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We think dairym;en have not sufi
ciently appreciated the value of tl
pumpkin as a focd for producing
milk. The prejudice against this
food for milch cows has arisen from
the effect of the seeds when given
in too large a qnantity. The seeds
have a direct effect. operating on
the kidneys, and this has some.
times lessened the flow of milk ;
but, if a smalipotion of the seeds
are removed, this danger is wholly
overcome. indeed the cases of ilI
effect have probably occurred from
feeding more tbau the due propor
We have seen pumpkins fed quite
freely with excellent result in quan
tity and quality of milk ; but it is
not fit or economical to feed too
largely of any one food. Potatoes
fed in moderation are excellent for
milk : but given in too great qan
tity. they will redace the yield.
Turnips or beets must not be given
too liberally: corn fodder, given as
a sole ra:ion is unprofitable, but.
fed with half-pasre, will keep up i
the yiel of miik and add larg-elV
to the profit of the season. So
pumpkins are excellent to keep up
the fall flow of milk. Having f:ally
the value of turnips. pe eih
they are more cheaply raised, and
should be added to the yearly Sup
ply of food by every dairymar.
When grown alone, it is found that
as many tons pr~ acre may be pro
ducea as of turniips ; but the cus
tonm mostly is. to grow the pump.
kin with a corn erop. From one to
two tons may be grown with a
good yield of co1L, requiring little
more than placing the seeds, at a
distance of about 20 feet apart, in
alternate rows of corn. The culti
vation of the corn will be sufficient.
attention to the pumpllkinl crop ;
and this crop will often be equal,
in food value to ten bushel3 of cornI
per acre.-Lire RoS~ck ..Tourna .
.BrDM:o Frrr Tans.-P. T.
Quinn, in Seribner's, gives these di
rections for buddlng orchard trees :
The proper time for; budding ex
tends from the middle of July until
the first of September. Whenever
the bark separates easily from the
wood, the buds may be set, with
fair chance of success. The outfit
for budding consists of some nar
row strips of bass matting, such as
comes on the inside of coffee bags
and a pocket knife with a single blade
with a small piece of ivory fastened in
the end ofthe handle. When the in
cision is made, tLe ivory; is used to
raise the bark up on either side, so
the bud may be pressed io place.
The buds to be insei-ted should be
cut from young healthy trees, and al
ways of the present year's grow th,
those that are most matured being
selected. The leaves& may then be
clipped off the branch of buds,
leaving say half an inc-h of t be leaf
stalk attached to the bud. Then.
with a keen edged knife, eut off eachi
bud separately, from a half to three
quarters of an inch in lengih, leav
ing a thin slice cof woo-d back of the
eye or bud.:lihese should be kept
moist and protected from the sun
or air until set ;exposure e-ven for a
short time :r:v priove fatal.
Whenu ie whole top, or any part
the sot for' ech b in a smooth
part f th ha,.eh. ot too large.
sal- from one i-i:h in dia:n
eter. E Un I thisp : j::j (n incsio
1~ . ~'
rinT a scroo aI zuox hosGk.1 -. r 9
b ti g. A i I. tus u1cess i n t
r1r 11 n unmi a an n
-the!S sli.' tenacious. nd ibat bie
"A ' (I,- A .
~tsme tw paXe n~' ts4 of ur crowd.
edo thorungidates. Tn ons of this
UieviUing pr N-am-t beino vsly
tansPolteC to ibe State model farm
1e turf of the biugst mCadow, the
.ilalS nex L care was to substracr
a pound of mad irom ech heap, to
t1ix, dry and sft the samples.
Having- thus, as it were. shuffled his
cards and insured perfect fairnLss
of treatment for his fifty pounds of
representative mud. Mr. Petermann
next took out his blowpipe and
cupels, his assay tubes and case of
reagents, and proceeded to subject
the raw material to a strict and
searching analysis. Street mud, it
is evident by the result of N. Peter
mann's examination, would be worth
having on a farm, if only the farmer
lived near enough toa great town or
the cost of a railway or canal transit
was sufficiently low to admit of its
being cheaply put upon tLe land.
There was water, but not mush
only forty-two parts in the thous
and: Lime there was and a little
potash, and almost axactly the same
amount of soda. and, oddly enough,
as much magnesia as the soda and
potash together. Oxide of iron
there was, combined with alumina,
and there were four acids-the
carbonic, the chloric, the sulphuric,
and the phosphoric. There were
64 parts of useless, inert, insolu
able bulk-mere sand, gravel, flint
and clav. There were 28S parts of
organic matter, and for the sake of
these fertilizing agents it was con
sidered worth the cost of transfer
in h crapings of?r the townpv
mentfls to the patare and aimble
land of the model farm at Gem
boux--poor and hungry land, iti
may be remarked, but which yet
repays th3e care and. silthat have
been expned( on its cuhivation.
S:MoKIN.-A certain doctor struck
with the large number of boys un
der fifteen years of age whom he
observed smoking, was lead to in
quire into the effect the habit had
upon the general health. He took
for his purpose thirty-eight boys.
aged from nine to fifteen and care
fuly examined thenm ; in twenty
seven of: them he discovered in
jurious traces of the habit. In
twenty-two there were various dis
orders of the circulation and di
gestion, palpitation of the heart,
and a more or less marked taste for
strong di ink. In twelve there was
frequent bleeding of the nose, ten
had disturbed sleep, and twelve had
slight ulceration of the mucuos
membrane of the mouth, which
disappear-ed on ceasing from the
use of tobacco for some days. The
doctor treated them all for weak
ness, but with little effect until the
smoking was discontinued, when
health and strength wer-e soon re
stor-ed. Now, this is no "old-wife's
tale," as these facts are given under
author-itv of the British Medical
STOvE~ BLAeKNG-LamXpblack is
mixed withi water-glass (-a solution
of silicate of soda) to the consis
tency of syrup, and applied with
a brush as a thin and even
co-ating, and then left twenty-four
hours to dry. After-ward graphite.
or black lead mixed with gum water-,
is applied, and a polish obtained by
rubbing in the usual manner
T o RLINoverE ?ELex DRIESs GooDs
ANT Sruss.-Dissolve one half ounce
of pulverized camphor and an ounce
of bc-rax in a qGart of boilig
'a :o.a-Boil n.oiatoes, dr-an off
wt~er. andl strain. CFurs (pnd sugar.
wondone half galionFs of water. a
n hot s'.Vs win little~ horax in
iflC ~va~er liflso WI i)!i11D? water---.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is palc and lcad
i en-colored, with occasional flushes,
or a circun1scri)e-d spot on one or both
checks; the eyes become dull; the
pupils dilate ; an azurc semicircle
runs along the lower eye-lid ; the
nose is irritatcd, swel, and sometines
bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip;
occasional headache, with hummng
or throbbing of the cars ; an unusuai
secretion of saliva ; slimy or furred
tongue; breath very foul, particularly
in the morning; appetite variable.
sometimes vorac ious, wih a gnawing
sensation of the stomach, at others,
entirely gone flecting pains in the
stomach; occasional nausea and vom
iting; violent pains throughout the
abdomen; bowels irregular, at times
costive; stools slimy, not unfrequent
ly tinged with blood; belly swollen
and hard; urine turbid; respiration
occasionally difficult, and accompa
nied by hiccough; cough sometimes
dry and convulsive; uneasy and dis
turbed sleep, with grinding of the
teeth; temper variable, but generally
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form; it is an innocent prepa
ration, not capable of doing the slightest
inj7iy to the most tender infant.
The genuine DR. McLANE'S V/ER
MIFUGE bears the signatures of C.
MCLANE and FLEMING BROS. on the
DR. C. McLANE'S
are not reconmended as a remedy "for
all the ills that Bcsh is heir to," but in
affections of the liver, and in all Bilious
Complaints, Dyspepsia and Sick Head
ache, or diseases uf that character, they
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepar
atory to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are un
BEWARE OF IM1ITATIONS.
The genluine are nev er sugar coated.
Each boX ha- a red w:i seal on the
lidi. with the in i;ression Da. MicLANE'S
Each wr.:pper bears the signatures of
C. McLANI ami FouIxG lBos.
Insist ~upon iaving the geniuine Dr.
C. Mc LAN's L m:R PILLS, prepared by
Fleming Bros.. of ittsburgh, Pa., the
market being~ full of imitations of the
na:ne MlcLan". spelled differently but
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O lnterlerence Cases before the Patent Oflice.
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rai-sioers of Ah:bamna Claimis, sout hernx Climis
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An:ears of Pay and Bounty.
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Mining Pre-emption and Homestead Cases,
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Old Bounty Land Warrants.
Te last Report of rhte Commissioners of tihe
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riencedt lawyers and clerks.
IN realsou of error or fraud many attorneys
are nuspen:ded from practice before the P'ension
nd other o1ices each year. Clatimants whose
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ll classes of business.
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P. . Box 44. Washington, D). C.
WAsHIIGToN. D. C., November 24. 1S76.
I take pleasuire in expressing my entire confi
dence in the responsibility andi fidelity of the
Law. P'atent and Collection H ouse oft Uilmore &
Co.. (of this city.
G3EORGE i. B. WI[ITE,
(Ca-ihier of the National 3Ietropolitau Bank )
Ti. con;nn;O'iouis 'edifice, ui:uted onl
AM.\N:frinET,NEBEREs C. , and
nor: 009.:: IV' *:'vi th p'ple one and
Roo ne i fie . an funSel an. e
j'.n ot: uW to i r ic tm tr t y , anller the
,f'tmi1VE'i Riks NV ANl R7-7i.
~i~S I~ BLANK BQ~(S.
?L. TjJ lu
1857., i. -.. 1878.
-AtteInt i s epre1lid.S1 )4 l ld to my,
L. Fi: an W EL:1.p, r Pi.T ) nTaI of
FANCY AN RT 8
TW E E::-)s. ('A -SIM!:i:'z:. T LUM
MING. NOTIONS, &c.
B00TS, SHOES, HATS,
GROCER ES, &c.
The abovte goods Vill be
802 ff~ IVING PRlm E.
GI-ANITEVILLE SHIRTINS, SHEET
INS and I)tt,LINGS to 11Chants at
Manufacl urt-rs )rie.
i vo1 :tidy your interest you will comReI
1a141 CX:unilne mly btock before purchasing
Oct. ir, 1:-q.
Opposite A. M. Wicker's Old Stand.
At which place may be found a good se
iDES' DRESS GOODS,
LONG CLOTIS, of the best brauds,
FLANNELS, SHAWLS, BOU
CASSD11Ei-S. ScoYer TWJEE DS,
DOESKINS and II E l Y K ER
BOOTS and SHOES,
I!nluding the Stitch Down.
Witi most of the art icles desircd for faml
Th-e goods are ad Fi. IL and selcd
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w i .:ee CCw!l arteion is g1I'ivni, ' nio
sp'iiprom inece CCis a !owied to :myl paiIeu
lar phas~e ofi opinion, hant place is eie ima
pari lly .1)o the imost v2luable articles on bothi
tdes ot' the great theircs ot' seiemitiec discus
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Quiarterly li!view lit IIon\ WIE GhlStone
P,rit ( ua:rterly Review AlfI'red T ennys~on
West.miniister lieview Prof'essor Tynudail
Contempor:ry lieviewilu ib. A Porter, B A
Fortnighnly iteview~ . b\orma'tLockyerFltS
TheiNineteenithCent'ry Dr' W B Cairpeuter
P'opulau Scienc-eRevi'w E I Tayor
BhlFkwvood'sMagazineTr of Max\ Muller
Cornhili Magazine Profesor Owen
McMilian's Magazine-Matthew Arnold
Fra,er's Magazine IE A Freman, D C L
New Quart. Magazine: James A'thonyFroude
Temple B:r jthomas IIughes
iniIgravia IAnithony Triollope
Good Words }William Black
London Society jMrs 0 iphant
Saturday Review |Turgenieff
The Spectator, etc ete: Miss Thackeray, etc.
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diverted from the writing of books to con
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E R. PELTON, Pu'rlisher,
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A L.ecture Ont the Nature, Treatment, and
Rad ical cure of Seminal Weakness, or Sper
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Mentid~: and Pihysical Iucapacity. &.B
ROBtEltT .1. CU7LYERtWELL, M1. D., author
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or 'r.iiatl::iting out a imiode 0f eure
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JOHN ALEXANDER, ~TSOIS :n:~
COLUMBIA, S. C. ..
April 3, 1878-14-ly. .orth__ a1 double its price7-Ottawa (Can
ad v sertiser.
FOUNDRY NOTICE. li i
CHAPST E ~ST
TIHl: un i;dersigned would respectfully in
form his friendis and the friends of Mr. P'E
TER KIND. that ue has boughth the P -E
Nix 1RON WORKa, of lumbia, S. C., j
and is nOW prepared to do all kinds f workA
in the manufacture of STEAM ENGINES,
from five-horse power to any size, Boilers, ,~ ASPLM~ vl egvni vr
Sawv, Grist and Cane Mill, all kinds of Ag- nmbrfr17,ctaigafulieppr
rieultural Imrplements, Tronl and( Brass GasS*tt- nb ayso hiW rs.Eeysb
sCro-pibrswi eterv, durind ty, twelvecr of
ings, Columns for stores, of ll descriptions,i o
Raiiings for Baleonies and Cemeteries, and oetnthsucrtinpceGeai
Repairing of all kinds of nmaehinery. Ipoenlt ilb aei te epcs
Mr. Petr Kind will superintend the busi
ness, and all orders sent hlli eave tr ompteelt pne 1olord i
attetion. Reasonable prices, and good atr otc
work done b.y the best mnehanie..24pgsomui.adbutO wdcu.Is
Direct all orders top a iet sre
G. E RCKS,S BSE
Or, PETE KIND, Superintendent, forict ionnli
G. Diereks, Columbia, S. C.t d n l t,.s
- - THFULISIE AERATOETS
CIC ES A the bsUPL anweI Alle in eoer
i fnd poumar wri 1. le oyten w -ritSe pornaper
for1 S 11t"C. y3aIn '1879 i ddi t n o ls ,
patty fort sorcis drVe EveyIub-N
scIriber! w inlsec , d i pri thLee rl , b e ve, o
Anns Spaterens, ratr ee oin e s raneo
modez, Btunetth, Cr.tn rsi, a dreat ci
(IIEMIN''rvledme t, tle mauthor oheria respe's4]
"PEMTRo' COLOR E&SHeONiS PevTrS
yer.000 " gs14telaes, 12clod Br
CO U MBIA S.C. in pat ters mamoh cola re hingplates,
Removd tostoi ti~ (loi nxt2t eqale for beuic. They about 90 woodbl cut -It
stvethire onembelishmets, sories,c.
Ocul toc. o Pur, 4dicine thani any o.Ather.uIties mow re-pfor the posty
andFildSeds away i sor ad tha THE inOheword..
DR.v E. E - . coyoAteCKSON, ltae 2x0."HRS
BLlln%GLITLE CzLx2,"a lie dlla e,
CApfeslforock4 of;Puie Medicirncs,yCofmth
cas-Prumres oie Arils Gar et n ptl lb
andi FieldrS$17d.;,Walhayotinn extra codyao
moderatgeie prrices.dth peniuripitue
Cabinet M akery & Undetkr
Ifso n em ilm.: r o order, fei edla nrvn,t h esngtigU
Athe lb b es lsh eday whre Alth,ms
'K i* in.~e i o ~COhPY10 G~il fen NtV LEatsi writtl br ie,b
*Ann 8.tStephens, Frank Lee-Benediet, Franees
* I~ ~ 'L :zh aa Mt ..riva. humoist,' theauho ofSAi "JosiahOln'
Ahead, of allothers. Ches ptes Sre enae
lzore.t lso tiouehd anrig- d oterreeits ipnr
srt. everyt ing te. IOrebSg t ade. Te
N. go B.-A they publ's aow pe-ayso thepst
--:.R TiAN EVEP inD act is~ TH:: C.STI
T i ienM Alas--n-Ad-ance)--2.0 A YAR
4 opes fon 65;Cpeor ri ----.--- ;-- 107
Somb.e.e.:t of the Sprior, and from Spar
ninbug C. il , t.rly miles North. There
are geo.i Livery Stables at each of these
RATES OF BoARIN coTTAGE RENT, NC.
For single Meals. ...............? 75
e For a Dav..... .............. 2 00 .
T!tis~~~~~~!, imatetzr.a eg l)aout three
pI a: ., ::: th: P.d i: a . cnp r n
: t : i i:i, 7, 1:r. m > tilt:1;.:1t1 N ICOt
I- : i then tur: p::r: vt of . i,nd
if 1 L:e .ver b- o t r I-Li is ::.,,t - -:l...ted
tI) :ilH p t of the -.y;tem,i -ind in trying tf es
: 1p 0. t t t 1,re, (f fthe sk.in, ca:..cs ir to
tura y r:: broxiy brown .! rTh c n :.
a.:h becomec. <!is,:a-ed, and Dypp i:, ndi
Jdi11Ji,e, Chills, M.laari:l Fevers, Pile., Se
S:.irSzr tmach. an d ;:ener: l l.ilty fk"!OW.
.1 11. S II r.IAT , thehgreiat % egetab eI C ig
cv ry ior torpi-ity, c- the I.vcr to throw
mi foni mm. to two (itu!:-:es of Nle each tine
t!:e p ! ,l paes thrc:: i it, as ln- as there is
'.nI exCss of bib: ; and th,,e efeCL ot even a few
f:om;.; upon ye!w comp!exirn or a Iron ti.ry
lki ng skini, will a :1t1i 1h ll w-o try it-they
b the frst sym1Pt.S to dippr The
care oIf ali bilious di eas-.:s and Liver comph:int
is n.e certain by taking IlrPATINI. ixn accord
Anc wr ietos edee i-.nrally
-cured In, tw1ntymiuteS., and 11o diCs.s: that
:.r-ies froim the Liver can exist if a fair tri is
- SOLD AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Cts. and 1.00
The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
Lumg Diseases, which sweep to the grave at
le::st one-third of all death's victims, arises
'rom the Opium or Morphine treatment, which
-simply st'ipefies as the work of death goes on.
$to,ooo will be paid if Opium or Morphine, or
any preparation of Opium, Morphine or Prus
sic Acid, can be found in the GLOBE FLOWER
COUGH SYRUP, which has cured people who
are living to-day with but one remaining lung.
No greater wrong can be done than to say that
Consumption is incurable. GLOBE FLOwER
COUGH SYRUP will cure it when all other
means have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the
throatand lungs. Read the testimonials of
the Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, Gov. Smith
and Ex-Gov.Brown of Ga.. Hon. Geo. Pea
body, as well as those of other remarkable
cures in our book, free to all at the drug stores,
and be convinced that if you wish to be cured
you can be by taking the GLOBE FLOwER
CoucH SYRuP. Take no Troches or Lozenges
for Sore Throat, when you can get GLOBE
IFLOWER SYRUP at same price. For sale by
-a l D ruggits.
Price 25 Cts. aad $1.00
Grave mistakes are made in the treatment of
all diseases that arise from poison in the blood.
M:Not one case of Scrofula, Syphilis, White
Swelling, Ulcerous Sores and Skin Disease, in
a thousand, is treated without the use of Mer
cury in some form. Mercury rots the bones,
and the diseases it produces are worse than
any other kind of blood or skin disease can be.
DiDR. PE-'-ERTON's STILLINGIA or QUEEN's
DEuG Z is the only medicine upon which a
hope of recovery from Scrofula, Syphilis and
.Mercurial diseases in all stages, can be reason
abLy founded. and that will cure Cancer.
sio,ooo will be paid by the proprietors if
.Mercury, or any ingredient not purely vegeta
ble and harmle:s c:tn be found in it.
Price by all Druggists $x.o.
GL iLOwER CoATt SvR-rp and MER
all Druggists in 25 cent and $r.oA bo:tles.
A. F. MERR~ELL & C0,, Proprietors,
IN THE SOUTH.
THE SECOND SECTION OF THE
WILi.!AMSTON, S. C.,
OPENS DIONDAY, SEPT. 9. THE FALL
SESSION CLOSES DEC. 20.
Newv elaisses are formied at the beginning
oif each Section ; so th.at pupils may join
the school Sept. 9th, as convenieiitly and
proftitaly ais at. any other time.
Rattes for the 15 weeks: Board, exclu-ive
of washing, $45.00 ; Re::ular Tuition, $7.50
to $1.500 ; Inst rumtental Music, $1 5.n0.
No extra charge for LaLtin, Calisthenics,
or Hecalth-Lift, or for Kindergarten Lessons
in the Primary Departnent.
Relying entirely on its own merits as a
live', thorough school, it conifidenatly expects
a co)ntin-unce of the liberal patronage it
has thus faur ejii)edl.
Our new Can.lo.tue stes forth the wonder
ful advantages of the One-Stuidy PIlan, and
the other valuable3 peculiorities of the Insti
For a p, address
REV. S. LANDER, A.M.,
anifs, drs FILY lRE & Co.,
To the Traveling Public.
The undersigned wiould respectfully in.
form his friends and the general public,
that he has opened a BOARDING H1OUSA
at the corner of Nance and Frier,d Streets,
not f.ir fromn the Depot. As the rooms are
well appointed, the table abundantly sup
plied with well cooked food, and the ser
vants polite and attentive, he hopes to give
satisfaction. A. W. T. SIMMONS.
Mar. 28, 13-tf.
IMS!O1MBLF BA lBERB
IVEWJBERA'!iY, S. C.
HOP NEXT DOOR NORTHI of POST OFFICE.
A cltean shave, a neatt ein, anud polite at
FN . ARKER,
~UCCESSCR TO WEBB, JONES & PARKER,
(itween l'nol's Hotel andl the Post U:tice,)
i)MA i~L1 IN
IIaving bughit the E N T I R E S TOC K
f the Harness and Saddle Manufactory of
Iesrs. WVebb, Jones & Parker, I am pre
rared to do all kinds of work in this line.
lso will keep on hand for sale, HARNES,
W .1:ia C tiaPers -n. A com :
4i: -i: wunwern, Adv:cc to3.groo.
___a:_:. and Wife, Ce:ebev o .uc .
- w .: 3::rr:at. Law o? b :cM , 1 :C:.1
W - 4::n,e:e. 1i1s on ia.-.Men -,i Wo=en.
- 1oU:#. A C,=nidCnt-2 Work -j a20
-:rrf. er.t for J0 cews. "'The
- . .: . c e. on the seret habi:s of youth
-ropr ri:nh:rpy. givhg nr.y va:u
Se :T . . ti.e curecu! priva-:e diseasess ;samnt .;xe, ('Ver
"Medical AdViCe," a ivaure, o
hd M: nocd, 11 er:ts: (r 111 thr(e $1.
T . ,:- q:e ani (v-r ICA; iustrationj, iiw-r
: -t :r: i: y.en,: that is w.,rt
- :a: ;s T.::; : erl i any o ther w..;
- e:: ::n:e-. r ccmp..e :n ore. f;r Frice ia
. nei aWre e rny:y ai wred w.t:.aut cant:e.)
- : *r. s - ED s' 1rjD-spens3ry. No.12Nr::l6th :.,
aI .ar::o: .::. p: r-ons ii;,er-me from RUPT=RE
->Fs..d::.. t : : e .d Ird:-:e, thov v:. %.r:
Ths. 1:cmedy ef 0- lIh Century.
i lanufwwcured by the
B;h FIle C. Co., D-.:hm, I. C.
MIARI1 4It never fit to eure Hesorrholds
or Pile. when a cure I po"Ibl.
eN o . Price List and bona .de tamatak
furnished on application
:; hlf .0d and a!1 dI'ioniers brought on by ,ndis
er.-qptn or oxews. Any Di-;gist hIs tlh in;gre
<1nt. r. W. JA(jV. L: CO., 'No. 130
IWent Si.tia Str*el, C.nitieftati., 0.
. and Merphin habit cared.
j T1-Origin!r.a;: -1onvyutv
t W Suirc,
WA tcheg *3 to $7. Revolvers
2.50. Over 100 atest Novelties
SAgts wauted. So.SupplyCo.Nashile,Tenn
Apr. 17, 16-1y.
a week in your own town. $5 Outilt
frece. No ri.;k. R?eader, if you want a
busiesS at which persons of either
.wx enn make great pay all the time
they work. write for particulars to H. IJAL
LETT & Co.. Portland. Maine. 21-ly
THE UNEQUALLED JAS LEFFEL DOUBLE
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
SAW, FLOUR AND GRIST M S1
aaTIG, PULLEYS AND HAIGERS
ddre, POOLE & HUNT
M 13, 11-13.
SPARTAN BURG, So. Cas
.Al.CUT T, PROPRIETOR,
(Formerly of Palmetto House.)
IIouse wecll ventilated-rooms newly fur
nishedl and carpeted-tables supplied with
the best in the market-attentive servants
--omnibus to all trains. Terms $2.00 per day.
.inn. 17 3--tf.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
P::ssen er Trains run daily, Sunday excepted,
coun ectinig with Night Express Trains on South
Carolina Rail Road up and down, and with the
C:harlotte. Columbia and Aufrusta and Wilming
ton, Columbia and Augusta Raiiroads. On and
after Monday, November11, 1878, the following
will be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia, - - * - 8.15 a in
"Alstoni, - -- - 10.00 a in
"Newberry,---- ---11.28-a in
" cedges, ' -- - 245p m
4 Belton, , - - - 4.20 p in
Arrive Greeu.viiie,---- --- 5.55-p m
Leave Greenville, - - - - 8.40 a mi '
" Belton, - - - 10.30 a m
" Hodges, - - 12 02p m
" New berry, - - - 3.10 p m
"Alston, - - 430 p mn
Arrive Columbia, - - - 6.05 p in
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road.
Daily. except Sundays, between Belton and
Andarson. Tri-weekly between Anderson and
WVa1halIa, viz: Leave Waihalla for Anderson
Mondays, W1ednresdays and Fridays; leave An
derson for Walhialla Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Leave Belton at. 4.20 p in
" Anderson 5.15 p m
" Pendleton 6.10 p in
" Perryville 0.50 p mn
Ar;ive at Walhalla 7.80 p in
Leave Waihallft at, - -- 7.00 a m
" Perryvilie, - - 7.40 a m
" Pendleton. - -- 8.3') a in
" Anderson, - - 9 26a m
Arrive at Blelton, - - 10.15 a in
Laurens Branch Trains leave Laurens at 7.30
a. um. and leave Newberry at 2.3) p. m. on Tues
days. Thursdays and Saturdays.
Abbei ille Branch Traia connects at Hodge's
with down and up train daily, Sundays ex
cpd. THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Supt.
JA BEZ NOaTON. General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHARLESTON, November 9. 1878.
On and aftersun<lay next. the 10th instant, I
the Passenger Trains on this road will run
FOR AUGUSTA. y
(Sunday morning excepted'
Leave Charleston at.915 a mn a.pd 7.30 p mn
Arrive at Augusta at.. .5.00 p mn nd 6.55 a mn
(Sunday morning ex$pted.)
Leave Charleston at....7.30 'm and 8.30 p mn
Arrive at Columnbia at.1..35 jp mi and 7.25 a m
(Sunday mnorning - ;cepted.)
Leave Augusta at.....304a mn and 7.30 p mn
Arrive at Charleston at4 2' p mn and 7.15 a mn
Leave Columibia ...3 25 m and 8.00 p mn
Arrive at Charleston at 9.45 > m and 6.15 a mn
(Sundays excep ed.)
Leave Suimmerville..........--.----.73 a m
A rrive at Charleston.,....... --- 8-40 aim
Leave Charleston.......... ---. .3.20 p mn
Arrive at Sutuierville..........---.430 p mn
ACCO1310DA T1ON PASSENIGER AND
(Daily. cxcept Sunday.-'
Leae Clu bi a................-NA. M.
A ri e ruhvil at .........12.40 >'on
A rriv. at (olumbia at........5P.M
I:r:ak fast, t)inner and Suppler at Branch
Close~ '-onneictionl madel at Colunmbia with.
Ihe (Ci:hariot. 'cohm'ibiia awi Augusta Rail
moit~ to po)ints Northi.
Pa:r s:ingers for. points on the Greenville
ma ol::mb:at Raiilroad, w ill iherealter leave
S. 1. Pi'CKi-s. Gen. . ass. Agent.
SP.RTANIERGW & ASliETILLE R. E.,
PARTANBURS, UNION & COLUMBIA R, R.
The fel:owin:r P'sengerCl Schedule will be run
em and afte.r 31ind:ay. No,vember 4, 1578:
DOWN TItAIN. P TRAIN.
Arrive. L.eve Arrive. Leave.
oiemvan'5...... 1.40 p. in. 1. a. .
al udl.......... - 2.00 2.2 p. . 9.40* 1.0
Mei rose....---. 2.4 921
rvon Cit:.... 3.2 85
Landium".... 3.40 8.21
apobeltla... 4.00 7.56
nmanni. ......------ 43) 7.2
ir Line Juncet' o.2 6.50
partaniburg.. 5.40 6. a.. 7.10 60
. 6.54 6