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FATTENING AN OLD COW NI
To a correspondent who wants
to know how he shall fatten an old
cow that is hard to dry up, the Na
tional Live Stock Journal replies :
The only profitable way to fatten
such a cow is to feed her as if you
were in earnest in fattening her,
and take all the milk she is willing
to give you. If you propose to
dry her off before commencing
the fattening process, we should
advise you to take the shorter and
more profitable course, and that is
to take her hide off-for her hide is
worth more than she will be worth
after she is fattened, provided you
'first deduct the cost of fattening
her. In other words, an old cow,
Will eat, while fattening, more than
she will be worth. But an old cow,
that has been a good milker and is
hard to dry up, will give milk
enough whilst she is fattening to
pay the whole cost of her food, and
thus she will fatten herself free of
In this case, the feeder will be
pleased to see the faithful old cow
eat, and will be in no great hurry
to get her ready for the butcher.
It takes time to feed up an old ani
mal, and will take a little longer to
fatten her when giving milk IvMt
time is now of no particular . ..
quence, for she pays for all she
We have tried this experiment
many times upon cows that had
been so good that we were loth to
part with them at 12 years old-an
age which few cows are profitable
to pass-and we never failed to
make them good beef in four to
eight months, and those that were
fed eight months were quite as pro
fitable as those fed four. Their milk
always a little more than paid for
their food, and sometimes a good
deal more. We have fattened cows
at 16 to 19 years old, and made
them weigh 100 to 250 pounds more
tha.n their ordinary weight at sev
en years old.
If the old cow is quite thin and
skinny, as she is very likely to be,
she should not be plied strongly
with corn meal on the start. This
is apt to make her feverish and to
induce a state opposed to thrifty
fattening; besides this feverish
state will render her milk gargety.
Give her slightly loosening and cool
ing food ar first, such as pumpkins.
potatoes, sweet apples, succulent
rowen grass, one or two pounds of
oil meal, cheap molasses and clover
hay, or, better, green clover ; and
with any of these may be given on
the start, one or two quarts of corn
meal per day. The food must be
gradually increased. A pint to three
pints of cheap molasses, diluted
with three parts water, and mix
ed with one-half bushel of cut clo
ver haty, will keep the stomach and
* bowels in excellent condition when
beginning the cor-n meal. And all
these foods will make prime milk.
Another food that will be found
successful, and in many places
cheap. is one bushel of flaxseed
ground with 15 bushels of- -corn.
This flaxseed will render the corn
ieal just laxative enough for health,
and the flaxseed is worth, as a food,
all it usually costs. Cotton seed
meal may also be fed to advantage
up to three pounds per day. Lin
seed meal, made by the new pro
cess, is excellent to feed with corn
meal, as it has a large proportion
of nitrogen, and thus balances the
corn meal; but two pounds per day
is sufficient of this.
The principal grain food may
properly be corn meal, which is
usually cheaper for fattening than
any other grain. Bran and corn
meal go well together for feeding
an old cow, and after the cow gets
accustomed to the use of the grain,
you may feed her six quarts of
bran and six quarts of corn meal
in three feedser day. In t is a1.
cause she is too small a milker, you
may be surprised at her sudden
improvement in milk when you
try fattening her on the plan sug
gested. Many dairymen do not
know the capacity of their cows to
give milk, because they have never
fairly tested it by full feeding.
WHAT NOT To Do FOR SICK PEo
?I..-Don't make a fuss. Don't
bustle, don't fidget, don't prognos
,icate. Don't hold consultations in
or about the patient's room, re
counting all your own 'and your
neighbors' experiences in what you
suppose to have been like cases.
Don't meddle and advise and ex
periment. We all need a great deal
more letting alone than we get,
and when we are sick it is one of
our prime needs. If mortuary lists
were honestly tabulated we should
find that more people have been
bored to death than have died from
neglect. The pest of the sick-room
is the inevitable friend who drops
in to "cheer up" the patient, the
glistening eyes and flushed cheeks
vhich such ministrations evoke be
ing hailed as evidences of success
by the well-meaning persecutor.
Don't tease the patient with ques
tions about food or drink, but pre
sent the proper quantity at suita
ble intervals ; and if one article is
found to be disagreeable, quietly
substitute another without remark.
Don't think, because the patient
declines nourishment, that it be
comes necessary to administer it.
By quiet, firm, methodical persis- cc
tence in presenting food at stated
periods, objections will become this
feebler and cease, in self-defence.
Solid food need not be insisted
upon unless by special direction of
the physician, but milk and beef B03
tea should never be omitted. Don't chas
shut out the pare air and sunshine.
The physician will exercise his
skill in vain, if wholesome food,
pure air and peace do not abet his
A CHANCE FOR WoMIEN.-Many
women of moderate means have
found it more difficult, in these last
hard years, to get a living than the
men even. If this paper should fall
under the eye of any such, we say
to them-try poultry keeping. The
first outlay need not be large, and
the occupation is just suited to wo
men. Gentleness is more needed
than strength, and the first quality
is essentially woman's.
In many parts of the country wo
men are very successful as garden
ers or florists, and taking the risks .
of precarious weather, wet and dry
seasons, etc., the poultry business
stands in advance of either af those N
occupations. Eggs will always sell,
and a fine fat chick is always want ml
ed. If it is possible, keep some
distinct breed, as the keeping costs F'i
no more and the margins of profit
are larger, when choice fowls take GE
the place of a lot of riffraff stock.
[American Poultry Yard.
To KER WAGoN-TIREs ON THE bep
WEEL.-A practical mechanic sug
gests a method of so putting tires Wi
on wagons that they will not get O
loose and require resetting. He -
says he ironed a wagon some years
ago for his own use, and before
putting on the tires he filled the
felloes with linseed oil, and the
tires have worn out and were nev
er loose. This method is as follows :
He used a long cast-iron he ater
made for the purpose ; the oil is!i
brought to a boiling heat, the wheel I
is placed on a stick, so as to hang
in the oil, each felloe an hour. The
timber should be dry, as green
timber will not take oil. Care
should be taken that the oil is not
made hotter than a boiling hea.t, or
the timber will be burned. Timber
filled with oil is not susceptible of
injury by water, and is rendered
much more durable by this process.
. ([Factory and Flarm. A
The Hessian fly is the most
troublesome upon the early sown
wheat, but it makes smaller growth
before winter sets in, and so far4
as that goes it is a disadvantage to are
grow late, excepting on well pre- -
pared land. A farmer of our ac
quaintance (in the State of New
York) for many years sowed hisH
wheat the first week in October,
and his average yield has been over
forty bushels per acre. He was I
first led to practice late sowing to,N
avoid the ravishes of the Hessian
fly, but the practice proved so sat- tion
isfactory that it was continued afterV11
the fly had disappeared. His landar
was in high condition, and a top-os
dressing of fine manure was ap -ther
plied to give the young plants a
good start. It may be better to
sow late if a thorough preparationKri
of thA soil is thereby secured. war.i
35 Per Cent. I
j SEND FOR P1
June 9, ISi -24--tf1.
'hat ha: ever been brong!it to [he S.>ur
in RichmnonId, Va , one of the BEST
rove k very large and it stands at the
Uso, a very large assortmeut of
n, whi'hi is to b- rounld ;hi WOODBI
he RADIAN' PARLOR STOVE, whi
and orher S,oves.
;rangers visiting the City would do
ogcin else where.
)ct. 13. 42- if.
XCEL SIOR C
anufactured by ISAAC A. SI
AN~D FOR SALE BY I. Te
~W STORE IN
lESS GOODS, in all
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Ladies' and( Gent:
nts' Furnishing Gol
, ALL THE STAPLE GOODS USi
d lror Samrpl!.<. Express charges on
D)ES POR T Es
ght's HIotel Block, -
4IECH ANICS' TOOLS of' every descri
Vagon andi Carrrige Building aind Trir
~ircuar Saws of ali sizes furnished to<
ridia Rubber ad lLeather Belting; In
acing. Babbit; Met:il, Machinery 0U1k
ime, Cementrz , P1 ster, I lair, La;h<i, G3r
V indow Gla's, Paiuts, Oils, Varnishies
uzar Cune '1llls Sugr'' Parns and 1Ev.
bie-bers an-l eartors, W\oven Wir<n
>rn S;neller- ,w FeedtCjes. [Hoes, Axe
oid Stee! Ploughs of all kinds, Ploug
iut ao, We\ an ite1:1ir Chains,
r.; in Cra. le , Grin 'n ! Grass Scytrher
Ia- the aencyv for the celebrated WA]
ld a: reduced prices.
I gooa gua!ran;2ed as represenltedi.
ity referencee will have prompt and ca
ing dsirous of giinrg genral satisf:
I hve spared no paitns to make mi
comfortable and agreeable to all wh
mc. I will still conduct the busines:
;oiici t plain andi fashionable work. S
ion guaranr'eedi. I thank my nrum:n
ratrons for their generous support i
Outfit sent free to those who wish t
engage in the morst pleasant and prol
table business known. Eve rythin
new. Capital niot required. W~e wi
h you everythling. S10 a dany and n]
s is easi n(I witiout staying awao
Nash, Doors and Blinds.
r RaED U
THE PRICE C
)ISOUNT from CHIC2
EY &"t ROB
LICES BEFORE ORDER
Finest .Assortiiient of
hern Market, among which is to be found the
LOOKENG STOVES now in use. The Oven of
head of all other Cooking Stoves.
NE, suitable for he-tiug Churches an,i Stores,
cii stands over all others. Large assortmeu t of
well to call and examine my stock before pur- t
COLUMBIA, S.- C.
OK ST YES!
THE BEST INTHE fVARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and kinds. Fire
sizes with Enameled Reservoirs. Adapted to
rall requirements, and priced to suit all purses.
Double Wood Doors, Patent Wood Grate.
SAdjustable Damper, Inte:chanigeable Auto
Smatic Shelf, Broiling Door, ?winging Hearth
~Ple.te, Swinging Flue-Stop, Rleversrie Gas
Burning Long Cross l'iece. Double Fhort
Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Fire
Doors, Nickel Kno. , Nickel Panels, etc.
U'nequaled in Material, in Finish, and in
EPPA RD & CO., Baltimore, Md.
WRIGHT, Newberry, S. C.
COLUlMBIA, S. C.,
the late v-arieties,
, Velvets, Caslunecres, etc.
~, .\isses and Get*rr,
>ds a Specialty,
TS' AND BOYS' FINE HATS.
ALLY FOUND I:N . D)RY GUUDS STORE
all orders amnoumri2g to 81'0 u a Il over will
s & EMNS
- - COLUMBIA, S. C.
'ER AND DEALER IN
BIA, S. C.
T VARiETY OF
IIU1 II IlH)WE IX IllE STATEE.
i Rubber and Hemp Packing.
Files and Rasps of all kinds.
porators, Fan Mills.
for Screens, B3olinrg Meal, &c.
s, Hames, Shovels, Spades.
:r Steel and [ron, Back Bands.
Tire, Band arid Rod Iron.
, &c., &c.
fT PLOUGHIS and Castings of all kinds, which
Orders accompanied with the money or sartisfac
eflattention Oe- 6, 41-if.
FAR THE BEST.
Large, airy roo-ns. Table un=urpassed,
and that EXcELLENT SPRING WVA1ER make,
it equal to a seaside or mlounitain home.
Meals, 25 Cents Each.
Regular boar ders Ten Dollars per mnithi.
EENRY II. BLEASE. 31arrager,
J 3l ain Street, Newberry, S. C.
-O ne ndred Raw Hides,
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ResoetfllyoIr irs serv;ces to those a.
rn' who dle-ire to secure for their
-uhtr the thor1ouh -I *nd symme"ntrical
di.atinr of their physical, imieihe;ual, 0
nidr; n:mal powe.rs. It i sC' condet -d on '2
>lan wth a Sr::s"1 A-.\UrAL0"Rs' of r
nid . ; an. hv a sysV.m ot Tut:ial P're- p
i i n~ 1;, i I- RalI~ tes :ire made I sii lower L
> ' A. who aLverage S.5 per cent. L
No PI'iei Exerises. No "Roceptions.'' A
)Cr (I& ties a year. f
For fuil intformration, write for an Illus- "~C
ImEV. S. L AN.NR Pre4didet,
Ot. 27, -14--1y Wiilli Ston, S. C. T'
sk 's Patent Metal
Alo, Walnut and Ro-ewood Collins and
akPI s lways on hand.
W X il pesonallyI siperinitenld the prepara
m of gra1:ves, building of vaults, using~ in
:r cnstuctioni best hyd'raulic cement:i,
dei:g them pe'rfectly waterpr'oof.
All odr prom ptly attonded to day or
fie i rear of Leavel! . Speers' Mrble
L. M.L SPEERS.
A K :, 89--17-tf.
H. L. FARLEY,
plo~e a ~w
Lt oIy a a it
Mnumbia & Greenville Railroa
+n and after Monday, Novenber 8, 188o. the
1Se'.er raius will run as follows daily, Sun
eave Coluribia, - - a - 11.25 a in
SAton, - - - - 1-..35 p m1
Newberry, - - - - 1.3. p in
Il idRes." - - - 35 yS m,i
lee'.en. - - - nll p to .
- Greenvile. - - ~ - - 1.0, i ha
-- altn. - 1215a to 11
" lhoges. - - 1 3 1) mu co:
Nwt.erry, - - - 4.11 p n
-- A .n - , - 5. p I In
.:iv Columbia, - - - 6.15 y1 n
NiISON IItANCH AND BLUL il )GE.
Daily. excep't Sundays.
eave le!ton at. 5.12 p in
Anderson 5.52 p m
" Pendleton 6.31 p m
" ierryiiie 7.15 p In
eavc Senecg. 7.3- p i
.rrive at W alhalla 8.03 p In
cave Wal!halla at, - - 9.25 a in
eave Seneca, 10.01 a m
S Pen ville, - - 1:.23 a in
Pendleton, - 1l!.40 a n [[
- Anderson, - - 11.24 a In
rrive st Belton, - - 12.03 a in
Laurens Railroad Train leaves Laurens at 7.00
in. and 1.l! p. in.. and Newberry at 1u.00 a. In. 1
d 4.15 p. in.. daily except Sundays. p!
Abbeville Branch Train connects at Hodge's
ith down and up train daily, Sundays ex- na,
pted. Leave Abbeville 12.3') p. m.; leave Rou
s 4.00 p. m. trv
Up and down Trains on the main stein make ]
ose cornection at Columbia with the up and p
uwn day 1'assenier Trains on the South Caro
na Railroad and the through Passenger Train
1 the Willingtou, Columbia and Augusta
alroad: at Aiston with trains of the Spartan
arg, Union and Columbia Railroad; at Seneca ,
ith Charlotte and Atlanta Air Line Railway
om snd to Atlanta for all points South. I
NoTE-Standard time has been changed to -
iat of Washington;. which is fifteen minutes
ster than Columbia time.
.J W. FIRY. Gen'l Supt. 1
A. PuE, General Passenger Agent.
luth 0aroina Railroad Company. -
CIIANGE OF SCHEDULE. I:
On and tfter November 7. IS0. Passenger NE:
rains on this road will run as follows un- u-"
I Iurti1er notice: an1t
GItEENVILLE EXPRESS. wi
GOING EAST, (DAILY EXCEPi SM)AYS.)
ave Colunbia at - - - 610 P 31. Ur
rrive Can11Ien) at - - - - 9.50 P. M1.
rrive Charles1on at - - - 11.25 P. 31. mV
GoING WEST, DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
cave Charleston at - - - 6.0i A. M. I]
eave Camden at - - - - 7.00 A. 3-1. ma
.rrive Columbia at - - - 11.10 A. M. J
WAY FiEIGIT AND.PASSENGER. :
GOING L.AST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS. for
Leave Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. M. tisl
rrive Can.en at - - - - 1.0 PM. -
.rrive Augusta at - - - -. .45 P. M. Cit
rrive Charleston at - - - 2.0 P. M. "J
GOING WEST DAILY EXCE'T SUNDAYS. V
Leave Charleston at - - 0.(40 A. 31. Prc
eave Augusta at - .> A. 31. Rh<
rrive Columbia at - - - 6.25 P. M1. .J
*PaSsenger.s leaving Columbia or Charles- Frm
m onf these tr:uuis will ha-, e to change cars Fo:
t Uranchville to reach Charleston at 2.00I P.
[., or Columbia at 6.25 P. M1. SA
GOING EAST DAILY.Su
eave Columibia at - - 9.:0 P. M.
.rr1ie .tugutat at..-.-.-.-.-...30) A. 31. Wi]
.rrive Ciiariestoni at - - - 7.30 A. M1. of
GUING WEST DAILY. frol
ave Charleston at - - - 9.00 P. M1.1
eave Auguista at ----6.00 P. 31.$i
rrive Columnbia at - - - 6.11 A. M1.
On i()olmba Division \ighit Express
rains run daily; all other Trains (daily ex
On A ugui,ta Division all Passenger Trains bt
Sle-pin.g Cars are attached to Night l101
xpess Trains-berths ony Sl.50-butween liv
olia, Chlarlestoni andt Auusta. On on
I::min ani.1 Sumiays. round tip tickets
r- aoid to mai romi all St.tions~ at one first
!ass iare 1or thne round trip, .'no-i till Mon
ay nocon to return. Conneiction mae
t Colambia with Gireenvill" and Columbia
ailroadib iivIrain arriving ait Columbhia at 2IE
L. A. M1. and leaving Columbia at ;.10 P.
f. to and from all points on thait Rond;
so withi Charlotte. Columbia and Auignsta
~ailroad going North by trin arriving at F;
olunmbia at 11.10 A. M.;: paissengers coming --
outh will have to take I rain leaving Colum
ia at 9.:30 P. M1. At Charleston with Steam
rs o)r New York on Wedniesdays and Satur
avg; also. with Savanniah and Charlest on
airoad to all points douthi. Ui
Connietions ar.e made at Angusta with NYU
orgia iailroad and Central Railroad to
nd from all points South and West.
Through t ickets can be puIrchasedl to all
ois South :o'1 WVest. by applying to
A. B. D)ES.WSSURE. A gent, Coldimbia.
- 1). C. A LL EN. G. P. & T. A.
JOuN B. P)ECK, General Superintendent.
PARTANURe, UNION & COLUMBIA R. R,, no
PITNBURG & ASHEVILLE RI. R. an'
SPARTANBUR~G, S. ., Sep. 27, 1880- an
On and afier the above date the following toi
chedules will be run over these Roads daiiy,
sundays excep ted):
ave Alston..................3.00 ps m.
" Union ..................6 45 p. mn.
.rrive Spartanburg............8.30 p. m.
eaeSpartanburg............1.30 p. m.
rvatIlendersonville.........5.00 p. m).
Close connection is made at Alston with
ain from Columbia on Greenville & Culumn
i Road. At Columbia, connection is made (
-omn Charleston, Wilmington and Augusta. -
At Sp irranlhurg,' connection is made at
.r Line Denot with trains from Atlanta
ad Ciarlotte, also. with Stage~ Line to Glenn
At 'leudersonviile, c(onnecCtion is made
ith a first class. Line of St ages to Ashevi!!e,
rivingI there rhe 5:I!ne eveniing
Parties de-irous of visiti'ng Ctn -ar's Hiead
other points of interest cain be! provided
ithi first ei.L- tOi t covaneN fromi the Liverv
tas int Hen:dersonville at icasonable
Til leive: Itud rs.uvtile........6 00 a. mn.
eav SparIanbnrg..............10 10 a. mn.
ea Union..................12 10 p. m.
rrive a: Alston................:3.17 p. mn. Car
Theise Roads arre in excellent condition; - e
irni-.heid with first class Coaches; p ,vided
itl al! n iecssary i applianes for sa feiv anzd
mfot of P] 'tenuger~s. At Spatrtanl' iI(u
'eniersonv;'ii!e the Hotel accomnmodations
'e now .inmple for a large increase of trave!.I
lhe;' wil be found wel supplied with good
ountain fare at reasoniable rates. It
.JAS. ANDE RSON, Supt. age
lew Store! New Stock!P(i
II.-tving .~ eeted ai new and co011modious
:re on thIe site of ourm ()d Stad, ou rf
iies :or etcdue:inig the roreign an; :2o
est ic Frit trade are now unisurpatssed in' EFF
e Sou thernt C-man:ry
The at ion ot our friends, and dealers
neriiv, is e tied to this maet, :and also to
r IZresh su pp'.es ar-:ivinig to-day.
10 a irrels Northecrn APPLES.
5') boxes .31ssinia Lemons.
25 barre.ls anpilialf barrels Pears.
15 pkg. De.laware and Conmcord Grapes. O
2'ii barrels E, Rose Potatoes.
25 Barrels Onions. N
1,ii barrels Northern Cbages.
Pees and Girape-- fresoi every mnornmtg
Extress. C. B R.T & CLI.,
'5.5, .57 and .si9 M.' et Street,
-p. 22, :39-4.n Elharlest.on, S. C. Ti
1 unse re ihfl n pr
siutionsfir conducting the most Itrav
I ished frh.awth anuln cin- p
proita l uinehisiissthat snoneucnsf- t
e iistness is so esiyp m'~I
lairn. tani our mtuione earmae greatimp ll
outsain.'m that vany onetart Nok great~ii
iwo its wiomithe ter wtark. Womene acas
il whou is wiling toy work. rl Womearna
goeesfu l amen. have an iirls at tearnsi
we,ums Mny havlie .olmaei at tesi
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vi 1 : :iE. -: y are pre
ed to :i in t or CO'lt
mt toe mao tp!v or f v tilonr.
artio.::r attc:.i::1 :.ive:I to t,-e walling
of gr:ives when desired.
rive. us a c;i ad ask our prices.
C. CHAPMAN a SON.
fay 7, 1679. 19-tf.
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y. Chronic Rheumatism.
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b. Washington, D. C.. Rheumatic Gout.
'm. F. Arnold. Esq., 12 Weylosset street,
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ln b. Turngate. 100 Sanchez street, San
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FaEERs. CUILLs. oR A GUI-:.
LICYLICA IS A CERtTAIN C'URE,
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I schieve a RADICAL 00-RE, without any
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Sent free by Mail on receipt of money.
K YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT,
take 1n0 imitation or substitute, as our
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Broadway, cor. Fulton St., (Knox Build
ing), NEW YORK.
W. E, PELIH AM, Sole Agent.
cb. 25, 1880-9-1l7.
RS. EMMA F. BLEASE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
his (commod0Iious anid spa~cious Iotel si
v oipenl and fully pIrepared to enmertain
he Furniture of every description is new.
I no effort will be spared to make all per
5 prntronizing the establishment at home.
he Rl~Ooms in this Hotel are spacious.
[I1 lihted. and the best ventilated of any
tel ini the up-country.
lie Hotel is~furnishted with fine cistern
I wel. l wa ter, and thie *tble is gua.rantaed
>e. thet best ini the place.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
)ct. 25, 42- f.
THR OAT DIS EASES,
.1 BREATHING TROUBLES.
DRIVES INTO the sys temn curative
nts andi heal ingr mtedlC-ieS.
DRAWS FROMI 1he dliseaSedl parts the
ons !that c-ant- ldeatht.
ousands Testify to its Virtues.
tepir nut il you have tried this ?cn-.
. asiy -ippliedi and RADICALLY
ECTUAL temedIy, 2
.l by l)rogmasts. or sent by mail on re
t of' Price, $2.00, by
T1he "OnlIy" Lung Pad Co.
nd for Testimonials and( our book,
REE MIL LIONs A YEAR," sent free.
:t. 27, 41-Gm.
A. W. T. SIMMONS. F
uis elegant new Ilatel is now open for the
*to fget,ad h rpitrw~
a fl gefits, and the pronritor ll
alno pebli.rtooo gire ratisfactionnt the
bl e- h eto fr,atnnc c
taudling public. Good idry ro com-a
le be: .te r be. t Jffae, 9et, c
'Tetherue. Jun 9, L4-t
G. W. ABNEY,
WhDWTV. A T . T. A W
CURE ? THE ONLY
3Y / MALARIAL
K.'s c '. n..t- : Antidote.
*t. TnlADE Mp* OLU.O
;olmiai_s Ague, Liver and Stomach
Pad--por .MALARIA. AGUE,
LI.;: and STOMACH TP.OU
E LE'. Price $2.00.
rtora::'s Special Pad-Adapted to old
rlrenic. cases. Price $3.00.
lolivans Spleen Belt-For stubborn
cases of Eularged Spleen and
unyielding Liver and Stomach
troubles. Price $5.00.
ETolman's infant's Pad-For ailments of
infants and chIldren. Price $1.50.
tloiman's Renal Pad-For Kidney and
Biadder Complaints. Price $2.00.
Ho_mans Uterine Pad-For Femula
troubles. Price $5.00.
:rolman's Absorpt? ve Medicinal Body
Plaster-The lest plaster made
porous on rubber basis. Price 25c.
Holmans A bsorptive MIedicinal Foot
Planter%-Forn ambfeet andslug
gish circulat:on. Price per pair 25c.
Absorption Salt-Medicated Foot Baths
For Colds, Obstructions and
all cases where a foot bath is
needed. Per half lb. package, 25c.
Fcr sale by all drnggists-or sent by mail,
postpaid, on receipt of price. The AbsorptioD
S;Jt is not "mailable " and must be sent by
E'nress at purchaser's expense.
The suecess of Holmans Pads has in
spired imitators who o!r:er Pads similar in
roRM and oDoR to the TRCE UOLMAN's. saying.
"They are the same, &c." Beware of all
Boors Pads, only gotten up to sell on the repu
ta! ion of the genuine.
See that each Pad bears the green PRIVATS
RrVENUE STAMP of the Holman Pad Company
with above Trade-Mark.
If aliicted with chronic ailments send a con
cse de.scription of symptoms. which will re
ceire prompt and careful attention.
Da HOLMAN'S advice is free. Full treatise
sent free on application. Address,
HOLMAN PAD CO.,
(P. O. Box 2,112) 3 William Street, New York.
HAIR DYEis the safest
and best ; acts instan
the most naturalshade
of black orbrown';does
STADRoSyappued. A standard
preparation ; favorite
upon every wel ap
pointed toilet for lady
or gentleman. Sold by
all druggists and ap
plied b;y ail hair dressers. J. CRL'TADORO, ea
93 William Street, New York.
Nov. : , 45--Cm.
K~DNEGEN is highly recommflen~ded
mdi umZurp.a.'ed for 'WEAK~ or F'OUJL
EU NEY DIOipsY, BIGHT'S DIS.'
EME LO.'S of ENiEGY, NERIVOUS
1.Eti sgY or any OBSTRUCTrIONS
ariing~ from (GRAVWEL -or BLABDDEIE
iE.M ES., AIso for YEE LOW FEV EI,
stem; and KnIDN POISONING,1R~
in fected malarial sections.
iL/-B the distin::tion of a yOREST LEAF with
3iNPER BERit!ES ia<' 2ARLEY MAL.T we hv
iisc'vered K1DZ'EGEN, which acts speci:ically un the
Sd:ey~ and Urinary Organls, retr.orm cpos:t a h
l:adde: aad any strainirx, smarting, beate'r irritation in
eiu water passages, gi:.g them strength, vl;or and
using a healthy color and easy flowr of urin. .itcn
tunat all times, in all climnates, without inngry to
tm.em. Urlike any other preparation for idr.oy
iicu::, it has a sery pies..'nt and agreeable taste
mn:!tv(r. It c(rtaLr.s pos1tlve diuretic roplerties
d wil r.ot nauzseate. Ladles esp--c nlhv will
io i:. ::d G Cenmen will find KILD NEUEN theo
: ,..Tani ett bears the s!gnature ci LAW
R . & 3;IARTN~ al" a Jr'pr;.<ar:q corernment
S mr,~r which permits IlDNE.GEN to be sold ,aitho.ut 11
2 v'p in Q:sx.r!.si:: B->lt..cs for General a'4 FamiL' Use,
tof.;EsC E & M A RTi N, Prop'rs, Chicago, Il!,
pgso:y Dugi:te, Groce and Dealers everywherS,
A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN
On the Loss of
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment. and
Eadical eure of Seminal Weakness, or Sper
natorrho2a. induced by Self-A.buse, Invol
ntary Emissions. Impotency. Nervous De
hility, and lImpedimnents to Marriage gene.
rally; Gonsumption. Epilepsy, and Fits;
lentatl and Pihysical Incapacity, &c.-By
R0BERtT J. CULVERWELL, M.D., author of
the "Grein Book," &c.
The world-ronownedl author, in this ad
nirable Lecture. clearly proves from his
wn expcieceiC that the awful consequen
es of seif-Abuse may be effectually remov
d without dangerous surgical operations,
ogies, instruments, rings, or cordials;
pointing Out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, no
natter what his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply. p)rivately' and radically.
le This Lecture will prove a boon to
thousan ds and thmousatnds.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope. to
y address, on receipt of six cents or two
Address the Publishers:
TuE C ULVE RWE LL MEDICATL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York, N. Y.; Post Ofce Box,
SS. Oct. 13, 28-ly.
And all dliseases of the Kidneys. Bladder
and Urinary Organs l>y wearing the
mproved1 Excelsior Kidney Pad,
It i a MARVEL of REALING and RELIEF.
iple, Sensible, Direct,
t CUR ES where ail else fails. A REVELA
ION and REVOLUTION in Medicine. A b
(ptioni or d irect application, as opposed
> u :at istaCe -rv internal medlemnes. Send
>* our treane~~ onl Kidney troubles, sent
ree. sold by druggists, or sent by mail,on
ep: of price. $2. Address
The "Only" Lung Pad Co.
This is the Original and (Genuine Kidney
ai~. A sk for it andI take no other.
Oct. 27. 44-4.n
Oysters ! Oysters !
I am now prepared tO supply BEST NOR
)LK OYSTER~S in any quantity, large or
i.l, ande respectfully solicit orders fromr
ty tinds in New berry and surrounding
unt:es. Orders promptly attend!ed to
)1.aacio p3. IaaTEn.
C.LB. A EL OUS,
COLUMBIA f COL~ICE HOUSE,
Noc 10 4-f FiiCotLemIA, .
oticme of FitenIol ttlCeent.
T ...m ..... L a ., or iin:nont on the est ate Of