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IMMIGRANTS EXEMPT FROM
The following Act was passed at
the last session of the Legislature,
-n -December, has receive the ap
proval of the Governor, and is now
To aid and encourage Immigra
tion into this State, by returning
the amount of taxes paid by Immi
grants upon all Real Estate pur
chased by them, and upon the cap
ital used in improvements thereon,
except the two mills school tax, for
a period of five years, and by an
thorizing the Department of Agri
culture to use the funds under its
control in its discretion, for that
SEcTIoN 1. Be it enacted by the 1
Senate and House of Representa
tives of the State of South Caroli
1 a, now met and sitting in General
Assembly and by authority of the
same, that on land after the pass
age of this act, for the purpose of
inducing immigration to this State,
ny and all persons who may here
?after-remove into this State for the
purpose of becoming residents
thereof, and citizens of the same,
and upon satisfactory proof fur
nshed to the Comptroller-General
of this State of his or her purpose f
~toso make this State his or her or
hthir home shall be entitled to re
ceive from the Treasurer of the
State, annually, a sum equal to the
a te amount of State taxes,
less two mills to be used for school
S:: purposes, which shall be exclusively
so applied, which shall be levied and
collected upon any and all Real
Estate purchased by said lImmi
gat or person moving into this
te in any city, town or county
within thsState, ueasaresi
J dence or used in connection there
~ ith, and upon the capital which
- may be invested in the improve
ment and development of said Real
Estate, not to exceed in value the
Ssum of $1,500, by the said Immi
gant or said person moving into
this -state, the said sum of money
t nfxed arid determined by the
ComptroflkGeneral of the State,
'Tnaccordance with the tax returns,
and to be 'paid by the State Treas
urer on the warrant of the said
i 'll ouny reaures,and of
areby aw utoried o lvyand
eqiect taxes, to pay to the indi
vdual or individuals described in
the first section of this Act, a sum
of money annually equal to the
aggrega;e amount~ of County or
Municipal taxes levied and collect
ed, during any year, upon the ~
property or capital described in
Sthe first section of this Act.
Act shall extend to the Real Estate
purchased and the capital invested
in the improvement and _develop
mnent of the same, designated inV
~h is eto fti c. operiod of five years after the pur
chase and improvement of said
~eal Estate, and no longer
Sac. 4. That the Department of
Agriculture be and is hereby autho
rized to use so much of the funds, I
now by law' under the control of1
that Department, as may in its dis- j
cretion be deemed proper to en
courage and aid in the introduc
tion of intelligent"iand thrifty em
igrants into this State.
SEC. 5. Thi's Act shall take effect
on and after its passage.
Approved December 24, 1880.
BFAss AFooD FOR SToc.-Chem
ical analysis and observation in1
*feeding, alike, show the large
amount .of nutriment contained
- n beans. There is no more val
nable food for forming muscle than!
beans. In the production of fat]
they are greatly inferior to corn
and the small grains, but they are
superior to them in the production
of flesh. All young animals are
benefitted by an occasional ration
o beans. Sheep are as fond of
~.~s boys are of watermelons, but
they are not relished by most do- c
mestic animals when they are first
given them to eat. Many animals
reed to be educated to eat beans,
vith corn or fany kind of small
rain, in the proportion of one
)ushel of the former to four of the
atter, the meal will be eaten by all .
rinds of stock. Beans may be A
;oaked till they are quite soft, or
)oiled-and mixed with, bran or
:ornmeal to excellent advantage.
A French writer recommends a
sovel mode of enriching and pro
noting the growth especially of
eraniums. Namely, watering the
)lants with a solution of 150
rains of glue in about two gallons
All feeders who have studied the
2abits of the animttls thcy feed,
3ave discerned that they take
special note of time, and are dis
tppointed if the time is delayed A
>nly a few minutes.
Give your stock plenty of bed- T
Keep farm accounts during the
According to Mrs. Gertrude Gar
rison this is how a - wowan reads a
Iewsraper : "She takes it up hur
riedly and begins to scan it over rap
dly, as though she was hunting some
:hing but she is not. She is merely
aking in the obscure paragraphs.
hieb, she' believed, were put in the
)ut-of the way places for the sake of
eeping her from seeing them. As
he finishes each one of them her L
ountenauce brightens with the cow.
ortable reflection that she h:;s out
vitted the editor and the whole race of )
nen, for she cherishes a vague belief
:hat newspapers are the enemies of
ner sex, and- editors her chief ou
Dressors. She never reads the head
ines, and the huge telegraph heads
;he never sees. She is greedy for
ocal news, and devours it with the I
eenest relish. Marriages and deaths
re always interesting reading to her.
id advertisements are very exciting
nd stimulating. She cares but little
or printed jokes unless they reflect
idicule upon the men, and then shce~
lelights in them and never frrgets
~hem. She pays particular attention
:o anything enclosed in quotatitn
:narks. and considers it rather better
iuthority than anythibg first handed.
lhe columns in which the editor airs S
bis opinions, in leaded bifalutin, she
rarely reads. Views are of no iui
portance in her estimation, but facts
ire everything. She doesn't always
yare for is, but makes a practice of 4
reading it, because she thiuks she 'U
>ught to. She reads stories, and
sketches, and paragraphs indiscrimi
iately, and believes every one of them.
Finaliy, after she has read all she in
:ends to, she lays the paper down with
mn air *of disappointment, and a half
~ontemptuous gesture, which says
ery plainmly that she thinks all new.s
apers miiser-able failures, but is cer
~ain that if she had a chance she
ould make the only perfect news
paper the world had ever seen.L
Slightly sarcastic was the clergyman
who paused and addressed a man
OUiTng into church after a sermon.I
2ad begun, with the remark, 'Glad to
~ee you, sir ; come in ; always glad [
a see those here late who can't come
~arly.' And decidedly self-possessed.
was the man thus addressed in the
resence of an astonished congrega- w.a
ion, as he responded : "Thbank you ;
vould you favor me with the text ?" ,
Todd of the Anderson Journal
risited Celumbia last week and we So
ire glad to say escaped personal vio
ence. On his way home, however,
ie met his fate on the cars in the per
on of a beautiful young lady who
ook his heart, and be is now living
ithout that imnortant part of hisj
nato my. lHe is thinking of love now
md not of war. We trust it will
~end well "-A bbev~ille Medium.
Mile. Bernhardt says that Ameri
an men are too practical. They have
o poetry. They chew tobacco. But
hey make love nobly to a girl who is
lone in a room with one of themi.j
vile a Frenchman would be sure to
brow himself at a lady's feet. Mile.
3ernhardt finds fault with negro
aiters because they do not bring her
eough bread. .
Venus is even in; star and is mov
og~ westward. On the 20th inst. she
-cached her greatest point from the
un and began to retrace her steps.
t midnight on the 21st inst. Venus
as in conjunction with Jupiter. She
mow sets at 9 o'clock and is indeed
An exhilarating new thing in toysA
s a miniature hearse, drawn by four
>rancing horses, and a little coffin
ith a doll inside, surrounding by a
group of mourning dolls. Next we
hall have a gallows and a guillotine.
The convicted embezzler, Cashier are
3erry, of Hiackensack, has a great tor
any lady visitors continually in1 his
:ell. Recently, thirty-five called on
urn at once. This ought to make
:mbezzlng as popular as murder.
It is said that a siogle pair of the
lerman carp, with which some of our:
raters have been lately stoeked, will
roduce twenty thousand young in
ne season. They ought to have the
ond to themselves, though.
T __m__h__rntf_in in__ th n19
It may be gratifying to the au- all
t His METROPOLIT.?
Offers the Larges
ED PARLOR AND
All Styles of I
1IRO BES, SIDEB01ir
CHAIRS, all kinds,
dow Shades, S
.nd in short every article o
These Goods are
he Carpet Exhibitor---the
Come. see and be convinc,
WRIGHT & J.
O V Ei
argest Assortment in th
TATS, ii the
And Every cillr Articfe ik
VRIiGHT & 3
Det. 27. 44 -i
I am stilt kee pingJ
utaing the Finest
tate. Miy Cutter i
~yles as the?! mke
shio nable circles.
Samples sent on aj:
f~ (only) French anm
pys On hand.
FJ. 0. SWA
et 2,* 4:Mu (i.1~I7~
My asortment of fine and p!in Coth
he largest ever exhfosted in :he cit o
aof myv ri.ends :uni the public gen er ih
! be p2ua-:ed with its vr.riety and exceli'
I Prices! Al! S
le1 Agent for the Celebrated ST
@"* Don't latii to~ e::0 ade eW!;
ct. t, 8-1v.
MECHANICS' TOOLS of every dcecri)
Wagn a iC irriage Iu>nidig anf I Trin
C'ircular S.i ws of al s::: fuiri hedi. to
Limne, Cemeint, Pltoer, IIair, L-uha, G(i
~Sgar C.mue MiBR, Sugar Pans and Evu]
Theshers :nd separ::tors, W~oven Wire
Corn Shle ra, FeeJ] Gmtr<,' Hoen, A xe
Solid Steel Pioughs of all kinds, Plong
Coil. waon Wel and Hlal er Chains,.
Grain CradieM, Graini and ( rass Scythes
Hlas the agency for the celhebred WAT
sod a i reduepic es.~
Al goods gu. rn a:eed aIs repTrescu:e 1. (
city referecec wil have prompt and eat
RS. EMMA F. BLEASE
NEWBERRY, S. C.
hi commondious and spacious5 Iotel M
v op)en and fully prepared to entertain
ro:, n ,-rmrd srntsni
he Furniture of every ('tescrip? !AHI i~ new
6i FURlITURE STORE,
t and Best Stock of
d in this Market.
DNING ROOM SUTS,
inish and Prices.
HAIR and COTTON
springs, Desks, Win
f Furniture known to the trade.
ali at LOW PnMCES.
most perf et o' all inentiou.
11. Y. LEAVE~LL.
HS AND BOYS.
e City, and at the Lowest
up If reputatin1 for
Custom Work in the
Saline to all the latest
their appear'ance in
None but first-class
'plication. A full line
I English Suitings al
:BIA, s. C.
ing antd Gent's'i an Youth's Furnihn Good
Columibia, and. I respe-ctfully- invit the atten
So an exaimin;itionl, feelinig aissured that they
nec. Come~ and judge for your'selves.
tyles ! All Qlualities!
A R S H IRT, Warranted to be the
in the Market.
mn in the City.
ER AND DEALER IN
BIA, S. O.
sT VARIETY OF
a Rubber and Hemp Pucking.
ornio. s, Fan Mills.
foir Screens, Bo lt ing Meal, &c.
.Hamnes, Shovelk, Spades.
Steel and Iront, Batck Bands.
'ire, Band and Roid frou.
I PL'OUGIS and C lstingst of ali kinads, wVhiIch
)rrs accompanied with the money or sa tisfac
eful attentionl. Oct. G3, 41-i f.
Laboratory of State Assayer anid t'hemlist.
No. 10:3 Broad Street, bet. Tenth and
RiculMoso, V.A., Aug. 22nd, 18S77.
* I haive miB e a carC t e mu c eial e xamnina
t on of a emp:e; ot "Sumnmerdean, .u
guIsta, Co., Va." Rye Wihiskey, 5eler:ed
byr myself anid represenitingL lot .f2
barrels in the hands of Mes.srs. Jenkins &
Stega!, and find it entirely free from adul
teratlins. I can fully recomndn it to
those who desire an arriele of atssured puri
ty. We. H. TmYont, M. D.,
* State A~saver and tThcinis~.
Th Lart x i._:t .nd
Tha; has i ver been b+fl : V.i th Sauli 'I
j 1' A I :it ' t :t!\ i~ I:: f: .'ll ni
M 1ie n :: c m.m ' , . r) :m thr F. T
8:is :h er? 1 : - it : ni a'tr'i ) (13
Oe. w3. 4:2- ' m h
Manufactured by eSAAC A. SN
AND FOR SALE BY W. T.
I YOUR BACJK ACRI
AndI all diseas ofr' C h t i:t'i\ .:1:s. Iih:1tier
ani Urinary Organs 1y wearing the
iproved a xceir Ktney Pad
I1 i- a MARVEL Otf " ?.Nc- and RELIEF.
Simple, SensiMlo, Direct
toun *: . i n'I N
T 2 h <- n - . pae' Nia
I)OWIi . & " M 'F W ',e.'.le J)rtLggiSti
Oct. 27. I en
1b a~ - -ee i
chice ;i r" -r o1 Le v : ped Marbl~
.Lpr i 187 9 --1 -f.
To be! tmblishe-1 by* - i'. rition, :1 VOI
POEMAS AND SKETCH'ES
TIe .i t '. ..:.d 9 .! tr *Gw respo
de1 'T E .:n (R r'ViERA f.
Tib: :s v. .;HENA: ER, F.i "New
TET '** -d TE S , i -r, ic
In re :-o : * c . : I,c L:e 0
arec b:'::i h tied -1. ', eals are~ servet
Iat al h..a0an d d :
iiT \l *ver I y irom 11 to I P
', e. - ,: :t 0a t -d 1 . G.
- - - ~ ~ - 'b
ion - a e m
vATIiN & .OER
E "'NG S3T "VfES
whichl is to ble founui the
C OO K,
00!Nt KG STOVE nov it use. The Ovet of
y, -da bl for in Cim e. : n.i Storcs,
h st .:."i ,)V :', ali t)iers. L lre a :trtine:nt of
wei to Val' and ex-minc my stock before'pur
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OK ST OVES!
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and kinds. Five
sizes with Enameled Reservoirs. Adapted to
all requirements, and priced to suit all purses.
Double Wood Doors, Patent Wood Grate,
A4l ustable Damper, interriangeabLe Auto
matic Shelf. Droiling IHr. SvIrgirg Iearth
Plate, swinging Flue-Stop. lever ible Gas
Burning Long Cross Piece. Double Short
Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, Iliumirated Fire
.)oors. Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, etc.
Unequaled tn Material, in Fint:h, and in
EPPARD & CO., Baltirmore, Md.
VRIGHT, Newberry, S. C.
T,r 01* OLY"
Cures by A B S 0R? T IO N (Nature's way)
11 LUNG DISEASES,
. IRETHING TROUBLES.
It DRIVES INTO the system curative
gints and l:enai1, m.iicines.
It DFAWS FROM the lliseased parts the
Tihousands Tisti y t its Virtus.
e.1-a-iiy .tPrid and RADICALLY
1 ECC. iAL in.-Ily
s'ld . y )Dru.its. or-nt by mnail on re
e'ipt or ?'rics.8~200, by
Thbe "Oly Lun~g Pad Co.
endul o for Ti'tionials andit our book,
' rusi M ~r uIoNS .a YE.'." se-nt free.
W ho lesale in Charleston. S. C.. b
DOV IE & MOISE, Wholesale Druggists.
Outh. 27. 4t -lnm.
H. L. FARLEY,
AttorneWy at Law
REA~L ESTATE AGENT,
PROM?~T ATTENT103i T3 ALL BUSINESS,
Yourf ' hselves by making money
- he aiii go ldenl chance is offered,
Nh Fthi eeby always !keeping p)overty
tram~ I vaur V ou r '. Tho~ise who ali
Swan-, mke~ at1v;Lutage: of th'e goo'd chances
fo' making umne:ey. that are otferedl, gene
r ca'ul)bcomef wvealthy. whliie thlose who (d0
not improve suchi ch:miees remain in pover
tv. We wvant many mn. wometn. boys and
e (tis to work for ~us right in their own lo
ralittie . Te ,buiness wi;l pay more thanf
-ten timies ordinary wages. W e furn ish an
explensive outfit and all that von need.
free. No one who engages fails to make
money vecry raplily. Youi Can devote your
- wholet time to the work. or only your spare
momen.ts. Full information andi all that is
need'ed stent free;. Address Stinson & Co.,
.Uct. 13, 42-ly.
G. W. ABNE Y,
ATTORNEY -AT-L AW,
IOffce Over Boozer's Store, Mower'sBuilding.
Will practice in the Caarts o:' Etgenield
atnd NYrb:'ry. All bla<tilie entrusted to
min ir pr.>mlptiv attended to.
Sep. 15, 38S-t.
Re.spectfully olers i:s $e:vices~ to those
pare'S wilo desire to secure for the1r
dagter the thorough a:id symnmetrical
cultiv-nion of theira phy's:ial intellectual,
anda I um: al powert?s. It ~i ced on_
J> -; with a S'I.\i AN.NUAL (ot'RsE of
-tuid-- ; and, by i Ssss m of' Tuitional Pre
mius, ii o -M are Ii:l s:il lower
No~ Po.b:' E.r.-*. ',o "R- e. ctn."t5
F 'or Iu inorni Ltiu, w rite for an Illus
SE\' r. LANDEtd, Phiienr,
T his cont.notiouis edifice,t' sit u]ted on
MXIN iTREET, NEWiERRY, S. C., and
know As thei
i.: nov~ "'.--', a -i i' t.is the peo(ple one and
,1to ca' nd 'no wha: can h done at all
D-une. or Supp"r, -": TWENTY-FlVE
Forts or Ii;v reguh.-~, boar:.*brsw wii be
Th- ence: - te 'of loca,on exce:lent
5spring wV.':r,. *ei iur.ied u:ble, etc.,
comlend ti' hiouse to every one.
Outrit sent freec to those who wish to
tengage' in thI -1 mt"t pit:tsaat and pIroi
tale~ husines known. E verythin g
new~~ . Ca,pi:l tttt required. We will
11rznish you e'vetahintg. $10 a tiay and up
wars is e'ail unme t withou)tt staymlg away
fromi houme oIver nilght. No risk whatever
Many. netw wttrkers wanted at once. Many'
a. ie uking fortutn s at t'ie business. Ladies
mak as mneh as men'i. antd young boys and
"irlI make gr'tea pay. No- ttne who is wvi1
Jin' to wor)ik tails to) made more every day
thanLl can be mfadeI inu a week at any ordinary,
emp] ltment. Tho:-ei. who engage at o1Ce
will i'il :: short roatd to bortulnt. Address
~ 1~ tilt tt & Co , Portland. Maine.
Coiuimbia & Greenvihe Iaira,d
'.5EN: E:ic DEIPARTMINT.
('LUt.Mi:A. . C.. January =5. 16' .
Oin a d afe"r alonday, .Jauuarv 23 t. the
PI . F.N 1 Tii NS (vill run as herewit: In
t:icate:d upou thi- road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 42. Li' PASSENGEl..
I.:v o! u i:..A - - I 1.- :
"Nherry. -- . p n
" lim'lo. - - - 34 p m
" et.::. , - - - .5 p mo
Arrive (rte::v lle. - - - - 17 p in
No. 43. DOWN PASSEN(EIR.
Leave feuvile. - - - ltt.5 a m
'- ;eltu. - - - - 2 1 y, in
Hodg'es. - - 119 p m
Newberry. - - - 4.3 p in
"Ai.,ton.E - , - 501 y) m
Arrive Columbia,F - - t.1. i m
LeaveNewberrv. - - - - 4.10 ; m
Arrive at Laurens C. H.. - - 7 in
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 1 . a in
Arrive at Newberry. - - a 1 :3 p in
Leave Hodges, - - 44) p n
Arrive ai Abb.! . -- 5 3 - }n
Leave .ibe 2e.-- - - - - 1-:: p m
Arz-i "-: t si1 f.~s. - - - - 1.19) p mnI+ ..u D N ' N :.: 0
Leave i;eiion at. 53p m
. 3.: ers-'Y .:. fy i p to
' *e 't ! it p m
Le.::vY e:C '.t5 pIn
Arri. cit 'ja H: : - u
Leave Walha .: - - 9.)5 a in
Leave SenIeca D, "'.43 a m
" P'erryvie, - - 951 a in
" 'endh-ton - - .23 a n
" Adro, - - 1 (( a~ m
Arrive at Betou.- - - 11.49 In
ON N!' -& IONS.
A. W:ta: Suth C lr:lia ailroad from Char
Wtii' W-iin;:t,,n. Columbia and, Augusta
Iailro:) fro n W i ninzton and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte. Co'u:hia and Augusta
Rtai:ro! ;rj> Char;a:te and a, points
B. Wh Sp.rtan>urg. Uni.)n and CaIanbia
l't:lro:d :or Spartauburg and ali p duts
on the Spartanbur_ and A=heviiie R:il
C. Wifh Atlatta and Char:otte Air Lin. TtaiI,
w::yor Atlanta and all points South
D. With Atliia anI Charlotte Air Line isail
way fr,m Atlanta and beyond.
F. With Sp-:rtanburg, Uni-n and Columbia
12ailio:I from SDarta:burg and points
on Spartanbur; and Achevil!e Railroad.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilnington. Columbia and Augusta
Rai:road for Wiimiugton and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
Standard Time used is Wabigtnu. D. C.,
which is tiiter, minutes fa-ter thau Columbia.
J. W. FZY, Gen') Supt.
A. PoPE. Genera! P: senger A-eit.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
641-AA "-,--- -
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after -January 9. 181, Passenger
Trains on this road wili run ae followa un
til further no't ice:
GRtEENVi LLE EXPRESS.
GOING E.AST. (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS )
Leave 4 olum:bia~ at - - - i 03 P. M.
Arrive Cam'h:n' at- ----------'.31.
.Arrive Charb-ston ai. - - - 31.if5 P. 31.
GOING WEST, (DA[LY EXCEPT~I SUNDAYS)
1.eave Charleston att - - - G;.2 A. 3!.
Leave Camden at - - - - 7.2k' A. M1.
Arr-ive Columiaat - - - 11.;o A. M.
WAY FREiIGiHT AND .PASSENG ER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave~ Columnbia at - - - 5.30o A. M.
Arrive Camdden at----- --.2.--P.---.
Arrive Augusta at - -- - 21 P.31.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 2.GO0P.31.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Le.ave Charleston at - - 9.0 A.31
Leav-e Augusta at - - - - 7.55 A. M.
Arrive Colunmbia at - - - 6.29 P. M.
*Passenge rs leaving Columbia or- Charles
ton on these trains will have to char.ge cars
at Branch:ville to reach Charleston at 2.0J P.
M!.. or Cohtlmbia at 0.20 P. 3M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Columbia at - - - 9 .a P. M.
Arrive augustaat--------- - - 7.,...
.Arrive Charies:mn at - - - 7.a. A. 5.\l
GotING WVEST .DAILY.
Leave Charlestonm at -.- -.l1P.M3.
l.cave A nlgu<'a at - - - - 7.00) P. 3M.
Arrive Colunzdda at - - - 5.2J A. 31.
On Columbia Division Night Express
Trains run daily; all other Trains daily ex
On A ugusta Division all Passenger Trains
runl daily. -
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Express Trains-berths only $1.50-between
Colmbia, Charlestoun and Augusta. On
Saturdays and Sunidays, round trip tickets
ar ' sold~to and from all Stations at one first
class tare for the round trip, good till Mon
day nloon to return. Connections made
at'Columbia with Greenville anid Columbia
Railroad by train arriving at Coltumbia. at
11.:30 A. M1. and leaving Columbia at 00 P.
51.. to and from all floints on that RoadI;
also with Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad going North by train arriving at
Coltubia at I1:30 A. M.: passengers coming
sout h will have in) take train leaving Col um
bia a.t 9.:to P. M. At Charleston with 6teaml
ens for New York on Wedlnesdays and Satur
davs; also. with steamer St,. .John 10or Jack
soniville and points on St. -John River on
Tuesdays and .-aturdays; also, with Savan
nahi and Charleston Railroad to all points
Connect ions are made at Augusta with
Geor-gia Rtailroad andl Central R-tilroad to
and from ali points South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased to all
points South and West. by applying to.
A. B. DESAUSSU-RE, Agent, Col.imbia.
JOHN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
SPARTANBURS, UNiON & COLUMBIA R, R,,
SPARLTANBURG & ASIIEVILLE R. R.
SPAi-tTA NBtCIG,'S. 'I., Sep. 27, 1880.
On anid after thte above dire the foliosving
Scheue x'il be run over thbese Roads daily,
Leave ALston........ .........3.00 p. mn.
" nion ....................,t 453 p. m.
Arrive Spartanburg...............30) p. in.
Leave Sp'orranhurg..............1.30 p. m.
Arrive at H1eaderson:vil!e. ........00 p. mn.
Close connection is made at Ai-ton with.
train frtom Columbia on Greenville & C ]um
iuia Road. At Columbia, connection is made.
from Charleston, Wilmington and Augusta.
A? Sp;:rt:ni:urg, connietion is made at
Air II )euot with trains from Atlan ta
andI Cara-, also with Srtage Tine to Girun
A.t H n lersonvi1le, connection is male
wth a1 first clas- Line or Stags to Ashe'ile,
ari;gthere the same evecning
Parties= de ir'ous of vi-iting Cm-ar-'s Hea.d
> r oth r poin ts of interest can be pr'ov-ided
1ith I tm cias conveyances from the Livery
stbe nHendersonv ile at zeascuable
Wi! I TRAIN SOUTH 1 1 t n
e:ir Sparta:burg............10 10 a. m.
eave Union..................121) p. m.
rrive att Alton.................3.17 p. m.
These Roads are in excellent condition;
furnished with first class Coaches: prov ie
ith ail necessary appliances for safer a"'nd
omnobtt oy Pa engers. At Spartanbrg. and
en!erso'nvile the Hotel accommodations
re now ample for a large increase of travel.
her wil be found well supplied with good
ountain fare at rea:sonable rares.
.JAS. ANDERSON. Supt.
COL UMBIA, S. C.
This new: and elgant House, wit h all
nodern imnprovemnu:s, is now open for the
reception ofgu) s
S. L. WRIGHT & SON,
Mar. 19. I -tf Pro rietors.
Ko :caams Ai'ue, Lir e
IL. Prict i?.
flomans ?Speela Pad- ,to.:old
chirri, caes Pri .0
Ko:ma.satz' Splecn Beilt-FOi stubborn
cases o Enlarged Splen and
unyieci:ng Liver an4 Stomach
troubL:s. Price $.5.00.
Hohan.1 Infant' Pcd-For ailments of
infants and childr-!n. Prie $L.50.
['_o_nan's Renal Pad--For Ridney and
B:adder Cn.u.ainTS. Price $2.00.
H n:an%t Uterine Pad-For Femala
tro1Ubies. Price $5.00.
Ho.:.anN' Absorp::e Tedic1nal Bdy
Plaste-T", I -est piaster made
('rous on ribbe. basis. Price 25c.
Io':=an's Ab.orptive Medicinal Foot
gish cireul'tion. Price per pair-25c.
Absorption Salt-Medieatei Foot Baths
For Colds. Obstrnrt;;r.s and
all cases where a foot bath is
needed. Per half lb. padage, 23c.
F r s..ie by all drngg:s's-or sent by mail,
pos:p,a:d. on receipt, of pri:e. The Ab'sorption
S.;: knot "mailable " and must be sent by
E.ar-s' at purchase~r's expenlse.
,1.,, snkPess of HMclmn's Pad t- has In
Pp:: iiitators w,o offer Pa s s:milar in
y e": 7.nioDon to Zli TRi EOL .',sa
B only go'en up to sell on the repu
tZ :: of tite genuh:e.
aeh Pai Lea'-d :e gcn PRTATs
S: r\ ^T.1a f t> Hiolman 'a Company
with a.bove Trade-alark.
If iiceed with c!ironic alimen<s send a con
C :s -scription of symrtoms . which will re
Cei': prompt and eareful attention.
L! IOLM.N's a:lvice is free. Full treatisa
sen:. :ree on application. -dd
LO~T,IAN P.% C)
(P. 0. Box 2,112) 93 Wi:lian Street, e wvYork.
AIR DYEis the safest
and best ; acts instan
the most natural shade
of black or'brown;dces
UynAl~ not stam thie skin:easi
hI9I0t0,y applied. A standard
'pre paraion ;- fa-orite
upon every well ap
pointe. toi let for lady
or gentlerman. SA kby
all do7 _.:;s rnd ap.
plied by : uar d:esse: J-'. L "..:,
C ds, Sr T t, Bolr.
,h , Co . n m t ,
RcCoughs, Cods, andor Thr,Boni-.T0 oml
is known to our lest phiysicians, is highly coummended
b tem. andf Gthe aralysis of our icost prominenlt
c es, rof G.A.MA RINER in Ch.icago, is on. the
label of every bottle. It is w!iL known to thie medical.
proesion that TOLU RlOUK as.n RYE will r.fro'd the;
~reat.mt relief for Cor.ghi'. Colds; Intinuza, Broncta. ,
re Thri.at, Weak Laungs, also Consumption, in the in
cipert and advanced stsces.
'sed as a BE VERAG E and APPETTZRR i znkSa
deightfu.l tonic for family use. Is pleasant to taket if
weak csr debilitated, It gives tone, activity and streadk
to the whole human frame.
CAUTION."h,0N'f BE DEdu.
ers who try to palmoff unnn yo ok nd Rye In
place of our LUROKANDBYE,=Mank
the only medicrted article mde.he genuine hau
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- 11 MaisonStret,Chicago.
22-Ask your DrugglIst for 181
gf- Ask your Grocer for 1I.1
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You do uot have to invest capital in it. We
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Is the Los of'
A Lecture on the Na:ur':, Treatment, and
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Th world.-roniowned author. in tis ad
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biomd instruments. rin'rs, or e- rdials;
p)oiL O.io ot a mode oieure. at oncet. certain
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