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SOILS FOR COTTON.
Experience has demonstrated tha'
cotton may be grown on almos1
any soil where the climate permit.
the maturity of the bolls, with judi
cious- culture and sutitahle fertili
zers; but there are certain classe:
of soils especially adapted to thi:
crop. The alluvial or river bot
toms .stand first in the list. Th<
bottom lands. so well adaptec
to cotton, have an inexhaustibli
supply of vegetable mould whicl
successive overflows have de
4 posited on them. Rich cane~
brake lands and rolling prairies
generally designated as' black lands
are also valuable for the certaint
with which they produce crops
thei; comparative freedow fror
destructive insects and a rollinj
surface promoting drainage. Bol
~- tom and black lands, according t
,fertility, yield from one half to tw
bales of cotton per acre. Thes
estimates are, of course, only aI
proximate, and are given to shoi
the relative value of the lands ur
The next are the light sandy an,
red or clay soils. On the ligb
sandy lands, i. e., if the nativ
growthi is oak; or rather, har
woods, the yield will be about on
'bale to two acres. Red lands c
clay soils in the rolling portions c
the country produce from one-ha
to one-third of a bale to the acre
Exclude lands composed wholly c
clay; and very compact in thei
na ures, lands having no depth c
soil and an impermeable subsoil.
~Beginners will.do weilto beari
~mind that the crop- demands fc
satisfactory results fine surface eu
tQrue, plant-food in abundance, an,
entEri freedom from the live rool
&erbaceouls or perennial plant
adthe absence of weed seeds an
iebbish- of: all kinds. To secur
tbise conditions the land -ought t
-'be broken up early enough to ii
sure the decomposition of dea
:-::herbsge, quack grass and the lik<
that they may be turned under b
-With the cotton plant, as wit
~niaat other growths, the yield ma
be greatly increased and improve
in quality by thorough culture an
THE CoRN CRo.-Thorough prey
aration of the land, even if it cost
some time, pays. So does ampi
manturing. For giving the plant;
start-off use a handful of rich comn
post in the hill. Where other ma
terials are'1sed in the hill such a
super phosphates, care must b
taken not to bring them in to<
close contact with the seed, whici
may thereby be buirned. Som4
Sfarmers soak the seed in a strong
solution of saltpetre as a safeguari
-against insects and vermin ; others
Scoat thinly with tar-a pint o.
~which made hot and stirred in t
peck of seed will coat each grain
-The discussions of the Gunpowdel
-Club -given elsewhere go so fulla
over the ground of the preparatior
and plaing of the corn crop thai
anything further here would appeaa
unnecessary, and we refer Ofl
readers to the views of its practical
in nine cases out of ten, says at
exchange, surnmer complaints car
be checked, if taken in season, by
wearing flannel over the region o:
the bowels. U7ntil the British army
in India was compelled to wear flan
nel durittg the entire hot season il
was constantly reduced by diar
rhea. Diet is far. more potent thai
-medicine in curing this disorder
and when dulypssisted by flanne
and enforced quiet rarely fails t<
cure if used promptly. Flannel
should be worn by night as well as
POTATO PI.-One pound mashed
potatoes, rubbed through a colan
der ; one-half pound butter, creamec
with sugar ; six eggs, white and
yolks separately ; one lemon, squeez
ed into the potato while hot; one cup
ful milk, one teaspoonful of nut
meg and the same of mace ; twc
cupfuls white sugar ; bake in oper
-shells of paste ; to be eaten cold.
In boiling meat for soup colti
water should be used to extract thE
WIAT's A PRINTER?
A printer, according to a pun
ning exchange, is the most curious
being living. He may have a
'bank' and 'auoins' and not be
worth a cent ; have 'small caps' and
neither wife nor children. Others
may run fast, he gets along swifter
by 'setting' fast. He may be making
'impressions' without eloquence:
may use the 'lye' without offend
ing, and still tell the truth ; while ci
others cannot stand while they set,
he can 'set standing,' and do both
at the same time ; may have to use
'furniture,' and yet have no dwell
ing ; may make and put away -pi'
and never see a pie, much less eat
it during his whole life ; be a hu
man being and a 'rat' at the same ;
may 'press' a good deal, and not
ask a favor ; may handle a 'shoot
ing iron' and know nothing about
a cannon, gun or pistol; he may
move the 'lever' that moves the
world, and yet be so far from the
morning globe as a hog upon a
mole hill ; 'spread sheets' without
being a house-wife ; he may lay his
form on the -bed' and yet be ob
liged to sleep on t'he floor ; he may
use the 'dagger' without shedding
blood, and .from the earth may 1
handle 'stars ;' he may be of a 'roll
e ing' disposition, and still never
desire to travel; he can have a (
V 'sheep's' foot and never be deform- i
ed; never without a 'case' and
knows nothing about law or phy
sic ; be always correcting his 'er
t rors' and be growing worse every
e every day ; have 'embraces,' with
out ever having the arms of a lass
e thrown around him; have his 'form
locked up,' and at the same time be
far from the jail, watchhouse, or
any other confinement ; he may be
plagued by the 'devil' and be a
Christian of the very best type.
4As an illustration of the enor
mous increase of the use of opium
Sand morphia in the 'United States
the following statistics have a
1painful interest, and it must be re
imembered that this is no except
ional case. In one of our large cit
5 ies, containing twenty-five years
ago a population of 57,000, the
sales of opium and morphia reach
> ed 350 pounds and 375 ounces re
-spectively or about forty-three
Sgrains of opium and three grains of
~morphia yearly for each individual,
yif the consumption was averaged.
The population is now 91,000, and
i3,500 pounds of opium and 5,500
vounces of morphia are sold annually.
3While the population has increased
Ififty-nine per cent., the sale of
opium has increased 800 per cent.,
and morphia 1,100, or an average
of 206 grains of opium and twenty
four grains of morphia to every in
habitant. But there are additional
Ssales of from 400,000 to 500,000
pills of morphia, which would give a
us 170 ounces more of the drug. ~
One-foruth of the opium sold is
consumed in its natural state. and
three-fourths are made into opm~
the principal one being laudanum.
The imports of opium into the U
'United States for the years 1879
and 1880, ending the thirtieth of
June, were 533,451 pounds, valued
at $2, 786,606.a
A tortoise died in England aged j
220 ; another at 128 years. The
pike, a kind of fish has been said to
live for 267 years, and the carp for U
200 years. The gigantic salaman- a
der may live for a greatly prolonged
period, and frogs and toads are
long-lived anim'.s. A toad has~
been kept thirty years withoutI
showing signs of age, and then
died through ap accident. Whales
have been supposed to live from
300 to 400 years. ___
Return equity and justice for
evil done to you, and pay goodness
Surely half the world must be w
blind-they can see nothing unless c
There are many moral people
whose virtues somehow seem to be
a misfit._ _
A wvoman listens to a play withr
her mind, and judges it with her
A woman need not always recall 1.
her age ; but she should never for- t:
g et it.A
Books are embalmed minds. Fame
is a fl ower upon a dead man's
Good will, like a good name, is
.L. E T
HAS JUST RECEIVED the
.argest and Most
at has ever bcen in the State, and
LT PRICES TO S1
Suits of Middlesex Flannel at 12.5.
Men's Cheviot. Suits ALL WOOL Guarantee
Youth's Suits 83.5u to $10,(W.
Boys' Suits :1.50, $2.o, $2 5( to $15.00.
ALSO, a Fine Stock of TAYLOR'S CEI
ades of Silver. Tan, Chocolate and WhitA.
1 have added a stock of FIN E SE
untlena ' outfit. Guaranteed not to rip c
I am still keeping uj
naking the Finest C
Otate. My Cutter is t
tyles as they make
Samples sent on app
f (only) French and .
vays on hand.
On Haud---Whito Duel
%obby Dusters a Special
W. 0. SWAF
Oct 2o, 43-Gm. COL U I]
TH E L.ARCEST
MECHIAN[CS' TOOLS of every descriptit
Wagon :mn.l Carriage Building and Trimmn
Circular Saws of all sizes furnished to ord<
india Rubber and Leather Belting; India
Laicing. Babbitt Metal, Machinery 01>, FM
Lime, Cemnn, Plaster, Hair, Laths, Grind
Windowv Glass, Paits, Oils, Varnishes, Bi
Sugar Cane Mills, Sugar Pans and Evapor
Thireshers and Separ:itors, Woven Wire fo:
Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters, Hoes. Axes, E
Solid Steel Pboughs of all kinds, Plough Si
Coil, Wagon, Well and Iter Chains, Tin
Grain Cradles, Grain and Grass Scythes. &
IHas the agency for the celebrated WATT1
re sold at reduced prices.
All goods guaranteed as represented. Ord
r ci:y reference will have prompt and careft
- GREAT OPE
aumanufacturing three styles of Sew
to defy all competition. No tatwily
erson out of employment after reading
No. 1. Style, -_a
he "Centennial," __
akes the Stitch diheetly
*om two spools, is war
tuted to do the whole
age of fatoiliy sewing
thl the gzreatest ease
d most perfect muan
er, and sells
or - - $15.
No. 3. Style,
akes at will either the Lock-stitch, Ch
d is the finest Sewing Machine ever it
EVERY MAC1NE IS WAE
Sewing Machine Agents and others w
e in a profitable business. Send for
- The Patent Folding Ta
A pr. 6;, 14-Bim.
edont Seminary for Young
hih class I Scolfr YounigLlis
: jatnburhtg, s. C.. where a thiorough (ed
ation is iZuaranLiteedI :ui'I the best methods
id text f>ooks are used. Locat-ed in the
all-known P'icihnonit IIlouse, one of the
Ost charingiii iummiier resorts. in the -up
The Course of Studyv comprises the usual
*anches taught in the best Female Col-I
ges; the pelrsonal and constant supei-(V
ni f chLI pupil will n>e found1( to be a spe
alty ot the lInstitution, atS well atS good
ii abundant too, and the retinling inftlu
.eeS Of a Chist in home1.
TERMS P'E1 SEs-ION OF TWENTY WEEKs:
Collegiate D epartment (including FREE 4
ition in Latin and French). $25; Intermbe
ate. (giving a sound English traning). $20
imary, SiL.5O: Contingent Fee, $1.50:
>trd (including fuel, furniture, lightS and1
PuilliS received at any timae and charged.
>m date of enitranlce.
i otiied inI time. the Principal will me~et I
pils at Colnumia a tew days before the
mmIecement 01 each Session.
Ej Circulars a.nd References can be ob
ined( at the oi1iec of THEi- NEWBtERRY llER-4
Present Session ends .Junle 17; Autumn
ssionl begins September 12.
J1. IIEN RY IIAG E It A.M1.,
SpartabIurg, S. C.. 31ar. 15, 1s#1. 11-ifI
Outfit sent _ free to those who wis to1
engagefit hemopeant frend iS whohto- I
tae buinessA kown ) vey tnd .i
tae. buines nowrnni. Eeytinlg
new. Capital not required. We will
Complete Stock of
TIT THE TDIES!
d at $10.51'.
EBR ATE) STRAW IIATS. Manills in
[0 ES, the artiele found to c;niplete a
r break. If they do, will be replaced by
A pr. 1, 1.5 tf.
11111 GO ODS!
9 my reputation for
rustom Work in the
diive to all the latest
their appearance in
None but first-class
lication. A full line
English Suitings al
i, and Fancy Vests and
SA, s. C.
AND DEALER IN
TIA, S. C.
tubber and Hemp Packing.
es and Rasps of all kinds.
aors, Fan Mills.
-Scens, Bolting Meal, &c.
[ames, Shovels, Spades.
eel and Iron, Back Bands.
, Band and Rod Iron.
LOUGHS and Castings of all kinds, whict
ers accompanied with the money or satisfac
Il attention. -Oct. 6, 41-tf.
ing Machines and selling them at such
ied be without a Machine, and ne
TR AOR DINA RY !! !
No. 2, Style,
a strictly first-class Shut
tie Machine is warrant
'ed to do the same work
as the Singer and to be
a Superior Machine in
Price, - $5
ain-stitch or Spiral Embroidery stitch
veted. Price, $30.
RANTED FOR 3 YEARS.
ill find this a grand opportunity to en
Circular and T1erms to
ble and the Latest Styles of Sewing
ine Cabinet Work.
No. 645 NORTH BROAD STREET,
SPARTANBURG_CO., S. C,
The Proprietors of this Celebrated Water
ng Place respectfully announce that it will
> openecd this Season on the 1st of May,
mder the same management as last year.
TERMS OF' BOARD.
Per d-t................---.- 2 00
Per w:ek. .............----. 12 00
Per week for 2 weeks........ 10 00
Per week for :s weeks......... 9 (00
Per week for 4 weeks......... 8 00
Lottge(s to Rent-per tenement-of 3
rooms -for the Season, $30.00 ; Whole
Cottages-ti rooms-for the Season,
SSpecial attention given to shipping
he Water. The Springs can be reached
tomi Spartanburg at lowest rates by lhacks.
SIMPSOUN & SIMPSON,
This commodious edifice, situated on
AIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., and
:non as the
Snow open, and invites the people one and
n1 to cal and k-nom wha can be done at all
A, GRAXO iiI[JSIC
TILE STUDY OF MI
'The Lalbor of Years~ Ac(<
the 1New% Indicti"'
Has Opened a STUDIO ave
Store for the Reci
Having Taught this Method in the North w
Ville. S. C.. now Otfers her Services and the 1
fa It is impossible to set forth ALL THE .
Old System, in an Advert iselent. but invite a
iT S.AVES TI ME AND MONEY. It is so Si
It does away with years or drudgery.
It takes the Pupil almost inimmetdiately into
continues the same throughout the whole Cou
It is not a superficial method, but applies t
out any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educated
This Method is entirely ditTerent from the 4
An opportunity is offered to all to gcin a 3
for Less Expense t
_ Many of my Pupils in the South ar4
which was gained at a nouniaal expense, whilb
DOLLAIRS p:"r Lesson.
This Method fulfils the maxim that "Whate
ens life and increases us..fultness."
Terms, 50 ets
i Books and S%eet JiusiC will be
FOR FURTHER PARTCULAi.S, CALL C
Feb. 23, S-tf.
lTWIN a SPRIING
Patented, Nov. 21,
W. 'TE, the und
-at Helena, S. C
perior to aniy w~
E. HI. Christian.
R. W. Boone.
M. A. Carlisle.
G. W. Holland.
Mrs. E. F. Ule.ase.
The Springs can be had at J. 0. HAV]
WRIGHT'S HOTEL, -
BEA UTIFUL LAWNS, at t; c.
BE AUTIFUL CAMICS, at Sie.
BE AUTIFUL PRINTS, at 64c.
L ARGE TOWELS, at loe.
LARGE LINEN TOWELS. at
G ENTS' SILK HANDKE]
LADIES' LiNEN HAK
L ADIES' LA.M
A beautiful line or Ladies', Gcnts' and Ci
Gent&, Youths' and Boys' HATS,SIRITS, I
YALISEa, STEEL SCISSORS and NE ED-LES.
* ** *
DRESS GOODS in all the novelties of the s
CRETONNE CLOTIIS and LACE CURTAIN
Gents' CASSIMIERES. CLOTHS, JEANS, DI
toie areu crared to sell GOOD GOODS as c
Wrighit's Hotel Block,
Mar. 1f , 11-3m.
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SHEF
AND FOR SALE BY W. T.eW
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
At the New Storc on1 Hotel Lot.
I have now on. hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver ad PaTed arIN,
SPECTNACLE GIAD SETACLECSS,
SECTLS AND STHACLPE SES
WEDDiNS AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTSS ]
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
ymprli.lihed in W e-c1ks b;
MEtlo1 'or the
m C larli
r R. Y. Leavell's Furnitui
sption of Pupils.
ith Unparalleled Success; a:so in Gree
:ethod to the CITIZENS OF NEWBERI1
>DVANTAGES this Method has over t
11 interested to Call at the Studio. or Sei
mple that even a Child of Five Years c
the science of Musical Compositions. ai
rse of In. truction.
o all Music precisely as it is written. wit
class of the community.
usical Elucation in a slwrt time a:
han ever before.
now successfully Teachirg this Meth(
my expense for Tuition alone was FU1
:ver shortens the road to learning, leng
Furahed on Moderate Terms.
N OR ADDRESS,
ES. W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C.
ersigned, now using the TWIN SPRI
.ZOBEL & CO0.,
take pleasure in stating that they are
e have ever used.
T. C. Pool. W. T. Tarrant.
S. F. Fant. .Jamcs Mcntosh.
J. 0. Havird. Juius E. Chapm
W. WV. Houseal. G. G. DeWalt.
W. II. Wallace. Z. P. Moses.
D. W. T. Kibler. A. W. T. Simmon
U. B. Whites. R. L. MdcCaughrin
ID'S,and at the Furniture Stores
Mar. 16, 1881-11-tf
ERS OF SPRING."
-- COL UMBI A, S.
6C ZIEFS, (Beauties) at 50c.
(DK ERC HEFS, (Marvels) at 25c.
1AN DK ERC IEFS. (Bargains) at 10c.
TN H AN DKE RCHIEFS, at ac.
N H ATS, at 25c.
ildre's HAND SEWED SHOES; also 1
[OSIERY, NECK WEAR, GLOVES, TRUNI
eason. A drive in BL ACK SILKS.
. for Upholstery.
ICKS, DRIL LS. from all the celebrated fa
heaply as any uouse in the state. Satisfx
t. E D MUND S,
. - Columbia, S. (
OK STOVES I
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and kinds. Fiv
sizes with Enameled Reservoirs. Adapted 1
all requirements, and prieed to suit all purse
Double Wood Doors, Patent Wood~ Grata
djustable Damper, IteArchan geable Aut<
matic Shelf, Broiling Door, Swinging Heart]
Plate, Swinging Flue-Stmp. Reversible Gal
Burning Long Cross Piecce, Double Sho:
Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Fix
Doors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels. etc.
Unequaled in Material, in Finish, and i
'PARD & CO., Baltimore, Md.
LGHT, Newberry, S. C.
ASUPERIOR LOT OF
AIws on han at
J. TAYLOR'S REP9siTORY,
elow MJ. Foot & Son'-, ont opiposite side.
Gal~l and look at themi. For site by
TAYLOR & CLINE.
Mar. 9, 10-17.
South Carolina Railroad Colpansl.
PASSENGr;R )E1'A RTMENT.
CHANGE OF SCHlE)UE
t)n: :and :ter M:tv 15. 1...1. P'::.ssen.e2
Tr:tins on I his road will run as follows un
til fturther notice
GOING EIsT, (DAILY EXCEPT SCN)AYS.)
Leave ; olumbia at - - - t.o P. M
I Arrive Can3ln :tt ---. - 7.1 P
Arrive Charleston at - - - 10.15 '. JI
GOING wEST. (AILY ExCEPT sUNDAM s.)
!LeaVe Charleston at - - - r.eo A. M
Lea% e C:tint at - - - - F.IS A. M
Arrive Columbia at - - - 1I.:;~> A. 31
WAY FiE1GIIT AND 1'ASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Columbia at - - t;.31 A. 31
Arrive Cam<len at - - - - 12.1,P . 31
Arrive Augusta at --- -3.20 P. 31
Arrive Ch.rleston at - - - 1.55 P. 31
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
.e *Leave Charleston at - - 9.45 A. .3
Leave Augusta at - - - - 7.5-> A. 31
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.:;0 P. 31
*Passengers leaving Columbia or Charies
n- ton on these trains will have to change car
;y at Li:tnenville to reach Charleaton at 1.55 P
M.. or Columbia at 5.:) P. M.
ae NIGHT EX'IESS.
ad GuING EAST D)AILY.
in Leave :oliibia at - - - :.(4) P. 31
Arrive .\ ri-u a at - - - - 7.2 A. 31
Arrive Ci,ar,eston at..-..-... 5.A. 31
ad GOI.w W-:S-.u )AILY.
Leave Charlt-ton at -.-.-. ..11 P. .
Leave Augu.sta at - - - - 7.00 P. l
Arrive Columbia at - - . 5.:; A. 31
On Colunibia Division Night Expres
Trains run daily; all other Trains daily ex
2d cept Sunday.
On Augusta Division all Passenger Train
Sleeping Cars are attached to Nigh
d, Express Trains-berths only $1.50-betweet
JR Columbia. Charleston and Augusta. O
Saturd:ays an<d Sundays. round trip ticket
:h- are sold to and from all Stations at one tir
class tare for the round trip, guo.l till lon
(lay noon to return. Connections inail
at c'oluinbi:t with G reenville and Coiumnbi
L. Railroad an<d Charlotte, <'olumbia and Ati
gust a IRail roatl at Charlotte Junction b)
train arriving at Columbia at l;.:35 A. 3.
and le ''n; Columbia at t; 0u P.M.. to an
from ..tt D)oints on both Itoads. At Charle;
ton with Steamers for New York on Wet
nesdays and S:turd:ivs; also. with steam
for .Jacksonville and points on St. Joh
11iver and with Savannah and Charlesto
Railroad to all points South.
Connections are made at Augusta wit
- Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad t
and from all points South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased to a
points South and West, by applying to
A. B. DESAUSSURE. Agent, Columbia.
D. C. ALLEN, G. P. & T. A.
JOHN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
To Tourists and I[ealth-Seekers.
Summer Schedule to the Mountains of Wes
ern North Carolina.
SPARTANBUR6J UNION & COLUMBIA R. R
ASHEVILLE & SPARTANBURG R. I
On and after Monday, May 16th, 1881, ti
following Schedule will be run over the
Roads daily, (Sundays excepted):
DOwN~ TRAIN-NO. 1
Leave Hendersonvile...........8 00 a. t
"Spartanburg...........12 10 p. t
" Union.................2 14 p. r
Arrive at Alston.............4.25 p.'I
UP TRAIN NO. 2.
Leave Aiston...............12.10 p.'r
" Union.................2 15 p.ir
" Spartanburg............4.00 p. r
NG Arrive at Hendersonville........7.00 p. r
DOWN TRAIN NO. 3-ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Spartanburg............ ..6.00 a. r
"Union................8 20 a r
Arrive at Alston..............11.25 a. r
UP TPAIN NO. 4.
SU- Leave Alston................5.00 p. r
"Union................7.50 p. n
Arrive at Spartanburg......... 9.16 p. r
This train makes close connection at Al
ton with down train on C. & G. R. R. fro:
n. Close connection is made at Aiston wil
train from Columbia on Greenville & Co,lun
bia Road. At Columbia, connection is mac
L. from Charleston, Wilmington and Augusti
At Spartauhurg, conncction is made:
Air Line Depot with trains from Atlant
iiand Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glen
Parties desirous of visiting Ce-ar's Hen
or other points of interest can be providc
:with first class conveyances from the Liver
Stables in Hendersonville at reasonab.
These Roads are in excellent conditior
furnished with first class Coaches; provide
with all necessary appliances for safety an
Scomfor t of Passengers. At Spartanburg an
Hendersonville the Hotel accommodatiot
are now ample for a large increase of trave
They will be found well supplied with goo
Mountain fare at reasonable rates.
.JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
Money Saved is Money Made
PURGHASE YOUR ENGINES FRO:
US, an-i save $100 on a ho Uorse ; $200 o
ha 2') Horse, and 83t.0 on a :30 Uorsc-Powe
heEngine. Send for our prices before put
* chasing Engines, Gins, Presses, Saw an
S, Grist Mills. Threshers, o,r any kIid of Mi
* ebinery. We are Manufacturers' Agentl
and guarantee satisfaction ini qulity an
* price. WA LK ER & LOUD,
* No. 135 Meeting Street, West side,
ic- Near Gharleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C
c-Apr. 6, 14-3~m.
Get Ready for the Sprint
.By Ordering New
! SUIT INGS)
Now being received, and which will bi
made to order in the very latest styles.
SHIRTS AND UNDERGARMENTS
Collars, Cuffs and Neckwear.
-tCOL UMBIA, S. C.
e M1ar. 2, 9-tf.
GRI (ENTRIL HOTE
TFormerly the Wheeler House,)
COLUJMBIA, S. C.
REFtIRNISHIED AND REFITTED.
TERMS, $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
JOHN T. WILLEY, Propriet'r.
Nov. 10, 46-tf.
THE CARPENTERS' JOY
THE BEST PENCIL EVER OFFERED.
-PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS.
' Novelty Fasteners
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Bron
chitis, Asthma, Consumption,
AdAlDiseases or THROAT and LUNGM.
Put up in Quart-Size Bottles for Family Us.
Scientificly rrepared of Balsam Toln. Crystallized
Rock Candy, Old Rye, and other tonics. The Formula
is known to our l,est physicians, is highly commended
by thm. and the anal-;is of our most prominent
chemist, Prof. G A. MA RINE R, in C,icago, is on the
label of every bottle. It i, well known to the medioal
professior. that TOLU ROCK and RYE will afford tb.
greatest relief for Coughs, Colds. In:luenza, Bronchitis,
Sore Throat, We:k Lungs. also Consumption. in the in
Cipient and wl ~arcAd st,.,es
" Used as a E VERAGE and APPETIZER, it makesa
delightful t.nic for family use. Is ple.sant to take' 12
weak or debilitated, it gives tone, activity and streond
3 to the whoi. hunn f'r-me.
ers whDr opamofuon uRocEad eCEin
place of our OLU ROCK AND RYE, whihr'
the only me icaed articie made. tha genuine haV
ing a GOVERNMENT STAMP on each bottls.
LAWRENCE & MARTIN, Proprietoa'
111 Madison Street, Chicag.
tV Ask your Drug!ist for I it
Ql' Ask your Grocer for It!
[7"" Ask your Wino Merchant for it!
" W Chlidren, ask your Matm ma for Ist
iT"Sold by DRUGGISTS, GROOm GM
WINE M RCHANTS everywhor*.
Hfow Lost, How Restored!
t Just published. a new edition of DE. CUL
VERw ELL'S CELEI1mATED EssAY on the radi
al care of S"ER3MATORHOA or Seminal
Weakness. Invoiunt ary Seminal Losses, I3
POTENCY. Mental and Physical 'Incapacity,
impediients to 3larriage. etc.; also. Cot
sumPrION, EPILEPSY and FITS, induced by
self-inlulgence or sexual extravagance, &e.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
I Essay. clearly <iemonstrates, from a thirty
yearn' successful practice, that the alarm
im consequences of self-abuse may be rad
ieally cured : pointing out a mode of cure at
once simple, certain and effectual. by means
0 of which every sufferer, no matter what his
condition may he, may cure himself cheap
ly, privately and radieally.
4i This Lecture 5hould be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt of six
c.:cts or two postage stamps. WE HAVK.
ALSO A SURE CURE FOR TAPE OEM.
TILE CLLVERWELL MEDICAL CO..
41 Ann St., New York, N. Y.; Post Office Box,
4556. Apr. 4, 25-ly.
\VILIAIISTO\ FEI 'LE 2O1JEGE
I) Respectfully cffers its services to those
parents who desire to secure for their.
. daughters the thorough and symmetrical
cultivation of their physical, intellectual,
1e and moral powers. It is conducted on
i what is called the "One-Stu(dy"
Plan, with a SEMI-ANNUAL COURSE of
Study ; and, by a system of Tuitional Pre
-. miumns, its Low Rates are made stiil lower
- for ALL who average 85 per ceLt.
- No Publie Exercises. No "Receptions."
' Graduation, which is always private, may
occur eight timnes..a year.
- For full information, write for an JIllus
-. trated Catalogue. Address
*REV. S. LANDER, President,
' Oct 2'7, 44-ly Wiliiamston, S. C.
. BLEASE HOTEL
FAR THE BEST.
-. Large, airy room-s. Table unsurpotsedl,
- and that EXCELLEN-r SPRING WATER niake
Sit eqIml to a seaside or mountain bomb.
Meals, 25 Cents Each.
-. Regular boa; ders Ten Dollars r'er mouth.
BENRY H. BLEASE, Manager,
a BLEAsFs HIom,
I Main Street, Newberry, S. C.
dJuiy 7, 18S0. 28-1y
G. W. ABNEY,
dAT TOR1GEY - A T - L AW,
dOffice Over Boozer's Store, Mower's Building.
Will practice in the Courts of Edgefield
and Newberry. All business entrusted to
me will be promptly attended to.
Sep. 15, 38-tf.
We want a limited number of active, en
Sergetic canvassers to engage in a pleasant
and protitable business. Good men will
tind this a rare chatnce
TO MAKE MONEY.
Such will please answer this advertise
ment by letter. enclosing stamp for reply,
stating what business they have been en
g agedl ill. None but those who mean basi
niess need apply. Address
FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.,
Nov. 17, 1680-1.7-2y. Atlanta, Ga.
Preserve Your Old Books I
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Book Manufacturer
eHs moved opposite the City Hall, where
his fully prepared, with first-class work
men, to do all kinds of work in his line.
BL ANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
and bound in any style desired.
My facilities and long acquaintance with
the business enable me to guarantee satisfac
tion on orders for Bank Books, Railroad
Books, and Books for the use of Clerks of
Court, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in
Equity, and other County Officials.
Pa m phlets, Magazines, Music,-Newspapers
and Periodicals, and all kinds of publications
bound on the most reasonable terms and in
tle best manner.
All orders promptly attended to.
E. R. STOKES,
Main Street, opposite New City Hall,
Oct. 8, 41-tf. Columbia, S. C.
.p Yiourselves by making money
when a golden chance is offered,
thereby always (keeping poverty
troum your door. Those who al
ways take adl-antage of the good chances
foaking money that are offered, geg~e
rally become wealthy, while those who do
not implrove such chances remain in pover
ty. We want many men, women. boys and
girls to work for us right in their own 1o
calities. The business wilt pa; more than
ten times ordinary wages. We furnish an
exens ive outtit and all that you need,
free. No one who engages fails to make
money very rapidly. You can devote your
whole time to the work, or only your spare
moments. Full informuationi and all that is
needed sent free. Address Stinson & Co.,
oct. 13, 42-1y.
-W. H. WALLACE,
A tt orne y -at-Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
t.TT 25, 43-tf. VT