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The practice of excluding young
chickens from the garden. espe
cially in midsummer, says an ex
change, is bad both for the chick
ens and for the vegetables. The
young chicks will not thrive in
confinement as in freedom, and the
growing plants are in a good
measure protected from insects by
the chickens. We have never suc
ceeded better with young broods
-than by putting them, with the
mother, in the vegetable garden.
The mother is confined in a coop
and the chickens have free access
to- her through the slats. She
follows her instinct in scratching
over the ground under the coop
for worms and grubs, and after a
few days the coop is pushed along
the new soil. The chickens are
regularly fed with scalded meal or
boiled. screenings. They supply
themselves with animal food from
the garden. The chickens are
too small to do any harm to plants
that are well started, and yet they
pick up an immense number of in
sects. The more highly the gar
den is manured the more rapidly do
insects multiply and the greater is
the need of birds and fowls to keep
them in check. The chickens can
go underneath cucumbers,squashes,
: beans tomatoes, etc., and pick the
eggs and worms from the under
side of the leaves, where they are
generally found. They eagerly
chase every moth and bug that
lis and if one alights within
striking distance it is sure to be
devoured. When the chickens are
large enough to do injury to the
plMisethey are easily removed to
other quarters. .
"Hvan" CoTro 1-PArERS kE
wARE.-A gentleman recently re
turned from Western Louisiana,
where he had been on matters con
nected with the Census,. informs
us of a fraud of which the planters
in that locality have been made the
victims. A man was offering the
seeds-of "Worm-Proof Hybrid Cot
ton," claiming that the seed was
.from a "hybrid" between the Cot
ton plant and "a weed which no
worm or bug would touch." As
our friend is a competent botanist,
he was able to put some awkward
questions to the man with the
"hybrid" seeds, who, not liking the
situation, left the town. The seeds
were sold for 30 cents each, or $3
-- per dozen seeds, and the vendor
claimed to have sold 815.000 worth
of them last spring in Western
Louisiana. Swindlers in seeds, like
comets, have erratic orbits, and it
is not all likely that the "Hybrid
Cotton" man will be heard of againI
in Louisiana, but our friends in
other cotton-growing States should
be on their guard against him. He
will be quite likely to turn up at
me of the fairs this autumn. and
so to make his "house to house"
isits during the winter. It is a
well-known fact that Cotton or any
other plant will not "-hybridize"
with any plant not of the same
family. As none of the family to
which Cotton belongs are known
to be 'poisonous, it is safe to set
down this remarkable .hybrid" as
a poor fraud.
([American A griculturist.
JET BLACK YAR IsH.-To make a
jet black varnish that can be used
for furniture or for small wood
handles, that will make them
smooth and shining and hard and
solid, so that they will not get dim
by handling or lose their gloss.,j
take of asphaltum. three ounces
boiled oil, four quarts ; burnt um
ber, eight ounces, and enough oil
of turpentine to thin. The three
first must- be mixed by the aid of
heat, and the turpentine gradually
added-out of doors and awa y
from fire-before the mixture has
cooled. The work-dry-is given
several coats, each being hardened
in a japanner's oven. The last
coat may be rubbed down, first
with tripoli applied on a soft cloth,
then with a few drops of oil.
Incokn ao,t aseti
In cooking a fowl, to ascertain.
whether it is done, put the skewer
A GOO)) DEED.
There is nothing so noble and
touching as a really spontaneous
set of gen.erosity. after all. The
other day a rough, careless-looking
stranger was walking up Mission
street, when he observed a lot of
hoodlums clustered round the gate
of a small farmhouse, in front of
which a poor woman was weeping
bitterly, surrounded by her ter
rified children. A scanty array of
household goods on the pavement
showed that it was a case of eject
'What are you abusing that
woman for ?' demanded the 'man
from below,' addressing an ill-fav
ored individual who was carrying
out the furniture.
=I ain't abusing her,' growled the
landlord ; 'she can't pay her rent,
'm going to bounce the whole
outfit, that's all.'
'I've a good mind fo bounce
you,' said the stranger. indignantly ;
-what's the amount she owes you ?'
'Here, take it out of that,' and
the angry man took out his wallet
and handed over a S100 green
The evicter respectfully turned
over a receipt and the change.
Forcing an additional 'V' on the
happy woman, the stranger walked
'Centric cuss, that,' said the
house- owner, looking after the
Bat the philanthropist said noth
ing until he turned the corner,
when he murmured softly to him
self as be put on a little more
-It's no use talking-virtue is its
own reward. I couldn't have got
ten another such chance to work
off that counterfeit in a year.'
[San Francisco Post.
The Americus Recorder tells this
story : As the south-bound train
was approaching Oglethorpe, a
lady asked a gentleman to extract
a cork from a bottle of medicine ;
the gentleman very politely agreed
to do it, but after trying his knife
and fingers without success, rose
and asked if there was a Baptist
preacher in the coach ; whereupon
the Rev. David Butler arose and
responded, 'I am a Baptist minis
ter, sir.' The gentleman, with
proper reverence, remarked that he
wished to borrow his cork-screw to
extract a cork for a lady. Dr.
Butler hauled it out and presented
it amid great hilarity.
RETORT ON 3.AMMA.--A little
shaver was rolling upon the floor,
and suddenly stopping and looking
up to his mother asked : 'Mamma,
who do you love?' She replied:
'I love papa and Jimmy and Minnie
and Lottie,' but she left the young
questioner out, allowing, of course,
that he expected her to name him
first, and possibly him only, and
then she waited to see what the;
effect would be. But he was not
disconcerted, as he at once rep lied,
very much to her surprise and as
tonishment : 'You are a bully kid
not to love yourself !'
A man may work twelve hours a
day for fifteen years on a morning
newspaper without taking a vaca
bion for the benefit of his health';
but should the same man get a'
position in one of the Government
Departments at Washington, where
bhey commence work at 9 o'clock
1. mn., and quit at 3 p. in., in less
than a year he would be so 'over
hvorked' and worn out that he
wvould want a six-weeks' holiday to
:ecuperate. It must be in the
A man in Westfield, Mass., re
3eived a letter from an Englishman,;
setting forth that his son had land- 1
ad in New York, and gone, he be
ieved, to 'a place called Texas.'
The father wanted to kno-v whether
t would 'be asking too much'
bo beg that his correspondent
r'un over to Texas, and learn;
wvhether the young man is there.
'Ned,' she said to him, pensively,
.i a tone implying total lack of
~onfidence in herself. 'I don't
hink I can ever be to you what
four first wife was. 'Great Mary,'
was the enthusiastic response, 'If I
;hought that I'd marry you to
He who is wvise will pursue some.
me desire ; for he that affects not .
)~ thina above nnothr. finds all
Sh er's noiner,
A Full, Fresh
Ladies', Men's z
These zoods wt're purcl'ased tmnder
are OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPUL.
May 11, 19-tf.
I AS.FST RECEIVED the
Largest and io!
that has ever beei; in the State, and
AT PRICES TO
St is of iidlese\ ^annel at 12.5 .
M's (Cvot A Li WOOL GuaI
Y outh's Suit? :45 to w!,ii
Boys' Suits 1.5, 82.i0, 82.50 to 15.
ALV, a Fmne Stock of TAYLOR'S
shades of Silve6 Tan, (hoeo?re and W!
I b;ve added a snoch of 'IINE ;
geut+Lian's outfit. GtuaranEed 1:ot to
I am stilt keeping
making the Finest
State. My Cutter 'i
styles as they mak
Samples sent on as
of (only!) French an
ways on hand.
On H-anid---WhTiite Di
Nobiyi Dusters~ a Spee:
W. C. SWA
Oct 20, 4mim. OL 1J~
MECHANICS' TOOLS of every descr
Wagon and Carriage Building and Tri
Circular Saws of all sizes furuished to
india Rubber and Leather Belting; mI
Lacing. Babbitt Metal, Machinery Oils
Lime, Cemeni, Pl.ster, Hair, Laths, Gi
i dow~ Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Sugar Cane Mills, Sugar Pans and Eva
Thireshers and Separators, Woven Wirt
Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters, Hloes, Axe
Solid Steel Ploughs of all kinds, Ploug
Coil. Wagon, WVell and Halter Chains,
Grain Cradles, Grain and Grass Seythe
Has the agency for the celebrated WA~
tre sold at reduced prices.
All goods guaranteed as represented.
orv city reference will have prompt and ca
Piedmont Seminary for Touni
A hig~h-eiams Schjool for Young Ladie
tt Spartanbuzrg, S. C., where aL tho0rough~ ei
ieat ion is guaranteed andi the best methot
md't te.xt bookS areC used(. Loentred in it
veJ-k nown1 Piedmont H 1ouse, one of 11I
nost c harming Summier resort., in the "u
The Course of St :dve cmnlrises the uso:
>ranehes tatught in'the be'st Female Co
ion1 ofE each pupil will h>e founda to be a sp<
palty of the Inst4itution, as well as goc
nid abunxdant food. and the refining ih
nlees of a Chri.stian home.
TElMS Prn sEsqloN OF TWENTY WEEKS:
Collegiate D)epairtment (includinlg FE
uidtiou~ in Latin and Friech). $:3 Interm<
liate. (giving a sound En glishi t raining).$2
'rimnary, S$e.50: Contingent Fee, 21.5(
loard (inemuding fuel, furniture, lights ani
etv ice). $53.
Pupils rece i ved at auny timue and charge
romn date of entrance.
If notifled in time the Principal will mci
muplle. at Columbiat a tew day's before th
-on11cuniemet oX each Ssion.
re-Circulars andu 1iteterecs canl be ol
ainedl at the Ofliee of THE NEWBIERRY IIEl
Present Se-sion end- June 17: Autum:l
lessioni beginis Septemiber 12.
J. IIENRY IIAGER, A.M.,
Spartanburg, S. C., Mar. 15, 1Nd. 11-Ui
CHIARLESTON, S. C.
This poputir and cci ra~v located Ilous
at the Osd and Ncted House,
in Columbia, S. C.,
nd Complete Line of
Lud Children's Shoes,
FINGS, OIL CLOTHS,
favorable auspices by an experiencei buyer, and
IR PRICES. Try them.
.EXIR. V CO.
Complete Stock of
SUIT TilE TDLIES!
a;nteedi at 81 .5.
CELEBRATED STRAW HATS. Maniilas in
JCI- OES. the article found to complete a
Ny) or break. If' they do, will be replaced by
Apr. 13, 15 tf.
up my beutafrtonlfos
<>plicattion. A full line
d English Suitings al
eck, and Fancy Vests and
TER AND DEALER IN
AND CUT LE,
~BIA, S. C.
ST VARIETY OF
,Files and Rasps of alkinds.
porators, Fan Mills.
for Screens, Bolting Meal, &c.
s, Hames, Shovels, Spades.
'i Steel and Iron, Back Bands.a
Tire, Band and Rod Iron.
i, &c., &c.
'T PLO UGHS and Ca.stings of all kinds, which
Drders accompanied with the money or satisfac
reful attention. Oct. 6, 41-tf.
SPARTANBURG CU, S. C,.
The P roprietors of this Celebrated Water. rt
C ng Place respetfullyV announCe that it will w
be' opened this Season on the 1st of May, ai
1 ndr the same management as last year.
]. TER\fS OF BOARD.
Per...da...................... 2 00 1
Per week.................. 2 00
- P er week for 2 weeks..... ...10 00
Per week for :: weeks......... 9 00
Per week for 4 weeks......... 8 00 m
CottagtCs to Rent-per tenement-of 3 at
.room-or i:e Season, 8:;0.0o Whole
4Cottages-6 rooms--for the Season,
Li V S peci:dl attenltion given to shipping gt
ithe W\acer. The Springs can be reached
t rem Spartanburg at lowest rates bylHacks.
May ii I N-tf Proprietors.
A. W. T. SIMMONS.
- This ciegant new Iiotel is now open for the
reccept:on of guests, and the proprietor wil
sparc no effort to give satisfaction to the
travellingr public. Good airy rooms, comn
fotbebd,teb, ffr,atni e, c nr
cormating bed ns, and e~ oeattie, cage do4
womaigb ther. un oee ,h24-tf.be
serh terl. ue9,2-f
Anack r Atil t
'Any Book or Article to
THE STUDY OF
The Lab,or of Years
the New % Indu<
Has Opened a STUDIO
Store for the
Having Taught this Method in tthe N
Ville, S. C.. now Otrers her Services and
& It is iunnossible to set forth ALL
Old System, in an AdVertiseiient. but il
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It i
It does away with years of drudgery.
It takes the Pupil almost imnediatel
continues the same throughout the whol
It is not a superficial method, but ap
out any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the edt
This Method is entirely different fror
An opportunity is olJrcil to all to gti
for Less Exp
4G3 Many of my Pupi;s in the Sou
which was gained at a nouinal oxpensc,
DOLLARS per Lesson.
This Method fulfils the maxim that "
ens life and increases usefulness."
Term s, 50 cr
a Books and Sheet Music wi
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, CA
Feb. 2:1, 8-tf.
perior to a
E. UI. Christian.
R. WV. Boone.
M. A. Caruisle.
G. WV. HIolkmid.
Mrs. E. F. B!ease.
G. W. Garmnany.
The Springs can be had at J. 0. Il
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SH
AND FOR SALE BY W. T.
am manufacturing three styles of S
to defy aH competition. No famil:
erson out of employment after readii
No. L. Style,
akes thecStitch directly
:>m two spools, is war
ited to do the whole
oge of' family sewing
ith the greatest ease
id most perfect man
~r, and sells
'or - - S815. -C
No. 3. Style,
akes at will either the Lock-stitch,
d is the finest Sewing Machine ever
EVERY MACHINE IS W.
Sewiug Machine Agents and others
ge in a profitable business. Seud f<
The Patent Foiling
Apr. 6, 14-um.
CNE DOLLAR A YEAR.
'UR MobTHLY is a mgaZiue devoted to gen
I and religious reading. Its contains 24
blde column pages. and every endeavor will
made to taake it worth the money.
very charitably inclined person should sub
bie for it, ats the entire subscript ion is devoted
he support of the orphans in the
TIaINwer rOrPANrA e
US IC SDIPLIFIED.
tCQeIcl)Iish( i Wi eek by
tive" M (ethod for the
over R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
Reception of Pupils.
orth with Unparalleled Strccess : also in Green
the Method to the CITIZENS OF NEWBERRY
THE ADVANTAGES this Method has over the
tvite all interested to Call at the Studio, or Send
s so Simp!e that even a Child of F.ive Years can
v into the Science of Musical Compositions, and
e Course of Instruction.
plies to all Music precisely as it is written, with
Ieated class of the community.
,i the Old System.
t -a Ilusicr( Education in a short timie and
cnse than cver before.
th are now successfully Teaching this Method,
while my expense for Tuition atone was FOUR
Vhatever shortens the road to learning, length
ts. Per Lesson.
it be Furnished on Moderate Terms.
LL ON OR ADDRESS,
MRS. W. H. CLARK,
Newber:ey, S. C.
v. 21, 187G. No. IS44S.
undersigned1, now using the TWIN SPR.ING
), mnanufactured by
M. ZOBEL & CO.,
S. C , take pleasure in statrg; that they are su
ly we have ever used.
T. C. Pool. WV. T. Tarrant.
S. F. Funt. James McIntosh.
J. 0. Hlavied. Jimus E. G hapman.
WV. WV. lIou-ea. G. (. DeWalt.
W. UI. Wallace. Z. P. Mo.=es.
D. WV. T. Kibler. A. WV. T. Simmons.
U. B. Whites. Ri. L. McCaghrin.
AVffRD'S, andl at the Furniture~ Stores in
Mar. 16. 1881-ll1-tf.
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 W~ood Doors, Patent WXood Grate,
Adjustable Da'mper, Intc eam:geable Auto
matic Shef, Broiling Door, Swinging Hearth
Plate, Swinging Flue-Stop, R~eversible Gas- c
Burning Long Cross Pice, Double Short
Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Fire
D~oors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, etc.
U2nequaled In Material, in Finish, and in
EPPARD & CO., Baltimore, Md.
WRIGHT, Newberry, S. C.
ewing Machines anld selling them at such r
y need be without a Machine, and so a
ig this P
EXTRAORDINA RY !! !
No. 2. Style,
a st~rictly first-class Shut
-tIe Machine is warrant- g
ed to do the samie work
as the Singer and to be
a Sunerior Machine in
every respect. 1fo
Priec, - L'>.
"The Triune, stt"
lhain-stitch or Spiral Embroidery s i
invented. Price, $30.
AERANTED FOR 3 YEARS
will find this a grand opportunity to en
>r Cir-cular and Terms to L
Manufacturer of L
l'able and the latest Styles of Sewing L
chine Cabinet Work. Ar
No. 645 NORTH BROAD STREET, t
IfTRETIflE ON THE HORSE
C2onta iig an "Index of Diseases," which
gves the symptoms. ea-use, and the best or
*treatment (of eacn ; a table giving all the i
principal drugs used for the horse, with the Sta
ordin~crv do~.e, elfeets, and antidote when a rat
Columbia & tuieenville Raiira
-\SSEN:l-:I I Ik itDfi- INT.
C':t.U i:IA. C...111:"e 3+t . ISI1.
(1n :Ind alf-r i Tihur.day,.Jui:e :i .th, :, ti
PA>.'ENG [I-l TitilUNo, w ill runi a- hierewith i:
dicated pon thisi road and itr br: r:cles.
Daily. excet SLiday..
No. 42. LP PASSE ( li.
Leave Coluibiu.A - - - 11. a
" A!,ton. - 12.8 p
S Newvberry. - - - - 1.-" p
" od-'es, - - - 3 43 p
" Belton. - - - - 4..; p
Arrive Greeiville. - - - - F.19 p
No. 43. DOWN PASSENG ER.
Leave Greeuville. - - - 1t'.: a
Belton. - 11.57 a
Hodges, - - 1 12 p
Newberry. - - - 3.S p
A!'ton. - - 4.16 p:
Arrive Co!umbia,F - - 5.5 p
SPAfRTANBURG, UNION & COLUMBIA RAILEOA I
No. 42. UP PASS ENG E R.
Leave Alston, - - - - 120pr
e Strother. -12.1 p
" Lyles Ford, - - - - 1.'Spt
" Shelton. - - - - 1.19pt
"Fish Dam. - - - 1.4) p
" Santu. - -p
" uion. - - - - .
" .loniesville. -. ~
' P:co!et, - - -- - ;:.iii p z
SSpanrt.inurg. S. U. & C. Depot B$. p i
Arrive ia,ug it. &). D !ot : 4.1:3 , 1
\u4.DO V PASSENGERt.
Leave artna.;rt. . ..De,ut, I 12 10 p t
Sl.ii t:Ia:b' ; U. & c1. 1)lo.(i p n
I-. . - - - 1.8 p n
ue; ide. - - - 2.1 p n
antc - -:..? p n
S1Dam - - 3.19 p 1
Shlto. - - -3.37 p n
Lyles Ford, - 3-6. i
Strother D - - 4.. p in
Arrive :t-artn . - 4.3 p n
LAUr. R &ILeOAD.
L eave M.b - - - 3S p r
Arrive .t Laurens C. H. - - .45 p
Leave Laurens c. IL, - - - 8.30 y in
Arrive at Dcberry, - - - 11 3. p n
Leave Ilodes. - - 3.47 p n
Arrive at Abbeville. - - 4.3G p m
Leave Abberille. - - - - 12.15 p n
Arrive at Hodges. - - - - 1.05 p m
BLUE RIDGE I:AILROAD AND ANDIE:ON
Leave Belton at. 5 0 p m
'- Anderson 4~ pm
iPendleton 6.1 p n
Leave Seneca C, 7. J p m
Arrive at Wavll a - 4 p :
Leave Wahallat, - - - 2 p in
Leave Seneca D, 5 a n
" Pendleton, - - 10.30 a i
e Anderson, - - 11.12 a
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.4 a m
On and after the above date, through car
will be run between Columbia and Henderson
yile without change.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad frnim Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western -North Carolina.
C. With Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Rail
way for Atlanta and all points South
D. With Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line I:ail
vay from Atlanta and beyond.
Wriet Wiliton, Colm -i and 4 Augst
Rnailrafr Wilminbove da, theoth.cr
Withberu berlte, Columbia and Hendesot
Rale iloa fchange. an te orh
A. With Ab~1 South Carobina Railroad o hr
I.With Wilmigon, Coaumia ai Rousa
Raroadhromiito and beynd
Which harlot intes atra Columbia.Auut
Railroa fro hrY,otterinndeont
South Arhelinae &RSpartanbr Roman.oa
C.WthAn at and harott Air PasineRil
Trisaryti o llt rn aslfopos oun
tEl fWthr Rice:n avll alod
Leave lagtn Columbia and Augusta
rrvaCilro for Wimno 10.4 the Not.
Withe CarlsoteCuia and. (; A.gust
R ailoat for Chrot an the5 North.
froi C harlottea at nd byn. 1.i .
whch lfeen miCutesbfastrtthan.Columbia
J.v Cme W.tFRY,.Superintendent
~riA.u,Gnea assenger 3gn.2P..
Southe Carlelinat Railroa CoP.ny.
PON ~S AILEXCR EPARTMEN.
Onav Aundt aft Ma5, 88, Aenge
Learve Columbia at - - - 6.00 P. M.
*Arriengr evn oubao Charlesto-t--- 01 .M
Le Baeiil t ec Charlesto n at .55 A. M
Arriver Columbia at 5.- P. - 0.5A.M
WA NRIGHT ENDPSSEN R
GOING EAST DAILY.P SNAs
'Leave Columbia at -~ - 9 .30 P. M.
Arrive Augusta at - - - - 7.20 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - 6.55 P. M.
GOING WEST DAILY.P SNAs
.eave Charleston at - - . 5 A. M.
Leave Augusta at..-.-..-..-.7...
L.rrive Columbia at - - . 5.30 A. M.
OPassengbia leavisng Coumigh orChrles
.ons un hsetaiys ll haer Ton chaily cars
Se)i, o Couba are attacedP.oM.h
eavebia Cohmbistot and -ugust.0 P.M
trre odhoafrom aStaton -t o.3e A.rM.
ea1oe Charlott- - Cou-i a.nd AP.M
uea Augusa at Chrlt- Junction P.)M
.tn rrivina Columbia at 1-0.3 A. M.
n ev Columbia ativision I. \'g topres
roas runt only allothe ransA Cales
eptay Sundat y;alo ih tae
rn-Augstanviion an pintsger STrains
Sieind with Saveanahd Charlet
roess Toralls-beis onuyt.5-ewn
'onucii, Carlestone and Augusta. wit
aturdiay .ad unas rontr taioadto
rsodand from all pons StatinsWet.o is
ayhooni ticketsurnb Connctioslt mall
ointr od1 and harlt, byaplyian Au
a.n ari.n ]SaUtE,et Columba mt0.5 . M
nDlevig C.mi atLEN00P.&., n
JOmN al pints Gnethra SueiteChae.
TosTday s and ray;al,thSemer
mr Jacsonvile tondh pontas WStsJoh
ernr Norwi h a lna.n halso
-eorgiaNRilrO an COrLMBIlrAd to
ndnfrom afle onday,ut and Wst.ISI h
Thouigh Scets wiln be iuchased thesll
D.OC. TALLNO. 1. .A
JON .PEK,Gnea Superintende.....8 0. n.
Trov Tourstsnd.. ealth-..eeker. ~
erin. North.Caroli..2-5p .
SpHEILLEurgSPARTANBURG0 . R.
Onc andlener Mondaye.May..16th, p.8 the.
DON OwAN TNNO. 1OAI'
ave IIendrsonvhile... .. ..800 a. r.
-rive at Alston.............1.25 a. mn.
UP TRAIN NO. 4.
ave Alston.. . ... ...........1.00 p. m.
Union..................215 p. m.
ny 'tSpartanug...........00 p. m.
ive ati Hendesoncilse.........o .7.t p.s m.
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stating what business they have been en
.gaged in. None but those who mean busi
ness need apply. Address
FINLEY, ARVEY & CO..
Nov. 17, 1880-47-2y. Atlanta, Ga.
Preserve Your Old Books!
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Book Manufacturer
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tain be at bmanne te ae e: n
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