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The business Of puryraisIng;
a small industry, but one which 1
ean be made a profitable and pleas
ant pursuit. -To the housewifeVit
more appropr.atly belogs, and it
is to be. Tegretted that the good
women of-the south pay so little
ragard to it. The bead of a fauiy
who is under Ip necessity of sup
plying eggasid chicketis for the
taW0, d .ome year- - is
prepared to estimate the aid which
a frgal housewife may afford, by
paying proper attention to the
poultry yard. There is no one who
whether in town, city or country,
raise a sufficiency of chickens4d
eg t e tlie wants of an ordin
ary family, an many,may go far
ther and reg]ize a surplus which
would help to supply other necessi
There is nothig prettier than a
Ilock of well selected and well fed
chickens, as they gather with afei
tion about the kindly housewife for
their moiing end e'ening meals;
tnd'it is surely a source of pride
and.-gmatiBctiou when the lady Of
the house adds~to'herI deran
abundance of freshIlE fid eggs.
She who thMaidher husband is
a real charac of rial worth, most
qlah guished above the flip
pasu, thoughbdes or zegfigent wo
man who take no practical views of
what they may or ought to do.
.,is true that method, care and
industry are esseitial to success in
this auslfar' pursuit, but the r'e
id tfee all this is sure and pleas
ant. We, therefore, invite the la
dies of Georgia, generally, to con
"Gi.rtiV8jee6 a k aa e an ear
nest experiment in this line. One
of, the mot practical introdtory
6tiilsis thd selection of improied
breed& but none should delay a be
ginning. ho are able even to pro.
cure a supply of the ancient stock
who served ouriathers and, mothers
well before the~ incorporation of
the improve breeds k,es Europe,
Asia and the islands of the bea.
Ilm-rOx or7 C'jaJWa MaUREqs.
-In summing up the advantages
of a systematic rotation of crops,
the supply of manure that can be
obtained in the resdlproduce of
the feed provided for animals in
the course of cropping, and the ul
timate profits that may be derived
frqm~ the manure when applied to
tihoil must'not escape attention,
athey are matters of great practi
cal importance. From the wide
variations observed in the action of
farmad manures on different
soils, we cannot decide upon any
standard that will enable us to de
termine their absolute value, in
piromoting the growth of crops.in
any given case. For example, a
dressing of manure on a heavy soil
would not produce precisely the
me results-that would be obtained
by the same manure on a light soil,
and the different effects observed
in the two cases would be stil fur
4ber complicated by variatins
Pa,rising front paisliariies of sea
mono. The direcimethod of experi
mentation f Eyrdeteriningthe abso
- le value of manures, which would
at firet aightbe suggested cannot,
therefore,- -from the complex con
-ditions in~Isve&, be-applied with
any'prospect of success.
It will be readily seen from what
b ag alrebdy been presented, that a
- sriety of eropagrown in succession
.u tenda to ecepomize the elements
of fertility in the soil so that the
greatest igregte return for nat
ural productiveness, or for ma
nures applied would be obtained;
while the continuous growth of a
single crop would result in the
waste 'of some of the valuable con
stituents of the soil which are not
in a form available for it, but
which could be made use of by
other crops-Ds. MuEs, in A meri
can Agriculturist f'or January.
ters of a pound of flour, one quart
of molasses one foprth of apound
of butter, one ounce of saleratus
- and one onnesof ginger.
-It-is'never ibest to overdue econ
sy by letting hogs or geese hab
iually eat the grass in the front'
Red costumes, red jackets, and
red hats are worn together.
One ostrich'eg makes a meal
for ihme nersons.
Dr. Felton, who aspires to bei
Georgia's Mahone, will open his C1
campaign at Augusta on the 31st.
It does not always follow that a CI
man is a sculptor because he chis
els his tailor out of a suit of clothes. CL
There are twenty-one contested
election cases in the U. S. House. C1
Of these nearly all are from the
Some fifteen new buildings, most
of them large, are now going up CI
rapidly in the burnt district at
Edgefield. . C
For opening a letter written by
his wife to her father, an Ohio man C]
has been bound over in $500 to ap
pear before the grand jury. C]
The Mormons expect 1,500 con
verts from London next month, CJ
comprisiag a number of families
and about 300 unmarried women. C1
Mr. Kimball, the director-general 8
of the Atlanta Cotton Exposition,
says that twenty-seven exhibitors
are going to establish factories at
It is said that nearly half of the
strength of the Presbyterian
church in the United States is in
the States of Pennsylvania and
An Omaha railroad man got for a
Christmas present a silver locomo
tive thirteen inches long, made at
a cost of $500 and a perfect minia
ture in every detail.
New York has a monkey boom.
The connecting links sell at from
$8 to $25, and there is a growing
demand for them by people who F
dote on mischievous pets.
The Mrs. OvrAeld fund, which
amounts to $881,891 T2, has been A
invested in United States four per
iiW registered bonds The amount -
received for Mrs. Garfield, the F
elder, $1,120 25, has been paid to
The Paterson (N. y.) Locomotive Af
Works have turned out 500 en
gines, valued at $5,000,000, with
in the past year, and from orders
alreadj on hand it is estimated that o
the number. next ~year will reach "
600, or nearly two a day.
Thr Mormon Tabernacle at Salt
Lake City, which has been twenty
eigt years in process of o S
tion, and is not yet completed,
has granite walls nine feet four
inches thick, is 250 feet in diameter,
and seatsa12,000 persons.
It was proposed to turn the Cal
ifornia penitentiary into a tannery,
but, as it appeared that such a
move would seriously interfere
with the business of regular leather S'
manufacturers, the convicts are to
be employed in making jute bag
Two women called on a Maine
dentist simultaneously, one to have 9
all her teeth extracted, and the
other only three. The dentist
mistakenly put the latter under
the influence of ether, and rendered an
her toothless. A jury will esti
mate the damage. I
Minniel Brooks, a Chicago whiteU
woman drew public attention to
herself a year ago by turning her '
beer garden into a religious meet.-F
ing house, and taking the lead in
revival meetings held therein. She j
has now become conspicuous anewJj
by marrying a negro.
The Spring meeting of the South
Carolina Jockey Club, at Washing
ton Course, Charleston, will com
mence on Wednesday, February B.
1st, and continue for four days.
The programme embraces a series
of sixteen races, for which purses
aggregating $2,800 have been of- I
Mr. Timothy 0. Howe neverer
sould see. anything wrong aboutt.
nepotism when he was in the ci
'Senate, and he has taken the
earliest opportunity of showing wh~
that he feels the same wiay still.
His first act after becOming Post
master-General was to appoint his a
son chief elerk of the department.
Rev. Richiard Cain, colored, Bish.
op of Louisiana, and wife have
brought suit in the United States
Circuit Court at San Antonio
'against the Galveston, Houston
and Louisiana Railway for $20,000
damages, on the ground of being
refused the privilege of riding in a
first-class car, after the company a
had sold them first class tickets. C
Lord Byron's statue at Misso-' '
lunghi was unveiled with solemn _
ceremony the other day. A funeral,L
service was performed, and then
the clergy and civic authorities, E
headed by trumpeters, walked in pe
procession to the site of the statue, will
The prefet said, in a voice loud
enough for all to hear: 'Let the
veil fall ! Let us uncover the
statue of the grand martyr of our
holy revolution !-the grand bene- Wb<
factor of Greece !' The trumpets all a
then sounded, and National airs 14
were pled by the military hands. a
OTHING. 31 L, KI
,OTHING. ColU BI
Wthb the Larcest an
OTHING. L0 TI
'OTHING. GENT FURNIS
,OTHING. To Be Found i
JOTHING. To all of which he
.j0THING.-M b K
ep. 28, 39-tf.
Has employed a Cutl
ee in his CUSTOM j
dal, who will, with hi
lish out of his garm
e most fastidious.
OREIGN AND DOI
SUITS, $25 AN:
ug. 24, -tf.
PLES. ORANGES. BANA.NAS. I
PEARS. POTATOES. C
il supply of goods in season always on bai
dIed and purchasers can therefor4
r Prompt attention given to orders.
0. B.AR '
57 & 59 Market Street,
t. 5, 40-Sm.
Dry Goods, e
There is now in Stock at i
4iver's Corner, ir
A Full, Fresh and
D RY G
Ladies', Men's and
These goods were purchased under favora
FFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR PR
May 11, 19-tf.
~ed the Plant and the
Send for Circular Showin
LUGH & SONS, Sole
20 South Dela'm
103 South Street
Jan. 26, 4-st..
Ths choalways take a<dvan
tgofe good chance o mak
ing thenrt stt ae buoper e
yeew ntnt hse who do
i evs t A y e can d o the wr rpr
,or only yor ar reoments. Ful
eAddress svissox' . Co., Portlnd,
A SUPERIOR LOT OF
Always on band at a
. TAYLOR'S REPOSITORY, ~
w M. Foot & Son's, on opposite side. -.
all and look at them. For sale by
AYLOR & CLINE.
r. 9, 10-?y.
ERY STABLE NOTifE.
aving leased the Livery Stables from tl
H. H. Blease, the subscribers take h
sure in informing the public that they
keep FIRST CL ASSg
re they will be able to accommodate ~
rho favor them with their patronage.
ElSrwm &r nDICniRT.
A, S. C., CLOTHING.
WINTER CLOTHING. 3
d Best Stock of
El ING CLOTHING.
i the State. CLOTHING.
invites attention. CLOTHING.
er of much experi
g son, noted for the
ents, 4e O,le to please
T LINE OF
Peanuts a Specialty.
EMON& COCOANUTS. RAISINS.
id. No Commission or Auction Goods ban
depend upon first class stock.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ahe Old and Noted House,
i Columbia, S. C.,
Complete Line of
GS, OIL CLOTHS,
ble auspices by an experienced buyer, and
[CES. Try them.
EX'OR. k CO.
Plant will Feed yon.
g Guaranteed Analysis.
rare Ave., Philadelphia.
A nice assortmnent of CROCKERY and
~LASSWARE just received and for sale by
W. T. WRlIGHT,
Who still has only a few of those CHEAP
TOVES left. Call quick if you want one.
Who still continues to carry on the TIN
KTSINESS in all its branches, and keeps a
ll line of .E
['inware and Stoves.
And last, though not least, who will do
I the ROOFING, GUTTERING and other ff
OB WORK he can get, jut ascheap as he i
in afford it. Mar. 23, 47-17. n
Election is Over. I
Now go and hear the votes counted at 54
LARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art ii
forks that have ever been ext,ibited in r
'ewberry, are on exhibition. And while 8<
ere sit for your picture, and take to your
oes some of their superior photographs. te
We warn you that delays are dangerous: C
ere it is too late.
Mr. W. H. Clark feele confident, after an -
cperience of fifteen years, that he can
oduce a class of work that will please
d give perfect satisfaction. I
opying old pictures and enlarging to<
y desired side, also reducing to the
nallest, a specialty.
For style and quality of work, refers to. dc
e editor of this paper. CLARK 'BSO'S.
No. in, 48-t e
i GRAD MI(
ME STUDY OF M
['he Iabor of Years A.c4
the New Inductil
las Opened a STUDIO ov
Store for the Re,
Having Tanght this Method ia the North
ille. S. C., aow Offers her Services and the
ir it is irK)ssihie to set forth AT,L TIT]
1 system, in an Advertiftment, but invite
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so
It does uway with years of drudgery.
It takes the Pupil almost mmdia I in
Dntlnues the sams tbroughout the whole G(
It is not a superficial method, hut applie
utany change whatever.
It co meda Itself at once to the odueatA
Tlhis=leho is entirely dilfferent from thi
In opportunity is ofered to all to gain a
for Less &pens"
AW Many of my Pupils in the South S
1ich was gained at a nominal expense, wb
'OLL&RS per Lesson.
This Method ftl4ls the maxim that 'Who
ns life and increases usefulness."
Verxms, 50 ct
iir Books and Sheet Music will
FOR FUaTRER PARTICULARS, CALL
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
Iaggy 5' Fancy ./irticles.
Wholesale and Retail
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Prescriptions compounded with accuracy
nd nicety at all bours.
The Prescription Clerk's bed room up
tairs over Fant & Whirter's Grocery Store,
ront room. Jul. 27, 30-tf.
WMtcaes, CZocks, Jewelry.
ATHES AND JEWELRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCiIES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Siver and Plated Ware,
rleLIN AND GUITAR STEINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDINS AND BiRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orde.rs by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and.prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
W. B. CIsE Suerntendent.
~dSto Phosphate Cr@j)anyb
CHARLESTON, S. C.
- ANUNT~CrURERS OX
idisto Aeid Phosphate,
Cdisto Ash Element,
idiste Amnmonlated Fertilizer,
idIsto Ground Bone,
Ld Importers of German
Ianufactured to Order.
CAR LOAD LOTS DELIVERED FREE
ON BOARD CARS.
Any quantity delivered' free on board
essel at Company's works.
J. B. E. SLOAN,
EASURER AND GENERAL AGENT,
At Office of J. B. E. Sloan-& Son.
Jan. 12, 2-8m.
Are the Easiest,
Safest and Best in
For Sale by Dr. W. E. IELHAX.
Patents for Inventions.
W. A.'DB.RSON. ,1. C. ARTIH.
ANDERSON & SMITH,
No: 700 Seventh Street, Washington, D. C.
unles patent sallowed, eesstha
Zraton se freeo chre Refeeces
rnshed upon request. Sep. 21, 38-tr.w.I.
id Patent Solicitors, 617 Seventh Street,
ashngton, D. C., for instructions. Rea
ley. We attend excusvel to Patent
siness Rteisnes, Interfernces and as
iitd ripon receit of mode or sketch
tCommssioer 0f Patets, also toref
nnmissoners. Established 1866.
Sep. 21, 38-tt.w.l.
fEniness now betere the public?
tiTon. can make money faster a3
workt foro uthan at an hin le
he indust , en omen boy an
d wntei everyhere twokfr us.
the wort No one can il to make enor
adruts fre.neymade es
USIC S,t1PLIFIED. d
.omnplished in Weeks by
re Method for the NI
D O R G-.A N* k
er R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
eption of Pupils. 1A
with Unparalleled Success; also in Green
Method to the CITIZENS OF NEWBEltY
E ADVANTAGES this Method has over the
all interested to Call at the Studio, or Send
Simple that even a Child of Five Years can 1A
to the Scienoe of Musieal Compositions, and
nirse of 1nistructiou.
to all Mualc precisely as it is written, with
0d class of the community. A
Muwsical Pducation in a short time and 1A
tAan ever before. T
re now successtully Teaching this Method.
Ile my expense for Tuition alone was FOUR
tever shortens the road to learning, length- A
i. Per Lesson.
e karnihed on Moderate Terms.
ON OR ADDRESS. ~L
iW. W. H. CLARK, 1
Newberry, S. C.
J. N. Robson & Son, A
AND DAZPAa jX
68 EAST BAY. D
CsarLxqroN, November, 9 188r.
At the commencement-of aother b;si
ness year -we acknowledge withplesure F
the patronage and confidence of our plant
RMBS'S CQTTON AN 00L rERI ZER,
RCBSCIIS COUP= ACID PHSPHATE, G
have given very gratifying atisfetkCn. Our H
Cotton and Corn Fertilizer:is of the -highest
standard. It contains among other valua
ble ingredients S per cent. of Ammonia, 1i W
per cent. of Potash, 16 per cent. of %vaila.
ble Phosphate. Having been among the
first to introduce Guano in this State, we -
can confidently refer to our planting frieinds
that- during the seriej of years we have sold
then; Manures we have always given a pure
article. Every Manure is tested. We of
fer the above -Fertilizers for cash, time or T
Planters ordering immediately will be 4
looed -to the lot of April to decide which
they prefer, cash or time. -An order for a L
carload of ten toss will be sent free of dray-A
age, for a less amount $1 per ton will beA
Nor, 17, 46--Sm.
FOR A LL. *1
TO SELL A HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE. 2
T HE poor as well-as the rich, the old as
well as the young, the wife as well as
the husband ,th you maiden as well as .
the young nian the gilas well as the boy, -
nay .1ua aaw l iuarn asew dollars in hon
est-emploment, as to sit around the house to
and wait or others to earn it for them. We a
can give you employment, all the time, or U
dluring your spare hours only; traveling, or
i yr ow neigbrho.among your9
care for employment, we can impart valna- I
ble information to you tree of cost. It will. I
cost you only one cent for a Postal card to
write for our Prospectus, and it mybe the L4
means of naaking you a good many dollars. [a
Do not neglect this opportunity. You do Al
not have toinvesta lag sum of mony
and run a great risk or osing it. You will Tr
readily see that It will be an easy. matter.to.c
make frm 810 to $100 a week, and establish
a lucrative, andl inlependent business, hon- ru
orable, straightforwr and profitable. At
tendto-this matter NOWforthere isMUONEY ~
IN IT for all who enge with us. We will (C
surprise you and you wil wonder why you .
never wrote to us before. WE sEND FULL U
PAIriCLa BUCMKEY M'F'G CO.,d
(Name this paper.) MamION, OHIO. E
sep. 21, 38-6m. 3
Preserve Your Old Books!
E. R~. STOKES, 3
Blank Book Manufacturer "
Has moved opposite tire CIty Hall, where
he Is fully prepared, .with first-elass work
men, to do all kinds of workin lbi line. E
BLANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern ~
and bound in any:style deird
My facilities and long acquaintance~ih
the business enable me to guarantee sadisfac
tion on orders for~ Bank ~Books, Railroad
Books, and Books for the use of Clerks of
Court, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in
Eut,and other County Officials.
Paphlets, Magazines, Music, Newspapers
and Periodicals, and all kinds of publications
bound on the most reasonable terms and in
the best manner.
All orders promptly attended to.
Main Street, opposIte New City Hall,
Oct. 8, 41--r. Columbia., .
S. P. BOOZER & SON'S
FIRE INEIRANE AEGIdNY
NEEWBERRY, 8. C. 4
Representing the following strong and
reliable Companies, for many years in the
Agency of the late Maj. W. F. Nanee, to
Liverpool and London and Globe Insur
Insurance Company of North America,
Continental Insurance of New York.
Star Insurance of New York.
TOTAL ASSETS oTER $4.O,000.N
Lar?g'fcilities for,Insuranc, against,
Fire ory all kinds of property.
The Insurance of Earm Property a ape
cial feature in out, Agency.
Liberal and prompt s'ettWm,-mnts guaran
ieed. -Sep. 14, 33-:6m.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRT, S. C.
Oct. s5, 4--tf.
week in your own town, $5 Ou?t
fre o rs. Eveybn e. Cap
rtnes. La4ies mak asa ase mea -o
grapy all te ime you work,wrltl)
Cor. ..7th, IML.
)naaer d ,I; the
LSSENGENT willrfras it -
ated upon this road and Its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
are Columbia,A - - a 11.20 a m
Alston, - - - - 26 p
Newberry, - - - - 1pr
nety-Six - - - - - .1 p m
Hodges, - - - 346 p m
Blton, - - - 4.8 p a
rie Greenville, - - - - 6.36 p a
No. 56. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Greenville, G- - a- 1.8
" . Belton. . - 1157am
" Hodges, - - 114 p m
nety-Slx, - -.- p m
6 9ewberry, - - - 3* p m
" Alston, - - 4.46 p m
riveColumbia,F - - 55 p m
".TANBUaG, UNION & OOLUXI1A RAILoAD.
No.52. UP PASSENGEL.
ave Alston, - - - 1. p
' Strother, - 1.45pm
' Shelton. - 2.81 p a
Santue, - - - - - 3.48 p m
Uuion, - - - - 4.4pm
Jonesville, - 5.38 puM
-riV Spartauburg, R. & D. Depot, E 7.06 p e
No.55. DOWN PASMER.
ave S'partainburg, R.& D. Depot, B 1267 p in
Spartauburg; S. U. & U. pot.6 1.13 p i
4 Jonesville, 0- - 2 np
Union. - - - 2.3pm
Sautuc. - - - 268pm
Shelton, -- - .p
SStrotber, - - . - 4.0p a
Ire at Alston. - - - 4.36 p m
.Newberry, - - - - 8.56 p m
riveatLaurens C. H., - 6.10 p m
aye Laurens C. H., "- - - 12.50pm
rive at Newberry, 3.08 Ipm
ave Hodges, - - 856pm
rivest, Abeville, 4A ps
aye Abbeville, - - - - 12.15 p m
rrive at Hodges, - - - 1.0 p m
L.T ZoIV RAILrOA-7: AND AXDEEROX
%ve Belton i, p M
' Anderson 6.82 p m'
' Pendleton .9 p :mI
2ve Seneca C, 7.u p m
rrive at Walballa 7.35 p M
Sve vaihalls at, - - 9.25 a m
ave Seneca D, 9.58 a M
" Pendleton, - . 10.31 a m
" Anderson, - - 11.12 a m
rive at Belton, - . 11.47 a m
With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia snd Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
W.rints North thereof.
W' Charlotte, Colambia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlot.te and all points
With Asheville & 8partan Rail Road
for points ia Western.No Carolina.
With A. & C. Div. JL.A D. .R., from all
pints Son'b and West.
Wlth A. & C. Diy., R. & D. E t., from At%
lnta and beyond.
With A. & C. Div., R. * D. R. R., froze all
. iltl South and West.
WI South Carolina aroad for Charles
With Wilmingn, Columbia and Austa
Railroad foWili andtheNorth.
With Charlotte, Colaia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and theNorth.
With. Asheville & S a Ailroad
from Hendersonv .l I.
With A. & C. Div., . & . E. E.,
Charlotte aud beyond.
Standard Time used is Washing , D. C,
21ch is fiteen miutus faster than
/ T. X. R. TALCOTT, Gen. Ma.na.
J. W.-PEY, Superiaendent.
L Poa, General PaeuserAvnt.
uth ClaroHtas Eihoad Coempasy.
CHANGE OF SOMMUM'
Dw and aftec December1, 181, Passeger
-ans this road will run as follows un
GotG EAsT, ,(DAILY Excxpr suDAys.)
!ve Columbia at - - - 6.00 P. M.
rrve Camden at - - -- - 8.15 P. K.
crive Charleston at - .-10.36 P. K.
GOING WEST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDA$.)
tave Charleston at - - 6.30 A. K.
myeo Camden at - 7.40 A. M.
dtIve Columbla at - --11.60 A.M.
WAY FREIT AND. PAENUEE.
GoING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDA Ys.
,eave Columabia at- - - 4.65 A. K.
erIve Camden at - - - 1.10 P. K.
rrive Auguista att - - - 1.38 P. M.
ire Charleston at; -. - 1.(d P. X.
GoING 'WEST DAILY ECKSrr aJNDAYTS.
,ave Charlestona at -.- 8.15 A. K.
ye Agusta at - - - - 7.00 A. M.
TieClmi t- - - 4.5P. M.
Pssengera leavn Columbaor Cha.rles
Snthstri 11 have to change cars
Branehville to reach Charleston'at 1.6? .
, or Colombia at gJ2P. K.
GOING EAST DAILY.
ave Columbia.at5 . . 9.30 P. M.
dive Augutaat.- -e - - 7.5 A. K.
Tive Charleston at - - - 6.5 A. K.
'GoING WEST DAILY.
ave Charleston at - - - - 8.16 P. M.
rV ?nye Augu ta se-4-- - 445 P..M.
vieClmi t-. -5.10 A. N.
)n Colombia Division Night Express
alns run daily; aH other Trains daily ex
)n Augusta Dilvision all Passenger Trains
leping Car are attacbed to Night
rss Trains-berths only.$1f,0-between
lumbla, Charleston and Augusta.. On
trdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
e sold to and from all StationS at one first
s fare for the round trip, good till Mon
y noon to return. Connections made
Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
lroad and Charlotte, Columbia and Au
ata Railroad. at Charlotte Junction by
sin arriving at Colnmbia at 1100 .A. N.
dieavln Columbia at 6.00 P.M., to and
>m all point on both Roads' At Charlee.
a with Steamers 1br New Yolt on Wed
edaysand Saturdays; also, with steamer
r .Jscksouvlle and points on St. John
verand with Savannahi and Chiarleston
ilroad to alu points South.'
oneeou are maeat A with
d frm all points South and West.
.'hrogh tickets can be plisdto all
Ints South and West, byapying to
A. B. DESAUSCZ,Aet, Columbia.
D. C. ALLEN, G. P.R T. A.
ron B. PECK, General Superintendent.
@ohug for Men orB?ys
to ordr, do not fdto
send. ?or our Caoge
L A. SCOTT, Agent, Newberry, S. C.
(Direct Importation.) .
Direct from the Agent of the Peruvian
(& to 8 per cent. Ammonia.)
va Scotia Land Plaster.
(Fine ground and hlgr adfe.)
or ale by
CIAELSTON, S. C.
P A TENTS.
reign Paet,Weshington, D. C. All
anen nn edwith: Patents, -Whether
ore -1e Patent 04ce or the Courts,
iptly attended to. No charge maen a
THE 3W E THE CMOM..'
The handsomest and most moa@
LARGE ARM MACUEg
AOMM UtSIL o$RIW 11!56
By applying personally at th neares of
fAce of THE SDMGER MANUFAOTUEING
Co. (or by postnl ird if at a diance) any
ADULF person will be-prisented with a bee.
tiully tillustrazed'dopy of NLew .Book-jati
containing a hand6one and costly steel -
graving frontispiece ; also, 28 fibely ib
t-' .*tt)6* -E04660b
rate blue and gold lithographed covel. ,No
charge whatever is made -for thisbasdome
book, which can be obtAneA on4y ,byappHi
cation at the branch an'd subordinate offde
Of The Stger anufactfri g Co.
TilE StilEl UANMURIII C6..
(A 1edle, met a DRINkr)
bep.St ~-w.i~-wm Do
help, crror5 prorentestm
,betoe you seep. ?inka..
A TRIAL OP N
WLL CLEALY sAlelE,
BIX ESPEC LPINTS OF EXEL6CE.
st-It is the esarning pre6iag!e.
2nd-It if as Stronig asz1n pae.
3rd-It lsathe mosr 1prestide
th-It 'will do as gcod2*orkakany press
th-it will take less to keep 1t in repair
thsn any press made.
at-(Last but not least) Xt costs less
.than any &st-classapresagade.
ALL SIZE PRESSES, TYPE,
D'. :E" "W.:OE4.,T
21 GER MAN ST.; '
NXov.3, 44-6m. . .. BALTIMORE.
.We want a limited numberof atv,en
~rgetic canvalher to eiiage' E c~n
uma stbld busnes ame4 n will
Ind-is r,rzeeac . .
TO MAKE MONEY.
Such 'will plaeawrs,rr(e
nent by letr ewnorwr stm for reply,
17 Y, hBE CO
PrLENN & P46t,
The underuigned'having samoatedlhem.
mlves together heethe, purpose tiampe.
ng the INSURANcE -BUNG sewad
epectfully.ask for a continuange, ef dke
usidne lats entrutni3 to Maio..aee,
ad also any neebaines ht
Aug. 9, 1881.
H UNT &8tNCLTVU
- - ANDaat=a-..
gg"We arc.prepared so make libersl p
races on consigameats to New York gd I
Jh4...to. Dnc 8 49-3.