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WUEN WhERE, AND HOM
TO .IFCUtF WENT1ERN
Under the above caption, Davi
W. Judd, who has 'ust returne
from a five thousand mile insper
tion tour through the West. North
west, and South-west-gives in th
February A merican Agriculturist 1
columns of illustravl advice t
those seeking homes in the fa
West. The article starts off a
Do not go West witha famil
unless you hav enougi money t
make a fair start.
Do not borrow money to g
West. The majority of those w
have met in their Western home,
who have failed, have been thot
who came on borrowed money, 0
without enough funds to ensure
After reading th:s article, sele<
such region as you think you wi
like best. People generally prefe
to keep in the same latitude the
have lived in.
Go in the spring and get qccl
Take as little baggage and a
few heirlooms as possible. The
cost money for freight and in ai
dition are apt to be an encumbranc
in a new home.
Provide youself with a small co
lection of good books for the fan
ily; and before going renew you
subscription to the American Aq
riculturist. It will be just as sez
viceable in the new home as in tb
If you are able to do so, yo
better first go out and explore bX
fore taking your family with you.
Do not attempt to explore to
much. We have met people b
yond the Missouri River who ha
visited nearly all the Land Grantf
and the more they had travellet
the more unsettled they were as t
where they should locate.
Decide upon your climate an
locality and then select your lani
If you wait too long, you are apt t
become very much unsettled.
Do not go West if you have
sick family. Change of climate ma:
benefit them, but it is not wortl
while to take the chances.
Do not go West expecting no
to be homesick, for your mountai]
scenery, your forests and you
-streams which present such a con
trast to the monotony of endles
prairies. It may be very lonely a
first, but you will soon plant you:
~own trees, have pleasant surronnd
ings, and near neighbors.
Do not go expecting to becomi
rich immediately. Several yearn
-. of good crops may be required t<
place you in easy circumstances.
If younare aclerk on asmall sal
ary in the city, and have a few
hundred dollars ahead, give ni
your clerkship, and strike for the
western lands. There is no very
great amount of experience re
quired in cultivating these prairies
If you have abundance of money
settle on the lands in the near
.West. If your funds are compara.
tively limited, go on still further,
* where. as good lands can be?pur
chased at lower figures.
SOOT FO1s FERTIL1ZING.-I have
long had great faith in soot as a
mamure, and have here a covered
box placed near the castle, into
-which the sweep puts all the soot
from the chimneys and flues from
tim'e to time. This in the course
of the year amounts to an incred
ible quantity of manure, and very
handy and useful we find it. When
a piece of ground is dug we give it
a dressing with soot, and then (in
garden phrase) 'break it down' for
the crop. This really means run
ning a harrow or rough rake over
it, and it mixes the soot with the
soil nicely and the result is always
satisfactory in the crop. Last year
our onion crop showed unmistak
able signs of the maggot. I imme.
diately had the piece dressed with
soot. Heavy rains set in just after,
and soon the onions were on their
legs and the maggots gone.
After an afternoon's discussion at
a meeting of the Michigan Sheep
.Breeders' and Wool Growers' asso
ciation on the washing of sheep the
result was an almost unanimous
verdict that the practice~ was not
only useless and barbaroue but on*
The peacan crop of Texas this
year is valued at $2,000,000.
Prof. Huxley is to be invited to
fill the chair of Natural History in
the University of Edinburgh. It is
worth $10,000 a year.
The Indiana Secretary of State
received an application from a Jus
tice of the Peace who wanted an
appointment as 'noter republic.'
The color line has extended into
Canada. Two citizens of Toronto
were refused admittance to the
skating rink becanse of their colo7.
Delegate Pettigrew, of Dakota,
-:a3 s that when be went to that ter
ritory his sole capital consisted of
t a law book and a box of paper col.
D Massachusetts has 3,148 miles of
r railroad track representing with
a rolling stock $122,155,614. Last
year 184 persons were killed and
y 115 injured.
D A plan is on foot in Elmira, N.
Y., to introduce a number of sav
0 ings banks in the public schools, af
e ter the system popular in France
4 and Belgium.
e An Ohio woman, while repeating
r nursery rhymes to her child, stop
a ped in the middle of a verse, step
ped into an adjoining room, and
Governor Rusk last week, in sur
r rendering the chair of State, an
nounced that Wisconsin was en
tirely out of debt, and had a bal
ance of $117,000 in the treasury.
Fifty leather straps, each a foot
long, two inches wide,and very thin,
have been purchased by the Port
Huron (Mich) Board of Education
for use in punishing pupils in the
Henry C. Spaulding, whose name
r was made familiar in connection
with glue, but who got none of the
millions made out of it, was lately
e arrested at New Albany, Ind., for
a Col. Samuel Wallingford, of In
- diana, the great champion of the
principles of the Nstional Green.
D back party, will address the people
e of Greenwood on the second Sat
I urday in February.
4 The courts of San Francisco
L granted 364 decrees of divorce
o during the year just closed, a pro
portion to the inhabitants of the
Scity vastly larger than even New
SEx Governor 1. C. McCormick,
of Arizona has purchased 10,000
acres of land in the State of Colima,
i Mexico, on the Pacific coast, and
1is going into the business of coffee
culture on a large scale.
Hon. H. 3. Jewett, president of
the Erie Railroad, will be pressed
by his Ohio friends for the nomi
nation for the Presidency by the
next Democratic National Conven
tion. Many leading old-line Dem
ocrats in Ohio are known to favor
Hens scratched up a woman's gar
den at Pawtucket and she poisoned
them. To her horror, she saw the
owner plucking them next day for
the market, and her conscience gave
her no peace till she had bought
the lot at a price far above the
At the funeral of Chief Justice
Pierpoint of Vermont at Vergennes
the preacher caused some resent
ment among the mourners by ex
pressing sorrow that the deceased
had 'never given expression to
those views which are considered
necessary to the Christian.'
The wife of a Methodist presiding
elder in Maine is suing for a di
vorce. Her most serious allega
tion is that his credit is so bad
that when he is away from home
she cannot get trusted for 'so much
as a red herring' which makes it
it difficult to feed the family.
A young chap jumped over from
Baltimore to Philadelphia, regis.
tered as a French Count at one of
the hotels, and in a week had the
entry of the best society in the
Quaker city. He says he could
have engaged himself to a dozen
girls on two days acquaintance.
The burning of the bonded ware
house in New York has thrown about
a million pounds of damaged tea
upon the market, which is bought
at a low price, as it is dug from the
rins, and being doctored by those:
in the business, will be sold to con
sumers. It is called Chromo tea.
The widow of Abraham Lincoln
has for some time been a guest at
Miller's Hotel, New York. The'
doctors who have been consulted*
in her case say that she is suffer-'
ing from chronic inflammation of
the spinal cord, chironic disease of*
the kidneys, and commencing cat-I
aract of both eyes. She is now
quite helpless and unable to walk
r help herself.
INDORSED BY dj<
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
the . Pai underth S 5e sh oa
blde en g,itha isn
nH3ann to e ertio o A
of mem *with afe- of hain neg
ness at night, hghly colored Urine.
IFT WA=N 8A=EUNEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILLSOON BE DEVELOPED. X
TU&rS pn"A are espec adapted
sucheases,onlO dose effets suchaebange
of feeling as to astonish the suferer. I
Theylunerese Lbe Appele. and caLs the
body to Take o Iesh. thus d m Is
hem&and by theirTofle Atonn the
vgrgor O nma.R&AUlar stoolsareto
cents. as MurrayiSt., Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE, X
GuA- rArorWitiKR cAge to AG088y 1L
BIACEby inl &PHsiD O wis DM It A:
Impat a natm color,nOclV 1A
sold by .ts or entby eeon receipt of 1: A
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
Dr. Asm L :aitia
VMei5cd ilI b eS rm~aisap= ) Jo
A remedy with such a reputation as Hogtet
ter's Stomach Bitters deserves a fair trial. If G
you are dyspetic, Your malady will eventually
yield to it; if you are feebl es
despondent, it will btbuild and cheeryo
i you cnstipated, it will relieve, and
iY. ios healkfully stimulate your liver.
Don't despond, butMkke this effor in the right
For sale by all Drugsts and Dealers
A BEAUTIFUL BOOK F091HE ASKING! I
By applying peroually at the nearest of- L
fice of TUHF SINGER MilSUFAOTURING Le
CO. (or by postal card if at a distance) any A2
acUt person will be presented with a beau
tifu!!y illustrated copy of' a New Book enti
tied - Ai
CENIUS REWARPED, A
story of the $sqobchine,
containing a handsome and costly steel en
graving fr.antis.piece; alse, 28 finely en- Le
graved wood cuts, and bound in an elabo
rate blue and gold lithograplhed cover. No A
harge whatever is made for this handsome Le
book, which can be obtained only by appli- Lu
ation at tiha braugh and subordinate offices A
f The Singer Manfaoturing Co. an
THE SINBER IMANUFACTURING CC.E
Principal Office, 34 Union Square, Cc
May 18, 2(---ly N~ew York. ar
GERMAN KAITNIT, at
(Direct Im portation.)
PERUVIAN GUANO, M
(Direct from the Agent of the Peruvian nE
(I; to 8 per cent. Ammonia.) G
Nova Scotia Land Plaster. a
GROUND PHOSPHATE, 5
(Fine ground and high gradle.)
HERMANN BULWJNKLE, Co
KRR'S WH ARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C. t
Dec. 15, 50-3mi.A
Wewant a limited number of active, en- Ar
retic canvsers to engage Ind a pleasan
fnd t iis a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY. Le
Such will ple.ase answer this advertise- Ar
nient by letter, enclosing stamp for reply, L
stating what business they have been en- L
gaged in. None but those who mean busi- A
ness need apply Address VEI&C . er
Nov. 17, 1880-47--2y. Atlanta, Ga. NC
SGreat chance to make money, Ar:
Those who always take advan,
tage of the good chanices for mak- A
ing money that are offered. gen. Flc
erally become wealthy. wh ile those who do and
not improve such chances remain in pover- 2
ty. We want many men, womer., boys and fro
girls to work tor us rgt in their own lo- (
ealities. Any one can do the work proper- to:
ly from the first start. The business will nie
pa,y more than ten timhes ordinary wages. tra
Expensive outfit furnished frece. No one I
who engaes fails to make money rapidl. Wi
You can l evote your whole time to the Col
work, or only your spare moments. Full F
iformation and all that is nieeded' sent ani
free. Address STINso$ & Co., Port.land, D.
Maine. *4m--1y- t
F. A. Lehman, Solicitor of American and
oreign Patents, Washington, D. C. All
busiess connected with Patents, whether
betore the Patenit Office or tile Courts, ~
promptly attended to. No charge made un- As
less a patent is secured. Send for circular.
Trnbsness now beore the public. ex
UgTYou can make money faster at del
NKwork for us than at anyhing else.
81Capital not needed. Wewill s4art L.e
von. $12 ada and uwards made at hiome Ar
y -the industrious. en women, bos and
gis wanted .everyhere to work o us. Lea
Now Is the time. )oui can live at home and Ar:
do the work. No one can tall to make enor- I
mous pyby engaging at once. Costly Ont. bga
t dterms free. Money made fast easily, anc
and honorably. Address TEUE l& Co., Au.* All
LOTH ING. X. L K
LOTHING. FALL AN
With the Larzes
LOT IING. L U
LOTIING. GINT2' [UR
LOTHING. To Be Foun(
LOTHING. To all of which
LOT HING.i lb
ep. 2S, 39-tf.
Has employed a C
rce in his CUSTOX
'all, who will, with )
lylish cut of his gar
ie most fastidious.
OREIGN AND DC
SUITS, $25 A
Lug. Z, 4-tf
DPLES. ORANGES. BAANAS.
11 supply of goods in season always on
tied,' and purchasers can tiere
W Prompt attention given to orders.
C. BA R
,5 & 59 Market Street, - -
et. 5, 40-6m.
There is pow in Stock a
A Full, Fresh ani
D RY G~
Ladies', Men's an
AR PETS, MWATTI
These groods were purchased tinder far
OFFERESD AT VA IR ANP P'OPULAlII
May 11, 19--tf.
Rpor's reAm a :iH e,..istus of' Nor bt and
OUr i:.i that the
and that the
chi we it out for the first time last Sei
aphate on the Mairket.
It is tot w. cessatry for us to say anyth
iih may be ob,tained from our Agents or
ill r esal moderate supply of eac1
ible in G3otton tnext Fall. If there is no
at to r!*r it.
an. 26, 4-2mt Savanan, (i
A SUP'ERIOR LOT OF
Al.waVM (tt hand at
f. TAYLOR'S REPOSITORY,
>w M. Foot & Son's, on opposite side.
all and look at themn. For sale by
AYLOR & CLINE.
ar. 9, 10i-1y.
free.ek i k uEveryting new. p
lUyu eeryting Many are making
seLadn e g ae as much as mn n
want a buiness af heb you can make
*1"caia t* **IseTA o.otlaa*,
It I CLOTHING.
.D TOz THE
D WINTER CLOTHING.
and Best Stock of
'H ING CLOT.11ING.
I in the State. CLOTHING. 1
le invites attention. CLOTHING. e
,tter of much experi
is son, noted for the
vments, be able to please
2T LINE OF
D UPWARDS. -
a Peanuts a Specialty.
LEMONS. COCO.ANUTS. RAISINS.
ONIONS. CABBAGES. r
hand. No Commission or Auctionr deeduo:N c4ssok oods haa
ore dependupon lstcliS slok.
T & C o .,
- - - CHARLESTON, 8. C.
t the Old and Noted House,
in Columbia, S. C.,
I Complete Line of
d Children's Shoes,
NGS, OIL CLOTHS,
~ ACS,CORNICES. a
3rahle auispicesa by an experienced buyer, and
RICES. Try them.
EX'OR ? CO.
Soth Carolina, Georgia and AlTaama sus
IBBS & Co's E
ble and Cheapest Fertilizer in h
BBS & CO.'S ar
wson, has proved unexcelled by any Acid
ing about these Fertilizers as the reports
ourselves cover the whole subject, and will
, which can be obtained from our Agents,
Agent at your Railroad Depot, get your mer
)X, GIBBS & CO.,
., and Charleston, S. C.
FOR ALLI. N'
TO SELL A HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE, ho
3 wll:LBth yung, the wife as weli8
a they a,th eogirl as wellai the boy, ex
m ust a ear . i e olar in hon pr<
n gieyo ulyintal thse ti ano
urn your spa hour ony traveing,o a
rae f mlylnna. we wcan impart valn
Do not neglect this opportunity. You do -
flin aeat risk o osnit. You wil
ae frmt1 t $10a weekan estaishW
nd toth' matter NOW,for thee is MONE bu
ariIVARs FREE. Adrs
(amc thi pper.) MAEION, OHIO. Co
flumbla & Greenville Railroad. G
Coc.LmaiA. S. C., January 28th. 1882. C
).u Ld afterMonday, January 30th, 1882, the
LSSENG FEC TRAINS will run as herewith in
-ated upon thiz. road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
axe Columbia,A - 11.10 a in
Alton, -- 12.16 p n
Newberry. -1.12 p m
cety-Six. - - --- 2.41 p m
Hodges, - 338 p m
Beiton. - - - - p W C
-rive Greenville, 620 p m
No.55. DOWN PASSENGER.
s-ve (iteenvalle, 10.3 a In C
Belton. 11.57 a TU
", Hed3es, - 114 p m
nety-Six, ----- 2.36 p in
" Newberry. - - 3.47 p m C
Alstva. - 4.46 p m
-rive Cu!umbia,F - 5.5- p m
AaTA\*BU , UIoN a COLU:SIA aAILaOAD.
No.52. UP PASSENGEE.
-ave A!stou, . 12.35 p a
Strother. - - - - 1.4-s p m
Shefton. - - - - 2.28 p m C
Santuc,- - - - - - 348p m
Ui - - - 4.43 p m
Jo:nesville, - - - 5.38 p In
rrive Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, E 7.08 p m C.
No.55. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Spartauburg, R.& D. Depot, H 1257 p in
Spartanburg, S. U. & C. Depot,m 1.13 p in
Jonesville, - - - 201 pm
Union. - - - 2.82 p n
Santue, - - - 2.58p m
Shelton, - - 3.87 p m
Strother. - . - 4.(i p m
rrive at Alston. - - - 4.36 p m
aveNewberry, - - - - 3.55pm
rrive at Laurens C. H., - - 6.10 p m
ave Laurens C. H., - - - 12.50 p m
rrive at Newberry, - - 8.08 p m
ABsLtLt..x a .
ave Hodges, , - - 3.45 p m
rrive at Abbeville, - 4.35 p m
ave Abbeville, - - - - 12.15 p In
rrive at Hodges, - - - - 1.05 p m
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
ave Belton at. 4.57 p in
M Anderson 5.29 p m
i Pendleton . 8 p M
ave Seneca C, 7.10 p m
rrive at Walhalla 7.35 P In
ave Walhalla at, - - 9.25 a m
are Seneca D, 9.58 a M
6 Pendleton, - - 10.81 a m
" Anderson, - - 1112 a M
rrive at Belton. - - 11.47 a in
With South Carolina Railroad from Char. $1
With Wilmi:a-ton, Columbia and Aujusta tj
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and aL points
With Asheville & Spartanbur Rail Road
for points in Western No Carolina.
With A.& C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmin8ton, Columbia and Ap$n ta
Railroad lor Wilmington and the North. F
With Charlotte, Colui and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
from Hendersonville. A.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C., A
hich is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
T. 31. R. TALCOTf, Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. PoPE, General Passenger Agent.
Mth Carolina Railway Company. 5
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and 4fter January 8, 1882, Passenger
rains on this road will run as follows an
I further notice;
GOING EA$T, DAILY.)
ve Columhbia at - - - 6( P. M.
rrive Camden at - - - 8.45 P.M.
rrive Charleston at - - - 10.30 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
am Charleston at - - - 6.15 A. hi.
tye Camden at - - - - 7.40 A. 31.
rive Columbia at . - - 10..'r2 A. 31.
WAY FEEIGHT AND) PASSENGER.
GoXNGl EAsT DAILY E*CPT SUNDAYS.
,eave Columbia at- - 4.05 A. 31.
-ri Camden at - - - 1.00 P. M.
-vegsaat.-..-..-.35.. P. M.
-rl hretna .02P. 31
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs.
eave Charleston at - 8.95 A. M1.
ye August4 at -- - - 7.00 A. M.
rive Coumbia at - - - 4.52P. M.
'Passengers leaving 'Colimbia or Charles
a on these trains will have to change cars
Branchville to reach Charleston at 1.02 P. S
or Columbia at 4.52 P. M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
ave (columrbia it' 9.30 P. Mi.
Tive Augustaat - 7.35 A. M.
ive Charleston at - - - s.55 A. M1.
GOING WEST DAILY.
ve Charleston at - . 8.15 P. M.
sve Au tta at - - - - 445P. M.
TeCo baat- - - 5.10 A. M.
ll trains run daily except Way Freight,
d trains on Camden Branch, which are
ly except Sundays.
leeping Cars are attached to Night
press Train8-herths only $1.50-between
lumba, Charleston and Au Ita. On
trdays and Sundays. rouid pticketsar
a sold to and from all Stations at one firstar
Bs fare for the round trip, good till Mon
y noon to return. Connections made
Columbia with Greenville and Columbia E
ilroad and Charlotte, Columbia and Au
sta Railroad at Charlotte Junction by
sn arriving at Columbia at 10.52 A. 31.
d leaving lumbla at 6.00 P.&., to and
am all points on both Roads. At Charles
i with Steamers for New York on Wed.
edays and Saturdays; also, with steamer -
eJacksonville and points Onl St John
ver and with Savannah and Charleston _
liroad to all points South.
onnections are made at Augusta with
orga Railroad and Central Railroad to
dfrm all points South and West.
hrough tickets can be purchased to all'
ints South and West, by yinlg to 1
A. B. DESMTUS8gE, Aolemia.
'o B. PEcK, General Manager.
arotte, Colunibia & Augusta E. R.
OFFICE GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, tair
COLUNBIA, S. C.. January 8, 18S2.
)n and after Sunday, January 8, 1882, the
lowing Schedule will be operated by this
No. 55 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
ave Atgusta, A ..............7.2a m
rive at Colxp4bia, B............11.10 a m
ae Columbia, B.............11.17 a mn
rive at Charlotte, (1............ 4.00 p m
No. 51 DAILY-MAIL AND EZIPRESS.
ave Augusta, A............-. 6.05 pm s tl
rivre at Columbia, D...........10.37 p m
ave Columbia, D..............10.42 p m
rive at Charlotte, C............ 3.20 a m
17LoCAL FEEIGHT, daily except Sundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
ae Columbia................ 6.00 a m
rive at Charlotte..............-..4.55 p m
No.52 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRss.
ive Charlotte. C.............. .1.15 p m
rive at Columnbia, B............ 6.07 p m
ave Columbia, B.............. 6.14 p mn wh
rive at Augusta, A............10.20 p m
No. 54 DAILY-MAI, ANI> EXPRESS. PbC
ave Charlotte, C................1.10 a in
rve at Columbia, D............. .5.38 a ms whi
ave Columbia, D...............5 45a m
ive at Augusta, A..............9.52 am ang
.18LoCALIREIGHT, daily exceptSundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)pa
ave Charlotte.................6.0 a m p
ive at Columbia...............4.35 p m cha
.-Wth all lines to and from Savannah,
arida and the South and Atlanta, Macon
I the Southiwest.J
-With South Carolina R,ailroad~ to and
-Wlth Richmond and Danville Railroad
and from all points North, Atlantic, Ten
asee and Ohio Railroad and Carolina Cen
h-Connect with the W. C. t A. R. R. tor
lmington and all points on the Atlantic -
st Line. I
'ilnan Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52
1 55 between Augusta and Washington,
C., via Danville, Lynchburg and Char.
tesville. Also, on Trains 52 and 55 be.
ten Danville and Richmond.
umbers 51 and 55 run solid between A u
sta and Florence andi carry Pullman
epers between Augusta and Wilmington
between Augusta and Greensboro, N. C.
bove schedule Washington time.
A. POPE, General Passenger Agent.
i. R. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
ievile and Spartanburg Railroad. Bel
SP~ARTANBURG, S. C., September 1, 18.L
n and after Thursday, September 1, 1S.'1, r
asenger trains will be run daily (Sundays j
:epted) between Spartanburg and Hien
-sonvile, as follows :
UP TRAIN. -
ave R. & D. Depot at Spartanburg.4.20 p m
rive at Hendersonville.........7.30 p am
ave Hendersonville............. 8.30 a in
rieR U ..200m fr
ror COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases o
nd LUNGS, buit has neTerbeen so advanteou
.Y&. Its soothing Balsamnic properties afforad
stemafter the cough has been relieved. Quarts
I Dardele-the n has a Privat6 I
ermit It to be Sold by ruggiss, Grosers
he TOLU, ROCK AND BYE 00.,Prol
i GI,111D MII1IC4i
HE STUDY OF HUI
7he Labor of' Years Aceor
the New Inductive
las Opened a STUDIO over
Store for the Recel
Having Tanght thi4 Method in the North wit
ilfe, S. .. now Offers her Servicea and the Mel
AW It is impossile to set forth ALL THE Al
id System, in an Advertisement, but invite all
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Sim
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This Method is entirely difterent from the Ob
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OLLARS per Lesson.
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as life and increases usefulness.'
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