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CORN AND CORN BREAD.
If the inhabitants of North Ame
ica were each to save three cents
day in their house-keeping the tot
saving would amount to the va
sum of over 700 millions of dollai
in a year. This enormous sum mf
be saved by very moderate econ
my in household affairs. In til
single item of food it may be save
over again in cooking or in using
cheaper food. The cheapest foc
in the world is Indian corn, ax
this valuable grain is much neglec
ed in the household, because fe
housekeepers know how to prepa
it acceptably. But it may be us(
whole, partly broken or ground, i
a great variety of shapes and ma
ners, and if one were to be reduce
to a single article of food by az
chance, the most useful one woul
doubtless be Indian co.r, provii
ing eggs and milk and sugar and
little spice could be thrown in f<
the trimmings. As a matter
cost, it might be mentioned thi
the usual difference in cost
greatly in favor of corn as con
pared with other kinds of foo
Wheat is usually two and a ha
times as dear as corn ; potato4
fo-ir times as dear, considerin
that three-fourths of them ai
water; and corn is a better food it
the winter than either wheat c
potatoes because it is much rich(
in oil or fat. Why then do13
people eat more corn? Simp
because of ignorance of its value
the best methods of cooking it.
Grr VAccnATED.-,ust at presei
small-pox appears to be prevalel
generally over the country. TI
newspapers and medical men aj
discussing whether or not vaccii
ation should be practiced. Do ni
wait, however, to read the outcon
of these discussions, but proceed i
vaccinate yourself and family
once. Do not take the chances'
having been vaccinated before.
is atoo loathsome disease to dal
with. There was a lady on ti
train with us, going to Bismarc
Dakota, who had received a tel
graphic dispatch that her husbar
was lying sick there at the hotE
Judge of the general consternatio
when, upon our arrival, and a ph;
sician had been called into ti
hotel, he pronounced it a case I
small-pox. There were lively tim<4
there for a few moments. Ti
husband had come from Montan
where small-pox prevails the yei
round, in some of the Swedish se
* ' tlements, because the immigrani
bring with them from the o1
world a prejudice against vaccia
ation. The following week we pri
ceeded into Montana where mo:
alarming reports reached us<
dead and dying small-pox victimi
Go to a reliable doctor who wi
furnish pure virus, and have him va
cinate you at once.-Americanl A1
riculturist for February.
BOYs AZm Tmmmans.-No man cai
like the writer, live sixty yearl
without often wishing he had learn
ed to use a sewing-thimble well i
his early boyhood, especially if 1i
has gone about the world muel
Buttons will come off, stitches wi
break, and how handy it is for bol
at school, for men at a hotel, at
friend's house, indeed anywhei
away from home-often at home
to be able to whip on abuttoa
stop a starting rent, and do mar
other little sewings, without cal
ing on a woman, or perchan<
sendmng for a tailor, before bein
able to appear at a hotel tab!
One seldom, if ever, learns to us
a thimble,'if this part of his educi
tion has been neglected in sina
boyhood. The writer has travelle
a good deal, and at arough guei
he has broken threads at least fil
hundred times in attempting i
. work a needle through a button<
garment without a thimble. Boy
take our advice, and every one <
you learn to use a thimble tcell b
fore you grow up. Do it this ver
winter ; it is not feminine to do se
Do it, and if you live long you wi
many times thank us for this a<
The scholar without good-breei
ing is a pedent, the philosopher
cynic, the soldier a brute, an
every man disagreeable~
Sweet apples are an excellet
feed for cows, if supplied in moi
erate quantities and under favorn
Wiley Holland, of Wilkinson
r7 county, Georgia, aged 77, is theg
father of nineteen children, all boys.
Dr. James C. Furman has be
come an associate editor of the
Baptist Courier, published at
Daniel Wells, of Milwaukee, re
ceived $250,000 the other day as
the profits of a one fifth share in a
-pork corner" in Chicago.
r- The Northern papers are occu
a pied with exposures of frand in the 3
d preparation of adulterated, inert or j
t poisonous vaccine matter.
Is Another death is reported in
*Y London of a lady who had taken an
e- excess of 'anti-fat' medicine. The
e nostrum is supposed to act as a
d slow blood poison.
a Gen. Fitzhugh Lee is announced
d for a series of lectures at different
d points in the South the coming
spring, for the benefit of the South
ern Historical Society.
.e The publication of. M. Zola's
-Nana' in a Danish translation has
been prohibited at Copenhagen,
and criminal proceedings have been
instituted againt the translator.
Mr. Trescot, the special minister
to the South American govern
a ments, receives a salary of $10,000,
with travelling expenses aud an
allowance of $1,500 for clerical ser
s W. R. Williams, formerly of Bal
. timore and now a resident of Scot
. land, has spent $2,000,000 in build
f ing three cigar shaped ships, which
is are expected to cross the Atlantic
g in five days.
*e The man who expects to adjust
r the rope around Guiteau's neck is
r named Robert Strong. He has had
r enough practice -to make him pro
't ficient. He says that, although
y Guitean seems brave now, he ex
)r pects to see him die like a car.
A large dry goods firm of Boston
proposes to its employees that each i
It shall contribute $10, in weekly as
it sessments of 50 cents, toward treat. -
ie ing one out of every twenty five of 'w
*e their number to a trip to Enrope
- next summer, luck to decide who
>t shall go. I
te The latest improvement in tele
0 graphy is a mechanical device where-.
Lt by a type-writer at one point, con
>f nected by wire with a similar instru
t mient at another point, writes outE
y any message sent over it without
e the intervention of the usual tele
, graph operator.
One band was thrust through theA
dhole into a theatre ticket office at
Columbus, Ohio, and it held a cock
ed pistol. Another hand reached
ein and clutched a pile of money.
The dumbfounded treasurer made
no outcry, and the audacious thief
s~ escaped with $65.
3, The poet Whittier is feeble, and
x has of late grown exceedingly deaf.T
6. He no longer lives in the old family
: house at Amesbury, Mass, but at
d Danvers, in a large, square house,
. amid a group of oaks and pines.
. This place is called Oak Knoll, and
it is handsome, but not picturesque.
~fKing, a St. Louis murderer, has
- had four trials during seven years,
1and is now at last to be hanged.
~He was once convicted of murder in
-the second degree and sentenced
to twenty-five years' imprisonment,
but he thought he could do better
than that, and obtained a new trial.
- Ex-Governor McCormick, of Ari
u zona, has purchased 10,000 acres of
e land in the State of Mexico, on the
i. Pacific coast, and is going into the
i business of coffee culture on a large
5 scale. He has 40,000 trees in bear.
a ing condition, and expects to plant
e 12,000 a year for four years to
- come. 5
SThe last trip of the Canard steam- er
'ship Servia to Liverpool is said to E
have been the fastest across the
0Atlantic yet accomplished. The m
gapparent time of the passage is7 2
Sdays, 12 hours, 39 minutes, and the"
0 actual time of the passage from
SSandy Hook, 7 days, 7 hours, 41
aDr. Forster, who lives near e
e Georgetown, S.C.,has demonstrated :t
Sthat tea can be successfully grown;e
rin this climate. He has 1,642 tea
plants, all exhibiting a splendid
Sand vigorous development. Some of y
.these plants,which have been allowed ?
yto go without pruning, are six feet _i
,high, with a circumference of tea
Sand twelve feet.
- A Philadelphia thief's case was F
befere the Grand Jury, and hsin- ie
dictment was sure to follow unless
fsome obstacle could be interposed. _
His brother-in-Jaw, who was in the
ante room, told the -complainant j
that the hearing was adjourned. f~
t Having thus got rid of the chief~
-witness, he personated him before!a
- the jurors, giving such an accountXi
as to clear the prisoner.,
'HYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, ANI
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHEREs
'HE GREATEST MEDICAl
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
of a tite,Nauwe.bowel costive
e so sinunder the sholffez
,rrit tyo tem r twn rit. Los
Imemo 9,wit a ele or RN
acted some LUZ7 wIrlnema izlumOs
Dots before th
ii tMt colored _r_ne
FTE WARNMGBAR E E
ERIOUS DISEASES WILL S00N BE DEVELOPEI
wUTT'S pMa are esveciallyaftptedt
i rch casl e dose efrects suchcha i
f feeling as to astonish the "uerer.
Theylees the Appetite, and cause th
od tll1 'alOFP thus the systemi
gouubed.anld by theirTonleAetiuooth
fice, 35 Murray St., New Yor
;LyHnoter' Wwtomachaitei the aG*
Eehold meicne of the Amein ptheo
dab gissorsnbyepMOrG Ofs aenaeverywherer aatsTat dan
Nfdei a3d ndMcsas at remed Yordl
SCAL, at Taw uefochlls a rand
rto~lns, 4 etve in neouca
[d as s go" M an sVLTat9e.
Dotetr St BUitter isVEL Cheipe
.e* . B. c Sio Suhperinten pe
disto Phospha teompao
CHARLESTON, S. C.
disto Acid Phosphate,
disto Ash Element,
disto Ammoniated Fertilize
disto Ground Bone,
ndl Importers of Germa
lanufactured to Ordei
CAR LOAD LOTS DELIVERED FREE
ON BO ACRD CARS.
Any quar-tity delivered free on boal
ssPp at Company's works.
J B. ES SLOAN,
%EASURER AND GENERAL AGECN
AL Office of J. B. E. Sloan & Son.
Jan. 12, 2-3m.
:Direct from the Agent of the Peruvian
(G to 8 per cent. Ammonia.)
lova Scotia Land Plastei
(Fine ground and high grade.)
F'or sale by
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Dec. 15, 50-3m.
getic canvaser o engage in a pleas
id profitable business, t*ood men w
td this a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY.
en t by tter, eclosin stamp or rep]
atng what business they have bn
Fsnedpp L EY, IRVEY & CO.,
Nov. 17, 880-47-2y. Atlanta, Ga.
Jjjhose who onalways tae adv
te of the good chance forms
tImproe suc ch ae rmain In povi
-Ws want many men. wome, boys a
ite.Any one can do the wor prop
e csiv tftnt furnished fre No o
ucan devote your whole tie to t
rknr only yonr spar Inomet.F
ae fiAddress STissON & CO , Porta
P A T ENTS.
P'. A. Lehman. Solicitor of American at
iign Patents, Washingtn, D. Ceth
ptore tePatent Office or the Cor
is a patent is secured. Send for circula
busines no bebore the pu1
1Cir8ou can mak mo efa
. $12 adi and upwards made at hon
the idsrous. en women boy at
w Is the time. Yo can live at homes
the work. No one cantalto make en
nttemfre oney made last easi]
d horably. Address TEUE & Co.A
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
COLUXBIA. S. C., February 11th, 1882.
On and after Sunday February 12th, 1882, the
PASSENGER A S will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - 4 12.80 p m
Alston, - - - - 1.7 p m
Newberry, - - - - 2.37 p In
Ninety-Six, - - - - 4.10 p m
" Hodges, - - - 5.6 p m
Belton, , - - - 6.26 p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 751 p n
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 8.44 a m
" Belton. - - - l.11 a m
8 Hodges. - - 1130 a m
" Ninety-Six, 12.45 p In
Newberry, . - - 1.59 p m
Alston, - - 803 p m
Arrive Coinmbia.F - - 4.16 p In
5 SPARTANDUaG, UzION & COLMBIA RAILROAD.
No. 5. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston. - - - - 1.47 p m
" Strother, - - - - 8.4,1 p m
- " Shelton, - . - - 3.55 p M
" Santuc, -- - - - - 5.04 p m
" Union, - -. - - 6.09 p m
" Jonesvlle, - 7X5 p m
Arrive Spartanburg, E. & D. Depot, E 8.35 p In
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartauburg, R.& ). Depot, H 10 50 a m
e "t Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Depot.G11.06 a m
a " Jonesville, - - - 32.3 p In
e " Union. - - - 12.87 p In
" Santuc, - 1.07 p m
Shelton, - 1.45 p m
Strother, - . . 2.18 p m
Arrive at Alston. - - - 256pm
V Leave Newberry, - - - - 2.50 p m
t Arrive at Laurens C. H., - 6.08 p m
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 11.15 a m
* Arrive at Newberry, - - e 1.3piM
Leave Hodge A - 5.12 p u
- Arrive at Abbeville, - - 6.2 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - 10.80 a In
Arrive at Hodges, - - - - 1120am
BLUR RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton at. 6.82 p m
Anderson 7.09 p m
Pendleton 7.52 p m
Leave Seneca C, 8.58 p m
Arrive at Walhalla 9.23 p m
Leave Walhalls at, - - 7.20 a m
Leave Seneca D, 8.f'8 a m
" Pendleton, - - 8.43 a M
" Anderson, - - 9.24 a m
Arrive at Belton. - - 10.00 a m
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Colrbia and Auguta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
goints North thereof.
With Charlotte, Colutbia and 4ugusta
Railroad froq C4p,otte and gil points
B. With Apheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. E. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A.& C. Div., R. & D. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., E. & D. R. R., from all
Ints South and West.
F. WitN outh Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Columbia and Angusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the borth.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
as Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
le, G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
at from Hendersouville.
3- H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. M., from
be Charlotte and beyond.
a- Standard Time used is Wahiugton, D. C.,
!s which is fifteeti minutes faster than Columbia.
T. M. R. TALCOTT. Gen. Mannger.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. Pop:, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railway Company.
t. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after February 12, 1882, Passenger
Trains on this road will run as follows un
til farther notice:
GOING EAST, DAILY.)
Leave Columbia at - - - 4.15 P. M.
Arrive Camden at - - - 7.13 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 9.00 P..M.
QOING WEST, DAILY.)
Leave Charleston at - - - .A. Mi.
Leave Camden at . - - - 7 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 12.13 P. M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Columbia at - - - 9.80 P. U.
" Arie Agutaat - - - - 7.85 A. M.
ArieCarleston at - - - 6.20 A. M.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - 8.15 P. M.
Leave Auguta at - - - - 445P. M.
Arrive C mbum at - - -5.10 A. M.
All trains run daily ceept tralns on Cam.
uen Branch, which are daily except Sun
d eepi Cars a ttaphied to Night
Express Trains-berths only $150-between
Colubia, Charleston ail Augusta. On
Saturdays and Sundays, round trp tickets
,are sold to and from all Stations at one first
class fare for the round trip, good till Mon
day noon to return. Connections made
at Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
Railroad and Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta Railroad at Colpuibi# Junction b
d train arriving at Columnbia at 19.33 P.M.
and leaving Columbia at 4 . ., to and
from all points on both Roads. At Charles
ton with Steamers for New York on Wed
nesas and Saudy;. also, with steamer
for ,csnville and points on St. John
RiEver and with Savaninah and Charleston
Railroad to all points'South.
Connections are made at Au sawith
Geoand Centa iroad to
andoughinte South and West.
Trutickets ca.n be pierol sdto all
points Suhand West, byappig to
A. B. DESAUSSURE, Agn, 1o8mi.
D. C. A E, G. P. A T. A.
JON B. PECK, General Manager.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta . L.
OFFICE GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
'CoLPMIA, S. C.. Februry12. 1882.
On and afteSunday,'.elhu y1,1882, the
following-Schedule ir$l be oner tdf1 this
Copn; NORTH WARD.
No. 55 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
. Leave Augusta, A.. ............. 8.20 a m
Arrive at Coumbia, B.,..........12.25 p m
Leave Columbia, B.............12.2 p m
Arrive at Charlotte, C............. 5.35 p m
No.51 DAILY--MAIL AND EXPRESS.
LeaveAuut,A........... --. 6.00p m
Arrive at Coumbia, D.........10.35 p m
Leave Columbia, D.............10.42 p m
Arrive at Charlotte, C........... 3.25 a m
No.17 LoCAL FREIGHT, daily except Sundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
Leave Columbia...............5.50 a mn
Arrive at Charlotte..............4.55 p m
No. 53 DA4i..T-MAr. AND EXPRESS.
Leave Charlotte. C..1....,.. 1.30 a mn
Arrive at Columbia, 13............ pma
Leave Columbia, 13............. 4.5 Pin
-Arrive at Au2gust,A.,,.,....-....-- 8-40p m
Jo. 54 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS,
"Leave Charlotte, C................1.1) a m
Arrive at Columbia, D.............5.38 a mi
Leave Columbia, D............. 5 45a m
Arrive at Augusta, A.......... .952 a mn
No.8 ILOCAL FRIGBT, daily exceptSundays
(With Passenger Coach atce.)
n. Leave Charlotte..........---5.50 a mn
t Arrive at Columbia..............44 p in
llA-With all lines to and from Savannah,
Floida and the South and Atlanta, Macon
and the Southwest.
e-W th Souh Caoinali Ralroad to an4
SC--With Eichmond and Danville B3ailroad
to and from all points North, Atlantic, Ten
i-nessee and Ohio Railroad and Carolina Cen
D-Connect with the W. C. & A. R. R. .tr
Wilmingo and all points on the Atlantic
- Coast Lie.
y. P'ullan Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52
.and 55 between Augsta and Washingtn,
k- D. C., via Danvinle, L hb and Char
n. lottesville. Also, on and 55ir be
o tween Danville and Richmond.
r. Numbers 51 and 55 run solid between Au
d gusta and Florence and cryPullman
.Seeesbetween Augusta and Wimington
r- and tweenAugusta and Greensboro, N. C.
Li Above schedule Washington time.
s. A. POPE. General Passenger Agent.
e' G. R3. TAco'Tr, Superintendenlt.
il Asheville and Spartanbnrg Railroad.
ntSPARTANBURG, S -C., Setmber 1, 1881.
I, On and after Thursday, Setember 1. 1881,
passenger trains will be run daiy (Sundays
- excepted) between Spartanburg and Hen
dersoniville, as follows:
LeaveRE. & D. Depot atSpartanburg.4.20 p m
Arrive at Hendersonville.........7.30 p m
d DOWN TRAIN.
11 Leave Hendersonville............. 8.30 a in
r Arrive R.& D. ept,Spartanburg.2.00 in
, Both trains in e connections for Colum
- bia and Charleston via Spartanburg, Union
. and Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte by
Air Line. JAMES ANDERSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SThis new and elegant House, with all
rmodern improvements, is now open for the
)1. L. KI
Tbe bargest and
Si To Be Found 1
Feb. 2A, 8-; f
Has employed a Cut
ence in his CUSTOM
Fall, who will, with hA
tylish cut of his garn
the most fastidious.
AN L EGA1
FOREIGN AND DOI
SUITS, $25 AN
APPLES. ORANGES. BANANAS.
A full supply of goods in season always on hs
died. and purchasers can therefoi
x&i Promptattention given to ordeis.
0. B A R
55. 51 & i9 Market Street,
Oct. 5, 40-6im.
Reports frho all Sectios of North and S
tain our cimi tt :he
WHIO OX, G]
s the Uest anid Most Rlifal.
which e . ot for the first time last Seas
Phsphlte on es akt
It is i...: t.re. r. for s5 toi say anythsin
which ;sn:y bh i,tained Ironm our Agents or o
Vse wi!! ;;ve a mioderate supply of each,
payable~ h: 2otton next.. Fal1 If there is no A
:ant so or'ir it.
Jan. 24, [-- Savannah, Ga
A nisc e ortmenlt of CROCKERY arnd
BLASSW AJ Jt received and for sale by
W. T. WRIGHT,
Who stil; h:,s only a few of those CHE AP
3TOVES keft. Gall quick if you want one.
Who still contimues to carry on the TIN
BUSINE$ in all its branches, and keeps a
all line of
Tinware and Stoves.
And last, th:os.:h not least, who will do
l the im):WiNG, GUTTERING and other
JO0) WOl1K he can get, just as cheap as lhe
an5 afford it. Mar. 23, 47J-ly.
- FOR ALL.
FO SELL A HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE.
THE poor as well as the rich, the old as
well as ther young, Uhe wife as well as
ho husbsandi. the young maiden as well as.
lie young man, thsegi as well as the bo.y,
nay just as well earn a lew dollars in hon
,st employ ment, as to Sit around the house.
nd wait for others to earn it for them. We
an give you einploymnent, all the tIme, or
luring your spare hours only; traveling, or
n your own nel;;hborhood, among your
riends and acquamntances. If you do not
are for em ploynment,, we can impart valua-j
e information to you f ree of cost. It'willJe
ot you onily one cent for a Postal card to
rite for our [Prospectus, and It may be the
nens of ina:king you a good many dollars.
Do not nsegleict this opportunity. You do
iot save to iuvest a large sum of money,
indl run a great risk or losing It. You will
eaily see that it will be an easy matter to
nake from $l0 to $100 a week, and establish
lucrative, and independent business, lhon
rable, straightforward and profitable. At
end to thi.s matter Nt)'-V.for there is MONEY
IT for a i! w ho engage with us. We will
surpri..4e you and you will wonder why you
ever wro,ti tI o s~ before WE SEND' FULL
BUKY 'ATUL\ FW sPF'G CO.,
(Name thsis paper.) AIO, 0Onio.
sep 21, 3-6m.
Everybiody is delighted with the.tastefuli
md be.suiful selection masde by Mrs. La-1
ar, who hass NEviR FAILED to please her
stosers. Nesw Fall circular just issued.
!end for it.
Lddress MRS. ELLEN LAW A R
-8ST Broadway, New York.
IA, S. C.,
Beit Stock of
WINTER 0 .4
AWNG G~OODS pCr
In the State. E' Th
TA, S.C., T
ter of much experi
s son, noted for the
ents, be able to please v
'T LINE OF for
D UPWARDS. ou
Peanuts a Specialty. DO!
rEMONS. r000ANUTS. RASINS. ens
,nd. No Comnisslon or Auction Goods han
1e depend upon first class stock.
C' & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AM USUL! ~
outh Carolin.i, Georgia and Alabama sus-*
BBS & Co's
le and Cheapest Fertiliz r in
3BS & CO.'S
>n, has proved unexcelled by any Acid Pr
g about these Fe'rtilizers as tbe reports
urselves cover the whole subject, and will
which can be obtained from our Agent,B
.gent at your Railroad Depot, get your mner
K, GIBBS & CO.,
.and Charleston, S. C. m
_______________ ... be is
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. **n*
WTBEM AD JINTELRY
At the lNew Store on Hotel Lot. Cour
- - ------ - -Pa
have now on band a large and elegant aud
.ssortmientL of the 1
WJATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware, Oc
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRIGS,
SPECTACLS AND BPECACLE CASE,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. CLI
IN ENDL.ESS VAaIETY. Wor
All orders by mail promptly attended to. NewI
Watchmaking and Repairing fom
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch,. oe
Call and examine my stock and prices. Mi
EDUARD SCHOLTZ. *;d
Nov. 21, 47-,f. andC
WESTERN MAUFIACTURE. '"al
A SUPERIOR LOT OF the e
CAR RIAGES, *
Always on hand at sO
J1. TAYLOR'S REPOSITORY, abd
3low M. Foot & Son's, on opposite' side. Co
Call and look at t.wm. For silt- by Sei
TAYLOR & CLINE. G
Mar. 9, 10-1y
FilE PENNINGTON HOUSE, Th
(Formerly the Xan,sion House,)
NEWBERRY, S. C. rep
101HN M. PENNINGTON, Proprietor, and
This popular and conveniently located
oue has been opened by the present Pro- Ac
rietor, who will spare no pains to make __
as guists comfortable. With rooms large,
ry, clean and well fornished, a table sup
>lied with the best that can be had, polite
ted ready attention on the part of his ser- I
rants, he feels assured of givingsatisfaction.
.Ter., $. per D.y; $1230 per Xonth
June 22, 26-if. O
Use Lawrence & Mai
- COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, BRONCH
31IA, CONSUMPTION, Diseasesof THROA1
Enas always -bee
RLSAM OF " TO J1OH3[
M Nin Its inipe d nges, ond all d
LUNGS, butit has never been so adva, tj compound
Its soothing Balsamic properties afforadi msive stinu
an after the cough has been relieved. Quart size bottles, Pr
Donot be deceived by dealers who
AUTION !placeofourTOLU, ROCK
)ICATED article-the genuine has a Private Die ,Prorietar
Lits it to be Sold by DruggistW, Grocers and 5
a- WIT=OUT SPECIAL TAX OR 2
i TOLU, ROCK AND BYE CO., Proprietors, 41
GRAND' IIIJSIICAL DI
IE STUDY OF MUSIC S]
Le Labor of Years A.ecompli1she4
the New Inductive Method
PIANO AND OF
drs. W. H
s Opened a STUDIO over R. Y. I
Store for the RecepLion of F
Elaving Taught this Method in the North with Unparallele
t S. C., now Offers her Services and the Method to the 4
It is impossible to set forth ALL THE ADVANTAGES
System, in an Advertisement, but invite all interested to,
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Simple that even
t does away with years ofdrgey
t takes the Pupil almost ime y into the Science of:
Ainues the same throughout the whole Course of InstrucMt
[t is not a superdzl method, but applies to all Music pre(
any change whatever.
It commends itelat once to the educated class of the co1
rhis Method is entirely dlZerent from the Old System.
opporunity is ofrered to alU to gain a Musical Eucat
for Less Fspense tha ever befor
W- Many of my Pupils in the South are now successi
h was gained at a nominal expense, while my. expense fc
,LARS per Lesson.
his Method fulffi the maxim that "Whatever shortens th
life and increases usefulness."
erms, 50 ets. Pez
W- Books and Sheet Music will be Farmshed o
OE FURTHER PARTiCULARS, CALL ON 02 ADDRES
MRS. W. ]
+b. 23, 8-tf.
e1PurebtXand reut Xedicine ever Xade. PARKER
akt e nd Dandeion, S itxbst
ste ur.tive properte' of as other r
&es the rretims Blood Purlfiar. Live
'g"Iato an a n
;te are us ed,aovle andpefe aei
all whe e mplOnause Iruai
re an A&ppetizer Tonle anadmulan
omntwhat your to elings or P
w**ae *csoo" f *sa "-*1-8 e Ho
ry e,bd oruserae,em useHopa at onco.
temember, Hlop Bitters Is no ,drgd
mken notrm, but the Pures an d Bet Ifyou are a
diineeier mae th "IsvANs6 INNI overwork. cr am
S nor" and no person or family hold duties try'P.
mid4 be without them. If you nre a lan
O saaboltendrrstbl nre hausted by mentu
tchester,N. and Toronto, Ont. If youhave,
sserve Your Old Books ! '*f'".'*
E. R. STOKES, "i
uik Book Manufacturer "Em
MNE1RA BOOKBiNDER, R
. moved opposite the City Hall, where
fully prepared, with fist.lass work
.ANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
sound in any style desired.
rfacilities adlong acquaintance wt il L
nsiness enable me to guarantee satisfac- Es L
on orders for Bank Books, Railroad SIX ESPECIAL
:s, and Books for the use of Clerks of.
C, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in 1st-It is the ei
ty, and other County Officials. 2nd-It is as St
rphlets, Magazines, Music. Newspapers r--I t sth
eriodicals, ad all kinds of publications
d on the most reasonable terms and id
orders promptly attended to.
E. R. STOKES,
ain Street. opposite New City Hall,
t. , 41-tf. Columbia, 8. C.
?lection is Over.
>w go and bear the votes counted at
RK'S GALLERY, where the flnest Art
ks that bave ever been ext,ibited in
>erry, are on exhibition. And while
sit for your picture, and take to your
ts some of their superior photographs.
e warn you that delays are dangerous:
-e it is too late.
-.W. H. Clark feels confident, after an
rience of fifteen years, that he can
ce a class of work that will please th-It will do
~ive perfect satisfaction. Inade.
pying old pictures anid enlarging to 5thb-It will tak
desired side, also reducing to the .than any
et, a specialty. th-(Last but
r style and quality of work, refers to than any
ditor of this paper.
CLARK BRO'S. ALL SIZE
v. 10, 46-tt A.nd PRIN'
7ENTOR,S AteyEso Ba* a
iington, D. C., for instructions. lRen.
le terms. References and advice sent
We attend exclusively to Patent 21O
ess. Beissues, Interferences, and oases
ed in other hant'saspecialty. Caveats No.34-m
ted. Upon receipt of model or sketch ______
ithtty, FE OF e ARGR. We refe
Coioner oE bPatents, lso to Ex- __
LENN & POOL,
Smeesto Wn. F.NManse, dee'd.)
e undersigned having associated them
together for the purpose of conduct
he INSURANCE BUSINESS, would Fraeb
tfully ask for a continuance of the Ja.1,-m
ess lately entrusted to Majo:r Nance,
.so any ne' business that may offer.
JAMES F. GLENN. Paet
TENCH C. POOL. .WADEO.
g. 9, 1881. 32-tf.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, -S. C.
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n one of the most.I
eases ofe THT
.d as in the
ant and tonic to bail4
tr oPlnoff Bomk and
r Stamp on each bottle,
I in Weene
I quess; also in G
ITIZENS OF .NEWBZBRY
this Method bas over the
Dlll at the Studio, or Sen
a Child of Five Years can
19ely as it is written, witb
On in a short fime aM
ally Taching thig.
r TuItLon alone was
rol to lea[= InM t
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nochanie ofer, men
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sirain or aamnaosec~
stimnulants, but seP5
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ence: ite~Um ge
ra dose batwl
es W:Iaa St..No. t
mia BUmse noLZ ~
PWNTS OF EXC
e less to keep it la repinr
not least) It costz
first-elass press madIe
Are the eS *
ON & SMITH,
Street, Wauhitigti0, D.C