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Fowls, to be palatable and ten
der, should be fattened quickly.
From eight to ten days are suffi
cient. Place the birds in a roomy
coop, in some outbailding, where
they will be free from draft and in
a modified light. The morning
food should be given as early as
possible, and should consist of good,
sweet, yellow coinmeal, mixed with
one-third its quantity of heavy
wheat middlings; mix with boiling
water, and in the water should be
chandler's scraps sufficient to make
the water quite greasy. To every
two quarts of feed, every other day,
mix a tablespoonful of powdered
charcoal before the water is poured
on the feed. Let it stand covered
up; after being mixed for twenty
minutes, then feed. At noon use
the meal, leaving out the middlings,
and in its place put in all the table
scraps you can get and some finely
chopped cabbage. Use the char
coal only in the morning feed. At
night feed corn that has been boiled
until it has swollen twice its nat
ural size. Every other day add to
noon feed a little buckwheat (in
grain). Give water after each feed.
Warm, sweet milk is best if you
have it to spare. Give during the
day, but always give water for
drink at night. Do not feed any
thing for at least twelve hours be
fore killing, and let the last feed be
soft food; and if you would like a
nice, gamy flavor to the meat let it
contain a gond p1 ortion of chop
ped celery. Fowls fed in this way
fatten very rapidly, and their flesh
is tender, juicy and tempting.
FAn SPRnG (mcs.-In breed
ing poultry, no matter whether
they are the high-priced thorough
bred stock or not, the main idea
with all is usually one of profit,
and the proper way to commence
as well as carry it out, is to try to
make a fair profit, even if all the
surplus stock is sold in the open
market at ordinary fowl-meat
prices, and not at the usual ad
vanced prices obtained for fine,
pure-bred stock. Where this is
done, there is rarely, if ever, any
reasonable cause for dissatisfaction.
Where a person has the convenien
ees, there is no way in which as
much profit can be made from
poultry as breeding extra early
spring chicks, those which are
ready to market with early As
paragus, and weigh from two to
four pounds per pair or more.
. There is always a large demand
for these young 'broilers,' and at
prices which are not merely entire
ly satisfactory to the breeder, but
astonishing to those who are new to
the b'usiness. As they are mark
eted when about three months old,
they have cost but little for food,
and pay double and treble the
profit they would if kept until fall
and then sold in the market at a
dollar a piece, which price is much
above the average. Aside from
this, the loss from accidents and
sickness, which is no inconsidera
ble item, between the ages of three
months and eight or nine months,
is avoided.-D. Z. Evas, Ja., in
-Amer. Agriculturist for Mlar.
SwEET POTATO PUDDING. - One
pound of sweet potato boiled in a
S .little water ; when done, take them
out, peel them and mash very
J smooth ; beat eight eggs very light;
add to them half a pound of butter,
creamed, half a ponnid of sugar
(granulated,) half a teaspoonful of
powdered cinnamon, a very little
nutmeg, one wineglass of rose
water, one gill of sweet cream; stir
well; then add the sweet potato, a
little at a time ; mix all together,
stirring very hard ; then butter a
deep dish, put in the pudding and
bake three-quarters of an hour ; or
-line a pie-plate with puff paste, pmut
in the pudding and bake twenty
6 Nothing is better to clean silver
with than alcohol and ammonia.
After rubbing with this, take a lit.
tle whitening on a soft cloth and
-polish. Even frosted silver, which
is so difficult to clean, may be eas
ily made clear and bright.
Han S&UCE.-Four ounces of
butter five ounces of sugar, beaten
to acream ; pile it on the dish.
You can add a scrape of nutmeg
rittle lemon juice when beating
gre>u like-not enough to thin
at lag flavor.
English noblemen are adopting
the electric light for their palaces
and castles in the country.
John W. Daniel, late Democratic
candidate for governor of Virgina,
is made a bank president ot Lynch
A California man took a screw
Ariver from his pocket at the burial
of his son, and removed the silver
handles from the coffin
The commission appointed in
Garmany to revise Luther's trans
lation of the Bible has held its last
sitting and brought its work to a
The total annual consumption of
quinine throughout the world is
given at 220,000 pounds, of which
one-quarter is used in the United
There is a young woman shoe
maker in Atlanta. She has a small
shop of her own, in which she ham
mers and stitches as deftly as any
man in the trade.
A widow at Lafayette, Ind., re
ceives $1,700 as her husband's back
pension, though she was a wife for
a day only, having married him
while he was dying.
Electric lighting has made a be
ginning in India, the gardens in
Calcutta and the Elgin mills at
Cawnpore having adopted it, and
other places will follow suit.
Gen. Tom Thumb, the great
small man, gave a dinner to four
teen full-grown friends at St. Louis
the other dsy in celebration of the
nineteenth anniversary of his wed
The officers of the Lutheran
cehurch at Columbia, Ind., locked
out the pastor. He took an axe
from a neighboring wood pile,
chopped down the door and held
services as usual.
A new row of business houses at
1harlotte, Micb., has bevn named
Old Maid's Block by the owner,
who is a maiden of 40, and rather
proud of having made a fortune for
herself as a milliner.
The Municipality of Paris has
asked the Government to permit
the cremation of remains which
have illustraied anatomical lectures.
In two hospitals these aggregate in
a year some 3,500 corpses.
The delusion of an otherwise
sane Chicago man was to believe
that his cane was possessed of a
spirit. He talked to it, never let it
be out of his sight in waking, and
kept it by him when asleep.
Mrs. Hayes is gratified to learn
that her $3,000 dinner set was used
at a recent State dinner in the
White House, but she may be
shocked when she finds that seven
wineglasses served as tenders to
A man broke through the ice at
Bay City, Mich., while his hands
were in his trousers pockets, and
was unable to extricate them. But
he hooked his chin over the edge of
the ice, anid so held his head above
water until rescued.
Four boys got into a Denver
theatre free by using a skeleton key
on a side door. They enjoyed their
deadheadism every evening for a
week, and were only detected when
they began to let in other boys at
half the regular price of admission.
A girl at Carrolton, Ark., was be
trothed to one man while she de
sired to marry another. She mar
ried the first, but promised the
second that at the end of six
months she would elope with him.
This arrangement has been carried
A novel kind of fishing is prac
ticed by a diver at Burlington,
Iowa. Clad in his suit, he de
scends into the river at a point
where large quantities of catfish
are gathered by an eddy, and
catches them easily with an iron
Tiffany, of New York, only the
other day, made to order a pair of
garter buckles, the substance of
which was pure gold, and the at
tachments of four caret diamonds.
Who he made them for he declined
to tell, but the order was from
Bartholdi's colossal statue of Lib
erty lighting the World, which is
designed to stand as a lighthouse
at the entrance to New York har
bor, is completed, but it is not to
be delivered until a pedestal satis
factory to the French committee
has been erected.
Dr. J. B. Clayton, of Goodman,
Miss., seems to be one of those men
who, as Shakespeare says, are fit
fortreason, stratagem and spoils.
At all events, he did not have
enough music in his soul to
thoroughly appreciate1'the serenade
given him by a party of young men
INDORSED BY di
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. A
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
ros 1fmetit,subowels v
he ac an2Xlia"ir ......thte shouiS
Y 15;; S e as
nes t sgt,hihy Coloe rine.
T ESE WARNINGSAREU EEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED, A
TUM' pj a9re e sllyiUiadaptedta
such cases,one dose ects suchachang
of feeling as to astonish the suferer.
They1nere theA ppetite, and cause the
body to Take on F;eb -~tesse is
jearished. and by thelrTwoleAtOOfth
Difeadv Stol ejpro
TUTT'S HAIR DYE, A
GaEAzLorWKISx changed to aGzossr :A
B acby a singl S-ppl IROb this Mrr3L It A
imats a nat:i color, ats Instantaneously.
Sol dbruggist, c =nt, by expren on receipt of $1
Office, 35 Murray St., New York,
C" XLX.TCTr 3AL of TalImble Ld=t1mato md
(VWR*cdpbs wilU be wailed IE%= on AllJlOh
HotetWers 'Stomach Bitters is the grent
household medicine of the American G
and is taken everywbereas a safeguardagns
epidemics and endemics, as a remedy for dyp, I
ge iiusness and irreguaiis of the
i as a cure for chills afever and rheu
matic e ailmnts, as a sedative in nervous case% v
n as a geeal invigorant and restorative.
For sfe by all Drugsts and Dealers
W. P. HALL, President. IS
Di. ST. JULWB RAVENEL, Chemist.
W. B. CaisoLx, Superintendent.
Edisto Phosphate Companj,'t
CHARLESTON, S. C. A
Edisto Acid Phosphate,
Edisto Ash Element,
Edisto Ammoniated Fertilizer,
Edisto Ground Bone,
And Importers of GermanA
SPECIAL BRANDS F
Manufactured to Order.a
CAR LOAD LOTS DELIVERED FREE d
ON BOARD CARS.
Any quar'tity delivere~d free on board t
vessel at Company's works.a(
. B.E. SLOAN,
TREASURER AND GENERAL AGENT,
At Office of J. B. E. Sloan & Son.
Jan. 12, 2-3m.a
GERMAN KAIlflT, p,
(Direct from the Agent of the Peruvian
(G to 8 per cent. Ammonia.) C
Nova Scotia Land Plaster.
SOUTH CAROLINA A
(Fine ground and high grade.)
CHARLESTON, S. C.A
Dec. 15, 50-3m.A
We want a limited number of active, en
ergetic canvases G mna e npesn
fnd arare chance
TO MAKE MONEY. a
Such will please answer this advertise
mnent by letter, enclosing stamp for reply,
giged in.None but those who m ean b
ness need app ALErsEVEY & Co.
Nov. 17, 1880-47-2y. Atlanta, &a.
cancla eS n'of the good chances formak
erally become wealt y whil those whto do t
not improve suc chanCes remani pover
girls to work for us right In their own 1o
calit-the Any on can do the work proe. a
pay more tha uttimes ordinary wages.
You a e our holme tie to the
r,or only your spar moments. Ful
free. Adress SnNsoN & Co., Portland,
ain. 45-ly- ~
P A T ENTS.
IF. A.. Lehman, Solicitor of American and
business connected with Patents, whether' A
bomthe atent Office or them Courts
e ess apatent is secured. Send for circular, a
Sep. 21, 38-tf-w.l.A
TI mbusiness now before the public.
A ork tr us than at anythin else.
UCapital not needed. We wll~ start
yu. $12 ada and upwards made at home
bthe industious. Men women, boy and
1yoete. You hean liv at home ad
do the work. No one can fall to make enor- EI
tand term fre oney made fas esly
and honorably. Address TEUE & Co., Au
gusta, Maine. 48-l7
-31. L. EK
I IFALL AI
g o CLO']
o RNI2' [URl
P To Be Foun
Feb. 23, 8-t.f.
I C H A N
Has emvployed a 6'
ence in, his CUSTOA
Fall, who wil, with
stylish cut of his ga
the most fastidious.
F0REIGN AND DI
SU ITS $25 A
JE WwI. !'OTATOES
A fiull ':o&.I in !ia'son always 0:
'-,.: snsrs can ther
B:iFT 1 ro .mt I' I en to ordeis
55, 57 4-. M;re Sret
Oct., 40- aim.
Ib-preeSmu :- ctiouns of North at
tan ou eim ta the
is the Be:st and Most ReU
use, and that the
which we put out for the first timie last|
Phosphate on the Market.
It is not necessiary for us to say any
which :nay be obtained from our Agents
amply repay perusal.
1E e will have a moderate supply of e
payable in Cotton next Fall. If there is
chant to order it.
Jan. 26, 4-2mn Savannah, 4
A nc .- 0e:1 oA IROCKERY i
GLAN '. jI :ee and for sale1
WVho :in V :> o-.. few of t.hose CUE J
STOV>.. LC nck :. .ou want or
176o -e: c:n t rry on t.hc TJ'
BUSINES: in. i!!~ uitbs, and keeps
fzli line of
Tinware and Stoves
And Ma-. TO-: 'o ist, who will<
all the ' '::1 T T FAIN G and oth
JOB W(o> ia a , ju at as cheap as
can afoni n . ilr. 23, 47--ly.
TO SELi A 08S !.9L ARTICL.
TII HE~ poorv~ :tsoa th. rich, the old
Iwell as the yo~'n, t he wife as well
the huis n. eoun;; maiden as well
the younig nam tie girl :as well as the be
may j n.a .. - a '*-Xri aL t.- dollars in ho
et emiao "we* ? a-, to' .,ih tround the hlou
and wai;. .i her:. to. c.rn it for them. 1
can give y 0:? -:opilymnt, all the time,
during your ir.- hous nly; traveling,
in your own nenhlhrhood, among yoi
friend, rt :.jaam.nea... 1f you do n
carc tr' e::iiay'ment. we' can impart valu
cost y'. u '1 e 1. In 'o otal card 1
write no ': i rsetu., and it may be ti
mean' ..' r.:...y....a..ood umny dlollar
Do ii" -' ..p dl1I.rmunity. You
not n. arg um of mone,
and r .a o,ig it. You -wi
rei: U i,- an' easy matter1
nmak' -' a: .ek,and establil
a lr:'i o.en de tt business,ho:
oralil. s:r sm iin profitable. A
tnl to i : a .1.1- N -for iheire is lONE
iN I T a -r :. ..mgage with us. We wi
srpris.-M ''- .0 A-ili wonder why y(
nCvr -'vr': ' i.-oret WE SENt' FU1
ra wa nm :::CE 1sM'F'G CO.,
(N:uu , :. 00- MAlUoN, OHIO.
Sp -:1. :-ar,.
Everyhb:lv i, delighted with the tastel
and h:utirdi 'lection made by Mrs. L
mar, whoi hasi NEVER FAILE.D to please h'
cutomerS. Ne'w Fall circular just issue
Send for it.
Address MRS. ELLEN LAMAR,
877 Broadway, New York.
TNov 9A, 4R--tf.
>lumbia & Greenville Railroad.
COLUIA. S. C., February 11th,12.
)n and after Sunday. February l2th, 1882, the
LSSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith in
:ated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
ave Columbia,A - - 4 12.80 p In
" Alston, -- - - 1.87 p ma
" Newberry, - - - - 2.37 p In
Ninety-Six, 4.10 p In
Hodges, - - - 5.06 p In
Belton, , - - - 6.26 p m
-rive Greenville, - - - - 7.51 p in
No. 53. DOWN P.iSSENGER.
eve Greenville, - - - 8.44 a m
Belton, - - - 1. a In
Hodges, - 1180 a m
Ninety-Six, - - - - 12.45 p In
Newberry, - - - 1.59 m
Alston, - , - . p m
rive Columbia,F - - 4.06 p In
ARTANBURG, UNION a COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
ave Alston, - - - - 1.47 p In
" Strotber, - 3..U p W
Shelton, SZ---- 8.55 p m
Santuc, , - - --5.04 p In
Union, - - - - 6.09 p In
Jonesville, - - - 7.05 p m
rrive Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, E 8.85 p In
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
eve Spartanburg, R.& D. Depot, H 10 50 a m
Spartanburg, S. U. & C. DepotG11.06 a m
Jonesville, - - - 32.08 pm
Union. - - - 12.87 p m
Santuc, - - - 1.07 p In
Shelton, - = 1.45 p In
Strotber, - - - 2.18 pm
rrive at Alston. - - - 2.56 p m
aveNewberry, - - - - 2.50 p m
rrive at Laurens C. H., - 5.u8 p m
eve Laurens C. H., - - - 9.15 a m
rive at Newberry, - - s 1.00 p In
eve Hodges, % - - 5.12 p In
rive at Abbeville, - - 6.2 p m
aye Abbeville, - - - - 10.30 a In
rrive at Hodges, - - - - 120a m
BLUR RIDGE RAILROAD AD ANDIRSON
ve Belton at. 6.32 p In
i Anderson 7.09 p In
' Pendleton 7.52 p In
ve Seneca C, 8.58 p m
ive at Walhalla 9.23 p I
eve Walhalla at, - - 7.20 a in
eve Seneca D, 8.08 a M
" Pendleton, - - 8.48 a In
" Anderson, - - 9.24 a m
yrive at Belton. - 10.00 a II
With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmin n, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad 90om Wilminkton and nll
luts North thereof.
WiV Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
With A. & C.Div., R. & D. E. R., from At%
lanta and beyond.
With A. & C. Div., R. 8 D. V. R., from all
points Soith and West.
With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmin n and the North.
With Charlotte, Colus ia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
S!audard Tine used is Wa-hington, D. C.,
hich is lifteei minutea fas.ter than Columbia.
T. K. X. FALCO=f, Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. PoPz, General Passenger Agent.
oath Carolina Railway Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after February 12, 182, Passenger
rains on this road will run as follows un
I further notice:
GOING EAST, DAILY.)
eave Columbia at - - . 4.15 P. M.
rrive Camden at - - - - 7.13 P. M.
rrive Charleston at - - - 9.00 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
ave Charleston at - - - .45 A. M.
ave Camden at - - - -7.40 A. M.
rrive Columbia at - - - 12.15 P. M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
a've Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M!.
rrive Augusta at -- - - 7.35 A. M!.
rrve Charleston at - - - 6.20 A. M!.
GOING WEST DAILY.
cave Charleston at - - -8.15 P. M.
eave Augusta at - - - - 4.45 P. M.
rYe Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. M!.
All trains run daily excepttrains on Cam
en Brunch, which are daily except Sun
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
xpress Trains--berths only $1.50-between
olumbla, Charleston and Augusta. On
tturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
re sold to and from all Stations at one first
ass fare for the round trip, good till Mon
y noon to teturn. Connections made
Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
alroad and Charlotte, Columbia and Au
usta Railroad at Columbia Junction by
an arriving at Columbia at 12.13 P. M1.
ad leaving Columbia at 415 P.&f., to and
m all points on both Roads. At Charles
>n with Steamers for New York on Wed
sdays and Saturdays; also, with steamer
>r Jacksonville and points on St. John
Iver and with Savannah and Charleston
airoad to all points South.
Connections are made at Au with
eoa Railroad and Central iloa to
ad rm all points South and. West.
Through tickets can be purchased to all
nits South and West, by applying to
A. B. DESAUSSURE, AgentCOlimbia.
D..C. ALTLJEN, G.P. & T. A.
,JOHN B. PECK, General Manag'er.
arlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. L.
OFFICE GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. Febru,r 1.882.
On and after Sunday, Februr 1,1882, the
dlowing Schedule will be operaedby this
No. 55 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
cave Augusta, A...............8.20 a m
rrive at Clumbia. B.............12.25p m
cave Columbia, B..............12.32 p m
rrive at Charlotte, C............. 5.35 p m
No.51 DAILY-MMdL AND EXPREss.
cave Augusta, ................. 6.00p m
rive at Columbia, D...........10.35 p m
cave Columbia, D..............10.42 p m
rrive at Charlotte, C............ 3.25 a m
0.17 LOCAL FREIGHT, daily except Sundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
cave Columbia................. 5.50 a m
rrive at Charlotte............... .4.55 p m
No. 52 DAILY-MAI AND EXPRESS.
cave Charlotte. C...........-... U.30 am
rrive at Columbia,B............4.18 p m
cave Columbia, B.............. 4.25 p m
rrive at Augusta, A............ .4p m
No. 54 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPEES.
eave Charlotte, C................1.10 a m
.rrive at Columbia, D.............5.38 ant
eave Colubia, D...............5 45a m
rrive atA usa, A.............52 a m
(Wih PssegerCoach attached.)
cave Charlotte...............--5.50 a m
rrive at Columbia..............4.45 p m
A-With all lines to and from Savannah,
lorida and the South and Atlanta, Macon
ad the Southwest.
B-With South Carolina Rairoad to and
C-With Richmond and Danville Railroad
>and from all points North, Atlantic, Ten
essee and Ohio Railroad and Carolina Cen
D-Connect with the W. C. A A. R. B. i-or
mington and all points on the Atlantic
Pulman Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52
ad 55 between Augusta and Washington,
.C, via Danville, Lynchbu and Char
ttesvlle. Also, on Tris 5 and 55 be
veen Danville and Richmond.
Numbers 51 and 55 run solid between Au
sta and Florence and carry Pullman
leepers between Augusta tnd Wilmington
ad -between Augusta and Greensboro, N. C.
Above schedule Washington time.
A. POPE, General Passenger Agent.
G. . TAL.COr, Superintendent.
sheville and Spartanburg Railroad.
-SPARTANBURG,.S. C., September 1, 1881.
On and after Thursday, September 1, 1881,
assenger trains will be run daily (Sundays
cepted) between Spartanburg and Hen
ersonville, as follows:
eave E. & D. Depot atSpartanburg.4..20 p m
rrive atfHendersonville.........7.30 p m
cave Hendersonville............. 8.30 a ma
rrive E.& AD. Depot,Spartanbug.12.00 mn
Both trains make connections for Colum
in and Charleston via Spartanburg, Union
ad Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte by
ir Line. JA MES ANDERSON,
COL UMBIA, S. C.
This new and elegant.House, with all
odern improvemecntsr-'i-n;0 open for the
seption of guests.
8. L. WRIGHT & SON,
Mar. 19, 12--tf Pro rietors.
BIA, S. C.,
nd Best Stock of O
D WINTER g .4
S1H ING 0 0
d in the State.
ErA, s. C.,
ztter of much experi
f DEPARTMENT thit
his son, noted for tho
-ents, be able to pleas
LNNT LINE OF
ia Peanuts a Specialty.
LEMONS. COCOANUTS. RAISIN
2 hand. No Oommission or Auction Goods ha
uforo de~peud upon first claRs stock.
,T &> C O .,
- CHARLESTON, S. I
I A U AL
ad South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama esu
-IBBS & CO'S
able and Cheapest Fertilizer
IBBS & CO.'S
3eason, has proved unexcelled by any Aci
thing about these Foer.ilizers as the repor
ar ourselves cover the whole subject, and wa
ach, which can be obtained from our Agent
2 Agent at your Railroad Depot, get your me
~OX, GIBBS & CO.,
ra., and Charleston, S. C.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelrh
WVATHlES AND JEWIE
'At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
1 have now on hand;a large and elegar
' WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELR1
P Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAE STRI-NGS,
a SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASEE
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS VA RIETY.
All orders by tnail promptly attended t<
10 Watchmaking and Repairini
e Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf
sA SUPERIOR LOT OF
o Always on hand at
Ji TAYLOR'S REPOSIT0RY,
,Below M. Foot & Son's, on opposino side.
G all and loo.k .t ch,-mn. For nile by
STAYLOR & CLJINE.
TE P'ENITON HOUSE
(Formerly the Xansion Rouse,)
JOHN I. PENNINGTON, Proprietor
This popular and conveniently locate:
house has been opened by the present Pr(
uli prietor, who will spare no pains to mak
i- his guests comfortable. With rooms lyg4
r airy, clean and well furnished, a table suj
i. plied with the best that can be had, polit
and ready attention on the part of his ser
vants, be feels assured of giving satisfaction
Tsrms,$l per Day; *12.50 per Ninth.
June 22, 25-tf.
Use Lawrence 4
For COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROA ,E
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseaseof '
Pit i nFt a 0icaed ,
4 and LUNG% but it ba never been advant
BIYE. 0t sotigBlai rprisaLddi
system after the cough has been relieved. Quart size
~AIlTdIIYDo not be deelved by d
CAUTION I i *placeof ourT
MEDICATED article-the genuine has a Private Die
permits It to bo Sold by Druggists, Grocer as
A WrrI OUT SMCMAr .
The TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Propi
A GRAID MUSJICA1
THE STUDY OF MUS
The Labor of Years Aecom)
the New Inductive.1
Mrs. W. I
Has Opened a STUDIO over 1
Store for the Recepti
iHaving Taught this Method in the North with U
, ville, .C., now Offers her Services and the Metha
AND VJCIN ITY.
ap- IN is inpossible to set forth ALL THE ADV
Old System, in an Advertisement, but invite all int
f IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It Is so Simple
It does away with years of dugr
It takes the Pupil almost ime ly into the '
I continues the same throughout the whole Course o
It is not a superficial method, but applies to all
out any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educated ela
This Method is entirely different from the Old S
An opportunity is ofered to all to gain a Music
for Less Mwpense than
&- Many.of my Pupils in the South are no
which was gained at a nominal expense,*while my
Th od falfils the maxim that "Whatever i
ens life and increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 ets.
W| Books and Shet Music will be Pt
FOR FURTHER PARTiCULARS, CALL ON O
Feb. 23, S-tf.
The arestand Bst edicinb ever)We -a
Aceo nt f Hops,Buchu,
raic and Dandellonauthetr
rot rtie properMs
hoks tore iaBlood Purifier Live
Aat nh onif f
-oediee eevermade; th "IN tuwss eH
Lltesaehsem. As OLSC5r
To-a.wose andmeont,n. Irrhu e
qreaseptzrv Yoni ur ld Bs!m
Has moved opposite tsedheunal,dre
cuheoreifully p oepaer ithest-lawok
me,stoallknds ofewor in hs line.
iBeK e BKeS ULE oanpter
Myefcilies ad tong auTAinacwt
Cour, heriffs, Proate JOdge. 1:sesi
Et,anster Yourt Ocils. Boo nd
Pamlets, Bookies Maufcturwpaer 3r
Haboed opst the moCiasnbeter Hand wen
the bstll peaed,wtr.s.laswr
mel, tordor alplysofwr attnd ln.
E.BAK OK RU.lTOKES,ater
abuin rey pste de ired. ll
Otheb.ns e,abletme toarnebia C
Eetion onodr io akos, Over.n~ I
Boks, and osafr the uoes onedk of
CoARKSGALLRY, Pobae de nstrsi Art
Neqbery, aor ont Oxhii. Andnhil
atderitoicals, icture allndo puiaketonsu
hound omte os rhersonaero phtgrsadhin
te etwanr. ohtdlysaedneos
MrEW . Clr elSTcOnfKEn,atra
expeienceet oppsite yers Ctya Hecan
an gvepefet aistOn. r
Cowyigoldpue and tevoenrit ath
aRK'dSe GALLER, alsoreduceinet t
. Nemal rr, ar onpei iitoalAdtyie.
ther styeadqaityfryupue and workef to u
hes oedio of thisperio htorps
No.v.0 46-. Clr el odn,atrand
endprene oliciteo ers, 1 eeth htee can
andE gie pefattendfectuiveyno. atn
Coying old pItrerdena,ing to Nth
any desiredio weside, aloureduinontastto
patenyblity aREE qualityGof work refert
tthe diormmtisioner. aet, lot x
Co.i10,oners. EsaLA BR866.
sonabes t WRfnand8 advi'd.)n
Th. e aterined ehasvely asoatetm
uinessh. Isues,C IBUSfernES, n de
reectfuld as fohr a actinuaefte Jn
bsiecited. Unrceipd o mdejor sNatch,.
andescritany e vusies opinio mas ofr
TENCNN POOL, .w
W. H.ceurt W.FALAC,e)
NEWBERRY, F. C. an.
Oc. 88142. 8- furnA
HROAT, CHEST AND IC.
vwavs been one of the mat
)ns *rielded by the UiEDIOA~CULTX
itthe ecocmnts fOOG
rCH=TS ASTEXA, SOUREEAR
and all diseases of the THlOATCE
componded s ith TOLOWN:and
Sive imnint and tonic to fifd up the
bottles, Price $1.0o.
ealers ho toahn,boIs the I' 4a
FM er ERe where
Poreay Stb=p on eacZ otS.hC
2D ISCO VEIL!!
ished iu Weelm %Y
[othod for the
1. Y. Leavell's FurnItare.
or! of Pupils.
nparalleled ; also in Grem
, to the CITIZI"NS OF NEWBERE
kNTAGES this rethod bas over the
arsted to Call at the Studio, or Send',
that even a Child of Five Years -ean
ience of Musical Compositlo'nS, "W
Msic precisely as it is written, with-, tr:-2,
i o the community. -
zI Aucation in a short tie ar
SsucestUg Teaching this ethOiL.e
expense for aTon alone was .3
hrtens the road to learning, length
-ushed on Moderate Terms.
W. H. CLARK
'I. - -n
h"'''"'''sca.-~,~..t~.. o-Gsner. Be.c.
irake, Slingia.andmany ether aab ,bes
:table remedies known. cares aliid o
age ry des r'Umf ta
er Trac Itwill VmIa~5
5frnghingi - Sud1iGiUgerTmZ
A TRIAL OF THE.
hLL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIAT
.SPECIAL POINTS OF EXCEL CL1
It is the easiestirngy preiliade
-It is as Strong as any press smade~
-It is the most Durable press inade -
It wDldo asgoodwoksanyprein -
It willtakeess to kepit in rp
than any press made.
(Last but not least) It costs less
than any first-class press made
ALL SIZE PRESSES, TYPEr
I. PBNTEBS' SUP.E
2! GERMAN ST.,
Are the Essies
Safest and. Bet i
For Sale by Dr. W.E.?EHAX..
~atents for Inventions.
AmERsON.. * C M. i
NDERSON & SMITH,^
AT1OBNEY-AT-L AW, -
ro seventh street, Vaaingo, DZ.
ee for prelimninarv exs3fami* M
10ss pantisallowed. Fees
,tber responsible agency. Boei et
nation ent free of charge.:BeannesS -
ho upon rest.epa.2 3BM.*.L