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THE STOCK PEA.
Of the stock pua and its cultiva
tion, a Tennessee contributor writes
to the Southern World : I do not
think the chinch bug ever troubles
the stock or cow pea. In fact I
know of but one insect that does.
and that not to any extent- In
very dry seasons, a small borer per
forates the hull enclosing the pea
and damages it to some extent, not
more than ten per cent., however,
in the worst cases. The cow pea is
remarkably exempt from insect
"How many bushels of peas to
the acre and how many tons o:
hay ?" is difficult to answer, and all
depends on. the ground, the season
and the mode of cultivation. If
you wish forage and not peas, sow
baoadcast on well manured land,
that has been broken up twice and
harrowed. Sow when the frost is
well out of the ground (for our pea
is a tender plant) se- from the mid
die of May to the 10th of June- It
would do later in this climate, for
they are easily killed by frost, and
would not be ready for cutting un
der sixty days, at the shortest and
a longer time is better. When
sown this way, they produce a great
deal of vine and but few peas.
This is especially the case with the
black ground runner, a hardy, vig
orous variety, that yields vine abun
dantly. If you wish to raise peas
plant. the Whippoorwill variety,
which gets its name from the color
of the bird and not for any fond
ness the bird has for the pea, for I
believe the Whippoorwill is alto
gether an insectivorous bird. Plant
in rows three feet apart, drop peas
six to eight inches in the drill and
cover lightly with a broad harrow.
When well up run a bull tongue or
cultivator next to the pea as near as
you can without. disturbing the
young vine ; in about two or three
weeks run a double o'r single shovel
in the middle, thoroughly breaking
them out. This is all the attention
they usually need and if your ground
is not too rich and the season has
not been too wet you may expect an
abundant crop of peas in the fall.
They continue to bloom and bear
until the frost kills the vines ; con
sequently the longer frost stays off,
the more peas you will gather. The
ground of course should be well
broken a time or two before plant
ing. We frequently sow between
corn drills the last plowing, but
this is not a good plan, for the
vine is too much shaded. It an
swers very well however, to plani
two or more peas in each hill of
corn at the first hoeing given the
corn. Then will they climb the
stalk and yield an abundant crop.
This is true of the black and brown
eyed corn field pea, which is an
excellent table pea and furnishes a
savor y dish that a king might be
WHAT CAX BE SowN IN yUE.
garden" in early spring, and doing
up the sowing all at once, do not get
the -greatest good from their gar
dens. There are many vegetables
of which the season can be greatly
prolonged by making successive
sowings. A striking example of
this is Sweet Corn, which, by judi
cious sowings may be had every
day until frost stops its growth. In
many localities, the most thorough
ly tropical plants, such as Limna
Beans, Okra, and the Melons, do
better if put in now than if sown
earlier. For succession, after the
first sowing, put in Bush Beans,
Beets (allowing plenty to be used
as beet greens), Cucumbers, and
other pickle plants Carrots, Kohl
Rabi, and Salsify, are among those~
that may still be sown and make a
crop before frost arrives.
([American Agriculturist for June.
LEMoN CRExm&s.-Pare four lem
ons very thinly, and throw the peel
into twelve tablespoonfuls of water.
Squeeze the juice over eight ounces
of finely powdered sugar. Beat
well the yolks of ten eggs, then
add the peel, water and juice grad
ually, and strain it through the
muslin into a stewpan. Stir it one
way over a gentle fire till it be-!
comes pretty thick, but do not let
it boil. Serve in custard cups.
Nitrate of soda is a good fertil-!
izer, but cattle like it, and it is aI
- deadly poison for them to get much
fur ip gaskt .
James Vick, the well-known seeds
man, of Rochester, N. Y., is dead, g
aged 64 years.
The protestant Episcopal Clergy
men's Insurance league has paid
$316,000 to the widows and orphans
of deceased clergymen during the
ast thirteen years.
James Gordon Bennett has given 8
Mrs. DeLong $50,000 in United T
.tates government bonds. Libe
ral, to be sure, but none too much a
for the loss of a good husband.
Russian Xews to the number of a
3,000 have arrived at Castle Garden
.iince the 1st of September, and, m
with the exception of some 300, they
have all been provided with employ- m
The New Jersey Legislature has e
passed a bill that when a jury in
civil cases have been out six hours
and have not agreed upon a verdict p
nine of the twelve (three-fourths)
way do it.
The Direetors of the Augusta B
and Knoxville Railroad have de
cided to give the Savannah Valley C
Railroad $25,000 to complete its
grading. The reads will connect -
at Dorn's mine.
General James R. Chalmers, of
Mississippi, was no sooner sent
home from Washington, by the Re.
publicans, than he declared himself
an enemy of the "Lamar Democra
cy," and an "Administration" can
didate for Congress from the Sec- (
ond District of Mississippi. h
The bill compelling railroads in
Texas to carry passengers at a
uniform rate of three cents a mile
passed the Legislature and was
signed by Governor Roberts within
fifteen minutes after it was pre
sented to him. It goes into opera
tion ninety days after the close of
the present session.
The Richmond and Danville Rail- L
road system report an increase in t
earnings of all the roads for the Q
first week in May, the Columbia and T
Greenville taking the lead by an in- i
crease of 37 per cent. The Vir -
ginia Midland gains 20 per cent.
and the Richmond and Danville 10 A
per cent. over the same time last
Queen Victoria is about to mar
ry off her only unmarried daughter.
Report says that a husband has
been found for her in the person
of the eldst son of the Landgrave
of Hesse. It was stated some
time ago that the Princess Beatrice
never intended to marry, but it ~
seems that she hiss changed herA
mind or her mother has changed it
A Vermont paper relates that a A
farmer living near St. Johnsbury
hired a Frenchman to- work for 2
him. The first morning the French
man was called at 4 o'clock for
breakfast. After eating a hearty u
meal he arose from the table and]
remarked : "This best place I ever
get in ; two suppers in one night.
Hurrah for bed again," and re.
tired, not appearing again until 6
A Montreal paper mixed up an
account of Catholic mission pro
gress in Africa and a receipt to
make tomato catsup, viz: 'They
(the missionaries) are accustomed
to begin their work by buying
heathen children and educating
them. The easiest and best way to
emisto first wipe them I
with a clean towel -
them in dripping pans and bake
them till they are tender.'
The marriage of Timothy Haley, -
aged 70, to a girl 17, was not ex.
pected by the people-of Brooklyn,
Ky., to prove a happy one, yet
they are surprised by the separa- S
tion that has taken place, as it was in
brought abou& by the old man in- re
stead of the bride. He is con. art
vinced, he says, that she married
him solely for his money, and folks
would like to know what the blazes -
he thought she married him for.
Mrs. Betsy Mason, wife of Ser
geant Mason, had an interview with
the President on the 11th, and In
made a strong personal appeal for at
her husband's release from the Al
bany Penitentiary. The President_
said to Mrs. Mason that he had
great sympathy with her and that
the petitions for the pardon of her
husband would be laid before the
Cabinet. The general impression
is that Mason's sentence will bel1
mitigated in a short time.
John D. Lewis, a wealthy mulat
to, was killed about five years ago
in Central Park, N. Y., by being
thrown from his buggy. He left v
property valued at $250,000 to
$500,000, and, supposing him to be
a single man, it was divided betwenH
a half brother and a half sister,~
both full- blooded negroes. A young
white woman of European extrae.
tion now turns up claiming to bedo
the widow of the deceased. The 1t a
claim will cause much liiation
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
C t,he present generation. It is for the
are of this disease and its attendants,
LCK-HEADACHE. EILIOUSNESS. DYS
EPSIA, CONSTIPATION, FILES, et0., that
tTri- pIlLS have gained a world-wide
)putation. No Remedy has ever been
iscovered tht acts so gently on the
igeative organis, giving them vigor'to aa
iflate food. 8s a natural result, t
rervous 8ystem iBraced th Musces
re Developed, and the Body Bobust.
E. RIVAL. a Planter at Bayon Sara, L.asye
;y plantat-on is In a malaral district.'Fo
,veral years I could not make half a crop on
-count of bilious diseases and chills. I was
,Q ldisecouraged when I began the use of
CJIBPLS The result was marveous
ry laborers soon became hearty ad robust,
is I have had no further trouble.
rhey relieve the engorged L--e,elafe
e. Blood from poisonous bunmors, ams
use th bowels to act naturaln, with.
at whch noon. can feel well
rry thisreedy flairly, and yonwiflgal!
helt7Dgstn,VEVgoosody l uPr
riees.2 nom ee, and S4ul
aiee.mCentAurra Ofie nw~ t., N.YTi
UT'S HAIR DYE.
Ia.y HAIE or WERsKERs changed to a Grossy
r.Acs by a single application of this Dys. It
warta a natural color, and acts instantaneously.
by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt
ffioe, 85 Murray Street, New York.
rDr. TUTr"S MANUALS .f Valube
1"SfornaonI anad ti7eC ReeeiteSs
6eiu beesai e os apeatens.
Of Superior Quality.
ANT'S DRUG STORE.
May 11, 19-tf.
IUAL AID UNION
122 Gravier St., New Orleans.
1RETORS-J. P. LONGLEY, Prest.; H. T.
COTTAM, Vice-Prest.; R. H. HENRY,
Sec. and Treas.; S. M. TODD, A. REY
NOI, J. Q. A. FELLOWS.
This Union was orgftnioea to associate to
ether worthy unmarried white inen and
"omen, to assist each other by providing a
md for them at marriage by means of mu
ial assessments. No member can marry
efore six muonths and have any claim on
le marriage fund. Th- prices in this Union
re cheaper than those of any similnr or
anization. and its benefits are greater.
adies can join on the same terms as men.
he following table will show the benefits
tembers will be entitled to at marriage in
le differenl classes:
In Class A. B. C. D,
fter 6 months.... $150 $5001 $750 ,$l.00
... 2) 534 876: 1.16
.. 8 .. ...... 4 68 1.W: t 1,336
9 .. .... 37i 7521 i2i ,504
.. 13 .. .... 48 3 ,5 ,'
. 1 .. .... 46 910: 1,30 1,t4
13 .. . .... 542 1.03l 1,62I 2,163
.. 16 .. ... 2; 188 ,1
.. 17 1..12)---- ~S4
.. 18 ,. . . .5 ,20 ,0
.. 19 .. ..,. s1 23. 36
.. 20 .. .... PJ$ 2.0j .3
. 21 .. ....Lo
.. 23 .. . . '2 .80 ,4
- 21 . $ 100 $00 $70 $.000
CLAS C-embes7i 75e. $12 50 d
aneeAscsmen 41$ 8 Annua Du2e. 1,3.
CLAS DMmberlri 9e2, $ ,380 A 1,anc
sesmet, 4; 6nna Due, $6.00 .7
Addrss al co m.n52atios .0
.. 2H . E.... 1.000ar and0 3.000 4.000
CLASS A-Mem erSt.. Fee, $; lAdance
CL Stat w-eeryusip tee, 9;advaete
sesent, $M An alDue, . rn
s'esmNT, $4 ualDue STO.~
>Bth ofesacicler and Rtankaplia
R .HENY SecreAr ATauER
12isacio Garater on. Ne w Ores
ent. 13, 11 1-if.
By toWhroesahe andos o cout.
; heURNE DASWAER ol
stis ateon guarteeJtd ton Maj Nne
dv aso puy an d uiesffiaty. ofr
Aupr. 19, 15-8. 8
(uelessomrd towedF e, d'd.)
The Resined irn asoie to nhem
veds togethe found the ure ofcnducft
nspectfull astk,o at iocntimarket ofte
Pue -Ammrd Sde'CS Irn
~Ban, Elo,Rund Squr an0(. a
ma,i ful epstoek atows rnke pribealad
no.nnet t oe' New Bok.an
ars. Dec. 5,3-9-y.
CaitalO no need W ilMst,
itE m.1 WBERY can liC.thmad
We ore orearal to make erad
sp bysain now bone. otly ui. b
You camre.naey madey fast ersily,
hoorby Adorss than Coyhin Aelse.
e ineuti. Menwoen by.n
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
COLUMBIA. S. C.. April 29th, 1852.
On and after Monday, May Ist, 1882, the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - . 11.52 a m
Alston, - - - - 12.61 p In
" Newberry, - - - - 1.52 p m
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.24 p m
" Hodges, - - - 4.19 p in
" Belton, - - - 5.4u p m
Arrive Greenville. - - - - 7.05 p in
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - , - 10.25 a m
" Belton. - -. - 11.53 a m
Hodges, - - 117 p in
Ninety-Six, - - - - 2.33 p in
Newberry, - - - 8.56 p m
Alstou. - - 5.01 p in
Arrive Coiumbia,F - - 6.02 p m
SPARTANBURG. UNION & COLUMBIA RAILL.OAD.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Aiston, - - - - 1.05 p in
" Strother, - - - - 1.38 p m
" Shelton, - - - - 2.01 p in
" Santuc,-- - - - - 2.35 p m
Union, - - - - 3.10 p I
Jonesville, - - - 3.27 p m
Arrive Spartanburg, " - 4.15 p m
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Sparta:i bur, R. & D. Depot, H 1.1:1 p m
Spartaiburg, S. U. & C. Depot, 13: t' m
" Jonesville, - - - 226 pm
" Union. - - - 3.o2 p m
Santuc, - -- - 325n
" S.eltoun, - y - 3.57 p m
Stro;her, - - - 4.J p m
Arrive at Alston. - - - 4 53 1 m
Leave Newberry, - - - - 4.- 5 im
Arri:e it Laurens C. H., - - 7 08 p In
Leave Laureus C. H., -. - - 1.12 , m
Arrive ut Newberry, - a 1 25 p m
Leave Hodges, 1.3 in
Arrive at Abbeville, - - 223 p m
Leave Abbeville, -12.10 p
Arrive at Hodges, - -------- m
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton at. 5.42 p m
" Anderson 6.20 p
" Pendleton 0.58 m
Leave Seneca C, 7.86 p n
Arrive at Walhalla 7.59 p m
Leave Walhalla at, - - 9.3o a m
Leave Seneca D, 10.00 a m
" Pendleton, - - 10.38 a m
" Anderson, - - 11.11 a n
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.46 a m
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
Solid trains between Columbia and Wal
halla. Through Cars between Charleston
and Hendersonville, and Charleston and
Greenville. obviating change of cars bP.
tWeen either of the above points.
A. With South Carolina Railror&d from Char-s
With Wilmin 'ton, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad 'rom Wilm.ington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. B., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., B. & D. R. Rt., from At
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Piv., R. & D. U. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for %#ilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. B. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
standard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
which is iifte8n itastes taster thanl -Columbia.
T. M.. T.&LCOTr.* Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. PoPz, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railway Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after A)ril,3011:, 182, Passenger
ArrveCadenat- -- 9.0 P. M
Arrve halesonat .- 10.0 P. M
LArve Catreton at - - 1.0 A m
THav RCamde atCAR -* 8EVC.00A I
Lidtrinv twe Columbia and - 93 P.l ,.
hArive oghCrsbtwe Charleston atJ 82 .M
Ladvendrovle n Charleston and .1 .M
Arevlle,vainsgal ecepain o Camb
twen Branhr ofhc aroe daiyeteps. n
Sleeping Soath Careln atad from Nihtr
ExpesTrans-et ol 15-ewe
anRSnaiyroa ron triliketon asod alo
an pfominltatonsrth oneeof.rtcasfr
forth roudariott, goodumbl aonda Augusta
dasarerglrafrCarlyottsae andixcent pinsr
mie ortuh trpeo domalsttos
Bia With Asreeville RSparabr ain Ra
Raob ptain Wetrin ath Colia. at
11.2 WA. . an C.Dpin R. &.5 . R. ftom ad
frmalpointsO outh Rad s,th ho
P llant Slepe betwnd. aletn n
Wa ointn Sout Vinia Wes lndt. ut
F.WithSotha ConineRailoade for Chare
le ton.t taesfrNwYr nWd
Withay antn,s lo,mbiatan Anta
Randalofo Wilringto n h rh
ConinCharte, Cmaea Aundt Awgith
GogaRailroad and Chltent Raloadt.
adfrom llpontesouthani Ws
Thouhartkts an beond. sd o l
poitnar South sed est,b Wappling t,D.C.
wA.o B. DfEnAUintE Ateta Clumbia.
T.. . TALCLTT, G.n.Manage.
Aot . PCK, General naget.
On and after Say 3, Apil0,82,Passee
folloing S hedulea will boruateb follosn
G5 NG3 AT DAILY .) En~5
Leave Columbiaat B -.. -...-11525P.M.
Arrive atCharlsote, C- --. 14.30 pm M.
Leave Charlesttn at- .00 A. m.
Leave Cuanat..-..-.-..-...00 A. M
ArvColumbia, at .-.-.-~.10.28 p.m.
No1 OA IGHT,diyecp SunRESS
Leave Columbia.at.-.-.-..3.0 P. m.
Arrive augustarlte-.-..-..-.1. pm.
Arrive atCharlsontte-.-..-...2.0 a. m.h
Leave Charlotton Cat.-.-..-..15 pm M.
Arrive atColumbia, Bt.-.-.-...0 p.m.
drien Bancgsh, wihAre..dai..y.8xcep mun
day.48DIYMI N xRS. v
S(eeith Pasers a attached.to Nigh
Corrive and Chlmbarlet...On.Saturdays
A-Witho all Stins t n frm caannare
florid ahond tep Soutoad tlaMna Mnon
B-Wiethr .SEuthCroina Rickesrod tor an
dyarreal onsal atsxcet Ie
ml forarlon.rpt n ro lttos
C-WithRcn and Gre nville Railroa tailr
riin an 11.28 A. or., and atigaolina
P.D-.Connectwith mae a. C. & A. unc-b
frolmltnd all pointson Rod,th Atlrough
Pu-llman Sleeping between TrarlstNosn and
Washingbtwen, vAuVigsta andlahngront,
withoutvi change Connectiong mada Char
otesone Alt seae fonrn Ne6Yr an5 be
numbes 4and4 raund -;so beween SAua-g
nsa and Flrestnc iard torr PllmaontMs
Coepecbton r aa Augusta an ithi A
and betwee AugoinsSta aWingtons.
Aovetscuhadul Washton tplie.t
A. PO. GEAlUE PAsger CAlumbi.C
G. R TAL D.r SuperntenENt. P.& E.A
Chearlote,an Colub&ugusaoa. E.j
S CATA URS.C, S.eC.,mApri 2,188. S
On and after husday, Sepembe 30, 188, se
followng trhedns will be nrateudy this
--.rriv 53DIL-Me atNDndrEXPREess... .7.0p
eave Aende.s.n...............0 a mi
rrive at &1 D. D -'---pa -*----.1.45m A
Boteainvecnncin o Columba-------.l
Arrv an Charlte, v....: -----..r. 4.niopn
Leavembaan tlna n Charlotte......... by 0p
irLne. 47AMIL ANDEREON
Superigstntendent........ . J
SPRNG AND X[
.iddlesex Flannel, all w
For Spring, in colors of Blue, BI
This stock is complete of Imported a
This is the largest stock received in
A new stock of fin-, LOW QUARTEF
RE ME MBE I
W. L. KINARD, - -
Apr. 20u, 16-tf.
IS NOW BEI
Which comprises a fi
OIL CLOTHS, MA'
And Elegant and Fancy DR
[Laces, Hosiery, Pa
These are all offered at LOW FE
atisfaction. We also have a full line of
Apr. 13, 15-6m. COLUN
Parties i*isbing tbe above, address
SPEAKE & BR(
Iar. 30, 13-tf.
HAS IN HIS SPRING STOCK OF
lloths and Snitinigs
Best of Tailors
Mar 16, 11, tf.
'HE PENNINGTON HOUSE
(Formerly the Mansion House,)
i~K. PENNINGT0 ,Proprietoi
This popula.. and conveniently locate
is to hoas bi oie bythe present Prc
I gu-stsa comfortable. W rooms largE
y, clean and well f'irnished, ale sul
edl with the best that can be had'tiW(
di ready attention on the part of his ser
uT,e ,fe'es a.q red of'ivingsat sfaction
June 22, 25-tf.
TilE 80ITI iftOLNA
NEXT DOOR TO D. B. WEELEE.
a. C. Dibert, proprietor, has opened a
esroo-n in Newberry for the purpose ol
ting be'fore the public their good..
goods -arrattd, atnd no shoes - nin
ess stamped A. C. Dibert, Columbeia, S.
They nn,ke H AND-SEWED. MACHfINE
WED and BR188-SCREW RD for men,
is, women and children, in French Calf,
s, Coat and Grain Leather. FINE
DES A SPECIA LTY. Every one should
these goods and help develop South
HUGH O'N. HARRINGTON,
5-6m General Manager at Newberry.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
)ol and guaranteed not to f:de, * 1, .50.
mck, Pe.trl, Green, Brown and Granite.
ISHING GOODS! a
d Domestic Underwear, in size. 34 to 44.
the City, and direct fr. m 1aufactories.
S and GAITERS to make a complete outfit.
- - COLUMBIA, S. C. I
, .'otions, :c. --
il and complete stock of
RTAINS and SHADES.
ESS ARTICLES in Great tariety.
rasols, Umbrellas and A
'RICES, and such values as will give u:
3UT TERICK'S PATTERNS. Try us.
EXECUTOR, & CO.,
[BIA, S. C. 01
I & BRO.D
THE FAMOUS e
PP Poa1e Euglues
N FRUIT DRYER.
)., Kinard's T. 0., S. C.
SW"atches, clocks, Jewelry.
WV1TCHIES AND JEWVELRIYS
At the New Store on Hotel Lot. e
- - .. . - ...ty
I be.ve now on hand a large and elegant c
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEL.RY,
Silver and Plated Ware, i
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRI-NGS,
SPECTACLES A1D SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLEsS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing of
Done Cheaply *nd with Dispatch. T
Call and examine my stock and prices.
*Nov. 21, 47--tf. a
T. D. DAWKINS, 2
B BER, Cc
.Newberry Hotel Saloon.
I would respectfully inform my former SO
patrons and the gentlemen generally that, Oa
having established myself under the New- p
berry Hotel, with the assistance of Maurice
Gantt, every effort will be put forth for the 3
cotmfort of my customers. 1-i
Mny cN a linefld Pumps are manufatured bo
any and all clalmi4mthe Compay hodret
Carefully made ALL t
The BLATCLEY PUPS are for .sale by the
Name of my neaes aent wi be furnIshed on -
C. S. BLATCHL.EY, Nanufacturer,
308 MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA. ed
1880. 1880. Sur
GRIND 0ENTRIL 110TE ,
(Formerly the Wheeler House,) 38
COLUMBLIA, S. C.
REFURNISHED AND REFITTED* F.
TERMS, $2.00 T 3.00 PER DAY. E"
JOHN Te WILLEY, Propriet're I
No~.10 'ltf IS
Use Lawrelice &
'or COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAir
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases o4 T
MT IOAin its incipient and advanced stages
Id LUNGS, but it has never been so advantageous! ' c;
YE. Its soothing Balsamic properties afford a difasi
rstem after the cough has been relieved. Quart size b
3A U T ONV ! n"bc"*o?v'dblye'
EDICATED article--the enuine has a Private Die P
rmIts it to be Sold by Druggists, Groets and
49- WITHOUT SPECIAL TA
he TOLU, ROCK AND RYE Co., Propriei
F. W. WAGENEE & CO., Wholesale A
ME STUDY OF MISI
he Labor of Years Aceomp
the New Inductive M<
LYfrs. W. II
las Opened a STUDIO over R
Store for the Receptio
Having Tagght this Method in the North with Un:
lle, S. C. now Offers her Services and the Method
' It is impossible to set forth ALL THE ADVA
id System, in an Advertisement, but invite all inter
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Simple t
It does away with years of drudgery.
It takes the Pupil almost Immediately into the So
ntinues the same throughout the whole Course of k
It is not a superficial method, but applies to all M
it any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educated class o
This Method is entirely different from the Old Sys
n opportunity is offered to all to gain a Musical
for Less Eapense than et
& Many of my Pupils in the South are now
hich was gained at a nominal expense, while my ea
DLLARS per Lesson.
This Method fulfils the mazim that "Whatever sh
is life and increases usefulness."
L erms, 50 ets. ]
Or Books and Sheet Music will be Furn
FOR FURTHER PARTICULAES, CALL ON OR .
Feb. 23, S-tf.
reserve Your Old Books! P
E. R. STOKES,
lank Book Manufacturer
Hia moved opposrte the City Hall, where
is fully prepared, with first-class work
mn, to do all kinds of work in bis hine.
BLANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
d bound in any style dcsired.
e business enable me to guarantee satisfac
in on orders for Bank Books, Railroad
>oks, and Books for the use of Clerks of
ourt, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in
Luity, and other County Officials. A PU,
P'amphlets, Magazines, Music, Newspapers If
di Periodicals, snd all kinds of publications Oveirwe
und on the most reasonable terms and in hold di
s best manner. Ifyc
All orders promptly attended to.
E. R. STOKES, GCE
Main Street, opposite New City Hall, Ifryo
)et. 8, 41-tf. Columbia. S. C. Urr
O DGreat chance to make money. youcai
Those who always take advian- Ifyoi
tage of the good chances for mak. any dis<
wing money that are offered, gen.- INE
Ily become wealthy, while those who do you up
t improve such chances remain in povecr. It hass
We want many men. women, boys and msc<
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lities. Any one can do the work proper.
from the first start. The business wifll
y more than ten times ordinary wages.
:p)ensive outfit furnished free. No one
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>rk, or Only your spare moments. Full
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GENTS| FOB. W.BI7EL'S FAMOUS ei
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the Lives and Wonderful Adventures of stating
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he Younger Brothers, Nv
Frank and Jesse James, -
td their bands of highwaymen, down to E
Spresent moment, Including DEATH of
SSE JAMES and all the late sTARTLIYo
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mes before and alter death, and 12 Fine Worn
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Ie Younger; the breaking up of the ba,ndNewer
ci revelations of STARTLING SECRETS. there sil
e B3lack Flag, the terrible "Black Oath," homes a
'I hundreds of other astonishing Iacts. We
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bhe subscriber is the agent for the fo!
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'he above named mac.hines have theHo
y best testimonials. and are. warrainted
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'arties wishing to see mie can do so every verwel:'
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i these Machines anid will show how Tgu.NcY, $
are rIn. Mr T. 0. Pool will attend pe-dimen
ales during my absence. f
FRED. A. SCBUMPERT. Es
ar. 9, 10-6m' -e u
JA. A. THOMiS, St. Cloud build. cal ly cur
log, Washingto%h D. C. Prc on1ce Si
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ire the Department 01 the Interior andl Sentryz
reme Court; and all classes of clainms any addi
ire the Executive Departments. SPe2- cents or t
attention given to town-site cases.
d warrants, homestead floats, and all - ~THE
Is of land scrip bought and sold.
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P ATE N TS. efr
A. Lehman, Solicitor of American and 1 yoc
ign Patents, Washington, D. C. All fortunes.
ness connected with Patents, whether boys and;
re the Patent Office or the e'ourts, you want
optly attended to. No charge made un- Igreat pay
a patent is secured. Send for circular. I artculat
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ways been one o the ei r
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OR G-.A NERES
Y. Leavell's Furniture
it of Pupils.
aralleled Success; also in Green
to the CITIZENS OF NEWBEREY
TAGES this Method has over the
ested to Call at the Studio, or Send
tiat even a Child of Five Years can
[ence of Musical Compositions, and
asic precisely as it is written, with.
f the community.
Education in a short time and
successfully Teaching this Method,
pense for Tuition alone was FOUR
rtens the road to learning, length.
shed on Moderate Terms.
W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C.
RKER'S HAIR BALSAM.
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aies try PARKEax's GINGERToNc.
Li are a lawyer. minister or business man em,
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i have Dyspepsia, Rheumsiem, orne
be c,zred by PAmas GINGER TomC.
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s'hat buisiness they have been en. e
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y, are on exhibition. And while
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>me of their superior photographs.
tn you that delays are dangerous:
is too late.
. H. Clark feels confident, after an
ce of fifteen years, t.hat he can
a class of work that will please
ig old pictures and enlarging to
red side, also reducing to the
~yle and quality of work, refers to
r of this paper. -
0, 46-tf. C&KR'S o.
Lost, How Restored!I
blishbed, a ne w edition of Dr. Cul.
Cele.bratedt Eissay on the radical
PEtR.iATORIEGA '~or Seminal Weak.
oluntar Seminal Losses, Im'o
ental and Physical Incapacity, Im
ts to Marriage, etce; also, CoN.
, EPXt.PsY and FIrs, induced b
gence or sexual extravagance, .
e brated author, in this admirable
'arly demonstrates, from a thit
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quences or self-abuise may be radi
d ;poinitin, out a mode of cure at
Iplc, ce.rtin, and effectual, b
which eve.ry sufferer, no matr
uondition may be, may cure him
>ly, privately, and raxdical:y
s Lecture should be in the hands
*outh and every man in the land.
rier seal, in a pl tin envelope, to
ess post-paid. onfrce of six
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not required. We will furnis
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