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SAISE YOULt OWN EED
The time to plant for this is now
while the corn crop is going in, or
under cultivation. it.is a reasonable
thing to say that a tenth may be
added to the yield of corn on any
farm by using seed that has been
carefully raised for the purpose.
ot much attention is paid to the
selection of seed by the average
farmer. The man who reads and
thinks about tho seed used for his
crops, selects the best he can find
in his crib at planting time, and
finds that this pays. It pays still
better to select ears from the field
the fall previous to planting, from
stalks that bear two or more per
feet ears. A better practice still is
to plant the corn for seed in a
small patch by itself, and guard it
against all the accidents that must
attend its growth and cultivation
in the larger field. The ground
should be specially prepared for
this purpose, and made rich enough
to supply all the wants of the plant.
It should be thoroughly cultivated
every two or three weeks, until the
grain is fall in the ear. Like produces
like, in corn as in cattle, and silk and
the tassel are both factors in giving
character to the ear. Though the
male and female blossoms in the
corn are upon the same plant,
there is no security for self fertili
zation when any plant is grown in
the open field. The pollen from a
barren stalk may fall upon the ear
grown from selected seed, and this
ear may be imperfect, or be a cob
with little or no corn on it. If the
ears selected for seed have been
fertilized by nubbin stalk, the nub
bin imperfection goes down to pos
terity. In a small piece of corn
planted remote from other corn we
may guard against the accidents of
promiscuous fertilization, and se
cure, as far as possible, corn with a
good pedigree, and perfect after its
kind. All barren stalks should be
cut out, and no more stalks be left
in the hill than will give perfect
ears. If the owner will zselect from
this patch- the earliest and best
formed ears, for his seed, and fol
low up this practice for a few years,
he will have a new variety and a
large increase in his yield.-Amneri
can Agriculturist for June.
PnlumnG rs Jt3E.-We have
tried pruning in almost all months
of the year, and on the whole pre
fe-r June. This being about the
busiest month of the year, there is
usually little time for prunning,
and so the favorite time is early in
spring, and so many of our old
orchards, in their rotting limbs and
decayed trunks, bear testimony to
the mischief wrought by the ill
timed use of the saw and aze. Small
limbs, an inch in diameter or less,
can be tak-en off at any time with
comparativ-e safety. But the
thorough pr-uning called for in a
long neglected orchar-d is best done!
in the early summer. The sap is
absorbed by the rapid formation of
-- wood and leaves ; the wood laid
bare in pruning large limbs soon
becomes seared, the healing pro
cess around the edges of the
wound begins immediately, and in
a few years the wound will be comn
pletely covered with new wood and
bark. There is no chance for de
cay as when large limbs are re
moved in the early spring. There
is far too little pruning done in
the farm orchard. A dead limb
should not be suffered upon the
fruit tree. Good pruning leaves
no stubs, but cuts close to the
trunk or bi anch bearing the ex
cised limb.-Armerican A griculturist
A South Carolina farmer thus
spoke to us, last week : 'I have
just purchased some improved
implements and am cultivating
my land better than ever. Cot
ton ruined me. Last yearI
raised 4,000 bushels of corn and
did this with scarcely any rain. I
am making money on small grain
and forage. Last year I raised ten
bales of cotton. This year I have
not a seed planted. I find no diffi- I
culty in selling my corn and hay in
Augusta.'-Augustaz Chronicle aind
Cut back the long canes of rasp
-berry and blackberry. As a gen
eral rule, the lower they are cut the :
stronger will be the side shoots
and the finer the fruit
The Sibley Mill in Augusta is
;o be a much larger and handsomer
)uilding than the State House in
The Governor of Tennessee has
;igned the bill to fund the State
Iebt at sixty cents, with interest at
1,4, 5 and 6 per cent.
- James Gordon Bennett has given
he widow of Lientenant DeLong,
he brave commander of the ill fated
Jeannette, 850,00Q in United States
The London Truth says that the
rumor of an engagement between
Princess Beatrice and the eldest
son of the Landgrave of Hesse is
The New York Institution for
the Improved Instruction of Deaf
Mutes has discarded entirely the
use of signs, the pupils being taught
to understand what is said to them
by watching the movements of the
The Rev. J. T. Tichener, D. D.,
President of the Alabama Agricul
tural and Mechanical College, has
accepted the position of correspond
ing secrotary of the Home Mission
Board of the Southern Baptist
Convention, to enter upon work
A Boston widow married an
English clergyman, a few years ago,
and gave him outright half her
fortune of $500,000. He at once
retired from the ministry, became a
drunken spendthrift and gamester,
and abused his wife so much that
she has sued for a divorce.
George Knickerbocker, a Min
neapolis furniture dealer, set a table
in front of his store, with a placard
on it stating that it had been taken
away from Dr. M. E. Woodling
because he would not pay for it.
The doctor retaliated by slashing
the merchant and a clerk with a
Kate Claxton, the actress, had a
lady visitor at a Cleveland hotel,
and the head waiter, mistaking her
for a maid, placed her at the ser
vants' table. After an explanation
had failed to rectify the error, the
waiter was thrashed by Kate Clax
ton's husband, who was fined $5 in
a police court.
A miserly farmer of Litchfield,
Mass., has been buying broken
down horses every spring, working
them hard all sammer, and killing
them in the fall. As he paid hard
ly anything for the beasts, and
avoided the cost 'I wintering, the
plan proved profitable, until a
Blergh society had him heavily
.The Cincinnati Commercial tells
this story of a big walnat tree: In
1864 an Indiana man, as the story
runs, bought the tree for $1, and
be subsequently sold it for $65.
The buyer sold it to a Cincinnati
lumber dealer for $700. The Cin
cinnati dealer sold it to a New
Yorker for $2,200, and he cut it up
into veneering, which he sold for
Bishop Paine is 90. In asking
the Methodist Conference at Nash
ville to relieve him from furtber
active service, he declared that six
t five years of ministry had not
shaken his perfect belief in the
truthfulness of the Christian doc
r ine of salvation. The modern
forms of scientific skepticism had
not raised the shadow of a doubt
in his mind.
Some scandal has been excited in
Washington by the performance of
President Arthur's son at the races
the other day. He appeared on the
gtarter-stretch in a costume so
lod as to excite remark.. He wore
a ight-fitting pair of pants, coy
ering tong-like legs, padded on the
side with buckskin, a red necktie, a
a, de dab English plug and an
scar Wilde sunflower.
A Vermont girl corresponded
with a stranger in California, made
a marriage engagement, and went
cross the continent to get as she
supposed, a young and wealthy
busband. She found instead a
~ray and ugly crank, whose sole
property was a leaky hut in a lonely
anon. His neighbors offered to
pay her fare 'back home, but she
leclined it, and has married him.
Oscar Madigan went to a St.
Louis fortune teller for advice as to
vhich of three young women would
make the best wife. She went in
k> a trance, and revealed to him
dat none of them was worthy of -
aim. She also hinted that he had
>etter seek a wife on the spot. On F
waking, she declared that she ;
lidnt know a word she had said,
tnd was quite shocked to learn that
~he had so nearly offered to marry~
irn. Oscar obeyed the oracle by
~oing to a justice with her thatj
~ame day. He..-is now suing for al
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
f the present generation. It is for the L
tre of this disease and its attendants,
IC-AHEADACHE, BILIOUSESS, DYS
EPSIA, CONSTIPATION. PILES, etc., that
'UTT'S PILLS have gained a world- wide
eputation. T o inedy has ever been Ar
. cveed!t acts so gently on he
Ligestive organs, giving them vigor to ss
imilate food. As a natnral result, the
,To as System is Bced, the Musoles
zeDeveloped. and the Body Robust.
C2.i11 axcl. 'e *r". A
E. RIVAL. a Planter at Bayou Sara, L . sa s.
Cy plantation is in a malarial district. For
overal years I could not make half a crop on
ccount o bilious diseases and ohls. I was Le
eal discouraged whenlIbegan the use of .
Iear PILL. The result was marvelous:
Slaborere soon became hearty end robus.
I have had no further trouble.
They relieve theengorged Litwer,eleane At
he Blood from poisonous bumors, and
ss the b i.wels to set naturally, with. .twihn n a elwl
Tut whih no one an feel well. Le
bbdhYDgeton Vigrus ojFe
fO48o~Nerve,s. d a sonjvs
3104 Pic. R Ce Of e35 mu'rray t.I. ..
IUTT'S HAIR DYE. A
GRAY HAIR or WE8zRas changed to a Gros
IACaby a single application of this DYE. It
mpai a nat~ color. and acts instantaneously.. Le
lb Druggists, or sent by express on receipt
fO oiiar. Le
)ffice, 85 Murray Street, New York. At
(r. TVT2'S MA.NTAL of Valuable I
I *fOain and Uoefk Leeeept Le
Of Superior Quality.
PANT'S DRUG STORE. I
May 11, 19-tif. Ar
$4,000 AT MifRIGE
NEW ORLEANS tw
MET A AID [NON A.
122 Gravier St., New Orleans.
[IRECTORS-J. P. LONGLEY, Prest.; H. T.
COTTAM. Vice-Prest.; R. H. HENRY, B.
Sec. and Treas.: S. M. TODD, A. REY
NOIR, J. Q. A. FELLOWS. C.
This Union was organized to associate to- D.
lether worthy unmarried white men and
women, to assist each other by providing a E.
and for them at marriage by means of nu.
.ual assessments. No rlemnber can marry $,
,efore six months and have any claim on
he marriage fund. Th prices in this Union
tre cheaper than those of any similar or
ranization. and its benefits are greater.
Ladies can join on tho same terms as men.
'he following table will s1oW the benefits G.
nembers will be entitled to at marriage in
he different classes: H.
In Class A.BIC.D
titer 6 months.... $250( $750 41.000
.. 1 .. .-... 34 7 ; .
.. 11 .. ......
.. .3 1 0 0 . .3. .
.. 37 .. ."...j ; 1.2 . -5 4 S
10 .. .... 4 10 : 1,211 1,1
1 5 .. ...... 4 1 '* 1, SW
.. 16 ... .. 1 ,420 1,7i1 2,10
.. 1 .. . . ' 1'I) ' 0 0 L
.. 118 .. ..--3.18 A
.. 20 .. ....O2l.3G A
.. 21 .. ....2 ~e2 1.0
I lA. B.CD.
~~5t~513Clt. 1 $250:m l$5e. $75 .$1 r0
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CLAS C'1ebe418l F. 1254: 1. -2
623 .25 1,88 2504 til
II.1.ii Ak. be7ea0 1,420 2.3Q113 r, 2,84
122 1rv. i, 2.50W ().e33. Ar
.1. 23 . .. I.l d20 - n. t.40 L
1 000 2,00 3.00| 4 00 iA
Byesmet W esAnale, .dA
CL s - S-emhi Fe,$25; anL
'ac1ses e t .; n a u .$- L
tthifce for cir4culad blan alc - th
R.v a to. rityn efcary.dTesue,a
Aprt. Ma, 11.th'-G.n- Le
ATkOTTOM FIGU ES.e
P Es S A W AlubER Le
-TisfBaTcinPUP gaante for.al bf the Co
.bove of my puret agn ibefurnisady.
C. 6.ean-e PumpsCarEY Manufactured, Ar
un ad bu aregaraneed st nL
Te. Don A WKINS, fro *
powb.r Hoel Saoo. e
mtof mthe mosts.an
Mer. Improvemen13ts- Ar
bee thues. m' in t ra. NoC.Al
Naes of yneareti!i agente wlefrih o
oiyapplicdtio o chrLmaeu-e
e. . BLA-TCHwL EY.auatrr
. . WALLACE, fA
BEW BR R,s C. a.
Ocwerr .2Hotl Saoon.
lumbla & Greenville Railroad.
COL.,ruLA. 3. C., April 29th, 1882.
n and after a:,nday, May let, 1882. the
SSENGEI THAI :S will run as herewith in
ated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
ave Columbia,A - - 0 11.F-2 a m
Alrrton, - - - - 12.51 p in
Newberry, - - - - 1.52 p m
" Ninety-Six, . - - - - 3.24 p in
"Lodges, - - - 4 19 p m
Belton, - - - 5.44t p in
rive Greenville. - - - - 7.06 p m
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
ive U(reer.vitle, - - - 10.25 a in
" l5lto. - - ' - 11.58 a in
lo'dges. - - 117 p in
Ninet-Six, - - - - 2.33 p in
" Newlerry, - - - 8.56 p mn
Abto, - - 5.01 1' n
rive Ciluiubi,F - - 6.<2 p in
RarA BLai. UNION S COLUMBIA :ALLLau. D.
No.52. UP PASSENGER.
ve Asi,n, - - - - 1. 5 p m
St rot her, - - - - 1.38 p i
Shttou, - - - - 2.01 p m
Sxttuc, , - - - - 2.35 p in
Union, - - - - 3.0 p in
Jonesville. - - - 3.27 p m
rive Spartanburg, - 4.15 i; in
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Spurta.burg, t & D. Depot, H 1.i) p m
Spartas.burg, S. U. & C. 1)elot.G 1 33 v in
Jonesviile, - - - 2 26 y in
Union. - - - 3.--2 p m
Sautac, - - - 325pm
She!ton, - . - 3.57 pt i
* Strother, - - - 4.19 p in
rive at Alston, - - - 4 53 p in
ave Newberry, - - - - 4. 5 p in
rive at Laurens C. H., - - 7 08 p in
ave Laureus C. H., - - - 1o.12 :' in
rive at Newberry, - - e 1 25 p in
ave Hodges, - - - 1.300 p in
rive at Abbeville, - - ;.Z3 p in
eve Abbeville, - - -12.10 p in
rive at Hodges, - - - - 1.25 p m
ILUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
aye Belton at. 5,42 p m
Anderson 6.20 p in
Pendleton 6.56 p m
ave Seneca C, 7.36 p in
rive at Walhalla 7.69 p in
ave Walhalla at, - - 9.30 a m
the Seneca D, 10.00 a m
Pendleton, - - 10.33 a m
Anderson, - - 1111 a m
rive at Belton, , 11.46 a m
TH1;OUGH CAR SERVICE.
,olid trains between Columbia and Wal
lla. Through 'Cars between Charleston
I: Hendersonville, and Charleston and
eenville. obviating change of cars be
een'e1ther of the above points.
With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With 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., B. & D. B. R., from At.
lanta and beyond,
With A. & C. Div., B. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
Wi South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington Columbia and Au ta
Railroad for 'ilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. B.. from
Charlotte and beyond.
;tandard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
ich is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
T. X. R. TALCOrf, Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
L. PopE, General Passenger Agent.
uth Carolina Railway Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
in and after April 30th, 1882, Passenger
ins on this road will run as follows un
GOING EAST, DAILY.)
ave Columbia at - - - 5 55 P. M.
rive Camden at - - - - 9.00 P. M.
rive Charleston at - - - 10.40 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
are Charleston at - - - 7,00 A. N.
ave Camden at - - - - 8.00 A. M.
rive Columbia at - - - 11.28 A. N.
GOING EAST DAILY.
ave CoIlmifaS at - - - 9.30 P. M.
rive Augusta at - - A. M.
rive Charleston at - - 8.20 A. M.
GOING WEST DAILY.
ave Charleston at - - - 8.15 P. M.
tae Augusta at - -44 P. M.
rive Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. M.
ii traiins run daily except trains on Cam.
i Branch, which are daily except Sun
leepinig Cars are attached to Night
press Trains-berths only $1L50-between
Lumibia and Charleston. On Saturdays
I Sundays. round trip) tickets are soldl to
.1 from all Stat ions at one first class tare
the round trip, goo<i till Mfonday noon
return. Excursions tickets goo.I for ten
,s are regularly on sale at six oents per
Ie for round trip to amsi tromt all stations.
anections made at Columbia with Col
bia and Greenville Railroad by train ar
ing at 11.28 A. .M., and deparuting at 5.55
Mi. Connection made at. C. C. & A. June
n with Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta
Liroad by train arriving at Columbia at
is A. M. and depatrting at 5.5.5 P. II. to and
mt all poitnts on both Roads. with through
Insan Sleeper between Charleston and
ishington, via Virginia Midland route,
thout change. Connection made at Char
ton with Steamers for New York on Wed
idays and Saturdays; also, with Savan
i and Charleston Imilroad to all points
onnections are miade at Augusta with
rgia Railroad andl Ce'ntral bdilroad to
I from all points Sonth and West.
'hrough tickets can1 be purchasedl to all
tnts South andi West, by applying to
A. Ii. IJESAUSSURIE. Agent, Col .mbla.
D. C. AI.L EN, G;. P. & T. A.
ouxN B. PECK, General .\lanP.ger.
arlotte, Colulubia & Augusta R. iR.
OFFICE GENEIRAL P'AsSENGEit AGENT.
COLUMnIA, S. C.. A pril 29, 1882.
tn and after Sunday, April 30, 1S82, the
lowing Schedule will be operated by this
No. 53 DAILY--MAIL AND EXPRESS.
ave Augusta, A............... 7.50a m
rive at Columbia, B...........11.45 a in
ave Columbia, B.............1.2 a m
rive at Charlotte, C............. 4.30 p mn
ave Charlotte................ 5.00 p in
rive at Statesville.............. 7.5 p mn
No. 47 DAILY--MAIL AND EXPRESS.
ve Austa, ................ 6.00pin
rat'luinbia. D...........10.3 pim
.17 LOCAL PREIGHT,.daily except Sundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
ave Columbia................ 6.00 a in
riye at Charlotte..............10.15 p in
No.52 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPREss.
ave Statesville..................7.55 a in
rive at Charlotte...............10.00 a mn
ve Charlotte. C............... .1.35 p mn
ave at Columbia. B............0.00 p m
ve Columbia, B............. 6.07 p mn
cive at Augusta, A............ .40 p m
'o. 46 DAILY-MA IL AN!> EXREtSs.
ave Columbia, D...............6 15 a in
-ive at Augtsta. A. .. .........1022a m
.18 LICA L FaRE1GHT. daily eXceptSundays
(With Passenger Coach atta.ched.)
ve Charlotte................6.00 a mn
-ive at Columbia..............4.30 p m
-Willi all lines to and from Savannah,
ridai and the South and Atlanta, Macon
I the Southwest.
-With South Carolina Railroad to and
-With Richmnond and Danville Railroad
md from all points North and Carolina
-Connect with the W. C. & A. R. R. bor
mington and all points on the Atlantic
ullman Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52
l 53t between Augusta and Washingon,
.via Danville. Lynchburg and Char
esvillc. Also, on Trains 52 and 53 be-.
en Charlotte and Richmond.
umbers 47 and 46 run solid between Au
ta and Florence and carry Pullman
tpers between Augusta and Wilmington
between Augusta and Wilmington.
bove schedtule Washington time.
A. POPE. General Passenger Agent.
.B. TA LCOTT, Superintendent.
ieville and Spartanburg Railroad.
SP-ARTANBcEG. S C.. September 1. 151.
a and after Thursday, Septenmber 1. 18..
senger trains will be run daily (Sundays
epted) between Spartanburg and Hen.
sonville,. as follows ;
ye R. & D. Depot at Spartanburg.4.20 p m
ive at Ilendersonville.........7.30 p mn
D>OWN T RAIN.
Ye Hlendersonville............. .30 a mn
ive R. & D. Depot,Spartanbrg.12.00 ms
yth trains make connections for Coum
and Charleston via Spartanburg. Union
Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte by
Line. J AME AN2DEESON,
Dry Goods a
Fresh Stock! Latest
C.ITACOES, f"om 5 cts.
?I SLINS. from 5 cts.;p
LOMESPUSS. frofi 5 ci
COTTONADES, fromt 10
I)ItESS t,OOI)S, all1 grit
UN DERWEA R. for chil
L_t;F= AND EP;RROII
WHITE SHiR- Ln"
A LINE OF SiIOEt; CI,OSINf
ALL THE LATE
I) ELECANT I
Give Us a Trial.
May 25, 21-tf.
XPRIIG AN%D U
Middlesex Flannel, all woo
For Spring, in colors of Blue, Blac
This stock is complete of Imoorted and
This is the largest stock received in t
S i c
A new stock of fine LOW QUARTERS
M. L. KINARD, - -
Apr. 20, 16-tf.
NPRING A%D t
IS NOW- BEII
Which comprises a ful
OIL CLOTHS, MAT
HATS, SHOES, T
And Eliegant and Fancy DRE
Laces, Hosiery, Par
These are 'all offe'red at LOWV P)
satisfactio. We also h:w a tuli line of BI
A pr. 13. 15- 6mn. COLUM:
Parties wishing the above, address
SPEAKE & BRO
Mar. 80, 18-if.
Wratches, Clocks, Jewelry.
1VWEE IND JEIVLRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
'VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRBIGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47--tf
GLENN & POOL,
(Successors to Win. F. Nanice, dec'd.)
The undersigned having associated them
selv-es togther for the purpose of conduct
ing the INSURANGE BUSINESS, would
respec'tfully ask for a countinuan.ce of the
business Isaely ent-usted to Mao Nance,
and also any new us m:tyoff r.
31A, S. C.
CASH PRICES. U
Styles ! Lowest Priees 0
per yd. p.
er y, . uT.
s. per yd. np.
c"ts per yd. up.
er pair up.
irenl 1:it"- and gents.
ERI ES. Own 1)f.
Fro. 5 .t..&.I
OUt Ar N YORK COST.
ST NOVEJLTIES IN
MIIL LIN ERY.
1 Not ]Be Undersold.
CESSOR TO W. D. LOVE,
st., Columbia, S. C. s
I and guaranteed not to fade, $1,2.5O.
k, Pear', Green, Brown and Granite.
Domestic Underwear, in sizes 34 to 44.
i1 City, and direct from Manufactories.
and GAITERS to make a complete outfit.
- - COLUMBIA, S. C.
1 and complete stock of
TAINS and SHADES.
iS 3 R TitLlF in Great Variety.
asols, Umbrellas and
~tICES, at:d s.uch values as will give
IT fERLCK's P ATTERN~S. Try us.
EXECUTOR, & CO.,
BI1A, S. C.
,Kinard's T. 0., S. C.
ITilE 80HTI MAIILINA
NEXT DO0E TO D. B.Wu m
A. C. Dibert, proprietor, bas opened a
Salesroonm in Newberry for the purpose of
getting before the public their goods.
Measures taken and a good fit guarantreed.
All goods warranted, and no shoes genuine
unless stamped A. C. Dibert, Columbia, S.
C Theynm.ke HAND-SEWED.MACHIE
SEWED and BRASS-SCREWED for men,
boys, women and children, in French Calf,
Kip, Coat and Grain lather. FINE
SHOES A SPECIA LTY. Every cr:e should
use these Loods and help develop South
HU1DII O'N. H A RRINGTON,
janS-am Ge ran Manager at Newberry.
THE PENNINGTON HOUSE,
Gdormerly the Mansion House,)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
JOhlN M. PENNINGTON, Proprietor.
This popular and conveniently locatedi
h. use has been opened by the pre'sent Pro
prietor, who will snare no pains to make
his gu-'sts comfortable. With rooms large,
airy. clean and well furnished, a tible sup.
plied with the best that can be had. poliie
and ready attention on the part of his ser
varL~ he f..ij as ured oaivingst ifaion.
June 22, 25--ti
Use Lawrence & M
For COUCHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, BRON
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases of THRO
U epon 'vie
AIS~AM OF TOLUsw
CONS MPTION in its Incipient and advanced stages, and al
and LUNGS, but It has never been so advantageously compo
IRYE. Its soothing Balsamic properties afford-a diffusive s
system after the cough has been relieved. Quart size bottles
i'~A 3~3f~3y Do not be decived by dealers'1
CAUTION i TOLU, ROCE
MEDICATED article-the gienuine has a Private Die Propri$
permits It to be Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dei
? WITHOUT SPECIAL TAX 0
The TOLU, ROCK AND EYE CO., Proprietors,
F. W. WAGENER & CO., Wholesale Agent
A IIRAXII llUICA%L
THE STUDY OF MUSIC
The Labor of Years Accomplisl
the New Inductive MNIeth
PIANO AND 0
1rs. W.. H.
Has Opened a STUDIO over R. Y
Store for the Reception o'
Having Taught this Method in the North with Unparall
ville, S. C., now Offers her Services and the Method to tl
- is impossible to set forth ALL THE ADVANTAG
Old System, in an Advertisement, but invite all interested
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Simple that el
It does away with years of drndgery.
It takes the Pupil almost Immediately into the Science
continues the same throughout the whole Course of Instru
It is not a superficial method, but applies to all Music 1
out any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educated class of the
This Method Is entirely different from the Old System.
An opportunity is offered to all to gain a Musical FAdu
for Less Epense than ever be
A Many of my Pupils in the South are now~ succi
which was gained at a nominal expense, while my expens
DOLLARS per Lesson.
This Method ftlfls the maxim that "Whatever shortens
ens life and increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 ets. Pc
i Books and Sheet Music will be Furnished
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, CALL ON Oa ADDI
Feb. 23, S-tf.
Preserve Your Old Books!
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Book Manufacturer
Has moved opposite the City Hall, where
he is fully prepared, with fit-class w.ork
men, to do all kinds of work iu his line.
BLANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
and bound in any style desired.
My facilities anud long acqasintance wi:h
the business enabile mec to guarantee satisfac
ton on crde-rs for Bank lBooks, Radiroad
Books, and Books for the use of Clerks of
Court, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in -
Equity, and other County Officials.
Pamphlets, Magazines, Music, Newspaper.s
and Periodicals, anid all kinds of publications
bound on the most reasonable terms and in
the best manner. . As luvigoral
All orders promptly atded to. Thidecc
E. R . STOK ES, vegetable reu
Main S'reet, opposite New City IIail, the bowels,st
Oct. 8. 41-tf. (iU.?c ia. S C. TheuBust a
--- -If you are
NfTIGrent chasnce to make money. Nervousntess,
3I IThose who always take adlvan- si,goa
tagejof the good chances for mak- Giger Tonic
not improve such chances remaidn in pover- Padfoanyt
ty. We want nmany men. women, boys and orfrafiu
clte. Any one can (1 the work proper. 515s.. Sm4
ly from the first start. The business will
pay mare than ten times ordinary wages.
Expensive outfit furnished free. No one
ou can devote you wholoeme idly.e
work, or only your spare moments. Full
information and all that is needed Sent
free. Address STnNsoN & Co., Portland,
laine. -B18-y W at I
D rretic cltn
IN - .Such will
HAS IN HIS SPRING STOCK 9F Nov 17
Cloths and Saitings, CLAR'S
SliME VERY srao
ELEGANT GOODS, goiri*
Experienced Cutters, exp';ience"
AE M produce a<
AND' THEand give per
Best of Tailors. os
PRICES LOW, smaiess,;,
FITS GUARANTEED. th **ditor of
Mar 16, 11, tf. Nov. 10,4
n~muiness now before the public.
Utiou can make money faster at
11.1work for usth atan~n else.n
rou. $2 a ynd upwards made at home
>y teindustious. Men women, boy's and;
r irs wanted everywhere to work tor us. HOW L
w Is the time. Y ou casn live at home and0
o the work. No one can tail to make enor- Just publis
ft ana term fre Money mad las easiy e of SPER
nd honorably. Address TECE & CO.. Au- ness. Involu
~usta, Maine- 4-7- TExzcr. Menta
A. A. THOMASi, St. Cloud build. %T:XE~
ing, Washington. D. C. Pra-nelfidugn
S!tices before the United States Thr- celebra
General Land Office. Contest- Essay.'clart'
I cases, private land claims, mining, pre- voar-'aucced
pfonth Department otTh Interior and C:ily cunseqe
fr theC Erctive epartments. Spe- e fw
?ia.l attention given to town-site cases. what his con'
ns of lad srip bought and sold. an al se hLe
38-tf. w. I. of ern yout
1880. 1880. [an address
~R1II ENT IL IOTL,cents or twop
NMD CFMRT ICOTL
(Formerly the Wheeler House,) Post Office I
COLUM)BIA, S~. C. -__
'iOROUGIILY RENOTATE D, free.
REFURNISHIED AND REFITTED. 'UU i "."(
TERMS, S2.00 To S3,IIO PER DAY, hoen ,tir
you want a o
mIOH T. WILLEI PranrieLr. ar pa-a
.HITlS, ASTHMA, PNEU
AT, CHEST AND LUNCS.
been one of the most im
ded by the MEDICAL FA B3.T
ASTHMA, SORE THWAT
L diseases of the THROATC1
inded as in the TOLU, CK an
mulant and tonic to buld up-he
qh r opl fIokand it~
tary Stamp on each bottle, whkh
41 River St., Chicago,
i, Charleston, S. C.
Led in Wveeks by
od for the
eled Snccess; also.in Green -
L CITIZENS OF NEWBEET
ES this Method has over:th
to Call at the Stndio, or
ren a Child of Five .Yers i
of Musicai Compositions, and
>recisely as it is written, with-.
;a.tion in a short time and':
sfuny Teaching this M a .
3 for Tuition alone was WOUR
the road to learnin, length
on Moderate Terms
H. CLARK _
Newberry, S. Y
IgEddt at erjnIms _
us combination of Ginger. ERichu,
ilingia, ad many other.fth
edies known, emes aildn d~.
omac,Iiver,ys andlmgs --
4 Sirest Cough Cars Ever'Ese. *
y disease or ' nzytake ~ -
ew.Iie and-vigor. -
figioun ~in Ginger Ts
lmited umber of active,-e
issers to engage in a pleaz&an
't business. Good mnenA wit
re chance . -
plase answer this s'dvertlee
'r, encosing stump for..regty,
business they havtenen.
>ne but those who mean buast
y. Address -
~INLEY, HARVEY k 00
in is Ofher.
td hear tbe votes eouate&as
~LLLERY, where the finest-Art
have ever been exi4biteei
re on exhibition.- .Ai ~wldl
your pic,uzre, and takeito yone
of their superior photorphs.
rou that delays are d'angeros:
>o lete. -
Clark feels confident,.after a
>f ffteen years, that he can
:lass of work that will please
>ld pictures and enlapging to
side, also reducing to the
and quality of work, refers to
d, How Restored!
ed; anew edition of Dr. Cu!
brated Essay on. the-.radical
IATOA or Semina Weak
,tary Seminal Losses, lIMO
I and Physical Inospasity, Im
SMarriage,. etc.; also. Co
rI.F.PY and Frrs, iiducoed by
:e or sexual extravagance, Ac.
ted author, in this -admirable
-dem.ot,ratets, lroip a thirty
fu practice. that te alarm
ic~s o aelf-abnieniberadf
ointing out a mode .of cureJiS
crtain, and effedtual, by
ich every sufferer, no matoer
Ition may be. may cure him
yture should be in the hands
1 and every mann in the=lad
.eal, in a pl ain envelope, to
post-paid, on receipt- of six
ostage stamps. Address,
lERWELL EEDICAL C0., -
41 Ann St., New York. N.Y.
ox. 450. 3iar. 30, I3-17. -
in your own town. $5 Osff.t
o r .Eveyhling new.C.
ruttingt. -Many ares mak"i
-make as' munch as men. Wa
a.e great .5 ea~
e at wie yoalcan
e tie ouwork rt~