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THE TURNIP CROP-PROFI
No crop makes better returns for
SbeatcOwed than turnips. The
ieed may be'sowet any time from
the first of June throughout August.
in many localities below the isother
mal of say the north line of Con
n@cticut. It may be sowed broad
cast, in drills or rows, or as a 'cat
tle crop,' among corn ; or turnips
may be used to seed to grass with,
sowing both the turnip and grass
seed about August 1st. For tur
~ - ips alone the preparation of the
ground is simple. It needs good
plowing and harrowing if in fair
heart ; bat a dressing of 400 lbs.
of bone dust or 250 lbs. superphos
phate to the acre will almost insure
a good crop. We rarely have such
dry weather that turnips will not
start in July, and soon as they
make leaf heavy dews seem to be
enough to- keep them growing, but
last year was an exception in this
part of the country. In many
fields turnip seed on dry ground did
not germinate, or at least did not
make any show above ground.
In sowmg turnips broadcast the
greatest care must be taken to
have them thin enough. A pound
of seed to the acre is all that
should be sowed, and this should
be divided, the whole piece being'
sowed twice at right angles. In
Europe the seedsmen use old seed
baked, or baked rape seed, to mix
with turnip seed as an adulteration.
If we could buy here such old bak
ed seed so as to mix it ourselves
say five pounds of baked with one
of live seed, and thus be able to
make a fair cast, instead of throw
ing little pinches of seed as we now
do, it would save a good deal of
trouble. Sowed in drills, turnips
must be thinned. Much rank
manure gives a strong bad flavor.
Turnips ought never to have the
first chance at a dressing of yard
or stable manure, but to come in as
-~ 71a second erop. As to varieties,
Sthere are two widely different
classes, and intermediate varieties
without number which it is hard to
classify. Swedish or Russian tur
nips, generally known as 'Ruta
begas' or 'Swede.,' are a very dis
tinet; bard-fleghed, gicusy-leaved
kinld, occurring iin mnyn varieties,
that need better soil, earlier sowing
i and better culture than the soft
fleshed or English turnip, which is
rough-leaved, grows most rapidly,
is a voracious feeder, doing well
and making a bulky watery crop
where Swedes would do very little,
and yet it is questioned whether the
small crop of Swedes would not
contain nearly as much nutriment
as the soft turnips. Between these
two extremes of hard-fleshed and
soft-fleshed kinds are many va
rieties partaking in a measure of
the hard-fleshed character of the
Swedes, but generally regarded
and treated as belonging to the
common or English species. Such
are the 'Yellow-globe,' 'Yellow
stone,' 'Dutch,' etc. As a rule it is
best to sow Swedes as early as the
first of July, the 'Globe' and
* 'Stone' turnips as early as the 25th,
and the soft turnips, 'Strap-leafed
flat,' 'Cow-horn,' etc., by the 10th
of August. The last nained is the
best to seed down to grass with,
and on good soil not clayey, tur
nips and clover seed may be mixed
together, using 15 lbs. of clover
seed, as some will winter-kill.
([American Arcluitfor July.
NoaiFOLx DUMPLDiGs.-Make a
very light dough with the powder,
as if for bread, with milk or water
and salt added. Have ready a
large stewpan of boiling water.
Make the dough into balls the size
of a medium dumpling, throw
them in and boil them for twenty
minutes without taking off the lid.
To ascertain when they are done
enough stick afork into one and if
it comes oat clear it is done. Be
fore serving tear them apart on the
top with two forks, as they become
heavy by their own steam. Serve
with butter, sugar or treacle.
S rIzz Eoes.-Heat one cup
of milk in aspider, with a piece of
butter, a little salt and white pep
per ; beat five eggs, pour in, set
over a very slow fire, and keep
scraping from the bottom with a
spoon until very little remains
thin ; then scrape into adish with.
out delay, as allowing itto hardenj
cp ~as e.
Two men and 13 horses perished
in a burning stable at Cambridge,'
The Williamsburg County Dem
>cratic Convention condemns the
Laurens M. D's are talking of re- 0
>rganizing their County Medical U
That wonderful comet seems to
take a long time to make itself
-isible to the naked eye.
Hon. Giles J. Patterson was
-lected, without opposition, Sen- '
:ttor from Chester to fill the unex
The Florence Times advocates a
new county to be called 'Florence'
composed of portions of Darling
t)n and Marion.
A Cincinnati woman was swing
ing in a hammock in the seclusion ,
of her back yard, and her feet
nung down. A neighbor looked
through the fence and cried, 'Shoot B
them feet!' He was prosecuted, In
and, though he protested that he O
meant no adverse criticism of the
feet, nor disrespect of the owner, _
wall$ C " ~~ r
The passage of the steamer
Alaska from New York to Queens
toA-- - aa u-aAfiity tifnutes
lessitli i3" da bca)lahe fact
thai f I I any silriago'sixteen F
days was thought a quick passage.
Onlf's'doz-yeam :sice' eleven -
dayt from New York "to Queens
towr was a phenozienally short
voyage, and wberi he White Star
and-an -Lines sozge years later
brought "the westward passage
dowtt: within nine days it was
thought they were sacrificing safe- D
ty -tw; speed. Now eight- days is
not, an uncommonly quick passage
in either directron-though - the g,
voyage out ii~ expected to be i
quicker than the return-end the U
big- steamers built now, with their i
enormously powerful egines, quite e
often run from New York to T
Queenstown in less than seven days t
and a half.
The Cincinnati man 'occupying a
fine position in society' who led his
wife away - from the matinee by the
ear not long since bas been inter
viewed in regard to the proceeding,
and gives an interesting account of
it. The woman got a habit of at
tending matinees, became familiar
with. plays, constantly adorned her
conversation with allusions to the
stage,'and 'I tell you Igot tired of -
it.~ So the husband tenderly be
sought her to desist, then swore A
at -her on tha subject--'then, for A
the first time in my life using harsh vi
langunage to my wife,' and finally A
he-led her away from the objec
tionable performance by the ear. ti
'It has had a good effect,' says the
expeimenter, 'she is getting along
nicely. She never refers to it, and I
is better than ever.' While the re- A
porter talked with the husband the
wife'eonid4e heard singing in ano
ther room, and all the householdL
seemed at peace.
Jones was tried for a homicide in s~
St. Louis. Alpeora Bradley was
his counsel. Bradley is eccentric,
and his knowledge of law is at
meagre ; but he makes a stirring i
speech, and his reliance is on his
power with the jury as an orator. W&
Throughout this trial he made the C
most ridiculous moti ons and objec "
tions, one of his propositions, for ie
example, being that the State could tia
not introduce proof of the kllling an
without first showing that th8 man
was alive. Eloquence in summing
up could not save the prisoner thus
defended, and a verdict of murder T
was rendered. The prisoner de
manded a new trial on the ground
of his counsel's 'ignorance, imbeeil- J(
ity, incompetence, and mismanage
ment.' The Supreme Court denied ho
the motion, but this decision has ~
been reversed by the Court of Ap- air
peals, which held that the record of C
the case showed Bradley to have va
made' 'an exhibition of ignorance,
stupidity, and silliness that could -
not be more absurd or fantastical
if it came from an idiot or lunatic.'
The Court admits that such con
duct on the part of counsel would N
not call for a new trial unless the -
prisoner had lost legal rights or p
advantages by it ; but in this case ha
witnesses whose testimony might Ga
bave saved Jones were not called, *O
and 'the prisoner in effect went to
his trial and doom without counsel
such as the law would secure toF
every person- accused of crime.'Fo
Counsellor Bradley replies very hot-.1e1
ly in a card, quoting Shakespeareine
bhis remarkable manner : 'The dief
who robs me of my money robs me of
I'rash, it is mine and his and a
slave to thousands. But that Judge anc
who Robs me of my good name "a
Robs me of that which- does not Ser
cuake him the richer, but leaves me' Ad
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
Lbe present generation. It is fbr the
ir of this disces ad its attendants,
CY HESDACHB. BILivusNltl DYTh
SCONSTIP&TION. PILES, etc., that
S?hAhave gained a world-wie
pnation. No Bemedy has ever been
seoerd tatacts so gently onte
er oas Systsm is BRO80, the Nuer
s Developed. and the Body Robust.
I. BIVAL. Planter at Bayou ar a se
I plantaRon iumin* malarial dsrc.o
erat years I could not make balta crop on
,oonat of bilious diseases and chili. I was
ary disouraged whnIbga h s of
dcn TTis PULL. T hen result Th e was me rv.1ous
r laborers soon became hearty and robust,
dI have bad no further trouble.
.the bowels to act n.a|ra" y, with.
.t whlt nooa5eea feel well.
:j -..is. Om ea rrayt.N. Y.
UT'S HAIR DYE.
naY Ha or WrsxRs chan&ed to a GLossY
w cx by a single application O( this Drz. It
'ab a natursl color, and acts lnstantaneously.
old by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt
fnoe, 85 Murray Street, New York.
'D.. TUTT' MA 1t'AL of Valuable
Iffor-naton and Useful Beeelpte
.ewill be mailed TaRB o,a applieaton.
Of Superior Quality.
'ANT'S DRUG STORE.
May 11, 19-tf.
4,000 i MIRIAG!
IETUAL AID UNION,
122 Gravler St., New Orleans.
IRECTORS-J. P. LONGLEY, Prest.; H. T.
COTTAM. Vice-Prest.; R. H. HENRY,
Sec. and Treas.; S. M. TODD, A. EEY.
NOIR, J. 0. A. FELLOWS.
This Union was organized to associate to
ther worthy unmarried white men and
omen, to assist each other by providing a
.nd for them at marriage by meat.s of mu
al assessments. No member can marry
fore six months and have any claim on
e marriage fund. Th- prices in this Union
-e cheaper than those of any similsr or
Lnization, and its benefits are greater.
sdies can join on the same terms as m<-n.
e following table will show the benefits
embers will be entitled to at marriage in
e different classes:
In Class A. B. C. I D.
fter 6 months.... $250 $500 $7501$1.000
7 .. 2921 534, 876 1.168
8 I 3341 68; 1,002 1,336
9 .. .... 376 75i2' 1.1291 1,504
10 .. .... 418 836. 1,2.4 1,672
11 .. ...... 4601 920! 1,380 1,840
.12.........500 1,000 1,500 000
. 13 .. ...1 542 1,084 1,626 2,163
.4 . 584 1,168 1,752 2336
..1.-.......720 1,42 21, 2,814
.18.......1 750 1,500 2,20 2,000
1. ........I 710 1,540 236 2,180
.. 2 .. ....i 16682521.336
.21.........87 l.752J 2.628 3,504
.. 2 . .. 918 1.83': 275&. 3.672
.23.........960 19201 2,8801 3,840
. 24 .. . .. 1 000 2,0001 3,0001 4.000
CLASS A-Membership Fee, $6; Advance
lsessment, $1; Annual Due, $3.
CLASS B-Membership Fee, $9; Advance
isessment, $2; Annual Due, $4.
CLSS C-Membership Fee, $12.50; Ad
ance Assessment, $3; Annual Due. $5.
CLASS D-Membership Fee, $10; Advance
isessment, $4; Annua Dete, $6.
A person can only join one olass. Write
the office for circulars and blank applica
ns, giving full pa. ticulars.
&ddress all communications to
R. H. H ENRY. Secretary and Treasurer,
122 Gravier St., New Orleans.
e State where you saw this advertise
ent. May 11, 19-6m.
LEVTURE TO YOUNG MEN
ON THE LOSS OF
I LECTURE. ON-H.NATURE.' TJtEATMENT
D RADICAL cure of s.eminal Weakness, or
ermatorrhea, induced by Self-Abuse,
voluntary Emissions. Impotency, Ner
us Debility, and Impediments to Mar
Lge generally; Consumption, Epilepsy,
d Fits; Mental andl Physical Incapacity,
:.-By ROBERT J. CULVE RWELL, M. D.,
thor o1 the "Green Book" "&c.
Lhe world-renowned author. In this ad
rable Lecture, clearly proves from his
'n experience that the awful consequeni
of SelfA buse may be effectually removed
thout dangerous surgical opetations,
I~g1es, instruments, rings or cordials;
inting ouit a mode of cure at once cert ain
d efectual, by which every sugercr, no
Iter what hui.s condition may be. may
re himself chenply, privately and ra<d
ifThis Lecture will prove a boon to
usands andl thousands.
sent, under seal, in a l.lain envelope, to
y address, on receipt of six cents or two
stage stamps. Address
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York, N. Y.
'ost Offee Box, 450. July. 6, 13-1y.
RE PENNINGTON HOUSE,
(F'ormerly the Mansion House,)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
11N M. PENNINGTON, Proprietor.
lhis popuIla.r and couveniently located
ite has been opened by the present Pro
etr, who will spare no pains to mamke
goI -sts comfortal. With rooms large,
y. -.-.n and well furnished, a table sup
ed with the ?.est that can be had. polite
I ready attention on the part of his ser
int-, be feels assured of giving sati'.faction.
Terms, $1 per Day; S12.50 per Menth.
Ine 22, 25-tf
T. D. DAWKINS,
--IN T H E
awberry Hotel Saloon.
would respectfully inform my former
rons and tht gentlemien generally that,
ing established myself under the New
ry Hotel, with the assistance of Maurice
att, every effort will be put forth for the
aort of my customers.
lar. .30, 1882. 13--tV.
.A. Lehman, Solicitor of American and
-eign Patents, Washington, D. C. All
ies connected with Patents, whether
ore the Patent Offie or the Courts,
imply attended to. No charge made n
a patent Is secured. Send for circular.
sp. 21, 38-tf.w.l.
MEI YOPK 8HOPPINR
|verybody is delighted winth the tasteful
beautiful selection made by Mrs. La
7, who has NEVER FAILED to please her
tomers. New Fall circular just issued.
d for it.
fress MRS. ELLEN LAMAR,
877 Broadway, New York.
Eov. 28, 48-tf.
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
S ~ ~ r r
COLUMBIA. S. C., May 18th 1882.
On and after Friday, May 19th, 182. 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 - - " 11.42 a m
" Alston, - - - - 12.41 p m
Newberry, - - - - 1.46 p m
Ninety-Six, -' - - - 3.24 p m
Hodges, - - - 4.18 p m
Belton, - - - 5.4u p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.05 p z
No. 63. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 10.25 a m
" Belton, - -- - 11.5 a m
" Hodges, - - 117 p m
Ninety-Six, - - - - 2.83 p m
Newberry, - - - 8.55 p m
" Alston -- 6.01 p m
Arrive Columbia,F - - 6.02 p m
aP.AABUaG, UNION a COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No. 6'2. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alstou, - - - - 12..4 p m
" Strother, - - - - 1.28 p m
" Sheltou, - - - - 1.52 p m
" Santuc,-- - - - - 2.29 p m
" Union, - - - - 2.57 p m
" Jonesville, - - - 3.26 p m
Arrive Spartanburg, e - 4.15 p m
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, I 1.00 p m
Spartauburg, S. U. & C. Depot.G 1.33 p m
Jonesville, - - - 225 p m
Union. - - - 2.i4pIm
Santuc, - - - S2:ipm
" Shelton, -.55 p in
Strother, - - - 4.18 p n
Arrive at Alston. - - - 4.53 p m
Leave Newberry, - - - , 4.' 5 p m
Arrive at Laurens C. H., - 6.49 p m
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 10.03 a m
Arrive at Newberry, - - e 12.50 p m
Leave Hodges, . - - 130pm
Arrive at Abbeville, -2.23 p m
Leave Abbeville, - -----.1 p m
Arrive at Hodges, - - - - 1.O5pm
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton at. 640pm
" Anderson 6.20 p m
" Pendleton 6.66 p m
Leave Seneca C, 7.36pm
Arrive at WaJhalla 7.59 p m ]
Leave Walballa at, - - 9.30 a m
Leave Seneca D, 10.00 a m
" Pendleton, - - 10.33 a m
" Anderson, .. 11 1 a m
Arrive at Belton, - - 110 a m
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
Solid trains between Columbia and Wal
halla. Through Cars between Charleston
and Hlendersonville, and Charleston and
Greenville. obviating change of cars bp
tween either of the above points.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and August
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Chalotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad frorq Chrdotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanbur g Rail Road
for points in Western Nor Carolina.
C. With A. &C. Div. R. &D.RB.R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. D3v., B. & D. B. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., -. & D. R. R., from all
So ints South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmnvion Columbia and Aunta
Railroad forilmingto and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
H. With A. & C. Div., B. A D. . R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Wash:ngton, D. C.,
which is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
E . h . C. TALCOrf, Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. Pops, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railway Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after April 30th, 1882, Passenger
Trains on this road v- run as follows un
Leaveaote Columbia and- AustaM
Araiiofo Charltte an th 1ort.
G.OIthA. G C.EDS, D.AIL.)R .,fo
LaeCharlestte ad beyond. 0 .
Lead ie Cn ed Wasingon 8.0D. C.,
Arivhi eemiuefstrha Columbia 12 .K
Ariv Augst at TALCOTT Gen A.ger.
GOI. WES DAEY. eitnet
LaAuust, Geeatl PassengerAgent
Arrite Colia alway Comp10A.
den anch after Are 30th, e88cp Sn-e
EpsTrains -betisrths o-1rn a1s0-betwseun
CLba andlChareston. -O- -S5.55rP.y
Andrrve CalSttons at on - -s class P.r M.
foGh ofdtip, gooT, Dil. M 'dy en
Lavsae regarlton l at s-- -c7.ts per
ConneCinmde at Columbia with C.
AriveC ubg at -- - 11.28 A. M., n eatn t55
LoewthCave te Columbia an d 9.30uP.ta
Railodb rirriv inggst at Cl-m-ia. at
1.Arive Candlepston" at 5.5- P .2 . an
PLlan eprewe Charleston - a-- n.dP J.
LeavehAngta vat Virini -idan route,
wrihou mane Connctio mad at1 Car-M
letrns ith Saerlyo ewp Yrkn on Wed
ndays Bandh Saturdayse dalo excth Svn
Conletn Care ae atce Auuta itht
Geogi Sunas,roaund trpCet Rairod to
and frrom all poains oth nd first.asfr
fThrogh tip,t good bel pMcaed toonl
to rturn Excrsios tiket P.o f Ten ,
Jas are ECulr. oenerale ag i entspe
ioihCharlotte, Columbiaaa AugustaR
1 C.8 O. . nearing S. C.5 Ap.0 18. tn
fOn and afitero botha? rilds, 188, theog
following Seue wbperbenCaledsthisan
witoutpange.OTHWARD. maea qhr
Leaegstonwttamer A for.New..York5 onaed
nesdays and Colubiays;.lso,with Saan
Arv ad Chjarlotten Cail' od t. 4.30 pint
Anrom atlpit St S uthand. Wst...6p
Leaveouguta,et An..e.purchased0 tp all
Arv B.DSUaUEtAet Columbia.D....1.0p
No.17 LOCA F C.GT ALEN exep Su&T.yA
(WithB PECs.senerCach attae.)
Leavle, oummba..&..A.gusta...0 am
ArvatCarlotte..C....10.15 p9 1882
No. 52 DAILY-MAIL AND EXREss.
Leave Astavi.............. .. 7.50 am m
Arrive at Chottei, ..............0.00 a mn
Leave Charlotte, C..... .........11.352 p m
Arrive at Charlotte, C.............6.00 p m ]
Arrive at Astavile..............4705 p mn
No. 4'8 DAILY-MAIL AND ExIrEss.
Leave Coumbia, D........ 615...". a.0 piu
Arrive at AumbitaA...............10.30 m
No.17 LoCAL FREIGHT, daily exceptSndys
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
Leave Chotmta.................. 6.00 a m
Arrive at Coalott.................4.0 p mna
B-ith othrlolina,..............0.0 and
toiv an froalmbints B.......... a.00 Carlin
D on.c w8DithY-eMW.C.L A . EXPRE8.r
And53vetwesta Agst a..,,....h,.n.tona,
(WC ith Dassener CochT anChed.)
A-With 4 alnes 48 rund ro betwennh Au
Foria and thoenout and ctanta, Plmaon
Sleeper Soutwenst. t n W l~
B-Wdibtee Austarlnd Wilroadgtond
Aov sCheuleson. ontie
Go and fr.omrl Suinteot nd Carlin
C.setrle Ranr .prabr alo
SD-ConectG wit Ch . Septembe 1,188. for
Oimngnda afterpourssaon Setebr1 Atlanti
Pullmng traeinas bern Taiy (Snds.5
excnd) between SArstanb and Hn-n
D,eC.,nviae Dans e hburlandChar
weae CaD.lott adSpachmndu.40p
Numbier 47Hend8rnol.d..betwee nul
gusa HandeFlorncle.and.carry Pulan m.b
)iaean Cretn iAugustangndWligon
and Colmbaen A tlasta and Clmingtt.
AbovLie. sceuJaMSgo ANDE.SN
G. . TLCor, upeinedentneat
Dry Goods I
Fresh Stock ! Latest
CALICOES. from 5 cts
MIUSLINS, from 5cts.
HIOMESPUNtS, from 5i
N 1 COTTrONADES, from)]
HOSIERY, from 8 cts.
DILESS GOODS, all Rr
UNDERWEAR, for ch
NOTIONS, too numerc
LACE4 AND EMSROI
WHITE SHIRTS. Line
COLLtRf], CUFFS, 80
LINE OF SHOES CLOSIE
ALL THE LAT
Give Us a Trial.
May 23, 21--t.12 Main
PRI%G AND I
liddlesex Flannel, all wo<
For Spring, in colors of Blue, Bla
This stock is complete of Imported an
This is the largest s:ock received in
A new stock of fine LOW QUARTER
VI. L. KINARD, - -
Apr. 20, 16-tf.
IS NOW BElD
Whieh comprises a fu
OIL CLOTHS, MA'7
HATS, S4OES, 1
ADd Elegant and Pancy Dl
..aces, Hosiery, Paa
. These are all offered at LOW P
atisfaction. We also have a ful! line of B
A pr. 13, 15-6m. COLUMX
Parties wishing the above, address
SPEAKE & BRO
Mear. 30, 13-tf.
ratches, Clocks, Jewelry.
ATUIES AND 1EW1ELRY
At the ifew Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
!ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
OLIN AND GUITAR STRI-NGS,
SPECTACLES AlTD SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDIN AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
ratekniaking and Repairing
Done'Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
biov. 21, 47-tf
WLENN & POOL,
(Succesors to Win. F. liance, dec'd.)
r'ho undersigned having associated them
yes together for the purpose of conduct
the INSUR ANCE BUSINESS, would
pectfully ask for a continuance of the
siness lately entrusted to Major Nance,
i also any nw business that may offer.
JAMES F. GLENN.
TENCH C. ?OOL
tug. 9, 1881. 32-if.
BIA, S. C.
Styles ! Lowest PrIces
per yd. up.
per yd. ur.
ats. per yd. up.
ts. per yd. up.
per pair up.
lIdren, ladies and gents.
as to mention
Front. 50 ets.
MKS, .tc., 3.c.. &c.I
Y OUT AT NEW YORK COST.
EST NOVELTIES IN
11 Not Be Undersold.
0CESSOR TO W. D. LOVE,
St., Columbia, S. C.
>l and guaranteed not to fade, $1 2..O.
:k, Pearl, Green, Brown and Granite.
I Domestic Underwear, in sizes 34 to 44.
he City, and direct from Manufactories.
and GAITERS to make a complete outfit.
TH E PLACE.
- - COLUMBIA, S. C.
11 and complete stock of
LTAINS and S AD38.
~RA9NI(S, VfA LISES,
;SS ARTICLES ln Great Variety..
asols, Umbrellas and
I ON S.
ERICES, and such values as will give
UTTER[CK'S PATTERNS. Try us.
EXECUTOR, & CO.,
BIA, S. C.
i~ FRUIT DRYER.
.Kinard's T. 0., S. C.
un erilnbeare aranedaanst
anyandallcamfrn the Compn hodny h
The BLATCHLEY PUMPS are for.sale by the
Nameoof ay neMsi gl bwlseo
Q. 9. PLATPIII.EY, Manufacturer,
308 MARKET ST., PHtILADELPIA. PA.
SOLDI ERS ",*w su,"eringd,ro
dep'endent"moth"ere or fat of*older
are entitle toa INsz Careful Mist
ance given I DELAYE OrREJCTE LI
mre evidence. Complee intructin with
Ezo AKIG, Attorneys-at-Law, 916 F St.,
*ffaweek in your ontown. $5Outfit,
flltal not required. Wewill furnish
fortunes.n Ldeae as mch asmen nd
yo want a usness at whc you anmake
getpyall th te yu wok wrtor
For COUCHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases o
I i sin p enta l ceds
and LUNG8, buit has never been so d,ant
BYE. Its soothing Balsamic properties afford a di
system after the cough has been relieved. Quart a
AlI O !Do not be deceived b
ICA a - a ticl eename has a Privat 1)
permits it to be Sold by Druggtss, Groeers
7- WITHOUT SPECIAL
The TOL, ROCK AND RYE CO.,Prop
F. W. WAGENE"F & C.. Wholesal
THE STUDY OF MU !
The Labor of Years Aecon
the New Inductive
Has Opened a STUDIO over
Stcge for the Recep
Having Ta,uci,t this Mthtod in the North with
ville, S. C., now Ofers her Services and the Met
,1 It is impossible to set forth ALL THE Al)
Old System, in an Advertisement, but invite all I
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Sim1
It des away with years of drudgery.
It takes the Pupil almost immediately Into t
continues the same throughout the whole Course
It is not a superficial method, bat applies to a
out any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educated clh
This Method is entirely different from the Old
An opportunity is ofered to all to gain a Mus
for Less Dxpense thaa
wMany of my Pupils in the South are n
which was gained at a nominal expense, while m
DOLLABS Per Lesson.
This Method fulfils thenaxim that "Whatevei
ens life and Increases usefulness."
Terrws, 50 ets.
"' Books and Sheet Music will be F
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, CALL ON 4
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
Preserve Your Old Books !
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Dook Manufacturer
Hasq moved opposite the City Hall, where
he is fully prepared, with first-class work
meu, to do all kinds of work in his line.
BLANK BOOKS RIULED to any pattern
and bound in any style desired.
My facilities and long acqua'intance with
te business enable me togaantee saifac
Books, and Books for the use of Clerks of
Court, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in
Equity, and other County Officials.
Pamphlets, Magazines, Music, Newspapers
and Periodicals, and all kinds of publications *
bound on the most reasonable terms and in
the best manner.
All orders promptly attended to.
E. R. STOKES, lj
Main Street, opposite New Ci?y Hall,
Oct. 8, 41-if. Columbia, S. C. d
SGreat chanetoay ake monoy
U tUage of the goche fo ma.J
erally become wealthy, while those who do ?
calitles. Any one can do the work proper r
ly fromo th rst satThe buiess will
Expensive outfit furnished free. o one
You can evot your whole time to the
w ork only your spare moments Fullf
fre. Address SmsoN & Co., Portland, u
HAS IN HIS SPRING STOCK OF
Cloths and Suitings, CL
SiME VERY 'he
ELEGANT GOODS, *o
Experienced Cutters, exp
AND THlE pro<
PRICES LOW, m
FITS GUARANTEED. the
Mar 16,'11, if. N
You can make money faster a
work for ustha at n e e
oythei2dustay and u wards madleathomne
iris wanted ev here to work or us.
lo the work No oecan fil to0 make enor.
t and tem free. Mney lae fast easy be o
ad honoraly. Address TRUE 4 Co. Au und
A.~ A. THOMAS, St. Cloud build
es before thenite Sae Pa
cae,privan e l n Ofi.ntes
efrehe Deparmn oftthe Intror and Cot
efor the Executive Departents Spe C
.ad warrats, homesta foas and a $l
aio la scrip bought and sold.
1880- 1880. froms
ERAB IJENRAL HOTEL,j
(lormerly the Wheeler House,)
COLUMBIA, s. C. Ax
BEFUENISKED AND REFITTED.
TERMS, $2.0 TO $300 PER DAY, or
IOHN T. WILLE!, Propriet'r.]L
No. 0,4 _tr J
BRONCHITIS, ASTH,MA, PNEU
r THROAT, CHEST AN LUMS.
s always been one of the mrt Im'lotatrt
spous wielded b the MEDICAL PA&iUl:Y
istheecoah tsofC CUGIIVNLt.C
ONCHITIS,ASTHMA, SOE ;THROA1
;es,ad all d1sease of the THKOAT.CHEST
9v oompounded as In the TO:.U. ROC andM
usive stimulant and tonic to buildnp-iiw
ze bottles, Price 1.00
7 dealershOAiI to pa=off R ck and R
U CK E which is the ONL
i Stamp on each bottle, which
TAX On LICENSa.
rietors, 41 River St., Chicago, DL
e Agents, Charleston, 8. 0.
&plished in Weeks by
rethod for the
R. Y. Leavell's Furntte
tion of Pupils.
Unparalleled Success; also in
iod to the CITIZENS OF NE
VANTAGES this Method has over
aterested to Call at the Stadio, or
ile that even a Child of Five Years
e Science of Musical Compositiona,
11 Music precisely as it is written,
as of the community.
ica Education in a $hor1 jues
i ever beore.
ow snccesatally jaaehng this
y epenee for itin alone was
tshortens the road to learninm.
?rnsed on Moderate Tern&
. W. H. CLARK
ddnEsS a ; -
If ouare a~l mefclhani levarer-e
re-wrk or a mo-J: crrun d.n ci bv failyor
>id dut:.es try P.ucna..'s. Cn.cax Toac.
Ifi -m are a law7er. minister orlibii~== sa
:dby mea: st-a'n or anxious cre de
ke intoxlici :ig s:hri3fiS but use?P
Tf you have Dvsi,epsia Rhenads:n. Kde
r:. ry w oo.1: orif voit teuocied&
If "m wast ~ning away from age, dissipatia
y 4:sase or we~aess and:c.equreanlne
Inup.:'.:e cnestdosebutwill never
2As sa.edJ l.'.:dredsz d lives it may, sav
z:.x. c.. rssJ. wma s..id..a. w
C3E/- SAVING 5UTING DoLLaR SUZE.
e want a limited number of active, eSn
~tic canvassers to enaein apl an
profitable business. Good men wRi
this a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY.
chi will please answer this adreras
t by letter, enclosing stamp for reply,
Lng what business they have been en.
d in. None but those who mean bauli
need apj y. Address
v. 17, 1880-47-2y. Atlanta,&
Election is Over.
ow go and hear the votes counted at
LRK'S GALLERY, where the Guest Art
-ks that have ever been exhibited in -
berry, are on exhibiton. And wbil
e sit for your picture, and take to year
es some of their superior photograps.
'ewarn you that delays are dangeroim:
re it is too late.
r. W. H. Clark feels conIent, after s
rience of fifteen years, that be esa
uce a class of work that will plea..
give perfect satisfaction.
apying old pictures and enlarging to
desired side, also reducing to the
lest, a Specialty.- -
>r style and quality of work, refers to
editor of this paper.
CL ARK BRO'S.
av. 10, 46-tf.
iPARTANBURS C0., 8. C,
te Proprietors of this Celebrated Water.
Place respectfully announce that It-will
pe ned this Season on the lst of June,
r the same managemnent as last year.
Trmxs 01 BOARD.
rda:y............. .....$ 200
r week.................... 12 00
r week for 3 weeks........10 00
r month.... ........... 300
gt's to Rent-per tenement-of
mrs-for the Season, $30 00O; Whol
'ttages-6 rooms-for the Season,
F' Special attention given to shipping
Water. The Springs can be reachEd
Spartanburg at lowest rites by H.schk.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
na. 1, 22-tf'. Proprietors.
Ly Book or Article ~
Ia the Stationery Line
NOT IN STOCK,
be ordered and furnished at pmbbHar
lnufacturerb' regular retail price.
are your orders as the
HERALD STATIONERY STOREL
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