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The superintendent of mode
farm at Guelph, Canada, gives ui
below the results of some experi
ments made there in cattle breed
1. A steady frosty winter is bet
ter than an open one in feeding
2. An average two or three-year
old steer will eat its own weight o
different materials in two weeks.
3. Two or three year old cattl<
- will add one-third of a pound mon
per day to their weight upon pre
pared hay and roots than upon thi
same materials unprepared.
4. It is thirty per cent. mori
profitable to premature and dispos
of fattening cattle at two years ol(
than to keep them up to thre
5. There is no loss in feedingi
cattle beast well upon a variety o
materials for the sake of manur
6. Farmyard manure from we]
fed cattle three years old is wort]
an average of $2.30 per ton.
7. A three-year-old cattle beast
well fed, will give at least one to]
of manure every month of winter.
8. No cattle beast whatever wil
pay for the direct increase to it
weight from the consumption o
any kind or quantity of -food.
9. On an average it costs twelv
cents for every additional pound o
flesh added to the weight of a tw
or three year-old fattening steer.
10. In Canada the market vala
of store cattle can be increasei
thirty-six per cent. during si:
months of finishing by good feed
11. In order to secure a saf
profit, no store cattle beast, we]
. . done to, can be sold at less thai
four and one-half cents per poun<
12. In the fattening of wethers
to finish as shearings, the Cots
wood and Leicester grades can b<
made up to 200 pounds, the Ox
ford Down 180 pounds and th<
-* South Down (grade) 160 poundi
* each, live weight.
13. A cow wintered upon tw<
tons and a half of hay will produci
not far from five tons of maniere
provided that she be well litterei
and none of the excrements be
LIQtm EMRE.-'It simply doeE
wonders,' said a gardener to us
many years ago. The expressioE
well describes the effects of liquid
manure judiciously used. Because
sodden witit. The s:euie o
have tearpermeate it. and inade
wet, even with rich liquid manure,
hplnswill suffer. It is well to
haeatight cask of some kind
sun intheground, into which the
saywash water and chamber
slop maygo ; these of themselves
wlbeexcellent fertilizers. The
friiigquality may be increased
byteaddition of cow manure, ma
nrfrmthe hen-house,sheep drop
pins, tc.The chief care to be
- takenis not to have the liquid too
ditonI is better to err in the
drcinof weakness. Twice a
- week is often enough to apply it,
and then only to plants that are
growing. In the absence of other
manure Peruvian guano, at the
rate of an ounce to a gallon of
water, is the best substitute.
Nothing else will so increase the
productiveness of a small garden
as the proper use of liquid fetili
In turning out cattle do not for
get to give a sufficient dry food.
The change should not be a shock
to the whole system. Young grass
.fIrequently produces scours. Mean
while don't forget that about the
time you turn out your cattle to
ifresh grass you need some fresh
grass yourself in the shape of
MasEmm PomAOES.-BOil some
potatoes and pass them through a
coarse hair sieve ; put them into a
saucepan with a good lump of but
ter and salt to taste- add a little
mikand work them well with a
spoon on a slow fire for some min
utes, adding small quantities of
milk as they get dry.
Camphor placed in drawers or
trunks will prevent mice from
doing them any injury.
The mills of Augusta aire ship
ping cotton cloth to Africa.
There are eleven hundred and
sixty-five lawyers in Boston.
A Methodist church in Attleboro,
Mass., has organized an Anti-gossip
R. B. Vance of North Carolina,
has been nominated for re-election
The Presbyterian congregation
of Greenville are building a $16,
000 house of worship.
Work is going ahead rapidly on
the South Carolina Railroad water
connections at Charleston.
It is an ill wind that blows no
body good. The war in Egypt
will raise the price of American
California is rapidly becoming a
manufacturing State, while, her
wheat fields bring in more wealth
than all her mines.
Engineer Melville and two sail
ors of the Jeannette expedition
left Tomsk Tuesday for St. Peters
burg, enroute for home.
A new Democratic daily is to be
started at Charlotte, N. C., on the
20th, with ex Congressman A. M.
Waddell, as editor in-chief.
Senator Hampton says he cannot
serve as President of the South
Carolina University, even if he
should be elected to that position.
Dr. C. C. Pritchard, a well
known Charleston physician, died
on the 6th of June, at the Sand
Hills, near Augusta, in the 71st
year of his age.
Two merchants of Greenwood
say that the road saved in two
months forty-eight hundred dollars
to the citizens of the community in
the way of freights.
f Mrs. Scoville, in the Circuit
Court at Chicago, has filed a bill
for divorce against her husband, al
leging cruelty on two occasions
and passionate anger on his part as
Fifty years ago Chicago was a
village of 200 people, now it claims
a population of 600,000 and is the
I third manufacturing city in the
world, and keeps growing right
'In order to make a good bottle
of champagne at least two years
of constant work and care is ne
cessary,' writes John I. Fisher,
United States Consul at Rheims,
Col. Abe Buford, the converted
Kentucky turfman, is lecturing on
the turf from a religious stand.
point, and maintaining that there
is nothing in conflict with religion
in high-toned horse-racing.
The climate of Egypt in August
is represented as deadly to Euro
peans. Fevers prevail and- the
Egyptian opthalmia, which renders
many of the natives blind. These
are allies that Arabi Bey is count
During the month of June twen
ty two car loads of machinery for
cotton factories were shipped from
Boston down the Richmond and
Danville road for the two Carolinas.2
Three hundred car loads are to be
sent to the South this Fall.
The Rev. Sylvanus Hayward, who
preaches in Globe, Mass., declares
bluntly that the increase in divorce
in that State is not due to greater
laxity in the laws, but to an enor-1
mous increase of wickedness among t
the people, and he holds that the
remedy must be found in an im
provement in their morals.
Lyraan B. Goodhue, a St. Louis
druggist, is white, and his wife is
black. He is suing for a divorce,
not on account of the difference in
color, but because she treats him
cruelly. He bore with her lovingly,
he says, as long as she struck him
only with her open hand, but when b
she threatened his life he moved for a
Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken announces
that a competitive examination will
be held at Cokesbury on Tuesday,
Sept. 6, for a successful candidate
to the Naval Academy at Annapolis,
Md. The candidate will be re
quired to report at Annapolis on
the 22nd September. Dr. W. M.
Grier, of Due West, R. L. Lewis,
of Central, and G. C. Hodges, of: .
Ninety Six, will conduct the exami-e
Clark, a Chicago drunkard, beat
his wife with his wooden leg, and
was sent to jail for ten days. TheF
prison was crowded, and the con- b
victs were doubled in the cells.
Clark's companion was Prindell, -
a man verging on insanity. Clark
related his crime to his companion,
set the leg in the corner, went to ai
sleep, and snored continuously.
The snoring crazed Prindell, and he sI
killed Clark with the wooden wea- A
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B. RIVAL a Planter at Bayou Sara, La., say:
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(:OTTAM,. Vice-P'rest.; Rt. 11. It NN;l
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NOIR, J. U. A. FELLOWS.
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gether worthy unmarried white men and
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fund for them at marriag" by means of mu
Lual assessments. No ncuiber can tnarry
before six months and have any claim nn
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are cheaper thant those of any sitmil'tr or
ganization, and its benefits are greater.
Ladies can join on the same terms as men,
The following table will show the benefit
members will be entitled to at marriage ir
the different classes:
In Class A. B. C. D.
After 6 mnonthls. ...li $250. $500 $750!$1,00)
..2, 5341 SC iiU
.. ......12331 ;6. 1,002 1.38E
.. . . 37 7 1ai i,50
1.. . ....14151 831; 1,L"4) 1,G:
.. ..0 .... 40 9201 1.330 1.541
00 1060 1.500 2,100.
3765: 116 12! 2,50
15 ;2t;418 83G 1,254S'1,S~i
17.........470 1,20 130 2,11
18..........50! 1,5000 1,500 :2,00
5 $34 1.81,6 2~ 2,50!16:
54,11,752~ 2 3(
918 1.S336 2,704 2.075
23 ... 790~ 1,420. 2.130, 2,84(
- 24 .. l750 41J3,00 220 3.00(
IC L52S. :83,0
CLASS A-Membership Fee, $G ; A dvance
assessment, $1; Annual Due, $3.
CLASS B-Membership Fee, $9; AdvanCE
assessment, $2; Annual Dne. S1.
CL&SS C-:dembership Fee, $12.50; Ad
rance Assessment. $:t; Annual D)ue. $5.
CLASS D--Membuership Fee, SIG; Advance
ssessment, $4; Annual Due, $'s.
A person can only join one class. Write
o the office for circulars andi blank applica
;ons, giving full pa- ticulars.
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122 Gravier St.,. New Orlcans.
M' State where yoa saw this advertise
nent. May 11. 19--Gm.
I LEUTUIRE TOi YOUNG MEN~
oN THE LOSS OF
A LEcrt;:r: o\ il! Nrr't-:i. TRE.iTtiT
LD RArecAL. cure al .'eninal wVrakr es, or
nvolutary Emmisimwt. Imnpotenrcy, Ner
-us Debility, and imeimeznts to, Mar.
aiage p~nraly; Con.umption. Epi lep,y,
.nd Fits: Miet.al and' 'hv.sical Incapacity,
c.-By ROBERT .1. CCL VE IVEL L, Id. D.,
,uthor 01 theC --Gren BJo.k "&c
Thme worid-reno wned author. in thi s ad
irable Lecture, cleary proves from his
'vn experience that the awful consequen
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rithout d angerou.s sur;til operat ions,
ougies, instruments, rings or cordials;
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d efTectual, by which uvery sufferer. no
:atter what hist condition maty be, max:y
ure limoself che iply, privately am.iC radl
57This Lecture wvill prove a boon to
bousands and thxous:mis.
Sent, under seal, in ai;.lain envelope,.to
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stage stamps. Addlress
TEE CULVERWELL MEDICAL C0.,
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Post Office Box, 450.. July. 0, 13-ly.
['HE PENNM%T0N HOUSE,
(Formerly the H'ansion House,)
NEWEERRY, S. C
OiN M. PEN.- NTON, Proprietor.
This r'coule :cal coite:'tiv located
ouse hais'..een or.. ;.d bye t'.e pr.:-sen! Pro
rietor, who wl -:ar'- ho p:.ins to nake
is gu"s' crtb. Wi:b room's large,
iry. cleau and w:-!: itt :isihed, a i,tle suip.
li wi th t he 'w t.. i lit r.ci: be had. pol,i:.e
d ready aten1ozn the pa'rt of l is sr
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Terms, $1. per Day; $12.50 per Month.
- ue 22, 5--t
T. D. DAWKINS,
--IZ TH E
lewerry Hotel Saloon.
I would respectfnily infom ~: my former
trons aud the, arm::l.'men: generatiy that,
aving establish~d myvtelf undor th:e New
erry Hotel, with the~ assistinee of Maurice
atOI, every effort will b)e put forth for the
mfort of my customers.
Mar. 50, 1882. 13-tf.
F. A. Lehman. Solicitor of American an d
Dreign Patents, Washington, D. C. All
:isiness connected with Patents, whetheri
dore the Patent Office or the Courts,I
comptly attendecd to. No charge made un
ss a patent is secured. Send for circular.
Sep. 21, 3S--tr.w.l.
NEW YOPK SHOPPING
Everybody is delighted with the tasteful
id beautiful selection made by Mrs. La
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istomers. New Fall circular just issued.
ind for it.
dress MRS. ELLEN LAMAR,
No.2 877 Broadway, New York.
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
COLUxBzA, S. C., May 18th. 1882.
On and after Friday, May 19th, 1S82. the
PASSENGER TRAIN4 will run as herewith ui
dicated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - 4 11.42 a m
Alston. . - - - 12.41 pI n
" Newberry. - - - - 1.48 p In
Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.24 p n
Hodges, - - - 4l 1p a
Belton, - - - 5.4%1 p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.05 p to
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 10.25 a n
"Gelton, - - - 11.53 a ir
" Hodges, - - y _ 11 m
a A- - - - 10.25 a m
Arv Chuti, - - 11 p in
autuc, =- - - 12.33 p n
trothe, -- - - 3.6p n
Shio. - - 5.012p t
No n.3. DOWN PASSNGE..
Leave Spartan,burg, it 1)..ep. - 1."4 p In
~..ai:brg,5. . C Dep ut.G, 1 5. I ini
" OStroihe, - - - - p i
"Satue. -- - - - 2 p in
r u io r , - . 7 p :
rri st alt,. - in
11 LAURENS RAILWAY.
Arrive irthiuiirg , -5 i 1
Leave Sarta-bor, , C. &. D.Dp:.1 n.'
''rn at a Nbirry, . U. Ci. pot.GLL BAC
teave ioiles. - - !.: in
ae n--------------- - -- -5:
Arrive at lston. - - - p l m
BLUE iI~E RiAILUROAD AND ADisON
Leave Belton ut. 5.40 p m
ADder"on 6 2up is
" Peudleton 43.5; p mn
Leave Seuieca C, 7.35 p n
Arrive at %Abh:,ila 7.59 . ' r
Leave Walhalla at, - - 9.3 a in
Leave Setnca D, 1ut." a m
Pendleton, - - 15.3 a in
" Ander:n, - 11.11 a In
Arrive at Blao, - - 11.50 a
TifROUGH CAR SERVICE.
Solid tnjns between Columbia and
halla. Tliiogh Cars between CharPeeston
and Aendersonville, and Charleston and
IGreenville. obviating change o: ears b"
tween either of the above points.
IA. With South Carolina Railroad from Char.
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
R a0d all
Sidh tr etwee Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Ashevil!e & Spartaburg Rail Road
for pnts in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. C. & D. . ., from all
points South and West.
E. tlanta and beyond.
C. With A. & C. Div., B. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
F. Witn South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington 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. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D.tC.,
which is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
T. M. R. TALCOTf, Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. POPE, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railway Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after April 30th, 1882, Passenger
Trains on this road will run as5 follows un
til further notice :
GOtNG EAST, DAILY.)
Leave Columbia at - -- 5.55 P. M.
Arrive Camden at - - - - 9.00 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - -10.40 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
Leave Charleston at - - - 7.00 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - - - 8.00 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - -112 A.-M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M.
Arrive Augusta at - - - - A. M.
Arrive Charleston at - -- 8.20 A. M.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - 8.15 P. M1.
Leave Augusta at -- - - 4.45 P. 31.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. M.
All trains run daily except trains on Cam
den Branch, which are daily except Sun
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Express Trains-berths only $1.50-between
Columbia and Charleston. On. Saturdays
and Sundays. round trip tickets are sold to
and from all Stations at one first class fare
for the round trip, good till Monday noon
to returu. Excursions tickets goord for ten
daiys arc regulariy on sale at six cents per
mile for round trip to and irom ali stations.
Connecions% mnade at Columbia with Col
umb)ia and Greenville Railroad by train a
riving ut 11.28 A. M'(., and departing at 5.55
P. If. Connection made at C. C. & A. .Junc
tion with Charloitte, Columbia and Anusuva
Railroad by train arriving at Columbia at
11.28 A. M1. and 'leparting at 5.55 P. 31. to and
from all points on bioth Rtoads, with th roughl
Puilrlman Sleeper between Charleston and
Washington. vat Virginia Miiannd route,
without chatnge. Connection mnade at Char
leston with Steaimers for New Yor on Wed
nesdays and Saturtdays; walso. with Savan
niah and Charleston Rtailroad to all points
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georgia Rlailroad' and Central Rtailroad to
andl from all points South and West.
Through tiekets can he putrchased to aU)
points South and West, by aplying to
A. B. D)ESAUssUR'E, Agent, ColXimbit.
D).C. ALLEN, G.P.& T. A.
JOHN B. PEcK, General Manager.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta RI. R~.
.OFFICE GENERAL P'ASSENGIER AGENT.
CoLUu.rtA. S. C.. A pril 2tJ. 1882.
On and after Stunday. April 30, 1882, the
following Schedule will be operated by this
No.53 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRE'Ss.
Leave Augusta. A............... 7.50 a m
Arrive at Columbia. B............11.45 a mn
Leave.Columbia, B..............11.5 a mn
Arrive at Charlotte, C............ 4.3 p m
Arrive at Statesville.............. 7.p mn
NO.av 47 DAI LY-MAIL AND EXRExSS. I
LaeAugusta, A......-........ 0.00pm
A rrive at Columbia, D-..........10.30 p mt
No. 17 LOCA L FR EIGHT, daily e xcept Sundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
Leave Columbia................ 6. 0 a m
Arrive at Charlotte...............10.15 p mn
No.352 DAILY-MAIL AND EXvnr.ss.
Leave Statesville................. 7.55 a m
Arrive at Charlotte..............1.00 a mn
Leave Charlotte. C................1.35 p
Arrive at Columbia, B............ 6.00 p m
Leave Columbia, 1............... 6.07 p mn
Arrive at Augusta, A............. 8.40 p mn
No.48S DAILY-MAIL AND EXREss.
Leave Columbia, D................15 a mn
Arrive at A ugusta. A............10.22 a mn
No.18 LOCAL FREIGHT, daily exceptSundays
(With Passenger Conch attached.)
Leave Charlt.tte.................0 a mn
Arrive at Columbia...--.............4.30 p m ,
A-With all lines to and from Savannahb
Florida and. the South and Atlanta, Macce n
Pand tho Southwest.
l--With South Carolina Railroad to anud
C-With Richmond and Danville P.aily-onh
to and from all points North and Car'olina
D--Connect with the W. C. & A. Rt. R. I
Wilmington and all points on the A~tlan c
Pullman Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52
and 53 between Augusta and War hin-gton
D. C., via Danville, Lynchburg an hr
lottesville. Also, on Trins 55 and 53 be.
tween Charlotte and Richmond.
Numbers 47 andI 48 run solid between Au
gusta and Florence and carry Puilman
Sleepers between AuguSta and Wilmington
and between Augtfata and Wilmington.
Above schedule Washington time.
A. POPE. General Passenger Agent.
G. R. TA LCoT, Superintendent.
Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad.
SPARTANBURG. S. C., September 1L 18S1.
On and after Thursday, September'1, 131,
passenger trains will be run daily (Sundays
excepteidlbetween Spartanburg and Hen
dersonville, as follows:.
Leave R. & D. Depot at Spartanbrg.4.2o pIm
Arrive at Hendersonville...........7.30 p mn
Leave Hendersonvile............... 5.30 a m
Arrive R. & D. Depot,Spartanburg.12.00 mn
Both trains make connections for Colum
bia and Charleston via Spartanbur. Union
and Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte byb
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r you to enter it too,
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zo Do ARCLES Undereat Yaety ~.
T. I AIT S.
eV PIeC E , and uc alr u es as will givre
TE S d GUT TER'S PAT ERNS.i;I Tr u.
- OUMBIA, S. C.
'ngis, .is C
MSHll nd om let soc .o
[ATABNGEMS, H GL S
ENRTINS and CSTTADESN.
s DrESS RTILrS of Ghe VAr TT IE.
Phe arga oi:sr UmdBellins adN
Vies AllICngS, and boi lue s w iarraited
c rie ef r TEIC S PATEN S. Trys urn s.
AND EXAR.TOR. &O CO .PR,
n'1 Agec o 0, S. C.,adGog,
ES, NE O COTTON GINS.
bs frmd- c r osi th e e ST rE e iES
ut he lap &i:r ~ st gn es> , n o m an
hra 1 nat!nv han1 l ie warrant d
Spke dcor he work. No Jon cantilomaeh nr
F a JOH ir.STON a, ae.
HART & 001
INVENTION OF TH E
AGE. SAVES 9PEr -
CENT. OF THE LA- .,
BOR, AN>, DOUBLES
THE VAI.UJE OF
THE MAMURE BY
KE1P'S MANURE AND COTTO
THE "BROWN" and DAl
FD R3r LBOVE
a Iisce "ianeoa
Use Lawrence &
For COUCHS, CO.DS, SORE THROAT, BR
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases of TH
ON in its incipient and advanced stages, az
and LUNGS, but It has never been so advantageous col
BYE. Its soothing Balsamic properties afford a diffusiv
system after the cough has been relieved. Quart size bol
CAUTION! Do not bedeceiedbdeal
ril-h in place of our TOL
MEDICATED article-the genuine has a Private Die'Pr(
permits it to be Sold by Druggts, Grocers and ]
.g- WITHOUT SPECIAL TA2
The TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Propriett
F. W. WAENER & CO., Wholesale Ag
TE STUDY OF MUJSI
The Labor of Years Accompi
the New Inductive MXe
Has Opened a STUDIO over R.
. Store for t.he Recept.ion
Having TaaeLht this Method in the North with Unpt
ville. S. G.. now Otfers her Services and the M-- hod i
43r It 9s imupossible to set foth A LL T HE A D)V A'
Old Systemn, in an Advertisement, but invite all intera
IT S.WVES TIMdE AND MONEY. It is so Simie tha
It doevs away with years of drndgery.
It.tales the Pupil. almno.et-immediately into the Scie
:ontinues the same throughout the whole Course f In:
I' is not a superficial method, but applies to alil Mu:'
t comm end teft once to the educated e'as 0f
This Method is entirely differeut from the Old Syst<
An opportusnity is offered to all to gain a Msn
for Less Exp)ense 1han ete
Ag- Many of my Paplls in the South are now si
which was gainedl at a nominal expense, while moy exl:
ThIi Metnti 11 ls the maxim that "Whatever shiort
me life and increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 ets. I
gg Books and Sheet Music will be Fu~rnui
FOR FURTHER PARTLCULAPS, CALL ON OP. A
Feb. 23, 8-t f.
My orcelain-lined Pumps are manufactured
underli cense,and buyers are guaranteed against
any and all claims from the Company holdin the
paent. .Dont fail to make a niot of
Carefully made e'7 d ALL
of ~ . i the most
Best Selected Valuable
The BLATCHLEY PUMPS are for.sale by the
best houses In the tra :e.
Name of my nearest agent will be furnl.hed en
C. S. BLATCH LEY, Mayufactcrer,
308 MARKET ST., PHILADELPIA, P'A.II
GiLENN & POOL,| $
(Successors to Win. F. Nance, dee'd.) If you
The undersigned having associated themi- 28
elves together for the purpcse of conduct- Gn~
g r.he INSURANGfE BUSINE3SS, would
ettully a:-k for a continuance of the P aidfor:
)usinsIf. lately en.tIusted to Major Nance, *r * *
,d ab.o anyv ner business that may offer. SISt.. sc
JAMES F. GLENN.
TENCH C. POOL . Af
Aug. 9, 1881. 3ui-tf. ~IJJ
-' LDT ERSn ourin from erally be:
ny kind caused by military service are en- .ty- e 1
itled to PENsi0N.'Wldowe. minor children, grl to w~
lependent mothers or. fathers of soldiers cltes.
who died from the effects of their serv-ice ly fromnt
re also entitled. Many invalid pensioners pay n.or
,e entitled to an INCREnASit. Careful assist. Expensis
,nce ivn inDEt,ATEDor REJECTED CLADES,. who eng
ss many can lee allowed with but little You can
nore evidence. Complete instructions with work, or
eferences sent on application. CHAS. & inform.at
~z.A. KING, .&trneys-at-Law, 91 F St., I r* A
Washngto, DC. 2-ti .l.j Maned
- MUCK, MARL, E
I- ES, LI(ECOTO&
EVENLY IN DRILTS
X c _ AND BROADCAST.
AS THE MOWEE
EVERY MACHINE :
N SEED SPREADER
'L PRATT GINS.
LISTON, S. C
DNCHITIS, ASTHMA, PEV -
ROAT, CHEST AND U ;
ays been one of the most Im t -
wielded by the NMEDICAL F LT -
ITIS, ASTB~MA, SORE T RA
,d all diseases of the TEROAT.
npounded as in the TGI.U,
e stimulant and tonic to build up,the
ties, Price $1.00.
ers who try to palm off-Rock and,B!
DCK AND RYE. which is the
Trietary Stamp on each bottle,WW
aera Every wbere, -
rs, 41 River St.
ents, Charleston, 8. C.
ished in Weekts byi
thod for the
Y. LeaveiPs Furniture
Lr.ite1ed Suieess; also0 in Green
a the CITIZENS OF NEWBEiCRY
'x2;E this Method has over the
,.ed to CllI at t he Staidio, or -Sends
nL even a Child of Five Yearsn 4
nee of M.4ical Compositions, and
atruct ion. --
sie pr~cisely as it Is written, with- ~ Z
Uin.lo n a short time and -
2ccessidily .Teaching-this Method,
ensec for Taition alone was FOUE
ecns the road to learning, ength.-~
hed on Mfoderate Terms.
V. H. CLARK,
Ne-wher, S. C.
ls .sm i
ratlag aidua tat Usver
e, Stilingia, andth
rim~res kDW.aUes4 Wrdend
etaind Srst CuagbCar vr is
are 'eufreing fromFemale
you new life and vigor.
nyn*in'uesfouind in Ginger Tde
li.reto or enrgemb
saforiclatoHmcoaC.., l@a,w .
Great chance to make money. C
Those who always take- advan
tage of the good cbances formak
sing mon~ thai are offered,'gen
~ome wealth, while those who do -~~z
: ve such chances remain in pv? .
rant maniy men, women,byad
or~k tor us right in thr own lo
Any one can do.the work proper.
;he first start. The business will -
a than ten times ordinnry wages.
'e -outfit furnished tree. No one
ages fails to make money rapidly.
devote your whole time to tlie
only your spare moments. Pull
Ion and all that is needed sent
dress 5Tn3503 & Co.,. Portland,