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THE PEA AS A RENOVATOR.
Mr.- W.. K. Gibbs, of Davie,
Georgia, reports to a cotemporary
some experiments with peas and
wheat extending over several years,
which illustrates this: The soil
was a dark, gravelly one, with a
yellow clay subsoil, and was much
worn. In 1870,'71 and '72, the land
had been cultivated in tobacco,
corn and oats, successively. In
October, 1873, Mr. Gibbs sowed
the land in wheat. In June, 1874,
he harvested nine and one-half
bushels of wheat to the acre. As soon
-. as the wheat was cut he sowed
whippoorwill peas and ploughed
them under ; having picked enough
peas to pay for the seed peas, seed
wheat and plowing. In 1875 Mr.
Gibbs harvested 14 bushels of
wheat. Th3 season was better
than the average, however. The
same pea was sown and plowed un
der again. The vines were so large
this time that a harrow had to be
run ahead of the plow in the same
direction. Twenty bushels of peas
per acre were gathered this year
which were sold for one dollar per
bushel the next summer. In June,
1876, seventeen and one-half bush
els of wheat per acre were har
vested, the season being an average
one. Peas sown and turned under
as usual. In 1877, twenty three
bushels of wheat per acre were
harvested. The season an average
one. In the spring of 1877 clover
seed were sown on the wheat and
harrowed in with a light harrow.
In 1878 the land was pastured until
late summer. In the fall the stand of
clover not being suicient to leave
over, it was turned under and the
land put in wheat. No manure
was used all this time, except once
a little stable manure on a plat
that was much poorer than the
rest. The increase seemed to be
in the weight and length of the
heads and not in the straw. Mr.
Gibbs prefers the whippoorwill
pea, because it is earlier and ma
tures more peas and vines before
the time for ploughing, and be
cause the vines grow in a way to
be more easily turned under. If
sown in rows and cultivated the
peas are just so much the better.
([American Farmer.
lieE CHxE.-The weight of four
eggs in ground rice, the same in
loaf sugar pounded and sifted ; the
same weight of fresh butter, beaten
to a cream ; the weight of two in
flour, the rind of haf a lemon
grated. Mix the dry ingredients
well together, then add the butter
and four eggs well beaten ; and
lastly the juice of half a lemon and
half a teaspoonful of carbonate of
sodfa; beat thoroughly. Line a tin
with buttered paper, put in the
mixture and - bake immediately.
The oven must be moderately
quick at first, but when the cake
has risen, it should be put back a
little, so that it may become
thoroughly soaked. A few strips of
candied citron or lemon peel and
some sugar comfits may be placed
on the top of the cake to ornament
ORANGE MARmIADE.-Tbis is a
delicious and welcome dish to one
whose appetite is feeble. For a
small quantity take nine ripe and
sweet oranges, three pounds of
white sugar, grate the peel from
two of the oranges to help give
flavor to the marmalade, then re
move the skins, seeds and tough
fibers from all the oranges, slice
them and boil until they are smooth
and soft, strain or rub them
through a sieve,,- then add the su
gar, and let it boil until it is as
thick as you like to have it.
GIKGa BEEa.-Boil six ounces
of bruised ginger, in thr-ee quarts
of water, for half an hour ; then add'
five pounds of loaf sugar, a gill of
lemon juice, quarter pound of
honey, and seventeen quarts more
of water, and strain it through a
cloth. When it is cold put in the
whole of an egg and two drachms
of essence of lemon. After stand
ing three or four days it may be
bottled.
An easy method of salting stock
is to plaele a large lump of salt at
different locations, to which the
stock can.resort whenever desired.
It can also be placed in the troughs
of he talestogood advantage
In making a crust of any kind,
do not me)' the lard in flour. Melt
An American company with live
blood-hounds and realistic scenery *
are astonishing London with 'Uncle
Pom's Cabin.'
A member of the Board of Trus
tees of Millville, Iowa, advocated an
ordinance to compel every adult
resident to go to church once every
Sunday.
In Tezas, according to a Western
exchange, the State Legislature has a
put a tax of $500 a year upon
newsdealers who sell the Police
Gazette.
The Kentucky penitentiary num
hers among its inmates ten chil- a
dren under the age of 15. These
..hildren 'associate, as do the other 2
*
prisoners, with the abandoned and
the vicious. .
The Chicago pic nic- to raise
funds to build a monument to
John Brown was a failure. About I
three hundred persons were pre
sent, but the expenses consumed
the receipts. u
Canonchet, the famous Sprague a
mansion, from which Conkling C
made his masterly retreat from the I
ex-Governor's shot-gun, has been
purchased by Frank Moulton, of
Beecher-Tilton fame.
Emma Voller of Red Bluff, Cal.,
was so mortified by her sweet
heart's appearance as an asthete
at an entertainment that her mind
became disordered, and she died
after suffering intense mental ago.
ny.
The sale of Walt Whitman's
'Leaves of Grass' proved a dead
failure until some good folks tried
to have it prohibited in the mails
on the score of indecency. Sales
have been rapid and numerous
since.
A brother of Presideat Garfield
has lived for many years in north a
em Michigan on a small and
sterile farm. The Grand Haven t
papers say that he is now building
a fine house and barn with money
given him by Mrs. Garfield.
The wearing of jewelry is going
out of fashion in England. It is
regarded as vulgar to he seen with a
display of jewels, unless it be on
great occasions. Bare arms and
throats are the rule in fashionable
society, the wearing- of bangles,
bracelets, and chains being left to
those who do not follow the newest
styles.
Gen. Chalmers -wantsa some of
Jay Hubbell's 'sugar' as well as
revenge against Senator Lamar, so
he deliberately puts himself on re
cord as anxious to vote for a Re
publican Speaker of the House,
and adds that 'this wil. be far
more effective conciliation than
eulogizing Sumner or pensioning
Grant.'
An Indianapoiis girl, forbidden
by her parents to marry the man of
her Ichoice, pretended to be abun
dantly consoled by the promise of
a grand birthday party. When all
the guests were assembled on that
occasion she walked in on the arm
of her lover, wlho had within the A
hour been made her husband by a x
clergyman round the corner. r
George Bennett bought a dying
horse for $5, and drove into Mays
ville, Va., at a slashing pace. After
telling several persons that he had
paid $200 for the beast, which ,did b
not show its condition to casual i
observers, he managed to get it|!
killed by a locomotive. Then he|e
sued the company for $200. The la
scheme failed, and its projector is| '
in jail.
Professional etiquette is strictly
insisted on at the Belgian bar. At
a recent session of the Appellate
Court at Brussels a young advo- F
cate who was about to address the b
Judges was interrupted by the pre- f
siding magistrate with the remark
that it was a violation of precedent
and propriety for counsel to a p
pear before the Court with al
moustache. 'I was under the i-J
pression replied the advocate, 'that
my moustache was of such micro
scopic magnitude as not to be
likely to attract the attention of the
Court.' 'It is not a question of: si
quantity,' said the magistrate, 'but
one of principle.'
There was one woman, young 1
.and very demure, among the pas- J
sengers in an Arizona stage coach, o
and when a gang of masked rob-*
bers appeared, she told the five men
in the vehicle to hand their watchesi
and money to her. They did so,
and she hastily hid the articless
under her clothing. When theo
highwaymen came to her in their in
search, she blushingly begged them
to be content with examining her
pockets, vowing with upturned ~
eyes and solemn tones that she had1
nothing concealed. They gallantly
complied, and went away with only be
a few stray dollars, missing things g
.fiseellaneous.
TUTT'S
PILLS
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
t the prpsent generation. It is for the
,re of this disease and its attendants,
[K-EADACHE, EILIOUSNEaS, DYS
EPSIA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, etc., that
UTT'S PLLS have gained a world-wide
putation. No Remedy has ever been
iscovered tht acts so gently on te
igestive organs, giving thm vigor to as
rervous Sytem is Braced, the sce
re Developed, and the Body Bobust.
E. RIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Sara. La.saa:
~y plantation is in a malaiastrict o
averal years I could not make half a crop on
coount of bilious diseases and chila. I was
Mal discouraged when I began the us. of
S PILLS. The result was marvelous:
Llaborers soon became hearty and robust,
I have had no further trouble.
TheyrenewethenorgdEtVer,dUU5
le id 4om poisonous um rs,
,nse ibe bowels to art natarall7, with.
as whicb noone esn feel well
Tr thi oe fli1. atn yo .i
tond, Nerves. and a Sound iver.
.'50etsOMeee,asMurraySt., N.Y.
[UTT'S HAIR DYE.
BAY HAIrs or WBlsKERs changed to a GLossY
ILACK by a single application of this DYE. It
a a natural color, and acts instantaveously.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt
r One Dollar.
ffoe, 88 Murray Street, New York.
Dr. SVTPS MANUAL of Valuable
Infor Uaon and Useful Reeeipte
will be matled YRB on apploat{on.
IRON.
Pure Hammered Swede's Iron.
Best Refined Tire Iron, 1 to 2 incbes.
Band, Hoop, Round, Square and Oval
-ons, in full stock, at lowest market prices,
BOOZER'S HARDWARE STORE,
No. 2 Mower's New Block.
Mar. 30, 33-1".
54,000 IT flRRlGE!
NEW OLEANS
ITTUAt Al UNION,
122 Gravier St., New Orleans.
IRECTORS-J. P. LONGLEY, Prest.; H. T.
COTTAM Vice-Prest.; I. 11. HENRY,
Sec. and i'reas.: S. M. TODD, A. REY
NOIR, J. Q. A. FELLOWS.
This Union was organized to associate to
ether worthy unmarried white men and
,omen, to assist each other by providing a
id for them at marriage by means of mu
ial assessments. No member can marry
efore six months and have any claim on
ie marriage fund. Th^ prices in this Union
re cheaper than those of any similar or
aniztion. and its benefits are greater.
adies can join on the same terms as men.
he followin- table will show the benefits
iembers will be entitled to at marriage in
1e different classes:
In Class A. . C. D.
.fter 6 months.... $250 $500! $750 !s,000
22 .. .....76 .16$
...:t g ~ 331 -68 ;0 1,336
9 .. ....1 12
:U .. ....1,2i1 1,672
.. 11 .4...... 920 i.0 1,510
12 .. ..... 500 1,0001 1500 2.000
..13......... 52ioi ~2 ,6
..14.........8 .6~17223
..15.......... 66122 ,7 ,0
.. 16 .. .... 6, .3 204 262
..18..........5j150 220 ,0
..19........ 721,8,236318
..20........ 341,61252133
.. 21 87.152.... 350
22 - 9A. B.83 C.51 D.7
23292053 876O 3.1G8
- 24 ::. 50: L,000 .500 2:uo .000
.ssessm7nt,1$4;0Annual0Due,8$4
CLASSC-Memers:i F$1,|2.50; A.33
anceAssesmen,8$3 Annual Du.:s $5.50
CLASS A-Membership Fee, $16; Advance
.ssessment, $4; Annual Due, $6.
CAS ersnembersyhjin oe class Writne
Adesset all comniatn to, 4
12GancAsesen, r3 St.,a De $5la.
CLAStat D-Memerusaw this $1;Advaere
asssent, $M;yAn 1D , 19
RADICALo cur of joina neaknass, r
ternofhc fo cincuersad blan aplcAb-e
os Deiity,ul ad tmicuars. tMr
Agdes geeall Cosumpction, Eplesy
ad Fits MERecretar and srelnaaurer,
12-GravierRSt., C NLEwLL Orlean,
tte whedreoue sawuthisradvrtise-d
aepeieenttat heay11, 19-6m.en
eDo SeAbA ue mafb fectnaly emvedo
pgeraintoruet, rine or Self-Abuse,
niontgoar Emossiofs curmptotncy, ceri
ous efectilt, and Imicheeystorer,r
ategerally; hsCondimtion,aypie,psy,
Te himsld-reowned pator, nd rhsd
STiral Lecture lly prove afroom his
ioutad dandgerousans.ria prtos
Sngie, underumens, rings plai eneodiat;
oitigyu adds odecet ocet certain
sad sfetam,pys wic Adevey uTre,n
4ate 1wa hiAcndin S mayNe Yb, N.Y
F.re hmsenf lcitory, privately and u
Theis Lenture waingtpon, D. bo. All
ioinsans conned withusa tetsds,te
aadress e Paecit Ofixcnt or to
rstyattendedmps. Noddr reesseun
asa atn isseurd Send fork circlar
p.o Offi.wx .l Jl..,3-y
PATENTS
We w.Lhant aoliitednur of Acie,ia en
retign canvs,r Washnggeon, D. .)lln
ad rfbebsiness.conectd wihmaen wthe
stor th a arare Ohace o h ors
Suhptll lattene anso. Nohisg adetis
sapaent is scur,eosn sendp for crelar.
ov. 1, 38 -tr.tana,Ga
IPAGETS
LtOfie ttne t,o WOEANTEDn.
.getfice ivsose thnae U.nS atpeantf
:e ad wrfte a btinens. iodn sie
an thsea reme fromc WA -NTN
SencME ORl pleAseG anWei adveise
atngwattabinethy frohave; aen e
ged rmr hoere bto the whostmaer, the
your onee ate,y or Couty,addes
C FI. NOW,llRE & CO.,
OOIEPATENTSFIE
ataieek n alousies own the. S. Pt
Oufr oc NriskpposieythiU. n. ap. f
anithotalrnote eureom WewillGTOnis
SedMyOE rtRING. Mayae aving
ptnes.taiest make as mchasen and w
sanglmake NgE Eat WEy OBTANr iAT
We reaer alhee tome ostmaswrtefr h
rtpt.of oe Orde iv., an oofBals
iC. -S O C.,..I.
OPPO.. TE.PAENT.OFF.. E
Rail Roads.
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
COLUMSIA. S. C., May 18th, 1882.
On and after Friday, May 19th, 1882. the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run asherewith in
-dicated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - a 11.42 a m
Alston, - - - - 12.41 p m
Newberry, - - - - 1.48 p m
Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.24 p m
Hodges. - - - 4.1S p in
Belton, - - - 5.40 p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.05 p m
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 10.25 a m
Belton, - -. - 11.58 a m
Hodges, - - 117 p m
Ninety-Six, - - - - 2.33 p m
Newberry, - - - 3.55 p m
Alston, - . - 5.01 p m
Arrive Columbia,F - - 6.2 p m
SPARrANBURG, UNION a COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 12.54 p m
Strother, - - 1.28 p m
Shelton, - - - - 1.52 p m
Santuc,-, - - - - 2.29 p m
Union, - - - - 2.57 p m
" Jonesville, - - - 3.26 p m
Arrive Spartanburg, " - 4.15 p m
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, H 1.00 p m
Spartanburg, S. U. & C. lepot,G 1.33 p m J
Jonesville, - - - 2 25 p in
Union. - - - 2.54 p m
Santuc, - - - 32) p m
Shelton, - - 3.55 p to
Strother, - - - 4.18 p m
Arrive at Alston. - - - 4 53 p m
LAUREXB RAILWAY.
Leave Newberry, - - - - 4.,5 p m
Arrive at Laurens C. H., - - 6 49 p m
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 1u.03 a m ~
Arrive at Newberry, - - a 12 50 p m
ABBEVILLE BRANCH.
Leave Hodges, -1.30 p
Arrive at Abbeville, - - .. 2.23 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 12.10 p as
Arrive at Hodges, - - - - 1.u5 pm
BLUE ItIDGB RAILROAD AND ANDSUSON
B&ANOE.
Leave Belton at. .40 p m
" Anderson 6.20 p in
I Pendleton 8.56 p in
Leave Seneca C, 7 .36 pm
Arrive at Walhalla 7.59 p m
Leave Walhalla at, - - 9.30 a m
Leave Seneca D, 10.00 a m
Pendleton, - - 10.33 a m
" Anderson, - - 11.11 a m
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.50 a m
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
Solid trains between Coltumbia and Wal
halla.. Through Cars between Charleston
an4 Henc ersonvllle, antd Charleston and
Greenville. obviating change of cars be
tween either of the above points.
CONNECTIONS.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
leston.
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
North thereof.
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At..
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
ton.
With Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad or Wilmington and the N orth.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
from Hendersonville.
H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from -
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
which is fifteen minuts faster than Columbia
. i. . fWALCOmn Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
t. Popa,-rGeneral Passenger Agent.
So rth Carolina Railway Company.
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
WOn and. after April 30th, 1, Passenger
Trainsnths ohad We u st. llw
D. RitEA.NV. ILL, E. PRD. . .UrmA
LveCluabta at yn . 5.5P .
E.rie CAmde atC Di. R. & -D R.. P.o al.
ArieChretont.. 040P i
Wih Oilingn CoES mb, Dand Agust
ReveCaleodfrsmnton an d 7.00 North.
WrithChrte Columbia and112 A.usta
Leav WithAsheil at Sparanbug'Ralro.
Arrie Agst atC Di. R. & D. R. . fro ..
Arivh(arleotte ad beyond. 0A.hi
Standardharmestsedats-Washington, D. C.,
Arichvfeemitefaerhn Columbiaat- - - .1A. .
Al Jran run daiy, Sprinstendent.
Soeth Bracholichareaily eCompaSn.
Columbia ande CArile3tn. 18n SaPase
Tan Sunths round til tickeas arellold un
tfor thern ntip.ge: tllMnayno
Coectionsumad at Colu-bi with CP. M.
Arive Cat lesto A. -i. an deatn 10.4 P.5 .
P.eave Charlection meat C-C- 7.0 Au. M.
Aivewt hate Columbia and-112 A.ust
Lealodbv tanariiga Columbia at - - -93 .M
Arrive Agutandpan at-55- P. . an
frmv aleinston bth - d- wit 8.20oA.gh
uLneanve eprewe Charleston and815P M.
LeavehAgt vat -V-rg-in5iP Milnrot.
Arih ou maneConcnmd at Ch5.0A.
destnBranh, Steamer arew.il Yorkp OSun-d
ndays adStras lo.ihSvn
Sleepn Cars araahd to lNpigt
Conecio n arlesdtn AugSatay
Geogi Sunail,roadund trpCet Rairoad to
an dfrom all poains oth nd fWrst sfr
Tough xuin tickets ca gooprc~ d tor all
points Soound ript adbro allg statons
Conetin B. d DE atS E Agent,i Colhmboa
P. M.Connctio C.d ALtN . . & . Jun.
tnihCharlotte, Columbia a Augusta.
112 A.n and parting S. C..5 uut.2 18. tn
frm aflpiter Sndoth RAgst, 188, theog
following SeuewlboperbtenCatesto and thi
Citoutpange. NOTHWARD. d aCar
Leatne t Augusta, for.Nw..York.3 onmWed
nesdays and Stubiay Balso,.1.45 Saan
nArv ad Charlotton Cailroad.to4.ll pint
LeavecAgtiosaemtA, .... ta..60 pith
nOd1 frOCA allRpiGT, Sotay exet. Sunay
(Wituh Passetsnge oahurtched.) ll
Lae CB.umbAU8...RE,..Agent, Colm.
SOUTHARDEN . P .A
JNo.2 DAIL-MAI Genera Eanar.
AratCharlotte.lumbia ...Augusta m
LeveCrotte. . C.. August..1.30 p882.
Arrive- teSdy Augusta,A.....1152 phe
N~o. 48 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPREss.
Leave Couusta, D...............1.5 a m (
Arrive at Aouusta, B..............11.45 a m
No.v ISLCLmbIG, daily.. ........11.5dam
Arriat Chassenge, Coach..........)..43
Leave Charlotte..................45.00p m-*
Arrive at Columbia,D...........10.35 a m
Florida LoAL thEIGHT,h adl Axtlna Suny
B-With PSenge Cona Ralrahd.)oan
frrivm Charlotten............0am
C-iteiaveni n Stteall.............l70 Railoa
Arreast Chrote...........e..
La Chaleepin, Cars......... Trin 1. p52
Andrivetwugsta Agusta...........10.n5 p
D.Ce av Danvmil, D................. 15arm
ot18vLle CAlsoREG, ndains exceptandaysb
tweae Charlotte.an ..,...... .......43
A-Withs 47 int and fr ol betwennAh,
gustia and Floencut and ctata Plman
and bteenougsta n imntn
frov sCheuleston. ontie
toan .fo al. point Surinenderln
Cenra SLAilHTr, enrlad.egr
D-CAnneLLt Asth hen.rC.l asR.e.ngor
Asilnto and apitsnr theAladti
pulmng traeinas bern Taiy (Snds5
eacpd) between Autand Washn en
D.eC.,nviae Dasnvillows:cbrgad hr
&otevi. Deot onTpranu52and 53 be-1
Arriver t nd8rnolid..between pAu-e
gutaa dOen an carePlm n
LA bve heduonle.ashingto tim.3a nb
Ariv R. . TALpot, Supeanbrinte0 ndent
Bothntrainsumake S.c.netosfo o b
Asia l and lso Spatanburg. niod.
Oanduzaer Thursay,Stemb rler, 181,a
passenge trin llb ru aily (Su k
DowsTtAI. e
Dry Goods and- .
Ihenever you visit our Capital
Just call at that store so neat and
roull find it will pay you to ent(
n Main St., it is, Number 132.
seful, fresh and attractive the t
New, stylish and lasting, and eve
1ood bargains in Dry Goods on
o give us a trial asks W; J. You
W . Y-0..2TO
-DEALER IN
DRY GOODS AND
132 MAIN STE
COLUMBIA
July 27, 21-tr.
clothing.
GRAND OP]
OF
PRI1G AND_SUM)IE
0
Vliddlesex -Flannel, all wool and gua
SOFT AND STIF
For Spring, in colors of Blue, Black, Pearl,
GENTS' FURNISHI
This stock is complete of Imported and Domestic
- STRAW -f
This is the largest stock received in the City, at
S EO
A new stock of fine LOW QUARTERS and GAI1
REMEMBER -TI
VI. L. KINARD, - - - -
Apr. 20, 16-tf.
Dry Goods, .1oti'
PRlillG AiVil XUMI
IS NOW BEING R
Which comprises a full and
DRY GOODS, C
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING
WINDOW CURTAIT
HATS, SHOES, TRUNK
And Elegant and Fancy DEESS ARTI!
--FULL ASSORTMENJ
laces, Hosiery, Parasols,
These are all offered at LOWV PRICE
ttisfaction. We also have a full line of BUTTrERICE
0. BOUKNIGHT, EXEC
A pr. 18, 1 5-6m. . COLUTMBIA,
____________ Engines, '
TAIfONARY AND POIJITBLEEFA
From 6 to 200 Hor
VALUABLE CJUT-OFF ENGINES
--0
ea dem asndb you will1learn I sel thfrolargest Boilet
Don't failt write for circulars and 'rices before b
A.W MILLS COMPLETE, CORN MILLS AND WHE
'FOR SETTING, THRESHERS AND SEPARAT
SOUTHERN STANDARD COTTON PRESS. P
COTTON CLEANERS, MOWERS AND .RE:
PULLEYS, PIPING, JET PUMi
JAMES F. JO'
Gen'l Agency for
jollege Street, - - CH
w. T. GAILLARD is my Agent for Newbcrry Coun
A ug. 10, 32-3m.
BPEAHE *d
AGENTS FOR THE
SAW MVILLS, COTi
--ALSO,
THlE AMERICAN FRI
Parties wishing the above, address
SPE AKE & BRO., Kin
Wfar. 80, 13-tf.
Genera Land Offic. Contes MU
cases, privat and clais mining, pre- you $1.
ore theCE Deateto h neirad"iI a
ar teEuive Dearmets. Sp.Ido the wo
illinery.
City,
so pretty, H.
ar it too, Til
A GR
INVE
AGE.
CENT
uods that we keep, $T4I
TIE
rything cheap, THO
ir counters are flung, KE!
ug . TE
MILLINERY,
EET,
S. C.
ENING .
R CLgTHIIUN.
TMAl
ranteedioi to fade, $12.50.
F HATS
reen, Brown and Granite.1
NG GOODS!
Underwear, in sizes 34 to 44.
A TS.
d direct from Manufactories.
S.
'ERS to make a complete outfit. For t
MO
[E PLA CE.
COLUMBIA, S.0. os
and L1
BYE.
. systea
>ns, :'c.
R STOCK er
CEIVED,
complete stock of
A RPE TS,A
i'S and SHADES.
S, VALISES,TI
LES in Great Variety.
OF
Umbrella;s and Th
E, and such values as will give
:'S PATTERNS. Try us.
UTOR, & CO.,
. C.
Has
INBILEM . yle
GINI ANDBOILII~,unde
se Powter.tn
FOR COTTON GINS.
of the BAY STATE ENGINES.
s and Best Engines now made. No
es and boilers fully warranted..
ying. I also furnish
A~T MILLS COMPLETE READYwhc
DRS. BoSS COTTON PRESS,DOTh
R ATT GINS, LUMUS' GINS, ens li<
L-PERS, SHAFTING AND
PS, &c., &c. T
IN STON,
N~. C., 8.0C., and Georgia, F'OJ
A.RLOT TE, N. C.
y for the Boss Press.
-Feb.
FAMOUS W
Thabl Euiel~
Name
C.
30
?L
'ON GINS. 's
respeeti
IT DRYER. buie
~rd's T. 0., S. C. Aug.
business now before the puli. SOI
work fr uts tatbigelse. titled t
ady and up ad made at hom who i
astrious. Men women, bos and are alc
time. You can live at home and ance gis
ek. No one can ilU to make enor-. as man
free. oney omade taSeasiy reteren
Hardware, go
HART & O1V
ARD WARE ME
STATE AGENTc
GREATEST
ICUL TURAL a
STION OF THE
SAVES 9 PER
. OF THF LA
ANp DOUBLES -
VALUE OF
M A.URE By -L RL\ .
ULVERI4ING.
P'S MANURE AND COTTON
AGENTS FOR
E "BROWN" and DAN'
FEEDERS AND CON
un. 8, 23-1y. C$A.E
411lisceilaneozi
Use Lawrence & I
at
'OUCHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, BRO
RJA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases of THR
W.8M OF TOLDUM
QMPTION incipient and advanced-stages, and
NGS, but it has neger been so advantageously corm
Its sooth Balsamic properties aford a diffusive
after the cough has been relieved. Quart size bott
U T I O Do not be deceived by dealer
L E uuN!in place of our TOLU, RAi
DATED article-the genumne has a Private Die Prop
s it to be Sold by Druggfsta,-Groeere and D)
Ai- WITHOUT SPECIAL TAX
TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Proprietor
F. W. Wi4ENER & CO.,,Wholesale Agei
I STUDY OF USIC
SLabor of Years Accomplii
the New Inductive MLet
PIANO AND C
Ers. W. H
Opened a STUDIO over R.
Store for the Reception
ring Taught this Method in the North with Unpari
C.. now Offers her Services and the Method to
ICINITY.
-It is impossible to set forth AL L THE ADVANTA
stem, in an Advertisement, but invite all interest<
enlar.
SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Simple that
tand it.
loes away with years of.drudgry.
,kes the Pupil almost imedlately into the Scient
es the same throughout the whole Course of Insta
s not a superficial method, but applies to all Mush.
r change whatever.
ommends itself at once to the educated class of th
s Method Is entirely different from the Old Systen
ortunty is offered to all to gain a Musical F&
for Less F&pense tumA ever.
Many of my Pupils in the South are now sue
fas gained at a nominal expense, while my expet
LBS per Lesson..
s Method fulis the maxim that "Whatever shortei
ai d increases usefulness."
rm.s, 50 ets. P4
-Books and Sheet Music will be Furnish<
, FUETHER PARTICULAES, CALL ON OR. AD]
MRS. M
23, 8-tf.
porcelain-lined Pumps are manufactured s
lieense,and buyers are guaranteed aganst a 2...
Id all claims from the Comnpany holdin the N.m Pai
t. Don't fai2 to makte a noeof w .t...
elected Valuable "
ber. Imzproveens
LIATCHL.EY PUMhPS -.eo fo.seby:
.best houses in the tra
of my nearest agent wi;i b funhd n
S. BLATCHZLEY, he:fc; .
8 MARKET ST.. PillWil .
ENN & POOL, G'E
cesors to Win. F. Nance, decd.
ndrsgned having associated them- nry d.a:.c
ogether for the purpose of conduct- h39P4'-.
INSURANCE BUSISESS, would . .
ully ask for a continuance of the Isizn s t.:d
l4tely eut-usted to Major Nance, ngtro
any new business that may offer.
JAMES F. GLE'NN.I
9, 1881., EC 32-tf . gj T~
DIRSR now suffering from erally becoi
d asdb iiayservice are en- t. We war
PESo.Wdw,mnrchildren, gil to worn
mt mothers or fathers of, soldiers cilties. Ai
d from the ects of their service Ily from the
entitled. nyinvalid pensioners pay niore t
ied to an INCBEAsE. Carefuilasist- E Jxpensive<
*en in DE LAIED olrLEJECTEDCLAIXS, who engage
y can lhe allowed with but little You cande
idence. Complete instructions with work, or or
es sent on applicatiori. CHAS. & information
KINe, Attorneys-ste-Law, 916 F St., Ifree. Addre
to.D.C.n os-se wl IMaine_
[PANY,
RCHANTS. r
FOR
DISTRIBUTES
MUCK, MARL, ASH.
S. LIME, COTTON_
SEED, VANURE.C,.
EVENLY IN DRILLS "
AND BROADCAST.
- AS INDISYENbABLE '1
AS THE MOWER
AND REAPEN '
EVERY MACHINE
WARRANTgD -
SEED SPREADERjY
L PRATT GINS
DENSER&E
;LESTON, S. C
Martin's
NCHITIS, ASTHA r
OAT, CHEST AND LU -
-s been one of the most
lelded by the MEDICAL PA
encroachmentsof COUGHS.
TIS, ASTM A, -SORE,
all diseases of the T, ATC
ounded as in the TOLU, RK -
stimulant and tonic to bu1l=- 1t
es, Price $1.00.
5 who to palm.off Eokan
WKAlq BTE. which is the -
rietary Stamp on each bott-e; -
ealers Everywber -
OR LICEN.
8, 41 River St., Ch
its, Charleston, 8. C. ' ,
SLMPLIFIT.
shed in Weeks
hod forthe
CIarks
E. Leave1P's Furnitur -
af Pupils.
dileled success; also in Green
the CITIZENS OF NEWBEEEE~
.GES this Method has over.the~
d to Call at the Studio, or Send --
even a Child of Five Years cas
~e of Musical Compositions, saut
precisely as it is written, wm ~
e community.
ucatio in a shzort rime and
efore.
i.s the road to learning, length
ex- Lesson.
Adon Moderate Terms.
)EESS,
.~ H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C .
s tou ikore( rey ork..
LIer. Mc:ark.ang&snaudk
!.a.t :d:c::::.o-.vn ae he.e'
weh, h-:matism, 'ecpes -
fthe >:n -h i2owa. - .ungs LSihYe
d rA Fem:. e Com.t.
r:e:th- c: e toy mtake
hosenwh a6.rliwzays t
e ofym t g:od~.ane. fnr
y:<ocG o, whl thb.: oe cic:
reat chance toemain 'n
Lt many men, women,
b tr us right in their o
y one can do the work
first start. The business
ban ten. times ordinary w
yutfit furnished free. N
a fails to malr money
vote your wbdle tune
sly your spare mom
and all that is n~
so SrneX r OP

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