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TOMATO CATSUP - TOMATO
SAUCE.
The basis of Tomato Catsup, or
Ketchup, is the pulp of ripe To
matoes. Many defer making Cat
sup until late in the season, when
the cool nights cause the fruit to
ripen slowly, and it may be it is
gathered hurriedly for fear of a
frost. The late fruit does not yield
so rich a pulp as that gathered in
its prime. The fruit should have
all green portions cut out, and be
stewed gently until thoroughly
cooked. The pulp is then to be
separated from the skins, by rub
.bing through a wire sieve, so fine
as to retain the seeds. The liquor
thus obtained, is to be evaporated
to a thick pulp, over a slow fire
and should be stirred to preveni
scorching. The degree of evapora
tion will depend upon how thick it
is desired to have the catsup. We
prefer to make it so that it will
just pour freely from the bottle
We observe no regular rule in
flavoring. Use sufficient salt. Sea.
son with Cloves, Allspice, and
Mace, bruised and tied in a cloth,
and boiled in the pulp ; add a smal
quantity of powdered Cayenne.
Some add the spices ground
fine, directly to the pulp. A clove
of garlic, bruised and tied in a
cloth, to be boiled with the
spices, imparts a delicious flavor
Some evaporate the pulp to a
greater thickness than is needed
and then thin with vinegaror with
wine. An excellent and useful to.
ma+o sauce may be made by pre
paring the pulp, but adding nc
spices, and putting it in small
bottles while hot, corking securely
and sealing. If desired, the sauce
may be salted before bottling, but
this is not essential. To add tc
soups, stews, sauces and made
dishes a sauce thus prepared is an
excellent substitute for the fresh
fruit. It should be put in small
bottles, containing as much as will
be wanted at once, as it will not
keep long after opening.
[American~ Agricultur'st.
BATHDiG CHLDREN.-S0me mo
thers think when their children get
beyond two or three years of age
the frequent entire -bath can be
dispensed with. If some of the
main facts of physiology were well
known and understood every one
would perceive that cleanliness of
the skin is one of the conditions of
good health. It happens when
bathing is disregarded that the
* lungs, kidneys or bowels have more
than their own apportionment of
work. If they are strong and
healthy they may bear the tax
without apparent ill, but, in most
cases, a lowering of the vitality and
tone of the system ensues. Large
bath tubs are convenient and
pleant, but not indispensable for
proper cleaning of the skin. A
speedy sponging of the. body in
pure water, follo-.ed by friction in
pure air, is all that is necessary.
When disinclined to use- water a
thorough application of the flesh
brush to the whole person is an
excellent substitute; especially on
retiring, it relieves nervousness,
equalizes the circulation, and in
duces quiet sleep. Mothers, above
* all, should see that their children
are well bathed. If their skins are
kept active and healthy there will
not be half the danger from fever,
colds and eruptions. If your little
one is cross and troublesome, and
finds no occupation that pleases
him, try the effects of a bath ; some
times it is magical, and if tired he
will go to sleep and awake bright,
cheerful and happy. Do not, as
some people do, plunge a child in
cold water when he screams and
shrinks from it, thinking you are
doing a good deed. Nature must
be the guide. If your child, has a
nervous constitudion a shock of'
this kind is only exhausting and
ijurnous.
Choose a warm, dry situation for
grapes. Give a thorough and deep
preparation of the soil. Plant deep
and rather close, about six feet each
way. Keep all the surface roots
cut off. Give deep and thorough
tillage and prune in proportion to
the vigor of the vines.
Common salt is a special manure
for asparagus beds when used with
rich barnyard compost.
Paris green will destroy the
eanker worm and the codling worm.
LnoTndnti purple is better. 1
gur Ip gasket.
Florida has made an immense
crop of corn.
A West Virginia farmer sol a'
black walnut tree for $600.
Bananas are one cent each in
Ocala, Florida, and are very fine.
There are between 1,500 and
1,800 blind persons in Tennessee.
W. W. Davis of Bristol, Tenn.,
j:ist on the Virginia line, ships to
uarket about 5,000 chickens each
week.
Tamus, Fla., raised a sweet po
tato twenty-three inches in circum
ference and forty-one and one-half
inches in length.
It is calculated that the splendid
grain crops of the South will save
that section $100,000,000 hitherto
diverted Northward.
Atlanta, Ga., has killed 1,500
logs during the present Summer,
and the supply seems not to have
naterially diminished
Washington County, Texas, is
tilling up with Germans. As many
as 1,300 of them, all naturalized
citizens, will vote at the Fall elec
tions.
The Rev. John N. Brisbee lent
his horse for a race at Madison,
Tenn., and for that is to be arraign
before a Presbyterian tribunal.
His horse won.
The new Duchess of Westmin
ster, wife to one of the richest men
in Europe, was married in a dress
of white foulard, costing seventy
five cents a yard,
A St. Louis company issues in
surance policies on the lives of in
fants, the parents paying five cents
a week and getting $35 if the child
dies, 'to cover funeral expenses.'
Louisville, Ky., has one whisky
or beer saloon to every thirty
houses, one lawysr to every eighty
houses, one doctor to every 120
houses, and one preacher to every
200 houses.
A Cenusa bulletin giving the vo
ting population of each State shows
that North Carolina has 189,732
white voters, and 105,018 colored
voters. The majority of white vo
ters is 84,714.
The Democratic Stata ticket of
Texas contains the name of but one
native Texan. Of the other nom
inees three are natives of Kentucky,
one of Georgia, one of South Caro
lina and one of Tennessee.
A real estate dealer advertises
in aDakota newspaper ' 'I can be
found either at the Gold Mine play
ing 'freeze out,' at Mitchell's Ex
change betting on the age of 'old
hosses' with Brown, or at my resi
dence on Oak street, perusing the
Scriptures.'
The facts are said to have been
with the speaker who said at the
Chicago picnic for the benefit of
John Brown's widow: 'I am re
joiced to say that I have seen to
day colored men and white girls,
and white men and colored girls,
dancing on this floor.'
Monday last was the last day for
the receipt of offers to take a loan
of $100,000 placed on the market
by the State of Arkansas. Her
credit is at so low an ebb that the
day passed without bringing to
the front a single person anxious
to become a creditor of the State.
The people of York county, S.
C., and Cleveland county, N. C.,
have met and passed resolutions
significantly saying of the Mormon
missionaries at work thereabouts:
'We earnestly call on them to de
parte in peace before the indigna
tion of the people become uncon
trolable and they do them bodily
injury.'
It is asserted that prohibition
was carried in Iowa through the
efforts of the women. They or
ganized associations in nearly
every county, and, by diligent and
importunate appeals to individual
voters induced a large proportion
of those who were languidly op
posed to the proposition to sup
port it at the polls.
Twenty Meriden men and their
wives have gone on a trip to Cali
fornia together. They have char
tered two hotel cars for a month,
and are privileged to stop as often
as they choose. The Yosemite
valley will be visited, and other
places of interest on the route. The
cost of the trip is estimated atl
from $500 to $800 a couple.
The annual report of the En
lish post office mentions an ex- a
raordinary exhibition of confidence
in the honesty of the service whicho
stonished even the employees of
he department. A ?5 Bank ofl
England note, without any cover
rhatever, was folded, addressed -
md stamped, and posted at Leeds.
In being discovered in the mail it
ras inclosed in a registered-detter
n'velope and forwarded to itlde
~ination.
.llfisceUaneou.
TUTTS'
PILLS
A DISORDERED LIVER dii
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It is for the L
e of this disease and its attendants,
6ICK-HRADACXE, BI.IOSN , DYS
PIPSU9 CONSTIe"1'IOn, PII.H. etes.wtda
TU* ILh av gi.da worldwd
reputation. 0 ever beea A,
covere at at so on
ffivotive ergfsna ! vW ArlralT
?errons Wyte -sBae,the kT
L~Le
are Developed and the.BodyBbas
Ca+{l]m wm. WeU| !ar.
s.veral years I could not make hafra crop os
acount of bilious diseases and ohbis. I was Le
sterI iscuraed henI begas the use of
*a."eresult was marvelous:
mlaborers soon became hearty and tobust,
and I have had no further trouble.
oe rmpeobem ha eN Al
-e' the bowel to net natasallyr wlih.
0t aee e feel wel.L
TUTPS HAIR DYE.
GnaT HAr or WamsEas changed to a GLOsSY
Br.acz by a single application of this DY. It
imft a natural color, and acts lnstantaneouly. Ai
yld bJ)rugsts, or sent by express on receipt
S tLt
Le
IRON.
Pure Hammered Swede's iron. L4
Best Regned Tire iron, 1 to 2 inches.
Band. Hoop, Round, Square and Oval
irons, in full stock, at lowest mariet prices,
at Le
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No. 2 Mower's New Block.
Mar. o, 3-1a. a
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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.
gether worthy unmarried white men and
women, to assist each other by providing a E.
fund for them at marriage by mea"s of mu
tual assegsments. Nc n ember can marry F.
before six months and hare any claim on
the marriage fund. Th prices in this Union
are cheaper than those of 'any similar or
anization, and its benefits are greater.
Ladies can join on the same terms as men.
The following table will show the benefits G.
members will be entitled to at marriage in
the differe.nt classes; H.
In Class A. B. C. D. S
wh
After 6 months.... $250 $500 $750 $1,000
7 .. .... 292 534 876 1,168
S .........334 668 1,002 1,336
9 .. 3.... 376 752 1.12t 1,504 So
10 .. .... 418 836; 1,254 1,672
11 .. .... 460 920 1,380 1,840
.. 12 . .. 500 1,000 1.500 2,000 C
.. 13 .. I.. 542 1,0$1, 1,02l6 2,163 C
. 14 . 5 1,16 1,52 2336
.. 15 .. .. 62 1,5 ,7 250
..16.........66 1,336 2,004 2,672
..17.........710 1,420: 2.130, 2,840
..IS.........750; 1,500 2,250; 3,000
..19.........7921 1,584 2376! 3,168 A
..20 .... 834i 1,668 9,502s 1.336
..21 . ... 876 1,752 2.628. 3,504
... 2 ......9181 1,836 2754' 3,672 Le
.. 23 .. ... 9601920 2,880! 3,840 I'
.... .. ...... 1,000. 2000 3,0001 4.000 Ar
PRICES.
CLASS A-Membership Fee, 86; Advance Let
Assessment, $ 1; Annual D)ue, $3. An
CLASS B-Membership Fee, $9; Advance An
Assessment, $3; Annual Due, $4.
CLASS C-Membership Fee. $13.50; Ad. Let
vance Assessment, $3; Annual Due. $5. Let
CLASS D-Membership Fee, $16; Advance Arn
Assesmerlt, $4; Annua Due. $6.A
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&- State where you saw this advertise, for
ment. .May 11, 19-6m. to
A LECTURE TO Y OURN MENCo
ON THE LOSS OF . rivL
- trot
A LEWTIIRE QN THE NATUR1E, TREATMENT F,
ANm Rocturofseminal Weakness, wit
Spermatorrhoa, iniduced by Sel.f-Abuse,es
nvoluntr Emissions, iptn.cy, Ner- les
ons Debil-ty, and Inapediments to Mar. neh
iage generally~ Consumption, Epilepsy, n
nd Fits; Mentai and Physical Incapacity, oC
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author ol the "Green Book" &c.
The world-renowgned author, in this ad- and
mirable Lecture, clsarly p roves from his T
own experience that the awful consequen- POit
ies of SelfAbuse may be effectually removed
without dangerous surgical operations, ,
ougies, instruments, rings or cordials,; _
pointing out a mode of cure at once certam
nd effectual, by which every sufferer, no ChI
matter what his condition may be,ma
ure himself cheaply, privately and rd
~This Lecture will prove a boon to LoUt
Ihousads and thousands.Co
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usiness connected with Patents, whether Lt
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an those remote from WASHINGTON. andj
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Afital not reured. We will furnish
yeveryhn.Many are making Leavi
rtunes. Ladies maeas much as men, and Arriv
ys and girls make great .pea,y Bt
in want a business at whic ma ids
eat pay all the time you word,
rziear to H. HALLU1T & CO.,
Rai Roads.
olumbia & Greenville Railroad
7 e 1
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
COLUMBIA. S. C., May 18th. 1882.
)n and after Friday, May 19th, 1882, tL
,SSENGEit TRAINS will run as herewith in
ated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
ave Columbia,A - , - a 11.42 a i
" Alston, - - - - 12.41 p
" Newberry, - - - - 1.48 p I
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.24 p I
" Hodges, - - - 4.18 p J
" Belton, - - - 5.40 p
rive Greenville, - - - - 7.05 p z
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Greenville, - - - 10.25 a i
" Belton, - .. - 11.58 ai
" Hodges, - - 117 p i
" Ninety-Six, - . - 2.38 p .
Newberry, - - - 3.55 p I
"Alston, - - .01 p I
rive Colnmbia,P - - 6.02 p i
ARTANBEG, -UNION & COLUMBIA RAILEO4I
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
ave Alston, - - - - 12.54 p z
Strother, - - - 1.28 p I
Shelton, - - - - 1.52 p
Santuc,-. - - - - 2.29 p I
Union, - - - - 2.57 pi
Jonesrille, - " - - 3.26 p I
rive Spartanburg, - 4.15 y I
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Spartauburg, R. & D. Depot. 4 1.00 p I
Spartanburg, S. U. & C. Depat,G 1.83 p i
Jonesville, - - - 2 25 p I
Union. - - - 2.64p:
Santuc, - - - 320 p
Shelton, - r - 3.55 p 1
Strother, - - - 4.18 p t
-rive at Alston, - - - 4.53 p I
LAURRNs RAILWAY.
ave Newberry, - - - - '.t 5 p I
rive at Laurens C. H., - r G49 - r
sve Laurens C. H., - - - lu.03 n
rive at Newberry, - - 0 12 51 p r
ABBSVILLB BRANCH.
are Hodges, - - .33 p n
rive at Abbeville, - 2.28p
are Abbeville, - - - - 12.10 p
rive at Hodges, - - - - 1.a5 p I
LUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDE9SOj
BRANCH.
ate Belton at, 5.40 p I
AnI}erspg 6.20 p I
Pendletan 6.56 p z
ave Seneca C, 7.36 p I
rive at Walballa 7.59 p I
ire Walhalla at, - - 9.30 a E
ave Seneca D, 10.00 a a
Pendleton, - - 10.38 a a
Anderson, - .- 11.11 a a
-ve at Belton, - - 11.50 a a
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
olid trains between Columbia and Wal
la. Through Cars between Charleston
I Hendersonville, and Charleston ant
tenville. obviating claige of cars be
ten either of the above points.
CONNECTIONS.
With South Carolina Railroad from Char,
leston.
With Wilmington, Columzbia and Augusta
#ai1road from Wilmnington and al:
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusts
Railroad from Charlotte and all pointi
North thereof:
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., R. & D. R. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
ton.
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the r orth.
With Charlotte, 'Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
from Hendersonville.
With A. & C. Div., R. d D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
tandard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
ch is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
T. M. R. TALCOrf, Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
Pora, General Passenger Agent.
Ah Carolina Railway Company,
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
n and after April 30th, 1882, Passengei
dins on this road will run as follows un
urther notice:
GREENVILLE E1PRESS.
GOING EmasT, pAILY.)
LYe Columbia at -- - 5.55 P. M.
-iye Camden at- - 9.00 P. M.
'ive Charleston at - - -10.40 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
Lye Charleston at - -- 7.00 A. M.
Lye Camden at - - S .00 A.M,
-lve Columbia at - - - 11.28 A. M.
NIGHT EXPRESS.
GOING EAST DAILY.
Lye Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M.
ive Augusta at - - - - A. M.
lve Charleston at - - - .20 A. ).
GOIN0 WEST DAI&Y.
.ve Charleston at -S .14 P. M.
.ve Augusta at '- - - 4.45 P. M.
iye Columbia at - - 41 A. M.
1U trains run daily ezcept trains on Cam.
Branch, which are daily except Sun.
s.
eeping Cars ago attached to Night
>resTrains--berthe pnly $1.50-between
umbia and Charleston. On Saturdays
.Sundays, round trip tickets are sold to
from all Stations at one first class fare
the round trip, good till Monday noon
eturn. Excursions tickets good for ten
s are regularly on sale at six cents per
e for round trip to and from all stations.
nections made at Columbia with Col
yi and Greenyille Railroad by train ar
ng at 11.28 A. M., anId departin~g at 5.55
I. .Connection made at C. 0.'& A. June
Swith Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
troad by train arriving at Columbia at
i A. M. and deparigat 5.55 P. M. to and
n all points on botl?roas, with through
[iman Sleeper between Charleston and
mhington, via Virginia Midland route.
itout change. Connection made-at Char
an with Steamers for New York on Wed
lays and Satiirdays; also, with Savan
and Cha lgtnBRiroqdlp 2 all points
th.
unections ape made at Augsawith
rgia Railroad and ,Central Ralroad to
from all points Sdutl and West,
trough tickets can be purchased to all
its South and West, byapplying to
A. B. DESAUssUTRE, Aent, Coluimbia.
*p. C.ALB, G. P.& T. A,
mN 8. PECE, Gegel M4%ger.
rlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. B.
)FFIcE GENERAL PAssENGER AGENT,
COLUMBIA. S. C.. August 12, 1882.
a and after Sunday, August 13, 1882, the
>wng Schedule will be operated by this
py: NORTHWARD.
No. 53 DAILY-MAIL AN EXPREss.
re AugIst,.................7.35 a m
ye Cat; n bia, R.............1142 a m
ye at Charlotte, C........... 4.30p m
re Charlotte................ 5.00 p m
ye at Statesville.............7.05 p m
No. 47 DAILY--MAIL AND ExpREss.
re A3gusta, A.............. .cop m
va olumbia, D...........10,25 p m
L9 LOCAL Fgplagt, daily except Sundays
(With Passenger Coachi a4taplied.)
re Columbia................ 7.00 p m
ye at Charlotte.............. 4.00 a m
.SOUTHWARD.
No. 52 DAILY--MAIL AND EXP RESS.
re Statesvlle.................. 7.00a m
ye at Charlotte.............. 9.05 a m
-e Charlotte, C............... .130p m
ye at Columbia, B........... .00 p m
re Columbia., R.............. 6.07 p m
ve at Augtista, A. ...........10.5 p m
N;o. 48 DAILY--MAIL ANIJ EXPRrss.
'e Columbia, D..............6815 a rn
re at Augsta, A...........10.2a m
8 LoCAL 'REIGHT, daily except Sundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
'e Charlotte................4.35 p m
ye at Columbia.............12.35 a m
CONNECTIONS.
With all lines to and from Savannah,
.da aind the South and Atlanta, Macon
~he Southwest,
.With South Carollna Railroad to and
Charleston.
With Richmond and Danville Ratilroatl
d from all points North and Carolina
nl Railroad.
Connect with the W. C. & A. B. R. Ior
ington and all points on the Atlantic
t Line.
Imnan Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52
53 between Augusta and Washington,
. via Danville, Lynchburg and Char
mille. Also, on Trins 52 and 53 be
a Charlotte and Richmond.
nbers 47 and 48 run solid between An
,and Flor-ncoe and carry Pullman
crs between Augusta and Wilmington
setween Augusta and Wilmington.
>ve schedule Washington time.
G. R. TALCOTT, Superintendept.
iLAUGHTEa, General Passenger A&gt.
CAKDWELL, .Ass't General PassengeIr
t, Columbia, S. C.
yille and Spartanburg Railroad.
'ARTANBURG, S. C., September 1, 1SSI.
med after Thursday, September 1, 1881,
niger trains will be run daily (Sundays
sted) between Spartanburg and Hen
niville, as follows:
UP TRAIN.
aR. & D. Depot atSpartanburg.4.20 p m
e at Hendersonvillle.........730p m
DOWN TRAIN.
SHendersonvlle-............ S.30 a m 1
s R.tD. bui-g.2.Q9-m
Strains connections for Colum
snaant Ohiot by
Dry Goods an
Thenever you- visit our Ca
Just call at that store so nea
You'll find it will pay you t
9n .Main St., it is, Yumber
l seful, fresh and attractive
a
N ew, stylish and lasting, an
Good bargains in Dry Good
n
S give us a trial asks W. J.
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DRY GOODS AN
132 MAIN
COLUMB
July 57, 21-t.
iClotkh
GRAND 0
- OF
SPRIIG AND SF111
Li 0
Middlesex Flannel, .l! wool a
SOFT AND S
For.Spring, in colors of Blue, Black,:
GENTS' FURNIS
This stock is complete of Import.-d and D<
STRAW
This is the largest stock recti.; ! in the 4
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A ..n stuck of hiue LU% cU. i IERS ani
REMEMBER
M. L. NTNARl , -
Apr. 21), 16-ti.
Dry Goods, .1|
XPRL G AND SI
IS NOW BEING
Which comprises a full
DRY GOODS,
OIL CLOTHS, MATT]
WINDOW CURT
IIATS,.SHOES, TRI
And Elegant and Faincy llEESS
--FULL ASSOR1
Laces, Hosiery, Paras
These are all offered at LOWV PRI
satisfaction. We also have a full line of BUTT:
*C. BOUKNIGHT, E3
A pr. 13, 15-6m. COI4(71BI
BAY TATEENIN
SiATIONARY AND PORtTABLI
VALUABLE CUT-OFF ENGIN
We present below a few certificates from pur<
Read them, a'nd you will learn I sell the Jlargest
trouble to keep up steam with my boilers. All
Don't fail to write for.circulars and prices befi
SAW MILLS COMPLETE, CORN MILLS AND
FOR SETTING, THRESBERS AND SEP.
SOUTHERN STANDARD COTTON PRE
COTTON CLEANERS, MOWERS ANE
PULLEYS, PIPING, JE[
JAMES F. Ji
Gen'1 Agenc
College Street, - -
W. T. GAILLARD is my Agent for N'ewberry
Auog. 10, 32-3m.
SPE AHE
AGENTS FOR T]
SAW MILLS, CC
-ALSO,
THE A.MERICAN F
Parties wishing the gove, address
SPEAKE & BRO., 1!
Mar. 3fl, 13-tf.
ug, Washint, t. C. Prau d- I
Giesnere tdhe Uited States*I
d cases piaelnclaims mining. pro- ou
,efore the Depatmnt ot te eirandg
ere teExecutive Departmnt. S-dot
tla and uipght an d.l a1d
I-Ww.L Sasbi
tl .,Iillinery.
pital City.
t and so pretty, I
> enter it to.o, TI
AGE
L3... GEv
CEN
the goods that we keep, BT
THE
I everything cheap, TH
on our counters are flung, KE
Yotng. T
OTT1eTG,
a Ic
D MILLINERY,
ST1EET,
I.A., S. C.
PENING
WER CLOTHNG.
ia guaranteed not to fade, $12.50.
PIFF HATS
?earl, Green, Brown and Granite.
RING GOODS!
mestic Un4erwear, in sizes 34 to 44.
10ATS.
;ity, and direct from Manufactories.
ES .
I GAITERS to make a complete-outfit. For I
r'HE F..A.CE. Mp
COLUMBIA, S. C. c
and L
EYE.
V.DtOfl$ ~*syster
tions, Se.sye
MEDI
permt
The
RECEIVED,
tnd conplete stock of
CA RPE TS,I
[NGS,
&INS and SHADES.T]
INIKS, VAL.ISES,
LRTICLES in Great Tariety.
'MENT OF
01s, Umbrellas and Th4
CES, and siuch values as will give
BRICK'S PATT'ERNS. Try us.
ECUTOR, & CO.,
A, S.O.
y C Has
M AN BO\LER.AD
|NGINESAN BOILERS, -ni
[or-se Power.It
ES FOR 0OTTON GINS. ou'
basers of t.he BAY STATE ENGINES.
Boilers and Best Engines now mnadJ. No
enginaes and boilers fully warraated.
>re buying. I also furnish
WHlEAT MILLS COMPLETE READYwhh
kRATORS, BOSS COTToN PRSS DOLUh
S, PRATT GINS, LUM'US' GINS, ens life
REAPERS, SHAFTING AND
PUMPS, &c., &c. T
DHNSTON,
F for N. 0., 8. 0., and Georgia, FO]
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Couty for the Boss Press.
Feb.
& BRO.,une
EE FAMOUSpte
The E
Name
C.
30
GL
LIP8Ii 8EPARATORS
TTON GINS.
.. respectf
RUIT DRYER' anda
inard's T. 0., S. C. Aug.
Ibusiness now before the public. -SQL
~j ork or .sthan a tvhin else, titled t
$12 aday and unewardsmade at ho who ie
Hardware, Sc.
HART & OOMJ
HARD WARE MER
STATE AGENTS I
E GREATEST
C UL TUIAL
SNTION OF TILE
- AVES90 PER
T. OF THIE LA
,AND DOUBLES
E VALUE OF
MANUR.E BY
ROUGHLY
PULVERLIZING.
MP'S MANURE AND COTTON 6
ArENT"- FOR
IE "BROWN" and D A.N'L
FEEDERS AND COND
)QUARTEEASR
run. 8, 23-ly. CHARL:
eaiIttelatneous.
Use Lawrence & Ma
.OUCHS, CQI,DS, SORE THROAT, BRONCI
N!A, CONSUMPTION, Diseasesof THROAl
weapons wielde+
amastthe encr<
BONCHITIS
oN in Its incipent and advanced stage, and all hi
UNGS, bat it has never been so advantageous compound
Its soothing Balsamic properties afford a difsive stin
atter the cough has been relieved. Quart size bottles, Pi
UTION Do not be deceived dealers wh
" in place o_! our TOLUT,ROCKA
CATED article--the genuine has a Private Die Pro rietar
x It to be Sold by Druggists, Groeers and e
-a- WITHOUT SPECIAZL TAE OR
TOLU, ROCK AND RY9 CO., Proprietors, 41
F. W. TWEN$ & CO., Wholesale Agents,
GIRAND IMAL I
LE STUDY OF MUSIC S
I.Labor of' Years Accomplishe
the New Inductive Methot
PIANO AND 01
Ers. W. -H.
Opened .a STUDIO over R. Y. 1
Store for the Reception of I
ring Taught this Method in the North with Unparallelea
C., now Offers hearServices ant1 the Method to the (
ICINITY.
It is impossible to set forth ALL THE ADVANTAGES
tem, in-an Advertisement, but invite all interested to
slar.
SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Simple that even
tnd it.
ces away with years of drudgery,
ikes the Pupil almost immediately into theScee~f
es the same through4 tlwhole Course of Instructic
Snot a superficial etd, but appUies to all Music pree
rchange whatever.
ommends itself at once to the educated class of the con
s Method is entirely different from the Old System.
,rtuniy is offered to all to gain a Musicasl FAuscati
for Less EFxpense than ever before
Many of my Pupils in the South are now snccessit
sas ganed at snominal expense, while my expense foi
ethod fulfils the maxim that "Whatever shortens the
Sand ingeases usefulness."
rm.s, 50 ets. Per
-Books and Sheet Music will be Furnished on
I FURTHEB PARTICULAES, CALL ON ORt ADDEB
MRS. W. I
23, 8-tf. Ne
orcelain-lined Pumps are manufactured
lls,ud bu mar guarantee agant Dts.A4ir.
Don't faU to m a seS of 1 o0 th e .clor.
ymade 4A ALL
thue st
ilected Valuable
ber. Improvements. l
LATCH LEY PUMPS are for .sale by the
best houses in the tra e.
of mty nearest agent will be furnished on
application to
B. BLATCH LEY, &'an-jact.:rr,
anof besti'
ENN & POOL,
ItusD
~cesos to Win. F. Nance, dec'd) zsand alFt
If a ll si:
ndergn"d havi:,i asocia:ed thern- Ja m ) useth
g..her for the purp:se of conduct. ePyoLcc
INSURAN';E BUYSINE~S, wou;d ophste e
slly a': for a conjtinuanace of .the szes,ataldeaeorsiz
litely ent.-ut-d to Majo.r Nance, s~mffsO
ay new busines. thast tay offer. LBE3G
JAMES F. GLENN.
TENGH C. POOL. NlT Great <
1881. 32-tf. L I Those
Dnow suffering from erally become we
~~ESwounds or disease or not improve such
I caused by unilitary service are en- ty. W' e want man
PNsioY. WilOws, minor children, girl- to work fori
nt sothers or fathers of soldiers ei.litie-s. Any one
i from the effects -ftheir service ly from, thne first
entitled. Many 'ild pensioners pay more than ta
led to an INCREAsE. Careful assist- Expe-nsive outfit
n in DELAYED or REJECTED CLAIMs, who engae liI
can beo allowed with but little lTou can dvote
dence. Complete instructions with work, or only ye
is sen o~aplication'. CHAss. d; InfortnatIon snds
~ AtoreysatLaw, 916 F St.. free. Address 82
ton) C. 2-f Maine
?ANY,
CHANTS.
DISTRIBUTES
MU CE, MARL, ASH
ES. LIME, COT'ON
SEED, .ANURE.&c.,
'Xt EVENLY IN DRILLS
AND BROADCAST.
AS INDISPENSABLE
AS THE MOWER
AND REAPER
EVERY MACHINE
WARh,'NTED.
EEO SPREADER.
PRATT GINS.
ENSERS.
ESTON, S. C. ?
rtifWs
11TIS, ASTHMA, PtEt
', CHEST AND LUNCS;.
rn one of the mcst mpoprtant
i by the MEDICAL FACULTY
aehment9of COUGBS.
ASTHMA, SORE THRO
seases of the THROAT.C
ed as in the TOLU, ROCKant
]ant and tonic to build up t'.
ice $1.00.
i tai f Rock and Bye
Nh whic Y
y Stamp on each bottle, whi$
rs Everywhere.
c.hcm s,
l River St., Chicago,I
Charles;on, 8. C.
I:PFIED
d in Weeks by4
1 for the -
Clarkd
.,eavelP's Furnitrare
>u1pils.
dl Success; atso in GreenD
;ITIZENS OF NEWREY
this Method has over~ the
Dan at the Studio, or -Send'
a Child of Five, Yeam est
ifusical Compositois, a
isely as it is written, wif2
imunity.
on ina shor time amI
illy Teaching this Mt~~
Tv -ion alone was'F U
road tolearning, lent.
Lesson.b
Moderate Terms. J
,*,
[.CLTARKj>
wber'ry, s. C.
tLr.s na p.nscisea Eutoiras
r as etezn.s ita r..d .f
estoro Grey or ae
Maunrke, SiIingia
edicines knoiwn are herecua.
eof such varied and
he GreatestBlood-Purifier&
tregthRmewae ver
n, RTheumatism,IFleeplens -
:nrmach, Bowels, Lwngs;
eeCorn
away wi Consumption a
: To.:c to-day.. -It wdl
xe! itisfrsuperiorto'
and other Tomics,:as it
ut intoxicatng- 5oc. sad
&C.N.Y. ecndfor*
BEZmYG TH DOLLAE S
hbance to make
who always take
Ihe good chancee ft
ne that are offeree
lthywhilethos
chances remn.in in
y men, women, a
us right in their &
car. do the work
start. The busin'
un times ordinarg
furnished free.r
i to make money.
your whole tins
or spare mome
all that.is ne
LNso5 & COui'

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