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THE LIVE STOCK.
The lack of proper care during
the winter leaves the farm stock
in poor condition in the spring.
Any such animal should be well
cared for now. A mess of warm
bran-slop daily--a little ginger
Nometimes stirred in-will be. use
ful for a cow. If calves are in
fested with vermin they should be
freed from these pests at once. A
mixture of sulphur and lard, rub
bed along the spine and on the bris
ket, is effective. A tablespoonful
of sulphur and malasses, taken
internally once a day, will help
to drive away the lice; it will also
prevent the disease known as
'black-leg,' frequently found among
calves in early spring. Sheep that
are suffering from an irritation of
the skin and consequent lcss o
wool, should have a few doses of a
mixture of equal parts of Cream of
Tartar and Sulphur. Ewes with
early lambs should have special
favors shown them in the form of
dry, warm pens, and rich food. The
lambs need to be pushed forward
at a rapid pace. A little fresh cow's
milk may be given them while they
are still quite young. Over feed
ing of young animals is, however,
to be avoided.
The breeding sows should be sepa
rated from the others, and provided
with dry and warm pens, bedded
with cut straw or leaves, and for
nished with a fender, or plank fas
tened to the wall eight inches above
the floor, to prevent the young pigs
from being crushed. As early
chickens are the ones that pay
the best, when practicable set all
brooding hens, and take good
care of all brooding hens, and
take gooa care of all chicks hatch.
ed this month. The poultry house
should. be kept wholesome by
frequent sprinklings of plaster or
ashes. .Kerosene may be- applied
to the perches ifilice or fless are
present - Horses' feet will need at.
tention at this season of the year,
when the roads are in bad condi
tion, and ther~e is so. much slush
and wet everywhere
( American Agricultturist.
WHrTEWASH %HE O)Tr-BmTLDINs.
There is no more healthful method
of keeping the stables, sheds, and
pens clean, than to give them a
good coat of lime wash. The wash
is easily and quickly made as fol
lows: Slake a bushel of fresh lime
in apork, or other barrel, with
water enough to make a thick pasta,
after which fill up the barrel with
hot water, and let it stand for a few
hours. This wash may be applied
in various ways. It may be spread
upon the walls with a large white
wash brush, and no pains need be
taken to do a neat job. Whatever
wash falls upon the floor in the op.
eration, is not lost, but helps to
sweeten the stable or stall. The
quickest and most satisfactory
method, is to use a force pump, by
which the lime-wash can be thrown
into every corner.-Americanl Ag
riclturist.
To REMovE DANDEUFF.-This is a
natural secretion, but becomes a
cutaneous complaint by neglect.
Take an ounce of powdered borax,
a piece of unslacked lime the size
of a chestnut, and a table-spoonful
of spirits of ammonia ; put them in
a quart bottle, and fill it up with
boiled or pump water- After
twelve hours apply this wash to the
scalp. Ladies can apply it best
with a small sponge. Rinse with
tepid water. After a few applica
tions the scales will disappear, the
hair becomes soft and brilliant, and
the young hair will be seen to start
out. Dandruff should be cured grad
ually, so as not to produce sick
headache or dizziness by its sudden
suppression.
The following is given as an ex
cellent method of plucking poul
- try: Hang the fowl by the feet
with a light cord; then with a small
knife give one cut across the upper
jaw .opposite the corners of the
mouth ; after the blood has stopped
running a stream, place the point
of a knife in the upper part of
the mouth, run the blade on into
the back part of the he,ad, which
will cause a twitching of the mus
cles. Immediately following this
operation is the proper time for
plucking the fowl, as every feather
yield as if by magic, and there
isno danger of tearing the most
tender chick.
TRAINING HEIFEBS.
It is an easy matter to train E
heifer to stand grietly to be milked
but it is easier to train them t<
jump, kick and run. Tbe way t
teach them to stand still, is to re
quire them always to do so. I
there is nanght to hinder a wil
heifer from running, and her fear
.)rompt her to run, she can and wil
run. If she cannot run, in a shor
time she loses her fear and stand
from habit ; and habit is one of th
most powerful influences in thi
world, for either brute or mau. I
you want to transform a wild heife
into a well behaved,well-trained co'
you must be patient and exhibit ni
temper. Never strike her ; sb
mast, first of all, get acquaintei
with you, and learn that you wil
not hurt her. She must learn no
to fear you. If, in winter, it is bes
to milk in the stable, make as littl
fuss, and as few alarming motion
As possible ; handle her very gentl3
Be carefal not to pinch the teatE
This is the great source of troublE
A cow naturally wishes to be rid c
her milk. She stands quietly unt;
some careless milker has given
squeeze that hurts, when she kick
and runs. By allowing such
course -a few times, the habit wi
be confirmed. The best way t
manage, if you have no stable, is t
have a well-fenced yard, and teac
your heifers to stand for milking
that; or next best, to tie then
using them very quietly. No ma
or boy is fit to iandle animals w
less he can control them, and col
trol himself. Neither is it right
chastise the ignorant.-Ex.
PeTzSG Awn Toors.-The wea
ing out of farm inplements is, as
rule, due more to neglect than
use. If tools can be well take
care of, it will pay to buy thof
made of the best steel, and finishe
in the best manner; but in con
mon hands, and with common car
such are of little advantage. Ir0
and steel parts should be cleane
with dry sand and a cob, or scrape
with a piece of soft iron, washe
and oiled if necessary, and in
day or two cleaned off with ti
corn-cob and dry sand. Final
paint the iron part with rosin an
beeswax, in the proportion of 4<
rosin, to 1 of wax, melted togeth<
and applied hot. This is good f
the iron or steel parts of every soa
of tool. Wood work should 1
painted with good, boiled, linsee
oil, white lead and turpentine, cc
ored of any desired tint; red
probably the best color. Keep ti
cattle away until the paint is dr
and hard, or they will lick, wit
death as the result. If it isn<
desired to use paint on hand tool
the boiled oil with turpentine an
'liquid drier,' does just as wel
Many prefer to saturate the woo<
work of farm implements wit
crude Petroleum. This can not I
used with color, but is applied b
itself, 'so long as any is absorbe
by the pores of the wood.
([American Agriculturist.
I'NDISTrION IN.HOBSEs.-In youni
horses derangements of the stom
ach are frequently caused by tl
masticative organs, the teeth, n<
being capable of properly grindin
the food, especially among animal
from two years to four and a hal
The shedding of the first set an
the growth of the permanent teet
keep the mouth tender, andi
many cases, if fed on hard, dry foo<
they acquire the habit of bolting
-that is, swallowing it unmast
cated" and in them this is a fertil
source of derangement of the o:
gans of digestion. Indigestioni
horses can commonly be prevente
by a close observance of physic
logical lawe, especially by avoid
ing long fasts, over eating, sudde
changes of food and food of ba
quality.
In an annual report of the Soot
Carolina Board of Health it is as
serted that the farmers of th
South and West have for year
been cultivating disorders of th
digestive organs by eating to
much salt pork and fried food ani
by hurrying ~them down. Liebig
the dietetic chemist, states the
salting pork diminshes its nutr
tzve value and rendii it more i
digestible. Speaking of salt pot
always reminds us of the Hindo
who, when introduced to a frien
of ours traveling in India, refuse
to shake his hand because, as h
said, 'I hear you Americans es
dead hog, and even after it has bee)
dead six months.' The Hindoo
evidently regard that with as moel
aversion as he do the eating of rat
by the Chinese.
[Dr. Foote's Realth Monthly..
Don't forget the salt remedy fo:
chinch bugs.. Scatter it whereve:
they are in growing crops. It wil
not cost much, and itis saidto0b6
ev .UsceUla*leous.
TU T'S
PILLS
A DISORDERED LIVER
ISTHEDANE,*L
IS *
1 of the present geeration. It i o h
Cueof this-disease and its attendate,
t1 s88.HADaC . IOUN . DYB
BU I,CNTlATXON, PTE, et .* that
$~1T ? ~ve mained a world-wide
e reputation. No 0 amady has ever been A
NB .1V A L . a -a or
SEoud to flake bata orop on
eont cboUso...........d ohm.. I w..s
-wa I beApt e of
orpens, ving hemu wviaretos
laoesso eaehearty and robust,
sr-eveope hand rt ody 8oble.
1TUrPS HAIRLITL
Oh 11 VLc *=snl,PlC1tOlO 3 Id'v. It A
Gnar. Ara orlaterr St acs AantosL resy
myatat.o isy a mala0s odisi. Pa
aa g o bggtt,or sentsby exprew os eO
aOffio, 85 Murray Street, New Yor'k.
gfssg when egm a te Aso
a PLBe aThoe rssl s mavelous':.
a IRON.
I Pure Hammered Swede's Tron.
Best Refined Tire Iron, 1 to 2 inches.
$ Band. Hoop, Round, Square and Oval
b Irons, in full stock, at lowest market prices,
atL
T BOOZER'S HARDWARE STORE,
No. 2 Mower's New Block. A
Mar.80, 33-17.
S$4,000 AT M1RRI1E!
MTALAID UNIN,
122 Gravier St., New Orleans.
F
o DIRECWTORS-J. P. LONGLEY, Prest.; H. T.
COTTAM. Vice-Prest.; R. H. HENRY, F
'D Sec. and Treas.; 8. M. TODD, A. REY
NOIE, J. Q. A. FE LLOWS.
This Union was organized to associate to
Bgether worthy unmarried white men and
women, to assist each other by providing a G
a fund for them at marriage by meaLs of mu
tual assessments. No member can marry E
e, before six months and have any claim e'n
the marriage fund. Th-- prices in this Union
are cheaper than those of any simil,r or
'anization. and its benents are greater.
Ladies ca oin on the same terms as men.
eThe follotu tarle wil show the benetd
members w be entitleil to at marriage in C
d the difrerent classes:
a inClass A. B. C. D.
Ae 6 months.... $250 $500! $750 $.00 '
. 7 292 534 87ta t-e68 ti
d -8........ . 334 ;it 1,00ae 1,336
..9.........376 75'2; 1.1261 -,504
..10.........418 836: 1,2.54 1,672 yi
. 1 f .. ...... 460 9201,80t 1,840 i
--12 ......| 600 1,0001 1..500l 2,0 A
mrm.r14 .. .. 58e t,1o8 1,752a 2336 C
..15 . ... 626 1,252~ 1,878 2,504 j
rt .. 16 .. : 1,36 2,004 2,672
..17.........710 1,420 2,130, ,4
S .r 18 ..o .... 750. 1,500 2,250 $3,000
..79 .. ... 792 5W1,584 2376 3
Id .. 2 .. .... 834 1,668. 2,50"2 1.336
.. 21........876 1752 2.628 3,504
- ... 22 .. .... 918 1,836~ 2 75& ,7
. 23. .. .... 960 1920 ,8,80 3,840
18 . 24 .. . ..... 1,000 2,0001 3 , 000
Ie PRICES.
CL ASS A-Membership Fee, $6; Advance d
. Assessment, $1; Annual Due, $3. d
CLASS B-Membership Fee, $9; Advance
'Assessment, $2; Annual Due, $4- F
tCL S C-Membership Fee, $12.50; Ad. C
vance Assessment, $3; Annual Due, $5 a
8CLASS D-Membership Fee, $16; Advance a
0'Assessment, $4; Annual Due, $6.
d A person can only join one class. Wr-ite
to the office for circulars and blank applica- d
alons, giving full pa- ticulars. C
. Address all communications to '
E. H. HENRY. Secretary and Treasurer,
h 122 Gravier St., New Orleans.
Wa State where you saw this advertise
e ment. May 11, 19-6m.
-11
d GraCause of ilusman Misery i
IS THE'LOSS OF
nA LECTU:AE oN THE NATURE, TREATMENTr G
AND RA&DICAL Cure of Seminal Weakness, or a'
Spermatorrhwa, induced by Self.Abuse,
triage _generally; Consumption, Epilepsy,
and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity,
&c.-Biy ROBERT J, CULVERWELL, M. D., -
atoofte"Green Book " &c, C
Is The world-renowned author, in this ad.
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his
f. own experienCe that the awful consequen
ces of SellA buse may be effectually reinoved
d without dangerous surgical operations.,
bougies, instruments, rings or cordials;
h pointing out a mode of cure at once cer'amn
and effectua'l, by which every sufferer, noA
l matter what his condition ma:: be, ay
cure himself chMply, privately and rad.L
, ically.A
. E This -Lecture will prove a boon to L
t thousands and thousands.
-Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to
1 any address, on receipt of six cents or twoN
e postage stamps. Address L
THE CULVEEWELL MEDICAL CO., A
r-elAnn St., New York, N.Y.
Post Omeie Box, 450. Oct. 12, 13-ly. L
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SPATENTS. L
F. A. Lehman, Solicitor of American and A
Foreign Patents, Washington. D. C. All
business connected with Patents, whether L
beore the Patent Offce or the I ourts, A
d promptly attended to. No charge made un- N
less a patent is secured. Send for circular.
Sep. 21, 38-tf.w.1. .
AGENTS ,
8 We want a~limited number of active, en- C
ergetic canvassers to engage In a pleasant
S and profitable business. Good men will g
ind his arare chanceC
dTO MAKE MONEY. a:
Suc 1il please answer this advertise- D
Smnbyete,enclosing stamp for reply, l
stating what busfness they have been en- men ui-S
gaged in.Noebttoewomabu
ness need appl drsAVY& O,
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Otaid, and albns n the U. S.Pat
ent Offee; attended to for MODERATE FEES. A
Q ur offee is opposite the U. S. Patent Of
fice, and we can obtain parents in less time
e than those remote from WASmINGTON.
Send MODEL OR DRAwING'. We advise as
tto paetability free of charg*; and we
mae No CHAR.GE UNLEss WE JETAIN PAT
[1 ENT.
We refer, here, to the Postmaster, the1.
8: Supt. of Money Order Dlv.. and to offcials A
o the U. S. Patent Offie. For circul ar, ad
vice, terms, and reference to actual clients
Iin your own State, or County, address
aC.A. SNOW &CO., hia
OPPOSITE PATENT OFFICE, Ai
Jul. 20, 29-6m WASHINGTON. D. C.
r~ W. H. WALLACE,S
~Attorneyat-Law, 3
C<
M.L.H]
;CLUTHi N
I take pleasure in informing my frie
chased the largest stock of
n FALL AND WI
SFor Men, Yontha and Boy.2, that. h.as cv
m BEEN M ARKED DOWN, BELIEVING
ru Fine line of
GENTS' FURNISHING I
OF ALL TB
M
GENTS' I
Men's Suits and OVE
Youths' Suit
roB
" m ' Call and examine my stock w,
M All orders addressed to Box 8
Opposite Grand Central,
0? Sept. 21, 38--n
rn
M Dry Goods
m
m henever You visit +tu
m .
ust call at that store so
Y ou'll find it will pay v
u n Main St., it is, Numw
Useful, fresh and attraci
m
N ew, stylish and lasting
good bargains in Diry G
a
~W. J-m .~
e DRY GOODS A
d
n COLTJV
July 27, 21-tr.
B AY ST ATE E1:ll
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STT1ONARY AOND POR,Ti
From 6 to 2'
VALUABLE CUT-OFF I
We present below a few certificates fr
Rea'd them, and you will learn I sell the
~trouble to keep up steam with my boil(m
L. Don't fail to write for circulars and pri
L. SAW MILLS COMPLETE. CORN MILL:
L. FOR SETTING, THRESHERS AN:
SOUTHERN STANDARD COTTO
.- COTTON CLEANERS, MOWER
PULLEYS. PIPIE
JAMES F
Gen'I
n College Street, -
r W. T GAIL1LARD is my Agent for N
- Aug. 10, 3--Sm.
SPEAK!
AGENTS FO]
SAW MWILLS,
THlE AM~ERICA
a Parties wishing the above, address
SPEAKE & BR
s Mar. 30, 13-tf.
JPWatches, Cocks, Jewelr
'*At the New Store on Hotel Lot,
-I have now on hand a large' and eleg
2 's.-ortmrent. of
WATCHES, CL.OCK(S, JEWEI.R
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAE STRI-NGs2
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASI
WEDDINS AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended
.Watchmiaking and Repairii
oeCheaply e,nd with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and pricee.
EDUARD SCHOLTZ.
Nov. 21, 47-tf
SLIERS now sfferng f
SOLD nouns oriease
are entte to an INCRASE. Carefulas
anicegveni DELAYE orEEJECTE CL
ore evidence Complete ntruetions wi
Rail Roads.
Dilambia & Greenville Raflroad
PASSENGER bEPARTMENT.
COLUMBIA. S. C., September 24th. 1893.
On and after Monday, September24th, 18e2.tt
SSENG EE TRAINS will run as herewith in
rated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays. *
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
save Columbia,A - - * 11.42 a
" Alston, - - - - 12.49 p
" Newberry, - - - 157 p
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.44 p
" Hodges, - - - . 43; p
" Belton, , - - - 6.t8 p
rrive Greenville, - - - - 7.3> p
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
save Greenville, - - ' - 10.40 a
Belton, - 12.07 p
" Hodges, - - 133 p
Ninety-Six, - - - - 2.47 p
" Newberry, - - - 4.18 p
" Alston, - - 5.27 p
rrive Columbia,F - - 6.3. p
ARTANBUaG. UNION IR COLUMBIA EAILP.OA
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
eave Alston, - - - - 12.50 p
" Strotber, - - - - 1.23 p
" Shelton, - - - - 1.53 p
Santuc,-. - - - - 2.35- p
Union, - - - - 8.8 p
" Jonesville, - - - 3.43 p
.rrive Spartanburg, " - 4.Z8 p
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
eave Spartanburg,R. & D. Depot, H 12 -7 p
-:Spartanburg, S. U. & C. Depot,G 1.32 p
Jonesville, - - - 2 3" p
Union. - - - 3..6 p
Santuc, - - - 3571'
" Shelton, - - 4.1. p
Strother, - - 4.40 p
rrive at Alston. - - - 5 21 p
LAURENS RAILWAY.
eave Newberry, - - - - 4.25 p
rrive at Laurens C. H., - - 7 5 p
eave Laurens C. H., - - - a.a0 a
.rrive at Newberry, - - d 1.v p
ABBEVILLE BRANCH.
eave Hodges, , - - - 4.50 p
rrive at Abbeville, - - ' 5.47 p
eave Abbeville. - - - - 12.'5 p
.rrive at Hodges, - - - - 1.!5 p
BLUE aIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDER'ON
BRANCH.
eave .plton at. 6 1" p
" Anderson 6 4S p
" Pendleton 7.27 p
save Seneca C, 8.u8 p
rrive at Walhalla 8.30 p
save Walhalla at, - - 9.3" a
eave Seneca D, 10.02 a
" Pendleton, - - 10.39 a
" Anderson, - - 11.23 a
rrive at Belton. - - 12.00 a
CONNECTIONS.
With South Carolina Railroad from Cha:
leston.
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augus1
Railroad from Wilmington and a
points North thereof.
With Charlotte. Columbia and August
Railroad from Charlotte and all poin1
North thereof:
With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Ros
for points in Western North Carolina.
With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from a
points South and West.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. E, R., from A
lanta and beyond.
With A. & C. Div., E. & D. E. E., from a
points South and West.
With South Carolina Railroad for Charlei
ton.
With Wilmington. Columbia and Au ;us1
Railroad for Wilmington and the Nortl
With Charlotte, Columbia and August
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroa
from liendersonvilfe.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. E. R... fro:
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Wa.;hington, D. C
hich is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
J. W. FRT. Superintendeut.
M SLAUGHTER, General Passenger A,ie[It.
D CARDWBLL. Ass't General Passenger Ag1
olumbia, S. C.
auth Carolina Railway Compn
PASSENGER DEPARTME 'T.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and afker April 30th, 1882. Passeng<
rains on this road will ran as follows n:
I further notice:
GREENVILLE EXPRESS.
GOING EAST, DAILY.)
eave Columbia at - - - 6.25 P. I
rrive Camden at . . . . 9.38 P. 3
rrive Charleston at - 11.0u P. 3
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
eave Charleston at - - 7.00 A. 3
eave Camden at - - - 8.00 A. 3
rrive Columbia at --- - 11.26 A. 3
NIGHT EXPRESS.
GOING EAST DAILY.
eave Columbia at - - -9.30?P.
rrive Augusta at - - - - A. 3
rrive Charleston at - - - 8.20 A. 3
GOING WEST DAILY.
eave Charleston at -- - 8.15 P. 1
eave Augusta at.-.-.-..4.45..P. 3
rrive Columba at - - - 5.10 A. 3
All trains run daily except tralns on Car
n Branch, which are daily except Sni
lep Cars ar.e attached to Nig)
ipress Tris-berths only $1.50-betwee
ofumbla and Charleston. On Saturdal
id Sundays, round trip tickets are sold 1
id from all Stations at one first class ra:
>r the round trip, good till Monda noc
>return. Excursions tickets godfor te
tys are regularly on sale at six cents pe
ie for round tri toad'rom all stationi
onnections made at Columbia with Cc
Enbla and Greenville Railroad by train a
ring at 11.28 A. M., and departing at 5.
.M; Connection made at C. C. & A. June
on with Charlotte, Columbia and August
ilroad by train arriving at Columbia
.28 A. M, and depatigat 5.55 P. M. to an
om all points on both oas, with throng
nlman Sleeper between Charleston an
'ashington, via Virginia Midland routt
ithout change. Connection made at Cha:
ston with Steamers for New York on Wet
sdays and Sat'1rdaya; also, with Savai
ah and Charleston Railroad to all p)oin1
uth..
Connections are made at Au sta wit
sorgia Railroad and Central ilroad t
id from all points South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased to a
yints South and West, by applying to
A. B. DESAUsSURE, Agent, Columbia.
D. C. ALL EN, G. P. &T. A,
JoHN B. PECK, General- Manager.
larlotte, Collinia & Augusta E. I
OFFICE GENSRAL P'AssENQEE AGENcT,
Schedule In effect September 3.188i2:
No.53 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRES.
rave Augusta, A.................5a I
rrive at Columbia. B.............11.45 at
uave Columbia. B....... ......11.33 a
rive at Charlotte, C............ 4.15 pt
save Charlotte................ 5.t-d p
rrive at $tatesville.............7.u.5 p r
No. 47 DAILY-MAIL AND ExREsS.
ave Au Sta, A............... 6.00p
rva''lumbia, D...........1.u5p i
o. 19 LOCAL FREIGHT, daily except Sunday
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
save Columbia................ 5.00 a
rrive at Charlotte................ 3.15 p t
SOUTHWARD.
No.52 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPREss.
save Statesville.............7.00 a
rrive at Charlotte.............. 9.05 a
save Charlotte, C.............. .2.00 p i
rrive at Columbia, B............:0 p t
rave Columbia, B.............6.7 p
rrve at Augusta, A...........10.50 p
No. 48 DAILY-MAIL AND) ExpREss.
save Columbia, D...............15 a I
rive at Augusta, A............ 10.22 a t
3.18 LoCAL FREIGET, daily except Sund ay
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
rave Charlotte.................5.00 a
rrive at Columnbia............... 3.32 p i
CONNECTIONS.
A-With all lines to and from Savannal:
orida and the South and Atlanta, Macol
Ld the Southwest.
B-With South Carolina Railroad to ani
nm Charleston.
C-With Richmond and Danville Rtailroaa
and from all points North and Carolin;
stral Railroad.
D-Connect with the W. C. & A. E. E. ro
ilmingtn and all points on the Atlanti
>ast Lne.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 5
id 53 between Augusta and Washington
C., via Danville, Lynchburg and Char
ttesvlle. Also, on Trins 52 and 53 he
reen charlostte.and Richmond.
Numbers 47 and 48 run solid between At
sta and Florence and carry Pullmas
eers between Augusta and Wlm ingtoi
Ld between Augusta and Wilmington.
A bove schedule Washington time.
G. E. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
11. SLAUGHTER, General Passengr Agt. ,
D. CAaDWELI,, Ass't General Passenge:
rent, Columbia, S. C.
theville and Spartanburg Railroad
SPARTANBURG. S C., September 1, 1881.
)n and after Thursday, September 1. l18
asenger trains will be run daily (Sundays
cepted) between Spartanburg and Hen
rsonville, as follows:
UP TRAIN.
ave E. & D. Depot at Spartanburg.A.20 p ii
nyve at Hlendersonville.........7.30 p n
DOWs TRAIN.
ave Hendersonville............ 8.30 a nt
riveRE. & D. Depot,Spartanburg.12.00 mn
loth trains make connections for Colum
i,and Charleston via Spartanburg. Unlor
d Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte b5
r Line. JA M1S AND SN.
Supe nifmnd'et.
Naweek in your own town. $5 Outfil
Lre.No risk. Evervthing new. Cap
ital not required. 'We will furnist
IIyueverything. Many are mnakini
tunes. Ladies make as much as men, anc
ys and girls make great py. Reader. i
a want a business ax whic you can mak4
at pay aBl the time you work, write fo:
-tedr W H. XAIrT & o., Portland
thing.
[NARD'S
E 4OUSEi
nds aid ithr public gen.rally, 'hat I have pur- A(.
I1
NTER CLOTHING 1
r he.-. it t,. I irv, ind :h. GtX'DS HAVE no
IN S'i aJLL i'ROrfl AND QU'K ,ALE4.
TH
3WO33 AND NECK WEAR, TI
L LA T-T STYLES.
PINE SHOES. K
rcoats.
s and Overcoats. T
oys' Suits and Overcoats.
en in the City.
4 will receive prompt attention.
- COLUMBIA, S. C.
nd .1'Ix'inery.
n&:at and so pretty,
)u to euter if too,
ber 132.
;ive the goods that we keep,
and everything cheap,
oods on our counters are flung,
. J. Young.
EALER IN
ND MILLINERY,
Fe
IN STREET,
:BIA, S. C.
C
rine.c, 14C. FY
tBLE EG1ES AND BOILERS,
)O Iorse Power.
NGINES FORz COTTON GINS.
om piirch~aers of the BAY ST ATE ENGINES.
largest Boilers an:d Best Engines now made. No
es. All enginets and boilers fully warranted.
ices before L,u. i:ig. I aiso furnishT
S AND WHEA T MILLS COMPLETE READY
D SEPARATORS, BOSS COTTON PRESS,
N PRESS, PR ATT GINS, LUMUS' GINS,
S AND REAPERS, SHAFTING AND -T
IG, JET PUMPS, &c., &c.
~JOHNSTON,
Agency for N. C., S. C., and Georgia,.
--CHARLOTTE, N. C.
ewberry County for the Boss Press.
DU O H
R THE FAMOUS v
AN
con
EMiMI SPARMTOR:
COTTON GINS.
-ALSO--G
3 FR~UIT DRYER.
0., Kinard's T. O., S. C.
- ~ seli
_Electioni is Over.
Now "o :mdi: hear the votes counted at antd
/ (LA RK' GAi,LERY, &bere the finest Art
Wtorks tat have ever been exhibited in
No er,are on exhibition. And while A
0..: i.Fryur picture, and take to your ._
tmn- m of th' ir superior photographs.
We c:-n you that rielays are dangerous:
go r, :i too. late.
Mr [W . hlrk feek confident, after an A
experine of fr n years, that he can
prod;:e a ei- a i work that will pleage v
*n giv p. ri'c t' 'o.ction. s
G:..v'in:' o!.i p:et'ras and e::l;trging to ig
any e.aia a h do reducing to the o
Fo,r * l uan quality of work, refers to
li i (L.kARK BRO'S- G
A. A . THOMIAS, St. Gloun t build
e~f in beor hite D. C. J
Gene'. ra land Olaim . in,est
etuption :in invteac case pro ecnted E. R.
b.efore the Departmn' nt OX rbe .Interior and
$urpreme Ca'urti; an.d all classes of clalis
before the Executive lDepartments. Spe
cial attention given to town-site cases.
Landi warrants, homestead floats, and all
kinds of lana.i scrip bought and sold.
- ttt. w.1.
of ~ ~business now betore the public.BI
n. ou cm nake money faster at
rsfM UACapital not needed. ewllstart
ce o.$2adyaduwards mad'e at home.
rs th indstrious. Men women, boy and
It grls wanted eveywere to work for-us.
E,Now is the time. You can live at home and
let do the work No one can tail to make enor
th mons pa y engaglg onc Costly Ot
I. an ono i~ly. Address Tzuu agCOu Au
Hardwai
HART & OC
lARD WARE 3
STATE AGJ
7IE GREATEST
:1 I CU 1. TUEtAL r- -
E:.TION OF THE
E. .NAVxS;l PER
NT. O i' T IE LA
Et,AMD DOUBLES
fIE V-\LIE OF
E 3:1-URE BY
OROUGHLY s,
PUL.VER1ZING.' -:
EM,P'S MANURE AND CO
AGENTs
HE "BROWN" and I
FEEDERS AND (
IIOE TB.E ABOVE
Jun. s, 23-ly. C
Use Lawrenc(
10%
ir COUCHS, COLDS, SORE THROA
ONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases
F
S C N i it in p1 T intand advanced s
LUNGS, butIt has ey been so adva tae
E. Its soothing Baieamlc properties afford a
tems1ter te cough has been relieved. Quart
/r+ TLO n pac e odeceived
oDCTL rile--the genuine has a Private
mits It to be 6Ibd by Druggists, Grocer:
'i' WITSOUT SPECIA
e TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Pro
F. W. W. ENEB & CO., Wholes,
lIE STUDY OF Mi
he Labor of' Years Ace
the New Inductiv4
PIANO AN:
Wzrs. W.
as Opened a STUDIO ovel
Store for the Rece
Having Taught this Method in the North wi
e. S. C. now Offers her Services ad the M1
SIt is Imossible to set forth ALL THE A
System, in an Advertisement, but invite al]
Circular.
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Si;
lerstand it.
ttakes th Pupil alrfst Immediatly intoi
.tinues the same throughout the whole Coura
I is not a superficial method, but applies to
ThsMthdnt'ireyf*erentfm ht' e
opportunity is offered to all to gain a M
for Less Expense th~
Aar Many of my Papils in the South are
ch was gained at at nominal e,xpense. while
Tii4Meho flflsthe maxim that "Whatev
life and increases usefulneas."
~erms, 50 ets.
ihr Books and Sheet Music woill be
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, CALL .01
MR
eb. 23, 8-tf.
LENN & POOJ,
(Successors to Win. F. Nance, dec'd.)
he undersigned having associated them
es tog'ether for the purpose of conduct
thec INSURANCE BUSINESS, would
*tfulyI ask for a continuance of the
r.es, lul et4 ntrusted to Major Nance,
also any new business that may offer.
JAMES F. GLENN.
TENCH C. POOL.
TO MILL MEN,
nd Others Using MachInery.
. 1 Babbit Metal.
tire Cloth for Sieves and Screens.
est Square and Round Rubber Pack
Ru.sia Hemp Packing.
ne and one and a quarter Rubber Hos*.
et quality Rubber Belting, 2 to 6 in.,
ore, aIny other size at short notice.
-t Hloks and Lace Leather.
olden Machinery Oil:
Cans, Zinc Oilers, Screw Wrenches,
.Al U.t lowest market rates, at
'S. P. B0OZER'S
m.1. 22-4t Hardware- -tore.
s-roIEs. JOHN DOET.
STOKES & DORSEY,I
e'OOK BIN DE RS,
PAPERRULERS, lP
ai Street, Columbia, 8. C. E
opPosITE oPER E0t1SE.
re, Sc. -
D]MPANY,
IERCHANTS.
NTS FOR &
-:--- DISTRIEUTES
MUCK, MARL, ASH
ES. LIME, COTTON
SEED, WANUILE.c.
?EVE'LY IN DRILLS
-- ND BROADCAST.
- AS INDISPENSABLE
AS THE MOWER
AND REAPER
EVERY MACHINE
- r .WARRANTED
TTON SEED SPREADER.
FOR
)ANL PRATT GINS.
ONDENSERS.
~RT..& CO.,
HARLESTON, S. C.
e & Martin's
T, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, PN
of THROAT,CHEST AND LUNCS.
las always been-one of the most .p
eanons wielded by'the MEDICAL FAI
gainsttheerbmroachmentsof COUGHS,CO
RONCHITIS, ASTHMA. SORE
as, and all diseases of the THROAT.
-slcompounded as in theTOLU, ROCK and
dif fsive stimulant and toiAc to build up tOw
size bottles, Price $1.00. f
bydealers who? tr o ofRoksdBa
)LU ROCK AN BY. which s the ONLY
Die Proprietary Stamp on eseh bottde, wbich
a and DeaIers Everywhere,
L TA-OR ICNC B. - _.
prietor, 41 iver St., hicag, I
le Agents, Charleston. 8. e.
T8L0 SIMPJIIFIED.
inplished in Weeks by
M[ethod for the
D ORGAN!
H. Clark
e R. Y. LeavelP's Furniture
ption of Pupils,
th Unparalleled.Success; also in Green
athod to the CITIZENS OF NEWEREY
.DVANTAGES this Method hats over the
l interested to Call at the Studaio, or Send
npic that even a Child of Five Years can
the Science of Musical Compositions, and
se of Instructt6n.
all Music precisely as it is written, with.
31sss of the eommunity.
id Systemi.
's9Ca i catzion in a short time and
rsn ever before.
now suiccessfully Teaching this Method, -
:ny expense for Tuition alone was FOUR
er shortens the road to learning, length.
IPer Lesson.
1h'rnuhked on Moderate Terms.
Oil ADDRESS
S. W. H. CT.ARK,
*Newberry, S. C.
PARKER'S ll ALSAM.
The Best, Ceeand
, mst -Econoancal H
eocan$ maat
PAlRKER'S
A Pur. Failiyedicime that ileuer Iutericalhs,?,
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork. o- a mnother run down byfamilyorhoa.o
hold dunes try PARKER's GINGER TONZc.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business mane.
hausted by mental strain or anxious cares do not
take intoxicaing stimulats, but use Pa*xmas
GIGERa Toue.
If you have Dyspepasa. R1enma,a Kidney er
Urinary Complaints, or if you aretzroubled withany
disorde'rofrL'helungs.stomach.bowels, bloodornr,es
you can be cured oy PAuREE'sGaoma Toaac.
If you are wasring away fromsage, **or
|any dhsasecr weakness and regmire can tabg
GiscIuR ToNte at once: itwill mnvigrte and build
you up trem the fist dose but will nevermnm.ce
It has saved hiundredlsof lives it may save yours.
GREAy SAYtIN BUTING DOLLAR S1Z,
lI IGreat chance to make money.
UU:3Those wh~o alway take .advan
1.1tage of the good caces formak
Ulling money that are offered, gen.
ally become wealthy, while those who do
it improve such chances remain in pover.
W e want many men, women, boys and
els towork for us right in their own 10
lities. Any one can do the work proper.
from the first start. The business ~will
.y more than ten times ordinary wages.
rpensive outfit furnished free. No on -
2o en gages tails to make money rapi. y
in can devote your whole time to o
yrk. or orily your spare momenta. FUR
formation and all that is- needed sent
te. Address STISSON & Co., PQt534

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