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8j 9 10 11 12 13|1
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22 -'23 2425i26 272
2930 31 ---- -
EARLY FATTENING OF ANI
It is quite as imporant to fattc
and market economically, the an
mal products of the farm, as it
to raise them. A pound of bee
pork, or poultry, can be mad
much cheaper in September an
October, than later in the seaso1
when a larger part of the ratior
must go to keep up animal he.
There is no sleight of hand in la:
ing fat upon an animal's carcas
It must come out of good hone
food in the rations fed. The ter
perature in the latter part of sua
mer and early autumn, is m fav<
of the best use of all the fattening a
ticles of food, wiile there is enoug
of green food to sharpen the a:
petite, and keep up good .digestio
We have found green corn stalk
especially sweet corn, an excellei
article in the stye, to be fed
connection with corn on the co
and corn meal, and other ration
We have never seen pork ma
more rapidly than with this kind
feeding. It will be safe to feed f
that the swine will eat up clea
and no more.. Slack up the feed
little when anything is left in t]
trough. This will require a litt
attention, but the pigs will grow i
fast, that one can afford to ling
by the stye a few minutes, once
a day, to see the fat accumnlal
Corn is high this season, and1
want to make the best use of
The best poultrymen we know, b
gin to give extra feed in Septembe
when they mean to kill in Novez
ber. The Thanksgiving mark
is pretty sure to be a good on
and brings ready cash. The smf
potatoes boiled, and mixed wi1
Indian meal and hot water, mal
an excellent feed for turkeys ax
other poultry. This favors growt
as well as fattening. The ratio
of corn and other grain, ungroun
may be reserved to the lastis
weeks of life. Turkeys -shoul
have their liberty all through ti
extra feeding. -Some poultrvmi
shut up their geese and ducks, bi
we doubt the economy of th
method. With a good run, the
will have a greater variety of foo<
and thrive better with an accessi
a pasture with pond or -broo:
while they are..receiving fell fee
for market. All that the fattenix
animals will eat up clean, is a goc
rule for the last month of feeding
-American Agricurlturist for Se
THE Sm&WBEEE BED.-Tbor
who followed the instructior
given in July last, and made
strawberry-bed last month wil
pot-layered plants, are sure of
good crop next spring, unless son
accident prevents. Good resuli
may be expected from a bed mad
the present month (September
but the sooner the work is don
the better. Those who have n<
pot-layered the plants themselve
can procure them of all ti
principal nurserymen, who no
propagate in this manner a suj
ply of plants of the leading v
rieties. Of course they coi
* mpre-than the ordinary plants, bt:
-.many are willing togo tothe extr
expense, if they can only be sur
of a crop of fruit a year soone
than they could have it in an
other manner. Those who rail
fruit for market, do not need to b
told that good strawberries ca;
only be raised on good soil. I
pri;vate gardens the plants ar
rarely properly fertilized. We:
decomposed manure is best, and
liberal coating, three inches thick:i
none too much, should be spres
over the surface and s15aded in. I
the absence of manure, a goo
dressing of some of the artificial fei
tilizers may be nsedinstead. Th
plants may be set in rows two fee
apart, and 18 inches distant in th
rows. Some put them only a fo(
apart in the rows, but in rich soi
this does not give space enoug]
In setting, the ball of earth
turned out of the pot, and put i
its place in the bed, without dii
turbing its roots. At the time c
planting, pinch off any runners tha
may be forming upon the planti
During the growing season, keel
the bed clean by use of the ho4
and remove all runners as they ap
pear. The plants thus treated wil
form fine large stools by the tim<
cool weather ch&cks their growth
THE WANTED TO BOAR.
At Selma, Ala., the colored man
who carried my 'grip' to the depot
wanted to know if any of his race
lp North held political offices, and
when I mentioned one or two in
stances, he replied:
.1 'Dar hain't no sort o' show fur A C
as down heash no mo'.'
'What's to prevent you from run- a
- ning for-office ?' sC
'Hush ! Doan' talk so loud ! In ig 8
de fast place I hain't got de confi
dence in myself.'
'How's that '
i. 'Wall, sposen I was menshuned areDe
is by de noosepapers as a candydate a
f, far de Legislacnur. De ole woman a.m
!e she'd git her back up all of a sud- oe
d den, an' feel too good to 'sociate Te
, wid de niggers libin''round heah, b
,0 an' she'd drap de wash-board an
t. begin to powder up an' put on ..
. style.' .
3t 'An' ebery nigger at de hotel he'd
2 wan't me to git him a job at de
- 3apitol, an' if I didn't promise dey OAY
>r wouldn't wete far me.' JaWU
r 'I see.' on*p
h 'An' do white trash would 'spect (
p me to rent a box at de pos'office,
a. smoke cigars, w'ar a plug hat an'
s, hire my butes blacked.'
at 'Yes.' Best
in 'An' de reg'lar gem'len would ax Band
b, me if I could read an' write an' Irons,
s. spell an' cipher, an' gitme all boxed BO
le up in no tune 'tall.' Mar.
of 'Just so.'
al 'An' in case I wasn't 'leckted dar $4
a, am jist 3,000 niggers in dis naybur
a hood who'd laff an' grin an' chuckle
2e till I'd go home an' upsot de fam'ly
le lan' make a bee-line frew do wod
so lfar Tennessee. It takes a heap o' 122
er confidence to face all dat, you see,
in an' dat's what keeps me down. I'd coT
;e. liko to enter do pollytical field an' olt
Pe soar away to offis, but I lack de 'rs
it. nerve. I want de offis, bat I fear g*ther
e- de result in case I should drap when tuandfO
r,I went to soar.'-M. Quad. - *
ii. ~are chei
et NOT Wo&Ta It.-A citizen of L
e, Michigan who has something of a h
dl reputation for his infidel views and
h arguments, -happened to meet seven
ce or eight clergymen at a railroad ter 6
id station as they were waiting to
b, take the train to attend a con
is ference, and, introducing himself ::1
d, jto one of them, said: -
w j'I want hlfan hour's talk with
Ld the smartest one of your crowd.
ie Who is he?' --
m 'Well, .Brother White is pretty ..
it smart,' was the reply. .
is The infidel walked up to the~
yy clergyman named and. blunty be- cLAs:
a, ganl: CLAs:
bo 'Preacher White, you hold that A*c'UE
k, there is a God, don't you?' vncs
~d 'Yes, sir.' sss
*I 'And aheaven and a bell?' tothe
d |'Yes, sir *ddr|
g. 'And that none but believers can B.. H
t-| be saved?t' m-st
'Well, sir, I don't believe any A Gre
se sach thing, and I'll defy you to
a| 'I shan't try to, sir.'
1| 'You won't ? Don't you want me AZ
ato be saved? Sp'm
te 'No sir; no sir!i I wouldn't ni
as waste five minutes to send you *r
to straight to heaven.'
,) 'Why niot.'h%
B'Why not?i Why, sir, folks have owne~
>t been going to heaven by. the mil- without
Blion for thousands of years, and gj
0 there is now such a crowd up there matter
Wthat a small soul like yours could icaly.
-~ no more be found or heard of than thousan
~an atom of sand thrown into the any ali
it middle of the ocean. It's too small **
t potatoes to pay for the hoeing.'
a ( Detroit Free Press. Post C
r War HE ru~ 'rza CnM s-'Par- F.
Y son,' said a man approaching an Ar- o1g
e kansaw minister, 'I reckon you'd before1
e better take my name off your *sp
"church books and let me go!' Sep. *f
S'Why so?' asked the preacher.
e 'You have always been a consistent
a 'Wall, you see I stole a mule wes
Sand I thought that it wouldn't be ergetici
dhealthy for the church for me to find ti
Sbelong to it.' Ti
a'When did you steal the mule?t' m a
'About six months ago.' . Tiai
0 'Why, since that time you have"""*
it assisted in several revivals. - When'. Nov.!
0 were you seized with remorse?t'
ii 'Was there a cause that infln- o~taJie
Lenced you to make an acknowledg- a"
Cl 'es, something of a cause?t' senaI
' What was it?t' *'T
~ They proved that I stole the We
t mule. So I have concluded to quit othU
Lthe church. If they hadn't prov6d in your c
Pit, I would have remained lonier.' C.
I, [ Arkansato Trave!er. Ju1. 2,
I We hand folks over to God's~
a mercy, but show none ourselves. At
- One day is worth three to him N
who does everything in order. (let. 2J
rreeent generation. It is for the
Sthis disease and its attendants,
BADACE, BILIOUSNES, DYS
SCONSTIPATION, PILE, etc., that
PILLS have gained a world-wide
ion. No Bemedy has ever been
red that acts so gently on the
rgs,giving tbem vigor to as
aoo.As a nataral resfalt, t"e
is Systemn is Braoed, the uoa
reloped. and the Body Robust.
LPl r at c Para sa
tatiap is in aa malarial Ci r
year.I oould not make half a crop on
of bilious diseases and chl1l:. I was
lisouraged when I began the use of
PLA. The result was marvelous:
rare soon became hearty and robust,
ve bad no further trouble.
..etheegr.ed.Li. . ,e-le
d fnom Poisonous bu ers, and
be bowels to aet naturally, wtb.
Ice noone can feel well.
Nerves, and aSon Liver.
OSe. 3.,3 . 3lu.rySt., N.Y.
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Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
COLUMBIA. S. C., September 24th. 1882.
On and after Monday, September24th,1 8E2. the CV
ASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith in
Licated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays. chasec
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - " 11.42 a m
" Alston, - - 12.49 p in
Newberry, - - - - 1.57 p F
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.44 p m Fo- t
Hodges, - - - 4.3i p m BrE.N
Belton, , - - - 6.,8 p m F
Lrive Greenville, - - - - 7.3. p I
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER. GIl
Leave Greenville, - - - 10.40 a n
" Belton. - - - 1207 p m
" Hodges, - - 133 p m
Ninety-x, - - - 2.47 p m
" Newberry, - - - 4.18 p m
Alston, - 5.27 t m
Arrive Columbia,F - 6.3 p m lYle
PARTA3BRO, UNION a COLUMBIA RAILPOAD.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave A!atou. - - - - 12.50 p in
" trother. - - - - 1.2S p i
She ton. - - - - 1., y im
" Jou ville. - " - - 3A; p im
Arrive Spartanburg, " - 4..-2 y u.
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Sp;:rta. burg, K. & D. Dept", 11 12 57 p i
'' t:nitbur, S U.& C. Depor,G l :_ ! m
- Ju i-- ..e - - - "3 pm -
" Uon. - - - 0.6pi
" La.t,ue. - - - 3. in
At rive -t A:tovn. - -
Le:ae Newi. rry. - - - - 5
.Arrave at L:turera C. B., - - 7: at
Leave Lainr:,s C. H., - - - i.;:.in
Arrive :t -r%berrv. - - s 1 p e l
Leave Iloges. - 4.5.- uI
Irriveat. A1,oeville, - -I 4 at
&rave Ae 1viie. - - - - 12.+5 y ,u
:Urrive at llod;es, - - - - 1.:, p in
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDEruoN
.eave Belton at. 6 10 p m
Anderson 6 4; p a
" Pendleton 7.27 p i
.eave Seneca C, 8.0s p M
Lrrive at Walhalla 8.30 p m
eave Walhalla at, - - 9.3-. a in
.eave Seneca D, . 10.:2 a in
" Pendleton, - - 10.39 a m
" Anderson, . - 11.23 a in
trrive at Belton, - - 12.00 a an
IL. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
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. -
3. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Caiolina.
With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West
). With A. & C. Div., R. & D. B, 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
With Wilmington, Columbia and Au,,sta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North. Dfl
With Charlotte, Columbia and Au.,usta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
I. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
I. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C., .+u
rhich is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia. ...
J. W. FRY. Supeririteudr:,t.
31 SLAUGHTER, Genera! Passenger A;;c:t. .
D CAIDWELL. Ass't General Passenger AAt.,
olumbia, S. C.
outh Carolina Railway (fCl a:.
PASiENGER DEPARTIE\ T.
CHANGE OF SCUEDULE.
On and after April 30th, 1882. Pass -nger
'rains on this road will run as follow, un
il further notice:
GOING EAST, DAILY.)
,eave Columbia at -- - 6.25 P. M.
lrrive Cauden at - - - - 9.38 P. M.
trrive Charleston at - - - 11.00 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.) 7
eave Charleston at - - - 7.00 A. M4.
.,eave Camden at - - - - 8.00 A. M.
trrive Columbia at - - - 1126 A. M1.
NIGHT EXPRESS. W
GOING EAST DAILY. W
,,ave Columbia at - -- 9.30 P. M1. Rea d I
trrive Augusta at - - - A. M1. troubli
trrive.Charleston at - - - 8.20 A. M1. Don
GOING WEST DAILY.
.eave Charleston at - 8.15 P. 31. SA W
leave Augusta at.-.-.-..4.45..P. M. FOF
trrive CoTumbiia at - - - 5.10 A. M.
All trains run daily except trains on Cam
en Branch, which are daily except Sun
Sleeping Cars are attached to 'ight
2xpress Trains-berths Only $1.50-between
~olumbia and Charleston. On Saturdays
ad Sundays. round trip tickets are sold to
nd from all Stations at one first class iare
nr the round trip, good till Monday noon O ]
o return. Excursions tickets good for ten
ays are regularly on sale at six cents per Wt.
aile for roundl trip to anal irom all stat ions. ,,
onnections made at Columbia with Col.
.mbia and Greenville Railroadl by train ar- -
iving at t1.28 A. M4., and departing at 5.55
. L1 Connection made at C. C. & A. June
Ion with Charlotte, Columbia and Auguista
iailroad by train arriving at Columbia at
1.2$ A. M4. and departing at 5.55 P. M. to and
rom tall poiants on both Roads, with through
'ullnian Sleeper between Charleston and
Fashington, via Virginia Midland route.
rithout change. Connection made at Char
Iston with Steamers for New York on Wed-.
esda'ys and Saturdays; also. with Savan
ah and Charleston Railroad to all p)oints
onetosare made at Augusta with
'reorgia Itailroad and Central Railroad to,
ndl from all points South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased to all
oints South and West, by applying to
A. B. DESAUssURE, Agent, Columabia.
D. C. A.LLE)N, G. P. & T. A,
JoHN~ B. PECK, General Manager.
barlotte, Columbia & A1ugusta R~. R.
Om.TCE G?.NERlAL P'AssENGEat AGE.NT,
Schedule in effect Septemiber 3. le2:
No. 53 DAILY--MAIL AND IEXPRESS.
eaRve Autrut,a. A. ..............7.a5a :m
rrive at Coumbrnia. B...........11..15 a mn
cavel Coin:nibia. B....... .......:1..-.. a in
rrive~ at Charlotte, C............ 15 p mn
.cave CharIot te.................. 5. p in
rriv.e at Statesville.............7.:5 p tm
No. 47 D)AILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
eave A utusta.A.................. G." p mn
rrive at Columbia. D...........10.25 p in
o. 19 LOCA L FREIGHT, daily except Sundays li
(With Passenger Coach attached.) 11
eave Columbia................00 a mn
.rrive at Charlotte.............. 3.15 p m
No.52 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPREss.
eave Statesville................ 7.00 a m
.rrive at Charlotte.............. 9.05 a m
eave Charlotte. C...............2 200p m
.rrive at Columbia, B............ 6.30 p mt
eave Columbia, B............. 6.37 p mn
rrive at Augusta, A...........10.50 p m Parti
\'o. 4S DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
cave Columbia, D.................15 a mn
rrive at Augusta, A............ 10.22 a rm
0.18s LOCA L FxEIGHT, daily exceptSundtays Mar.
(With Passenger Coach attached )
eave Charlotte................5.00 a m
rrive at Columbia............. 3.32 p ma
A-With all lines to and from Savannah,
lorida and the South and Atlanta, Macon
ad the Southwest. ~1
B-With South Carolina Railroad to and
C-With Richmond and Danville Railroad
and from all points North and Carolna it(
D--Connect with the W. C. & A. R. Rt ror
"ilmington and all points on the Atlantic
nast Lmne. I hat,
Pullman Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52 mi~ortnr
id 53 between Augusta and Washington.
C.. via Danville, Lynchburg and Char- ,
ittesville. Also, on Trains 52 and 53 be- WA
lee'iarlotte and Richmond. -
Numbers 47 and 48 run solid betweeni Au-.
asta and Florence and carry Pullman S1
eepers between 'Augusta and Wilmingtn
ad between Augusta and Wilmington. YlILt
A bove schedule Washington time. g
G. R. TALCOTr. Superintendent. SP
M1 SLAUGHTER. General Passenger A gt, WEg
D. CAR~DwELL. Ass't General Passenger
gent, Columbia, S. C.
sheville and Spartanburg Railroad. All 'e
SPARTANBURG. S C., September 1, 1881i. --
Oln and after Thursday; September 1. 188l1, .
Lesenger trains will be run daily (Sundays
ccepted)1 between Spart.anburg and Hien. Do
~rsonville. as follows:
UP TRAIN. Cl
taveR.& D. Depot at partanbrg..20 p m tl
erive at Hendersonville..........7.30 p mn
tave Hendersonville............. s a mn
rrive R. & D. Depot,Spartanburg.12.(s m .Nov.
Both trains make connections for Colum
a and Charleston via Spartanburg. Union'"""""""
id Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte by ~~
.rLine. JTAMES ANDERS,ON,
Snperinte.ndent any kin
Baa week in your own town. $5 Ontfil .pende
f e. No risk. Evervt hing new . Cap-. w bo die
itI'l not required, We will f-.trnish are also
y on everything. Many are nmaking jare e-nti
etunes. L.adies make as much as men, and ance giv
*ys andl girls make great pay. Readler. if as man
*u want a business at which you can make more ev
eat pay all the time you work, write for referen<
xtroul1ars to H. HAm.IIT & Co., Portland, Gno. A.
tine 48-T7. WasMn
take pl"asure in in.orming-My friends i:.
I the largest stock of
aALL AND WINT
rn, Yntth4 and Bovs, that has ever beit
M tRKEI) DOWN, BELIEVING IN SM
in,- line of
ITS' FURNISHING GOO[
OF ALL THE LAT
n's Suits and Overco;
Youths' Suits ar
: a;:dul c rxtmine may s!o3 w a
rl tro" %1dr!r"1.t'.r !I) [::x . wYl!
osite Grand Centra!,
i u'l tind it wit :: -->u to
a Tain St., it is. :*.ier 1
seful, fresh and a;;riactive t
ew, stylish and lasting, and
),d bargain in D r Goods
give us a tr\ : : W. J.
Y GOODS AN
132. MAIN S
7 STATmE EXYIAi
CIONIRY AND PORTIBLE
From 6 to 200 I
LUABLE SUT-OFF ENGIN
present below a few certificates from ourc
bem, and yon will learn I sell the largest
to keep up steam with my boilers. A I
t fail to write for circulars and prices h,ft
dILLS ('OMPLETE, CORN MILLS ANT)
SETTING, THRESHERS AND SEP.
)UTHEIRN STANDARD COTTON PRE
COTTON CLEAN~ERS, MOWERS AND
PULLEYS, PIPING, JET
JAMES F. J'
ege Street, - -
r GAILLARD is my Agen. for Newbe'rry
AGENTS3 FOR T]
SAW MVILLS, CC
THLE AM[ERICAN -E
Cs wishing the above, address
SPEAKE & BRO.,I
tches, clocks, Jewel-y.
fJIES AND JEWELRY 4'
ie New Store on Hotel Lot.
e now on hand a large and ekgan:
MHS, CLOCKS, JEWERRY,
ver and Plated Ware,
AND GUITAR STRIENGS,
CTACLES ANID SPECTACLE CASES,
INS AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLESS TARIETY.
rders by mail promptly attended to.
hinaking and Repairing
ie Cheaply and witb D)ispatch.
ndl examine my stock and pr ces t
EDUARD SCHOLTZ. '
21, 47-.f aI
,DIERS "n iieo
-nt mothers or fathers of soldiers M
rl from the effects of their service you
led Lt an INCaEAE Carefl asit atirb
en in D)ELAYED or REJECTED CLADIS. Nuw
7 can Ise allowed with but little do tl
idence. Compee itructions with mot
1.qG o, eys-at-Law 1 F S., an
She public generally, that I have pur- A
ER CLOTHING! !
in rb.- "ity, and -h' G') )DS HAVE
LL PROFITS AND QUICK SALES.
IS AND NECK WEAR,
.d Overcoats. 'I
Suits and Overcoats.
- COLUMBIA, S. C.
:fid( so pretty,
eter it too,
ie goods that we keep, m
on our counters are flung,
D TT ITGOr,
:S. C. i
EMES 1;D BOILERS,
ES FOR COTTON GINS. A
h eerq of the BAY STATE ENGINES.
Boilers~ and Best Engines now made. No
engiatcs and. boilers fully warractLed.
re buyi.is. I also furnish
WHEA T MILLS COMPLETE READY
LRATORS. BOSS. COTTON PRESS,
SS. PR ATT GINS, LU~MUS' GINS,
REAPER-, SHAFTING AND T
PUMPS, &c., &c.
r for N. U., S. C., and Georgia,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
County for the Boss Press.
~E FAMOUS i
Einard's T. 0., S. C.
Electioni is Over. E'
or*. go and hear the votes counted at and
GK~i'$ GA LLERY, where the fi:'est Art
-ks th.at have ever been exh.ibited in
ebe'rry, are on exhibition. And while A
r5 it for your pic-ture, and take to your _
ne of their -uperior photographs.
e w.-re ou thait delays- are dangerous:
-u '00 late.
W: ii. Clark feeb confident, after an A
ri::ne- of Siftee-n yeatrs, that he can N
.i a e-u Of work that will please
.haold piccares and er larging to ig
os -- Me'i, 'ieo reducing to the 0
::r~ ,-:riq liyo ok referw Bo
e>--f dhie. pap.-r. B
(1L ARK BRO'S. G
'r in 4.--tf
A. A. THOMAR, St. Cloud build
ti-s before the United Stae J'
General Land Office. Contest
aes private land claims, mining. pre
tiOn aind homestead cases prosecuted E. R.
re thet D'-partm--x.r 01 the Interior and
irem. C'urt ; andI all classes of clainas
re the Executiv' Departm-'nts. Spe
attention given to town-site cases.
Iolan crip bousht an sold.an l
-tf. w. 1. h
bfmlusiness now before the public. 'UU
You can rnake money faster at
work tor us than at anything else.
U 5Capital not needed. We will start
S12 a day and up wards made at home'
~e in<listrious. Men women, boys and
wanteel eve.ywhere to work for us.
ls the time~ l oucan live at home andM
e work No one. can tail to make enor
ii t rns fre Mone mare fas eaSiy
honoaly. Address TRUu J.0 u
VENTION OF THE
E. SAVE 90PER
NT.OF THE LA
R, AND 1)OUBLES
HE VA TE OF
[E MA.NURE BY
EEP'S MANURE AND
HE "BROWN" am
FOR THE ABOVE
Jun. S, 23-1y.
)r COUCHS, COLDS, SORE THI
IONIA, CONSUMPTION, Dises
AXSAM OF TOL
iS MPTIONin its incipient and advan
I LUNGS, but it has never been so advas
E. Its soothing Balsamic properties aff
tern after the cough has been relieved.
A U ON I *"oce**d*c
DICATED article-the enuinehas a-Pi
mits it to be Sold by Droggb ta, 0G
' wrTHOUT SP1
ts TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO.
T. W. WAUE9 & CO., Wh
HIE STUDY OF
he Labor of' Years A
the New Induel
as Opened a ST UDIO
Store for the F
Having Taught this Method In the Noi
e. S. C.. now Offers her Services and tI
W It is impossible to set forth ALL '.
System, in an Advertisement, but inv
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is
It does away with years of drudgery.
It takes the Pupil almost immediately
tinues the same throughout the whole
It is not a superficial method, but app]
any change whatever.
It commien ds itself at once to the educ
This Method Is entirely difflerent from
o,pportunity is offered to all to gain
for Less &e
e Many of my Pupils~ in the Sout1:
ch was~ gainled at a nominal expense,a
This .iethod fulfils the maxim that "~W
lif.: an:d increases usefulness."
'erms, 50 c1
SBooks and Sheet Music wi.
FOR FUETHER PARTICULARS, CAL
eb. 23, 8-tf.
(Successors to Win. F. Naset, dec'd.)
ie undersigned having associated then
a. rogether for the purpose of condue
the INSURlANCE BUSINESS, woul
'\trulv as~k for a continuance of th
n-es- lvl entrusted to Major Nanc<
:aIo any ne business that may offer.
'' JAMES F. GL'ENN.
TENCII C. POOL.
L.. 9, 1881. 32-t.
TO MILL MEN,
od Others Uslag Machinery.
I. Babbit Metal.
ire Cloth for Sieves and Screens.
seet, squ:are and Round Rubber Pack~
Rusia HTemp Paeking.
ie a-nd one 4nd a quarter Rubber Hose
st quality Rubber Belting, 2 to 6 in
ore, any othe~r size at short notice.
dt~ Hook:s andl Lace Leather.
ld]-n MIacin.ry Oil
I Ca'.., Zinc Oileri, Screw Wrencee
All 'at loweat roarkst rates, at
S. P. BOOZER'S
m 1, 224t Hardware .sore
STOKES. JOHN DOnEE
S'TOKES & DORSEY,
PA PE R R UL ERS,
ain Street, Columbia, S. C.
OPPOSITE OPERA HOUSE.
_ .. DISTRIBUTES
MUCK, fA.RL,. ASH
Es. LIME, COTTON
SEED, MANURm a
EVENLY IN DurT '
AND BEOADAS A
AS THE MOWEB_ " -
AND REAPER .
COTTON SEED SPREADE.L
I DAN'L PRATT GINS
AURT & CO.
waneo s. "e
noe & Mart
IOAT, BRONCHITIS, ASTHN
ses of THROAT, CHESTA ,W
Has always been one of the m
.3weapons wielded by the-ME~A~
BRONCHiTIS, - ASTHMA, SOE R
ced stages, and all diseases of the THROAT.
itaeosiy compounded2asfir theTOLI, ROCK;
rd a diffusive stimulantand tonic to build
Quart size bottles, Price $LO.
vdbdealers who tr t vahn Off Rockou&
SU K A YE, wieh Is the
ivate Die Pro1et Stamp each. bo
oeer9 and De ess yb.
ICIAL TAX Oo 103.IQ
,Prpr1tors, 41 RIhwSL chsp,- -
olesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
ceomplished in Week s by
I've MIethod for the
ver R. Y. Leave1P's Furnitr
~eception of Pupils.
th with Unparalleled Sueess; also in Green
to Method to the CITIZENS OF NEWBRY%4
HE ADVANTAGES this Method has over the~>
[te all interested to Call at the Studio- or
so Simple that even a Child of Five Years cen
into the Science of Musical Compositions, psa 3
Course of Instruction1.
les to all Music precisely as it is written, wth. ,
t,ted class of the community.
the Old System.
a Mvxical FAucation ina short- tim amt
i86 than ever before.
are now sucesstully Teaching thisMoh.
rhile my expense for 'fuition alone was FC
riatever shortens the road to learning, lengh..
-s. Per- Lessc..
be Fu~rnzshed on Moderate Terms. -
L ON Oa ADDRESS,
IRS. W. HK CT.A RK,
PARKER'S ijAi 3LSit
most anenin -
A Pue famiyUuasetaeUstigjg u
If you are a mdaanic or ua~ ocat
overwork, or a mother run down bymlraams.
- hold dutses try PAxa's GgTmGE
If youare a , meainwiseerrbrine miane
hausted by menta strain or --xin"e casesdo
take intoxcatng stimniante, hut use PAKZ
If you have Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Kiginey
Urmnary Co 's riyu rtobewt
you can be cured by PAaxan's Gzxosa Tose.
Ifyouare wasting away fromage, denipamr -
Gixura Toac at once; it will muigonnze andel
ruofrom the first dose but willnaever'
thssvdhundreds oflives it may save yeums
4g ne stzes a7t a .nw In M as
-GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZL,
i ret chance to make money.
Those who always take adv
tag&e of the good casces formak
erally become wea ywhile toe do
not Improve such chances remain in pove
ty. We want many men, women, boys ad
girls to work for us right in their own.10o.
calities. Any one can do the work proper.
ly from the first start. The business wfR
pay m.ore than ten times ordinary wage
Expensive outfit farnished free. Noon
who engagens tai's to make money rapidly.
Youz can devote your whole time todia
wrork, or only your spare moments. Fuli
i nformiation andi all that Is needed seil
free. Address STiNes- ? Cb., -uin
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