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SELECTION OF A FARM.
The size of a fr:n should be suited
to the capacity of the pocket-book.
Many young farmers make the
mistake of buying a large farm
with little money to pay for it.
There is nothing that so binds a
man as a heavy mortgage. It eats
the very heart out of the farmer,
and hangs like a leaden weight
upon every aspiration of his wife
and children. It is better to buy
a small farm and hsve enough cap
ital to work it well. As the surplus
increases, it may be invested in
more acres, or in a better culture
of those that have already proved
profitable. There is a size below
which many of the economies of
the farm can not be practised to
the best advantage, and on the
other hand there is danger of going
beyond that acreage where the most
profitable farming may be carried
on. It requires considerable exe
cntive ability to manage a large
farm, and therefore many men are
excluded from such by a lack which
they may not fully appreciate until
the trial has been made and the
failure recorded. Farming is not
like the taking of a citadel, and
can not be done successfully with a
rush and a noise. It is a thought
ful and steady working out from
well-laid plans-a conquest for
crops, and the head must be clear
that wins where the seat of a cam
paign fora lifetime covers townships
or even square miles. The soil is
the foundation of farming, and it
should be fitted to the kinds of
crops that it is desired to raise.
The differences in the nature
and capacities of sand and clay
should be understood, and a fa
vorable mixture of the two ob
tained if there is an opportunity
for choosing. A rich soil, with
proper management, means good
crops at once, but it may be as
profitable to invest much less in an
equal area of over-cropped land,
and bring it up to ahigh state of
cultivation by green manring and
other methods of restoration. The
farm hcouse is to be the home of
the family, and therefore the local
ity for the farm should be healthful.
The richest land for the price may
be on the border of a malaria-breed
i.ng swamp, but the profits of the
Sinvestment may be more than bal
anced by the doctor's bills and loss
of time, not to mention the discom
fort of fevers in the household. It
is important that there be an
abundant water supply on all farms,
both for the family and the live
stock. There are social considera
tions that no farmer should over
look in making a choice of a farm.
He lives not to himself alone ; the
children need the privileges of good
schools, etc.; in short, the comn
miunity should be one in which
sympathy, goodness and intelli
gence prevail.
With a good farm of proper size,
healthfully located, abundantly sup
plied with water, good neighbors,
and a handy market, a man is so
well situated that he ought to
make himself and those around him
happy. Choose well, and hold on
to the choice.-American Agricul
turist for November
MocR Canx TOAST.-A delicious
breakfast dish is made thus : Melt
in one quart of milk about half a
teacupful of butter, a large tea
spoonful of flour freed from lumps,
and the yolks of three eggs beaten
light; beat these ingredients to
gether well. Heat it all together
slowly, stirring briskly ; it must
not boil, or it will curdle and lose
the appearance of cream; add at
least two teaspoonfuls of sugar and
a small pinch of salt. Toast bread
nicely and lay in two dishes, and
pour the hot cream over ; or better,
perhaps, to dip each slice separate
ly and pour the remainder over the
dish.
Isma&s PUDSo.-One quart of
milk, two heaping teaspoonfuls of
Indian meal, four of sugar, one of
butter, three eggs, one teaspoonful
of salt. Boil the milk in the dou
ble boiler. Sprinkle the meal into
it, stirring all the while. Cook
twelve minutes, stirring often. Beat
together the eggs, salt, sugar and
half a teaspoonful of ginger. Stir
the butter into the meal and milk.
Pour this gradnally on the egg
mixture. Bake slowly one hour.
Young men who are good at'
billiards, as a rule, do not make
good statesmen.
* 5stUtoIt05.
STONEWALL JACKSON'S
TODDY.
Having lingered to &he last al
lowable moment with the members
of my family 'hereinbefore men
tioned'-as the legal documents
.vould term them, it was after 10 Of
o'clock at night when I returned to j
"ieadquarters for final instructions,
;nd before going to the General's
room I ordered two whisky tod
dies to be brought up after me. s
When they appeared I offered one
of the glasses to Jackson, but he
drew back, saying : e
'No, no, Colonel, you must ex
case me; I never drink intoxicating v
liquors.'
'I know that, General,' said I,
but though you habitually abstain, Z
as I do myself, from everything of e
the sort, there are occasions-and
this is one of them-when a stim
alant will do us both good ; other
wise, I would neither take it my
self nor offer it to you. So you B
must make an exception to your or
general rule and join me in a toddy 01
to-night.' -
He again shook his head, but, -
nevertheles, took the tumbler and
began to sip its contents. Pre- F
sently, putting it on the table after To
having but partly emptied it, he gr
said. e
'Colonel, do you know why I -
habitually abetain from intoxicating
drinks?' And, upou my replying in
the negative, he continned:
'Why, sir, because I like the
taste of them, and, when I discov- a
ered that to be the case, I made up f
my mind at once to do without
them altogether.'
[Philadelphia Times. 9
A house was burning at Oshkosh, -
Wis., and a woman was left inside.
Her husband cried, 'Five thousand
dollare to the man who saves her!' ?n
A fireman dashed in at great per. fic
sonal risk, and brought her out i
alive. Although the husband is ,
very wealthy, he refused to give a E
dollar of the reward ; but the Su. so
preme Court decides that the offer v
of $5,000 was valid, and that the
money must be paid.
They had been engaged to be
taarried fifteen years, and still he jC
had not mustered up resolution
enough to ask her to name the hap
py day. One evening he called in a ei~
particularly spoony frame of mind, 6
and asked her to sing him some- j
thing that would "move" him. She*
sat down at the piano and sang, a
"Darling, I am growing old."
(North Alabamian.
Snooks went home the other
night afflicted with double vision.
He sat for some time with his usi
sleepy gaze riveted on Mrs. BI
Snooks, and then complacently re
marked : "Well, I declare, 'f you
two gals don't look 'nough like to
be twins." ad
[Indianapolis independent. is
'No Indian ever has his pony (
shod,' observes an exchange, 'and 'a"
yet the Indian department is charg- e
ed with $18,000 worth of horse- 0o
shoes per year.' Oh, that's all br<
right. The Indians hang 'em over -j
the doors of their wigwams to
bring good luck. t
'There is nothing like settling Ei
down,' said the retired merchant, a
confidentially, to his neighbor.1
'When I gave up business I settled E
down and found I had quite a comn
fortable fortune. If I had settled
up I should not have had a cent.
gel
A queen bee lays in the height of ..
the season from~ 2,000 to 3,000 eggs ~
in twenty-four hom-rs. The man
who will discover how to graft a
queen bee on a hen will make money
enough to buy out the whole conti- l
nent in six months. U
This is the way to arrange that
Hindoo paragraph: When a Hindoo
swears, he takes hold of the tail of
a cow. In this country, when a
man takes hold of the tail of a cow s
he swears.--Albany News and
Advertiser.
A man in Western Illinois adver
tised for a wife, his sister answered I
the "ad," and now the young man
thinks there is no balm in advertise
ments, while the old folks think it'e
pretty hard to have two fools in the
family.
A gentleman had his pictui-e
taken recently; cost him two hun
dred dollars, and still he is not
happy. A fellow took it out of the
hal when the latch was up. C
Mirrors 45 by 52 feet and weigh
ing from 1,200 to lk600 pounds
have been lately pla'~ in the
Pais Opan Housnn
.1r_iselaneotus.
rU TTIS
PILLS
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
e present Qeneration. it is for the
re of this disease and its atendsn
g HS.DACK., BiLTOUSAMS 8Y
PSIA. COFSTIPATIOlt PILES, etc., that
Tf.S PLShve gained a world-wide
)utation. No emedy has ever been
covered ta acts so gentl on
estve organs. givingte igrt s
iiaefo. As a naturel rem, e
Ervous Syatem IsBa ed,teNao
Developed. and the Body Bobu$t
u il a3sC1 W"O%7e2'
RIVAL.a Planter at Bayou Sara, L.,says:
rlplantation is in a msl+.rta 1l~cL. For
r yeeI could not make half a crop on
ount of bilious diseases and ohms. I was
KI icugdwhen I began the use of
T The result was marvelous:
laborers soon became hearty and robust,
l I have bad no further trouble.
beyre .o .ente.aeLnIse-. -
s leod fesa poisonous hnaas, a
noe the bowels to act natureDy, wttm"
st which no on ean feel welL
emode and a aoaut lea'.
UTrS HAIR DYE.
saY Ham or W=mna cbanaed to a Gr.oesY
ac by a si aSappCliton fl this DYu. It
parts a natural color, and acts instantaneously.
old e b y D r s s, o r s e n t b y e x p re s s o n re c e ip t
foe, 85 Murray Street, New York.
Dr. TPagS lANUAL of Valusable
knformaten ased Usefual BeeeIpte
se be malfed fnU ona ppteeasw.
PATENTS.
'. A. Lehman, Solicitor of American and
reign Patents, Washington, D. C. All
iness connected with Patents, whether
ore the Patent Office or the Courts,
)mptly attended to. No charge made un
s a patent is secured. Send for circular.
op. 21, 3S-tfw.l.
AGENTS
P WANTED.
e want a limited number of active, en
setic canvassers to engage in a pleasant
d profitable business. Good men will
d this a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY.
luch will please answer this advertise
nt by letter. enclosing stamp for reply,
ting what business they have been en
ged in. None but those who mean busi
es need apply. Address
s a LEY, HARVEY & CO.,
Tov.17,18S0-47-2y. Atlanta, Ga.
PATENTS
tained, and all business in the U. S. Pat
t Office, attended to for MODFRATE FEES.
)ur offce is opposite the U. S. Patent Of
e, and we can obtain patents in less time
tn those remote from WASHINGTON.
end MODEL OR DRAWING. We advise as
patentability free of charge; and we
e No CHARGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN PAT
Ye refer, here, to the Postmaster, the
pt. of Money Order Div.. and to offcials
the U. S. Patent Office. For circul ar, ad
.e, terms, and reference to actual clients
your own State, or County, address
C. A..SNOW & CO.,
OPPOSITE PATF.NT OFFICE,
rul. 20, 29-Sm WASHINGTON. D. C.
7 THE CHEAPEST AMD BEST ! 40
ETERSONS_MASAZINE.
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i The principal premium for getting up
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te 27 inches by 20) for framing. after Mun
tsy's world-renowned picture, "Christ Before
ate," for which the French Government has
t aid 100,000 francs. No such premium was
ir ofrdbefore...et
Choice of Frelums for Getting up Clubs:
e "Christ Before Pilate;" Photograph or
Quarto Album; Extra Copy of Magazine
for 1883.
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'rHasno's M.AGAsrws is the best and cheap'
of the lady's books. It gives more for the
ny and combines greater merits, than any
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ice alf ompetition. In short it hasthe
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BEST COLORED FASHIONS,
BEST DRESS PATf'ERNS,
BEST WORK-TABLE PATTERNS,
BEST ORIGINA L STORIES,
BEST ILLUSTRATIONS,Etc.
'e stories, novelets, &c., in "Peterson" are
nitted to be the best puplished. All the most
mlar female writers contribute to it. In
3. about 100. original stories will be given
I in addition Six CoPIaIOR NovLstTs, b
.n S. Stephens. Frank Lee Benediet, Jane G.
stin, "Josiah Allen's Wife,'' etc. A special
of "Peterson ,' s a lady's book. is its sple n
lly illustrated articles, and especially its
COLORED STEEL P&SEION PLATES
1raved ;.. steel, Twrci THE SIZEL OP ALL
sEs, and superbly colored. Also, Household,
okery, and other receipts; articles on Art Em.
>ldery, Flower Culture, House Decoration
thort everything interesting to ladies.
'axs (Always in Advance) 62.00 A YraR.
O- Unparalleled Offers to Clubs. -M
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unaralleled steel-engraving, "Christ Be
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bopies for 66.50; 8 Copies for *9.00; with
extra copy of the Magaine for 1883, as a
opie for 6.00 Copies for l0.5O with
h an extra copy of the Magazine for 1883,
I the large steel-engraving, or either of the
xtms, to the person getting up the Club.
r Larger Clubs Still Greater Inducements!
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306 Chestnut St.2 Philadelphia, Pa.
7- Specimens sent gratas, if written for, to
up clubs with. Oct. 12, I1-f.
Et. sTOKES. JOHN DORsEr.
STOKES & DJORSEY,
BOOK BINDERS,
aok Boo MaofacIvrrs
--AND
PAPER RULERS,
ain Street, Colombia, S. C.
OPPOSITE OPERA HOUSE.
uly 20, 1882. 29-tf
E. P. GOGGAs. D. 0. HERBERT.
1GGANS & HERBERT,
ttorneysat-L aw,.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
"Strict Attention to Business."
v. 2, 4-ly.
HENY BAYER,
IMPORTER OF
BANANAS,
IANUTS AND ORANGES,
And Wholesale Dealer In
Ippes, Potatoes, Onions, &c.
215 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
p Country orders BoUeited& satsme-am
guaranteed. Nov.S, 44-Sm.
Rail Roads.
Columbia & Greenville Railroad,
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
CoLUMBIA. S. C., Nov. 4th, 1882.
On and after Monday, November 8, 1882, th4
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - * 11.42 a U
" Alston, - - - 12.51 p a
Newberry, - - - 1.55 p I
" Ninety-Six, - - 8.39 p a
" Hodges, - - - 4.26 p a
" Belton, - - - 5.57 p n
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.80 p n
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 11.15 a a
Belton, 12.13 p n
Hodges. - 217 p a
Ninety-Six, -- - - - 8.25 p a
Newberry, - - - 4.50 p a
" Alston, - 5.55 p n
Arrive Columbia,F - - 7.00 p I
SPARTANBUaG, UNION a COLUMBIA RAILEOAD
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 1.(3 p a
" Strother, - - - - 1.43 p n
" Shelton, - - - - 2.10 p a
Santuc,-. - - - - 2.64 p n
Union, - - . - 8.27 p n
" Jonesville, - - - 4.02 p n
Arrive Spartanburg, - b.02 p n
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, H 1.35 p a
" Spartanburg, S. U. & C. Depot,G 1.42 p it
" Jonesville, - - - 2 47 p a
" Union. - - - 3.29 p n
Santuc, - - - 4.'2 p n
" Shelton, - " - 4.43 p a
" Strother, - - - 5.1", p n
Arrive at Alston. - - - n
LAuaas RAILWAY.
Leave Newberry, - - - - 4.58 p n
Arrive at Laurens C. H., - - 8.15 p a
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 9..0 a a
Arrive at Newberry, - - e 12.& p n
ABBJVILLE BRANCH.
Leave Hodges, , - - 4.35 p n
Arrive at Abbeville, - - 5.35 p n
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 1.10 p a
Arrive at Hodges, - - - - 2.10 p a
BLUB RIDGE LAILBOAD AND ANDRESOB
BRANCo.
Leave Belton at. 5,57 p a
" Anderson 6.38 p a
" Pendleton 7.23 p a
Leave Seneca C 8.08 p n
Arrive at Walhalla 8.36 D n
Leave Walhalla at, - - 10.05 a n
Leave Seneca D, 10.86 a a
" Pendleton, - - 11.18 a a
" Anderson, - - 11.06 p a
Arrive at Belton, - - 12.46 p a
CONNECTIONS.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char.
leston.
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad frtm Wilmington and all
Doints 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., E. & D. E. E., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
ton.
With Wilmington Columbia and Au ta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
from Hendersonville.
H. With A. & C. Div., E. & D. E. E., from
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
which is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
J. W. FEY, Superintendent.
N. SLAUGHTa, General Passenger Agent.
D CARDWELL, Ass't General Passenger Agt.
Columbia, S. C.
South Carolina Railway Company,
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after April 30th, 1882, Passengel
Trains on this road will run as follows un,
til further notice:
GREENVILLE EXPRESS.
GOING EAST, DAILY.)
Leave Columbia at - - - 6.25 P. N.
Arrive Camden at - - - - 9.38 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 11.00 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
Leave Charleston at - - - 7.00 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - - - 8.00 A. M.
Arrve Columbaat - - - 1.L26A. M
NIGHT EXPRESS.
GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M.
Arrive Augusta at - - - - A. M
Arrive Charleston at - - - 8.2 A. N
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - -~ - 8.15 P. K
Leave Augusta at - - .5P.M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. N
All trains run daily except trains on Cam
den Branch, which are daily except Sun
S e rsreh attached to Nighi
Exrs ran-etsonly $1.50-between
Coumbia and Charleston. On Saturdayi
and Sundays, round trip tickets are sold te
and from all Stations at one first class fare
for the round trip, good till Monday noon
to return. Excursions tickets good for tea
days are regularly on sale at six cents pea
mile for round trip to and Irom all stations.
Connections made at Columbia with Col
umbia and Greenville Railroad by train ar
riving at 11.28 A. M., and departing at 5.55
P. 1. Connection made at C. C. & A. Junc
tion with Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad by train arriving at Columbia at
11.28 A. N. and departing at 5.55 P. M. to and
from all points on both Roads, with through
Pullman Sleeper between Charleston and
Washington, via Virginia Midland route,
without change. Connection made at Char
leston with Steamers for New York on Wed.
nesdays and Saturdays; also, with Savan
nah and Charleston Railroad to all points
South.
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georia Railroad and Central Rilroad to
and fom nll points South and West.
Through. tickets can be purchased to all
points South and West, by applying to
A. B. DESAUSSURE, Agent, Columbia.
D. C. ALL EN, G. P. & T. A,
JouN B. PECK, General Manager.
Charlotte, Columbia & AuguSta R. R.
OFFICE GENERAL PAssENGER AGENT,
;Schedule in effeet September 3.1882:
NORT HWARD.
No. 53 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
Leave Augusta, A............... 7.35 a mn
Arrive at Columbia. B............11.45 a m
Leave Columbia, B..............11.52 a m
Arrve at Charlotte, C............. 4.15 p m
Leave Charlotte................. 5.00 p m
Arrive at Statesville.............. 7.05 p mn
No. 47 DAILY-MAIL AND ExPRs8.
Leave Augusta, A................ 6.00 p m
Arrive at Columbia, D...........10.25 p m
No.19 LOCAL FREIGHT, daily except Sun days
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
Leave Columbia................. 5.00 a m
Arrive at Charlotte................ 3.15 p m
SOUTHWARD.
NO.52 DAILY-.MAIL. AND ExPRESS.
Leave Statesville.................. 7.00 a m
Arrive at Charlotte............... 9.05 a m
eave Charlotte. C............... .2.00 p ma
rrive at Columbia, B...........6.30 p m
eave Columbia, B............. 6.37 p m
rrive at Augusta, A............10.50 p m
No. 48 DAILY-MAIL AND ExPRESS.
Leave Columbia, D...............6 15a m
rrve atAugsta. A............10.a m
5.18 LOCAL1'EIGHT, daily exceptSundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
eave Charlotte.................5.00 a m
rrive at Columbia............. 3.32 p m
CONNECTIONS.
A-With all lines to and from Savannah,
lorida and the South and Atlanta, Macon
mnd the Southwest.
B-With South Carolina Railroad to and
'rom Charleston.
C-With Richmond and Danville Railroad
o and from all points North and Carolina
entral Railroad.
D-Connect with the W. C. & A. E. R. for
ilmington and all points on the Atlantic
loast Line.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52
td 53 between Augusta and Washing~ton,
). C,, via Danville, Lynchburg and Char
ottesville. Also, on Trains 52 and 53 be.
ween Charlotte and Richmond.
Numbers 47 and 48 run sold between Au
nsta and Florence and carry Pullman
leepers between Augusta and Wilmington
td between Augusta and Wilmington.
Above schedule Washington time.
G. E. TALCoTr, Superintendent.
. SLAUGnTER, General Passenger .Agt.
D. CARDWELL, .As't Gene as senger
gent, Columbia, S. C.
Lsheville and Spartanburg Railroad.
SPARTANBURG, S. C., September 1, 1881.
On and after Thursday, September 1, 1881,
assenger trains will be run daily (Sundays
xcepted) between Spartanbburg and Hen.
lersonvile, as follows:
UP TRAIN.
eaveRE. & D. Depot at Spartanburg.4.20 p m
rrive at Hendersonville.........7.30 p m
DOWN TRAIN.
~eave Hendersonville............. 8.30 a m
trrive E. & D. Depot,Spartanburg.12.00 m
Both trains make connections for Colum
a and Charleston via Spartanburg. Union
.nd Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte by
tir Line. JA MES AND@@ON,
Superinndent.
Efaweek in your own town.*5 Outfit
LLre.No risk. Everybljnew. Cap
Ifltal not reurd.A6wl furnish
peeyou everyig-' Many are maig
rtunes. Ladies moe as much as men, and
oys and girls mnaegea Reader 1f
n wats bn atcan mk
Test tmen you wr,wi4O
gO.Eray.rWre Co.,Pr .
Clothi
CLITH I
I take pleasure in informing my friends
chased the largest stock of
FALL AND WIN'
For Men. Youthi and Boys, that has ever be
BEEN MARKED DOWN, BELIEVING IN E
Fine line of
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OF ALL THE L
GENTS' FI
Men's suits and Overc
Youths' Suits a
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L Call and examine my stock when i
Z All orders addressed to Box 84 wil
Opposite Grand Central,
Sept. 21. 3S-tf
Dry Goods a
Whenever you visit Our C
Just call at that store so ne
you'll find it will pa you
on Main St., it is, Number
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sw, stylish and lasting, ai
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July 27, 21-tt.
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Parties wishing the above, address
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Mar. 80, 18-tf.
Watches, Cocks, Jewelry.
WVTEE AND JEWVELRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
assortment of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRI-NGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLRss vAarETT.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
-EDUARD SCHOLTZ.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
TO MILL MEN,
And Others UTsing Machinery.
No. 1 Babbit Metal.
Wire Cloth for Sieves and Screens.
Sheet, Square and Round Rubber Pack
ing. Russia Hemp Packing.
One and one and a quarter Rubber Hose.
Best quality Rubber Belting, 2 to 6 in.,
in store, any other size at short notice.
Belt Hooks and Lace Leather.
Golden Machinery Oil.
Oil Cans, Zinc Oilers, Screw Wrenches,
be. All at lowest markes rates, at
Jun.!, 22-4t S
ing.
NTARD'S
i KUSE.
and the public generally, that I have pur
rER CLOTHING!
en in the City, and the GOODS HAVE
MALL PROFITS AND QUICK SAILES.
)DS AND NECK WEAR,
&TEST STYLES.
NE SHOES.
oats.
md Overcoats.
s' Suits and Overcoats.
i the City.
I receive prompt attention.
- COLUMBIA, S. C.
sd eVillinery.
apital City,
t and so pretty,
to enter it too,
132.
the goods that we keep,
id everything cheap,
s on our counters are flung,
Young.
0 CT ]T G-,
lE IN
D MILLINERY,
STREET,
IA, S. C.
g, :e.
l. & c -,
TON, S. C.
the Soutb, offer for sale a well selected
3ES, BANANAS,
EMONS, NUTS,
RAISINS,
BAGES, ONIONS,
FUTS,
Wholesale Fruit Store should hive.
with Despatch.
e, ,-e.
& BRO.,
I'HE FAMOUS
EMLPSi 8IfARATOR,
OTTON GINS.
,
FRUIT DRYER.
Kinard's T. 0., S.C0.
A Great Vause of Humian Misery
IS TEE IOSS OF
A LECTRE ON THE NATURE. TREATXENT
b.n RADICAL cure of Seminal Weakness, or
nolntary Emissions, Irpncy erf-s
uias genealb Consumption, EpilepMar
&c.y ROBERT J. ULVERWLL, ..
tuthior of the "Green Book " &c.
The world-renowned author. in this ad
wn experiene that the awful consequn
*"toudaneros*uricaloperations,
ponting out trum ntof cure at one e rti
nd effectual,h by whchevery sufferer, no
are himself cheaply, privately and sad
hYs Lture wi.lprove a boon tof
ny addrun ron rceipt of sxcnts or tw
>ostage stamps. Address
THE CULVEEWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York, N. Y.
Post Offce Box, 450. Oct.12,13-1y.
SOLDIERS nowsuerng f*,e
ne venindDE r lCaaC of
ry evnde eun. b C iitay eric ae eit
iedPE0 G,N Wdores,t-Lawr chiFdt.,
le.et terey- ateso d-rw
ir nlEdWBanIERYS. C.lasit
Hardware,
HART & 00
HARDWARE 1NJ
SOLE ACENT;
LADOW DISC PULVERIZ
THOMAS SMOOTHING, THOMAS P2
LANE HARR(
THE AMERICAN BARBED FENCE WIRA
B
-AGENTS FOE
Genuine Farmers' Friend
-FOR SALE
STEEL BULL TONGUES, SCOOTER S.
BOLTS, GRASS RODS. SINGLETREES,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, CARPENTT
ISTS' and BLACKSMI7
-A FINE ASSORTME
ENGLISH, AMERICAN A
MUZZLE AND BREECH
-STATE AGENTS
KEMP'S MANURE AND COTT
the gree ..strn ,
te..e t ht.m
d.en of the a.
,rm et ded 287s. eod am to.e.
HR Ty iS. b&tf.o.. t 8te. -d
e .aee r
of oboeM4 the D.n ne of m.ate.
Fr n.UtmCSt,*2.d ..L, OA
ain{N G b i..ed h er ensoa
system afndt Stae.ugh hstety bbe r ve. Q a s 1
I. AT atic-t h nuiin nea t m s a PitS ie.
qurt1 tobte tw d by D aeg , a te t oee r n
YgeS .tm y.ete eat. 1awrieeh wever " datet ba@a.ntm atr
ef. te the.6 UmSfnheee gko taar he -dgllr m of2 btettSt
TeLotdeauetW hae .et nd am2.~, D ne. di.tls led lre sIhh S t.q_'
SPREADER WHILE DRIIG T
HART & CO., - - -
Nov. 2, 23-17.
a]ftsceulme
Use Lawrence 1
For COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, 8
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases of 1
IALIrALD TOL I
Has Opned aSTUDIpovera
Streat and adRanced stai<
and LUNGS, but it has never been so advanth et
vYE. Its soothfngBasamie properties af t eth<
system after tWe cough has be en relieved. Quart size 11 4"D
M AIn place oIt n mf osefrtAL TLU,
O S article-theen, invate Die
understand it
pris It i aeSl ostDrmmeda, Gyroe aw
- WITSOVT SPECIAL T.
The TOhe, RO K AND RYE CO., Propr
It W Wo uAl m etho, Whalesale
Th Lb for esrs FAeneotan
aMayomyPsinthe onutivae no
wHicas Opened a STUDIO epese ovier my
Thavn Tauod thfis ethd maIn theath whar U
vnsle.. anow Oferess userfSrves" heMeh
SIlt isBooksinbleetMscwleFr
OR yse,E I PanAeTICULAS, CALL invt alORt
ITb SAVE 8TI. N OE.Iti oSml
unetionisOvr
Not do awday wthe eas oueda.
LAK' tALE hr the fuilotimeitel Arto h
corkns tht sae eteroughon exbthed inCu
Ier st a youprficueand to,ta pie to your
toe comend of eftonet theirsuerouctg ated las
ThsWewanythiaetielys diaren fagromus:Ol 5
Ano~oer it y i t o fe e oalt anaMsc
Mr. W H. ark f oel cofiet, Eftes an
perien of fmfee Pupils, the Sothaeno
rwduc awass ne wotat a wil pesewiem
DOLLARS perc Leaston.
Thi d esired fide lso t edaing ta Wthe es
Talerm as,ecialty.
F ooksyl and ualit Muiork, ree F
OL AKMBR' .
Feb. 10, 46-tf.
Eetieore ihe Ovier.tte h
NwGoner Land otie Contet and
4OcasesKivt landwhr thems miin;s, pr-t ee
Wptron tand haveseadr baes prosected thb
ewerey thearenehton. Ahnderior and
uree Co ourctund and classe oyourm
efores sthe ofxeire Dueriptogrps. e
We waof rn p ogt eay r nd eos
ereeit isc aet akP
Tr.hos C who felws cniet, ade an
pou ea cls ofhe ogt tha wilre e
rald gierect wea ie th d
eopyintl men,ur s and e.Jgn
alest An oeca heo
r smtyle ands qalty The wbusinrr to
ye edioro th tims ordinary
Nov 10,46tft funseare
Generalev Landh OfieCnetM
e ornh Exeuiv s pare nts.Spm
MPANY,
ERCH _.
5 FOR
ING HARROW,
7L VERIZING HARROWS
UFFALO STANDAID SCALES
and A.very Plows~.
!'WIS'ERS, SHOVELS. HEEL
TIN WARE WOOD WARE,
,RS', COOPERS', MACHIN
'HS' TOOLS.
NT OF
ND GERM AN
LOADING GUNS.
FOR
)N SEED SPREADER.
MANURE SPREAOE:
Pulverizer and Cart Combined.
[n DrflingaCottoanSeedforFerdlsersit wia..
)the S
a DosenIEad.
Ib. aosombtIIt tle11 be 60". by3w Cnne,e ,, umu
aepi 9ii P M of =2MM Sat aa udliud6 &V pl2ae0 2r
'e,%i. 1 LSb aCbsS &lllpQeto" __hvPe.&
uetbtnua Zsla&eW.m a n.efDoiy:+ ..te
ALSO BROADCASTS.
Charleston, S
L Marti's
RONCHITIS, ASTHMAj
HROAT, CHEST AND,U
lways been one of the mostIe
us wielded by the MEDICAL Pr
tthe encroachments of COUGHB
CHITIS, ASTRMA, SORE.
and a!l diseases of the THEO
eompounded as in the TOLU,
dive stimulant and tonic to built
bottles, Price $1.00.
alers who to off Rock and:
ROCK Ewhich Is-theG
wihP ppriearyy Stamp on each bods,
ers Everywi e,
aZ OR LICENSE.
tor, 41 River St.,
.ents, Charleston, 8. C. '=
[0 SflLPLIFTEK>
;Jshed in Weekos by .
[ethod for the -
CL Claris
. Y. LeavelP's Furnitten~
mf of Pupils,
aparalIeled Snecesa; also in: Green
1 to the CITIZENS OF NEWBEERTY
STAGES this Method has over the
:rested to Call at the Studio, dr.Send
that even a Chile of Five Years em.
cence of Musical ComposItions, and~
Instruction.'
du.sc precisely as it Is written, with
of the community.
itemn.
1 FAustion in a shzort time and
Mvr before.
successifulTaching' thIs Mto. .
~xpense for tonalone was .FOUR
Lortens the road to learning,lut
Per- Lles so
mshed on Moderate Terms.
ADDRESS,
W. H. CLARK1
Newberry, S. C
PARKER$
BlAIR -
remed and -
dandre
nalIalcolor . -
*ans .
OLOGI -
Anhesuityan.
saadteMa -
PARKER'S
NCER TO
rgo2flg Meds ihatsw
s elous combinationo
isnes, Pma
~rTnic. Itwill0a,aad
mvynealfeandvigar. - --
100 ~O L ZtsARS
or 'gnams innad in inger T
IRuiness now before the pubf
TYou can make money laster.
1 tanoneded . -
$2acland uwardsagradesat
Inutiu.'en women, boy.u.
wanted everyhere -to work O'
Ste time. loucan live at homel
work. No one can tail to maker
pay by enaigat once. CostyOU
tfrms7te.M ney made tsay ,

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