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JJAT J14 A. BREED?
Dr. D. D. Halsted answers the
aboAqw. qusto a follows in the
December Amencan Agriculturist:
When any kind of farmaniinas
tbrogra series. ofi enerations,
and they have biecome so firmly
ixed aes-to be transmitted-totbe
offsping, with a great degree of
er yi n ch anim als t ken col
lectirely .constitige:a,breed. The
time that it has taken to develop
and impress these breed character.
cwy longn some
wh other breeis have
sprwgg.j.ug i a few generations.
The work -ofstabhing's good
breedis adifficult one, and demands
rhgjialities in gthe
E allhis effoit tend In other
- a:mo.st have a-clear con
the good pits d
is alsoA m0 s
na - se aeds
b. bito deir
em d thi aa fols-o a know
g t is peenliar, and 'ajrdg
S nfC0O. WEithodi
beautyon m or
s or, to the negect of
yet 851 'pndu
oicetj erwuld not
By a'wise selection of animals
fr some paticular points, it may
seof Qthers, with.
great care in getting'offiyring,ind
ktabundant- good Sppd;
~pemaene of aay1 kidif
* yb produser Thi
some variation, -even among well
- iin~i he ,must follow
seeoiaie in bree~~g ~and fal
waediet te best.' ~In answea
toTlie guestion put at the heading
~A bree&=sM sa ae of sji
- sertain chara ra
om lying downonteud
hard floor, neglect in meniigs !
ContinUd fricuion wihth
ofr th hand oi.a proves of
vice in veducinlg hardwess
- welling of the ndder. Such c
diin of the- udder is gene
y of a chronic iiature, slo'
reductlin and often not red
able by any means. Beside frict
a smell portion of the follow
- nient may be applied mor
and evening, but only to the
dened parts. The udder shi
bcarefully 'washed before
half an ounee of~iodine, two ot
ofglycerine, two ounces of
curialojintment and two 0i
ofnov oil; mix. The I
shud be kept eorked in a
plc nd the contents wR
beoWdse. -t would be ben
in the beginning of the dise
giethe COW a laxative dc
medicine, such as a pound
half of epsomi salts, dissolve
quart of hot water, to whici
tion add a pint ofnmoses
once of ground ginger. II
be much difficulty in drawi
milk from the agfected quart
careful use of a milking t
to be recommended.
It is said that an equal q
offresh sirts ofvitiol an
jice will take, the stinss
arl.Shake the mixture
a ettle, wet the spots, an~
few mninutea rub-with a so
MAN AND HIS BUTTONS.
iMe ed. of SeviWgthem On,and the.DifM
Iid you ever see a man in the S
iolitudi and privacy of his study 2
attempt to sew a button on by him- at
iaef? It isVin- 1its details, one ue
of the most interesting perfor- t
aances in the worl& First, he
-innts for a button. Generally to
sacure it,. he robs Peter to pay o
Paul, ad.uts. from another gar-- z
ment. This 6utton may be much 1
.arger or much smaller than the
size he Is -wearing. Next, he hunts
a ijeedle. Probably he goes out
and buys a paper of-needles. He A
always chooses the largest needles,
having an; impression that large ti
needles will sew stronger -than F
small needles. ~As to thread, be r
gets the coarsest he - can find,
and this he- doublese He would b
threvdEisZ-ee 6e He takes his
big needle inonehand -and his
coars~black thread in the other.
He bites off the thread to a de
sired length. Then he tries to
twist.it .to a fine point. Generally
Si1e succeeds in making two,
41d11&soetimes three, fine points
oat of one end. Of course he can't
ge lthese fine points through
the-naedle's eye at once. He tries
hard~tc maEe that needl an
tbr gp on friendly term -with
each other, .tat they won't. They z
don't iant to get acquainteA
Thy diot wish^to have anything
to do with eakh other. Sometimes e
it i&.tly needle that kicks.; -some-,
Stiieephe thread.. Sometimes be- O
imagids he has really threaded his W
needle. It is an.occular delusion. wA
ThIthegd has missedtbe needle's
Aeye61 ialf an inch. It is harder in
w-~k fiAn sawing wood. Atlast
te iedle is -threaded. Now lie C
tries to sew the buttoa.on without
takiing his troasers off. his proves '
a frk He twists 4imseliinto
an . ortble position, and so
w6ddFW . But he can't iwso.
e rime: the seedle into himself,
- an zh.eonfiary thiead Al.ays
insists Wa fo*ing,or in ddEbling
:around the neit button. Tlie"ine
part of the doubled thread'onfL
work harmoniously with the oth.r q
pa4.0 One part draws throdgh the
button's eye.first and leaves the
~otier part behind. Then it gets
hitched: up and the embassidor ah
swears. Or the needle .breaks. g
And then he siwears. He may n6d
swa audibly. But the recording ._
angi.l knows what is going on -ins
side of him, and debits him wt
every item. He. sews hard. H kih
has forgotteai all about the n
fo at- be.H' e's head and i
ures his thumb or runs.imder 1
Sthe nail. By and~ by hesews the
Sbutton's eye full of thread. Hil
big needle won't pass through any
Smore. He~ must stop. He ends by
winding the thread as many- times
as itwill go under the button. And
perhaps he leaves off with two or
three inches of thread stic - w
ctches - aine here everyo
ime. At last the button is sewed
on and he is proud of his work.
( New .York Graphic. -
ROBERT s OER TIFICATE.-'Have y'ou
Robert had been seeking a situa. t~
'ion for almost a week ; and, now wit
'at he had-at last met with some
0ng that promised success, he eve
as nervous - as a boy can be. ani
f 'hand went down in his jacket 2
e - -a handkerchief, a strap, fcr
G, H.ecommendtion 1e emp-go
ig poethier pocket and anoth~er
ing but - n - y
ar a it is;suppose;yo Dt
ald Wi on t he floor,' said s
eak' have droppe
es the gentleman wh u an
er- by, waiting, as a bit of papL
nctered to the floor.
ttle 'No, sir ; that's only my pledg
cool Robert answered, stooping to pi
ten up the paper.
fcial 'Your pledge' -:
wet Yes, sir. My temperance pledg
'e o MayI seeit !
d a Robert haded it t hima
~in a tinued his search for thetfmss'
solu- paper, growing more nervous
a an the search proceeded. Yd
there 'Never mind, my boy., I d
g the need ay further reference,' said
e the gentleman, after reading the pl
ube is 'I am willing to trustSa
puts his name to a prI
this. That boy is his ho
iantity7 ence.' - like
ut oft- A smooth bore.
well in feared on the
after a Istill terrible i -~jto bej
c(loth, tumn. / Aeld,. but isj,
/ .editor's sane
zo peof Heibe an,Mjftclginiu proa
t,reate the substance of the
.010 Wbrm, U1
at licsn themBrrnm!'"Tbe4,ind formna El
oting coating, which relieves the ft- d
tation that cu.s the cough. It cleanses
te lanof all impurities, strengthens
Lcnwa. enfee bled by disease,ivigor
c531e Cireulaun of-the , and braces the
rroussyst.m. Slight colds often end inT
znsumtion. Iis daissonto neglect
':2.TApply the remedy promptly. A
ito twenty yeairs warrants the asertion tbat
oremedy hasever been found that is as
mmpt initsedectsius TUT EXPECTORAkT.
single dose rases-the hlegm, subdues
La,mr.tion.aad its use xpe(hny cures theiufowt
stiae cough. A pleasant cordial, ehl
ren take it readf. For Croup lt'La
xal3uabic and shio; be&n rvery family.
In 25c. and 61 nottles.
CT DIRECTLY ON THE LIVER.
Cures Chilis and Fever, Dyspeps-.
'Ok MeMa.Che,3lidUs Col;E.'obst a
on,Ples; PalrAtationtc Aj
ffeart, DiZZiness,orpid 1iver. and
ry we." a iinele pill stimulates the s'm:ch,
storesthe app" tc,i:npamrts vigor to t.o eycm.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYSI
Da. TtrT:--De-r S: kor ten y.ars I haTo.
en a martyr to Dy%pepaic., Constipatiou'and
ile. Lratpryourpillaere ommLended A
me; 1 - se:a a (but with lite faith). I am
>w a we! :nau, have good appetite, digesticu rA
trieet, reigular stools, pI-s gone, and I have A
Lined *ty poundssolidlesh. They areworla Le
.r weirltin d.
REv. r..S,.SImPSON,LcuisviRe, Ey. A
(Mce, 25 Murray St.. VewTork. U
Dit. T MANU AL of Usefa'
BeepsF Eon appca?lnn. A
lend a roughsetch or a
model of inven on to
Washington, D. C., and a Preli l
PXainataon will be made, without ie
charge, of all nItdStates th
ws class of inventions andS you 1-9r
ather or not.a atent can be o n
G morent paten$ble,
LwInpsrequired by the GovueuLnt Thistlsa A.
A when 'plcto smd.When alwd
and the final Government fee
20)i parable. An attorney whose eends on
success obtaining aPatent willnot is
t your Invention is patentable unles itreully is
fr as his best judgment can determine; hence,
x can rely on the adiLie given apter a preliminary
Lmination is had.IDiesiMn Patents and QAe
Wistration of Labels, Trade-Mark, ad B.
-Issues secured. Caveats prqared m filed.
Plicationsin reviv ofRejectad Abandoned, C.
Forfeited Cases made. If you bare undertakeni
ecure.yourown patenband 4 as'llibl band
gof the case may lead to success. Send me a D.
itten request addressed to the Commissioner of
ents that he recognise Gzoz E. LImxoN, of E.
sington, AD.. as yonr attorney in the case, gly
the titleof the invention and about the date of F
gyour application. Antxauination and report
z emo kithW-e Remember, this o2fce has been
sincel5,and reference canbe
en t clients in almost every county in the
. Pamphletrelatingto Patents free uponrequest.
1EORGE E. LEMON, G
torney at law an So tor of America H.
,. andFoeg P tnt,
Fifteenth Street, WASMNGTON, D. C. S
tenton this papr. W
K. P. GoGGANS. D. 0. HERBERT. 3
ROGGANS &HERBERT, *
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NEW YOE, 2888,
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tsons, among others :
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muracy whatever ha for human
id; the even and misdeeds,
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ense-all the news of the busiest world at
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bree hundred andi sixtiy-five day laten
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5 ten with
UN, N4. Y. City.
a" AND (IRANPES,
SAnd Wholesale Dealer in
PPles, Potatoes, Oulons, &c.
215 East Bay,
CHA&RLESTON, S. C,
w Country orders solicited and satisfac
ion gnaranteed. Nov. 2, 4-1-3m.
j poleare always on the look
out frchances to increase theIr
earnings, and in time become b
wealthy; those who do not Im-a
'rove their opportunities remain in pover- A
v- We offer agreat chance to make money,
re want many men, women, boys andgll
:> work for us right ini their.own loities,
ny one can do the workprperly from the
rst start. The businessw1pamoe ha
mn times ordinary wages.-xesv out
t furnished free. No one who e~
ti to make money xapidly. You de
ote your whole time to the work Ool
onrpa.re moments. Full information s
3tar sA frdAddres grzx
slambla & Greevile Raffroa
.CoLM(W*A. 8C., Nov. tly,1882
)n aniaftMonday, November 8, 1882.
LSSENGER TRAINS wiUnas herewith;
ated upon this road and itsbrauches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
aye Columbia,A - - * 11.42 a
Alston, - - 12.51 p
" Newberry, - - - - 1.56 p
Ninety-Six, - - - - 839 p
" Hodges, - - - 4.28 p
Belton; - - - - 5.57 p
rive Greenville, - -- 7. p
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Greenville, - - - 11.15 a
s Belton, -1243
" Hodges. - - 217 p
" Ninety-Six,---- - 8.2 p
" Newberry, - 4.50 p
" Alston 5.56 P
rive Columbia,x - - p
LRANBUREG, UNION a COLUM3IA kAILZOA
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
ave Alston, - - -- - L.B p
Strother, - - - - 1.43 p
Shelton, - - - - 2.10 p
Santc, - - - 2.50
Union, - - - 3.27;
Jonesville, - - - 4.02p
Tive Spartanburg, - 6.02 p
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Spartanburg,R. & D. Depot, H 1.35
Spartanburg, S. U. & C. !)epot,G .1.42;
Jonaville, - - - 247
Union. - - - 3.29;
Santuc, 4.t2 p
Shelton, - - 4.48p
Strother, 51.- - - .
TiVe at Alston. 5 50 V
ae Newberry, - t- - 4.58;
-e at Laurens C. H., - 8.15;
aRe Laurens C. H., - - - 9.u:,
,rive at Newberry, - - * 12 3:
aye Hodges, - - - 435 p
-rive at Abbeville, -5.35 p
ave Abbeville, . - - - 1."i p
vire at odges, . - - - 2.10;
SLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND AIIDaRso
aye Belton at. 5.57 p
Anderson 63 sP
mendleton . 7.28p
aye Seneft C, . .1S p
rive at.Wlhsla 8 - 5 V
aye Malhilla at, - - 1.5
ave Seneca Da 10.3; a
Pendleton, - . U.18 a
Adoania, - 1(6 p
ive at Belton- 12.46 p
With ith0arolina pii1roadfrom Chi
With 2&Ai1Vio, Columbia and Au.uj
'alroiid Trom'Wilgiidngtda anid
Wit C' 'Cosumbia,,and Auguw
Malad fiNIe and''a-poir
With A-be 1' Iie
for points in Western North Carolina,
Wi!h A. & C. Div. R. & D. E. E., from:
points Soath and West.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. 1t., from J
lanta and beyond.
Wit South Carolina Railroad or Charlk
^With Wilmington. Columbia and Augus
Rai!road for Wilmington and the Nort
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augus
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
With Asheville & -Spartanburg Railro
With A. & C. Div., E.& D. E. E., fr<
Charlotte and beyond.
tandard Time used is.:Washington, D.
Ich is fifteeu minutes faster than Columbia.
.. * - J. .-.. F&rY;Saeift4iL
Oiin.emeAl Faienga Agent.
I.CARgwKLt, Ais't Geeral Passenger Ag
"mb'sT0. C. . - -
il Carolnna Raniway; Corna.ag
CHINGE OF SCHEDULE.
ft ankd alter-A&pi - SD(, 1WqJ? aswe*
Lbnabn tdS dwll ran. as ftllw
GOING EAST, 'A=LY.)
,ve Columbiaat - - -- -.25.
dve Camden at -- -' - 9.38 P.
dveharlestoanat. - - -. .00-P. I
Charlestonat -~ - . 7.00 A.J
aadat - - - - S.A.a
w.eeobiMbia~ t - -.- 9.30 P.1
dve Augusta at - - - - A..]
dive Charleston at - --8.20 A.]
-GoING WEST DAILY.
wve Charleston at - - - P
ve.Auusa at* --.- - 4.5?P.
dvClmi:ki - -5.10 A.3
rarn daily except trains on Cal
which are daily except San
Sl.eeping Cr i,&ced toNlg
uinbla and Charleston. -orf da
nd Sundays, round trip tickets are
nd from all Stations at -one first class
ar the round trip, good till .Monday n
o return. Ercursions tickets ga-for
ays are regularly on sale at six cents
Ifle for round trip to and from all statlc
onnections made -at Columbia with 4
mbia and Greenville Railroad bytrain
tvingat1128 A- M., and deprigat
.-M. Connection made at C. & A.. J1
on with Charlotte, Columbia and Augm
ailroad by train arriving at Columbia
.28 A. I. and de at 5.s5P. PJ.
em all points on both
n1lman Sleeper between
~ashington, via V em
ithout c .or New York C
ston wi y- also, with
daeaton Ralodto all
.ections are made at Augs
Georgria Railroad and -Central-B.l
and from all points South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased
points South and Westr byapying I
- A&. B. DESAUs Agnt, oh
D. C. ALLEN, P&
JomN B. PECK, General-Manager.
Charlotte, Columbia k Augusta
OFFICE GENEa..L ABssENGaa AGE2
Schedule in e@c Setember 3, 1882
No.53 DAILY-MAIL AND ERREs
Arrive at Columbia, B.............t
Leave Columbia, B..,,..........g
Arrive at Ch-trlotte, C..........
No.47 DAILY-MAIL AND RfEis:
Leave Augusta. A............... c
A rrive at Columbia. D............10
No. 19 LOCA L Flin-mair. d aijy exceytSm
('A ilh easenger Goach attached.
A1rrive at I.harl0-te...............;.
.SOU rH WrAlED.
No. 52 D)A1LY-1.uL AND Exy'agsm
Leave Statesvie................. 7
Arrive at Charlotte.............. ,
Lev Charlotte. C............. .:
Arrive at Columbia, B............3
Leave Columbia, 1- .--..........G.
Arrive at Auut,A-...........10.5
o. 48 DAIL.r-MAuL AND EXRss
Leave Colutubia, D.-............
Arrive at A ugusta. A- .....-......10.2
No.18 L'CAL FR EIGHT. daily exceptSui;
(With P'assenger Coach attached.)
Arrive at Columbia............,.. g
A-With all lines to and from Savar
Florida and the South antd Att,nta, )i
and the Southwest,
B-With South Carolinz Railroad to
C-- With Richmond and DanvilHe Ralil
to and from all ints North adCr
Central Railroar an.a
D--Connect with the W. C. & A. E. E
Wilmingtn and all points on the Atis
Pullman Sleeping Cars on Trains No
and 53 between Agsaand Washing
D. C., via Danville,Lybhu andC
Iottesville. Also, on -raand 5;
bween Charlotte and Richmond.an5
Numbers 47 and 48 ron solid between
saand Florence and carry Puan
ree between Augusta and Wilin
Abovten Augsaand W1Jlgtoe
G. B. TALorr, uprned-4
Ii. SLAUGHTERx, General Paeegej
D, CARUDWRLL, Ass't General ra,
kgent, Col~ubia, S. C. '
tshevile and Spartaaber.g 7FlM
On and efter Thrsday,Spo
assenger trains will be run '~
icepted) between Spartanb"y n
*ersonvlfle, as follows'
eave R. & D. Depot at abug.2
rrive at Hendersonv e....-7 3
eave Hendersonville....... .
Both tr smak oneetinsfo- Col
La and Charleston via Spartanburg. U,
ad Columbia and Atlanta,d 0e
fr Line. . Afi3- .A.NDU2RSON
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct 25, 43..C
do The Grot
A LARGE THREE STOR
IOnly Hotel with Electri
Only Hotel with
CENTRAL OFFICE OF TE
in . PROPRIE
.D. This-commodious and spacious Hotel is n<
k The Furniture of every description is New
m persons patronizing..the establishment. at home
a The Rooms in this Hotel are spacious, wel
V Hotel in the up country.
m One of the BeA's Sample Rooms in the Stat
AU horses entrusted to our care will be wt
m The Table sh,l.be furnished with the ver:
IiL ML. HI
V? I take pleasure in. iaforming my i:iads as
m chased the wrgetst-rtck of
M FALL AND WINT
M For'7-e-, Y,nth: :tnl bu , .v .-rbe
m BEEN MAKED DOWN. I:Ef, T:' R IN S'A
Fim:- line of
2 GENTS' FURIN I G 0011
'Or %IL TBE LAI
I ' GENTS FT
Men's 3uits and Overco
Youths' Suits ai
If'G ll and examine my -stoi 'nen in t
j All orders addre,sed to Hr S4 will r
Opposite Grard Citral,
Dry Goods au
henever you visit Uur Cal
ust call at that store so neat
-Y.ou'll find it will.pay you to
.- - a Main St., it is, Number 1
L Jsefl, fresh and attractive t
~ ew, stylish and lasting, and
ood bargains in Dry Goods
: O give us a trial asks WY. J.
d1 July 27, 91--t.
Pt ll - --- - -
an Parties wishing the above, address
SPE AKE & BRO
. Mar. 30, 13-tf.
AM '8 Y. CULBREATE.JW. ERNEST XERCHANT.
t": CBULBREATH & MERCHANT,
..Attorneys - at - Law,
**Of NEWBERRY, S. C.
~ ~ Will practice in the State and Fed
ner eral Courts. Aug. 10, 32--Gm.
181 Growing Sugar Csue and in need of
ays .CANE MILLS AND ET APORATORS,
'mi: find it to their interest to call on me
bye:cre making purchases, ae I am agent for
p mn o- of the 5heapest and best Factories in
apm S. P. BOOZER.
um -J,uly 19, 29-4t.
NEW YORK gfOFFINR
.Eveybody is delighted with the tasteful
ad beautiful selection made by Mrs. La
entmes New Fall circular jus issuaed.
.Adress MBS. ELLEN LAMAR,
877 Broadway, New York.
Y BRICK BUILDING.
.c Bells in Newberry
E", S. C.
w open and fully prepared to entertain it
and no effort will be qpred to make al
lighted, and-the best ventilated of anq
:11 cared for at Christian &Smith's Stables
) PER DAY.
best. Nov. 2, 44-1y.
d the public gen'rally, th&t I have -par.
in th-- (ity, and tho GKtD;. HAVE
.;.LL PRO Fil'.; AN D QUI CK 600
1AND NECK WEAR,
Suits and Oveioats.
tceive prompt attentiou
- COLUMBIA, S. G.
and so pretty,
enter it too,
he goods that wve keep,
on our counters are f
BIA, S. C.
,Kinard's T. 0., 8.0C.
Undershirts and Drawe:
Will Cure Rheumatism I
Andare manufactued by.
166 [lng 8t., -chai1estoe 8,
AT: VERY. REASONABLE RATES.
A $c8eool large Ptou! h.o ju'stif
ladies who will t~axre ish brunslji
Latin. MIus~ic ont Piano, Organ and Guki
Kindergarten System Galischenics a
For furthrer information, inqunire a -
Sept. 28, 39-cf.
do bero1 e.*nwm
a lel areeir
will furnish youeveytis. -ayTa
Z AbOW DISC ItUkLER.IZ)
TOMAS K OOTHTG, $MQMASP6
THE A MHRRIAH BABAEDFENRW
Genuine Eaxmers' iend
STEEL BULL 2VNGV 'SCOOTERs 2
BOLTS GBASS BODS SINGLETRES,.
ZOUSEREPINYG GOODS, CABPENTE
ISTS' ard BLACKSMT
. -A.FINE ASSOCTME
MUZZLE AND BREECH
KEMP'S MANURE ANOCOTI
at . -h t asam.. .
ofwandtbuw u o
bor cuc.s,.*ns oEr rOA B
by bm& ZhwamagoIb *am,U
to= m Do: t dog dcrb eie d
ECART &C. 2
ForCU thSe Store8 Ae wATeLL
Sive sanelebao re
gystem after the -ozhbwsenelvd uras
bwtb deceived ~
-A iTA e.aola.
y IOINAD UIRD STRHOLTZ
A Greatces e eD-abn miresr
AXD ADIC L ES orAseialZ anes,.
__ voluntary mad.il o.Impl teny, ter.
Wous Deility an ept'o-air
SaFit:Ma and Pniemystckan rincpsit
SAthreai-th "aren ook "ua Mi.e.j
oA Lexperenc t~ h:d tE.wu ccaAequen
w ~Aith dangeos surical o'perationor
bouge, ntruments ringsce by coriais;56
pl,ontr ou mo of ctency, cer
and~ eectul, byd wichpevelrysterer,r
ialely, al;(flUR~t~~ jle~y
aifhr Thi Lte ~~il rov e.abont
The ousa d and tow uss,nd . iiti t
many.ddress, orece.ipt osix ~ een s w
postg 01sIrb :tams. AddessfcuLI~envd c
bougi~, lt1nnt, Newg or. cordaY.
g s rfrebmeel Box , privct.l an, ra-.
thosadsard he IsCitu8 *
posag - mp.ee.es
A PESOKS R R U RST
D. Main Street, Columbia, 5.' C '
Aweek made at homaby the indu
tous. Best business now before
r, us. o ai 00 time. ucawon
spare time. your whole time to the
buies. business willpsyo
nearly as well. No one can fail to -a~ en. AE
outt and ei re oe made fast Nc
easily, and honorably. Address TaUz I:
CO., Augusta, Maine. 47-y
mioe Swede's Iron. - B
e.fisted Tir/1roa,-1 to- 2-inebes. ii su
Dad. Hoopi Round, Squarel and Oma Bel
Irons, in fll stock, at lowest market prices, G
* BOOZEE'S HARD WARE STORE- - ec
No. 2 '9wer's New Block.
Mar. 30, Sn-... j .u
FAE S13 *DAg
gt1dE A SOFL -
VIff WARE; WOnDW
-Sas eah ouObs @ias _
n e Y.a.
& c strC
~a &smiers. - -
knt'ee obtain t
Lta thow Dredoft om
tente ndy eens .
k,ad toe h
r Diubls .. and o
om gne,:Se eeenamni
tems rfeeJo.cc ei
td MODE OLrhMsist. W2
atnabflyreea ornd] b*
St-oba n s ther
tem.ad fner sto -~ za
di isld iers, Tsn Sc ej
all at owes mark