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activity and rest is a
natur ,Jor every part of the
?ospt 'the heart and blood
aed for the mind also.
w can not be violated with
or less harmful resulte,'
-.they are noticed or not.
^."n stomach must 'have
4 rest, or it will weaken
: faiL It is in one sense
u that supplies the
::body with.nutriment. The
e to work as long as there
in it to grind. An or
iieay meal requires 4 to 5
-' '~Ii being dissolved, and sent
to the system ; in weak stom
timeis needed. Then the
wants quiet and rest of at
eq.;~h~ioa'r o'rtwo to recuperate
- whieh the other parts
abod and the mind naybe
Y -rule, ni less than
; pq $s old intervene between
.lnch of any kind, even
if put into the stomach
has disposed of the pre
' alandested, is harmful
tween meals, nibbling
csg, fruit, at :anything
must ,s digested, keeps the
-work, and it robs it of
needed. Even:beer
i drinkerhaveto be di
1L efeliig of faintness, of
?pezieeced in the hays
comes from
of a he arty break
hin brat,' by reason of
a ressing beat, is
:Bnfits te tomnaeh
r net, meal the
tooat thelunch ;
too weary to go
. l est 1ior 20
- er- taking food; then
- more, and gradu=
-1. tone's full measure
1tention to these
1 'w wonderfully increase
u ~0t of fvork, menrtal and
* :ewieh ome gan accomnplish
ayear, or serse of years.
EAnrcan Agriculturist.
t?~~T~yg rocK ni WINera.
~irnanimals at this epson
diectly o4pendent upon the
sieC'g~ attention of the farmer.
b glies the winter'with pro6t they
~ asbe well kept. Animals are
. r~picate.engins, and must
careful engineers. The
tAhey receive is the fuel, and
- daiiy..rxbbing, claig etc-,
%y- be Nened' to theinspection,
-ssning- and oiling of' the.engine.
'~'hfnel inust be equal to the de
ha-ssisdae of the animal engine,
he the machuidery will be run at a
~ ~advantage, .and therefore with
i.i nilmed profit. When the water
35i mosa the arewuImos out, hue
~gne is asorceeof loss to the own
sr On the other hand thefire may be
biged the boiler well supplied,
' buumeserew isloose,or a part rubs
mnotjer too closely and the friction
liius jroduQeed neutralizes, much of
aloe. So in the animal ma
ceinte, all the parts must work har
nenions'y together, por in~ other
words-there must be perfect health
to obsain +.he-best results.- An ani
unl may have the best of food in
samicient quantity, and still pass a
hard winter, and without profit to
a itowner.7 Food of the best kinds
without'shelter, is in the animal
eiiony like fuel in an engine
~tat-is rusty and loose and out of
order. Both are expensive meth
ode of arriving at desired results.
U5 lakes too much fore, to run the
dchine in both cases. As it is
inprto have a good engine
,.kept in .good -order, so it is
ohave an animal in health and
comfort. The thoughtful farmer
~ i see many other points of like
mes betyeen the animal machine
a:~ d. the one constructed by human
6nsb this is enough to.suggest
4$u~oi'inctiof keeping farm an
a ealthful and comforta
i sditinp by means of. warm
b a leac ipexa.nd pu
-aw~ ~ a Agricuu
- for insom
- taken ofwprif th
a skindiseases.
4 left upon the c
d jsonfrom ina
8e
A TEXAS WIFE.
The best -natured woman in the
United States lives in Austin. She |
bas been married a number of years
to a man named Ferguson, but she
and her husband have never bad a
quarrel yet, and.he has frequently
boasted that it is utterly impossi
ble to make her angry. Ferguson
made several desperate attempts to
see if he could not exasperate her
to look cross or scowl at him,
merely to gratify his curiosity, but
the more outrageous he acted the
more affable and loving she be
haved. Last week he was talking
to a friend about what a hard time
he had trying to find out if his
wife had a temper. The friend
offered to bet $50 that if Ferguson
were to go 'home drunk,. raise a
roir. and-pull'the table cloth full of
dishes ofk the table, she v4onld show
some signs of annoyance. " Fergn
son said he didn't want to - rob a
friend of his money for he knew be
would win.; but they at last made
the bet of $50, the friend to bide
in the front yard and watch the
proceedings of. the convention
throngh the window.
Ferguson came home late, and
apparently fighting drunk. She
met him at the gate, kissed him,
and assisted his tottering steps to
the house. He sat down bard in
the middle of the $oor, and howled
out: .
'Confound your ugly picture,
what did you. mean by pulling that
chair from under me?'
'0, I hope you didn't hurt your
self. It ..was my awkwardness,_
but Il try and not do it again,'
and-she helped him to-his feet al
though she had nothing in the
world to do with his falling.
He then sat down off on the,sofa,
and -sliding 'down on the floor,
abused her like a pick pocket for
lifting up the other end of the sofa,
all of which she took good natured
y, and finally she led him to the
supper table. He threw a plate at
her, but she did as-she had not no
ticed it, and asked him if he would
take tea or coffee.- Then the brute
seized the table cloth and sat down
on the floor, pulling the dishes and
everything else over with him in
one grand crash.
What did this noble woman do?
Do you suppose she grumbled and
talked about~going home to her
ma, or that she sat down and cried
like. a fool, or that she sniffled and
pouted'? Not a -bit of it. With a
pleasant smile, she said :
'Why, George, that's a new idea,
ain't it?i We have been married
ten years, and have never yet eaten
our supper on the floor. Won't it
be fun-just like those picnics .we
used to go to before we got mar
red,' and then this angelic woman
deliberately sat down on the floor
along-side of the wretch, arranged
the dishes, and fixed him up a
nice supper.
This broke George all up. He
9yned up he wah only fooling her,
ad offered to give her the fifty
dollars to get herself a new hat,
but she took the money and bought
him a new suit of clothes and a
box of cigars.
A Rutland lawyer has drawn a
bill and a member of the Vermont
Legislature has initroduced it, pro.
viding for the punishment of the
manufacturers or venders of ciga
rettes. 'I d'ld not include,' says
the promoter of this measure,' the
various for-ms of tobacco that so
long have been, and are likely
to be, tolerated by considerate
people, but sought only to protect
an anfortunate 'imbecile class for
no one except a predestined, fore
ordained fool would ever smoke a
igarette.'
An editor out WVest had his leg
brken the other day while at
tempting to' place a safe in his
ofce. If' editors will persist in
doing such foolish things they
ught to have their legs broken. A
soap box with leather hingos to the
over and a wooden button to
fasten it would answer all the pur
poses of a safe in keeping
to's valu'ables, and o x
get hlis- legs broke
is place below
He w rtainly be below his' A
f1
An evil speaker differs from an
il doer only in the want of op
~rtunity.
There is a new brand of whiskey
Ped 'wire grass.' This is a fresh.
me for tangle foot.
I aim to tell the truth.' 'Yes,
errupte~d 1mn sequaintanee, 'and
IApe probably the worstshot in
TUJTT'S
ArUR TORAITI
Isee l ef Herbal and MuElaginous prod
nets, permeate the ssbstaaee ofthe
yungs, expectorates the aid matter
thatconeets : th2C Bronchial Tubes.s iormsa
soothing con 1mg, wihich relieves the ir
ritatton that c.twc the cough. It ,ians
the lsgsef all ipritieas, a -
thc.m when enfo bled b eanes
ates the circuMucun of the and braces
nervoussysten. Sligbt colds often end in
consumpt'c). Jtaangerous toneglect
them.' .::y the remsdy premptl. A
tcstof tw-i: y 'rs s:rrants the asserion that
noromtedy l:.s svor been found thatisas
prmpt i'3.fis 'S ECT "
A single dose raises the JPMTW,iiI
innmnation.:tid its use speedily cures the most
obstinate cough. A pleasant cordial, ebi
dren take i. readily. For Croup it is
invaluable ai .- honid be in every family.
in25o. and$ Bottlee.
TUm'
PILLS
ACT DQEICT Tii.YE
Cures chtais and Fever, a spepsta,
Sick Headache, Bilious Colic,tonattpa
tion. Bhecumatismz,Piles, Palttaionof
tae heart, Dizziness, Torpid ver, and
Th:male I:rceFularitles. If yondo not "feel
Ti).y well,". sclilc pill stimulates thestomac ,
:as:or Lhe act.o, :parte vigor to the system.
A NUTED DIVINE SAYS:
Da. T.rr:-DIfar Sin For ten years 1 )ave
>e_n a martyr to Dyspelsa, Constipation'and
era. Latspr ryourpillsererecommended
to re; I.sodtthe.m (but with little faith):. I am -
r.- oeil m.n, have good appetite,' ton
p?rfet, rgc'r s'oo.,:les gone, and I have
".Nd frcty^ Rounds oI' lsh. They are worth
reightin gld.
1E. .L. SIMSON, Louisville, Ky.
" ed.':s Y~ trrrc; st.. New York.
jl. 'fV i"~ X.NUAL of Tseal
1.e a :pia S? .-t: oa appl:cation.
ATENTS.
loen a rough sketch or a
GEOR*' .LEMON
Was gto, D. C., anda Preliminary
ixlnvtlon will be made, without
whetier or not a patent can be obtained.
aes dttatyo.rinvention ispatentale,
topyGore nment fee ofS1 andS z r
hawig reqluired by tlse Government ThisIsLy
abl wena on is mads. WheaHwG
and t nhe t Go mn
( O 6 ayale.Anattorney wbow*vdepemIs c
isa Patent will not a "vise*
tbatyorinvention is patentable unless itrelly s,
so flr as his best jugm ca deteine' h
yoa can rely on the ad irign Ptnssa
mela is bad Pten and the
..s n dm' a d- b * *&
teseare own pateniand alfled,kf>llbhant
of ts tde eadto saoeae. Bend me a
*erequest addiesaed to the Commtaoe of
Pateats that he recognise Gaoes B: Laner, of
W toa. D. C., eyour atboy inthe ca
tbs ofse the nvention enJ-bot h of
7om aPDlctn da essmltdon and report
oi tp yd Ee teember~ this omfce has been
gIven tp clien in everynyin the
U iPaiphreltigto Patenisde Ponrequet.
GEORGE E. LEMON,
Atterney at Law and Solicitor of American
and Foreign Patents,
415 Fifteenth Street, WASHINGTON, D. C.
btfEtion this paper.
J. K. P. GOGANS. D. 0. HERBERT,
GOGANS & HERBERT,
Attorneys-atLaw,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
"Strict Attention to plsiness."
Nov. 2, t-ly.
THE SUN.
JBW YORK, 1868.
More pepe have:read TEE SUN during
the year just nOW panin than ever before
since it was first printed No other news
paper published on this aide of the earth]
bas been bogtand read in any year by so]
many men adwomen.
We are crediblylnformed thatpOlbl,
read, and like TaSUN for tefDwn
reasons, among others:
Bensn its news columns present in at
trmetive form and with the gr]tspail
accuracy whatever has Ineetfor uman
kind; the events, the deeds and misdeedsj
the wisdom, the philosoph, the notable
folly, the solid sense, the iproving non
sense-eli the news of the busiest world at
present revolving'm space.
Because people. have learned that in its
remarks ,concerning persons and. affairs
THlE SUNt makes a practice-of telln them1
the exact truth to the best of Iteability
three hundred and sixty-five dasin th
year. before election as well as aftr, about
the whales as well as about the smail fish,
in the face of dissent as plainly and fear-.
lessly as when supported by general appro
vaL Tan SUN has absolutel no pupsesj
to serve, save the lor ton ofltraersi
and the furtherance of th~ common good. 1
ma 18s shumble tha u U Ii r
ent to his welfare and his rgs.No man
is so rich that it can allow injustice to be
done him. No man, no asoiton of men,
is powerful enough to be exempt from the
strict application of its principles of right
and wrong.
Because In poiisit has fogtfor ai
dozen years, wtout intermlsslo and
sometimes almost alone amon newspa
pers, the fight that has resulted in the re
cent overwhelming pouarverdict against.
R,obesonism and frhonest government.{
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stands and will continue to stand like a
rock bor the interests of the people against.
the ambition of bosses, the encroachments
of monopolists, and the dishonest schemes
ot public robbers.
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ublshed, because It Chrirtianit is undi
uted with cant.- Another hdlds tat it is
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case It has already whipped halfof the ras
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thought. So every friend of THE SUN di1*
covers one of Its many sides that appels
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if ycu already know THE SUN, you will
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agination, a mainstay for the cause.ot hon-.
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bmail, potaid, as follows:
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Sandm, edition, $7.70.
SUNDAY-ight pages, $l.20 a y
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best matter of the dali merit, U
culura Dparme ,>acentifie,
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47-6t THE SUN, N. Y. City. I
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weaty; those who do not Im
ove their opportunities remain in pover
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e want man men, women, boys and g Arl
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y one can do te work properly from the As
t start. The buiness will pymre than
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HENRY BAYER, Le
MeOERTE OP
JCANT8AND ORANGES, i
Anmd Wholesale Dealern in
ples,etatoes, Olnas, A.
215 Enat Bay,A
Ci'"gARYTPETirm S. C ..r
RI Reads.
Clabia & Gresi yfle $airoad.
PASSENGER DEPAErXENT
CoLnrAa. 8. C., Nov. 4t,1 .
On and aiterMondayy, November 6, 83 the
PASSENGER TRAIS will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and itsbranches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 62. UP P ASENGKL
Leave Columbia,A - - " -11.42;a m
" Alston, - - - - 12.51 m
" Newberry, - - - - 1S; m
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 8. p in
" Hodges, - - - 4.28 y m
" Belton, - - - 5.57 p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.80 m
No. 68. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - . - 11.15 a m
" Belton, - - 12.13 p m
" Hodges, - 217 p m
" inety-Six,- ------- .2 p
" Newberry, - - - 4.i0 p a
" Alston 5.55 p a
Arrive Columbia,F - 7.00 p m
SPARTANrBUG, UION B COLUMIA RAIL-OAD:
No. 62. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - - 1.08 p m
" Strother, - - - - 1.48 p m
" Shelton, - - - 2.18 p st,
" Santue, - - - - - 2.54 p a
Union, - - - - 82 p m
" Jonesville,. - - - 4.02 p a
Arrive Spartanburg, " - 6.02 p m
No.58. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, H 1.85 p m
u Spartanbarg, S. U. &;C. Depot,G 1.42 p m
Jonesyille, - - - 1.47 p m
" Union. - . - - 3.29 p m
Santu, -4.o2 p m
" Shelton, , - - 4.48 p m
Strother, - - - 5.10 p m
Arrive-at Alston. ' - - - . 6.60 p m
LAUENs RAILWAY.
LeaveNewberry. - - - - 4.58 p %I
Arrive at Laurens C. H[., - - 8.16 p1U.
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 9.00 a m
Arrive at Newberry, - - . 12 3 - p m
ABBaVILLE BRANCB.
Leave Hodges, " - -- - 435 p in
Arrive at Abbeville, - - . 5.25 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 1. p h
Arrive at Hdges, - - - - 2.1v p m
BLUL aiDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSOn
B&ANC.
Leave Belton at. 5,57 p m
" Anderson 6 8 p m
" Pendleton 7.23 p m
Leave Seneca C, 8.08 p m
Arrive at Walhalla . .35 p m
Leave Walhalla at, - - 10.05 a m
Leave Seneca D, 1u.5 a" a
" Pendleton, - - 11.18 a m
" Anderson, - - 11.06 p mI
Arrive at Belton, - - 32.46 p m
CONNECTIONS.
A. With Soith Carolina Railroad from Char.
leston.
With Wiimin ton, Columbia and Angusta
Railroad kom Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
North-t6ereof.
B. With Asheville & Spa nbarg Rail Road
for points in Westerh Nwth. Carolina..
C. With A. & C. Div. E. & D. R. R., from ill
iats South and West.
D. W A.& C.1Div., E. & D. R,R., from At%
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., E. & D. R. R., from all
points South and Wet.
F. Wi South Carolir Railroad for Charles
ton.
With Wilmington imbla aid Augusta
Railroad for #Iimnctojn and the N-orth.
With Charlotte, Celumbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
from ieadersouville.
H. With A.& C. Div., R. & D. R. IL, from
Charlotta and beyond.
Standard Time used is Waship ton, D. C.,
which is Sfteen minates faster ,mem Columbia.
J. W. FRY, Superintendeat.
H. SLAUGRTa, General PasseagerAgent.
D. (4RDWELI.L. Ass't General PassengerAgt.,
Colubia, 8. C.
loath Carolina Railway Company. 4
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
and after A 8ril 30th, 188, Pasenger
dl further notice:
GREENVILLE EXPRESS.
GOING EAST, DAILY.)
[eave Columbia at - - - 25 P. H.
Srrive Camden at - - - 9.38-P. X.
hrrlve Charleston at - - - 11.00 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
Leave Charleston at . - - 7.00 A. V.
Leave Camden at .. - ~. - - 8.0 A. M.
arrive Columnbia at -. -- 11.26 A. Mi.
NIGHT EXPRESS.
GOING EAST -DAILY.
Leave (Columbhia at -. - - g .80 P. Mi.
Lrrive Augusta at - - - - - .A. N.
&rrive Charleston at - - .W uA. iv.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - .15 P. M.d
IreaveCugustaat - - 4.45 P. M.
8rieClmiaa3 .0 A. M
All trains run daily e.:cept trains onl Cam
1en Branch, which are daily except Sun-4
pi g Cars are attached4 to Night
xress ins-berths only $1.50-beltween
Dofumbla and Charleston. On Saturdays
tad Sundays. round 'trip tickets are so1d to
mad from all Stationsa at one first class Iare
ror the round trip. goodi till Monday noon
o return. Excarions tickets good for ten
lays are regularly on sale at six cents per
nie for round trip to and trom~ all stations.
onnections made at Columibla with Col
umbia and Greenvillo iailroad by train ar
riving aZ-1128 A. v.. ad departingt at 5.55
P'. M. Connection made at C. C. & A. Juno
ion with Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad by train arriving at Columbia at
11.28 A.Mh. and departing at.55 P. M.to and
"rom all-points on both Roads, withi through
Pullmian Sleeper between Charleston and
WVashington, via Virginia -Midland route,
writhout change. Connection made at Char
eaton with Steamers for New York onl Wed
iesdays and Saturdays; also, with Savan
lah and Charleston Rilroad to all points
routh.
Connections are made at Auguta with
3eorg ia Railroad and Cent'ral Rilroad to
End from all poInts South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased to all
points South and West, by applying to
A. B. DESAUBsIURE, Airent, Columbia.
D. C. ALL EN,G. P. AT. A,
JOHN B. PECK. General Manager.
Dharlotte, Columbia 4k Augusta R. R.
OrTICE GENERAL. IAssENGER AGENT, ]
s ceuei tetSpebr3,1882:
NURTilWARD.
No. 5 AL-ALADEPEs
arrive at umbia, B...........1.45 a,ia
Leave Columbia, B.............11.52 a m
arrive at Charlotte, C........... 4.15 p m
Leave Charlotte................ 5.00p in
arrivo at Statesville.........~7.05 p.m
No.147 DAILr-MAIL AND EXPREss.
Leave Augu..................6.0pni
t.rrive at Clumbia, D...........10.25 p mn
lio. 19 LoCAL FREIGHT, daily except Sundays
(With P'assenger Coach attached.)'
Leave Columbia...............5.00 a mn
Lrrive at Charlotte............. -.15 p in
SOUrHWARD.
No.52 DAILY-MAIL,AND EXPREsS.
-.eave .Statevile................. 7.00 a-r
lurive at Charlotte..............9.05 a d
Aave Charlotte, C............. .2.00 p in
arrive atColumbia., ......-..... 6.30 pm
aave Columbia, B............. 6.37 p mn
trrive at'Angusta, A...........1050p mi
$0. 48 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPEEss.
Leave Columnbia, D.....'.....: a m
Io1LCA REIGT, daily ed.) d-ys
(With Passenger .... .5.00 a in
Leave Charlotte. ..... 33 p m
trrive at Colum S.
d from Savannah,
A-Wit and Atlanta, Macon
uth Carolina Railroad to and
rleston.
Richmond and Danville Railroad
.d from all pits North and Carolina
mntral Eailrod
D-.Conneet with the W.C. A.RE. E. for
11mi on and all points on the Atlantic
Pullman Sleeping Cars on Trains Woe. 52
d53 between Augsaad Washintn,
C.. via Danville, Lycbor and Char
Izesville. Also, on Tan52and 83 be- a
'sen Charlotte and Richmond. au
'qumbers 47 and 48 run-soHid between Au. maS
sta and Florenoe and carry Pullman ene
lepers between Augusta and Wilmringtojn
d etween Augusta and Wilmington
Lbove schedule Wahntntime. Ad
G. R. TALCOT, Sprintendent.
1. SLAUGEra, General Pse Agt.
). CAInWELL, Aas't General
ent, Columbia, S. C.
bevlle and Spartauburg Railroad.0
SPARTAJIBURG. S. C., me~lber 1, 188!.
in and after Thursday,.Bptmber 1,13881,
isenger trains will be rndiy(Sundays
epted) between Spsrtanburg and Hen-.
sonvie, as follows:
UP -RAIn.
tve. & D. Deo avSatab .-. pm st
ioate Hedersonville..........p. i.30tar
tveR.D. DptSjiartnirg.o n -d
and Charleston via Spartanburg. Union ,
Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte by no
Line. JAMES ANDRS.ON, t
Superintendent, -and
W. N. WALLACE, e
anda
ttirney-at-Law,
KEWRERRY S. C
MogeL
A LARGE THREE STORY BRICK BUILDING.
Only Hotel with Electric Bells in Newberry.
Only Hotel with Cistern Water. -
CENTRAL OFFICE OF TELEPHONE EZCHANGE.
MRS. EMMA F. BLEASE,
PROPRIETRESS,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
This commodious and spacious liotel,is now open and fuly prepared to entertain all
omer.
The Furniture of every description is New, and no effort will be spared to make atl
persons patronizing the establishment at home.
The Rooms in this Hotel are spacious, well lighted, and the best ventilated of any
Hotel in the up country.
One of the Best Sample Rooms in the State.
All horses entrusted to our care will be well cared for at-Christ.aa &Smith's Stables, :1
TEEiMS, $2.00 PEE DAY.
The Table shall be furnished with the very best. No , 44-N
CLITHIUI
I take pleaatm-ein informing my frieuda and the pubbeigeu t at I a a .
,hased the larget" stock of
FALL A ND WITEWETIG
or Men, Yontbt and Boys, that as .er teen' in tli -C ty, and"-te GOODS .I
3EEN MARKEDnDOWN, BELIEVING IN S1I ALL PRO A.DQUTCK A5MS
Fine line of
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. AND EAMT
OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES.
GENTS' FINE SHOE&
5en's Suits and Overcoats.
Youths! Suit :md Overce Vi
Gl Osi and examine my stock when in the Oky _i=
' All orders-addressed to- Box 84 will receive plompf ateato f
pposite Grand Centrl,
Sept. 21, 8- .
W henever you visit our Capital City,
Just call at that store so neat and so pret
fou'll find it will pay you to enter it too,
a Main St., it is, Number 132.
Tseful, resh :!d tiet OP.tive the goods that wekeeP .
~ew, stylish and lasting,-and everything chea,
oodbagansinDry G~oods on our counters are sng
ogive us a trial asks W. J. Young.
DEALEt IN -~
3RY GOODS AND ML2I.Y
132 MAN STREET, .
COLUMBIA, $ C.
__________engisses, e.
AGENTS FOR THE FAMU
T -A ERTA1 'RTIS RT
S WMar.S30,O13O-Gf.S
Everybody is delighted with the tastefui A &chool Iarge' euhoI swtk
I beautiful seler'tiou rmade by Mrs. La- ladies who will teach slh b
r, who has NEvEE ia.ED to please her. Lai MUSIC on Place, Ora ad
tomers. New Fall circular just issued. Kidrgre System ,.lahanisu.
d for it. Fancy Work.
Iress MRS. ELLEN L AMAR, Fo further-,a on quie at
8t .Broadway, New York. 1ERAD OFEWL
roy. 26. 48-tf. Set 83-.
TIME*
rieud, and Dlebtors, you owe us!T - A me. ami'boya and
lng (:t. Yet we congratrdate you 0. a d.-l yuwm
g.tde ' a -n the State Fair. so call.
is, and a part if not alli of your LienDa.
ve-waited p,uien:iv and have -aid UAussi.oauaw
mag; we now think it oar time next,
be ssured we -need our inoney, .andC
ofeel that it isabout time we had --
Wow jast step up to the Caytai'aloies y
I9ttle-aso7ce. We think .and-beliecs
will come-up likq,men and ?elisTe as
this our last pathetic appeal. -
-Tours-with care
THkS
rIsm m~
ME*ONE, W',

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