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REPARE WINTER CLOT
Sudden changes of temperature
and cold, penetrating winds may
.ow be looked for, and it is prudenl
Sibe ready to meet them prompt
Ty. Strong, vigorous perspns, in
full blood, may resist a fall of
twenty or thirty degrees in the
thermometer, but none are sure of
doing so. A change from 50* to 40?
or 30*, before the system is inured
to-cold, is more felt than 0* in De
eember and -January. So, good
warm clothes under the outer cloth
ng should be at hand for instant
use when an udexpected northerly
blast comes. A cold caught in
stn is apt to last a long time,
: if it do not chance to terminate
fatally. Let the winter apparel be
looked over at once, mended and
-remodeled, and new clothing or
~dred. Tailors and seamstresses,
e employed, will be over-busy,
snd less accgnodating later on than
now, and fabrics are in more variety
i t the.stores, and cost more now
- o doubly protect the throat and
ungs, line the undershirt inside,
x . back and front and well down
A he waist, with warm, soft flannel.
ae special care also to the feet
= <a d linibs. Home knit stockings
wool are by far the best. Lie
he knees and heels of - children's
_iikings with flannel.-American
ti ,-4ricucltrist,for October. .
CuAP Sizo.-Last year a far
mer iinprovised a small silo by sink
ing a molasses hogshead 'into the
ground in his barn cellar. He cut
up all his corn fodder with a hay
cutter, supposing he had enough to
ill about four hogsheads, but on
packing it found it wouldn't fill one.
He then bought of a neighbor as
much as one horse could draw, and
?.here was room. He then cut
-up the stalks from a piece of sweet
corni and with a lot of rowen man
iaged tofdllhis hogshead. le made
a close fifting cover, and with a
jacscrew set under one of the floor
limbers, pressed it down as tight
..as possible. In the middle of De
e ember he opened his silo and found
~the corn as sweet and fragrant as
when put in. From the hogshead
'ahe fed one cow half a buShel of en
silage morning and night for two
months, and' considers it the
besLs producing food that can
be fed This.year he proposes to
fdll the hogshead with oats cut just
-as they are in the milk. If a silo
n? so simple a plan is practicable,
Sthere is certainly no reason why
everybody should not have one,
and satisfy himself of 'the value of
the ensilage system.
SAVE THE OLD PAPER.-N1ever
throw away old paper. If you have
no wish to sell it, use it in the house.
Some housekeepers prefer it to cloth
~' for cleaning many articles of furni
For instance, a volume written
by a lady says: "After a stove has
been blackened, it can be liept look
ing very well for a long time by
rubbing it with paper every morn
lng. Rubbing with paper is a much
nicer wav:of keeping a teakettle,
coffeepot and teapot bright and clean
ithan the old way of washing them
with suds. Rhabbing with paper is
also the best way of polishing knives,
tinware and spoons; they shine
like new silver.
"For polishing mirrows, windows,
lamp chimneys, etc.. paper is better
than dry cloth. Preserves and
pickles keep mugh better if brown
paper, instead of cloth, is tied over
the-jar. Canned fruit is not so api
to mold if a piece of writing paper,
cut to fit the can, is laid directy on
the fruit. Paper is much better tc
put under a carpet than straw. It is
warmer, thinner, and makes less
noise when one walks over it."
How TO ThE A CoL.-Runl five or
'"six blocks in order to boexd a train
or boat, then take a seat, and raisc
a window, or get on the outside
where as much draught as possible
can strike you and you will not fail
to aggravate that latent catarrh
which bless five sixths of the inliab
<inants of this country. Why, we
have heard of parents raising a car
window and allowing little Maie
"or Johnnie to poke its head out
when the train was even moving!
/Never let the tea boil.
"No. lad can get on without it."
U-CHEAPEST AND BEST-EV.
plendid Premiums for Getting up Clubs.
Illustrated "Gold Gift." Large-Size Steel
Engraving. Extra Copy for 1884.
FULL-SIZE PAPER PATTERNS,
5j-A Supplement will be given in every
umber for 1884, containing a fall-size pat
)rn for a lady's or child's dress. Every
ibscriber will receive, during the year,
welve ofthese patterns-worth more, alone,
ian the subscription-price..g
PETERSON's MAGAZINE it the best and
beapestof tholady's-books. It gives more
>r the money, and combines greater mer
a, than any-other. In shart. it has the
est Steel Engravings, Best Original Stories,
est Colored Fashions, Best Work-Table
atterns, Best Dress-Patterns, Best Music,
Its Immense circulation and long-estab
shed reputation enable its proprietor to
istance all competition. Its stories, novel
Is. etc., are adminted to be the best pub
shed. All the most popular female writers
)ntribute to it. In 1881, more than 100
riginal stories will be given, besides SIX
OPYRIGHT NOVELETS-by Ann S. Steph
as, Mary V. Spencer, Frank Lee Benedict,
ucy H. Hooper, the author of -Josiah
lien's Wife,'. and the author of "The See
COLORED STEEL FASHION-.PLATE&!
"PETERSON" is the only magazine that
ives these. They are TwICE THE USUAL
izE, and are unequaled for beauty. Also,
ousehold, Cookery, and other receipts ;
rticles on Art Embroidery, Flower Culture,
ouse Decoration-in short, everything in
resting to ladies.
ERMS, ALWAYS IN ADYANCE, N2,00AYEAR.
WUFPARALLELED OFFERS TO CLUBS4g
2 Copies for $3.50,3 for $4.50 With aSuperb
lustrated Volume: "The Golden Gill." or a
.rge-size costly steel engraving, "Tired
ut," for getting up the Club.
4 Copies for $5.50, 6 for $9.00. With an ex
a copy of the Magazine for ]'ss, as a prem
im, to the person getting up the Club.
5 Copies for $8.00, 7 for $10.50. With both
i extra copy of the Magazine for 1S8, and
ie "Golden Gift," or the large steel-en
aving, "Tired Out," to the person getting
p the Club.
or Larger Clubs Greater Inducement!
CHARLES J. PETERSON,
300 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
4-Specimens sent gratis, if written for,
get up clubs with. 42-tf.
COTTON SEED !
I will pay (15c.) fifteen ce)ts cash
r Bnshel for 10.000 Bushels SOUND
RY COTTON SEED, delivered to
e at this place before the first of next
ovember. Will exchange Cotton
ed meal for Cotton Seed.
W. F. HOLLOWAY & CO.,
Oct. 3-3m. Pomaria, S. C,
From these sources arise three-fomths of
e diseases of the human raee. These
mptone indicate theirexistence: Loss of
spetite, Bowels costive, Sick Head
be, fullness aflter eating, aversion to
ertion of body or mind, Eractation
food, IrritabHity of temper, Low
Lrits, A feehing' of having neglected
meduty, Dizziness, Fluttern at the
eart, Dots before the ey, hihy eel
-ed Urine, COlNSTIPATION, and de
a.nd the use of a remedy tha acts directly
ithe Liver. .AsaLiver medicine TUTT'S
[LLS have no eq~ual. Their action on the
sineys and Skin is also prompt; removing
I imapuritles through these three " scav
tgers of the system," producing appe
e, sound digestioni reuar stools, a clear
inand avigorous bd.TUTT'S PILLSJ
use no nausea or gpng nor Interfere
la daily work and are a perfect
NTIDOTE TO MAL.ARIA.
HE PFET LIHE A NEW DAN.
'I have ha yppi,with Cstp
nds of pills, and TUTT'S are the fist
at have done me good. They have
caned me Out ni M appetite Is
plendid, food digests ieaiy, and I now
tve natural pasgs. I feel like a new
an." W. D.EDWARIDS, Palmyra,O.
ldeverywhere,25e. Office,44 MurraySt.,N.Y.
GRAY HAI R Wmsm changed In
teatio of thsDE. Sold bDrgits,
Ssent by express on receipt of 81.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
iTT'S MANOAL OF USEFU'L RECEIPTS FRE5
JulyV 19. 29-ly.
Has received his
'ALL and WINTER
Stock of Imported Cloths
MADE T O ORDER
xpressly for his trade on the other
side of the Great Dampness .
and are being madle up in
the Latest Styles.
RHE [XALXDfllD SiIlRTS
Lt $7.00~ a Half Doz.
Customi Shirts anid
ENTIEM EN'S UD~ERWVEAR
MADE TO ORDER.
ar1ge line of Oe!1tlenwn'st itur-nishiing
>ods~ and( Silk U:ub)al'las, always on
Feb12 U COL UMBIA.
[1TmIES MND JEWEIRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I here now on hand alarge und elegant
MTCIES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
I0LIN AND) GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND) SPECTACLE CASEE,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
1N ENDLESS TARISTY
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
watchmaking. and Repairing
Done Cheaply end with Dispatch.
Call and examine may stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 4'if.
DURLj PAT t SMH MILL
Address, TAYL.OR FFC. CO
F. A. SCHUMPERT & 00.,
are Agents and have for sale the following improved Agrieultural Implements:
Harvester and Binder,
Dropper and Mower,
G-lobe Cotton Planter, .
SULKY AND WALKING PLO WS,
CHICAGO SCREW PULVERIZER, CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS
AND OTBER IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
If you want anything of this kind give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Warehouse for Machinery in the new building on corner Caldwell and Har
ngton streets, below Christian & Smith's Livery Stables.
A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER
WILL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE SIX ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCELLENCE.
1st-It is the easiest running press made. 2d-It is as strong as any press
made. 3rd-It is the most durable press made. 4th-It will do as good work
as any press made. 5th-It will take less to keep it in repair than any press
made. Gth-(Last but not least) It costs less than any first-class press made.
May 10, 19-6m.
No.74ad 3 enld tet AGSA A
ciflE llHlNSli Ili
AND EALR I
J. F W. ORMA, 21GERANGE."L, BATMREtD
Engns. 73bla and 736ootienoles. 've, AlUGeTate GAel. Cr
3ahiSails. ohft a ing,Pd.ysBxs Ines,
AWoDstnsCruatrtws.Ebe ndLthrilin Steam ie pC. -'ie n
Wateaw ngcultra Conne on w hitees.) oial e Eng.ines (lone kids. Check
EValnes, erors, buildnhs Vetc., Engint. ttonary artices (wit
Loomtiem and ~V ter Fiti ng olr. oMls, Fitc.ng , etc ,
C. TALB.OE & S C.
Taopi.'s serPoelnAtato)Egns am.gricultural Engines (on wheels.)Pra" -nno(nsks)ttiay
EnieTubular an Lcmoieiolers. '1nadwha m Pc ble Miltl (whee ortan
~~~ndatand WeedExtracto. Saw Mills.hatn, ox,hngrad
Cardwel Wiwa Thresers, eSpar a rrs Claes. "rud Io"Trses
Hyd4r:w agulira ott ns on wrse.hels) Po (menies ond.) Dwery
Enies (or sall Coldn) S eers l nd i eed tatnr. , nie wt
aonton Ha f.)trvTlr C (ihopanys.
C.MMERS OTLCOT & Co.
Ceaper's and B.~o1ind r at)Egns. Fapr adMw r m mb i ultrnglBineso Reaer, and
F.W ARANKS & CO.
alirbants Tanr saes, Seal sors and Cpaterns. A"aroun Ca g" D raw hers.
Neiet&odruichmpo X Cotton Prsss.H .s Poes Pa.nte n Aduomwt.) PowerSre
Pres. (tean o aerCor. S iters poe.d Lane Pwe Cttn n
HayPss.totto GinrFederotn Comdenser
Ordaers anitd Bnd eprspl exetd Fowr ob1 SInt-: paricuers, rars, enra
MAUFCT~.R f heW.L J.IPOLARD.ES
W.et F. GrihILLArovD, Cottoi. frei' N enterry- Pwe re
Samins.ton PopesM Dc. Thpa r ee Toies .Anner.
Ordes soicitd an prouptl exeuted Fo ntoo poftnto s, citl, eine
D tiloaIn,I et. appl to a h ethaebuhdwt
WOF.ice-OperD H gouse for ober.Iseafbow,san
Samp Eon Pop, I. D. youwil ee aTimes. Ao opleD
In ddtio t a enralprctie adpalywh the teeth are sond i
eSpcia atenio toth tramnto.a doeveaw e the reatnot perfect
essOffall-kinds Hocudigdsses of WoDsd IDnTdof on,tain-m
the Rspirtoryand CrcultorySys. whcan pogly looinuret o the teeth u
Ineadton to goelsnel ader. pan hees contrr theneiit teethson
Rectum, Lnivr Stomach,' Eye, Ear; gums and breath. Trade supplied by
Nose and Throatt, of the Nervous Sys- W. C. FISHER,
ten and Cauceroib Sores and Uleers. Wholeele Agent, Columbia, S. C.
Correspondence solicited. For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant and W.
April 2, 14-ly. , E. Felham. Feb. 2.8, 9-ly
A MOTHER'S DISAPPOINT
A Detroit lawyer who had busi
ness in one of the northern coun
tries a short time since put iu a
night at the farmhouse. It was a
long structure containing two t
room-:, and such furniture as pio- t
neers get along with. The family
consisted of an old man, his wife h
and a girl of twenty, who was slash- B
ing around barefooted and had a P
fist like a slugger. After supper E
the old woman took a seat in front u
of the lawyer and suddenly asked: i
"Do you wear sich fine duds all o
the time?" C
"All the time, madame." L
"Is that a real diamond in your o
"And 1 heard you tell the old
man you had a horse and buggy at a
"Yes, ma'am." T
"And that watch and chain are
real gold, I suppose?"
"Yes, the real stuff." - 0
"Cost as much as $200?" is
"Yes, over $300." a
"My stars! Why, you must get '
as much as $40 a month and board!" u
she grasped. F
"Madame, I sometimes make $50
per day," he placidly replied
"Shoo! Why, you are worth a t
"Yes, ten imes that."
"Stars and stars!"
There was an interval of silence
as she recovered from her amaze
ment. -Then she tiptoed to the cor.
ner of the .house to see if there
we:e any eavesdroppers. Coming ix
back she walked up to the lawyer m
and dropped her voice to a whisper N
and said: Sc
"Say! We've bin 'saving Sally
these last two years for the boss of
a saw-mill four miles up the creek,
but if you are struck on her and
she is struck on you, I'll run the
old man six miles through the brush
after a preacher to do the splicing!"
The lawyer had to decline on the
grounds of having a wife in Detroit, E
and the old woman felt so bad that
the husband had to rise at midnight t:
and make a mustard plaster.-Free A
HONORS A T W HOLESA LE. BC
It is said that while James Keene,m
generally referred to by the boys as P
Jim Keene, was a resident of the Ka
Pacific coast, a California farmer -e.
burst in upon him one day with: 2i
"Say, Kurnal, my wife has got a c
bran:new baby, and we've named
it Jim Keene Thompson."
"Y-c-s," slowly answered the
gentleman, as he passed over a U
twenty dollar gold piece.t
In about an hour another man S
from the same neighboihood en- IL
tered with the salutation:
"Say, Keene, what do you thiniki -
We have built a.church up our way
and named it the Jim Keene chapei.
Can't you come down with a shiner s1
"Well,- I suppose T'! have to;
replied Keene as he shelled out a I
Thirty minutes had searcely pass
ed when in came a third man with:
"Good morning, judge. We are
building a schoolhouse over the
creek to be called the Jim Keene
school. Want to cqntribute a few?" ]
''Y-e s," was the reply, as a five
was passed dut.
It wasn't over twenty minutes
before a fourth man bustled in and
"Keene, I discovered a new canon E
up the country the other day, and
.I dedicated it to you."
"Look here," said the gentleman,
as he turned in his chair; "I want
you to go back and huat up all the
new babies, schoolhouses, trott ng
horses,- canons, lunatie asylums, i
burying grounds and berry-patches
in your county which are to be
Jim Keened, and come back here-,
and give me the lot at wholesale,
for I'm blamed if I'm going to fool
with the re' ail business any longer.
Good day, sir i" Wall Stre'et Newe..
-'THE last link is broken," the
fellow said whe-n he kissed his girl .
good by forever at her request, be
cause her parents wished a dissolu
tion. A few days later-, lhe received
a npte saying -MDear George: There
are plenty more links; come and
The Chicago ice cream eaters
spend $3,000 a day on the con
Small Fishing Party : "Did you~
catch anything?" Sec-ond Boy :
'Not until I got home."
According to Josh Billings wait
ing to be whipped is the most unin
teresting period in a boy's life.'
A gigglaaing girl is worse than a
No git-edged girl will wear ai
When the light went out Moses
hunted for amatch.
*A dolkey has more brayin's than
CLO~CTD .& SMITl
HAVE- MOVED TO THEIR NEW "MODEL
(CROTWELL'S new building) opposite J. 0. .
WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE LARCEST AN
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents.
ing Goods in ther up Country
Grand Opening of WE D GA L
FALL and WINTER
Remember all of our goods are new,
as we had no goods of any conse- MIA
quence to carry over from last Sea
son, therefore we have all of the *THE
latest styles of
FASHIONABLE GOODS, F T T
8STA P LE GOODS0, FN
And in fact goods to suit any one. - 7
IN TSW& -MD
HARD TIMES! SE
"LADIES ESEIA >
Hard Times!! TQ
Farmers would do WeM_
Don't cry hard times our sto& orfawo
but go to the no one else. any .I -
1IODEJ (1O1IN LEAT H BTS R
Where you will get more goods and
betier gds for your money than
any where else in TOWN. LEATHER SHOES 4 :
All wE ask is a careful examination of our Stock and we ai-e sure f elli
WE DEFY COMPETITION HERE O .LSEW
The "NEWBERMY I0 )-y
Crotwell's new building opi* =
Sept. 13- 3m. NEWBERW .
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES!!
80 COOK STOVES. 80
28 IIEATING STOVES. 28
We have now ini Store another
of those splendid Cook~andI Heating St'oves, such as wce have sold for the past
four years, with suchi general satisfation.
Bought in large quantities at very'low~ prices and realizing the, fact that1
crops tre short and the aim of every one will be to make a small amount of
moey' lowyeaeoffering' inducements such as have never before EIUZC
been off rd in ewherry. -
All we ask is an examination of our Stoves'for we feel sure we can please you dwilt
in price and( quality.
Please call at
S. P.* BOOZER'S
20HARDWARE AND STOVE STORE. _____
Sept 2 2mOVC
NEWV AND ELEG~ANT . 'alo
STOCK OF - - s"
FALL AND WINTERj
GENTS FURNISHING g
GOODS, . r - =r
AT " It
J. W. COPPOCK'S,3
UNDER NEWBERRY HOTEL.
I would respectitfly~ call the atten
tion of my frienids, paltron, and the -
public gen erally to the famct, that I
have just returned fronm the Northern ~.~'PYE8OOS
markets where I puIrebased an elegant PoabeE;nh.ct
Stock of ~~~ ib4oiats
Men's, Youths, Boys and Children's o
Clothing, Furnishing Gods.Hts
Boots adShoes, Trunks, Va- _
lises, Umbrellas &c.,
- (In store and still arriving)
.. Black and Coic.red S~O ~.
Worsted Coats and Yests, j.MSO-. ..
and Fancy Camss Pants for Dress, ~Y. .~Ct?
Colored Cass Business Suits.
All of the latest fabics anxd styles. J .r OG~ .0
Especial attention is invit~ed to my jSGAS&iEBR~!C. ..i
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, Atre w
of tye, inshandcoortha cnno FrwundOha Portab En-n hs u
-h ws.en and do
Aorneys- ~o~i)aM La
3.C W EA "Strictg~ A tteon Bsis. Tay
tovs,'1y. - .
of style, finis and coo ta cno