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Keeping bees seems to be a re
m-nerative business for women, and
can be entered upon with very little
outlay of capital. For a hive of
bees is a kind of merchandise that
will increase rapidly and continually
asking of you only that you give
them rcom in proportion to their
numbers. These excellent little fora
gers want but halfa chance,and they
will feed themselves and you, and
your friends and neighbors, and
probably compel you to seek a mar
ket for their extra products. We
do not know much of practical bee
keeping, but there are numerous
impressive books published on the I
subject, any one of which will give
ample information on the subject.
We have observed a friend as he
experimented at bee keeping for
pastime. His business required
his time and means, so that he felt
that he had little of either to spare;
but he bought one swarm to start
with and morning and evening he
gave this the little attention it need
ed. In a few weeks, however, he
had a new family on his hands de
manding a home. The fates were
propitious, for he found that his
next door neighbor had three hives
lying in his barn that he was glad
to sell for next to nothing, he did
not believe in bees and never had
since he invested a hundred dollars
in a colony of fancy breed and at
tempted to conduct the business of
bee-keeping on a grand scale, with
out a day's experience. When
these were filled and there was still
further need of hives Mr. Brown
found a very simple style that sold
for little money, and answered
every purpose of the more compli
cated and expensive ones. We
cannot remember now just how
long since this gentleman bought
his first and only hive of bees he
ever did buy, but to-day lie has, in
stead of that one, seventeen stands
of bees that furnish honey enough
for his large family the year round,
and1 a considerable quantity besides,
for which he finds ready sale. Bee
keeping is light work that may be
carried on in country, town or city,
any place indeed where flowers of
any kind are accessible. And as
we. have said. th~e sum of money ab
soluitely necessary for the enter
prise is so small, that almost any
one can command it. Few persons
wishing to keep bcees for profit
wvould care to start on such a small
scale as the acquaintance mentioned
but if you can get that miuch and
no more, take courage and bcgin
with a single Nye. Be sure thiat
you apply every 'dollar of the pro
ceeds from the business to enlarg
ng it, and the result will surprise
you and your friends.
TEST FOR SEED) COlIN.
The Prairie Far,ar offers the
following as a test relative to the
vitality of seed corn: '-The seed
will be plau.p, bright anid without
any wvasted appearance in the 'skin'
where the grain comes together.
If the skin is cut across or if care
fully peeled down the 'chiit' (germ)
will show the same bright, fresh ap
pearance. Such Seedl, placed be
tw-een folds of .?ist cloth or press
c-<l into soil in a t?mperature of
seventy to eighty de'grees, should
germinate in thice days. There is
one point, however, to be remnem
bered in the germication of seed
--that is, the older the seed the
slower it germinates. and also. as a
rule, the less it will develop as a
plant; yet the seed bearing qualities
do not thereby seem to be injured.
On the contrary, often the seed
yield of a plant is diminished by a
too luxuriant growth and from a
well-known law. It is well known
that the Indians had a crude but
pretty sure way oi saving sceed corn.
How was it? Husking it when ripe,
hanging it up in the wigwam in the
smoke of the fire, and, just before
winter, burying it secure from mois
ture in the ground. A more civiliz
ed and better plan is to husk per
fectly ripe and bright cars. select
the best, trice them up in a diy,
airy loft, secure from mice and
Chines2 actors pOrbabl don't
need many reheasal2s, as they never
A voung woman is about to open
a eigar store. We have no doubt
.he wil have apitnal to hnck her.
A LEAP-YEAR EPISODE.
"S;iv. (eorge. I'm going to pop
The young man reached for his
hat with a frightened expression of
countenance, and faltered out some
thing about ai engagement with a
man down at the hotel.
"Why, George, you ain't going so
early, are you? I was just going
to say that if you'd stay a little
while longer I'd pop-"
George disappeared through the
parlor door, and was hastily fumb.
ling for the catch lock in the hall.
"Say, George, what's the matter?
she cried, rushing out after him.
"What are you going away in such
a hurry for? if you'll stop just a
few moments longer I'll pop-"
But George was thrashingaround
in the storm-"house, avd jabbing the
door all over to find the latch. lie
finally burst a hinge off and was
kiting down the path like a fright
ened deer, when his girl stuck her
head ^ut into the air and bawled so
that she could be heard a block
"Say. G eorge ! if you'll come
back I'll pop some corn!',
George came back.-Burli,:jlon
The Hon. John L. Sullivan, of
Boston, has a new baby, which he
is very proud of.
At times he finds it necessary to
administer to it corporal punish
ment, and it was on one of these
occasions, recently, that Mrs. Sulli
van interrupted the proceedings
with the cry of "Foul."
"Wot's the matter wid yez ?' dc
manded the Hon. John, looking up
at his wife.
"Ye are striking the child below
"Podge, you're a fool." yelled
the good lady, threateningly.
'"Yes, deary, I suppose so," re
lied the poor fellow trying to
smile, "but I was not always
"You've been crazy ever since I
knew you," she howled.
"Was I off my base when you
m arried me ?"
"I think you most assuredly
"Yes, yes," mused Podge thought
fully, "it is a self evident fact that
i was crazy, or you never would
have got me.''
The curtain ar'se then, and the
SuE IJA tilTE Lwr W'oim.-Old
Mr. Squaggs was somewhat irrita
ble when lie camne down to break
fast, and when his wife reproved
him for neglecting to tie up the
dog before going to bed th2 previ
ous night, he answered her rather
snap pishlyv. Then they had some
words, and she said:
'-Well, I'm sure I doni't know
how you expect well agree in the
next world if we can't agrece in this
-'Oh, we'll agriee well enough in
the neCxt world,' said iMr. Squaggs,
sarcastically, - we won't see much
of' each other over there. The I'i
ble says there's a great guli' fix'ed
between the two places."
IIaving saidl this the old1 gentle
man caressed his bald head and
snickered to himiself.
Mrs. Squaggs was thoughtful for
a moment. then with a twinkle in
her eye. she said:
-'This is the first I knmowed of
your hiavin' given up all hopes of
going to heaven."'
Thme conversation dropped.-Som-'
A LIMnTI'E Lum.\mTY C'osma'xv.
-"IDo you insure people engaged
in dangerous occup)ations?" asked
a man with a sling over his eye
and who hobbed into the ofice with
'-Certainly," replied tqle life in
surance agent, "we insure men who
work in dy'namnite factories and
"Then I want nmy life insured for
three thousand dollars." said the
man, hobbling to the desk
--What is your business?"
--I am the official umpire of a
base ball league.'
'-Can't insure vou.'
"Why. I thought you just .said
"That's all right, but be can't
take such a heavy risk as yours.
We've got to draw the line some
where -Free Press.
A matter of course---A fashion
Everybody has a b)oomn except
the trade dollar.
An opera glass-The one taken
between the acts.
When the ass wages war on the
th-tle tisto assuiage his l ur.ger.
'The gzrainm mnarket is daihVly uted.
but it dont give every one agree
SWEPT INITO TIlE STRE_1ItS
One Thousand Acres of Land and
'Right Smart of Bears.'
On the deck of a big Mississippi steamboat
stood an aged Southera planter. Indicating
by a sweep of his arm the waters the boat
was pas-ing over, he said to a passenger
from the North: "'h e I was tweive years
old I killed my first hear on a new plantation
my father was theu cutting out of a forest
thatt grew directly over the waters of this
bend. That was a mighty good plantation,
and there was right smart of bears there, too.
But that one thousid acres of land went into
the Mississippi years ago."
It is putting no strain upen the figure to
say that great forests of youthful hope, wo
manly beauty and manly strergtb are swept
in the same way every year into the great,
turbid torrent of dikease and death. Yet it
should not be so. That it is so is a diQgracc
as well as a loss. People are largely too
careless or two stunid to defend their own in
terests-the most precious of which is health
That gone, all is gone. )i=ea-e is simple,
bu: to rec:kles.ness or igcorance the simplest
things might as well be co:nplex as a propo
sition in Conic Sections. As the huge Wes
tern rivets, which so el-ten flood the cities
along their sheres, :ui-e in a few mountain
springs, so all our ailments can bh traced to
impure blood and a small group of dis rder
The most ecetire and inclataive remedy
for disease is PAItK Eit'STONIC. It T2es to
the sources of pain and weakness. In ires
ponse to hs action. the liver, kidueys, stom
ach and hear: begin their work afresh, and
disease is driveu out. The Tonic is not, how
ever, an intoxicant, but cures a desire for
strong drink. Iiave you dyspepsia, rheunma
tism, or troub!es wiicht have refused to
yield to other agentzs? IHere is your help.
From these sources arise three-fourths of
the diseases of the human r:tec. These
symptoms indicate their existc::c: Loss of
Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Iicad
ache, fullness afLer eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A feeling of having neglected
some duty, Dizziness, Fluttering at the
heart, Dots before the eyes, highly co.
ored Urine, CONSTIPATION, and c.
mand the use of a remedy that acts direc'ly
on the Liver. Asa Liver med!cine TUTT'S
PILLS have no cqtal. Their action on t he
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removin:r
all impurities through these three " scav
engcrs of the system," producing tippe
tite,scund digestion, regular stools, a c iur
skin and a vigorous body. TUTT'S I'ILLS
cause no nausea or griping nor intertere
with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
lIE FEELS LIIiE A i1iEW iIAN.
"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa.
tion,two years, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TTT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passages. I feel like a new
man." W. D. EDW APS, Palmyra, O.
Soldeverywhere,25c. Office,44 Murray St.,N .Y.
TUTTS HAIR 0Ye.
GrAY HA11 o2 WISaERs changed in.
stanty to a tLOSSY BLACK by a single ap
plication of this Dn:. Sold by Druggsts
or sent by express on receipt of $1.
Office, 44 Murray Street, Ne w York.
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEPTS FREE
July 19, 29-ly.
Fortify tho System.
All who have experienced and witnessed
the eff'ca of Hiostetter's Stomach Bitters
upon the weak, broken down, despondi_ing
victims of diyspepsia, liver comi,1:untt,
fever anil:ague. rheumatism. nervous de
bility, or premature decay, know that ini
this supreme tunic andl alterative there
exists a specific principle which reaches the
very source of the trouble, and effects all
absolute andh permanent cure-.
For sale by all D)ru;r:ists and Dealer3
- ~ generalhly.
l'-ek- that m.ighity athle't t once i
camte "sother nica." Itit o 9 h l.(
ha:ir wvould enaible iteni ;o te:ir open
lion's j:iw., III.iux & (o.. w..h be
irin~:n wvihh in th l i utortto upl
uit'C the lth dlett:a ti. A. it ia h
ial aiid pruet your hir i. : fal
in: ou.:ul rsto-- m oIg:~ inal cli
Iftae \or gray. Uite i~ ui-ea great
thatu i myt ons wif ws int the last
-tages, of .* cosinii on . Shte wat.
Congrhing itce-siantly andti at tinie:
woiuld di iharge <ujat ities ot piPs iru:t
hecr ungs. itnh1 not s'ep (ur ruetaut
tho(ughllt i nl a <n itn of tonec whet
to the f-li di tit roer \fter aill o:ho
ri t medit hl ea5e. w gut lIrewer'.
-tiall doseutt-: as Ih w:5 2 very w, ak
thei reimedu andt wsa- reutrei to, lift
antd hltl hi :ud is to--h:v h.et tuer tlh:un
5ihe hast (5 (r bt:un bltoi. I rgar.
Ih-r restoaticn as~ ::earv a itiraulh. for
whic ohe listf wtiYulebeltewer
LAM.\. iI. W.N &O NE IB.
o:- n cu-ace Se:4 f.r iru
W. J. POLLARD. JAS. L. ROBERTSON.
POLLARD & ROBERTSON,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 731 Reynolds Street, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
I Manufacturers and General Agents for the Following Machinery. Con
sisting in Part,
100 Fairbanks Standard Scales,
100 Thomas Smoothing Harrows,
100 Acme Pulverizers and Clod Crushers,
100 Reapers, Different Makes and Styles, (single or combined.)
25 Hubbard Gleaners and Binders, (Independent.)
25 Threshers and Separators, (various sizes and styles)
25 Watertown Steam Engines, (all sizes all stylea).
20 C. & G. Cooper & Co. Steam Engines, (all sizes and styles)
10 O eida Steam Engines, (all sizes and styles)
75 Smith's Hand-Power Cotton and Hay Presses,
50 Pollard Champion Gins, Feeders and Condensers,
25 Neblett & Goodrich IXL Cotton Gins at $2.00 per saw,
10 Neblett & Goodrich second-hand IXL Cotton Gins at $1.50 p:r saw, in good order,
5 Krcible Engines.
WOOD WOIRKING MACIIINERY (all kinds) FLOUR & CORN
-MILLS, & MILL MACHINERY.
Otto Silent Gas Engines, Hancock Inspiraiors, Dean Steani Pump-Z.
Milburn Roller Bircast Gins, Feeders an Conlensers, Carver Seed Cotton
Cle:uisers, Newell Cotton Seed IIullers and Sej:rators, Coh's Power
Cotton Pre-ses, Shafting. Pulleys and IlIangers, Stan and Water Pipes,
Fitting;. etc. Belting, Lacing, IIoes, etc.
COTTON MILL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
A full lin of , Mahinerv of all kinds in stock i:d for sale low. Call and
exatunine before purchasing, and save tuoney.
Send for cat alc ;g . r Crrespondenice solicited and promptly attended to.
Pollard & Robertson, 731 Reynolds st., Augusta Ga.
W. T. GAILLLII D, Agt. Ne-wberry, S. C.
COLUMBIA 0ASi DRY GOODS STORE,
G, F, JACKSON, Manner,o fl
120 Main Street, - Columbia. S. C.,
ALWAYS ON IIANI A FULL
DRY J O1/D ,
NOTIONS. CLOTIIING, HATS,
Ladies and Gents Under G:trincnt ,
- I TERMS STRl llLTCA II
BUY THE BESTs
The development ef the tre-tmcnt of (oncr -
with -ift ' pcdic se so wionderful. that :l1B AT HL Y
so aillictedt should wirite us.T IL E A E
CANCER for 14 YEARS.POCLILNO
Sptanb'ur::. S. C . 3March 14, 1534. o
I have for 14 vears been a sufrerecr from a run-SEMESTB
nling sore on iny t::co that e'verybody called aOPELNE
(.'ANC:R. I have used over N 0O worth of niedi
cine and find no relief. About four months
ago I bought one bottle of -Swif):s Specilic from
others. have takeni it. and they have cured me
sound and w ell: 31y face is as tree from a soreDo otb arud nt
as anyboedy's, and my heualthi is 11errectly rest oredblpivneroGod
I teel like forty Ye:ts hadi ben lifted ofr mykC ao tw bs
head. Yours'thankiully, EL!%A iNSLEY. ~ AC E,Mnf
Mr.1It F Iurns. IIo;ie. Ark.. says, nuider date 30MAKTT,Phlda
of Jan 22, 185: "I have taken live Lottles f vn. onefrnm of artAgu
Swift'- Sj:ecitic for a sore oni my temple-said to
be a c.u cer. I have been wonderfutly Lenelitted
and ~vilIsoon bA aweHLEYa'S
Mr RItbinon Dvidban.(a. wits,F Lic, dTRIPLE ENoAMlT~tbEL
underdic .Jn 3. IA: ~1:11POeCtELA011-LINEIV
til uleris raualy ealng I cd ha Syipotts iliPirCIton oiv oes
whenIll-atig, cayhosesintol rad
eaten away his llO'e nun hisWuideroln.. aortnhmd of neaote.~sirlFr testrns
3lccir W eiinn. s Davd.- ao. Ga.,d rile (tes l ',by11a! N(l - 5 ci s.011 to1 1 i til). . d
unedtet Jan 3,o 84 im a e t tingitty onih itS.inely.N &.ON 'mi:dt.
at the dr o gr ut.lly he lig. 1 eel tat~ svpold s:yI pu reblood .o .st bwl.
Switt's Specificn il cure th e m oribl. ca ncr i rr a_apeit,_ourheebng _pin i
which as been fed:t:igl o n s fo rve e. -id, -ac -ad -ea -,yelo t-me burning_
liCisoti when urinating,n.cthe-colcrrIilsstoors.dbao
.iiigr.IGbeaty. A~telbav Ga,1::ys: - >rat. oiesrefo Allk cins,ers
agn t 11i leman n ied h.: oe ertis be te -a ity r riaiiy, w 'ih oge dy cuh
had anfu eat , l:ier o his ae. eti:a hic mad iz he twihdlpa in back part, lossa
cratienvvhi nto aul i ne lip. atled f memory t'oNy9sigh Fo hsetrou>le
exede rpnil:i h,WIF nealy ea:Fc hs .. 'sr . TH s AREL OFFaeauE creDox
ed hs teth s looe ti rter -ho:;h Ath ymgt rs..itaW.Y E&SO ,P iad.
N. ay itlime drop W cu t. lie Gi :s been tAe sol by r liag Short as.sft
fe).sbewon-hrfu IthI die MtheOT
LOWES PwRIsrCivE c. SERABRC OF S RCE
IBY THE OLDEST
m:au:e 1aaI Mt e.FO T
t IeNw ToHE SoniTH o.SIPO SMS
a REPmIRING0 AUSTPECIALTY.
SN EYUtWATCHES. EER,F- l
VIOIN ND UIAI~STIINNN SPR NGS
SPECACLE ANDSPETACL CASPART>e ANUR CO,, S Cl.r
WED! ADBITDA REETS CTe nbietof tisClerae
tha liltf Sripteed th estion
N ov 13- ESVAl1Ty. t~
AU rdes b lzji romtlya:~riddthe 1int nife i e and thelame Inkn
rgemnt s lastciyear tcas
f'oe Cealy ndwit Dspch ra ispW1. Tisnsfue s Go and Sriner
At theNew Sore onHoteiLot,or-frs qulitsON
EDUARDSCHOLZ. 11-ti a PRl'sIETs.
I hovenow,on7 hndf a largeand elegan - --n- -
Silver_ and__ Plated________ Ware, ndtrl
VIoLIN AN RESU~IA S-TNGS It' .:t aal' A r>C
W' iEDD~-IN iN IRHDA reSENTS, iateenisms.
dore t -.lt~tn dr-5in. ~~rlty Cildren's Scritur Quetion
moaey Jan. examineMmy stock. andGpENEeER
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
CoLUMnIA. S. C., June th, ISS1.
Ion and alter Sunday, June 8, 18.4, the
rAbSENG ER TRAINS will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its branchee
Daily. except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave W.. C. & A. Jui:ction . - - 12.:i5 a in
Leave Columbia,A - - " 12.40 a in
" Alston, - - - - 1.51 p 1u
" Newberry, - - - - 2 5; p in
" N;cety-Six, - - - - 4.1; p In
" Hodges, - - 51- p m
" Belton, - - - 6.3 p n
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.50 p m
No.52. DOWN PASSENG E.
Leave Cre::ville, - - - . a in
Belton, - . 11.'2 p in
" Hodges, - - 12.3~, p in
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 1.21 p m
Newberry, - - - 3.12 p in
Alston. - , - 4.13 p m
Arrive Colum ba,F - - .15 p im
Arrive W., C. & A. Ju:ction. . - - - - 5 3 p In
srAnrANBGRo. LYION L cOLCM8IA R,AILP.oAD.
No.53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 1.55 p i
Strother, - - - - 2.31 P
" :Sheltor, - - - - :. ,i
Sal:tuc.-- ---- 33; p in
Ut:iou, - - - - 4.t, p In
" Jonesville, - - - 4.41 p in
Arrive Spiitaubur-, - 5.25 p n
No.S_. DOWN I'ASSE'NGEI.
Leavc Spartx:,bur;, 1t. & D. 1)rt, ]I 11 p m
Sp:rtanbur'. S. U.& C. L)c1.t, 01.I: xi
Joavrsvitll, - - I L(2p in
U:ia.n - - 1..1 p in
santuc, - - - :1 p in
Shelton, - - - - 3.31 p in
Strotl:er, - - 3 1:111) in
Arrive :.t Altsn.4 . p m
Leave Newberry, ..:; p
- - 4.1
Arrive Laurens C. Itn , - 65 p I
Leave Laurens C. H., . 1 p in
Arrive Newberry, . U 12. p m
.tR11FXILLE B[. ANCII
"ve Itudgcs. - -- 2. p in
Arrive at Abbeville, - - - 3, p in
eave tbbevi!lc, - - - - 331 p In
Arrive at loges, - - - .30 pin
BLUi fI:I)Gi 1AIUI)S ) ANLWA. EItaN
Leave heto p in
At:derson ;12~ p i
" Pendletun .5 p mn
Leav u Sensc:I C. H5 p m
Arrive Walhalla . p m
Leave Walhodlla, - - a.3) m
Leave Se~neca C. 9.(7 a in
A 'endleto . - - 952 a m
L Abdersen, - - 10.42 p in
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.15 p in
F::E:(;1IT, l'.SSENGEP. COACH A'rrACHED.
Leave P,ellon (;.1s a to
AillinIston 7.10 a m
Pezlen a in
L iedont .n5 ea in
Arrive Wrenv ll 9.25 p n
Leave Greenville 4.15 p in
1'e.idti.nt 5 30 p in
Pelr'.er (.15 p in
Willtiun-,on - .42t1 p 1n
Arrive Belton 7 .10 )p l
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
Wi"h Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad fron5 Wilington and all
point North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
Is. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. t. & D. R. LR., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., i. & D. B. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div.. I. & D. R. I., from all
points South and West.
F. With Sot!I Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Rai!road for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Iailroad
II. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
J. W. FRY. Superintendent.
M SLAumrr:. General Pas'enger Agent.
D) C.A aDw'.L, Asst G eneral P'asen;terAgt.,
Cotlumibia, S. C.
South Carolinla Railway Company.
CHTANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On rtnd after May 11th, 1884, P'assenger
Tralins otn ihiis road will rit as follows un
til further notice:
'I() AND) 1FR0M CItA RZLESTON.
Leave (Columibia *7.50 a in t5.~5 p im
Arrive Charleston 1220 p mi 1)55 p in
Leave Chatrie.lon t''. t a in 4I.30 p in
A rrive Colititnbia 12.:> a m 9.22 p in
f Daily. *Daily except Sutnday.
TO ANt) FR1OM CAMDUN.
Leave Columbia *7 50 a mi '5.25 p mi
Art ive Catmden 2.25 a mt 8.25 p ms
Le:ave Camden 49i.C0 a im +4 iO p mn
Arm ive Colubia 12.:kt a mn 9.22 p xi
*l)aily except Sunidays.
TO AND Fl:iM AU(GUSTA.
L.e:ve Columbia *7.50 a mn *5.25 p~ mi
Arrivc Austn.a 1.20 p) in 8.10 a mi
Leave Au;gnsta *7.15 a in
Airrive Columibiai 12.:I p mn
*Daily exep3t Sunidays.
Connection matde ait Coltmbia with the
Columbtia :ut Greenville l:ail Rtoad by train
aririvin:g at. 12.35 1'. M.. anid dtepartinig at 5.50
P. M. Connect ion made at Columbi. .Junic
t ion with Charlotte, Columbia and Augustat
I:til Iload by samne train to and iroms all
pioinits on both roads withI through l'allman
Sleeper between Chiarleitont an,t Washtinig
ton, via Virginia Midlaind route, without
change. Connection made at Charleston
with Mteamers for New York on Wedneusdays
and Saturd:tys; also, with Savannah and
Charleston Ra~ilroad to alt points South.
Conetions are made at Augusta with
Georgia Ilailroad and Central Railroad to
and' from all points South and West.
Through tickets can be p)urchiased to all
Points South atnd West, by applying to
D). MCQUE EN. Agent, Columibia.
ID. C. A LLEN, G. P. & F. A.
JOHN B. PECK. General Managler.
Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad.
SlPARTANnUtRG. S. C., May 12,188SI.
On and after Monday. May I2st, 184
p)assenger t rains will be run daily (Sundays
exceplted)~ between Spartaniburg and lien
dersontville. as follows:
L.eave 11. &z D. D)epot at Spartanburg.;.00 p~ m
A rrive at IIendersonsville..........; p in
Leave lFendlersontville............. S.0 a mi
A rrive It. & D. Depot, Spartanbur.11.301 p mt
11oth 1 rains make contnections for C.olum
la and Charleston via Spartanuitr'. i on
and Colounhia and .\tiantafand Chartlotte by
Air I.inie. .JAMES ANDE).SON,
Obtine.-adalohrbsiesi h .
Paet -c ateddt frMDRT
Ouromc isopoie . Ptn me
Wetriner, hntre, othe ostaste, the..
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Oiar obe ithoie U. .Ptn OS. Foren circa,
clin ion yourtown Sateorscountry, writeta
topoe Paiten fr ce Wasinton, . C
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'ixn:i thywork owithablte ctyeritey
writeforartiular toA. Sallet & C.,
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Mr. John Pearson's State
In the Spring of 1882 I was attacked with
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Statement of Benj. F. Heara
Early in November, 1681, while sewing on
the machine. my wife was taken wi:h a
severe pain in her side, which was soon fol
lowed by hemorrhages from her lungs and a
severe cough. Fever commenced, she could
neither eat or sleep, and in a few weeks she
was reduced to a living skeleton. The at
tending physician told me that he thought
one of her lungs wf 3 entirely gone. She
could not retain tho most delicate nourish
ment on her stomach, I then agree with Gr.
Sullivan, my family physician, to call Dr.
Holloway in consultation. They made a
final examination of the patient and pro
nounced the case hopeless. Dr. Holland
then suggested the Brewer's Lung Restorer
as a last resort, I sent for a bottle and gave
her a dose. I found that she could retain it
on her stomach and after about the third
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regularly and by the time she had taken two
bottles, she was able to walk about the
house. She is now in better bulth than she
has enjoyed for several years. I believe
the Lung Restorer saved her life. We have
have a family of six chr.dren, some of them
Ur. Iearudon's post-office is Yalesville,
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Dec. 84, tf.
THE ONLY TRUE
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May 1"7, 20--ly.
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