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A TURKISH IORSE-SELLER.
Boston Commercial; Bullet'n.
The owner was called for, and a
strapping fellow about 30 years of
age approached. He was attired in
the Tuakish costume, consisting of
a short jacket, blue vest embroid
ered and covered with bell-buttons,
and red fez; his hair was short, face
dark, with bright gleaming eyes,
and a fierce mustache. He was
above medium size, and withal a
pleasant looking fellow.
"Now, my son," saidthe Captain,
how much do you ask for the
Making a salaam the Kurd ans
"Master, if thy servant hath found
ffvor in thine eyes, thou shalt have
the horse for 200 segrins."
"0, Father of the Faithful, hear
the thief !" shouted the old fello*
with the swivel neck.
"Two hundred sequins for the
brute, when I'will sell my beautiful
beast for 100."
"You ask too much my son," said
"Thou seest, 0 Frangistani, that
my horse is swift as an arrow from
the bow, and that he springeth like
a jackal. See his loins ; they are in
strength as the lion."
"I see all these things, 0 child
of the Faithful, but yet thou asketh
"Well, Flease God, thou wilt buy
him for 1,0 sequins."
"Now, may dogs defile thy grave,
thou robber!' shouted the fellow
who sported the blue gabardine and
yellow slippers. "Wouldest thou
cheat the stranger within our gates
when for eighty sequins he can buy
my beast, the pride of Bassora, .in
stead of mounting the old camel,a
which is fit for nothing but lepers
"I will count down in thy hand
twenty sequins, with the Sultana of
Frangistan thereon for thy horse."
said the Captain.
"What hath thy servarat done to'
thee, 0 master, that thou should
thus revile him? Say eighty, anid
we shall rejoice."
"No: I will give the twenty."
"Fifty sequins, and he is thine."
"He is of the children of Araby;
but still thou mayest have him for
forty." "Twenty, or we shall de
part in peace."
"In Allabas name, say thirty."
"Well thou shalt have him for
twenty but be kind to Selim, for he
is a good horse, and:loves no.t;beat
"Oh Maurice," said a Clifton girl
to hei- lover, "did you know papa
had bought a new dog?"~
Maurice started and looked
around anxiously, even nervously.
"No, darling," he replied, with a
slight two stop tremulo in his
"lHe has, Maurice, and he knows
so many tricks, too."
"Your papa or the dog, darling?"
he inquired, in an abstracted man
"The dog, of course, naughty
boy," she answered, playfully tap
ping him on his chest protector
with the middle finger of' her lily
-"When did be secure this valu
"Last Monday morning, dear, he
brought him home. lie hats been
playing his tricks every day, and
the strangest one is that he will go
into the water and catch fish."
'-Your papa or the dog, dear?"
'"The dog, of course." she answer
ed, pettishly this time.
Again the young man from
Pearl street looked anxiously, even
nurvously, around the room.
"Did, you say he caught fish,
*darling?" h od hx
"Yes iove, and he ofthn
so we can hardly pull himi away.!'
"Darling,'' he whispered, "oh,
darling, I was here last night in
the rain, too, but. darling be brave
flow and tell me if my coat-tail
looks like a fish."
Lets us turn from this sad scene.
-His arm wasn't around my waist.
I ust, played pilpen, -with him
andl wanLa .-belf,- Ad4 he was 66i1y
taking my measure ; that's all it
STICK TO rHE FARM.
The old adage : "Let the cobbler
stick to his last," although some
thousands of years old and common
among the ancients, is still worth
as much as ever, and it will proba
bly retain all its value in spite of
time and wear so long as men con
tinue in the original foolishness.
Here is an instance: A wealthy
cattle-dealer who was not satisfied
with the profits his own business
affordrd him, and not content with
the sung fortune of $300,000 or
more, but eager to double it, under
took to speculate in stocks, and of
course,.as all such men invariably
do, lost his money and came to ruin.
Farmers furnish many less bright
examples of this sort, and are con
tinually losing small sums which
they can not afford in atcck specu
lations, tempted thereto by delusive
advertisements of wily brokers, who
themselves often were rc.red upon
farns, and who know the weakness
es of their rural victims. Farmers
should heed these warnings and
learn that there is no investment
so safe as the improvement of their
own farms, and that money sunk in
drains and in the enrichment of
their soil or the improvement of
their stock will easily pay one hun
dred per cent. profit, which is more
than is even promised by these se
ductive speculations. The common
games of chance known to small
boys are certainties compared with
the risks of the gambling of stock
speculations, which are all in favor
of the brokers who manage them,
and all against the fools who supply
the money for margins and commis
sions. It is simply a game of "heads
you lose and tails I win" every
time. Any reasonable man can not
fail to see it, and yet farmers even
borrow money and sell their best
stock to get it to throw away in
these so-called investments. Far
mers should stick to their farms,
and avoid all these fraudulent spec
ulations which only defraud them
It is your tongue; it belongs to
you, and is the only one for which
^y6u are responsible. Your neigh
bors' tongues may need care also,
but that is their business; this is
yours. See that it is properly at
tended to. Watch your tongue.
It needs watching. It is a helm
which guides. the vessel;, let the
helmsmen keep wide awake.
It can bless or it can curse; it
can poison or heal; it er.n pierce
hearts or blight hope; it can sow
discord ond separate chief friends.
Watch that tongue!
iNo one but you can take care of
that tongue. You are its only
ruler. Your neighbors may hate
it, or fear it, or wish that they could
bridle it, but they cannot do it.
You have the power. Watch that
It is the gl2ory of man. It distin
guishes him from brutes. .It was
bought with blood by the Son of
God.. Hd claims it - as his.. It
should speak his praise; misemploy
ed,it may degrade yourself anid those
around you. You are charged to
attend to it. Watch that tongue.
The Lord watches that tongue.
"TXhere is not a word in' my tongue,
but lo, 0 Lord thou knowest it al
together." For every idle word we
must give account in the day of
judgment. What will be the record
of that tongue then? Watch that
A BIG DROP iN WIIISKEY.
The above is the heading of a
dispatch from Cincinnati. It con
ludes by saying whisky had drop
ped 10 cents."
We simaply' risc to state that we
have observed, a '"big drop" in
whisky for many years.
It has dropped many'of our
It has dropped character.
It has dropped happiness.
It has dropped wives.
It has dropped husbands.
It has dropped children.
It has dropped position.
It has dropped reputation.
It has'droppe' the body.
.It has droppeu the soul.
It has .dropped 10 cents eight
billions of times in the last twelve
T HE NUxR.E OF "D A ". -, A'
PINT.-"ow~ fnany drams 'rnske a
pint?" asked a school teacher.
"Four," yelled a boy, springing
'-How do von make that?' 'asked
the astonished teacher; the table
says it takes 128." :
-Well, it don't take but four at
our house. 'cause I often heard ma
say that when shi Waff;ed to 'make
a pint with the old man, she gave
hurabout four dramns and then she
Such reasoning broke the teacher
FORJMAN AND WIFE
The instinct toward neatness
and beauty dies hard in woman
kind, but it can be utterly destroy
ed by the slow process of discour
agement and the fact that nobody
cares. The truth is that htunan be
ings need not only to see clemli
ness, but to see freshness and var
iety and change; and the house
cleaning should be no more an ob
ject of pleasure and interest of the
woman than to the man. There is
much that she can do without him.
She can scrub the floor, but he could
and should whiten the ceiling. She
can not paper the walls, perhaps,
though many a farmer's wife hls
done even that; but give her the
money, and she will buy the paper
and find some one to hang it. After
her willing hands have scrubbed
away last year's fly specks, any
man who can handle tools can make
the frames for screens for her win
dows and doors. If, besides this,
he buys the prepared paints, and
little by little gives a frest coat to
the various rooms, it is no more
than his share of the task,
With the beginning of August
the season for killing deer begins.
Now is the time to plant ruta
I r , I
Con11011 Sell S
An old philosopher cised to main
tain that men are really all alike.
varying fortunes being due to cir
cumstances. In like manner it
may be said that all men desire to
dress well, the knowledge of where
to buy, making the only differ
ence in their wearing apparel.
One thing certain: The best dress
ed men, and those that pay the
leaist money for their Clothing.
buy at the Emporiium.
There can he no doubt about
this statement, because~it is found
ed upon the plainest common
First.-15ecause I buy in large
quantities, from manufacturers,
which is,mlore than half theO battle
in commercial warfare, and thus
save a large percentage usually
paid to middlemen.'
,Second.-I give. my culstomners
the benefit of this percentage.
Third.-I purchase no garments
but those which are made of Supe
rior material, by expert designers
and skillful -workmen.
And lastly but not least my house
rests on the firm foundai,on of
IIonest Dealing. I allot no exag
geration or nmsrepresentatiofl, all
goods arc exactly as represented.
Come and try us, or rather the
clothing, and jndge for yourself.
My General Stock Consists of
Clothing, 11ats, Gents furnishing
Goods in all grades, Ncckwear, and
Men's flue shoes.
Every cashpurchiase mtade to the
amount of $12.50 or over I will
give a Solid Silver Nickle Water
-Aury Watch and Chain.
Remember the amount must be
$12.50 worth of Goods or oVer. be
fore securing ~one of -these time
piees. M. L. KINARD,
Columbia, S. C
WVINC HESTE R, V A
REV. J. C. WHE AT, D. D.;'Trin
cipal, assisted by a foll corps of- expe
rienced teachers.'. 'Vhe alth"yannual
session open1s Sept. 10, 18S4. Terms
moderate. Number of boarders limit
ed. Applications for the. vacancies
created by the retirement of menmber-s
of the graduating class w;ill now be re
ceived. Apply for circuiars to the
principal. J. C. WUE AT.
A UG U STA, G A.,
--ANKR 13- -gAL
for one year at t#'i.0.
The Augusta CHRaONICLE AND coNTITU
TionuLsT is the la'gest weekly ne wspalper
in the sthte. It is a ten pag vventy * ;un
papeCr.. 1contains alithe 1u ortant news~
of the. week, anud is tilled. wAth inueresting~
and instrnCtive readmue to the famr, me
chanI)O, bpiss and professionali m:an. Its
washingtonm.A tIanta- ad CotnnAbia ]t t e rs
withx its~ful. telegraphic~ service. market re
ports, editorials and ge.neral news maxke it
one of the mnost readabhle and onte of the
best newspaper in the south.
The CuRoNIlCLE AND CONSTITUTIONALST
can be read in any household. It is tree
ft om sensationalism.
iI G ILES!-- im a d Cure
The systems are moisture. like perspira
tion, intense itehing, inercaded by scratch.
ing. very distressing, p.artientariy at .night;
seemns as it pin-worms were crawimjg mn and
about the rectum :the' private par'ts are
sometimes14* atr,eted. If aillo:wed to continte
veryseriouis results may follow .%WA YNE'
OINTMENT' i- a pleasaut. sure care. Aso,
for Te'.ter. Iteh, aLit- Rheum. SCabe'I!-ehat
Eryispelas, ltarbe'rs' Ich. B1 luh.
50 ets.; 3 icr $12 Addrds. Ilt. Son AT NE
'c sos, Philada, i'a. soid by DruggLists.
Ie.-My darling, you look iresi,tibly
S/e.-Do I? Thanks very much! you
are handsome as a Prince, Charley, in your
Ile.-Give the credit to the DIAMOND
Shirt. my lo;e, v;hich I wear for the firA
time to-:ight; it is that which gives tone
to niv toilette. IIere is its prototype (slip
ping the Diamond cngagenctt ring cn
S/e.-Miay our love be as enduring as
the fame of
"The DIAMOND Shirt."
WAMSUTA 2100 LI N.
If your dealer does not keep send his address
to Daniel Miller & Co., sole mauufacturcrs, liti
THE .ME 1.IC: N_FRMER,
Established 1819, and for more than a Third
of a Century under the came
Detoted to FARMING, STOCK-RAISING,
FRUIT GROWING, MARKET GARDENING,
the DAILY, the POULTRY YAY.D, etc., etc.
Special attention is paid to Fartilizyrs anc
Manures, including those of commerce and
Reports of Representative Farmers' Club:
are a notable feature of its issues.
There is a Home Department, with charm
ing reading and practical suggestions fot
the ladies of the larm household.
The most competent. successful and ex.
perienced men and women have charge o.
the several departmtents.
No Farmer in the Atlantic States. from
Delaware to Georgia. "can ntord to be
without" this old and reliable adviser and
Guide on farm work.
The American Farmer is published twice
every month, (on the 1st and 15th). It iz
beautifully printed on line white paperin
clear type. $1.50 a year. To clubs of tivc
or over, $1.00 each.
Handsome, Valuable and Useful Premium
are given to all those who will take time
and trouble to collect subscribers.
SAM'S SANDS & SON, Publishers.
128 Baltimore St., Bali imore, Md.
The HERALD and the American Farmer
will be clubbed together and sent to any
address for $3.00 for one year.
Fortify tho System.
All who have' eperienced and witnessed
the cee:t of Hostetter's Stomach Bittr
upon the weak, broken down, desponding
victims of dyspepsia, hiver complit,
fever and ague, rbeumatism, nervous de
bility, or premature decay, know that iu
this supreme tonic andl alterative there
exists a specific principle which reaches Lii
very source of the trouble, and efeccts ai
absolute and permanent cure.
For sale biy al1 Drugists end Dealers
lothingO , &c c
Can b foun
begintlya k ns ia,,ug
an cote f unti he llwngW
Aet t::- O EST u phrICnEa,
prtpare foLr tESmtingB -TSIeNwh
ca n utndi-O rsn cn.
toA.d.Klgreo Fa O OTlih
4nie ' __._ _.-__.
W. J.POLLARD JAS. L. ROBERTSON.
POLLARD & ROBERTSON,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 731 Reynolds Street, AUGUSTA, CEORC;.
Manufacturers and General Agents for the Followiin- Mehincry. (on
sisting in Part,
100 Fairbanks Standard Scales,
100 Thomas Smcothing Harrows,
100 Acme Pulverizers and Clcd Crushers,
100 Reapers, Different Makes and Styles, (single or combined.)
25 Hubbard Gleaners and Binders, (Independent.)
25 Threshers and Separators, (varier, sizes and styles)
25 Watertown Steam Engines, (a sizes all styles).
20 C. & G. Cooper & Co. Steam Engines, (all sizes and styles)
10 Oneida Steam Engines, (all sizes and styles)
75 Smith's Hand-Power Cotton and Hay Presses,
50 Pollard Champion Gins, Feeders and Condensers,
25 Nebett & Goodrich IXL Cotton Gins at $2.00 per saw,
10 Neblett & Goodrich second-hand IXL Cotton Gins at $1 50 per saw, in good order,
5 Kreible Engines.
WOO) WORKING MACHINERY (all kinds) FLOUR & CORN
-MILLS, & MILL MACIINERY.
Otto Silcut Gas Engines, IHancock Inspirators, Dean Steam Punp,
Milburn Roller Breast Gius. Feeders and Con(ensers. Carver Seed Cotton
Cleansers, Newell Cotton Seed Ilullers and Separators, Colt's Power
Cotton Presses, Sliaftiig, Pulleys and II:ngers. Steam and Water Pipes.
Fittings. etc. Belting, Lacing, IIoeS, etc.
COTTON MILL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
A full line of Miachinery of all kinds in [stock aid for sale low. Call and
examine befui e ptrci:tsii.;, and save noncy.
Send for catal"gues. Correspondence solicited and promptly attended to.
Pollard & Robertson, 731 Reynolds st., Augusta Ga.
W. T. GAILLIARD, A,t. iewberry, S. C.
----e e - - an
COLUMBIA CASII DRY GOODS STORE,
0, F. JAKON, M alLager,
120 Main Street, - Columbia. S. C.,
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL
NOTIONS, CLOTHING, IIATS,
Ladies and Gents Under Garments,
TERMS STRICTLY CASH i
" 4 W-10=150 ~
-=--~=-~- TH BLATCHLEY
Seems to vield every time to trea,ment BUY TEBES
with Swif 's Specific.
Spartanburg, S. C., March 13, ISM. BLATCHLEYS
Your nost valuable nedicine (SWIFT s
SPECIFIC) has done mc so mnuch g,od thlat -TRPENA L
I feel like <aying tii for the benefit of those P~EI-IE
who suffer like I did. I was poisoned by o
I'oison Oak. and saw not a well day for six EMESTB
years, until I used Swift's Specific. hi. the
sIx years I used almiost every k ind of n edi- -CPE-IE
cine, but nIone had the desired effect. A'ter
usIng six bottles of Swift's Specific I am res-U M
tored to p)erfect health-with not a sign of It
that awful poison left bun1feOG9
Yours Truly, DAYID NESITT. . hue ntcrd
POISON OAK. CC.LTILYMnfr
I had for thirty-eight years sufferal every S. Plada
spring and summer with Poison Oaik, whii ih IOOm frnmo eaetAe
I contracted in bathing when a boy. I tried .a-2- .
everything for it, including many Physicians,
but without any benefit. I too)k six bottles
of Swift's Specific (S.S.S.) four yeas~5~ ago,i(tc o t~ic rob
and it cured tne sound and well. Trhree sum
rmers have passed, and I have had no return -npontIprebodcotebwl,
ofi.JOSEP11 BEASLY, Colnmbus, Ga. sd,bc nthat elwuie ri
REMJARKABLE RESULTS. lrt'iu,wiihtnu,dycuh
I have lid temarkable success with Swift'sdiybe,wthulpannbckpr,os
Specific, lhave cured several cases permanent- o eoy or3 ih.Frteetobe
ly in a very short time. One case which I "WYNk 'LS r uecr.Bx
am now treat.ing was given up to die, and Pil)byml,-5.t.5br10.A
after using three bottles is so far recovered Sl yDugss a.s-y
that I thiink one more bottle will cure her.
The most remarkable case of all was a lady
with rnedtithiry cancer of the womb, for whom Goso
I had no hIope whatever. A fter using oneAl Ii& ,
bottle I am satisfiedt she will soon he cured.
J. WYLIE Q UILLIAN, M. D., tli:sktila
Our T~ntic onWood Easieys, S. C. MSt-IN OS S
OurTretis on13lodand Skin Diseases
Imailed frte to appl:ca1nte.
TrIlE .MW[FT SPECIFIC CO.. TH S A EOF R D
Drawer 3, A tlanta, Ga. AtVr
N. Y. OffiQe. 159 W. 23d St., bet. 6th & 7th ~ lotPois
SEND FOR PRICE LIST. M O T
Mc E L REE'.S t
P AL A CE
CHARLEN,S C. .l N PRN S
LAXGEST STOCK.SATABR CO,SC
LOWEST PRICES I---.
IN~ THE SOUTE.ThPrlrtOSolii lbad
. P.EPU.RING A SPECIALTY.g lcer~peitii miottc
SEND XE YOUR WATOEES. te1 fMyudrtn aemn
Nov. 15--1y. aeeta : er
W1ATllE AD JEWERY Mc t hp
At the New Store on Hotel Lot, IPO &SMSN
I have now on band a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and PlatedWare, lEIL OK~ O~
VIOLIN ANID GU5ITAR STRINGS,
SPECrACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES Tu n.Car er Caa'
WEDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, lMesSrpue Qeto
IN ENDL.ES VARIETT. Ios
All o:-'!ers by mail promptly attended to. Cr~ie ~ltaABakI)5
Watchmaking and Repairintg coloosalkd.
.Done Cheaply and with Dispatch. Sef ise odadSle
Call axl examine my stock and prices. BitlBadfrtqaiy
EDUARD SCHIOLTZ. ltigPprAlszs
1 - Nov. 21, 47-tf. Nt ae-omril Ht
LONDON HAIR RESTORER--REAT ENGLUSHToeiewthsitroterails
glo-s. and .ma'dn-e. lt.-mouves I,a~nruoir. pe taio
0 AristocrI tIC faiuilies ot Great Pritln en
dor-c I Eiegant dres-ing. Fragratly CI A. O A I.
erfum.d The tavorite oX fashion. AtMr
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
COLU:aMIA. *. C., June _9th, 18SI.
On and alter sunday, June 29, 19. the
PA:-SENGE1t TRAINS will run as herewith in
ticated upon this ro-d and its braiiche'+
Daily, except Sundays.
Nn. :3. UP PASSENGER.
Leave W.. C. & A. .unction - --- 12.:;5 a in
Leav" Co'unbia,A - - q 12.01a in
."A!Mton, - - - - IfPp at
Newberry, - - - - 2:5 p in
Ninety-Six, - - - - 4.1: p in
Iodges, - - 5 17 p at
" lelton. - - - : p an
Arrive Gree.ivi!1e, - - - - 7.5) p in
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenvil:e, - - - .5 a in
6" Ielton, - - 11 21 p in
" iodges, - 12.34 p m
Ninety-Six,----- .:--p m
Newberry, - - - 3.11 p in
Alston, - - 4.12 p in
rrive Columbi:r,F - - 6.i5 p Il
Arrive W., C. & A. Junction. - - - - 5.3v y In
IPAlTAN BURG. UNitON a COLUM1BIA RAILPOAD.
No. 53. UI' I'ASSENGER..
Leave AIston. - - - - 1.55 p n
" Strothter, - - - - 2.:4 p in
Sheiton, - - - - 3.:0 pia
" Santuc, - - - - 3.3t p m
" ULion, - - - - 4.2 p in
Jnesville. - - - 4.11 p in
Arrive Spartanburg, - 5J7 p m
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, Il. & 1). Depot, 11 11 5> p Ia
" Spa,rtanburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 12.I0p n
Jonesvi!le. - - - 1.2 p n
Union. - - 1.35 p i
Santuc, - - - 2.21 p in
" Shelton, - - - 3 ;1 p m
" Strolher, - - - 3.: p in
Arrive :t Alstu. - . - 4.07 p in
Leave Newberry. - - - 3.:Xp in
Arrive Laurens C. UT., - - .45 p in
Leave Laurens C. H., - - 9.15 p in
Arrive Newberry, - - 12.2' p in
Leave Iodges, % - - .5.31) p in
Arrive at Abbeville, - - - 6.3, p in
Leave Abbeviile, - - - - 11.3 p in
Arrive at Hoees. - - - - 12.30 p m
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDEUsoN
Leave Delton (.38 p m
" Anderson 7.12 p in
" Pendleton 7.59 p in
Leave Seneca C, 5.52 p in
Arrive Walhalla 9.15 p In
Leave Wa:balla, - - 8.40 a in
Leave Seneca C, 9.u7 a in
" Pendleton, - - 9 52 a in
" Anderson. - - lu.42 p in
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.15 p in
FREIGHT, PASSENGER COACI[ ATTACHED.
Leave Belton f.15 I In
Willi:inston 7.10 It Im
" Pelzer 7.37 a ul
'iedmlont .3 a I
Arrive Greenville :a.2-, p im
Leave Greenville . 4.15 p mn
Peinont .5.3k p m1
Pelz:r 6.15 p im
Willianston 7.00 p II1
Arrive Belton 7.40 p mn
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augueta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from al:
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Columbia and August:
Rai'road for Wilmington and the North
With Charlotte, Colum%ia and August:
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg tailroaa
from Hlenderouvil fe.
1. With A. & C. Div.. R. & D. R. R., fron
Charlotte and beyond.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
M SLAUGIITzar, General Passenger Agent.
D CAInIwxLL, Ass'* General Passenger Agt.
Columbia. S. C.
South Carolina Railway Companyj
CILANGE OF SCUEDULE.
On and after May 11th, 1884. P'assenge:
Trainis on this road will run as follows un
til further notice:
TO AND FROM CHARtLF.STON.
Leatve Columbia '7.50. a mn f5.25 p mn
Arrive Charleston 1220 p um 9 55 p mn
Leave Chareston 1S.IM a im *1.30 p mn
Arrive Columbin 12.>S a mi 9.22 p mn
IDaily. *Daily except Sunday.
TO AND FRO3M CA'.!DEN.
Leave Columbia *7 50) a ms *5.25 p ms
Arrive Camden 2.2.5 L In .2 p*- m
Leave CaiIda *'.00 a ms *4 t0)p In
Arrive Columbia 1 .,n a mi t.22 p mn
*Daily except SunIdays.
To A ND 'FRO3 AL'C'STA.
Leave Co:un:bi. *.50. a nm +5.25 p~ m
Arrive August.. 1.20 p mn 8.10 a mn
COING WE IST,
Leave Augusta .*7.15 a ms
Arrive Columbia 12.8pn m
*l)aily except Sunldays.
Connection made at Columbia wiih ths
CotlumIbi; 7.nd Greenville Rail Road bytrali
arriving at 12.:5 P. M., and depart.ing at 5.Z
P. M. Connection made at Columbia Junc
lion with Charlotte, Columbia and August:
Rail E -ad by samne train to and from al
p)oints on bo0th roads with through P'ullmai
leeper betwecn Chiarleston and' Washing
tern, via Virgini:a Midland route, withou~
cha:nge. Connection moade:at Charlestce
with ste.~amers for Ne w York on We dnesday
and Saturdivs; also. with Savannrah an<
Charlcst"n Railroad to adl points South.
Gonnections are. made at Augueta wit
Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad t
and from alIl points South anld West.
Throngh tickets can be purchased to al
p)oints South and West, by applying to
D.~ MCQUEEN, A gent, Columbia.
D. C. A LL EN, G. P. & F. A.
JoN 13. PECIE, General Manager.
Asheville and Spartanburg Eallroad
SPARTANBURG. S. C.. May 12, 1881.
On and after Monday. May 12st, 185
passenger* trains Will be run (daily (Sundayii
excepted) between Spartanburg and Heri
dersonville, as folio wa:
Leave R. & D. Depot at Spartanburg..00O p
Arrive at H[endersonville.........930 p
Leave He~ndcrsonville..............00 a
Arrive R. & D). Depot, Spartanburg.1l.:.J p
11oth traiins make connections for Colun
bia and Chiarleston via Spartanmburg, Uon
andl Co,l:unibia and A tlanta-and Charlotte hb
Air Line. JAMES ANDEIRSON,
an r- a bt-.i aetai estm h
We, rezr hee otePotatr1
adv :iic,. tems ad ot er encesii t' ac.
clint in1your owan.' Sto or enunry,t wit
Oppowe Pal tet: Ofile Wsington D.C
t- abs:,t!ey Wre Not rik.C:pialn
reqnuired E. rad,t?Wi y Wn wantlbu
u. ma'. ,at wich pesn of reitand e;
yon V. y r hir, can th.e ..rna i att
ime o thet~ work Pih sltenOfe r crat
wrl~Ictermc,adrefero H. Haltt A Cz
Out of Jaws of Death:
This gentleman who outlines his case be
low hi is a man c.nsidcrably advanced in
life; and is noted for his sterling intcgrity
Ilis pos:-office is Yateavil'e, rpson counly
G;. I he folowing is
Mr. John Pearson's Sta
In the Spring of 1882 I was attacked
a very MInd cough, which continued to
worse tntil fa:i, when Igot so weakt a
could not get about. I tricd a ,reat maay
kinds of medicines but continued to grow
worse. I wasc notified tat I bad censump
tion .n, woa:Id probab;y die. Dr. Holloway
finaliy t)Od mc to try Brewer's Lung Re- :
storer. They sent to Wrd's Store and go
a bottle ..nd I commenced taking it right
away. After taking two or three doses, I 4e
gan tv inlprove, and by the time I had usedf
up one bott;e I was abic to get on tmy fcer
again. I am now in excellent health. I ath
confident t!at the Lang Restorer saved my
life and my neighbors are of the same opinion.,
It is the best Lung -Ucmedy ever made In
opinion. Dr. Ii. promised me that he w
write to the manufacturers and tell tL
the v:onderfu! cre it made in my c
Statement of Benj, F. IIea
Early in Novcmber, 1&3l, while scwir.
the mchine, my wife oas tat en W'
severe pain in her side, which was se
lowed by hemorrhages from her lur
severe cough. Fever coramerc-d,.
neither eat or sleep, and in a few w -.
was reduced to a living slelcton
tending physician told me that l;t th
one of her iungs wr's entirely g(ne.
could not retain the most delicAt!rou1b
ment on her stonach, [then sgree with
Sullivan, my family physician, to call .
Holloway in consultation. They made a
final examination of the paicnt and pro
nounced the case hopeless. Dr. Holland
then sugg:ed the Brewer's Lung Restorer'
as a last resort, I sent for a bottle and gavC
her a dose. I found that she could retain It
on lie: stomach and after abet:t the third
dose, I began to nctice some improvement
in her condition. I continued the medlcie
regularly and by the time she had taken two
bottles, si:e was ale to walk about the
house. S!.c is now in better haTth than she
I has enjoyed for severa! years. I believe
the Lung Restorer saved her life. We have
ave a ftnily of six cildron, some of them
Mr. IIcarudon's post-office is Yatesville,
Upson county, Ga. Ile is a thioroughly re
liable man in every particular. -
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