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ANo'rrEn niine has b01 d!-covered
In St. l'ee: t
leadi): to 0h!'. f w a.
Th ir IV-- n!W11,
Autocr-at fa w : s, h i
bettercoe iovr oAria ra
sco or y pnt.l
paired, and fe n -tan eertine ba t
he my nlot Im be abpe to hold t!
pinte on ofr teacthe repu
tival, wh:> iP :Uid Statesto o .de Ih
bone and al es coime d Iow y os
at bZ1"., an1p1i1".1be ina o;:
THEr peo)ple of"' ;miane s
h01pc to hiave grr.ml, atri o ill
near fatur if thlas y iave nvt enso::gh
enterprise tnd progro Emng thoe
to haugurate a yaiect of public
schlools. &11hoo l sho intealligence
ard enlightenment, and thesae bring
capital froin abroad.
SENAToR TheRAN has been ap
pointed one of the three representa
tives of the United States to the Inter
national Monetary Comference. The
old gentleman is quite pleased at this
evidence of friendship from Garfieldt.
It will be an easy come down fi-om
public to private life, land hie will
have a pleasant tite as he speaks
UNDeur the laws of Englatd some
person has brought action arainst
Charles Bradlaugh, atheist and ~Radi
eal, for voting it Parliament without
having taken the oath which arms a
belief In God and allegance to the
Sovereign. Bradlaugh refused'to take
this oath, and was allowed by a vote
of the House of Commons to omit the
religious portioni of it. As thjis action
Is but a part of the obsttietonary
measures proposed by the opposition,
Bradlaugh has resigned In order to
prevent dilatory motions and points
of order ralised agrainst, his vote.
Senator Billy Mahone.
Different opinons are exprested at
to tie reult of he endcosunter betweenl
Hill and Ma1ihone onl EXimdar. Wh'ilIe
tie seial corraponlsporl1 i a
1x e soe troenteJ -me in
patei a in ou imae-ds str
eloget Ur 1 ).n e
aever, the i o o
tIoned sndI, '
sental al, and i t o
eratr and hpre\sevn.Teco
o'ut or absorb th maue en
ranatimreei iyonlit anr
haonn ste auehecitus
tndr- shee, ifpatcladt
anyp th ruddelycvr wt
ofte manus posbed gaby cand d eds
entirly o thefodco tedb thpoe
ton sed ckeIo grad sutpyn he an
liqesd ofnigno the anure eal
apprchst he u aluei ot abmnr
Bt ain uelmt fod atr
age' the yerrudIeryalctl
grazI e from the pooerclase ofgas
Thefl o vlue of the manur deotdb
te i lsend andi of ra* rpo
caracter It nevrteles as les
8sen tiv leinis ot o k n
d hotnh1' be thoroughlv
n n : sna-.k to like 1h0
q. a to iniblit it to absorb
r.it ig a41i:l Inlaiure(A. If every
(iep.osit. waS cover'd - pxeh) moriIng
with a Mhivel Wul of earth the saving
would Lie very great. Thiero "trod
ots." te are gener'lly teimed,
i hen ce 1 r- Aely (nrichweq hold their
Ilmn i t nr. I iph s
-1 wii:M it is av t'ro to three for the
h trse in po h t he Fame ; in .11mn
n':.m . ': - o nn au thsority plac'.
C ~''~' lt(U1 t StabV 11
t em.' d -n ha lroml n' 1ow Usi
by. e umt imite that,
b-:~~111. P--r.:laatirovenly peninlg
A il froin Cut scant pistures,
:.'Q di not get that imuch. -
Fro h-1' we ; et a very limited
)mI'< aur.I fa , l m t
cnce, iune, Fave from the pensi it)
which we ta:ten for lillin in the fall.
The bJelt wvay to conJstrUct'stizi a pelt
is over a pit so that all excrcients,
solid or liquid, can fall into the pit.
In euch ca -es little or no litter need be
used. When a number. fifteen to thi'
ty or more, are to be penwed and fat
teied, and especially if to be fed sev
eral months, it is weil to construct- a
pen in the shape of i lane with a gate
ut each end. By this mians a wagon
can be driven th6rough the pen to sup
ply litter. This, in such a case, may
be given f'reely---corn stalks, s(rawv,
leaves, woods inhnld, muck, peut, &C.
-the more the better. unittil the whole
pen is covered two oi three Feet deep.
, The mantre from the hog Is in pto
portion to stable manaure, in phosplor
ic acid as 8 to 12; in ammonia as 8j to
6 ; in potash as 5 to 28. It Is better
for' special purposes that any other
manure, and acts kindly on all iplitits.
Hogs are sometimes alowed fecess to
cowpens and stables to help the ina
nure-making process. This is wrong
and should not be allowed. The horse,
the cow and the hog should each. have
separate quarters. and proper arrange
ments made for saving the manure
separate. They may be nixed to ad
vantage onl or lefotre applietion to tlie
soil. With Very little care, the value
of the manure made fromt a. pet of fat
telling hogs will be equal to the value
of t la tllbor required to feed them, if
it does not far exceed the same.
I Alt31E.R Ci REELE~Y.
Q.VE'E S OF THE CABINET.
Grt..t Mni's Little Squabbles--A Famous
to, r ai Slw It Bobbed to the Top.
T:am.March 11.-10, makes
S: . d (reilnce %A hat manner o.
b net oflicer's wili- is., es
n thie~ gay days of Washing
I .I '~. 'There is a certain amtout
h;.it ywv devolving upoll the
i-l". Presilentt's advisers.
Ilimn before the world
hIv "':cJ htion which they limay
pre '2lltv ious to to elev'ationt
* bI 1. It i. just, ats iiteumt
.......... ci tilt in the selee
- h .1Mrs .1 aie
bont'' i iit The
- t i: . O ih -~,it'l
upon h ve t owd belo.:: Sheid u-i'.
band., MrIs. laiiitt ne po.ees t hose'
peculiar quatlifienattin which make at
wile a great Coltmfort and1( id to a piub
Mrs. Windom is a finte, matronly hi
d1~y wh'o has neCver shtavt anyt dis'posi
(ion for society and I-ivol iies. WhlileI
site always dresses ini gotod taste, iii
eitber black silk 0or eatint, 0or soni1 sol.
Id color1, there is niothuing dainltg to
distinguish her in a cro wde-d rece~pt ionl
r'oom. She appears to best. advanttage
in the home cir'cle.
Th e oddlest tish int the C'abinect hss
ket is Samueal J1. Kirk wood, the Sect'e
tarr of the Interior. H~e is a plai n man,
antd has an agrieuliu al aippitar'.ti
but the one whlo picks hint tip as a flat
will be mistaken. Little is known of
his wime bevond the faict that she is an,
eslihnable laidy who partakes in a mnease
uire the qiet miannher of1 her- -hunbandt
and has a himitedi circle of acquaint
Secr'etar'y Linicoln's iIfe was Mary
Harttlan, daulghter of ex-Sentator iiiu'.
Ini heir yo~unger' days (lie suitors for' her'
lier pr'esentce in thte charm'ledl circle-tl
t,, Canbmeit will atdd to its brlilliatcy.
'l'he tac't that Mrs. MaeVenghi Is 81
Iltui an;Itwi',,'s daughiterha,:s given hotr
at t'putaiton. wh Iich has pr'ecedetd hter
hter'. 81..' I ts all, gratti'cful of' ligure,
ani h:v. fin lipenlt yeast'i in societ v" with
wi i li'ihsen he wasq ini the 'zeniuth
ry~4)' and powe)0V(r, comles
d 4 or the newt bi,'yhtlOrs
- her 'hiusbaned anmd herself
I hat shet p)ossesses ini a
''e manyttil of thie chlaracter'.
i I 'aits are mtor'e largely|
l Iiitan of thle relatives,
b41 '3 u . (p in) a p)olitical I
I.~~ hasIL 114 acquiir'ed thte fac-|
m11 leni andt women at a
n oi I amt told that he's has I
t'1? mma~iit itn many of.the'
lt by my hutsband.i~ Mr. I
among tie most uoted at the capital.
lirs. Hunt will' be the belle of the
Cabiiet beyond doubt. 8he 18 a beau
tifil blonde, agreoabtq lit natinor- and
oultivated in taste. Mrs. Iunt is o6
of the beat eduiated ladies in Waluing
ton, a .withal atrillant qocietyF wo"
man. er otrvJe of acqqaintaoes is
larve, and ste. entertains with trnq
Postmaster Jalues has a lovely wife,
A, ho will be an ornament to society
The Cabinet, is not made up of rich
met'n bv i11% lneanl8. B1laille is proba
bly fixed bet ter thlan anly of the rest,
&. farl us a bantk accouin, is cencerned.
H c hit a mn residenice, Iandsomely
urniihceid, o Fifleenth street. The
vrt of tle imettibers live moderatel,
iad it Is doubted whether the-v will
branch out, because the salary of $8,
000 per year, which each will receive,
will hardlyar ' waralnt exIitaordi nary ex
penses. lit the 'lst AdmiInistrationl
Secretalry Slerianl bore the brunt of
eiitertaiinig oil behal of the Ministers
under the new regime this falls to the
lot of Mr. Blaine.
A C1EAI AND DRABLE CISTERN.
An alundance of rain water for
famtily use. for tle barn'ayatrd and irri
gia ion inl the garden, is still a great de
5id'eraum in ir rrinal distriuts. Tie
great bair to this water atipply is the
ani i (41 pati eCXpen sev. 1; e-W.,s 51mvCV
Io exCa va'e ad1(l line (l sides of a cis
terin with brick and stone. Most firi-um
hlouses hiave 11o provisioln for washiig
except well water, (i!aWnt with the
bucket. ind this In often hard, and the
'yard and batrnt cellar ate without. aiv
water For stock. A cistern that, will
hold all tile Water that tilIs upon the
house or the barn is Within reach of
every thrifty fartn'er, an11d will pay tot
Itself every yeair ill saving latbor, 1111d
ill thq health anld cota Iort of the ihil',
anid in the care of the ami - stock. A
neiglihbor of ours, who is a gairdneir as
well as a iiatrier. built a eitern fCol his
greeihouse last year, amd liked it so
well that he has b'uilt aiother this fill
for his barn and garden. The fi rst
item of expense wias the labor of exca
vating on the south side of the bani,
where the frost does not penaetrate verv
deep, Tie excavation is about ten feet
deep, ten feet in diameter at the hot
tom, and twelve feet at the top. The
soil is gravelly loatn at the top. and(
comtpact gravel below. But Sanld, it' it
were compact enough not to cave,
would aisweir Just as' well. The side
of' the cistern are made as even as pos
sible, and a wash of Poi'tland cement is
applied with a broom. to the bottom
and sides. This dries very rapidlv,
aid four or five coatings will make'a
perfectly tight and strong basin tao hol(
all the water that will ever fall into it
The cost of the cmeniit is verv' smiall
aid the thin crust, backed by ilie solid
subsoil, is Jist tagood anid durable as
mason work of brick or stone. For ii
civerlaig lie used chestnut timber ol
011e foot il diaieter, hewii tipon o4
side, uon which cleEt nut plan).k Iwc
linches thick were laid. Two leaden
cutiduct. the water I'riont the eaves o1
tie barn 1into the cistern. A man-hoh
w..s left at the top large enongh for ti
ch::niig of the cistern. and for the in,
sertion of the pump.. The plank wim
covered With ablout -two 'eet of eaith
which is a sufficient protection againas
frost in this Ila it tide. The cistern w iI
hold 8,00 gallons of wae,'. o more
anid wvill furnish an -abunant supph1
for a ock. anad for irr t.(ti on ni o.-di
MOft 'i'niWilfrTiii/'isi ie~Iaec.S/'
hibor' and(lI lmbe, and the 01onioane'
4'utlayv would be for' the l'otland~ ce
maent. '.This :emienat wvill hardeni un de;
ii itter', and becomte as solid a.4 stoane
a.t a emat re ly practicatble for tal most am
11run4a'(4 to bildl a cisternl of' the kini
<h4"ethed,(1 4111( to haive a1 good suphph
nt* water' for. his ('attle dtin g thie wvin
,1 'r. Ulni hi a cisterni.-Am1 leri can 'ly
"4t' I iunN4J M A TatONY. - TIhi
borSet Sn give's ana ac.ounat of'e
- 1 4.. a'reem ir inc41ororatedl it
4 n143a, cal i-d the Amea'ican Mu
-''' soia41tion. thle obiject o
a hir enteri 1(the Ilptrrin
-~ . Of (:orise thet scalek of' lpamenat.
his 4 tew11 1asociatiton is exactly 4p.
p losie to thatt whieb it is Ilecessat'y tc
jitup~loy ana lite inasur':nice. The' youno
er1 youaare wh len youi insureI v~'Sel
tat a lIte cotany1l1 the f'ewera thle'chia ne
are thait. (lit ill die Sootand 441(1(411(.
quen rtly the bet tea thie ra t's you ill
itt. iu in a aiage~t i'asur'aance
conatpainy the youanger yoni aret'
reaer yur iabiity tamat rimioan-'
34n4(1 I lhe grealIt'r tlhei'isk ofti nisurianiee
'fi his 1- the lawi of' tnatire, ai the i ('-i
4IaI in.) does~ 1no1 propose,~ it is ha'..
liev'ed, to attempllt to uifiv or im-.
prao4) e it. Of' course a comnpani' which
Iahrs l tinanaried'i' betw'~een lhe
--gecs of1 ten ani sevenat v..iver-a'
a"'t 'xp)ct ao iaa-lnde it lirOI i oi't of
Itheos wh~ose e'fforts () chanlte their
conadition wii'ill inca4(alse iinI114IS i Iei'
with eaich r'evolving~ .car a, so thlat then
assoc'l iati must. cona itnalil re-en t.
the iptaiC~tle of 1la'potion ot'itl mem.~
heasainl.>ststnggl inag to defei~at its lend..
Ing oblct- ihe generaal t-uled 'of
prht'ielldI anyl fintancia~l Itroubtlei fraom
this. TVhte only restrlIiti w hichI it
uaaposes ielates to enigaaged people.
whto aa' iiralut to e'nagar ii u, dei'
ale pti eteases. To. head tile-C' oil h .re
is a1 hV-latw byi wi bi;4.'an. ''ininhear w no
marr1iles wi ithm a Ii ear fraoma the (Lte
of' thira certificate' forfejits aill ('c1lams
on1 thle associatlion . In atll ot 1- I't'te'
metninlbet's wh Io pay lhir '( dues iregtih--i'
ly receiv e t he f'uIllimountt of' their.
-I renlmina~ tipon miarriaige. The suna
adds that I'f this associatiom priospers,
t here will lbe ato ntore diower'less birides,
anmd every' niuister wh'io celebaratesa
tmariage may retlaaabl y ex pect to
recoveir his fee. .
A HiotnnrnJr; 'tuoE.--Oni lat
Fr Iidaay, wiVl o he a<hnaighltr of " a wvhi te
nat ingaed 'mtnninighami, living jn
Or'angeburag coutyt, was4 goinlg to 'isit
ai netighblort a miile d(ist an t, with her lit.
tie sister',she was violenstly atssaulie<I
lby a negro wvho -had fiblowed hera'
She resisted himi vI ii withmuhi orce. ai
flhadhmg her; too sttrontg for' him, dee
gro seized a light wotod knt ai,d sItm k
heri sentseless. TChe little s 'e r ran ii-ar
hlp, and flhe fiend dragged thla senlse
less gir'l 1(A) yards to a swamnp. She(
partrally rallied antd amade an effor't to
scr'eana 'when lhe renewved his atitemp lt
to outrage hter'. I Ieaintg personis coot
lug, the negro mnade hi esap hto
thte deeJp swamp, anid ever smei(e has
been hotly pursuetId, anud if lhe is founod
lie wvill have a short shr'ift. Thei gli'l is
lying daniger'ously ill. One eye was
almost betatenu out, and~ she was badly
cut in the head. Th'le Outrage occetll~~
about four miiles from Origeburtg;
-New York girls who ar'e "enigag
ed" 'sometiames have thme monogr'iams of
their aflliaced husbands embi)Oderedcl
on their' aprions.
a.7U M2OA0LXNA AMBW5.
-The OraId T dgo of Good Tom
plara will uu0ot L Biuntor nieit aoontlh.
--Anw tional Bank will soon
cotinnonob bties 14 .the towu otDar
-Wrhetoe. Pr. Bonno 'Orindtpat
theDue West Female College, is se
-The C omptroller General has can
celled.$25,181.?O of bills of the BatIk
of the State up to the present time.
-Two inet were recently arrested
at Greenwood and flted five dollars
each for carrying concealed weapous.
-At a recent mectin g of the Facul
ty, Dr. Ford.1.Prioleau was unanimous
ly elected Dejin of the Medical College
n-Thle.I State Agricultural Depart
ment will -pay into the State Treasury,
this year*, $26,000 from the tax of if
teen cents- pet ton onl fertilizers.
.-The-Supremo Court has granted a
new trial t> Dodisoni, Adam, Bates and
BuLrton, colored, convicted of' burising
the Opera.-Uouse at Greenille.
-Tile elzer Mafittacturing CoM
pany,-wilch proposes to erect a large
cotton factory it Williamtston, in An
dersotn couniity, has contracted for 2,
000,000 brick at $5,50 per thousan d.
-On M'Ioiay last itear Greeiville,
Mr. ami Mrs. Dill were riding along
tho ruad. when tte lady wias vollided
il two J)aees in the faee byl hrlots lired
by Fomie sportsiuen in ani adjoining
-Municlpal elections were recently
hold at Hamttttptont amti Vat-Iville. ih
1amptton couity. The - issue inl each
calte was "Iwet" or1 "dry." It the fol
Ier* tie wet ticket previailed; In the
lat ter the drv.
-The New berry Herald sav-La peti
tiot Is beinfg cirultilated, inl thiatt counLty,
iad is rec((!'iing It great IIIlny sigtna
tres,. asking ith le isltature att its tnext
SeSSionl to pit's a 1Iw polhibii tin tho
tantiufactm-e itad sale of sptrittuus
liquors in the btte.
-Sevea-tl citizens of Piokens county,
who weltt to Texas lIat fall and witt',
have rettirned, satisfied thal, taking
ha1Ilth attd otler advalttaues ito cotl
sidtenationt. thii.s i a beteleVouna'ltry han,11
Texas, aid just as good us atty 'oIler.
-Oit ittit Satuday t an election was
hei int the citv of Greenville, onl the
question of stbcribintg tweattv-five
thoulsanld dollars toward bulildilig, thle
Greeiville and Laiturens ll I road. The
result wts 700 votes for subscription
and 14 agaitist subscription.
-Tho Columbia people are discuss
ing platns to got. rid of Thompson and
Nagle, who now have control of the
Columibia Can-d, after which they pro
Psev to build a cotton fictory w'itlh to
---Tie Directors of Camperdown
Mills have intade an llappropriation of
twelve liutdred dollars for the erecdtion
of t chtirch Ott t heir preilises int Green
ville, which is to ble opetned to the de
t iinations of the city. The Rev.
Laditvh Wood is looking to that particu
hr (teld of I eligio is hiotr.
-The Chester and Lenoir Railroad
has just added ntew passetnge- and mail
c (ches to the rolling stock of the road.
Tile ltht.:class pas-cnger coach was
built by the Jacksonit atd Sliarpe Com
painy, Wlilltigtona, Dlc.. anid is a hand
sineH car, capa Ile otseating torty-eigt
passtengeQrs. Tl'he0( hii' ar of the road(
h iive ben titt inito .the shops for' the
- --Bvenit-dight-Demncr~ats of Barn.
~vell coun ty .have beett airested andi
- biouttulove*r for i al at the April tern
of the Ut Iled St ates Court, ini Char-les
tont, .oat the charg tof vi~olat inlg the
electiota laws. Of' this tt ltmber t hr'e
w ~ere arrettetd ont1 the chatrge of iter.t
*t-titgrgwith Un titedl Sttets Siupervisors
eight: for illegal voting; Itree for fraiu
- as5 mwanager-s; fi fty--eight fotr obst -ute
ig, v'oter-s; andl six for treatentino'
lmtiedq St ateS witnetsses.
-Atr. C. L. Fostetr, ftromt Pickem
(cluntt v, brughlt t o G renville oat WXe..
ntht'r~ th litmentable1 inatellhigencre 4)
the dea'4th of little Johnt Catrroll, atged
ab out 1 welv y ears, san of .AIr t . Lewis
(':t rioll, wh~o hiv-s nueair 'Tal ie .Imir
John1 ithadi gotne 't withI somet voltnta
tr'iends lust 'Ttesdayv to Itmt.fatdi
whtilst they~ wetie lingit on Tablle
Rlock, Jod ml lost his foot ing anid was
pareciiliIta ed( to the blottomt, a l! of
otne thoa.uitnd two hunttdretd feet. Iat
tfallitig tha t dlistatnce, atmaiosphteric cont
(tts-Ium tint-t ist ve cau tsed dethI be for-e
Ito tontl(lO the grottatl.
* -Jiluge~ Whittu I eury Iluntt, the
uttw seere ry t- of the uatvv, is a nattive
ot Carles >n-a lIe is tlie son of' the
* . bat. 'Ton is 1 lauuta, whoi wats at oneo
tine tl'e 1 i t i sh( Governtor of the lia
hattrnais-, wi~ i lnan-i(ed Loutisa (GailIlanr,
at si ster of'I he iott. 'ITheo. (Gailhi td of
ttlat cityv. tt mita tfot' sott--Thoore
naiii f notait, who wvas a ''em-p-al of
c >ts'dealj e ~romtire:t ciin het 'otnfeY
rb'eaus artt; 'hTlos. Ilini a (li-ati..
U iliiatti leuary ttaul. ihle youn tge-l
Soin, whlo ti'tt Chi~alestona Mt he age oft
six years, itatd reie in &mtti si~tanta i un
til Its- rent ova.t-lto Walshintgtonat ILeu-~
--l'ieblijntg 31e'l)')oll was kilIled oat
-t.- .. Wo, -kan'-at* lpine, int Newhe-try
lelu-tytlt~. 'he~:. a 'olrer (litv n- m-nt
- an dri't i a all ,I m' wa.,It~ott- di t It
k'iinn. , oh, j-a. brl pit iona'. t
li (oby tvl i Fiuebln riaa ).1fe
awedi-.uii ti ihe ay oitt-, bmhl
vtor ci- a.o otheros t king par ~l t. Ini a
shtot timaib Fild1 it ng ws shot wvithI an
Etaitlh li rie aind ki Illd instnanttiv. Thte
willtnesses till testified that1 Simton fire'd
.he rill- Mimton tatd Job)Iit are bo tin
.I. Thei~partilea at-e till colored.
SA fter IHamlet and the Gr-ave-digger:
utee at a st able--Vm F"llvireshmantti
(to hostletr, who' its rubbin'g downv I his
htorse): "'Pa! . I'an afr-aid yoti're cu-ta
ryiig tfavort withI that htor-se." I lostler':
'Faith, ruo! I'm mneey scrapini' an ac
-"M~y ftrlends," saId the political
Spi-der-, withlt a burst of ige nuous
elo q uece, "I will be honiest--.' There
was a large ntumber' of' hIs .neIghbors
presenit, anld thte terrnfle outburst of' ap
pI~tat8 wVhih- followed t his remtar'k ott.
ti rely utpset theo point wiichi the orator
wvas ablit to inttrodutce.
JOJ-ACK 'of-ether- omployntent dur.
D'- it ths. slack buiness~i seasRon, the
und nedpro: os to hialf-solo shoes
un C h b st leaither.
'DES'.s1HOJS A SPECIALTYI
8PEOIAL N Q'RICE8.
nawoL o it4hi m
Oh t htU roen 0toIel 0 t
freel. and 1y wil rewrotr. 1t i best, how.
ever, to co lnence tile 0S4 ot the 8tock Feed
a little ahead of the cholera season, which will
prevent them from taking the disease.
r . QUITMAN, GA., April 18, IRIS.
For the benefit of all those who are inter.
ested in raising rowls I take pleasure in rtOoln.
inending Shoenfeld's bledicated Stock Feed. I
had several chickens witn cholera, and by the
Ilse of this wonderful article, given according
to directions, til of thein got Well, and are now
iII a healthy condition. W M. TENNILLE.
I fully concur in the above.
S. T. PRtICE.
Sold by the druggists of this county.
-. MACON. GA.
Messrs. Lanar. Rankin & Laear, Dear Hirs
I had been troubled for a long time before using
i our Consumptive preparation, w-th something
like Asthma, and after using only two bottles
of your Brewer's Lung Hestorer I breathed per
tectly free, and have felt no syinptorn of the
dianse sice. I am confident your medicine
cured me, and I cheerfully reccommend it to all
who art suffering from Asthiaer.
JOHN D. O88.
MACON, GA., March 20, 880.
Messrs. Lamar. Rankin & Lamar, Pear Sirs
I have used your Brewer's Lung Restorer for
Vertigo, and have never been troubied with it
sirce using the medicine. I cannot siy too
mueh for it, and cheerfully reccommeild -it to
all who iieed relief from Vertigo.
Yours truly, J. B. ARTOPH.
MbAcON. GA., March Y0, 1880.
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin & Lamar, near Sirs
I sufierv'd two years with Consupition. and
tiurig the time was tiented by Drs. Rend
Tioius, t'haiton and others of this city, anI
also by a prominent physitein of Macoh. UI.,
wit houl Jlinm any relef. My husband bought.
in.' six bottles of your Brewer's Lung Itestorer,
which I bvgan to take at, oncC, and found m.
eIdiate relief. I have Used t he si b ittles and
have never relt a sviIIptoi.n of the di wse Aince, I
anld my generali heith I- better th it, it, has
been in years. I therefore re coininemd It I - all
wiho hiive C. iumplil ,.n a it Pen.1 beyo t
Prial. V.- resp.etr ' 0 '
Sold b.3 Iit- U,.-uggi .
ON* 110 KNO
'v.%: iR n ('11 ': l - I:- d F
Ouehn n .' .2 r p r .5 . e
11 Id 1 -' . 3l. in .
til 'IVigtorat.s tile geer 0- , 3 gi
iand tone it ihe plio'tr'ste (I (isen-i.(tI (I.
1Paln In the Bli 'der. GU;vfl, I :m-t N
tte'itin'i of th' Urine B -i 1: n - . I) -
f let Ill! 11eases 01 the D.-1 KiL- -
(ire.1 by It.
Prepared only by 'litnt... itkin & L , .
D.auirgsts. Atlanta, Ga , and1 1c., -..Ij L..' l 1
Da uggi -:.
Anttoeh Teuto Ci - (-' , J iC.' v .
11 O. one of .*e III lor' w' l a.reirz r ..
Oravel or <010o h in a:- n ,
and -p~ *Ltler' aecier Nl,ma it i.:. ' n' ,.t.
Jit''1i.'ar thain 7vlh'n - .:.
i'l it - . w-a'l --.
hewor!': I nI%% w i.. . . iAk
en I3ol33. 1'; ii I re't..mi:.. n3 :' .
'l"nOKEN ARnow." U1,-si5...
A nr . .v ;
Dr. c. J.. .offett-Dear Sir-I. for ye II. ,t
your Telci iina (Teethilig Powders) with lly owin
children and o I ml) hantaIti no, whii I owni'd
negroes. They relieved nnt prevetII(edI mtue'
srtiff-ring and sickness ariong the tltrt'idre, .d
bWsides saving miany lives. stVed me much aix.
letY, and 3m12a ny haundred dollars lin docior's bills.
I can, teth confleience, reeonanend them as thc
8trest and best aneafcine I ever utsed for Tee'hingf
Children and the Bottel Disorders of our Southern
Country. Yours truly, ete .
Alvc, On., March ii, 1679.
From having been intimate a number of
years with till pmroplrieiors of "Swifts Syphil
it II Spe'elle" I have knowvn inuel of its mnantu
finctuire andr u'se. Thlere are men in tils comn
miunli'--wel, know" citIzecns--whio wtere v'ic
tti in early life to Sy phills. tihe most terrible
3c, as free from ftan of discase as the first
manl13, freshl from t he ha nds of his Maker. Dell.
ey, of "ourse, forbids thle:' ublic recoin
mendalititOns or this moeditine, butt amn allowed
to refer ihe Seeptic prirartely to those who u' il
enoirse ever'ytiir that can ba' said in its
favor'. Being professionally' much opposedi to
enidorsing or recommndng nostrirxs or s(ecret
3'remediels, it ila with hesitation that. I attach my
03 33ne 10 t his atrt icle ; but I know w'hereof I speak
niihan I saty ihar our scienice has1 not ade pub.
aiI3 Combiniiat ion egqual to "Swvift's fvplhiltic
8pecille" for the purpose indicated. TI'he great.
05st1,3 o to governmen~at cotld bestow oil hun
(ireds of Ihousand.cs or its citI'zens wouild be to
pilimhse this receipt of its proprietors, and
limke it puhnie for the benefit of the present
33m31 niil COmin g L' enera 3ion3s.
TI. L MA8SENBUIIo, Pa. 0.
THlE SwIFT $IPECIFIC COMPANY,. Proprie
(aors. A tlanta. Ga.
Sold by alii Druggists.
Catl for~ a copy of Yottng Men's Friend."
Q~jPECTA L Iiduceents to custoiners
It. will pay to examinec and 'price 01ur
stocak of Dress Goods, Flani'els, Cats
simeres. .Jeans, Pilankets, and( iili other
aisk thle atitenion133 ot' IIee ladies to our
. simmall lot .lot' (::iien y4., 1' i
wil be elo~ced t ad 1;A imlAI N
NCM A.STER, ICE & I(ET ('IflN.
Y BUGG IE and SP IfN(G'
t l ow. priices for' cash, or3i aiiimll
ad(Ivanlce for gort p~a pelt. |
Open Bnlggies--..--.... ..0.00 r
Sqae Body, Three. Z
Sprmi g Wagon, two
~Sporting Wagon, two
SMaterial and wvorkmanlshlip!
Swarraintedl. Axles are Sheldon'ej
.Anchlor brand. Shuler's Springs
and( patent whels. I have alsao i
0 V18. n of Jiariness and
(-( . .CUMIMINGS.
OE p. Dulevy & Fant's.
.dO DOING you wlll bo convince
Itv isi S 11t. c:bnoto be surpasse
\ '. , ving
J UST REFC
3UGARS, Coffees, Molasses, &c., &c.,
FOR CAC3 :
J, L. MEM
moh 19 TH
The Earliest Fi
HAVE RECEIVED Beautiful Camibrica at S
B~eautiful Calicoes at 6~ cents.. Large Linen
it 10 cents. Ganta' bi 1k Han.1kerchiefra (beat
kerchiefs at 10 cent.;. Ladies' Linen Handke
-BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SHlO
ADITIONS to our large and select etock
IIE beat in the market for plain11 or he
T'iIOUSAND DOLLIARS RE WAR]
--bth as t. a maine~iji and1( the range of wvo
Lii h iiny of theC fir'st-(.na;. macihine on thec i
hineis ini use in Fairfld Counity,
8 hiig I, l'o)tatoes;, Onuio
- - -e - . a n c o , F 'om -
ItI WUiter Goods at'o at ill lieing D
['1d at 'redu~ecd pri1ces to naako room)q
SPRING C ng tl
A lot of B~ulst's Gardern 8eeds, just
A LSO, Is
ICED POTA TnEa
d that for Style, Fit, Finish andt
1 Re-enforced bosom, has the cele
'e it imp F ible to ip or
, of my 'er
c- rt -imyv condvince a~ny oneth
C~' 3 and. FULL FACED
t LOWEST 13OTTOM PIMICE7S
Fj LtADER OF LOW PRICES.
cents. Beauf-.al Lawns at O} ens
rowelsat 25 cents. Large Linen Towels
ties) at :0 cents La-'.es' Lawn Hand
rchiefs (Marvels) at 25 oents.
E~S IN ALL QUALITIgs....
made every week, Samples sent on
RTES & EDMUNDS,
_____ COLUMbIA, 8. 0.
y hucks& Fodder.
,avy and fine famnily sowing. ON15
to any' one who can compote with
rk it turns out. Warranted to wear
nar ket. Two hiundred' of tseMa
(it Se eds. Cioi'n, Oats4 Cheecse,
blei, f m ,S mo in and Cheing
Ivd''wn fo rmake r'oomt for' a irow .
-I. 0. 110OA O,
B ii mnre. Md AfMarch 8 189.
~9 per.c~ ~: ti ion. JI ar, e tinbauti.
J- T. 1IJNOLtt,
Ed. a net Ptop't Tekgram,
t'i~~o t te Int ,March 8, 188.e
ats inra te anew si ed. Trey are
td. an I'POLKI
-aanPrP't Ioet C'trw
oW tc a iat d, b. afr1 . 1800.
sa aIowaj st.sd ti.