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Sreaking Roads in Winter.
n many parts of the country in win. .)
er time the roads are filled with snov 5
so deep that they must be broken out to
before travel can be resutaed. If the
land has few obstructions the snow
may be mostly idown from the fieldn
and drifted on the leeward or wind A
v'ard. If th.- road bed is illed froim
f, ace to fene. throwing out the snow
so as to make a path between high w
banks does little good: .the snow
thrown out makes the canks)still high- 'U
er on either side, and the next blow a
drifts the snow deeper than Defore. The I
better way is to drive cattle and horses
-trough the roadway. tramping down
the snow, first preceded by men who
imake two paths in which the animals
may walk abreast. A strong yoke of t
oxen is best to follow the men. They
should be d'i-en through several times
with two wide planks joined together
by a chain dragged after them. Then
put on the road some sheep that are
strong, and taking care not to include
any that are with lanmb. The sheep s
foot is small. but after the track is bi
once made the larger number of sheep
tracks will pack a path more solid L
than can be done with any other an*- Ji
If the snow is very deep, there will w:
be trouble so soon as a thaws come, ni
for the packed snow will begin to thaw af
under the track and horses will break T
- through. Jt is better in drivire through M
deep snows to either take off 'he horse- cl
shoes or remove the sharp calks, eN
which, as the horse ilounders ihrough a
the snow, will often lame him. Until
the horse's foot reaches the groun4
ce he is better left unshod. mers g1
h o have av o rg erally leave bi
ne or two to drive unshod through the s
winter. But they cannot drive to the P1
titles, for there the streets are always d
eleared of ice as soon as possible, and t
the sleigh has to be dragged In the city c
on bare zrounds.-A merican Cultivator.
Austria ts introducing a tsegraphie
deuartment into her postal system.
Tho message is written on a telTegram
card and wired by the receiving post
master to the ofiee addressed and
then delivered by postman. This er
system might, with profit, to the A
people be adopted by the United
A Stitch/in Time h
Saves Nine." b
A broken stitch, like the
little rift within the late," c
the beginning of trouble.
Tim tired, not ill." 'it
ni son pass away." " Idon't believ~e
in mediei-.e." These are the brok4en a
- stitches that lead to serious illness. Naiure ca
is 'wise and in Hood's Sarsapar~la she
has furnished the means to tak upsi
broken stitches. Why ? 'Becauseit
star s at the toot and cleanses the blood.~ t.:
Blood -"F 'ars I it
'~'~"'p, my ace .
Three bottles of s
saisiaparlI deme feel beiter
me a healhyor." Miae Cross;
4'1., So3u~tt4J.eapoliS 31in11e'i
- 5 , , * of
ita eti Cre liver me.;-the non-irritating and.
thartie to take with Hood's saararil
Worst Day of the Wee~k. at
n statistician has come to da
of those persons who do not "I
the widespread1-stperstition *.hat of
is the most unlucky day cf the in
A short time ago he deterniinmed
ke- a scientific investigation of pc
e estion, utilizing for the purpose, dr
amo other things, the recpi-ds ot the S
partment of compulsary insuranice.i
e most fatal or unflitunate week ar
,according -to th~e investigator, is in~
Friday, but Mondayv. Sixteen and
ty-four hundredths per cent of all !
ts, it-seems, occur'red on that in
er *ent on Tuesday, 16.31 ti~
percent on Wednesday, 15S.47 per cent '~
en Thursday, 16.38 pmv cent on Friday,
the sanme on Saturday .tnd 2.69 per centi
on~ Sunday. It Is interesting, however,
to know that the compiler attributes
the large relative number of accidents!
on Monday to "the excessive amount of it~
liquor consumed on Sunday."-Stray st
FOR MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN.
Two Letters from Women Helped Through t
th'"Chang. of Life " by Lydia E..Pink
bamn's Vegetable Compound. b
" Dz~a Mais. PnmIHAM :-When I firstn
wrote to you I was in a very bad con
dAition. I was passing through the e
tbange of life, and the doctors said I m
had bladder and liver trouble. I had co
suffered for nine years. Doctors failed c
t.o do me any good. Since Ihbave taken
lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-'
pound, my health has improved very
bI will gladly recommend your im
medicme +o others and am sure that it o
will prove as great a blessing to them
as it has to me."-Mas. Gxo. HI. Jr3E,:a
9O1 D~eKalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. t
Relief Came Promptly
-Dz~n Mus. PIYxH.uI :-I had beenD .
nuder treatment with the doctor.s for
-four years. and seemned4o get no better,d
I thought I would try your medicine.
My trouble was change of life, and I
must say that I never had anything
help me so much as Lydia E. Pimnk
ham's Vegetable Compound. Rel' ief
c'ame almost imimediately. I have t
better health now-than I ever had. I t
.feel like a new woman. perft'ily
strong. I give- Lydia E&. P'inkham'
- . ~ Compounid all the credit, andi wvould~
not do without-her medicine for ant
thing. I have. -recommended it to P
several of my friends. There is no
n7eed of women suffering so much for
Mr.Pinkham's; remedies are a sureh
.- MAHat A BUTTER. Bridge-h
Brooklyn Woman Tens HOw thae Na
tives Do Their Work.
"Housekeeping in the Philippines,"
rites a Brooklyu woman to her
other, "is simply a joy. I have
ver lived so well or so cheaply in
my life. I have learned a lot since
started housekeeping, but it cost
mething before I got the hang of
ings. I first rid myself of the horde
worthless Filipino servants, who
b newcomers right and left, and
en installed a Chinese cook for
2.50 a month, and the house runs
"There is not much work in a tropi
I household, no stuffed furniture or
rpets, no lace or other kind of cur
ins, but painted, flexible screens at
ched to the windows. Everything
on one floor, the furniture is rattan
Lmboo. and the kitchen utensils are
plicity itself. The clir:. te is
althful, although the sanitary con
tions are extremely bad. We are
falling into the lethargic condition
ich seems the chronic state of the
Ltives. I take long naps all the
ternoon. At 7 o'clock we dine.
ere is not much calling in the even
g, as the curfew is still in force,
aring the streets at 8.30 p. m. The
enings are prfec get-steePy
d ar y in bed by 9 o'clock.
.hen I see the india rubber trees,
enty-five feet or more in height,
owilng in the yards here, their stiff,
illiant green leaves glistening in the
'n, I laugh to think of the little box
ants we used to keep in our win
ws at home in the winter, because
ey were the only growirg thing that
uld stand the united attack of dust,
lect and coal gas.
"I never get tired watching the
nple primitive methods of Filipino
sekeeping, for their processes are
tried on before the eyes of all men.
tese men themselves do the largest
rt of the hard work, while the wom
perch on the ladder like steps that
id into their houses aud look on.
I the cooking is done out of doors
ad usually on the ground. Their
tle stoves of red clay are hardly as
'ge as the iron pots we have at
me. One side is bent down like a
imitive hearth, and the fire is kept
ing ',y long tubes which the men
>w through instead of uEing bel
vs. On this' funny little apology
- a stove they cook their rice or
ocolate, stirring the latter with
rved sticks, wbich they twirl be
'een their palms to keep the beverage
m 'sticking. Often they do not
e the stove at all, but make a fire
ht on the grona, between two
mes, over which they set the red
then bowls in which they cook.
"When the men chop kindling they
down on their heels just as the
panese do, and, in fact, nearly all
eir work is done in this same
hon. When their simple c'
~ot of rice, and,da
~n~ brown fingers, help
tthe formality of kmv orro,
oons or chop-sticks, Dinner con
ded, hands and dishes are washed
the shallow tub which stands at
ery door-soap, dishcloth and dish
wel being all made of gogo, the bark
a species of vine peculiar to the
Advent of the 1900 WVaist-.
The young woman who will wear
irt waists next season looked at the
p windows yesterday, went home
r hid her cuff hnas. Even the
intiest pair of these links will be
iad form" if the present prediction
the dealers holds good when sum
A lace rufile, a frill or a hemnstiteched
it runs arournd the wrist and
ops almost to the knuckles. The
eve, too, is different from the old
ne sort. It is of the close-to-the
in type, and looks as if it had been
deled from a jersey.
n faci, there is but little about this
tist to make dne think of the orig
al. Some fasten in the back with
y pearl buttons, and all are adorned
.th tucks, embroidery and lace.
They bad perches of honor, and got
"ohs" and "ahs" of the promen
ers. They appeared in muslin,
ten, cambric, madras, gingham -
st as they used to do-but each had
1900 mark, the absence of the
"Each year we hear much of the
ssing of the waist," said a man who
ls them, "and each year we get a
ger call for thenm. Now, perhaps,
ey are not shirt waists-they -are
t waists-and we will sell more of
em than ever."
The old polka dot seems to have
en forgotten so far. A stripe comes
and explains why it happened.
The collar alone remains. That
11 be just as high as ever, and, no
tter where the waist fastens, this
l~ar will hold its own below the
Clubhouses For Wotnen.
Clubhouses for women are becoming
re and more a matter of fact instead
fancy. Boston is building one in
sacon street that will cost $75,000
eve the land. The handsome struc
re will be amply equipped with every
ing that various clubs can desire. In
is one particular the Boston club
nse will differ from all others of its
nd, for it is intended to accommno
Lte all the clubs in the city, if they
The women of Birmingham, Ala.,
ve organized an Alabama Woman's
ailding Association. The object of
e organization is the erectiou as
,rly as practicable of a commodious
aiiding to serve as a meeting place
r all the women's organizations in
Le city and suburbs. The building
an will include apartments for the
)mfort of out of town women.
Los Angeles, Cal., will soon have a
andsome clubhouse, built under the
asnices of the Friday Morning Club.
hs building will have an auditorium
the rear with a sentinig capacity of
out nyve hundred.
:s Are Fashioniabi e.
-never been so fashion
.ate, mere fashionable
of tliem, resting
the neck, were im request; Put1no
nothing Will do but Ion- chains oF
them falling below the waist or fes
tooned over the bodice. The demand
or them is so great that jewe!ers are
hard pressed to obtain a sn~:eient
supply. The fortunate possessors of
one or more than ou of these long
string devise all sorts of diVerent
ways o. displaying then. So:uetiracs
they are worn plainly round the neck
and allowed to fall naturally; agam.
they are caught up at tile front or side
of the bodice with a jeweled orna
ment; still again. they are fastened to
the back of the low cut bodice and are
draped around the decolletage. The
most novel application of them was
adopted recently by a fashionable
Parisian woman, who fastened the
chaius in her hair, allowing them to
drop at the sides and fall to the
shoulders, where they were attached
Ito the gown.
Something: Fresher Than Fipin;Z.
The satin, velvet and cloth pipings
of last season have given-place to a
wee fold of material let in like a pip
ing between seams or raised from a
flat surface something after the manner
of a tack. A three-quarter length
redingote of pigeon-gray cloth, alost
metallic in quality, has bauds of gray
cloth covered with crimson folds
straight down the centre of the back
and in waved lines at the edges. It
is belted, as are so many of the new
est wraps, with gray. and the collar is
a" ] g affair with
~iin- of the little -a
to soften it. It is hard to tell how the
tailors manage to cat and sew the new
collars so as to make them keep their
shape so well. Sometimes loosely
falling lapels hang from them in front.
In other instances they seem to be
cut so that they are prolonged into
sleeves, one long seamless piece going
from the neck to the wriat, with un
derarm pieces to be accounted for
otherwise, of course.
The Detalis of the Tollette.
A very interesting characteristic of
the fashions of to-day is the extraor
dinary amount of care which is given
to the smaller details of the toilette
those little accessories and after
thoughts of which no one took the
slightest heel some five or six seasons
ago. The innumerable lace ties,
cravats, and jabots, which play so im
portant a part in the toilettes of the
moment, offer a case in point, for with
out some dozen or so of these dainty
little things, no one's wardrobe can
nowadays be co'nsidered complete.
Now is the chance for those who pos
sess beautiful little pieces of old lace
to make a pleasant use of them, for
they can easily be arranged, either as
frills upon ties of glace silk, or in the
safer form of an applique, on scarfs of
panne or mirror velvet.
Assistina the Growth or flair.
Beautiful hair is the gift of nature,
but many more could possess it if
nature were assisted. The hair
should'be combed thoroughly every
night before retiring, with a coarse
bhed comb. Do not use vigor
bristled .ush, dividing
several parts, that all t roots may
be reached. Brush gently but firmly,
carrying the stroke to the ends of the
hair. Then braid the hair loosely,
or, beter still, leave entirely free un
til morning. After shampooing, do
not dry by artificial heat, but by
towels, friction and fan aing.
M1aterlai For Goihapes.
Tucked or corded taffeta silk in
cream, turquoise blue, lilac, pink or
crimson may be worn with cashmere
or other winter dresses. The em
broidered or hemstitched taffeta is
effective, and as only a small quantity
is required such a guimpe is not ex
pensive. China silk tucked all over
'in crinkled tucks is cheaper and has a
more childlike effect for young chil
dren. White taffeta embroidered all
over in a pretty pattern with black
looks well for older children. The
Japanese silks, either white or col
ored are inexpensive and durable, and
may be gathered, shirred or smocked
to advantage and used for guimpes.
Ladies' Home Journal.
An Income From Butierflies.
Catching butterflies is the pleasant
work by which a clever English girl
makes a good living. Miss Mary
Yeomans, before going to California,
had collected butterflies for pleasure
at home, and after coming to America
realized that many of the rarest varie
ties are to be found in California. The
first butterflies she captured were of a
Ispecies seldom found except in the
higher Alps. and on sending them to
England she was paid $25 each. From
Ithat time on she has been steadily in
creasing her stock, and now makes a
large income by the sale of the in
Frills of Fashiton.
Tnlle hats trimmed with crepe roses
are one of the latest novelties.
Genache satins, trimmed with
chiffon and lace make charming even
White cloth cut out in diamond
shaped openings filled in with guipure
lace and made over pale blue silk
Iforms one of the princess gowns.
A hair net which fastens at the
back of the head with a fancy pin the
size of a small button is a novelty
which is supposed to keep the short
locks in place.
A pretty evening waist is -made of
lattice design in jet over white mous
seline die soie, finished around the
neck with a drapery of white iuille
and a bunch of pink roses.
All sorts of finger rings put on re
ardless of harmony in color and
hape are considered vulger by those
who study effect and good taste in the
use of jewels as weil as gems and
An embroidery of flne jet beads on
bands of cloth is one of the vagaries
f dress trimming. The bauds are
arranged in various ways around the
plain skirts, for some of the skirts
arec cut plain without a plait any
Tulle evening gowns are made with
box plaited skirts, the plaits begin
nig at either side of the front and
extending around t eak or all
aroudo, as you - n
to the knee.
is worn undern
"Enclosed please find $1.00 for twoT
more boxes of Tetterine. The box
yon sent me has alhnost cured the most
obstinate ease of Eczema vou ever
sanX. I am. very grateful for snch a
blessing as your Tetterine has been to
mq. James L. Jones, Jellico, Tenn.."
50c. box by mail, if your druggist don't
have it, by J. T. Sbruptrine, Savannah,
Will the Pope Livo Long.
How long will the Pope live? A
well-infcrmed writer of an article in
the new number of QuartErly attempts
to answer the question. He says: "The
Polpe may, perhaps, ind strength, not
only to greet his ninetieth birthday,
which fails in Mareh. but even to sur
vive this century, to which he is pre
paring a farewell address. When this
work is accomplished he will, perhaps.
himself lie down to die. The Pope's
medical attendant, Dr. Lapponi, proph
esied in the Roman Review, written in
Latin, that the Pope will live one hun
dred years. "Thy wish was father to
that thought." may very well .be sai
of Dr. Lappon'. Of the Pope's present
appearance and condition a striking
picture is drawn: "For a long time
His Holiness has been more spirit than
body. In the thin. almost transparent
frame of Leo XIII. the nerves trem
ble; upon his pale face every emotion
of the soul is evident. His senses still
remain acute; his hearing, as those
who have seen him within the last
month say. Is good; and the eye, which
the German painter, Lenbach, depicted
in so life-like a manner,shines yet with
all the old fire."
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIvE BRoxo QUIxINE TABLETS. All
dr:ttg is refund the money if it fails to cure.
. W. Gaovz's signature is on each box. 25.
The bank of Spain has outstanding
$19,700,000 less in loans than it report
ed a year ago.
Each package of PrsN-Ax FADELESS DIE
colors either bilk, Woo; , - Cotton perfeetly
at one boiling. Sold by ad druggists. 8
The Italian Parliament House has
been pronounced unsafe for occupancy.
The Best Prescription for Chills
and Fever is a bo-Lie of -Wrs's TASTELss
CnII.L ToNic. It is simply ind quinine in
a tas:eloss form. No cure Ay. Price 50o.
Bound to Depart.
San Francisco Wave: A youthful
Stockton man rushed to catch a river
boat for San Francisco, but was about
two minutes late. The steamer was
six feet out as he reached the dock.
He swung his grip aboard and, jump
ing, caught a rope and a post and held
fast. Every one imagined he had fallen
in. Tne captain, peering over the side,
saw his intrepid passenger. "Here,
vou," he shouted, "by jiminy crickets,
don't you ever do that, again!" The
passenger had hauled himself aboard
by this time, and, turning a look of
scorn at the captain, said. "What do
you think I'm going to do-jump bacV
->r1 try it over?"
"About a year ago yhair
was coming out very 'fst. I
bought a bottle of Ayer's Hair
Vigor to stop this. It not only
stopped the falling, but- also
made my hair grow very rapidly,
until now it 1s 45 inches in
length and very thiCk."-Mrs.
A. Boydston, Atchison, Kans.,
Have you ever thought why
your hair is falling out ? It is
beCause you are starving your
hair, If this starvation continues
your hair will Continue to fall.
There is one good hair food.
It is Ayer's Hair Vigor. It goes
right to the roots of 'the hair
and gives them just the food
that they need. The h'ir stops
faling, becomes healthy, and
grows 'thick and long.
Ayer's Hair Vigor will do
anothcr 'thing, also: it always
restores color to faded or gray
Iair. s1.00 a botie. All drag:lsis.
Write the Doctor
If vou do not obtain all the benits you
desi ,. from the use of the 'Y"gor, write
the 4 ctor about it. He will tell you Just
the r ht thing to do, and will send you
his b~ok on the Hair and Scalp if you
reqest it. Address,
Dr. J. C. ATER, Lowell, Mass.
JOH A.go Se'eZ R EEDT Cow RE. IS A- u'c
M lae Hopitao for theIn anels
ycar was 33.
hC The betremedy for
S Coughs, Colds,Grippe,
y [( r U Bronchitis, H oar se
=ness. A&-v:2. whoopi:(
c h, Crou~p. Smiai dose~ ;) gk. sure results.
Dr.Buitsi'dl:cure Conzstipa!Jon'. Trial, ;oforc.
:s'lRE BEST ink.
UMolPhINE HADTS C'R E.:
OPUM A T E01.PNEEL
I jjjjEj RCjjCIA o
)1d You !ee It'
Yes e;unsunaijon can be cured by 'the pro
scription we .;nve yo)u in tbie ,.pace la4
weec. Di, vou s.ee i If not. write
posal Brx'.. r & Do Co..Chadotte,N.C
It izm uppo-ed tha. the average depti
of sand inl the dcscris oi :rca :s
30 to 40 iect.
Ilu-v's This ?
We ofter One Huna:'l llollars Reward fe
any ca e of Catarrh th". en not be cured b;
Hl' Catrrh Cure.
F. J. CU5fEY & Co., Props.. Toledo. C.
We. the undersigned. have Known F. J
Cheney for tbe last 15 yearpe. and believe hir
pereetly onoble In ala rusina truneac
ttons and ZluanclalU aleI. to carry out an
obligtilon made bir the'r rug s
rat & TIAX, holeal Drggists. Tc
WA.DING. KINNAN & MARVIN. Vhole33a
l)rnzg:-;tF.T 'I ldo. Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cre is ttken internall3
acting directly upon the blood ana mncou
surfaces of the sT stem. Price. 7;v. per tott4
Sold by all Druggists TextImoriais free.
Hall's Family Pilis are the best.
.Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syruo for ch!ld rer
Ieething.,oftens the gums, reducing iriama
t!on; allays paln.cures wiud colic 35c a bo'ine
We think Piso's Cure for Consumption i
the only medicine for Coughs-J-sNE Prxcs
ArD, SpringfIeld, Ills., Oct. 1. 1891.
A TTENTION is facilitated If you mento
this pa per when writins advertisers. So.
a dollar or so
them when th
Soo our Agent or write diret.
"LEADER" loaded with S:
RIVAL" loaded with Bla
other brands for
Winchester Shells are for
having them when you buy
And a single anointii
purest of emollients an
This is the purest, sw
manent, and economica
disfiguring, itching, lb
crusted, and pimply ski
loss of hair, of .inf ants
to succeed when all oth
Millions of Women
Exclusively for preserving, purifying, a
scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, al
ing, whitening, and soothing red, rough
annoying irritations, inflammations, ar
spiration, in the form of washes for ulci
antiseptic purposes which readily sugg
mothers, and for all the purposes of thi
persuasion can induce those who have<
preserving and purifying the skin, scall
et~A SOAP combincs delicate emollient
tkin cure, with the purest of cleansing ia
odors. No other medicated or toilet soa
it for preserving, purifying, and beautil
other foreign or domestic toilet soap. ho
for all the purposes of the toilet, bath,
Soar at ONE PRICE, viz., TwENTtYFVE
the BEST toilet soap and BEsT baby soap
* ~s~aComplete Etr
~UIIU1Uconuisting of CirrIc1
-scale. and soften ti
The St, ~ to instantly allay 114
The et$g25bea~~ n E ot
an ~mia~lgginsalad lo gIau
b~ ' 11. ong. Soe1rp. kln ~8
TO -crop can
N grf ow with=.
e7- blade of
Gr. :Ss. every grain
of Corn, all Fruits
must have it., If
enoigh is supplied
you can count on a full crop-!
- if too _ittic. the growth w,'ill be
Send for sur bor ks :eliing al about composition t
fertih,.crS best adr.pted for a.! crops. They cost yo..
-ERE. kA LI WORKS.oI Nassau St., New York.
DROPSY 1 *ews
I c es. -ook ol UntimonUs nd 10 darn' tnte meA
_Free. Dr. IL.I GN. BON801. Box3, ASI~t4 G&
RO- i I .SHOP
HILL"*BUA3GIES are "A Little Higher 0
ice, Bat-" they stand up, look well, and
a all, keep away from the shop Only
higher than cheap work. Why not usea
s is the case
SROCK HILL BUGSCd
-nokeless powder and "NEW
ck powder. Superior to all
sale by all dealers. Insist upon
and you will get the best.
red Ba bies
ig with CUTICURA,
d greatest of skin cures,
eetest, most speedy, per
I treatment for torturing,
rning, bleeding, scaly,
a and :'calp humors with
and children, and is sure
er remedies fail.
Use Cuticura Soap
2d beautifying the skin, for cleansing the
id the stopping of falling hair, for soften
,and sore hands, in the form of baths for
d chafings, or too free or offensive per
rative weaknesses, and for many sanative
t themselves to women, and especially
toilet, bhth, andl nursery. N~o amount of
uce used it to use any other, especially for
, and hair of infants and children. CUrr
rperties derived from CUrIcUA, the great
ugredients and the most refreshing of flower
p ever compounded is to be compared 'with
ying the skin, scalp, hair, and hands. No
ever expensive, is to be conpared with it
and nursery. Thus it combines in Osa
CxYS-, the na-r skin and complexion soap,
in the world.I
1 anid Internal Treatment for Every HumorI
rA Soar (25c.), to clease the skin of crusts and
ng, Influmation, and iratIon, and o'then
*~et~t hc) oco n cnctebod
and NARCOTIC DRUGS
THE KEELEY CURE,
CURES THEM. Also Cigarette and othes
Patients board and lodge In the Institution.
kddre3s or call at
THI KEELEY INSTITUTE,
xi'9 Plain Street, COLUrIBIA, S. C.
P IANOS and RGANS
DIRECT FROM THE V FACTORY I
0 0 0 0 - 0 0
ThN Is why I can
NOT NW CHEAP
TO:@ BUT HOW GOOD.
TmQEustrumente Irepresnt are 9nliy
warranted by reputable builders an:t
endorsed by me, making you Doubly
GOOD, RELIABLE ORGANS, $35 tp
0000, RELIABLE PIANOS, $175 Up.
Write for Catalogue to,
M. A. MALONE,
COLUMBIA, S. C,
The Smith Pneumatic Suction Elevating,
Ginning and Packing System is the Simplest
and Most Efficient on the Market; Forty.
eight Complete Outfits in S-'eth Carolina;
Each One Giing absolute Satisfaction.
BOILERS AND ENGINES:
Automatic and Corliss,
My Light and Heavy Log Beam Saw Mllsa
Cannot be equalled in Design, Efficiency or
Price by any Dealer or Manufacturer in the
South. Write for Prices and Catalogues.
V. C. BADHAM & CO.,
26 Main St.
COLUMBIA. - -' - S. C.
AN" Mill Supplies
OF EVERY DESCRITION.
Write us when In need of ANYTHING I
the above line.
The Equipment of Modern Glnneries
'wth the Inmproved Murray Oleaningasid
Distributing System a specialty. -
Engines. Boilers, Sawr and Grist iis
Threshers, Rice Hullers, e'.
S. C. AGEONCY, LIDDEJLL CO.
W. HI. GllB~ES &
- Sin EE' Sum Sm~leria
' alaher K ed ars~ Waraanato red
1icos , bas. a aSLovejq.
HOstO~ne. custoerr, hence a.sena en btel
10 DOL.LARS WORTH FOR t0e. -
per acre-aboeos etad baey .EremaaIneae
-he gramaeaa en era eid .
about Salzer's GreatXU~ hfa
Potat., al maled for 16g. peaage
end this ' **** CstaiE.
uir. with - alnSr
O.to Salser. At
AGENTS! AGENTS! 'AGENTS!
BY R EV. LYMAN ABBOTT.
SpendilIlustrated with 250 -
my: -God .". Everyonelasnd easot
it. and Agents ar.' sellngitb tJ.,wl.Wal -S
nore AMen a wanted all thrsngh the 80u-se
mad weinen. $100 to $20 asnonthrae nd
fo em oAunts. Address AOD
W. L. DOUCLAS
53 & 3.50 SHCES ~f5
Worth $4 toS6 compa
with other makes. -
Indorsed by over
ne pensee have W.L.
sapd ou boto.fak
no substitute claimed to be
as good. Your dealer '
should kthem -if '
notwe snd apair
on r*itra pic .ad .kind of leather,
E size, anid width plain or cap toe. Cat. free.,
Somn W. L OULSSlOE CO, Brockto, Mas.
Uinsoldiersand widows ofsoldiers who stade
mestead entries before June 22,1874 of less tlttn
Sacres (no matter if abandoned or rhgmh
they have not sold their addli:iaa homestea
ghts, should address, with lull particulars., grv
1g district, &c. EEN.IK COP?, Walbiagi:, 3. C.
mnade from theba u?
six reet of Tubiag, three
brd Bubbrpineesad It
und thea~ ftoo
'rour neigbos Astbis is
lea. thantbe coat eats.
CHICAGO. . - fIL
No Medicine to Swallow!
g*LUO for a PAI the
MANEE GRaCERY CO.. Manna ugS. C.
SO0 AGTS. k0E N. C.. S. O. A31b A.
r Pranny by
whenrecived &.e toPr.Klie.L.