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CHICAO STREET FREAKS.
teesque Advertising Novelies that have
Here is a list of ad'ertising freaks
that, according to the Chicago Chronl
cle, have been banished from the
streets of Chicago:
A Scotch Highlander with bagpipe.
Four country "Iubes," straw hats,
linen dusters, huge carpetbags, lurst
open valises, immense cotton umbrel- b
las, wonderfnl shoes, flamboyant neck
ties and all. They created excitement
and also hindered traffic by stariug in
to the shop windows, looking down the t
cable slot until the car was almost
upon them, pretending to go wild with 0
fear over the occasional automobiles. u
Five peasant girls advertising cigars. . b
One tall woman in scarlet. huge
white hat' with silver plume and
snowy, feathers, large, tloating yellow
satin cape and purple parasol. In one N
hand she swung lightly a box of ci- i
gars, in the other flourished a vivid i
Two Roman gladiators.
A handsome man and woman riding I
in a swell-looking carriage bearing the c
flaming inscription: "We were mar- 1
ried by the So-and-So matrimonial a
Another man and woman in a car
riage advertising a popular play and S
with a quaint little Chinese infant
percheO high at front and rear. This n
carriage was followed by a mock pa- r
trol wagon; driven by a man in shabby
policeman's uniform, and hindered'
traffic almost as much as its baby oc
cupants amused the crowd on the side- e
A couple of Indians in war paint.
A man dressed as a clown and car
rying a big boy attired as. S baby in
lang] e-s -.
A soap advertiser with his head and
face all in a mist of lather and bear
ing aloft a huge razor.
A charilot drawn by a pair of small
reindeer, and another dragged along bya
a supposed ostrich. .
One ragged Mexican vaquero, minus
horse- and saddle, but fully equipped,
with spurs, lariat and gay leather
fringes. This man whooped villain
onsly and groaned as he walked.
A pair of "real English chimney t
sweeps." tall and shabby silk hats 1
upon their heads, brown coats of an Is
unusual pattern on their backs, and
meeting the queer, corduroy knee- a
breeches, and with trumpets, which t
they noisily blew.
A Reminder of the "Absent-Miudeq
Borgar" Ordered South.
. Unlike Iceland, there distinctly ar
;snakes In South Africa, and very dead.
3y ones, too. They Infest parts of Na' t
tal, the Cape Colony and the Trans' .
- vaal, and the mortality from snake- a
,bite, although not alarming, as in In- ti
dia, is sufficiently appreciable to de' t
serve notice. Travelers up-country s
should never fall to take with temi f
in their me' echest, a bottle of eau s
4e luceby no mean8|V
have more'than one form of "m~uti"
* - or medicine, which they allego will
cure snake-bite. These nostrums are
usually decoctions of various herbs,
grepared with all sorts of mystic
rites and. incantations. If they do no
good, at any rate, as a rule, they do'
no harm. One of the deadliest snake4
Is the mamba, a great kind of cobra.
There are two varieties, the blaclt
mamba and the green mamba. Bot4~
are poisonous, and there is a legend
Ithat the former has been known to at-!
~tack defenceless people in the high
grass. This is, of course, absurd. Nas
tal,'prtcularly In the lowlands near
ithe coast and on the banks of the Umn
uimkulu river, is a favoidte hunting
ground of the mamba,1*hich Is, truth
to teni, one of the , nakiest kind of
snakes. The bosIang, or tree.
snake, is also f
nsvaal. It -its up aloft in a tree,
d, curlin$ ts tail round a branch, is
ularlyhupposed to drop down and
'ers-by who may chance to be
the branches. The ringhals 15
striped yellow and brown snake,
* ound nearly all over South Africa. It
Is a smaller kind than the two former
and much less dangerous. Still, the f
-Zulus do not love it, and they tell yout
that when the ringhals is annoyed it
has a clever trick of putting its taIlc
fnto its mouth, stiffening Its body Into
a rigid circle or hoop, and then rolling
a.long a road after its victim at a tre
mendous rate of speed. Needless toC
say, this is the most ridiculous inven
tion. Nearly the smallest South A!
rican snake Is called the whipsnake. It jI
Is only about 18 inches to 2 feet long,e
a. nd it is saidtobe qute harmless. Itlt
' ~prettily marked, and owing to its I
issom, lithe body It has earned Its t
name, for in color and shapa it is by I
no means unlike a whip.C
There are fourteen Harvard graduates
in the Fifty-sixth Congress, now nss
sion, of whom four are Senators and ten I
"Never Do Things
Sometimes thze condition of
your health could be de
scribed as half-sick and half
well. You may not be ill
enough to goto bed but too il to bpe happyi
or efficient in your' home or your business.
Why not becwhot!y vel!? Your dragged
out, tired feeling is due to poor blood and a
nothing else. Make you.r blood rich by us~
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla. Ii cwork~s to ,
perfection; there i:nothing like it,
Tired Feeling - "My husband c
would come home from 'rork so tired he ii
maid~ hardly more~. He began taking r
Ho's Sarsaparila and it cured him. Il
cur'ed my g-rl's headachzes." -s. A. J.r
Sprague, 57 Oak St., Fall River, Mass.
Hood's Pi snre liver j1 a the non-frritatin# and
only catha.'i to tk Ih Hoods arapartila.
Best Soil For Limna Beans.
It is a fact that-all I mna beans do
est upon land moderattely rich, as
pon a strong muck soil they grow
>o rank. have too much foliage, and
:e not inclined to set the pods until
ie growth of vine ha~e been checked
Ssome way, either by dry season or
y having completed their growth.
'his is even more noticeable in the
ush Lima than in the pole Lima, and
hould serve as a caution in regard to
lie soil they should be planted in and
gainst the use of strongly nitrogene
us mganures. Moderately well- man
red clay or 'elay loam seems to be
est adapted to their growth.
An Example or Forest P':eservation.
In his annual address before the
isconsin Fo'restry Association, Pres
lent B. S. Hoxie said that we are not
1 thc dark concerining the preserva
on of forestis, because in the old
orld it is ne longer ani experiment.
~ohemia is one of the most populous
ountries on the globe. Its climate
cool with rather severe winters. As
consequence large quantities of fuel
re used, most of which is taken from
ae forests that cover the mountaiu
ides. For many centuries these for
sts have furnished fuel and building
at-rial for a dense population and
stained nearly their primeval area.
his is due to ths forethcught of the
overnment in ordaining that as trees
'ere cut dowvn others should be plant.
Ito fill the vacancies. Now vast
~retches of dense trests cover thet
-warm Water For Catle.
Those who warm the water for their
>ws, or some who do so, say that the
ews need to drink but once a day.
pith the water at a temperature of
ixty degrees they will fill themselves
-ith enough for twenty-four hours,
ad as there is no chilling of the sys.
3m or the digestive organs, the di
estion goes along steadily, and the
tilk product is much greater than
-hen they are watered twice a day
-ith cold water. We have no doubt
dat cows could become accustomed
>taking enough water at one time to
ist all -the day and night, but we
hould prefer that they had it twice a
ay if they were ours. We never had
cow that was a good one for milk~
dat would not drink, and drink
eartily, twice every day in winter, if
xe water was not colder than fifty de.
rees, and when we have had one that
ould not do so we always found her
either a rrolific milker, a persistent
iilker, or an easy fattener. Some
imes giving such a cow a little extra
ut in her feed will stimulate her
iirst so that she will drink more
-eely and regularly. While it was
ar custom to salt regularly we found
tat some cows seemed to want more
ian others, and we tried to make
ire that each one had enough,
tough sometimes after baying a cow
e found it best to limit her on salt
Importance of Pruning and Soil.
Excessive pruning is to be creditet
or a share of the work of destroying
he vigor of trees. Cutting away
reat portion of the branches, somi
i them often large ones, causes deca.
t the point of severing and is
eceptacle for insect pests, and the
estruaction of corresponding quanti ty
,f roots, which decay and give rise t(
ungus growth. Merely rubbing ofi
uperfuous buds as soon as they ap
iear, or cutting cut diseased or de
ayed branches, usually will be all
lat is necessary in the line of prun
ag. The other important point in
Lie process of building up a tree is
roper soil. Perhaps from no cause
o trees suffer more than from jack of
upport from the soil. Orchards are
>o often planted on indifferent
cound, because it is not so good for
nitivation; and for this very reason
is not so good for fruit-growing.
oil in which corn will grow well will
roduce fruit trees. But they must
ot be left to grow and bear fruit from
ear to year, depending on the na
ral strength of the soil. The corn
eld is not so left, but is replenished
ach year with more or less fertilizing
aterial; and so must the orchard be,
healthy fruit-bearing trees are ob
For a situation for an orchard, up
und, with rich loam soil, is best. If
must be on wet or heavy clay soil,
should be drained and supplied
ith plenty of sand or loam, worked
eli and deep into the soil. Loam or
iuvium, composted with manure
om the cattle stalls, is, in general,
good fertilizer for the orchard, and
aould be supplied every two or
iree years, or oftener if needed.. The
mpos'; should be worked down deep
ito the soil at the extremities of the
otsz, and as deep nearer the tree as
in he done without damage to the
>ots. Such management will insure
igorous, healthy trees, that will not
>readily succumb to disease.-The
A Go-ad 5iarp Rack:.
Perhaps no other. thing connected
ithi the fceding of sheep has been
iscrussed more than the rack to feed
2. Mir. L. W. Oviatt, of Mlichigan,
!ter vyears' experience cou
rive kshown i' the illustra
tion, which, he thinks, prevents
waste of feed and damage to fleece
more completely than any other yet
FIC. 1-AN IMPnPOVED 'iEfl RACK.
devised. This rack combines thq
wings of the folding rack with the
manger-room of the old rack, and is
deseribed as follows:
The wings (A) in Fig. 1 hang oi
hinges (B), and may be tipped up and
stand perpendicular on the side ci
the rack. These wings are made of
two wide boards, the wider the better.
The posts (C) of 2x4 stuff, on the out,
side of the rack, but they can be used
either out or in. D, base board 9
inehes wide: E, top board six inches
wide; F, slats, about 3 inches wide;
space between E and D, 12 to 14
inches; space between slats 8 to 10
inches as to size of sheep kept. A
12-foot rack will accommodate about.
12 sheep on a side. I, bottom boards
placed entirely under and nailed
securely to the bottom of the rack; J,
center bottom board placed on top
and lapping onto the other two (1. I).
This leaves a shoulder of one inch,
FIG. 2-THE RACE DIFFEnE.NTLY An
against which the sheep can gnaw ear
corn or roots of any kind. The body
of the rack should be two feet inside.
The wings should meet within about
Mr. Oviatt thinks that the arrange
ment in Fig. 2 will be an improve
ment on that shown in Fig. 1. The
cut is not properly made, however.
The slat (A) should be under the
boards (B), and nailed firmly to posts
(C). These remain firm and rigid.
The hinges should be on top, so that
the wide boards (D) can turn up and
rest on B, B, outofthe way when one
wants to clean out the rack. Other
wise the wings are the same as in Fig.
-Diseases of Poultry.
Feather Pulling-The meanest vice
that effects poultry, as they strip each
other until naked, and as the body
must be always renewing the feathers,
.he hens cannot lay. It is caused by
Udleness, nspecialy a e '
st preventive 1
usy at work scratching. If one hen
egins it she will soon teach it to
thers; therefore remove the first
uiprit at once. If it becomes a habit
t is not easily cared. It may some
imes be necessary to sell off the flock
nd begin anew. We have testimony
rom parties who cured the habit by
utting off the upper or lower mandi
le, which, of course, makes one
onger than the other. After cutting
ff one of them the edges are scrtiyed
lown. This makes it difficult to
atch a hold en the feathers, but we
re not sure the remedy is infallible.
he first fowl caught in the act should
be at once killed, as she will teach all
th6 others. The cause is idleness.
Wh. n the neck of the cock is naked
or ahe breast bare of feathers, the
hens are then picking him. After
while they begin to pick each other.
ome have smea:ed the birds with tar,
ut smearing is unsightly. The diffi
ulty is to handle the birds. If sep
rated they soon forget it. A flock
that pulls feathers will not lay, as the
hens cannot continually prodnee new
jeathers and eggs during such times.
He 3Eating Their Eggs-T wo difi
culties-egg eating and feather pull
ing-are met with, and, being the re
!salt of habit which is acquired, cnn
not easily be remedied. As soon as a
hen learns to eat eggs she teaches the
vice to the others. To prevent the
vice is difficult, unless especially con
trived nests are arranged. or unless
the hen is so situated that she cannot
well reach the eggs. To prevent the
vice make the nests dark or put them
in a dark place. The uest should
have a top so as to compel the hen te
walk in instead of jumping on it. It
should be high enough off of the fioor
to prevent the hen from standing on
the flooF and eating out of the box.
Nests to Prevent Egg Eating-And
the opening of the box should face the~
wail intstead of the light so as to have
the nest dark. To make such a nest
take aso ap box and knock off the
front, leaving the boards on the top,
bottom, sides and back end. At the
opening of the nest nail on a strip (at
the bottom) three inches high to pre
vent the hens from rolling the eggs
out. The floor of the box should be
seven inches off the floor, which (with
ihe strip in front) will bring the open
ing to the neat ten inches from the
floor of the room. The hen will fly
up to the opening, lay her egg and
come off, as she will not have room to
eat the egg while she is on the nest,
'and must come off, in which case she
cannot reach it from the floor. The
Inest box should be only large enough
to accommcdate the hen. -Farm,
Field and Fireside.
Mrs. Flighty-"Well, what the lat
est war news, dear?"
Mr. Flighty (behind his paper)
"Oh! Aguinaldo has warned Genera.
Buller to keep his forces. within the
limits of Ladysmith, or he will re
lease all the prisoners at Prdtoria.
Otis and his brigade moved on Sulu
and gave battle to Oom Paul. The
losses were enormous-over six hun
dredi and flifty Tagals and nine hun
dred and two Kaffir-Boers wer~e
war~ per do(1 take
* nuh alr_
A Flair Cohiction of Birds.
Major Wingate, the traveller, has
just sent an extraordinary collection of 13
birds to the British Museum. This is si
>ne of the results of a remarkable 8
lourney in China. He started from
lianghai, followed the Yangtse-Kiang
is far as Lake Tung-Ting, whence he a]
iook a southwesterly course along the
Vuen Kiang. through Tunan, Kweichau '
and Yunnan to Bhamo. d
Beauty Is Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clea-, by ai
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- tr
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads.
and that sickly bilious complexton by taking
Cascarcts,-beauty for ten cents. All drug- V1
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
TwentY-five women have been hang- ir
e( in England during Queen \ ictoria's 1k
The Best Prescription for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of rnovE'S TASTELESS
CHILL ToNIc. It is simply iron and quinine in
a tasteless form. No cure-no pay. Price 50c.
Half a million clerks are employed in T
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c. IC
tt C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money.
At least 20,000 men purchased outfits p
for the Klondike at Seattle during the k
Why trifle with health
when the easiest and c
surest help is the best
known medicine In the
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound t
is known everywhere and
thousands of woaen have
been curedof serious kidw
ney derangements by it.
Mrs, Pinkham's meth
ods have the endorse
ment of the mayor, the
postmaster and others of
her own oity,
Her imicine has the
endorsement of an iun
numbered multitude of
grateful wonmen whose
letters are constantly
printed In this paper.
Every woman should read
Siamese people have so superstitious
-a dislike for odd numbers that they
strive always to have an even number
of rooms, doors, windows, closets, etc.,
in their houses.
cures an Throat and Lung Aff'ections.
Dr. Bui.-s Pills cure Dyspepsia. 7h-a!, sofor %~
B RhaEbennigCARTH nda
a mild eecie lxative they are sipl won
dfl. 'M enagohra a 1 were botlce with
taoneg a fe decs of eCascaretse are improved
1137 Rittenhouse St.. Cincinnat. Ohio.
TRADE MdARM RWoST5RE
Go Nevr rsicken Wabeaken. o G 10 5c.0
Sterling Remedy company, Chiceago, Nontral,. New York. 315
N . ".A OT bTN
- ' is the namer
of a valu
be in the hands
of every planter who!
raises Cotton. The
book is sent FREE.
Sed name and address to
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
c3 Nassau St., New York..
zers Earliest Six Weeks' Potato.
abbL Sed thi noticeanldsc.
owrsin.Sl.ZPttERS Du [r
D R O S"RO .wr
cree.. B. H OLteNstia5_03 day'3 elatntaO
Doa't Tobacto Spit and Smoke Tour Life Away.
To quit tobacoe easily and forever, be ma
itic. full of life, nerve and vigor, tAke No-To
ac, the wonder-worker, tat makes weak men
rong. All druggists, 50c or I. Cure guaran- 1
ed. Booklet and sample free. Address
:erling &emedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Out in the frontier the word gun was
>plied almost exclusively to pistols.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
ike LAxATIvS Baoxo QeNNE TABLETs. An ,
*ugzists refund the money If it falls to cure.
W. GROVs's signature is on each box. 25.
A system of preventive inoculation
rainst typhoid fev.tr is under extensive
tal in India and South Africa.
How Are Your Xidneys t
)r. Hobbs' Sarn's Plicureall kidney ills. Sam
f2ree. Add. Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N. Y.
Business failures in Great Britain dur
g :899 were 8,6oo. against 8,893 in
PCrAX FADELESS ELrs are fast to
nlight, washing and rubbitg. Sold by all
Utah gives its convict murderers the
ioice of how they will be cxecuted.
he latest one chose to be shot.
ducate Your Bowels with Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
c, 25c. If C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money.
Spiral armlets of copper form gocd
rotection for the arm in battle, and the
ng of Dahoney uses his as defensive
I believe Piso's Cure for Comsutnption
ved my boy's life last summer.-Mrs. AL
E DoCGLAss, Le Roy. Mich., Oct. 20, 1894.
Deafness Cannot Be Ctred
F local application as they cannot reach the
seased portion of e ear. There is only one
ay to care deafnees, and that is by constita.
onalremedies. Dzafness is caused by an n
amed couditlon of the mucous liningof the
ustachian Tubo. When this tube gets in
.med you have a rumbling sound or imper
sot hearing and when It is ei.tirely closed
eatness 14 the result, and unless the inflam
alton oan be taken out and this tube re
ored to its normal condition, hearing will be
mstroytd for..ver. Nine cases out of ten are
tused by catarrh, which is nothing butan In
amed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hund, ed Dollars for any
uae of Deafnes., (caused by catarrh) that can
o be cured by Hall's Catarrh Lure. Send
yr oirculars, free.
F. J. Cmrzy & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druqgists, 75c.
J1AWl V'araly Pills are the best .
tIALITY low. clebilitatei or exhausted cured
, Dr Kline's Invgorating lIonic. FR E $1
lal bottle for 2 u eeks' treatment. Dr. K line,
d., 981 Arch St., Phi adoiphia. Founded 1871.
Mrs. Winslow'Soothting Syrup for child ron
e tbing softens the gums. reducing inflams
on. allays pain.cures wind colic 250 a bottle
Red, Rough Hands, Itchin:
Palms, and Painful Finger
Soak the hands on retia
creamy lather of CUTICi
and anoint freely with CL
skin cure and purest of emol
the night, old, loose kid gI
ends cut off and air holes ei
red, rough, chapped hands,
feverish palms, with shapel
finger ends, this treatment
and points to a speedy cure
ing cases when physicians
Sore Hands B Y
Pain So Intense Would Nearly Twist F
Puffed Up Like a Toad. Water R
Floor. Had to Walk the Flo
Asleep. Fingers Would Pi
Doctors Could N<
Eight years ago I got sore hands, coma
on my fingers and on top of the hand.
see little white pimples. I felt like twistin
I had high fever, and cold chills ran over
I was tired out. Nights, I had to walk t
hands peeled like amn onion, the finger
ran out, and wherever there was a little phr
that happened at least ten times. I am ru
shoeing, and I would not shut up the sho
My hands puffcd up worse than a toad.
water from my hands ran thlrough the bal
tomers refused to look at my hand. I had:
he gave a solution of something to bathe
doctor, I think, for a year. I found you>
paper, and I got the CUTncUH remedies.
to gain, and after using a small quantity <
would not take fifty dollars for a cake of C
any more. I would not suffecr any more as
Feb. 22,189$. CASPER DIETSCHLE]
* Comiplete External and I
I tjCIRconasitig of CTcn o
~ scales and soften the thicke
The Stto instantly allay itching, inj
A SI1?oLE SET is ofiensufflci.
and humiliating skin, scaip, and blood humors, witli
throughout the world. Poyrrzzs Daco Asa Cnsir. Co
about the Skin, Scalp, and Hair," free.
Millions of Women Us
HEclusively for preserving, purifying, and beautify
crusts, scales, and dandruif, andI the stopping of fai
soothing red, rough, and sore hands, in the form of
mations, and chiafings, or too free or offcnsive pe
nlcerative weaknesses, and for many sanatire arnti
themselves to women, and especially molhers, and
and nursery. No amount of persuasion can induc
any other, especially for preser'dng and purifyingr
children. CUTIcCRA Soiar combines delicate em olli
the great skin cure, with th~e purest of cleansing it
:lower odors. No other medicated soap ever comi
preserving, purifying. and beautifying the skin, sec
or domestic SoileS soap, however expensive, Is to hc
of the toilet, -bath, and nurscry. Thus it combln
TwENTr-Fn's CF.Ts, the iusTr skin and comple;
baby aoap ia the world.
What a lot of trash
is sold as cough
cures. The hollow
drumi makes the
ment often covers
Sixty years of
cures and such testi
mony as the follow
ing have taught us
what Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral will do. G
"I had a most stubborn cough
for many years. It deprived me
of sleep and made me lose flesh
rapidly. I was treated by many
eminent physicians, bat could get
no permanent relief. I then tried
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and I be
gan to get better at once. I now
sleep well, my old flesh is back, En
and I enjoy myself in every way
at the age of seventy-four."-R. N.
MAxs, Fall Mills, Tenn., Feb. 7, B
It's the do-as-you-would-be
done-by cough medicine. Try
I 25-cent bottle. qu
-Ing ina strong, hot,
JRA- SOAP. ~Dry,
FTICURA, the great
[ients. Wear, during
oves, with the finger
it in the palms. For 'S
dry, fissured, itching, E
[ess nails and painful
is simply wonderful, C
of the most distress- ho
rnd all else fail.
ingers From Sockets. H-ands and
an- Through Bandages to B
or Until Would Faillc
el Like an, Onion. Si a
>t Cure. -
encing with a burning sensation
When"I rubbed them, you could
;my fingers Out of their sockets.
me, and so I kept it going until
he floor until I fell asleep. My
nails got loose, and the water
aple there the burning fire was -
.nning~ a blacksmith shojf, horse
p for anybody, but it was hard._
When I drove horse nails, the
idage, on to the floor. My cus
friend take mue to the doctor;
my hands. I went to another
eadvertisement in a Utica news
As soon as I used them I began
>f them I[ was entirely cured. I Bia
UTICCJMA SOAP if I could not get an
I did, for the whole country, t
t, Pembroke, Genesee Co., N. T. g
oterual Treatmient for Every liumor,
e (ec) t cleansce the skin of cest and
en to aur then a torurng, d igurig
tP., Sole Props., Boston, U. S. A. "& Ap
e Outicura Soap s
ing the skin, for cleansing the scaip of Prim
ling hair, for softening, whitening, end Esta
bjaths for annoying irritations, inflam-.
rspiration, In the form of washes for
septic purposcs which readily suggest )
for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, -
a those who have once used it to use -
:he skin, scalp, and hair of infants and 't
ont properties derived from CU.TICL1nA,-.
igredients and tho most refreshing of
ounded Is to be compared with it for
'Jp, hair, and hands. No other foreign
ecompared wth it for al the pupss I
Lion sOap, he EST toilet and 3n37
and NARCOTIC DRUGS
THE KEELEY CURE,
[RES THEM. Also Cigarette a o
?atients board and lodge In the Insitutton.
dress or call at
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE,
9 Plain Street, COLUlBIA, S. C.
IANOS. and RGANS
DIRECT FROM TilE FACTORY!
o C ooo o 000
This Is why I can
* The BEST
MO 0NE Y.
0 . NOT HOW EllEAP
UOT IV BUT 110W GOOD.
he Instru ment, Irep resent are inily
rranted by repatable-builders and
lorsed by me. making yoU Doubly
OD, RELIABLE ORGANS, $35 up.
09, RELIABLE PIANOS, $175 Up,
Vrite for Catalogue to,
M. A. MALONE,
COLU DBIA, S. C.
FOR FACTORIES AND MILLS.
gines; Corliss, Automatic, plain side
ilers, Heaters, Pumps.
Saw 31111s, from small Plantation MiHs
he Hearviest Hills In the market.
All kinds of Wood Working Machinery.
ur and Corn Milling Machinery.
Complete Ginning Systems-Lummus,
a Winkle and Thomas.
Engines, Boilers, Saws, Gins in Stock to:
-C. BADHAM & CO.,
1326 Main St,.
LURBIA, - - - - S. C.
*AD Mill SuppRe
OF EVERY DESCRITION.
Trite us when In need of ANYTHING In
'ho Equiprnent of Modern Ginneries
bhthe Improved Blurray Gleaning and
stribui.ting System a specialty.
ngines, Boilers, Saw and Grist -mills, -
~eshers, Rice Hullers, ele-'
S. C. AGENCY, LIDDELL CO.
.II. GIBBES & C0.
COLUMBIA, - S.C
We wish to ga' ear5u
new cUs' suden r
g. at erald Cuennber15e
1 " LaGrosse MarketLettue.16@
1 " Strawberry Melon, -15.
1 " 13 nyadish 30e
. 1 "Early ipe Ceabage, 20 .0 ,
1 Eaii Diner Onion; 10c
3 L Bi ant Flower Se.ds, 15e
Worth $1.00, for 14ecent.. I'l
Abovel Pkgu. worth $100, we will
mail bufree, together with our
great Cstalog~teu~ing all about
SALTERS MILLUOX 00LLAR PO07 -
upon receipt of this notice k c
stamps. We inviteyourtrade, td
--.Aknowiwhen you once try Mazes
seeds yon will neter do without.
0200 Prizeson Salzer's 3500
eat earliest Tomato Giant on earth. .
f. L DOUCLAS
3 & 3.50 SHOES 3J
Worth $4 toS6 compared
with other makes.
~ndorsed by over
~JThegenuine have WV. IL
Douglas' name and price
no siubstitute claimed to be
A as good. Your dealer r
.should keep thsm--if
on receipt of price ant a5c.
exrau for carrage. State kind of leather,
size, and width, plain or cao toe. Cat. free.
SW. L DOUGLAS SHOE C0.,.Brockton, Mass.
ion soldiers and widowsofsoldiers who madj
estead entries before June 22.1874 of less thai
res (no matter if abandoned or relinquished)
ty have not sold their additional homestead ---
s, should address, with full particulars, gisn
istrict, &c. EENT N. CO2P, Washisgton, D. C.
N'T STOP TOBACO SUlDDENLY
dure, nervous system to do so. BACO.
KLO is the only cure that REALLY CURES.
notifita you when to stop. iSold with a
rantee that three boxes will cure any case.
0CUR is vegetabl and harsless. I
cyu Aalirurgist or by malprepaid,
box: 3 boxes $2.50. Booklet free. Write
IEKA CHE.MZCAL CO., LaCrosse, WiVs.
No Medicine to Swallow!
Cured by Absorption In dau
!f not beneflcred mioneyrefudd
Book free on application. Sa
*l:L0 fo aPAU t.rthe
ATNING GRGCERY CO.. Manning.S. C.
30OLE AGTS. 10E N. C ., C. AND -
ek and Galvanized Corrugated Ironi
arehouses, Barns. kc., &c.Gavanized Gutters
Down Spouts. Tini Plates of all kind. Nimnmo
tyle, Sandow Old Style..Tuzedo Heavy Coat
id Lillian; all stamped. Guaranteed. W1. C.
[Mil & CO., L.:S. Calvert St., Baltimore. Ed.
T he best Ink made, but no dearer
with no fee aw
free. Free ad.
as to patentability. Send for "Inventors '
er" lU1 0 13. ST EVENS & CO., Attys -
>1864. S17 1thl .a , Washington, D.(,
Iranches: Chicago, Clev ehand and Detroit.
FIT 4RLE employment for yugladies at
me. J.P P.a.WLv.a & Co0., 1648 Eoadway. N. Y.
rEN Ti110N is. :,acir.tted If you mention
a paper when writing advertisers. So.9