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i.~:~. I 1liS~iY AT
NEVJBER RY S. C.
C0 .5S CONSUMPTION
CURES Wn e
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Many have gained one pound
per day by its use.
Scots Emulsion is not a secret
rei;-edy. It contajin the stimulat
ing properties of the Hypophos
h'ites and pure Norwegian Cod
Liver Oil, the potency of, both
being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over the world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Sold by all Druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists. N.Y.
A schl.,i 1(l .
I"ail it in, vran! it in,
\Chibi Z re arhes a hollw:
:im i nt i , ilnl it in,
I tygieneao (hIio for
A rya, hinoloy,
Gr eek nd i 1v trronnwtiy
iiC n it I%. rrail it 1.n,
(i'rnn-' head- are hollow.
.:in I t ; In, tap it1 in-1
Whla't are ehertaid fol"
limn it in. SkLill it in,
Whiat a Irelade.en inade for
I )ri,e lui wce ui fr
'lAc.h te rciln t tey a,
a1het4re andVhdro tat,ies
Ho:tx it i1. (!oax it in,
chiildre,n's, hea<t- are, hollow.
1RUb it ;1n, clu"i. :
All that iz of Iear!in :
P i n it in,ll, it ,
Quench wi h&i-r vildiish; yearning
rt1e ield anIld .retsy nook,
3ieadow greniin rippin brook:
>ive\,,! suIch wvickedl though,ts afar,
eac- ltecien ! a a theyare
i'a ut l- 11 ra c in-s to crall Ir. in,
Blank it in, ;!r t ii! --
ThI thei headi are talow.
%4obI it inI. m uld it i i,
All thlat thev (.an :Swallow:
F lld it in, hllp it in,
till theires wnore to follow.
Faco int-bed, sadI anid pale,
3teals Purcr at d, May b e de Che.
Ths h'n Natured te frc
How te ok eranne i.in
'atied it in am it in,W ~~ibet
Rapped arit inand ilaed it a in,eaf( a
Whie-nit t the eeds ere hollow. ty
Itis n lr an Mxay be Mad the aper
Than Natural Ice
Thei fac tht. 'it prenowaoenibl toa
cuplyl arificial tceonat 2cal dane as
anrice01(l iuitedt t nee oanireatety
isa eto worhyexmpeiof the pl
eat:on ofteeie:e-e the exIigeies)to of
ietri ~n tnornelreat, tat
noxiou hs h.ibs wre :desti frodab
i:wuired ba inic ta ke n fromo liers
by; ICewa' to, i ieo en dicare
Tie ~r 'i asonto belever tatnd othe
l'itedStates,1 were t conupio bf
ice-wateor. iinu Veot,'latle grefore nat
ral: ice' bte the miediulmg of ropa-*
To eUtr-y tUhoe rinirbs hib are l
p t I iern tle of arthol fer ie ande
dthern mailaie ater shnoulcd bea
t>hd :or, btfettiers oet tistile efore it
w zre careful to pro vile stuch safeguards
again-t di,--c. tin-tuse <.1 i nral ice
vided, t hat i- to >ay, the( ariti ieial piro
It is an: interesting f:iwt that ice was
artUia:l!y produced lin Ihiiia long be
f)re tiw iniVentioni (f rinachinres for the
piurirst. in the uper provinces,
wVa.ter w-,i roale to freeze b y cx posin
it, dirinig cod z:ihts, in porous~ ves
-el-, or b.'tt,le wrappied in2 a miOtenedl
:th. Ino Bngal, aallow pits were
dug aolIi ill near ly full with dry
st raw, on which were set fla, porous
panis coiingi! the water to be con
gealed. Expo;sed over ight to a cool
wid h. water evaporated a :t the ex
<iu -ni cotling took- pilace w1ih suiflicienit
r.i .i ityi to. verbnhice thle 1inflex of
t: ineaUt rtiuih the c'oo(l air above,
or thron'J bi :hob:ly condiuct inig .traw
Ice- nubi in thi,- way, however, wvas
c-tly.:; a !will, in Is:::, natural ice
wa- hppe trio the m'itedi States to
C deu:ta. it ua- sld for hlif the price
of the ma: nlat:nr-i artitle. (Onu the
other ha::', a :hiei showni at the
Vienna exhi:,Uit:n iin !7u, iade thirty
hundr-nw i.b- of ice an hour, at a
cost Kf Nwe.a'e cnt a hiundred
weig:ind t i, now a--cried that ice
ha e in:anuiinri ton a large seale
for b.-as thant a i:lar a liin.
Thire iha- certain iv h,eeni a wVondelr
fuml dleveilpmnt bf timi ice trade sine
the phi:er, Wil:an Toar, of Hoston,
shiipped the first cargo of ice to Mar
tiniqu-. in 1'7. At onIe time, Amieri
can o ic w-1:t to E:nghland, but Nor
way now moniopolizes the ice miark et
of te O! wol. it is sa id that Nor
weg(ian ie is Iuior intaying power
* eh ti :uIntufac uire-d pmoduici.
lT sUaiation of thet Farmentr.
The (distress of ihe agriculturail class
is e-xineId ni! :.,imply t the t:nite-d
::'-. hu*s .a all~ over the world,
antI it is due perhiaps to a great hum
h.r < .-c..: but cspneially toi the dis
proportonately rapid developient of t
industrial life in other directions. The
to-,,t hopoeful oitlouk for th.e fainer
that has ever btei presented is that
ruade by Prince Kropotkin, in the i
August number of the Forum, that by
means of scientific and intensive agri
culture the farmer is to be the coming I
man. arid we are on the eve of a reign
4" p!Vty. Hle shows how, in sollmt of
th.- mo14st in ljopuilatedl parl- of I
Iu rpie, crop. art- artN wn con pol,r land
of many tiies greater value than the I
richest erops grown by the usual meth- i
ods on the richest land, and he gives i
reasons for predicting that we are on i
the eve of a revolution in agricultural I
imethods. The article is full of definite I
facts about various conditions.
A GREAT INVENTION.
,By Glenn, in Presbyterian Banner.]
The world is occasionally startled by
the perfection and importance of some
new invention destined to bring great
benefits to mankind. New inventions
do not come by chance: inventive
geniuses are raised up with those in
lierent endowments which enable
them to bring under control the forces
of nature in new appliances or machin
ery to be operated for the benefit of the
human race. These are some of the
thoughts which arose when a few days
ago in this city we first saw in opera
tion the Essick Type Printing Tele
Prof. Henry was the first to dis
cover the telegraph, inventing the first
u achine moved by electricity, and
Prof. Morse applied the principles in
his construction of the first telegraph
lino. But it reniained for Mr. SaMuel
V. Essiek to invent a machine com
biLing tue principles of the telegraph
and the niore recently invented ordi
nary type-writer, and which he has
brought to perfection after years of
close experimental study and put into
practical operation. One must see this
instrument before lie can fully realise
that the recital of its marvellous work
ings is not the story of mere iagic or
The operator at this end of the wire
signalled to the operator at the New
York city end, and instantly, without
any one at this end touching the keys
or any part of the instrument, the fol
lowing was addressed to your corres
pondent, being rapidly printed on or
dinary paper in Roman type, in full
view, at the rate of about fifty words
per minute, viz.
"EW YoRK, June 13th, 1890.
"We are pleased to show you the
work of the new and improved Essick
Page Printer for long and short tele
"D. J. Lt:i>wI(, G. S.
My reply was dictated, and the very
skilful lady operator, by quick finger
movements on the keys, sent the
message over the wire, wvhile at the
instant it was printed by the instru
ment on ordinary paper in response to
the same touch or pressure of the keys
that caused its transmission to New
York City. In that city it was printed
at the same instant it was here, the
operator there simply watching the
instrument as each word of the mnes
sage could have been simultaneously
printed on receiving instruments lo
cated at every station between the two
cities, the operator here doing all the
work, no attention being required at
the receiving stations.
The Essick system of telegraphy,
transmission by printed characters of
the alphabet instead of by dots and
da.shes, has been operated on a single
wire (320 miles in length, and it can as
easily be operated over wires of much
greater length. The system is bound
to supersede in a great measure the
telephone ; while it is more correct anid
satisfactory in practical business op
erations, and especially for its pages of
actually printed news for the press,
than telegraphy by the MIorse system.
It will do the work as rapidly and at
the same time cheaper.
The Essick Printing Telegraph Comn
pany has been organized with head
quarters at 171 Broadway New York.
whither MIr. Essick removed in 1886
from his home in Alliance, Ohio. The
company is organizing sub-companies
in other cities. MIr. Essick, the inven
tor, arid MIr. Abner MfcKiuley, Treas
urer and General M1anager, brother of
Represenmtative MIcKinley of the House,
were here exhiting their systems to the
House Committee on the Postal Tele
graph, a majority of whomi were p)res
ent in the oflice of the company, Mir.
Wannamnaker, Postmaster General,
and nmany other officials andl citizens,
all of whom were delighted with the
successful operations oif the Essiek
sstemi. Tfhe conmpany isreivn
great encouragement from all p)arts of
the country, and will return in the fall
to organiz.e a sub-company in thbis city.
There a great (demand for the Essiek
instrument, far ini excess of the piresenlt
spee(d of manufacture.
To Be a Good reacher.
(Carolinie B. LeRow, in Ladies' Homire
Good health is particularly necessary
for the teacher, as the labors of thei
scool-rooni draw so co)nstanltly anidt
heavily on the vocal, mental, and ner
vouis forces. Teachers nieedI to lie con
tinually on their guard against any-.
thing which can interfere with their.
physical wcll-beinig. This pirecattion<
has also a mzorail sign ilicance and imi
Of course, the more liberal arid<
thorough the education, the better the
foundation on which the teacher's 1
work is based ; but there have been t
nany great schiolars who have p)roved
very poor teachers, for the possession oft
kniowAledge by no means imiplies the t
bility to impart It. It is safe to as- 1
ume that natural talent in this dlirec-t
ion is the best possible test of the "borni
tacher.' In addition to what ist
sually included in a liberal education,t
kinon ledge of the comparatively mod-I
crn science of psychology is indispen- g
able, familiiarity with the laws whicht
ontrol the development of mind, the t
aterial upon wvhich the teacher ex- a
lusively works. If she succeeds in
er work without this knowledge, her Ib
~uccess will result "more from good
uk than good looking to," or be the t
utcome of a happy intuition which, t
ufortunately, few possess. This branchi
f science has lately been accorded its t
proper l)lace in our curriculum, but c
very dfay strengtheni s it vlaii to Tc
Miartinl, Luther a-A Lned In ii- ea
ron style of rhetoriv, "Inless a schOl
inaster knows how to sing I think himi- I
>f no account." Such a test woul1i
naterially decrease the number of p-d
igogues:. nevertheless, it is true that
;mch ability is of tie greate-t servive toi
.he I.-a-Iher. The phy:-le-al benfiit r*t
or it- use, evenl ii'mother exi ted: but
t is peculiarly valuable as a source of
mIjoyrnient to children, anl a great -id
i the preservation af order. Even a
ittle knowledge of drawing places a
1ightV power inl the hand of the
:eacher. .Nothing so in1uch helps to
make instruction clear anid i tnpre ve
is simple and rapid illustration, par
ticularly in tire primary r:rade. At
present these two accomplishmients
improperly so termed, for they are
really essentials-are reqjuired i llmt..
shools. The children (f to.day, wvo
are the teachers of to-i,,orrow, are n
ceiving thorough instructit", ill the-'
two matters, and expeiience Ir1)vt:
that it is almost as instnctive for tei
to sitig and draw as for a bird to fly.
The South to Lead in 31amfacturir:: Ila
per and Fibres.
'IThe( Manufacti rers' Record ha:s .-pA
ial information from authoritati ve
sources which points to the early es
tabli.,hmilenlt inl the South of paper
manufacturitig on a large scale, and
the development of great fibre in
terests. The A merican Fibre Associa
tion of New York, with a capital of
8->,l00,I0, has been organlized to take
up everything new and utilize every
thing ol that might be available in the
fibre line. Tile cornpany is perfectin
phiis which in scope arid iipor.tanee
are in keeping with its enormois Vi pi
talization. TI Judlge Puldis1ihing Co.
fibre busiiess, on which it has been
working several years, has been alsorb
ed by the Fibre Association. The latter
is also largely intere ted in the pro
duction of fibre from "cat tails," ranmie
and cotton stalk, and has recently
taken up the matter of flax. It is
manufacturiig at Fernandina a plaster
fibre fron the palnetto, which is to be
used as a substitute for hair.
Paper m1anrufaceIturing, however, is
the particular business upoin which the
efforts of the company will be concern
trated for the time being, and this will
be done inl such a way that a revolu
tion in the paper trade is predicted by
those in a position to judge. The As
sociation has closed a contract, run
ning several years, with lthe Cotton Oil
TIrust to utilize its ::0,060 tons per
arnnurmt of cotton-seed hulls, from
whieb, it is claimtied, a paper cart be
mIufActured1 by the Associatioris
patentt process vastly superior ini quali
tv to that int use for book arid news
pirinit, arid at a cost hitherto unherard of.
Tlhe be.st part of it all is that the ASSO
sociationt will build its mills in the
South, and the South will enjoy tire
benefits of chieap)er and better paper
for its own cornsurmption, bnesides ae
qjuirinig tire new p)opuiltion1 arid wealth
which will comte withi the pa per in-~
Tlhris great eniterp)rise, wvhich is
backed by some of tire leading finiarr
ciers of tihe country, wirll prove a source
of enrorrmous wealth to the South. In
addition to utilizing :300 ,o00 tons of cot
ton-seed hulls annually for paper manrr
ufacture, tis comiparny wvill develop
all branches of the fibre business..
A Stecit:nen of Extraordinary Ataricultrure.
[Prinrce Kropotkini in thre A uguist Fo
Soil-rmakitng, hot-water pipes ini the
soil, arnd culture under glass at a cer
tainr period in the life of tire planit, will
be essernt ial featutres of the gairdlen ing
of tire future. They- will finraly (dissi
pate tire childish fe:irs as to tire imipos
sibility of sartisfyirrg the needs of a rap
idly-increasinrg populat ion; arid thery
will permit nran always to have fresh
front thre soil, tire bush, or tIre tree,
most (If what is necessary for hris life.
That is no/ a d]rearm of futurrity: it is he
coming a fact of rimderrn life. Iideed,
nohrig an be miore intstrucetive ont
th is accounrit than a visit to thet( isbaands
r>f .Jersey anid G uerrnsey, such tas I re
tently mvrade. It gives orre a conrie(te
(ea oif whla t thie woiirl is rapidiy comn
ing to ini tIhe way of rilture unader
Tihe island (If G~uernsey ha:s ti niour
ish 1,00 souls on eaich squatre -mihe, andri
has a good deal ef irnrproduet lie soil.
Guernsey, like thew surb i s of Par-is, is
i land oif mri nrket garrdeni ing, wihich has
levelop ed of late i nt o greenhouse curl
tre. All over tIre islandl, especially irr
he rnorthi, wheirever you look, yotu see
reenrhouses. Thiey rise amid tire fields
ird fromt behind tire trees; they are
iled upon one another on thre steep
lopes of the illI s facinrg the hnarbor.
lhe origin of tis departure was tihe
aisinrg of gr'apes, which was started
somec thirty years ago, by a few enter
A t present, Guernsey exports every
Rear about ~>N0 tons of grapes, wuh?eb
-ereserit a money value oif 21->,0(tl, at
he low average price of 18 ents a
>ournd. H owever- and tirat is the chief
>inrt-grap)es are rio longer tire mosflt
rmportanrt crop of tire Gurernsey and
lersey greenhouses. Anrd when [ walk
a throurghr thIese glaiss-roorfed kitchen
;aretns, whiebI doi nrot know what fail
ire mianrs, arnd whlichi yield crop after
:rop throughout tire Spiring, Surrnrner
md Autumnr, I couold trot but airirire
Ie recent coniquests of mtan. I saw
bree-fourthrs of an a"re, covered with
lass arid Theated for three months in
re Sprintg, yielding aboiut 8 lonrs of
omato)es arnd about -.'(n pounrds of
ears as a first crop1 ini April arid May,
o be followed Thv t wo erops mlore dur
ig tire Summrier arid Auturnmr. As to
he results, I cannot better characterize
hemi thianr by quotilig what Mr. W\.
lear, tire well-kniown writer upon Eni
lish agriculture, wrote after a visit to
he samte establishunrent: rnmely, t hat
he motrey returns frorm these thirteen
eres "greatly exceedi thjose of air ordi
.ary Etnglish farm of 1,81k, acres."' The
tst year's cro ps were: 2~> tons of grapes
which are cut fronm the first of May
11 October., soI tol)s of tmatoes, 30
>ns of pmotatoes, ; tonts of peas and two
ns of beans 1thre last three in April:,
>say- nothing of ather subsidiary
,DO YOF KNOW .THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
g Cooking Stoves,
Window Shades, Lace
< Curtains, Cornice
B.\BY CARRILAGES, CLOCK-S,
Mlirrors, Pictures. Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
Colinforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
r delivered at your depot at the same
price that you buy tihemll in Augu.-ta?
I Carry Everything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar value for every dollar paid.
Special Offer No. 1.
To introluce my business in every
neighborhood in the quiekest possi
ble rmanner, I will ship you one
Bedrooim Suite complete, consist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
troduce my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I will deliver the above
Suite at your R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESt DES this Suite, I have a
yreat manv other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, anil all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapesiit tip to huudreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain No. 2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors, crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors.
This suite is sold for $40.041. I
bought a large number of them at
a baiikrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est R. R. depot for $3.m. B;esides
these suites I h:ive a great many
other suites in all1 the latest shapes
andl styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Is a walnut spr ing seat loungre, re
duced f roim $0.15 to .$7.00, al freight
SSpecial Bargain No. 4.
~Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
Striniinedl upl comlplete for 81 1.50( all
Scharges pa:idl to your dIepot, or a .5
Shole range with trinnntiings for $15.
SBesides these I have the largest
stock ol cokingr stores ini the city,
Sinicluding thle Gjauze door stoves
and Ranges and the CHARiTER
O.\K STIOVES with patenit wire
auze diC(ooIrs. 1 :11n delivering thI ese
stoves t.vetrywhewre all freight
~cha.rges paid at ti e price of an
oroiinary stove, while they are far
Ssuperior to anty othier stoves made.
SFull pairticuilars by mail.
10lu0 rolls of matting 401 yds to the
Sroil S5 75 per roll.
1,000 Coriiice Plesl~ 25ets. each.
S1,0(5n Winidow Shadires :;x7ictet oin
Sspring roller and' finiIedi at 8i2 ets.,
,each. Yo u inulst pay you~iir own
Sf:eighit on Co)rnice Poles, Windlow
SShades and( ( locks- Now see here,
I cannoat q1u':e y ou everyting I
Shave got i n a -o,re conmtain ing 22,';00
feet of iloor roo'it, be sides its an
nexes anmd facto ry in an Ither poart
of Ihle towni. I sIlIl bec pleasedl to
seiild vou an \ thi ill al ove mien
tiollell, or will cind ini;
Catalogue cre i:'you will say you
saw this mivertis:enot inTH
14:::.0. Li .xNO Ns:ws, Pliihedl at
New. berry, K. C.
No g.oods s-ent C. )>. i>.. or )in coni
Ssignment. I refer youw to the edlitors
andiO publlihers oft t his paper or to
any banmkinig concrn in Augusta,
or to thle Sout hernt Express (Co., all
of wxhomi know me per-onally.x
L F. PADGETT,
111(1 ANi 1112 Broad Street,
Augusta, - - Georgia.
Proprietor of Padget t's Furni
ture, Stove, and( (Carpet Stores.
tr,y.. : :s -, e
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Intr it: a'a-I : b r t .?Il
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LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors.
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rse the S.KALL Size (40 little Beans to the
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Suitale tor all .a.gcs.
Price of either size. 25c. per Bottle.
-, ~ PARKER'S
Nevzr Pails to Restore Gray
1k 'W - Hair to it.Yojthful Color.
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gain in n''2i) ye-ary. $30 SAVTEI)
tr::de. 8nnd qu;ick ~ very putrchiaNer.
for DAiRW .A I N CtW have inside tracK
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limited to -L4/ JPIANO EM .ohld br the
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BURTON & \\'ILSON, Agellts.
New berry, s. C.
WINTHROP TRAIN!NG SCHOOL
r'oil DLACIRV, OILUYiBIA, S,. C.
T HOROUH( -NORMAL IN
struction an'l practice inl le:.t mneth
ois ot tc:icv,i:in. Open to girls over IS
vears old. S beion begins 'epteniber
';. (raol;ate eu-C re .>od positions.
Each county is .-i-ven two scholarships;
One liv the State worth :15n. and one by
the schwol worth . A ddress
1). B. .JOH-N-.40N, Sup't.,
Coluibia, S. C.
To the People of Newberry
and Surrounding Counties:
I HAVE IEEDIEli THE PIAC
ti f 3. f Me<viine in aill of its
branchee-, ani wi!l attenld calls at all
hours of the day r ni:.:h in town or inl
the country. Special attention given
to the treatinent of Diseases of Fe
illncs. anld to Cironiic dl,eas.s o)f all
kinds, inicluding P1,rt Nasal Catarrh,
D)yspeps-ia, Skin <iisease's Rtheumnatisni,
iles, etc.. etc., etc.
0114ce fior the iresent at iv resi
dence. S.u 'N PoP., M. D.
s lIsh dre . s oaihoewhccomns atse
unequTA arfratled and rypay
s .5hode etis the dprc stanard odressom
SO50Poicma' &he speia 75aape
Al mdeinCnges.>u toadI.ce
$3& SHOES ENLEDES,
ha Fiee Cost favorabycevd sierroofoduced
ann the etet mpovents byk them seor
mto f it os tsds thes prcnt e as. s
sk.0 youelan i hew.anesupp send
dietylisact densin adoerthiscmed Itselfa
potl o oreulfr !n st ea' uaiiy
W .~oya h L.sDOGLA e Brockor. drss
en. farmd s NERtUSDBIITY
Al mmI Wean,es of. Body and Lad.fect
ha- ee m ofaEoroyrEcedsies int rour.g.
Aboluthey rucntlinpovxE nt mRAT kTenr them updry,
to anty fo sol at tese n ri c t re
ars yorE DeCA. ni eCao., uFAlO, N.u sen
direc o faor Penclos aderisd0. tc al oru
pota fo re . bl an ie . tt.\\.h
in.:u. . . GA.lrcko.~as
M INER CO NAIS.N
E CONErrorxeSU PIVE r or~
PARK,3I,ER' ClAINChfa7E 'reNI. It senhred
atewostyrt: c.asca an Yetree.ly fonri. allil rising
frde etive nu:-tiont.3T n tin.5 . and prosmI 1'r I.00r.
ED9IljCALCRORIN. EAUFFrA::, e.Y
The'mos. APPEnluTIZIN Aa ndiestoLESOMB
TEMERAINCER RINE" iaths rd
Deucioust atd sr n TvfrY IT.sa~'
Watdi Ley out. S reW mntO to iIac ?Ander strcin
Askou Sc re Se rie.Exeic nor ne cer Partase.
Tut t's PilS
Regulate The Bowelss
costivenes deranges the whole sy
tem and begets diseases, such as
Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases,
Bilious Colic, Malaria, etc.
Tutt's Pills produce regular habit of
body and good digestion. vithout
which, no one can enjoy good health.
Not being able to nieet the many
readers of this paper face to face, but
having a matter of the most importance
to lay before you one and all, I head
this article "Personal," mn the hope
that you may give my words the same
careful attention that you would doubt
less grant me if I were able to call upc n
Let nie tell you. It is in regard to
the p .urchas of g-oods in my line, nec
cessary for yourcoifort and happimess.
My stock is a large and varied assort
ment of goods of all grades, extending
over a seale of prices which enables
every visitor to find an article to their
taste in quality and value. You will
find these goods cut in the most fashion
able styles, in Sacks, Cutaways, Prince
Arthur and Prince Albert. I want
you to remem ber that t hese goods are
made up with those paitelt square
shoulders and guaranteed to fit as well
I as custom niade clothing. When you
come to my store ask to see the Double
Breasted found Cut Sack, the latest
and nobbiest cut of the season.
This department is now tilled with
the most elegant line of goods I have
ever shown. Underwear in all weights
and at all prices, from the cheapest to
the finest. Shirts, Collars and Cuffs
purchased of Ime will not only be of
the latest styles but extra in finish,
imake and strength of material.
I am showing a first-class line of
goods in this department, consisting
of all shapes and colors.
I have a full line of medium and
fine shoes, Trunks and Satchels in
If you can't come and inspect my
stock, write rme and I will try to suit
Jchn Esten Cooke.
.' historic story.
which has been
out of print, and
or which there
has been such a
great demand is
DOW issued as a
tions. There has
never been a
book throughouttheSouthern Statesthan-Svnar
O E.oLE's NEsrr." Many years have pissed since
the thrilling scenes herein recounted of the
deeds of valor of the Confederate Soldier, yet
the interest, by thoso who fought with Ashby,
8tuart, Johnston, Beauregard. Jackson and Lee,
in the cause for which they so desperately and
bravely battled, will never grow less. -This
thrilling story pictures not alone joy and sorrow,
and a love sweetly told, but is filled with historic
incidents of the great contest between the South
and tbe North. Here is a book for the old Ex
Confederate, to r"eall to him the vivid scenes of
he greatest Civil War ever known, to call back
his own campaigns, and tell him of the mighty
Chieftains, dear to thc memory of every one who
wre the Gray.
"Surry of Eagle's Nest " will find a welcome
in every Southern home. That it may be within
the reach of every onc, it is published at theLw
PRIcEoF $2, though a, LABOE, HANDsOME VOLUME,
BaU*memm, ULrR.&ED A.'D ELEGAmLY 30CED.
SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION.
I^" W. J. DUFFIE,
Columbia, S C.
for either a visitinog card or a
mammoth poster. We' hai~ve
facilities for printing
Minutes of Meetings,
i1L & IOJZAI
PROF. F. M.W.I
716 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA,
CIVES FREE EYETE
for Presbyopia-old sight,-My
Simple, Compound and Mlixed
niatisui - irregular eurveof the
t wo eyes-,alnd Ast benopia-weak
Broken lenses replaced while yor
Repairing of all kinds: Oculis
Tes~ti1luonials from Rev.
Burrows, Rev. Wi. F. Cook,
S. zutterson, Dr. J. S. Coleman,
P. Hunt, Dr. V. (. Hitt, Dr.
Wardlaw. Dr. M. A. Clecklew,
H. May, fayor, Ker Boyce, P
ter, Patrick Walsh, President,
gusta Chronicle Co." Also refers
editor of this paper.
Richmond and DanviIle Railroad
COLL'XBIA AND (.4REF'VILLE DIvjgr
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