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ESTA.:LIS IK_ RI'53E FOR
SUCCENFUL POU LTRY
In raising poultry or stock it
should be the aim of every one to
keep it healthy and improve it.
You can do it very easily by adopt
ing some systematic rules. These
may be summed up in brief as
tConstruct yonr house good and
warm so as to avoid damp floors
and afford a flood of sunlight. Sun
shine is better than medicine.
Provide a. dusting and scratch
ing place, where you can bury
wheat and corn, and thus to induce
-.-,the fowls to take needful exercise.
Provide yourself with good,
healthy chickens, none to be over
tree or four years old, giving one
cock to every twelve hens.
Give plenty of fresh air at all
times of the year, especially in
Give plenty of fresh water daily
and never rlow the fowls to go
Feed them- systematically, two
or three times a day, and scatter
the food, so that they can't eat too
fast or without proper exercise. Do
not feed more than they will eat up
clean, or they will get tired of that
kind of feed.
Give them a variety of both dry
and cooked food ; a mixture of
cooked meal and vegetables is an
excellent thing for their morning
Give sofb feed in the morning,
and the whole grain at night, ex
cept a little wheat or cracked corn
--placed in the scratching place to
give them exercise during the day.
Above all things keep the hen
house clean and well ventilated.
Do not crowd too many in one
house. If you do, look out for
-Use carbolic powder in the dust
-ing bins occasionally to destroy
Wash your roosts and bottom of
laying nests with white wash once
a week in summer, and once a
month in winter.
Let the old and young have as
large a range as possible-the lar
ger the better.
Don't breed too many kinds of
fowls at the same time unless yon
are going into the business. Three
or four will give you your hands
Introduce new blood into your
stock every year or so, by either
Sbuying a cockerel or sittings of
eggs from some reliable breeder.
In buying birds or eggs go to
some reliab!e breeder who has his
reputation at stake. You may have
to pay a little more for birds, but
you can depend on what you get.
SCulls are not cheap at any time.
Save the best birds for next
year's breeding, and send the oth
ers to market.. In shipping fancy
poultry to market send it dressed.
7 THE USES OF LEYIONS.
The lemon tree is a native of Asia
although it is cultivated in Italy, Por
tugal and in the South of France. Jo
Europe, however, it seldom exceeds
the diimensions of the smallest tree,
while in its native State it grows to
Vover sixty feet in height. Every part
-of this tree is valuabie in medicine,
though we rarely employ aniy of it but
its fruit.~ that is the lemon itself.
And every one knows how to employ
this, as in lemonade : To squeeze the
juice -into cold water-this is the
shortest way; or to cut it in slices and
let it soak in cold we.ter or to cut it in
siees and theni boil it. Either way
is good. Lemonade is ouc of the
best and sa:fest drinks for any person,
whether in health or not. It in suit
able to all stomiach diseases, is excel
ent in sickness-in cases of jaundice,
gravel, liver comp laints, inflamatin
of the bowels and fevers, it is a
specific against worm and skin com
plaints. The pippins, crushed, may
also be used with water and sugar,
an:td taken as a drink. Lemon juice
is the best antiscorbutic remedy known,
Itnot only cu:es this 'disease, but
prevents it. Sailors make a daily use
of it for this purpose. We advise
every one to rub their gums daily
with lemon juice, to keep them in
health: The hands and nails are also
kept clean, white, soft and supple by
the daily use of lemon instead of soap.
It also prevents chilblains. Lemons
are used in intermuittent fever, mixed
with strong, hot, black coffee. with.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetite,Nausea,bowels costive,
Pai in teeawth a du sensation in
te back part, Pain under the siihooU er
blade, fullness after eating, with a disin
cliation to exertion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, Loss
of memory, with a feeling of having neg
ected some duty, weariness, Dizziness,
T_t~tering of the Hean,'Dots before the
eyes, Yellow Skin, Headache, Restless
ness at night, highly co ored UCrine.
F TEESE WARNIGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUT'S PILLS are especially adapted to
such cases,one dose effects suchachange
of feeling as to astonish the suferer.
They Increase the Appetite, and cause the
body to Take on Flesh. thus the system is
nourished.and by theirTonicActionon the
Digestive Organs, Regular Stools are pro
duced. Price 25 cents. 35 Murray St., N.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYEI
GRAY HAIR Or WHISKERS changed to a GI.ossY
BLACK by a single application of this DYn. It
imparts a natural clor, acts Instantaneously.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by exprees on receipt of $t.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
aD.TT' AitL fValuable Information and)1
~te Rci wll be ofalle FREE on app n
WJy suffer Needlessly
With the convulsing, spadmodic tortures of
fever and ague and bilious remittent, when
H-ostetter's "Stomach Bitters, acknowledged
to be a real curative of malarial fevers, will
eradicate the cause of so much suffer:ng. No
less effective is this benignant alten tive in
cases of constipation, dyspepsia, live- com
plaint, rheumatism, and7 in general debility
and nervous weakness. For sale by all Drug
gists and Dealers generally,
Money Saved is Money Made !
PUR(HASE YOUR ENGINES FROM
US, ani save $100 on a 10) Horse ; $200 on
a 21) Horse, and $3u0 on a 30 Horse-Power
Engine. Send for our prices before pur
chsing Engines, Gins, Presses, Saw and
irist Mlills, Threshers, or any kind of Ma
chiery. We are Manufacturers' Agents,
and guarantee satisfaction in quality and
price. WALKER & LOUD,
No. 135 Meeting Street, West side,
Near Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.'
Apr. 6, 14-Sm.
MRS. EMMA F. BLEASE,
PROP RI ETRESS,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
This commodious and spacious Hotel _si
now open and fully prepared to entertain
The Furniture of every description is new,
and no effort will be spared to make all per.
sons patronizing the establishment at home.
The Rooms in this Hotel are spacious,
well lighted, and the best ventilated of any
Hotel in the up-country.
The Hotel is furnished with fine cistern
and well water, and the table is guarantaed
to be the best in the place.
July 21, 1880. 30-ly.
Sl Outfit furnished free, with full in.
structions for conducting the most
profitablo business thiat anyone can
engage in. The business is so easy
to learn, and our instructions are so simple
and plain, that any one can make great
profits from the very start. No one can
fai who is willin~g to work. Women are as
successful as men. Boys and girls can earn
large sums Many havte made at the busi
ness over one hundred dollars in a single
week. Nothing like it ever known before.
All who engage are surprised at the ease
and rapidity with which they, are able to
make money. You can engage in this busi
ness during your spare time at great profit.
You do not have to invest capital mn it. We
tike all the risk. Those who need ready
money, should write to us at once. All fur
nished free. Address True & Co., Augusta,
Maine. Oct. 13, 42-ly.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
This popular and centrally located House
Ias been entirely renovated during the past
summer and was REOPENED to the travel
ing public on~ August 16, 1889.
Terms, $2 and $2.50 per Day,
Nov. 17, 47-tf. PRO PRIE rOR.
Eection is Over.
No: go and hear the vo:es countecd at
OA iK' G.ifl.LERY, where the~ i.sest Art
Worke thant hvov. ever been e..biwd in
Newbertyv, are on e.xh:ibition. And whbile
there sit for your picture-, and take to yone
onmes ome of their superioir pho:ographs.
We wartn you that delays are datngerous:;
go ere it is too late.
Mr W.X H. Clark feels confid::nt, after an
exeriece of fifteen years, th:t he can
poduce at class of work that will p!ease
and gie perfect satisfaction.
Coying old pictures and enlarging to
any dsired side, also reducing to the
smallest, a specialty.
Fo Isyl and quality of work, refers to
Nov. of his CL ARK BRO'S.
This commodious edifice, situated on
MAIN STREETI, NEW BERRY ,S. U., and.
known as the
[is now open, and invites the people one and
At, His METROPOLI .A FURTITURE STORE,
offers the Largest and Best Stock of
Evei' Exhiiit in this Market.
llEIq PBLOL A IHJNIX ii0ROOM SU1TS~
All Styles of Minish and Prices.
CHAIRS. all kinds, HAIR and COTTON
M attresses, Bed Springs, Desks, Win
dow Shades, Sewing Machines,
w! in sh,rt every article of iFurniture known to the trade.
These Goods are all at LOW PRICES.
The Carpet Exhibtor---=he most perfect. of all inventions.
Come. see and he conrinced.
fAllONABLE (LOTIINI EMPORIUM
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED the
Largest and Most Complete Stock of
that h:s ever been in the State, and
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TILES!
Suits of Middlesex Fia:nel at $12 5).
M-u'. Cheviot Suits A LL WOOL Guar.anteed at '10.50.
Youth's Suits 3.5t to lIO.0.
Boys' Suits 1 5", S. ;- :2 50 to w15 W0
AL'0, a Fine S:.ock of TAYLoir.S CELEBRATED STRAW HATS. Manillas in
shatdes of Slver. Tan. Ghocol rre anid Whito.
1 h s.v added a stock or FINE SHOES, the article found to complete a
gentluani's outfit. Gu;raneed ntot to rip ur trea. If they do, will be replaced by
another pair. Apr. 13, 15 ".
I am still keeping up my reputation for
making the Finest Custom Work in the
State. My Cutter is alive to all the latest
styles as they make their appearance in
fashionable circles. None but first-class
Samples sent on application. A futll line
of (only) French and English Suitings al
ways on hand.
On Hland---White Duck, and F'ancy Vests and
Nobby Dusters a Specialty.
W. C, SWAFFIELD, Agt.,1
Oct L, ..?. COLIMBIA, S. O.
-DIRECT IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
UARIIWARE AND CUTLERYL
COLTTMRLIA, S. O.
THE LARCEST VARIETY OF
IJOESE BUIIG AND FoLRSiNG IRD'AlE IX TilE STAE,
MECHANICS' TOOLS of every description.
WVagon ain irriage Building and Trimming MIateria!.
Circular Saws of all size furnished to order.
India Rubber and Leathier Belting; India Rubber and Hemp Packing.
Lucing. Babbitt Metil, Machinery Oils, Files and Rasps of all kinds.
Lime, Cemenr, P1lster, Hair, L'ths, Gr indstones.
Window Glass, Paints Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c.
OF ALL KINDS.
Sugar Cane Mills, Sugar Pans and Evaporators, Fan Mills.
Threshers and Separattors, Woven Wire for Screens, Bolting Meal, &c.
Corn Shiellers, Feed Cutters, Hoes, Axes, Hames, Shovels, Spades.
Solid Steel Plough~s of all kinds, Plough Steel andl Irou, B:aek Bands.
Coil, Wagon, Well and Halter Chains, Tire, Band and Rod Irou.
Ias he agncy fr -h ban i rsS !eJ ,AT PL OUGHIS and Castings of all kinds, which
Agre ds re cd as represented. Qrders accompanied with the money or satisfac
tory city reference will have prompt and careful attentioai. Oct. 6, 41-if.
. GREAT OPPORTUNITY!
Iam mtanfacturing three styles of Sewing~ Machines and selling them at such
UNHEARD OF PRICES!!
as to defy :il comr' tii" Lr frt ily ne.ed be without a M-elchine, and i no
perstin out of e: pl sy -a aft ri read this
ANN ZUN~CEMENT EXTR?AORDINARY!!!
No. I. Style,N.2 Sye
The"Centenaial," 1- . Th "es"
n) K tIak t ti.e i i dietly
from tw.r spe,als. is war- a tel is-ls ht
ranted dtothe saeewwork
range of famrily sewingasteSnradtob
with~ the gr.entest ease
and muost perh'.t n:an- ueirM ciei
ner, and solis eeyrset
No.3.Stle, Te rinO," Sye
andisth .net ewng~4ehncet' ivete. Thie, "B3 st,
Sewing Thc- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ leMahine Aetanoteswl idthsagadpptityt earnt
gag i a oitalebusnes. en fo CrcuarandTrs toSne n ob
Mu acue Sueiooahifi
adis h fue aeng Machin 'fver nthe Pricest Stl30. Swig
EVERY MACHINE IS WARRANTEB FOR S YEARS.
Sewing Maebioe Agents and others will find this a grand opportunity to co
gage in a profitable business. Send for Circular and Terms to -
The Patent Foldinst Table RHd the 1810s% SITIOs Of 80EinE
THE STUJDY OF M'1C SDP FE.
rhe" Laoi(r of' Yeair 1 A(comp1ihdJce in> We1( e 1)Y.
. t h e - N e w ' I n n t v ~ 1e t h o d f 1'o r the . I - C - A N
PIANO A.ND ORG-AN!
Has Opened a STUDIO over R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
Store for the ReceptiLn of Pupils.
latving Tauiht this Metiod in the North with Unparalleled tiecess; also in Green
ville. S. c; ow ()tlers her Service a nd the iI-th<od to the CITIZENS OF NEWBEt:RY
r It is itnmossib le to set forth ALL TIIE ADVANT AGES this Method has over the
0141 S..tern, in an Advertisement, but invite all interested to Call at the Studio. or Send
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Simple that even a Child of Five Years can
u lerstan-l it.
It does away with ve:irs oF lruderv.
It tkes titm 1'upil aimost immredliately into the Science of Musical Compositions, and
continnes the .-alr I rou hout the whole Course of Instruction.
11 is not a Superticial nitlhotl. 1t); applies to all Music precisely as it is written, with
out any change whatever.
It conm:enls itself at once to the educated class of the community.
This Method is entirely dilterent from the Old System.
An opportunity is offered to l to giin <t Jsical Eluc-ttion in a short time and
for Less 1pense than ever before.
4' Many of my Pupils in the South are now successtully Teaching this Method,
whicth Was gained at a no!ninal expcnse, while my expense for Tuition alone was FOUR
DOLLARS lw ess1(5on.
This Metho fulfils the maxim that "Whatever shortens the road to learning, length
ens life and increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 ets. Per Lesson.
90- Books and Sheet Music wil be Furnished on Moderate Terms.
FOR FURTHER PARTiCULAIS, CALL ON OR ADDRESS,
MRS. W. H. CLARK,
Feb. "2:1, 8-tf. Ne wberry, S. C.
Patented, Nov, 21, 1876. No. 18498
IIE, the undersigned, now using the TWIN SPRING
IV BED, maJufactured by
WIY. ZOBEL & CO.,
. .at. Hlena, S. C, take pleasure in stating that they are su
perior to anty we have ever used.
E. HI. Christian. T.CPo. .T.Trat
Geo. Mc Whirter. S.FPat JneMInoh
R. W. Boone. J.. air. unuE.Cpmn
M. A. Carlisle. W.Wfouel G..DWlt
G. W. Holland. W..Wllc. ZP.Ms.
Mrs. E. F. Blease. D .T ilr .W .Smos
G. W Garmany. T. B. Pool. R.L Cahrn
The prigs cn b hadat . 0.I[AIRS F.l FantteF jtr trsi
Yewberry,Mar. 1H. Wal-lace.
w:RGHTS H TE, - - CL4Jni . Cmn
Th E AInca PRINTS, at J..AID',adtthFrnueStesi
LARELIEST FOWERS OFPRIG.
WRGH ' HOTSE,IL - H-LKRCIS ( CLutie,at. C'
LEUIU AN,A DIStLW 6tc.ECIES a c
BEAISSES' SUNRHATS, at Gic.
A LbARtfu line E Ls, Gats 1nChide ADSWE hE;as h
Gent'Yuth G anT os' HATS. HIDRT HSIEFY, (NEautes WAt, GL50c. UK
VALADIES' L AWN SANDSERCHIEFS, atL3c.
ch ae qualities * * * *
DRESS GOODS in all the novelties of the season. A drive in BL ACK SILKS.
CRETONNE CLOT HS and L ACE CURTAINS for Unholstery.
Gents' CASSIMERES, CLOTHS, JEANS, DUCKS, DRILLS, from all the celebrated fac
tore oare peared to sell GOOD GOODS as cheaply as any house in the State. Satisfac
D ESPO RT ES & E DMUlND S,
Wright's Hotel Block, - - Columbia, S. C.
Mar. 16 , 11-3m.
EXCELSIOR COOK STOVES!I
THE BEST IN TH E NARKET.
Four!teenl different sizes and kinds. Five
sizes with Enameled Remei..>irs. Adapted to
,,au requirements, and priced to suit all purses.
Double Wood Doors, Patent Wood Grate,
- Adjustable Damper, Interchangeable Auto
matic Shelf, Broiling 1;ocr. 5 winging Uearth
Plate, Swinging Fltue- Stop. Reversible Gas
Burning Long Cross Piece, Double Short
Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, liluniniated Fire
~- Doors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, etc.
-_ Unequaled in Material, in Finish, anlin
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SHEPPARD & CO., Baltimore, Md.
AND FoR SA.LE BY W. Te WRIGHT, Newberry, S. C.
m ahe, ela , ewesry. WESTERN__MANUFACTUHE,
- A SUPERIOR LOT OF
It the New Store on flotel Lot.,
I have n;ow on hand a large and elegant CAR RIA GES,
a s,ortrnt ouf J-Ia hd '
WAiE,fOK, EER .TYLnsRP.TR,
B.-10-.:, C.OFKS, JEW'L-Y,on'a;.pT--L0ah..
Silver and Plated Ware, a. ,ed 2,4 - .m F- .- b,
VIOLN AND GUITAR STRINGS, TAYLOR & CLINE.
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,, Mar. 9, 10-ly.
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, NEWBERRY HOTEL,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY. -BY
To Tourists ;id Heaith-Seekets.
Summer Sc'iedule to the Mourtains of West
trn Neor.th Ca olina.
SPARTANBSURG, UNION & COLUMBIA R. R.,
AxVAl 'i Li: & SiP.mATANBURG R. B.
l :1 .. .!t: i . May lith, 15 1, the
f |i,: ,, 1:-<:a wi,l be ru! over these
Rad- daliy. (uniidiys excepted):
DowN '1.AIN-NO. 1
Le ve i:.::dersonvile ..............8 00 a. in.
" ).tabu;:.. . .12 10 p. m.
" iua .. . ... . . .. . . .2.14 p. mn.
Arriv: at Alhtoni.................4.25 p. n. t
UP TRAIN NO. 2.
Leave Alston........ ..........-12.10 p. m.
" Union.. .................2 15 p. m.
Spartanburg..............4.00 p. M.
Arrive at iietnder.onville..........7.00 p. in.
DOWN TRAIN NO. 3-ACCOMMODATION. t
Leave Spartan bu;g................6.00 a. in.
" . 1 ion l .....................820 a m].
Arrive a; Al- n...... . .....11.25 a. m.
CP rlAatN NO. 4.
L. .: . ...... .............5.00 p. m
U.. . in.....................7 50 D. M .
Arrive ..r1 . ..t,!+ r:.... . 9.15 p. M .
T!, i; e : . " tt.. Ulon ecl1ont at Als
t1': ln i.,w :r::i- o:i C. % G. li. it. from
Close conn]e]:cion is made at Alston with
train from Cumbi:i on Greenville & C,lum
bia Road. At Columhi, conuection is mode
from Ch:lrlc-ton, W'i:ington and Augusta.
At Spartanburg, coIIiction is made at
Air Line Depot with trains from Atlanta t
and Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn
Parties desirous of visiting Cm -ar's Head
or other points of interest can be provided
with first class conveyancc; from the Livery C
Stables in Hendersonville at reasonable
These Roads are in excellent condition; I
furnishc'i wi-h first class Coaches; provided
with all acc:ssary appliances for safety and
comfort of Passengers. At Spartanburg qpd
Hendersontville the Hotel acconnolations
are now ample for a large increase of travel.
They will be found well supplied with good i
Mountain fare at reasonable r;::es. C
JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
To Give Entire Satisfaction. 4
A pill that has become standard and is
having an unprecedented sale throughout
the South, is
They are honest,
They are certain,
They have no equal,
And are recommended by thousands as be
ing :and doing all that the proprietors claim
for them. -
They have never failed to h:ie the de
sired effetct where other pills haive been un
W. E. PELHAM'S.a
Dec. 15, 47-ly.
SSOutfit sent free to those who wish to
engage in the~ most pleasant and proni
table business known. Everything
new. Capital not required. We will
furnish you everything. Sit0 a day and up
wards is easily made without staymng away
from home over night. No risk whbatever.
Manay new workers wanted at once. Many
a e making fortun- s at t'2e business. Ladies
make as much as men, and young boys and
girls make great pay. No one who is wil
ling to work fails to made more every day
than can be made in a week at any ordlinary
employment. Those who engage at once
will find a short road to fortune. Address
H. Hallett & Co., Portlan1, Maine.
Oct. 13, 42-ly.r
Piedmont Seminar:' for 'foung
A high-class School for Young Ladies.
at Spartanburg, S. C., where a horough ed-a
ucation is guaranteed and the 1 est methods
and text books are used. Lo--at-ed in the
well-known Piedmont Ilouse. one of the e
most charming Summer resox S in the -up- a
The Course of Study comprise. The usual
branches taught in the best Fe'.iale Col
leges; the personal and constant supervi
sion of each pupil will ne found to se a spe
cialty or the Institution, as well . s good T
and abundant food, and the refining influ- 5
ences of a Christian home.g
TERMs PER SESSION OF TwENTY WEEKS
Collegiate Department (including FRI.3
Tuition in Latin andl French). $25; Interme
diate. (giving a sound English training), $2u;
Primary, $i2.50; Contingent Fee, $1.50;
Board (including fuel, furniture, lights and
Pupils received at any time and charged
from (late of entrance.
If notified in time the Principal will meet
pupils at Columbia a few days before the
commencement of each Session.
& Circulars and References can be ob
taned at the oflice of THE NEWHERRtY HER
Present Session ends June 17; Autumn
Session begins September 12 l
J. HENRY H AGER. A.M.,
Spartanburg, S. C., Mar. 15, 1881. 11--tf
C'OMF'OR T and
AT MODEFRATE COST.
This Bnezy is construeda of the very
best select ii te)rial, a::d i- s. perfect in w
aonstructioni (as w ll as sim~ple) that there
Nothing to Get Out of Or der !
The motion is so gentle as to enable the t
most delicate in:valid, as wel' as those in
robust health, to travel with perfect ease
CALL AND liE CONVINCED, W
Manulaia tedl and for s4h -
T?OSITE JAiL., - - NEWBERRY, Sa C.
Mar. 2, 9-6m.
D. W. WATERS,
boughs,-CoIds, Sore Throat, Bron
chitis, Asthma, Consumption,
Lnd AkDlsec -a of TH OAT and LUNGS.
Put up in Quart-Size Bo ties for Family Use.
Sclentifc-llv prep-red of Blsam Tolu. Cryat1llized
lock Candy, Oli Ryr, and other tonics. Thu Formula
, known to our best piysicians, is hix:hly commended
g them. and the ana:..is of our moet prouuent,
emist, Prof. G A. MAlINER. i. Ciicago, is on the
sbei of every bottle. It is wol known to the medical
rofession that TO LU ROC K and 1:' E wia afford the:
reatest relief for Couzs, Clds. In: uinza, BronchitiS'
iore Throat, Weak Lungs, also Consumption, in the in
tpient and adv:m,od st4:es.
Used as a ;EV ElRA(E and APPETIZER, it makesa
lightful t,,ni_ for fa::ily use. Is pleasant to take; It
reak or debilitated, it gives tone, activity and streglh
othe whole hnman fr.:ne.
TT"' T OK'fBE DECEiVED%
CAU JIOIONi., nrincipled do.l
ers who tryto palmoff upon you Pck and Rye in
place of our TOLU ROCK AND RYE, which is
the only med icated article made the genuine hav
ing a GOVERNMEN'T STAMP on each bottb.
LAWRENCE r MARTN, Proprte$s;
111 MadIson Street. Chicago.
- Ask your Druzgist for it!
?- Ask your Grocer for It!
Ask your Wine Merchant for Itl
Children, ask your Mamma for 1t2
f Sold b DRUGGISTS, GROCZZ8 sm
WE MERCHANTS everywhere.
low Lost, How Restored!
.Just published. a new edition of DR. CUL
"ERWELL's CEL' n1KATED Ess.t on the radi
al cure Of SPERMATORH(EA or Seminal
Veakness. Involun:ary Seminal Losses, IM
oTENCY, .lental and Physical Incapacity,
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The eelebrated author, in this admirable
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f which every sufferer, no matter what his
ondition.nay ,e. may cure himself cheap
y, privately andl radicailly.
j This Lecture should be in the hands
f every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
ny adldress, post-paid., on receipt of six
ents or two postage stmups. WE HAVE
6LCI( A SURE CURE FOR T.u'E WoRx.
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO..
1 Ann St., New York, N. Y.; Post Office Box,
58G;. A pr. 6, 28-1y.
~VIL iSTOT FIIE COh1EGE
Respectfully offers its services to those
)are- 's who deire to secure for their
!a:.,ters the thorough and symmetrical
:tivatio: of teir physical, ir:tellec:ual,
l r::oal powers. It is conducted on
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ud ; .1nd, by a system of Tuitional P;e
;i.:. i;m Low lLates are maide s:iil lower
or A L .who aiverage 85 per cent.
No Publie Exercises. No "c.ptiot-."
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)reur eigit tunes a year.
For full information, write for an Illus
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REV. S. LA~NDER, President,
Oct .27, 44--iy Wiil'amst on, S. C.
FA.R THE BEST.
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Iheguliar boar ders Ten Dolbr pe~ r month.
HIENRY 11. BLEASE, Manei.'r,
Mai S:teet, Newberry, s. U.
Ju:ly 7. 1880. 28-17
G. W. ABNE Y,
CTTOlNEY -AT -LAW,
Office Over Boozer's Store, lower's Building.
Will practice in the Courts of Edgefid
d Newberry. All business eutrusted to
ar will be promptly n.ttended to.
We want a limited number of active, en
rgtic ctanvassers to engage in a pleasant
nd profitable business. Good men will
d this a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY.
Such will please answer this advertise
ent by letter, enclosing stamp for reply,
tatig what business they have been en
ged in. None but those who mean busi
ess need apply. A ddress
FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.,
Nov. 17, 1%0-47-2y. Atlanta. Ga.
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E. R. STOKES,
~laik Book Manufacturer
Has moved opposite the City Hall, where
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Len, to do all kinds of work in his line.
BLANK BOOKS RULED to any pater-e
d bound in any style desired.
M facilities and long acqru'intance with
e b.-ness enabe mc to guarantee satisfac
m on orders for Bank Books, Railroad
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ut, Serin's, lXoaae Judges. Masters in
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i i: .ied hica, and al I kinds of publications
n2 ou tie mos)t reasonabile tcrms and in
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E. R. STOKES,
Main S:reet, opposite New City Hail,
Oct. S. 41.-:if. Colum bia. S. C.
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w e1agoldea chance is offered,
t-r:h always :keepingt poverty
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r mvan money thtat are otYered, gene
;v oecomne wen ithy. while those who do
t'imrove such chances remain in pover
. e want~ many mn,a women. boys and
tos toCwork for uns righ;t in their own 1o
it~ Ie. Te b'iness will pay more than
a; times ordinary wages. WV e furn ish an
:pnie outtit an'i all that you need,
\. o one who engage.s fails to make
0iney very rapidly. You can devote your
hole tim'e to the work, or only your spare
nwuts. Full information a';d all that is
red sent free. Address Stineon & Co.,
act. 13, 42-ly.
--W. H. WAL.LAGE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
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