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Ti dE SEN TI iNL
J. E 1 )tRWqEditor'.
J. E. BOG( & Co., Proprletors.
P1'WK1\ E N U C .. S C.,
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1887.
For RnbsCrliptt on, $1 .5O per tnun
atrictly in tnIvance: fuor six mont h, 7Sc.
AdvertiMenents4i insert(e it.Hm e (111la
erR(tlureofone' iIt 1 Iess for the first.
insertion a1 fifty cents for each stub sen ti
ent. insert ion. l,il'rOI (lis(')u 't mle)1( C to
n)L)Yehatnts hwl ' t(ers advertising for six
t7lnnths or hv ILe var.
Obituary Notices cee( dirg Fvelines ,
T1ribntes of il"'$.rt, (}omntnoientio ns
o fa personlI (li,rneter, w1en atdmissalc
Vill he chnaedt for is alvertisenets.
AdverteingIurMan( OS)-nc('S'. , wherr nd"^vt' lnl
cuntrata& ny 10 nado lvr It lV LYLW gOII,K.
Affected by the New Law.
A New 'York special to thv Atlanta
Constitution says: Win. H. Schofield
President of the Carolina, Cumber
land Gap & Chicago Railroad, says
that the plans of his compaty have
beeii somewhat disturbed by the inter
State comm:erce bill. lie is going to
London in a short time to confer with
a finaneial house which will iSSue the
$10,010,000 first mortgage bon(l
there. 'The lines of road will start
from Aiken, 3. C., and Augusta, (ia.,
converging a short distauce North
west of the two )1ire5, When(o the
road will run directly to Loxingthm,
Ky. Iis connections vill t here bte
formed with Cincinuti, Chicago, St.
LOUis. and othe.r Western points.
The length of the road will be abont
400 miles, and s,me (f the gradingY
at the Soutliwrn extremty is r'tdV
done It will tal the extensivu' coal
and111 iron tields in North Carolina
Virginia, anid Georgia, nud the Ten
nessee m81"alie lidis, ns1 well as the
cotton bel of the Ca:-olinas. Mr.
Schoti,ld thinllks that the pas1eo of
the inter-SI ate ft commr5er hill will
practically shut o(t the WVest fromu
connection with the Atlant i sclutard;
but he says 11h( road vill be built.
Its direct connect ion will be with
the ocean at Charleston, Port ltoyal
Important sp n.etne Court !)e
The following is a synop--is of a
very important. decisitnt by the su
pretme Court o1 ote State, aS it irtu
ally declare'4, tlatt all Iiwnship sub
icriptionsa in aidl of raoil s ar t ot
to be0 considered taxes butii ratherc in
thle nattie oI (f a (iinracit I-weena
townsipls so) votiing and1( the railroadl
The C'arolina Cmiuherwland Ghap anid
Cliieago R ailr<nnl Comnpany.v.s.Trib
le, County Treaisurm-, et. al.- Xe
tion by M~annfactur iin'4 Comp111any to
llecover their Tax und"r the Act of
Under the atit of TIW GL;neral As
semrbly' of this State, passe~Id in 1882.
Williaimston Townishiip, in Anderson
county, voted a subteript ion of $6,
000O to the caplital stock (of the Caroli
nat, Cumberland Glap andl Chicago
Railroad Companyil, thlelaitiit. This
sub)scription wasl to 1)e paidl ini two
equal annual instlhnen(ts. The first
was collected and1( paid0 ini full to) the
ment was colkected and1 before laid(;
over to the iIlain)tif, the Pelzer MaI,nu-|
fuacutrinug Company, was loatecd awn
T'owmI.hip1, eniod thle benctit oft 11in.
act of 1873 to encouirag and aid
ronfaffcturers1, reenaciltedi a$ shd
vision 23, of section 179, Genuerail
Statues. The Cou8yTrasrer lpaid
the amounift, tixed anid deterineiltd bv
the CoAmptrollier Giienra as prop1 er,
to wit, $1 ,10.5,46, bactk to) tIi heompany.
Shortly thorea fter the I rihvayi1lf com11
pany commurenced their act ion against
the County 'Treasurer and( his bonds.
men for the recovery of tis sum with
The case wats heard by the Circuit<
,Tudge without a J1ury, who dismissed
th ecomnplaint. The pilainitift appeal
The Supremte Cur 1 c1(onIsiders and
deteninles the following mai qutes- 1
tionslt in the case, ulponi which it turn.-,
Does tihe Act (of 187:1 apphly to a taix I
like the one raised up1on1 t he towniship t
voting this subscription? If 5(o; wias t
the County Treasurer aIut.hori,(d( to
refund the amou()lnt paid in by the
Pelzer Manuifacturing Comnp1mv to
sakdl mpanyV, out of them subsciption1 a
mnoney' voted bly the townsh10 tip n col. s
ected b)y him, therviby dimnishinig
The com-t decides bo0th these ques~
tions in the nlegative. Thec tax referr
ed to iR nieithier State, (colnity or mu
nicipal, as5 c(ntempIIlated by the Act
TIhe vote of the townsihip) authoriinug t
' the subscription of $t,0 "owas ini the
nuature of a conttrac~t onl the l'art o~f the
township, and thatt sum mus~t be pai<
toU ai company,and the m<lIfey rais
el uner te Acttoimet the stub- I
scriptkion by virtue of Sec. 1.1 of the o
et virt,ually belonugcd to the plainitiff~
pnd shouild hiave beeni tuirned( over to
tbetreasurer of the comipany "as son a
us practiecable" after c4llect.,in.
aleet eo evre nase I
saaadtfo ril Olion by Bimp
(coadrnsed From nni!V Aeus.)
Court convened on the 7th inst. Jo.
seph L. Collins, James and John Hol
den, Aelxahder Sherman and Lau
ronce Cok- were tried for retailii,g
without license and acquitted. J . B
Eileuberg was tried for the Bamne of
fense and convicted.
True bills for the same offence were
returned against William Drakeford,
Romeo Fewell, A. Ellenburg, Vash
Salnond, W. H. Owens, Sanmel Har
ris, James Boyd and Janies B. Mas
sey. "No Bill" in the cases of Thom
as Williams an(d V. V. Holden, same
charges. Holden alnounced that he
intends to apply to thd United States
government for a diploma as this
is the ninth timne he has been b fore
the courts and nine times he has
The ease against Samuel Dominick
There were 76 old cases on the
docket and about 100 nw ones, the
material being al)le for a sitting of
six weeks, but it is undorstool J udge
Simonton is deterniited that the tern
shall not be so long. Witness roll
has not vet been Comllpleted, but they
nber mnore than a h.tndredl so far.
W illis J. Crelnslhaw, wvho was alb
sent, U. WV. Alexamder and Elisha
M. Alexauder, Were Iried for illicit
distilling andcl cunVictecd. Seltenee
was sIslpenlded. Joe Uriflith1 was
covi"icted( of irtailing. V. 11. Owen,
ch rgol Wit,h rttciling, was dischlar
(ases against Rufus G. Collins,
AdamL1 (olsten titd Jaitmes 1Vd vere
c on in ue(l.
Tru1o bills were reftued againtst
iifis Collins, Charles Coats aitd
1ilton ClVburnl. Charged with to
E. 1H. Gallowayv, t he ci izen of
P'iekens captured1 with the Iblckadle
vhiskey w"agon nea1r Piedmont , was
tried1 for retailing listilled li(luor oil
which the tax had not been paid, and
remoVing and coe1(55litg. He was
co)nViete( Ind bhe severity of hit senl -
tIlice ttra(ted ttteIti(on1. It was to
Coilni("1eent II Pickeis jail ut.l Feb
ruarv 1st 1888 and a fin1e of $3t)O.
Ja(Ick Avery was (onVietcl of retail
ing with''but paying the special tax.
In the ease of Maxwell 1). Chap
in an, (sonvirtl"d ttt a pr1io( us terim of
retailint, fle seale1 sr t t.ue left for
the p rione(r wvas Oi1( d( an 11x)di
1id tO ( ne mnth inl li'.-k s jail a1(nd
that the 1ttis cln i s bIn iji 1
1l>ng timie siinc his m1'-est awaiting
tile sit ting oif the ennI(' A sae
been ()1 conicted on trial bey iniforma:tion11
lie wast dischiarged.
Lois C. Pow"ell, the pr icipal inl
t heP1iedmon t whi'key pabil1ing~s(lcp
ail' s1nce atnd foundi' Mlil V d ai.i 21 Iz
edl senit(nce left forl L.im.
IJl1fayebte Pelfray, romml~ in ill
Carit cc, retaiulinhg main untured It
hlaceo w ithlot license, nom b ill.
iNo) billsV were re'tuirnied ini thle cases
of Wmii . .Hleves anld Volnlev ta
Th:le CaIses of Tlamin y Sia
fred Co~ x, U. W. Alexande,r aid B. N
) ((uirei was tril for- un!awfuil re.I
months11 iln jail ('nd. to pIay a1 l'.e o
recon1onenii'datio that Zack./l . I g-bbV
tcused of sundryI's vi 'laitions of th
revP,n t 4 laws, be I(i'l pardond if collv~iet
sd. The n-eu sedIP it a boy oV'f fom-t uleen
>r fiften andf~ (1( the jury' sayb the (bvi
lIece sho(wed( that hi s tran1isgre'sions1
>f law was (done in ignioranice aniid
ausedl 110 losfe to theIl gove'bi!rirint.
No) bills were rebturnled in1 the (cases
If Sainiuel Hopljkins, Wm,. 1H. Ho'pkiins
When couriit adIjouirned Friday,- the
rise (of Geborge Masters, charged w ith
>er.jurf, wasH peninIg.
The Publi ie O piniiion, a journalii pub
Shedbl at Wa'shington, D). C., is onIly'1
wI yearYs 1)1l, but4 it has1 abouIlt two
ms.' of cheek. It aIsks the SENTINEn,
I subscrSeibe. We rpblIiedl at (once
hatt it theI Pubiil!e Opinuionl wonlI sahb
eribe foru thel SENTINEL,, we Would
nblscibe)( for Puldie ()pinion.
When conhviets in Florida wnnt to
inke app)llication for ai pardon111, theyi
a-e reqjuiredu to give tent days'i no(tic
nt at newspaper that they will apply
0 the Pard1 oning Board, stat.inlgw1ien,
thIat plac(, anid the cr'imne of wh'ich
biy were conIvictedl. S. M. Morgani
.dvertises ini tile Daily Advocate that
e wants to be partdonecd for the cr1imeC
Any onel sendIinig u5 t wo new sub
cribers aca>mpanJied by the cashl,
vill be~ entitled1 to one op)y of the
Cursery and Orchard, the best book
hat hans ever been writen on th nu
eet. and wall worth thren (oln-2
TE ACE'S l BU 4EAU.
CONlUJClED lBY W. M. M1'OA$l AN.
wil1 hot Home one of the nally teach.
era itt Pickens County send 11 is an ar
ticle oii how he teaches Mathematics,
History, Geography, Enlglislh (ram.
mar or any other bi'anclh of school
work, for our next coluni1? This is
the teachers' column a11(1 open to ev
cry body interested in the work The
appeal to parents this week is from
an experience( teacher, and deserves
a careful reading. The doors of our
school houses are always open, and
a visit from any parenlt vill el) appre.
ciated. Try it fathers and mothers,
and See how it vill encourage your
In a group of teachers at the State
Normal Institute last, summer, Some
of whom ha(1 taught before, as well
1s s111Ce the war, the question was
asked, have you any dunces in your
school? Frot each camne the answer
"no." This elh)llatic no was very
suggestive. have children born in
in the evening, morle sense thati those
born in the morning of the 19th con
tury, or is it because other meanls
have lbe(n adl)opted to develop the
brinti? )r. ,Johnson said with prop
C1 nanagemni(it, a6 gent.lemaln ennll
be muade of anytbody---even of a Dutch
man, if ho is caught while young
enough to train. By this he meant
that hiconscience could be reached
wit li(>ut ap1,1eLin1g through his back;
that hr (nn1 )0 taught. to d. right be
cause it is right to (10 iL Convinciue
a lit tle fellow that lie his som1e brain,
and that yoU ree)cct him and1 half
the Work is done; but scold him he
(au1se he misses a question or RIS
that"ltinanciering was a general in the
revo'lut.ion." or doces not Hatisfactorily
ainsw'r scie110 othcr q'('iestio in atboult
which lie is iot epXeted to'know any
thing, and1(1 you give hiin a goud sta't
duune('wn1. If ti('cl)-s Wuldll always
art aft r re lcctionl 1a 1not imp11)ulse,
the won, chance would son b0 obs< -
le to in 011u schoIl Vo cabularies. All
schIcOol rlm ditli(+nlties vanlislh at the
alprc,;h of sobr j(lginnIrtt andi rea
sun. 'h(- fur' of )as.;itl.---tie old
A'lan that 1las1hcs in the chi's eve,
the Unii)iIII and1 wicked t.hou1ght that
ri.-os in his hart, cui alva'-s h Ur
rested yI a few P )litiC wVrIs frlcicn
the teelcher. Tch.cing t!iat h:ts no
con (scince 1in it is bu,t little brtter
tli;L. ln'ali1g that hias nc rrli;;ion1
in it. 'Ilie child is 1 bing cciratedl,
not simpl"1ly tc battie s'ir, ssfcful wit a
the (i,IiTilt,irs of lite, but to g'rppl h
an(1 ia,;ster the ilcr(' seriuM pr1ob-ln
ofi eterncity. Nco crd i:y boyv w~ * ill gcc
atsth;:y at schoolc if lin-oply dlt w~ ith.
Cauttch hiii by the p.lverof 1 wit'ci ncl ccc,
:1ncc you'~ will tis nuick4 for im ac~
miukc' fair dlealing, righJtuc and cmoder
aticcn ai :uIi(de, they wil jl ch-' "ail toc
have'L ini hecir :wehlcccs au st:cal otf
morarityt; whlich like thad t of conunu
nities. will ccontrcol aill whoc (cnIl
withiin its inftluen'ce.
An A preacl~ 4 ) 'jPrena.
Thicre i-s n1c work~ inl ocur ('Cilunt
ha:t neccds mac;fing U"i>rce tha;c 4
t imt of~ tcher:iLt' a :m c'.;ei m, 1c i.
ticonis t r plientcd~in, byv ic'c tencehers
oin t he dhfccilYercnt phass cof cdcttci it s
ace ccn.ectdtc direci'tly ccr iniin-eitly
wvith thtat. wcork wic I is dajlyv gc iic
ccn ini cour schoolccs incisces. Whaut the
eccclc ofr ouri counity- needic julst noi w is ~
ani meirencsed preiationi of t lwi
I eachrs wor Vick. The c grea':t ma iijity
of thei pcatrcons cct thcc scools sce~in.el'y
everi gm.Vc a suingh. though:~lt toc thie sil
jec't iinctter i)r to tIe t/go, ,c,,,v/( ccf
thecir c'cliei es' edclcieatiion. TJimcv sendic
them tic secool, ats ia uct( ct of e'urse
fccr soc nmuyii weec'cks or' inianiths ini tic A
yearil. Bui I bec:ond t hce linerc scnicnic~
theyc~ knocw niothcing, unillss at light
dren'i are invohed~ci , orl S omi' of' themi
receive ai lhillattin frccini t hie tiu-ch
cir, thlenl the lic re readyl~ tic icecnure
adi condemn(c;I the teneherc: forii somiei
thing ccf whlich they arie totally iccuc
itt. Tn'mey knoiw niot hcing cof tle mceni
taiiaining, andc t-he patins takinig ofr
the teai'cer, ini ccn'l,r tio pn>nmccte,
iiiic deve'lopmenl'it andtu grow~thc cci the
parit ccf their c'hijhlren'. It ocne ofl thces
ratheriis on~t hiis sort ii t lhe tield I W
wocrk-, he wocubct be apt. to knowc~ how~
lie hoyc put ini his tinw and the kid
of woc rk he idcct;1;u thatc sam fcilathier
shiows an utte r i1clh'('irnce to i te
moicst imprccitaint thling c'onnccted'c with
thait boy cs hife, am i thait, is what Ihe is
dociing, whlile at sechocol, what he is
I'liig, andl hicw lie i.-; bing taucghit.
IHocw can the piairent iapprciatej tiheIi
worlth ofcc thei 'tI chi i uducationi, cand
live in ignorcianlce of tin work ofr thec'
shcool house? If ccuri fathers andi
moit her's kntew what tile tieacherci was'
dauily I cinig for' their' chilcir' n, andc
howc~ tic wasin5ccg it, they~ wouhiIl p!ace 1
a much higher e.Istictte ccn the woirthI
of seliu>ol work, andi their sympnhathyv
fori thle t.eaicher' wvoub lt hce greatlyv ii
creaised . (Cou1l c parents wit ness what,
tIle wriitert dlid a fe'w dlays agco, thcey
ini onel of the gi'cateist of all cts, that
of teachlinig, and1( they'~ couldl niot help
becing chrauwn to) thei t.eacheri. To see
the teacher tr'yinmg to lod(ge iln the
mciin 's of Ii the chibclrein ideas thait
thleir icteligence ocf thicse tinigs
which are the fundlamental of true
learning and greatnless, is tic witness
a work that cannmliot fail to elicit the
most heair:y ahpn cia tion.
Let our teachiers senid weekly to
the SEWrmLJ COctibutciins 11s how
they re2sptetfuilly ccnduict the wocrk of I
teacbinfg, anid bcy this meansLdh ourl pe-~
pie will learn to apprecialte and nu.g- I
udde4? teacher's 'work.. Tnra,
SaPed His Lie.
Mr. D. I. Wiloox; of Horse Cave, Ki
gays he wat, for many years, badly ar'
Ilicted with Puthism, also Diabetes; the
pains were almost utindurable and would
somotiinos throw him int) convulsions,
He tried Electric Bitters and got relief
frorn first bottle and after taking six hot'
tlos, was entirely cured and had gained
nii flesh eighteen potndu. 'aeys he posi
tively believe.i he would have died hid
it not been for the relief afforded by
Electric Bitters. Sold at lfty cents a
bottle by Dr. U. W. Earle.
Tho Youth's Companion maintains its
reputation for publishing the beet Serial
and Short Stories as well as striking sto.
ries of' adventuro. The next volume will
contain the eight prize stories selected as
the best from over 5,00) iuamiseripts sent
in compltition, The first Serial Story,
to appe.ar in January, will be ''Blind
irother,'' in eirt oha' ters, illustrated.
Every .,i1l want to read it. If $1.75
. reint 110W, it will pay for the paper to
W. W. Reed, druggist, Winchester,
hid., writes; '"One of my customers,
Mrs. Louissia Pike, Barton ia, Ramdolpll
Co., hid., was a long sufferer with Con
stimption. and was giveu( up to die by
her physicians. tihe heird of 1)r.
ling's New )iscovery for Consump
tion. an1d e1(ganl buying it of me. In six
months' time she walked to this city, a
disiltnc of six milps, and now is' so
anitch improced she his (uit, using it..
She feels sie ows her life to it. '' Free
Trial Bottles at .)r. U. W. Earle s )rug
'T.e (olden )ays, published by James
Elvnrson, Philadolphial, Pa., for $3.00
per annum, is one of the most entertain
ing and bet papers for children and
young people, we have Over seen. Is
bnalutifully illustrated and well worth
AU IfTUR'S OF1FCE;,
Pu'IcrNs C. H., S. C., Jau. 18, 1887. i
H E County Auditor has been compoll
tel to cancel engagements at all pro
(Iinct4 except thme following on account of
solie cout'lsiuu> ais to dalt'es.
H Ee or his noputy will he at
Iunmpkiutowu or 'Iueinay the 1st day
of February 1887.
At Aikens' Store, WVodnesday, 2nd
At Nine 1'imes, Thursday, 3d of Feb
At Hiurric(ule, Friday, 4th of Febru
At Six Mile School Holme, Saturday
5th of Februiry 1887.
At Pickens C. IL., ithe balance of the
Taexpayers will avail thtniselvOs of the
nilet taie give u o akeIto turn 1(s and I.
(,p? cacah will maake hii s or her Return in
rson of u ual rr of acres of I 5Ll lY
Buitilings, Lof5tOlad Personatiil Proberty
ei('a ToIwnsip11, and no compiillaint
~1 ul (JO years oni the 1.-. ofI .lanua;y
.7, excejt4 thio.e inenpil)dC (If maiking
AfterC 4 the 20thi of ['ebrar atiiI'll Returnis
nili be puit ini mkilljiCtl li t with thle 50)
>rC'ventted by, MicknIess or a absdence fromi
lhe Count(y at thle t i:no Cof .ist ing.
J. R. (CLYDE,
J:et 20, b%7. 17 ' Itf.
Ziark & Wilcox
)o t he best work of anuy
tn us ~e the linest maiteri
1 of any lirmn South of
lasoni anid Dickson'sline.
1e haUve the evidenIce to
IroYe this~ f'romi the (?ur.
gts Chlampion Ironl ['.ce CJo
dcc 18. 84 1 1
C. wi. xm:wioont w.. .. Noiiw(oo).
)ie. NoiltWOOl & No1gwo1).
GAreenvlille, S. C.
Otr. Ox AIu Staie,
uly 29t It 1 886. 42 t f.
It.'YouI WVant a Goo Atice
)fi'rPwt Ton.u- C), ask5l your dealer for
TT OFROUTHE CAROLINA
l't'',11, rk IN.inee. Wher. .
I. -I. I is ha:s mat:'le sit. to met, to
'not,l hiin-~ f,tters ot Atiieratin oIf
lie F.tite anid ellets~ of Mlorri Miller,
Tl'iese are therefore to) ite a:ehnhulish41
>fi the sai Mittris Aliller, deiC:asedl, that
hey~ heC andi appear , beforeii lme, ini thei
'ort of Probatle, toC bel behl at Pi(lkens
ilter pubtlicaution hiereof, it 11 o'clock in
lie tforenoon, to shiew (0cuse if an1v they~
(bivit mluh-r mylt loadi ando seal, tis
!7tht dIay of .I:C':ri Ann.oh l)oii 1887.
jo3~,tN 18 6
Graeenaville, K. C.
A. A.. G ATrES, Proprietor.
1. a ewl y rtitt el and ClexIetely fur.
ish<d it h s tirst-chLs iin all itsi appiiint
nmeits, and4( isonei of theC biest htotels in the
tlitht Situtatiel in the hea.lthiesxt ande
un st dei:rbit fuml City ini the coutr t, it of
Cem t4UlPimlOl ATTr1t s l1)N -i
1lIT(lls and :011 tnrist4 and( thei enisie
amii.et, be excelled in1 any City.
T 13RUJAR Y.
"Prepare for war in time of peace
Now is the time to begiif to lay in
the aiunition and Field Pieces for
the Coining siege.
"An oumco of preventioii
Is worth a pound of cure."
Nothing will keep the wolf from
the door like a good garden. My
Garden S ed are fresh and reliable.
- ---AN t
CAR) AG1 - E E D.
Prepare the ground first with my
Spade, Shovels, Rakes aid Plows.
Use plenty of Elbow Grease--there's
nothing like it for producing a good
crop. Clean up the briar patches
with my Hoes, Mattocks and Grub
hoes, and plant corn there, with now
and then a Pumpkin seed-make the
Old Folks happy--make them think
of ol( times.
Clean out the ditches with my
Shovels, and trim down the banks
with my bush hooks. )on't fail to
get one of my Potato Hooks for your
wife; there's nothing like them for
getting up potatoes; (and dinner will
always he ready when you get there.)
Look over the following articles and
pick out whuht you want.
Handled Hoes, Scovie Hoes, Boys'
Hoes, Pitch Forks, Iron Rakes, Bush
Hooks, Potato Hooks, Back Bands
Heel Bolts, Plow Lines, Plow Stocks,
Lap 'ings, Trace Chains, Iluid Saws,
Padt( Locks, Well Buckets, P~aLited
Il3mckets, Cedar Buckets,
At.housai nto1dtheref1euaticlesv o r;i
tio~1inhn eed. CalInewhentlow naii ns
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thPlot a teesIP uxrt and Cheap.
THIOMAS CANNON Jr.
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THIS COOD OL.D STAND-BY
Acinplishes for everybody exactly what inclaimed
for t. One of the reasons for the great popularity of
the Mustang Liniment Is found in its unlversal
a pplicability. Eiverybody needs such a medicine.
The Lumberman needs it in case of accident.
The Hieounewifo needs It for general family use.
The Can nier needs i t for his teams and his men.
The Mechainlo needs it always on his work
T he Miner need. it in case of emergenny.
The Pieneer needsit-can't get*long without it.
The Farmer needs It In his house, his stable,
and hi, stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the ileateai needs
it in liberal supply afloat and ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs It-it is his best
friend and safest reliancd.
The Stoek-grower needs it--It wilt save him
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
Time Railroad man needs it and witneed it so
long s his life Is a roond of accident, anid dangers.
The llackwodata needs it. Thereisenoth
ing like it as an antidote for the dangers to lfe.
limb amid comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs it about his store amlongf
his employees. Accidents wilt hsppn, and whenm
there oome tile Mustang Liniment fa wanted a'tonea
Keeps a ett to i the Hleane. 'Tis the best of
Keep a Betsie in te Faetery. ltfitnmiedlate
use in 04ase o ident.aves pain and lose of wages.
Keep a Bnttle 4Iways l* the Stable fe.s
se When wasted.
Jan 20, 1887.-ly
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