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FACTS AND FIGURES. the
-The statement is made that the on
enormous sum of $202,000,000 is invest
ed in the submarine cables of the world, ut(
supposed to aggregate 64,000 miles in co<
-The body heat of birds is greater the
than that of any other class of animals, sal
ranging from 106 deg. to 112 deg. Fahr- of
enheit. Among the mammalia it is siz
from 95 deg. to 105 deg., varying in br<
adult man from 98 deg. to 100 deg. cal
-The Isle of Man census shows that loa
on April 4 the population numbered
53,492-a decrease, as compared with I is
1871, of 550. The number of summer an
and autumn visitors during 1871 was fin
about 75,000: last year the number was cm
about 100,000. me
-The new Pension Oflice will be one on
of the most splendid buildings in Wash- tal
indton, with a frontage of 400 and depth
of 200 feet, the height of the main corridor -
being seventy-five feet. It will have Gr
166,000 s u:re feet of flooring and fill
space for 1,500 clerks. Congress bu
enacted that the cost was not to ex- pe
ceed $400,000. It
-The railroad from Roumelia north- m.1
ward carried injts last tiscal year thou- tii
sands of tons of e.sence of roses, valued Sei
at about $320,000. On another Turkish ?r
line Angora goat hair and meerschaum mn
..re important items. The number of at
passengers on the Roumelia line (501 tul
miles) beyond the city line (13k miles), ev
was but one seventh of the whole num
ber, which was 971,185. ea(
-From the official report of the Ital- pr(
ian census, taken on the last day of the ob
year 1881, it appears that the total p9p- ani
ulation of the peninsula is 28,452,639, wC
an increase since 1871 of 1,601,485: at
while in that period, it is estimated In
further, that fully :350,000 Italians cave Cal
emigrated. The edu ational exhibit of orc
these returns is interesting becau,e so of
encouraging. Thus, the number of per- cu]
sons who could not read or write in 1871 to
was 42 per cent. of men and 47 of wm- k
en-proportions of which, in the case of icl
men, have decreased 17 per cent. an'
of women 11. The greatest improve
ment is found between the ages of 20
-The streets of Paris are lighted by
43,089 gas lamps and 429 lamps which
burn petroleum and colza oil. There
are in addition 2.5,000 jets of gas in the o
buildings which belong to the munici
pality, and the total cost of lighting HE
them is estimated for the year at ?260,- tn
000. An ordinary gas lamp burns fo
about six ga!ions of gas per hour, and pa
the cost for a year, supposing the gas to ies
be burning for about ten hours every bri
night, is almost exactly 4 guineas. a th
petroleum and oil lamps cost about,0
per cent. more. The gas company em- of
ploys seventy-six men in looking after te
the lamps and the mains, many of them t
being told off to inspect the meters and cu
the pipes in private houses, and see that
there is no escapec. The lighting pow- .n
er of the gas supplied by the company in
is tested every evening in elevenlabora- ty]
tories situatedl in different parts of th'e th~
"Blessings," exclaimed Sancho, "onsp
him that first invented sleep. It wraps pri
a man all round like, a cloak." It is a aci
delicious moment certainly-that of be- An
ing well nestled in bed, and feeling Ta
that you shall drop gently to sleep. lia:
The good is to come, not past; the arc
limbs have been just tired enough to ma
render the remaining in one posture de- tor
lightful; the labor of the day is done.
A gentle failure of the perceptions ma
come creeping over one-the spirit of is
consciousness disengages itself more wh
and more, wvith slowi anhd hushing de- the
wrees, like a mother dIetaching her cal
Band from that of her sleeping child; whl
the mind seems to have a balmy lid art
closing over it like the eye: 'tis closing pu:
-'tis more closing-'tis closed. The thi
mysterious spirit has gone to make its alv
airy round s.-Leigh iluul. im
-An American medical student in h)a
Vienna was pe6rmittedl to take part in an hu
operation which resulted in much jo
injury to a new- born child, and, taking ov,
the matter to heart, lhe absented himself th(
for days. This elicited some well-meant .
comments from the house surgeon, with th(
a good-natured re!iection on his moral mr
cowardice. The student, greatly irr- sit,
tated, challenged the professor. It is the
contrary to etiqjuette for professors and pri
students to ti' ht (duclk so the protessor g
declined. exp 'a;n:ing that nothing offen- int
sive had been meant. lhe studcnt, who OV(
must he a consumnma:e ass. then went ty1
to the American .Minister, who sustained mo
the professor. 30,
--Mr.. Griph~ sar's he ap~precated the an
motivos of his triends in the next room
at the hotl, who, wh'n he was very
sick and likelv to d:e. tho:ught, as thev the
had a piano, lev' ebor him up wvith gr
a little miusic. :and g t toet her and a 1
sang, . earere n: od to Thee.' but mn
he says the air somi-how didln't cheer the
hi nue a- 1;os9,n ($o'. wh
-A novel funeral cortege was re- :wal
cently seen in Wyandotte, Kansas. On the
one side of the hearse walked six young for;
ladies, and on the other side six young sur
men, The former wore black gowns, of
white gloves and white crape badges, lan
and the young men wore the conven
tional black.-Denrer Tribune.
--A New York clergyman gave it as his C \
opinion that there is as much faith, and cuS
truth, and honesty, and virtue, and loy- ref;
alty in the world to-day as there ever D
was, and that religion is by no means on we
the decline. Sol
-It was written: "Good for nervous- ag
ness is a characteristic of celery;" but shc
the intelligent compositor rendered it, lite
"Good-for-nothingness is a characteristic He
of the clergy."-Chlristian at Work. sor
, , .jul
-The stage-driver, in describing the ruii
steepness of a certain Vermont mountain, ma
said that "chain-lightnin' couldn't go res
down it without breechin' on."
--A thirteen-year-old girl living on say
Bayou Terrebonne, eighteen miles from fo
Ho3uma, Louisiana, has a light brown gei
beard two inches long and very heavy,s
except upon the upper lip. O
-An Alabama hunter whipped a wild- I K
:at by spitting tobacco-juice in the!K
creature's eyes, and then was fool enough ma
to own up that he spit because he was so
scared he didn't know what else to do. S
-Mr. Hamerton thinks that frescoch
should be looked upon as a slight, cheap,e
art, to be done without much effort and'
without any attempt at elaborate finish.
--A Berlin professor has a laboratory po0
containing no less than 6,000 skulls, rep- 22
resenting all races and periods. sm
- +- Th
-Not all Kentucky sportsmen posess po
the skill of Daniel Boone. A Fulton 1,6
County expert shot at a squirrel in the in
lower branches of a tree and killed a us<
mule. The mule was not in the tree.
USEFUL AN SUGGESTIVE.
-A nice apple custard is made of one
it of sweet milk, one pint of apple
ice, three eggs; favor and sweeten,
I bake with an under crust.
-At a recent sale of 1.200 sheep in
gland the average price received was
10, which is said to be the best aver
3 on record for so large a number.
-Prof. Beal recommends to pack
ery and other vegetables in damp
for keeping through winter. It is
d that vegetables thus packed will
only keep a long time but retain
ir flavor and quality so well that they
1hardly be distinguished from fresh
-Egg Balls-Boil four eggs ten min
s: drop into cold water, and when
1 remove the yolks; pound these in a
rtar until reduced to a paste, and
n beat them with a teaspoonful of
t, a speck of pepper and the white
one raw egg: form in balls about the
of a walnut: roll in flour and fry
wn in butter or chicken fat, being
eful not to burn.-From Miss Par
's Cook JBook.
-An appetizing hot sauce for meats
nade by taking one can of tomatoes
I adding to it two onions chopped
a teaspoonful of Cayenne pepper,
namon. cloves, salt, and a little nut
g to suit the taste. Let the tomatoes,
ons, etc., boil for ten minutes, then
:e from the fire and add a large cup
of strong vinegar.
-Oyster Stuffing for Roast Turkey.
te as much good stale bread as will
the turkey, and season it well with
ter rubbed into the bread; salt, pep
- and a little summer savory. Moisten
lightly with oyster liquor and add as
ny oysters as you choose. Stuff the
key and roast it in the usual way.
-ye the thickened and strained gravy
Dvster sauce with it. A turkey weigh
seven or eight pounds should cook
least three hours, and a very large
key should cook at least four. Baste
ry five minutes.
-In feeding for beef, the notions of
h animal should be consulted-his
ferences, likes and dislikes. The
ect of fcedinr usually is to get the
mal to eat all that he will digest
I; hence a variety should always be
band, and the ration varied by feed
cooked, soaked, or dry meal, as the
e may be, with hay and roots. Take
at care not to over-feed, and in case
over-feeding, let starvation be the
-e. Thus the an'mal will soon take
feeding again, but will be much less
Aly to fall off in t'e;h than if phys
ed. Nature is the best physician.
roi. Bcal. in Lansing Republican.
gUsh Bank-Not-s--.ow Ther Are
Made an-. Print. :1.
WIle on his rounds veterday, a
raud reporter ran into in exchange
ice, where the bi o':-keeper wasuand
g some foreign bank-note<. A mong
m was a new i'ank of England note
? 10. It was a be:ut fal s"ecinen of
per making and printing, and inquir
as to the way in which it wa- iade
yught out thefollowiug e p:attationof
aid the money chan2er. "' The Bank
England notes are the mto-t uneoun
feitable of any -eeurit:es in tl:e world.
is a simple matter to 1 am their pe
iarities, and once learne I it is impos
le to p:ass a counter.eit uiponi a man
wing those pecuil ar-ties They are
both the pap1er~ anid the plaUte and
>e prni: of the note. First notice
paper' 'It is di:stinguishe icby its pe
iar pink color. Such pae is niever
n and is madec anid used for no other
rpose. See howv thin and transpar.
:it is! Those ,;ua: it:cs are mai:de
cially~ to prevent any p)ortion of the
ntng being erased 'by tihe knife or
d-ashing. the two specia'ties of
irican counitereciter.s and forgers.
se the note ini ou hands! It is pecu
-ly tough and c.isp. Trhose qualities
brought o ut by the p)aper being
do entirely from new linen and cot
,and not from rags
'Do . ou see thle pecuiliair water
rk, or wire mark as it is called? That
produced by au si erial mold used
en the paper is in pulp. l)o you see
t rough edge on the enids? That is
led the decie, and is al-o produced
en the p)aper is in 1-ulp. TIwo notes
placed in a mohld when they are in
p and divided lengthwaLys. Hence
top and bottom, or long edges are
avs rough. This 'eekle cannot be
tated by cutting. T1he paper is also
:Oeedingly strong. It is said that a
ak-note evenly adjusted will lift a
adred pounds weight without tearing.
you see the difliculties a forger must
rome before lie can even produce
paper on which the note is p)rinted?
'Every process deweribed requires
skill of an artisan, wvhose high re
neration keeps him from any neces
of dishonesty, and necessity makes
majority of thieves. Look at the
ating! Pesides the water or wire
ek, which is beautifully regular and
icate, a plate pr:nt is lithographed
r the face of the note. Then the
e printing is (lone. The paper is
istened first by atmospheric pressure,
)00 double notes si , dampened in
'The printing ink is also made at the
ik of England, from linseed oil and
charred husks and vines of Rlhenish
pes, which produce4 impressions of
ecuiarly velvety black. especially
the heavier figures. After printing,
notes arc numbered by a machine,
c, unlike a man. cannot err, and
l are indo rsed by the Secretary.
banknotes are p)rinted in type on
side of the paper that receives the
er mark, and even in the event of
note being split, another of the
~er's favorite tricks, the unprinted
ae w'ould only retain a slight trace
the type andl water marks.-Clece
-An extraordinary fatality has oc
red in 1British Guiana, where an in
erienced traiveler having, as is the
tom in tropical countries, taken a
eshing draughit from the stem of
of the many water-ho'd ng plants
ch thrive in the forests. qualified his
1 refreshment by a nimp or rum.
rtiv after lie died in exeruciating
,ny. and( a post-miort em examination
ed that his internal organs were
rally sealed up with India-.rubber.
had imbibed the sal) of the mimu
s balata the j ice of wvhich con
Ltes and hairdens in alcohol. and the
ihad its usual etleet in the poor
as stomach, with necessarily fatal
- Under certain hnown conditions,"
s the ;wr,uitown T~'ee.rraph, "the
ye wh:cch generates heat wvill also
erate light, eleci:eity, and even
nd. So the powvers of the mind are
vertible into each other. M1ental
1 and discipline gained in one way
I avail us in a hundred other wvays.
OWhvle in one direction has inti
t relations with all other knowledge.
ver, developed and n'ereised in one
crc i- ready for use ini anoth.er: and
who has dr~awn it from mnany souirc4es
I be best fitted to put it forthi in his
-Kentucky growvs over one th'rd (:LI
cent.) of the entire tobac o crop of
cuntry, and l5 States supply 90
nds out of every 100 pounds grown:
>ther states and Territories report a
all amount-together only 1 per cent.
a ield vairies all the way from 4~
mnds per acre in North Carolina to
2 pounda per acre in C'onnect'cut.
Ii von :,Ie lIsi(:r ynntrrip on li'. 2 "W''lCls
HIealth Ierewer." Go's direct to wea:k n-rts
".cugh on Piles."
Cu:e- P i- or earl i hoid-, Itching, Po
- trnd:ig, I:I'edinttt. ItiSt te:11 or otttr. In:et'n8
:I12! Extcrn-l Itieiedv i, :aeh pi :'ge. Sui
L, ie. :'hi w(.uti retain fet she-i " :tnil viv
:aCity, don't f.iil to try "Well-' Hlealth eiiewv
"Rt,ugh or Ith
"ough oat [rh" cnre- h:atuora. --rly:iun
ringwtorm. tet:r, >ait rheunt. t'ru-te: fet :1:1
"Rough oa Catarrh."
Co reel- oTent-ive odor- :t once Cotmilet
cure: u: v.orr e~rtnte .e . ",. a!.t tn:< b <atl"! :
g;:trgte fotr I)pip-h ri S ttrt" I to't.. :'lit 1"ot;
1h .Hop: of tha Natia..
Ch1iaIren t , ttt in h-v.-'.pme1t nrt. putII
ser;intV :ti l ' .1. . t , - t!'a' I 11 " l:'
Ca; arl 1 of the Bladder.
Srin..i:.. ir,i -atit.t, inll.tnluat i" , .1'1 Kh'l
,eiy a, d l'trar: y comnil.int-, eured I, "IhrItui
Pa'ib . ' .
'War ilugu, Roaches "
1:. hZ1 - t t It," t"'t:ar< tite t 'tl, I- t t'
Fough on. ats."
Seari- 'nt; rit-. I,icte, ruacte '.e c, e;:. art
He art Pairs.
Il i,pita ien, !):ups.ct acl:linr -, !):zzsa
Indli:"e'tion, IIe:hIe;ICI-, Sht.t-.h -nc cure"1l !
"We1"lt_' llcattit :Ce ee.".
'Rough on Cora."
A.-k tir WeIs' "1 lt h tn Cor-." 1t ('s
Qulci col,plete r re". !atIl or Son e ,r -, u
Quik, cotplete cine, :I Kitine, II"ladle
and Urinarv 1)i-ca-e-. Scalding, Irritation
Stonle, Grave', Catarth o- the BI:itltler. -1
ies, . "arbec., ant:, J,ll-tlu;:, t::t. mtile
dother, . rhipiank, e'eirel aw\ay" on '"l:ung!
-Well' ill 1i a -n cr" te,toret s 1 lt l he.th tl
vigor, eire, 1 -p::ppia, ltnpotet:c -. Sexual De
Rough on Pain."
Care' cho!iera, eolie, crain p, diar rhuo' 1. acie
patin=, -prain. le:iloche, nenr .:i aia, rIhumi a
tisl. 20e l ough oil Pam 'la,ter!;-, 15c.
If vot ire 2ilinlg. 'rnken, worn ott init
nerv',us. acn ''WlI-' lealh uieewer." Z
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
-And Under the Figure of
P. OBERT ON, Proprietor.
ECa No Liquors of an
ED AT ALL IHOUTRS OF
THJEDAY OR NIGIHT BY
Sept 11 Ti tf
Wright&J. W oppock
WVe niow atnnounce that our stock of
Men. Souths, Boys and Ohildren,
IS NOW COMPLETE,
atnd we think UNSURPASSED) in
anyvthing that tends to constitute
A Firt-Class Stock
Our line of
was never MORE HIAND)SOME.
are a decided improvement on any
thing we have ever becen able to get.
Special attention given to the se
-lection of Youths' andl Boys' Goodls.
No doubt every mother will be grat
ified at the implrovemnent in this
We climt to sell tihe
for tihe amount chiarged(. and no( one
will dioubt tile ass rnion when a
comparison is made. In(deed, our
whole line of FurnishingGoods was
Never So Good as Now,
andl in every instance we will give
as full value for thre amounlt inlvest
ed as any other house can affo:d( to
do. and we guavranltee satitfctioni.
WRIGH T & J, W. COPP0CI(,
[la Frontf our ('Il omN,
Oct 9 -1 Newberiy, S. C.
WE WILL KEEP ON HAND
lee. iullicit litoiupidy the towni ai
Newberry anid lu hei i u lrruning .oun ( ry.
THE ICE CART
wil go) airound the tow inoliringi and
Aevenig, fferso;, 2no regu2lar in oinenOii
( hou l lite o the j be.ll.. ad stoI th
Ice will be Shipped
to all potinir tlio the rairoaud-. Alt fi
Refrigerators, Freezers, &c
FRANC!IS HALLETT & C'n
.VEI H ID r S. .TN
'// v.'. W i. tk ii :a vi--. The (r .i. i bli n i: c! ltl: ant ! wo olet !o i , IaI
ti/ reched t : e . :\i( rr" a rg. a (U ei:.l -(I e:!: I (~ll ltm(j1'I:ir !ate a1r, wi th,out: o al :il:
T,-m,rr.;w w'.i wili 2:?.! n :'1- 'i I) , .ST J CS at 1'rie-"
hie::r oii f Ii t in:mak-:. x' i~e dU ~ ~ IA I I 2(N u! i~
We wil ( n-t r e >:t r 10, :.i:':"- liilllW R ID G i I
ERT'INI;G :il,. iiw Skirt Pat'ri,: a litl ,h- ver h::!f their .al.ite.
.nniothe' i(,t of I B (1131 :0 ' ini g)o 1 "olor': i.-, N. 1. t ). p -ar
1t11 No. ,at ll. iwr :nd: w -r h a d e., Ior: li,n -y.
iU nie t " ING il.\.!S. w\ rith -i..:h -bi w'tIek : 1 N .
-e: 0:n: :, w: h-, :n .IL1:L\ !E Y A _ K E'I'S.
2 (ase ;1-'.CO\ i MO.\ l'R NI (.'LI(' . :t -.. r(e':(."l 1r,., : -
- 1 ':it- EN\c;Lisll ('imTON. w,:th 1 , . j. : !t 1T -.
itt Ir:abLitia-u, wothi 25.-., for ltt. -4 piece Ta .i ::eae. worth :Ve
)lr. I1 ile.- Tab(: , ::. w :-t h .. . 11 -r ;;" . 5 per- '1T ky: :e i s.ta
.r 0.. r1it! frt on ' i -.
1,;e wiil -!! 3l': 1 'n :: l-:iv :tna i : e:.. day 10i)o ze , t"11 l a ( "--.
:5. This iih" - e-: v:ile w,- iave ever (lY"ire(i in a' Towel :' ti: e stO("ej:
tlne -) llieS at ma:1:1iacturer-' co-t. Sec our line Lile Na pk::: ar.1.5 . wori I 2.:
We will =e1! 1e t:( W ih a<1:v eve"iuin'-:,00 Laelie.' H:a i: 2.(. e:acl. worth 2.:e.
:;001 : iir L-lie ' Culs at 2.e. a 'pair. eh al:iy we witl ad1
A 1 ( :: l tn er- vi-iting, our I )t 1 o : t'.til to -et :lhe imh!rmlent- (,tYere
by h Iai:ual;h. a ith plently of :iit:.1 and v:rii xp)erie (. :i1l ever alive to ;1i
i:tere-t- of th' p.'ph-. We h,(i a !:o-itio : , :,1 l io inoiet ini the tate to 1u1p
th.-'ir (aily w\t: ".:-in (Itr v.tri >1- li "partin.-I!- .
SEE OUR HOSIERY SALE ON TUESDAY
W e u:i.er ::ll -i , ii I li-:,'. ' Ilo-itr . wor:h 41) :lid -'-) c:"nts. :,t 25 eett, a iri
Do't iail to ,e ouli FI FT Y-1E NT CORSET. wlther You h1
or n1ot. 2 (.aes Frui: of the Loetm. O:w Yar.l Wile, at 72. (:cetS. 1 Ca-e Lontsdal
Sairini. O:' Yard Whde, at 7.' ce t-. 21) Piece: Cambi-rie at 10e.. Worth 12. et:
See the 11lui:tenle:m t- Om-reid i:: II:ni.ii:r hiefS thi- Week. 100 1 Tl eli Kerrs Spo<
Cotton at -ISe. 51 a Fi : ara ols. tih:- llatee f s:oek o !1-: . at Le-s th:i ti
Co.t to m:k'.
Is o::t' ot the :im,:-t o:ui te in the Stte. F tiy tl e nti l't11 :eet"tI tItie alteloUi
and our 1 aily" i'(r,ea-ing, bin i n : thie ru:u 2.h(nw; th,.t ap reemati:1: of the p,eophl
J. L. 1;tI)N U 1 &C0 ., Columbia, S. C
h BIG [ a !m ,
THOSE WHO WISH TO BUY
ULOTINI.I, SHOES ANl-D HANTI
CH 1EAP~ FOR CASH LET THEM GO( TO
WVE F ROPO(SE F'OR THRE NEXT
To (Give our Friends and Customers a Chane
to Bny Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices,
Strictly for Cash:
Our Stock of
CLOTIII\G. SNOEX IAN 11
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
WE HAVE A LINE OF HIAND-1AI]
Low Cut Shoes
Tha;t ('os frIi 8400)( to .85.00~ whI ic wI e Propos~e tot Glot
Out at .:3.50 per PaIir.
WF .ILAN BUSINESS.
( ;\iE and1( SEE foir Y )URiS ELYES SPECI AL D)1R \VE.
OLOUD & SMITH,
MAIN STREET, - - NEWBERRYX, S. (
IT STANDS AT TH1E H1 AD
W - k Xb. amp nyisE on tronen.
W o I I S TA *E E I
, i ic. I \ vlENE T\
I A E:-r'!j;V IA(n NiR ) ..
pgao-.-Tir.1yi '. iti 1E C .
25 YEARS IN USE.
The Great esta of the Age!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetite, Bowels costive, Pain in
the head, with a dull sensation in the
back part, Pain under the shoulder
blade, Fullness after eating, with adis
inclination to erertion of body ormind,
Irritabilityoftemper, Low spirits, with
a feeling of having neglected some duty,
Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes, Headache
over the right eye, Restlessness, with
fitful dreams, Highly colored Urine, and
TUTT'S PILL are especially adapted
to such cases, one dose effects such a
They Increase the Appetite,and cause the
body to Take on Flesh thus the system is
nourished, and by their4oi Action on
the DigestiveOrans,Ie_ *u' Stoolsae
produced. Price 25c. 44 3nry St..l.Y.
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Renovates the body, makes healthy flesh,
strengthens the weak, repairs the wastes of
the system with pure blood and hard muscle;
tones the nervous system, invigorates the
brain, and impparts the vigor of manhood.
$1. Sold by rucists.
OFFICE 14 Murray St., Ncw York.
T AN 1): Clailn:r speciall y. Warrauts.
.LI and AlDDITi'NAL IIO1ESTEAD
CERIT'1IFICATES and all kinds of
L 'AND SCRIP bought and sold. SUS
PENDEV 'ENTRIES, LAND, PA.
TENT anJ-PEASION cases 1tttended
to. Correspondence solicited. A. A.
'Tiom:t=. Attorney at Law. Room 25 St.
C'lonid Bid'g . aslington.
B. J. RAMAGE & SON
In one of the new s:ore roon< of Crotwell &
McCangbirin,:1 FIESH LINE OF DESIRABLE
GOODS, con-ising of among other articles:
_Choice brinmIs of !cachedi Good-, Drilling,
e Shir:in". Cottonrile, 10} Sheeting. a nice
Ma-tin. Lon-dale Caimbrics, L1ran", Nainwook,
Linen I':rhte Gi:h, rowel, and Napkin-, La
die'' :r:il Gent-' Shoe.:, lroganF. Ple:t,e call
H. C. SUtJ THERS,
Wiinrs, Liquor:. Lager Beer, Cigars
and 'Toliacio. Prompt attention paid to
all irler. I alit prepared to furnish
denijohns, kegs and jup, and they can
be return"l :ind no charge made for
thein. J. B. Lanier's celebrated lirst
gradc i"or: whiskey always on
hand. Also will keep in stock :
full line of the lower grade of goods, to
gether with Imported Wines, Brandies.
Gins. aiiid all other goods usual to:1
first-elass Ilouse. which will be sold al
the lowe-t prices. Orders solicited.
In confection with the Bar I run
full supply of family groceries and pro
visions. july 23. 6m
114 I" WA\' \() HAT 411FlCE
lhit we do want to sell our stock of
Tin-ware. Glass-wvare, Crock
Fruit ,Jars and Cans.
Sto)res, &c., 101'
Also, we take Cotton Rlags an<
Bees wax in exchange for goods. WV
do all kinds of
JTO B W ORE
in our shop. such as repairinlg oli
T'in-wvare and Stoves. Roofing and
G (utt.erinig done on short notice al
SCOTT~1 & IBRO.
6 18-3mn NEWBER l Y,. C.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
PLAT AIN SUPLE
we have n'ow in store, Ferri/' llamw and
ltreakfast~ Strips, C. C. C. Tennessee Hams,
Smoked Beef Ha:ms aind Ox Tongues, Ihacon,
'L: .h aind N. 0. Molassee, Javai, L'aguyra and
,Rio Coll'ees, Finest Green and Oolong Tens,
Susars of ifl'rent brands, ICrk's L-tundry
Sonip aind oilier brainde. Also, ai nice line of
Grainirewa:re, Ewers, aind B.is e:c., Ghlass
ware. P'iteers. Gobket-, Jelly Ta'mblers, nie
articles, B. .1. RA MAGE & SON.
5-28.ty. New berry. S. C.
SPARNTANBURG. s. c.
JTe propr1ietor's of this oelebrated
iunne,rsor't respeci fullyv ;pmlloIlnce
that it la openi for the reception 01
gues't-, anid thait everythinig has' hbeen
doni~:e inake' :a visit to it agreeab:Lle.
Them hotel has beein p)t in good1 condi
tion, anda :in attentive rotinile of w:lters
secuir,'d, wh1d' iiith table mare is first
IlIaeks are ini reaines- at Spartnburg
to conlvey guests to the springs imnme
dIiatelhy on the arrival of the ear's,
Speci attention is given to the 'hip
nient of thle water to any part of the
counitriy, in or ou(it of the State.
SIMPSON & SJYVSON,
.Ji,ly . 2-tf. Propitors.
drvsQUemI TOE SMQgl
BITEIC'R. gives0 instant relief, ani
SA LLIADE & CO) . East 18th St., Newt York
ST U RBINF
hI Js t ene t con-' wted an.
finishdi illrbin lai thle work
It cil.es bet. 1etiLagi
Swi partL or ii . gate, anld
sold for less money perhonrs
Powecr than :any oilier Tilt
.r'stabllishe<(l FA Y V's 1866
MANIL LA R OOFING
Resembrile- fine h"e,iher; for 1Roo FS. OtSIDE
WA LILs andl lNsiDE ini place of lasnter. Very
'.troiig:nii 'lirable C.'A PltETs and RCGGS of
-amte innitorial. Ct:iIoue with testimonials
s-;aatCamdlen N. .J.
aweek at iome. 35i Is outrit free Pay
absolutelyI sure. No risk. Capital not
y~required. Readecr, if you want busi
ines at wh Iich persons of' eithei sex,
young or old. can make great pay all the
time they work, with absolote certaint,
folumbia & Greenville Railroad
CoLUXBIA. S. C.. July 19. l4'
On and after Sunday. July 19. 185. the
PAaSEMG ER TRAINS will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its brancbe
Daily. except Sundays.
No. 53. Ul' PASSENGER.
. e S. C. -" unction - o.:o a in
-- Columbia, C. . DSepot -1'.55 a in
11.55 p in
Arrive Alston. - - r ,-. P p m
--Newberry. - - - --.4pm
-- N in e ty -S ix , 1 ) - --1 p n
- - at4 pi
Hodges. - 4 p :n
" Belton. - - - 5 24 p in
Arrive Greenville. - - - - 545 p a
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville. - - - . 1.t: a in
Arrive Belton. - - 11.21 a in
" Hodges, - . 12:4 p m
" Ninety-Six, 1) - - - 1.23 p in
" Newberry, - - - 3.0 p mn
'. Al-ton. - - 4 p n
Arrive Columbia, C. & u. liepot - 5.15 p ni
Arrive S. C. Junction. - - - - - 5.30 p in
8PA RTANBURG, Ui41ON & COLUMBIA RAILEOAD.
No.53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston. - - - - 11.5' p in
Arrive Strother, - . - - - 12.3U p in
- Shelton. - . - - 2 p m
" Santuc, - - - - - 1-A p mn
" Union. P - . - 1.59 p m
" Jonesville, - - - 2.42 p in
Arrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. D. :.27 p us
".e " I.R. & D. D. - 3.37p n
No.52. DOWN 'ASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, Ii 1205 a in
" Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Lepot,G 12.25 a m
Arrive Jonesville, - - - 1.17 a in
" Union. D - - - 1.48 p m
" Santuc, - - - 2.32 p m
" Shelton, - - - 3 03 p m
" Strother. - - - 3.28 p n
Arrive at Alston. - . - 4 05 p in
BLUa RIDGE RAILROAD AN%) ANDIEUS.ON
Leave Belton 4.28 p in
Arrive Anderson - 501 p in
" Pendleton 5 40 p n
Leave Seneca S, 6.23 p in
Arrive Walhalla 6.45 p n.
Leave Valhalla. - - 9.05 a n
Arrive Seneca C, . - S b0 a n
Pendleton, . 943 a of
Anderson, - - 1;).27:L in
Arrive at Belton. - - 11.02 a in
Leave Newberry. - - - 3.15 p n
Arrive Laurens C. H.. - . 6.00 a in
Leave Laurens C. H., - 910 p am
Arrive Newberry, - - 200am
Leave Hodges. , - - - 3.2_ p in
Arrive at Abbeville. - - - 4.20 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 11.25 a in
Arrive at Hoges, - - - - 12.25 pm
Close connection Is now madc at Seneca
with It & D. R. R. for Atlanta and beyord.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char.
With Wilmin"ton, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmingtun and all
Woints North thereof.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Ra Road
for points in Western North Ca lina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., fromall
D points South and West.
D With A. & C.Div., R. & D. R. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. I., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the I orti.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
U. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
G. R.TALCOTT, Snuperintendent.
D CARDWZLL. Ass't General Passenger A;:t.,
Columbia. S. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
.Wilinigton,-N. C., August 2, 1885
Charleston and Coluia and
Upper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - - 7.20Oa
" Lanes, - - 8.34 a 11
" Sumter. - - - 9.331 a ir
-Arrive Columnbia, - - 10.40 a it
" Winnsboro, - - 3.02 p m
" Chester, - - - 4.1 p
" Yokvile, -- - .05p m'
" Lancaster, - - 7.01 p mi
"Rock Hill, - - 4.56 pim
"Charlotte, N. C., - 6.00 p mt
"Newberry, S. C., - 12.58 p ms
"Greenwood. - - -152 p mt
" Laurens, - - 6.0.a p ms
" Anderson, - - 5.01 p mn
"Greenville, .. - 5.45 p mn
" Walhalla, - - 6.45 p mn
" Abbeville, - -- 4.20 p in
" Spartanburg, - 3.27 p mn
"Hendersonviale. N. C., 7.13 p mn
Leave Hendersonville, N. C.. 7.00 p im
"Spartanburg, - - 12.25 p mn
" A bbeville,. - 11.25 a im
" Walhalla. . - 8.30 a mn
" Greenville, - - 10.00 a mn
" Anderson, - - 10.27 a mn
" Laurens, - - 9.10 a in
" Greenwood, - - -- 12.59 p in
" Newberry, - - 3.10 p im
"Charlotte, N. C.. - 1.00 p mn
" Rock Hill, - - 2.02 p ml
S Lancaster, - - 7.0' p mn
" Yorkville, - - 1.45 pim
" Chester, - - 2.44 p mn
" Wiunnsboro, - - 3.18 P mi
" Columbia, - - 5.27 p mn
Arrive Sumter, - -- - - 61.37 p mn
" Lanes, - - - 7.38 pnm
"Charleston. - - 9.05 p in
Solid Trains between Charleston and
Special Bzatl'et Cars attached to this
train. No extra charge for seat in these
cars to passengers lholding First Class
J. V. DIVINS,
T. M4. ]EMEBSON,
General Passcuiger Agenlt.
Asheville and Spartanbuzrg Railroad.
Arrive. Leave. STATIONS.
'3 (9 a. mn. llendersonville,..
; 15 3 blatRock,.....
a.i,2 ao Colenmans,..........
' 35 Melrose. .........
805 Tryon City. . .
8 20 Landrums,......
2 45 . CamipobenaL....
* 0 nmn,...........
9 15 ton,......l........
91.3 a. mn. 9 50 8Air,Line Junotlon....
9 55 a.im.' ,Spt'g, R. &D. depot .
UP T RA IN.
Arrive. L.eave. STfATlONS.
44 .m425 pn FnRo....
4 05 ~ Clmn....
255 4Tyf iy
2 13 gCipbla
p.4 m- 5nFlanRoc..........
I 14$ 1 10 4 r-Lne City. ..........
p. mn. 1 o0 p. in. Spt'g, R.& D depot .
Tr.Tmins on A sheville & spartanburg Rtoad
vi 1 be run by Air Line Time.
i! the N"' f Io C DfoCI
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR SIN
SPECACLE S A:D spErcCLE CASE
WEDDINB AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
t,, u:; Lrs-' oARIKTY.
i 1 ,r-irrs by rmai: prorup ity ttend'7:d (n"
.uhmraking rand Repairil<g
Done Ch'aply and a.ith Di.'I"
'all andi examil e tn; .toc:k ar.i i.r- ce-.
ov. 2t, 47- if w aes11 'ii : I:u:tr i
-? l( st ill w'3irit g 'nsurai<-( 0 (3
sittle piil:-rty of a!l kials. in 'Io"
:tui.l (' ,urtt. int the o!d -:r0!nI :tel elis"
.Lierpool c& London &C Globe In
C'ontinental Ins. Co. of N. York.
ins. Company of North America.
Ilartfird -ire Ins. Co. f Hartford.
--h, gentit e Q:1pirtl :ttid As et5"E o .
Colmlp:its' in our agct'y. toos 1P
No aues~s work. have tigure. to shuw.
It Vou warnt positiVc Intsutranet- ag:an-,
loss. we will be pleased to write ai for
Gin IIluse risks t-aken with either
ste:am. W:tVr. or horse power.
S. P. BOOZER & ON.
Sept 21 tt' Aetts.
Dr. S. POPE.
I OFFER 31Y PROFESSIONAL ser
vices to the citizens of the Town of
Newberry in ali of the Departments of
Medicine, except Obstetrics. My engage
ments are such that I cannot visit cases
outside of the Town. Any such desir
ing my services must conc to me.
I make a specialty of diseases of Fe
males, and of Chronic diseases.
Office on Friend Street. near the Fal
law House, in the new Pool Buildinr.
SAMPSON POPF, M. I).
Jan. 22, 4-3m.
(btained, an1 all PATENT uL; IN ESS attended
to for .IODEJ A I E FEFS.
Our (niee 1- opposite ti U. S. P: t -ut 01c-.
and we can o1-t.in Patents in le.s time than
tho-c renovtd from WASHIN(TON.
Send MO)VL OR DRAWING. We advise as
to pateutability tree of charge; and we make
'M;CttA RGE UNLESS PATEN1IS SECURv.D.
We refer, here. to the I'ottmaster, the Supt. of
Money Order Div., and to oshcials ofthe V. S.
Patent Office. For circu'ar. advice. termt ' nd
references to actun. clients in y ur own Stete
or County, wr:te to
C. A. SNOW, & CO.,
Opt osite Patent ee, Washington, i C.
TR-\lNS GOING SOUTil.
DATED J uly 12t h. 1 aly aiy
'LV. Wilmington..........S20 r. z. 10 10 a'. x.
Lv. L.Waccamlaw..........9 42 - 1117 "'
Lv. Marion..... ............11 36 " 1 40 . x
,Arrive Florence.........12 25 " 1 15
TRAINS GO!NG NORTH.
No. 43. No. 47.
Lv.Columbia ............ 955P.M.
Leave Florence........ 4 30 P' x. 5 07 A. M.
Lv. Marion...............5 14 "5 53"
Lv. L. Waccamaw....... 7 14 '-744
Ar. Wilmington.... ... . .3 9 07
Train No. 43 stops at all Stations.
.Nos. 48 and 47 stops only at Brinkley's
Whiteville, Lake Waccamaw. Fair Bluff.
Nicho!s, Marion. Pee Dec. Florence. Timmnns.
yille. Lynchburg, M ayesville. Sumter, Wedge.
field, Camden Jnnction and Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on
C. &G. R. lx., C , C &A. Rt. R. Stations,Akn
Junction, and all points beyond, should take
No. 48 Night Express.
Separate Pullman Sleepers f 'r Savannah
and for Augu.sta on train 48.
Passengers on 40 can take 48 train from Fin.
rence for Columbia, Augusta and Georgia
points via Columbia.
All trains run solid bet ween Charleston and
JOHN F. DIVINE.
T. M. EM ERSON, Gen'l Pass A gt.
South Carolina Railway Companj.
('OMME.('ING MONDA Y. M aY 24. 1S&5, at
'6.05 A. M., Passenge .Trains will run as
follows, "Eastern time:.
TO AND FROM CHARLEsTON,
Depart Columbia at...30 a m 5.27 p m
Due Charleston.....1S p mn 9.16 p m
Depart Charleston...7.20 a m 5.20 p mn
Due Columbia.....10.4.5 a mn l.00 p i
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DATLY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Depart Columbia.... 30 a m 5.27 p mn
Due Camden.........12.14 p m 7.421 p m
wEsT (DAI LY E.XCEPT oUNDA Y.)
Depart Camden.......7.00 a m : 5~ p in
Due Columbia........... a in 10.' O p) i
TO AND FROM AUoUsTA.
Depart Columbia....... .3 an 5 27p m
Due Augusta.........il.40 a m I .38 p m
Depart Augusta.......6.05 P. m 4.45 p m
Due Columbia........10.45 a mn 10.00 p m
Made atColumnbia with Columbia anid Green
yille RailRoad by train arriving at lo.00A.M.,
and departing at 5.27 P. M. At Columbia
Junction with Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta ilail Road by same train to and from
all points on both roads.
Passenpers by $hese trains t ake Supper at
At Charlestcn with Steamers for New York;
and on Tuesdiays and Fridays with stestner'
forJacksonville an' pints on the St. John's
River;also with Charleston and Savannah
lIa.lroad to a d from Savannah andl a&l
points in Flori a.
At Augusta with Georgia and Cna
Ralroads to and from all points West and
South. At Blackvllle to and from points on
Basrnwell 1Railroad. Through tickets can be
purchased to all points South and West, by
1) CQUEEN. Agent, Columbia.
JOHTN B. PECK. General Manager.
D. C. A LLEN, Gen. Pass. andl Ticket Agi.
One of the t lustitutioun t
U.nited S eal1 busness tranl the
ted - -egeumoneT- Boar'djin
Bleautiful diplonmas award
nletion ofcus,enasts on coim
per. Sei for eirenila suteftoryman.
ar e 8 ly
pIfornte, n p-e Send 1o ets
nLroyealauabe ail mail you free, a
vhat w l a b le y o u n I b o x o o g
ing more money in a few dn Te wiy of mnak..
thought possible at any basays than you y
req-uire<L You can live at ine apialw o
spare time only, or all the . n orK in
sexes. oftall ages, grandly stime. All of both
toS.> easily ear'nedl ey. sucessful. 50 cents
who wa.nt work may~ tet the bu n-Tat all
make this unparalleled offr eTbsiess, we
not well satisfied we wlsel iTo l ho are
the trouble of writing us. Fuld l tpay for
retions. etc.. sent free. 13 particulars, di.
lutely sure for all who st mmense Psy abso
delav. Address STinNsoN &rtatOnce- Don't