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EVERY THURSDAY AT
NjiWBERRY, S. C.
A %O%G OF "WORK.
F. W. BATCHELDER.
A charming tale was that of old,
For lazy foiks by poets told.
That 'tis Love that makes the world go
Round and round,
With never a sound,
Over and over,
From Sydney to Dover,
-.4 Here we go, there we go, till the brain
now -on our heads, and now on our
But we know it is not Love at all
That keeps agoing this cosmic ball;
For oh !
'Tis Work that makes the world go
And Love only oils the wheels !
Then prate no more of a '-primal
With Eden kept, things might have
been worse ;
.'or 'tis Work that makes the world go
So day by day
We'll work away, -
Reaping and mowing,
!Spinning and weaving and getting of
Forging and building and laying of
Slav.es and prisoners labor ; free men
A word so fraught with crime and
Yet oh !
'Tis hard to m.ake the world go round,
If-Love do not oil the wheels !
What know they of rest who never
But the duties of manhood and wo
Tis Work that makes the world go
When work is done
'Tis time for fun,
Father and mother,
Sister and brotfier,
Baby and all, with the merriest peals
Greeting the joys home life reveals.
Day's work brings peace and rest at
For Work means Duty, and Duty is
'Tis easv to make the world go round,
If Love will but oil the wheels
The Eclipse in .Russia.
From an E.change.
When Professor Mendelaieff was
descending in his military balloon
near Moscow, after observing the re
cent eclipse, several peasants ran
out of the village of Oderkoff with
guns to shoot "the evil beast that had
-darkened the face of the sun." There
-was a general f6ar among the Rus
sian peasantry that the world is com
ing to an end. This idea was
strengthened by the curious coinci
dence that on Sunday preceding the
eclipse fhe gospel appointed to be
read in the churches happened to be
the 24th chapter of Matthew, ini which
occurred the prediction that the sun
aball be darkened and the stars shall
fall. from the heavens. Ten days
after the eclipses in the province of
Perm there was a remarkable fall of
aerolites. One piece of the meteoric
stone weighed about a quarter of a
ton, and caused an earth shock in its
fall like an earthquake.
The U7ncertainty of Lire.
A story is told concerning the late
Congressman Kane illustrating the
uncertainties of life. When Mr.
Kane lay at the point of death at his
home in West Troy, Mr. Isaac Keith,
a furniture dealer of Troy, called
upon him. Mr. Keith was a large,
-A well built, rugged-faced mali, and as
~'he stood at the bedside of Mr. Kane
the latter remarked : "Ike, I would
give all my wealth if I could be as
healthy and rugged as you are."
Mr. Keith returned to his home, and
soon after was stricken down with a
malignant type of typhoid fever. On
the day that Congressman Kane was
buried Mr. Keith died.
A Woman's Economy.
From St. Albans Messenger.
Economy is wealth, but sometimes
Sthe two do not closely connect. A
woman at the station recently gave
two small boys ten cents each to go
up.on the hill after a small trunk.
The boys for got to come hack. She
then g-ave another boy five cents to
go and find the other two, but the
y third chap's memory also failed him,
and neither the trunk nor the boys
returned to report. Subsequently
she hired the backman to go after tue
trunk, and be fulfilled the contract.
Some people manage to save money
by throwing it away, but this woman
Hlow Wes.ter-n Boomsi are Worked.
Sorrocco ( . 3!.) Chieftain.
The people of Tuscon, by a public
subscription, buy 8,000 copies of
their local paper every month for the
purpose of sending it abroad, and in
addition pay $200J a month for the
expense attending "-write ups" of
their city; Lamar. Colo., $2,000 for
a pamphlet, and $1,500 for a write
up in the local press. The Monitor,
of ort Scott, K an., ispaid $7,000 for
talking up the advantages of that city.
Hlutchinson, Kan., clai-ms to pay the
News $10,000 for running a morning
paper, and Newton does better by
subscribing $13,000 to have the Re
publican boom the place. .
When the Pamphlets Howled.
A certain old lady down in Maine
S has the genuine genius of Mrs. Par.
tington, and may have been the orig
inal of that famous character for all
the Boston Transcript. Listener
knows. Not long ago she was telling
of the wild times in the woods downs
-' there before the cou ntry was settled.
"Why," said she. "thie folks used
to be waked uip in the night by they
bowling of the .pamphlets in the
It is to be inferred that she meant
"panther, thoughi no doubt there
have been such things as howling
Bu;ckien's Arnica Salve.
The Re-st S .lve in thie world for Cuts, Sores
Bruises. t!-e-rs, alt Rhe-um. Fever Sores, Tet-I
S ter, Chaz'p.- lhu,ds. Chiillb!ains, Corns, a.nd
all Skn miEro2 pi"ls. anti, positively cures pile
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Srfect sa'tistaction, or money refunded.
-'5 cent.s per box. For sale by Cofield
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A Ereeczy Outlook.
f io,a 7ii! Lis.
New York editor (to reporter from
the far west)-You're late this morn
ing, Mr. Mulqueen.
Reporter-Don't say a word, pard, I
I'm getting up some of the biggest
sensations of the day for our exclu
sive use. I commence divorce pro- r
ceedings against my wife tomorrow. 4l
I'm going to put arsenic in my moth
er-in-law's coffee the next morning. I
and I've buried a box of counterfeit t
money in the yard of my next-door
neighbor, and shall accuse him on h
Thursday of being the leader of a o
gang. That'li tide us through the ti
week. Kind of a breezy outlook, ea?
A Bad StateofAfrairs. r
DUBLIN, Oct. 19.-At the Town !
Fair to-day thousands of,cattle and 1 o
sheep were offered for sale at ruinous
figures, but despite the exceedingly
low prices there were no purchasers.
Large grazers declare that they can
not continue business any longer l
and must take aivantage of the t
bankrupt law. t
Photography Settles It.
The old question as to whether the 1
upper part of a carriage wheel in mo.
tion goes along faster than the lower C
part seems to have been settled by c
instantaneous photography. In the c
photograph the outer ends of the up- t,
per spokes appear indistinct by rea
son of the motiou, while the outer
ends of the spokes in the lower part
of the wheel are photographed with r
From the Plda'le?,ia (all.
'Did you ever," said one preacher I
to another,. "stand at the door after
your sermon and listen to what peo
ple said about it as they passed out?''
The other replied :
"I did'once"-a pause and a sigh S
-"but I'll never do so again."
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Scott's Emulsion of Pare Cod Liver Oil with I
For Lun, Troubles and Wasting Diseases.
DR. J. SIoNACD, New Orleans. La.,
says: "Scott's En:glsion is the linest C
preparation of the kind. In atlections a
of the lungs and other wasting diseases,
we may consider it our most reliable
agent. In a perfectly elegant and agree- c
able form." 9-S-4t. e
W. D. Hoyt & Co . Wholesale and Retail o
Druggists of Rome. Ga.. say : We have been
selling Dr. King's New Dliscovery. Electrie Bit
ters and Buckien's Arnica salve for two years,
Have never htn.sled remedies that sels as
well, or give such universal satisfaction- c
There have been some wonderful cures afrect
ted by these medicines in this city. Several c
eases of pronounced Consumption have been
entirely cured by use of a tew bott'es of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken in connection
with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them s
always. Sold by Cofield & L vons. -
Mr. N. H. Froblichstein, of Mobile. AhL .'
writes; I take g:eat pleasure in recommendi-1
ig Dr. King's New IDiscovery for Consump
tion. having used it for se-veral attacks of t
Bronchi: is andl Catarrh. It gave tue instant
relief and entircly cured mec and I have not C
been afflicted since. I aiso beg to state that
I had tried other reme<dies with no good r-e
sut. Have also used Electric ]itters and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, both of which I can
Dr. King's xew Discovery for Consumption,
Coghs and Colds, is sold on a positive guar. I
Trial bottle free at Cofield & Lyons' Drug f
Miss McIntosh's School e
OiIs8 all d 8 os I
ill- open on Sept. 27th, 1887.
Main Street, one door west of A. R.1
Presbyterian Church. Entrance on
Thorough instruction in English, y
Mathematics, Lattin, French. German
A music teacher will be secured when a
Terms moderate-no extra charge for
Special attention given to small cbil- s
dren, and only B~oys of ten years or a
For further information apply to
*MIss IA TTIE M1CINTOsII, Prin. I
- Miss FANNIE BAXTER, Asst. O
Newberry, S. C. 8-25-2mn I
Helena High School,
Male and Female.
ARTHUR KIBLER, A. B., Principal
Miss BEULAH E. GRENEKER, Ass'nt. s
Second Sssion Opens
1 st Monday in september
and Will con tinne nine calendar months.
Tuition $1 to $2 per month according
to grade. -
Board can be had in private families t
at from $7 to $10 per month.
For further particulars apply to the
Principal, or to 1
JANES F. GLENN, I
Secretary Boaird of T'rustees.
Next Session. Monday October 3d-1
and will continue till 3d Monday o
Preparatory Department-Tuition per :
month-Junior Class $1.50; Middle Class .a
$3.0; Senior Clas~s 84.50).c
Collegiate D)epartment-Tiiition e
Sons of Clergymen at lv-df rates.
Board $10.00 per memr b. F"rom Mon daiy
to Friday~ #0.fl.
Expen-e of sted.--nt room ing in C'ol
lege, for board,. roomn, fuel and wash
ig, $11.530 to 81:2.00 per miontlh.1
Inquire of the P'r.-ident.
8-4-4t. lR Ev. G. W. IIOL LANDI.
For sale0, on reamoniable- termxs, L140
acres of land, timbiered with long leaf1
pine, suitable for tirpentine buIIineCSS,1
rossties, saw-mnilling, &c. Situated in
Lexington Fork. eight miles from (o
lumbia, and within one and a half
miles of the Cobunmbia, Newhberry and
Laurens Rairoal now buildingr.
For terms and any other infoIrmation,
address J. R. PR ICE,
10-6-6t. Columbia, S. C.
I will make a 21inal sett1lment in the
Probate Court for Newherry County on,
the estate of IIenderson Williams, de-I
eeasedl, on 21st November 1Ss7, ::nud im
mediately thereafter apply for a final
discharge. All per:sons houlding demiandsl
aigainst sai' e,t:te, muttst present them
to m alternler. 0. L. Schupr.Eq,
on or before hxm.deratEse.,
GEORG(E T1. COLEMAN,
October is, 1887.-5tr. t1
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A FLORIDA "MULE KILLER." youD
To any one inte'reste,l in ento- evidb
lology the following account of en3o:
ie "mule killer," as told by Dan- and
4 C. Beard, in the Scientific his I
,merican. will prove instructive: and I
None of the spiders possesses "I
)al antennae. In the scorpions red
le antennae appear in the form of let I\
incers ; in the spider they are Thei
ansformed into horrid, poisonous, choil
iw-like organs, instead of the vice
armless feelers seen on the heads has
f lobster, beetles, moths, and but- A
The antennae of the whip scor- who
ion, like the spiders. are changed girl
> venomous fangs or chelicerae, "no"
-hich, in this ca_, take the form
f large prehensible claws, and re
iind one of a crab or scorpion.
The most remarkable part of the
natony. of the whip scorpion.
owever, is the structure of the an
rior pair of legs, which are much
linner than the other three pairs. C
'he fore feet are formed of a great er a
umber of joints, so that the front kin<
lmbs are converted into flexible han
rgans of touch. Here we see a has
reature whose antennae are as r
hanged into poisonous jaw-like mal
laws, and the fore legs transformed ing
> antennae or feelers. Pen
The name whip scorpion comes not
rom the peculiar caudal appendage twre
esembling a whip lash, which can
e moved about at the will of the
wner. The abdomen is distinctly tee
ing(ed, after the manner of a scor- F
-~ ,( Iin
The animal is nocturnal in its N .4
abits, hiding under chips. etc., but Bar
3 very active and pugnacious. Cc
Then kept in captivity, it will co
reedily devour horse flies and You
mall bugs. bot
Amid the tangled underwood in, the
he dark damp. recesses of the relic
lorida forests, along with many I W
ther curious, horrid, or beautiful f thre
reatures beneath the mouhly leaf hea
*r bit of bark, the mule killer lurks in i
.uring the day, awaiting with the pou
,wis the grateful twilight, when it the
an wander forth iii search of crick- ed,
ts, flies, bugs, and other defense- min
ass insects, which it seizes and
-reedily devours. It sometimes
appens that a pl-.nter riding ext
lbrough the wood disturbs the and
mule killer," and sadly rues the I tU
av he did so. lad'
According to the following fror
tories, this little animal is well be,
quipped for the battle of life: I
Some road makers had occasion Kai
o go into camp at night, and hard- whi
y had they comfortably rolled seq
hemselves in their blankets before syst
ne of them gave a scream of pain. can
Is companions quickly came to his dise
ssistance. A light was speedily
irocred,' when a large whip scor
ion was discovered in the poor ~
ellow's blanket. Although this bl
ucident happened some years ago,
he sufferer has never fully recov- int
red from the effects of the poison, "
nd it is said that he is still a C"T
.elpless invalid. The illustration ini'
ecompanying this article was made ued
rom this identical whip scorpion, yoU
.w quite harmless, owing to its whi
)ng sojourn in a bottle of spirits. ter
Another party of road builders inz
ere at work during a spell of cold dru;
eather on the Anclote. One of sia
lie party, returning to camp after a J
hard ride, picked up a blanket stor
nd buckled it around his sweating so t
old, but the poor mule caught bec
omething worse in the blanket,
ule,. to prevent the animal taking
nd commeneg to kick, rear, and
lunge, finally rolling upon the
round in agony. As quickly as and
ossible the blanket was removed, O.
isclosing a brown object, about 11!
?inches long, hanging by a pair hr~
f prhnsl claws to the mule's and
ack-it was a mule killer, and the I re
mule was dead within an hour. bro
Near the same place, under very m-y
imilar circumstances, a horse was c
A gentleman well known along se
lie Florida coast as a-cattle buyer, eg i
rhile riding a young mare through Pric
lie "flat woods," had occasion tQ OI
ross a swampy bit of g-round,rc
nown in local parlance as a "pal- ..
aetto bog head." He had not
roceeded far before his mare be-Ra
an to kick frantically. FearingRo
hat she had- been bitten by a
nake. the rider hastily dismounted
nd discovered a "mule killer"
ticking fast to his mare's hind leg,
ust above the hoof. In this case
.lso the poisonm is saidl to have
r-oved fatal within an huor or two.
Ther-e are many- stoi-ies afloat re
ating the fatal eIrects from this ill
>mened, but interesting, animal's
ite, some of which add man to the
ist of its victims.
OW A COUNTRY CLER(Y MAN REGU- --
LATED IS CHOIR.
People who have suffered from
rhat some musicians call "jim
rack" sing-ing in c-hurch-an at..
:empt to put on air-s andl- "astonish
:he natives"-can appreciate the
ay in which the clergyvman in the sen
ollowing story brought disaster .._
pon one such at-tenmpt. It was in
icountry church near a summer r-e
One was painfully con]scious of n'ow
he florid and pretentious character 2,e
>f the music attemp)ted by the to
mbitious little choir-. and of their 25t
bsolute hopeless inability to per
rm. The relation between the O.a.
astor and the congregatiom was G<
~vidently of the simplest and most et
maffected nature. In the "G-horia" L$ti
here occurred a long and showy Cott
rano solo, ineap imitation of Dt
he cheap Italian style/ The neal
!inI I .rLM1..1L.v r1.1.w 1
g woman who attempted it
gaily on till the clergyman
mt' thought that she had
red her fair share of attention
glory. Accordingly he raised
and as a -signal to the organist
:he music ceased.
. et that young girl with the
feather have done singin', and
[ary Ann Quilty sing the rest."
e was a little hesitation in the
., and he resumed: "The ser
will not go on till Mary Ann
,cordingly, Mary Ann took her
igs, and, according to the one
narrates the story, "the young
with the red feather" was left
1JTE A: J AS U ..3i a
1141 C".1 1F T'"- :.- ., 'lt i , im -.rn in
Vtirg.a. .. . 2: .. m an : w,n
u . .'t. r. :ir
. SLu, N. C.. Feb. xI, 18S7.
,en//emnen:.-You,irs iniluiring wneth
r not I had been benefited by Kai
, and if so to what extent. &c., to
d. In reply will say that my hea!:h
not been as good in twenty years
ow. 1 sutiered with chills from
arial lo:i:s,n co=:r_:ttd while serv
in the Confi_:rate army on the
ini2e Campal:igns in Vir.inia. Did
miis., h :g a cai at least once in
nty-ne c .. a:d oi:re fretl: "utly
e In . .. u .. lir iiure ti.all lif
a theo cr.' on: r ted NCws York
Now ...r. -, on l siness.
'lc thL.c i - . th \ r. E. D.
ker. o. - u>shing
npa:. J . . . r of my
ditim . -v1 : :.-limn to
r.r e inc a
le. i.f:er reIt ii:n !l:F I :.ok
pellets;- . : c inmuch
fatt r:-d:tl;..:.. (a a -c . g
rote Mr. .rker. 'h sent twa or
e botcl_s <i.; U.::. :- 1 ; ea'. .\iy
Lth gre.tly ni -.:d. 1 b:.crea.ed
veight fo:: iOnds to 200
nds, my, 1:r .c.. i. t. I believe
Kaskin- a.e!I:. e i ine h.! fa;l
as had ah-r r--m- !ies usually ad
istered iii ,uc h cases.
"ow, unless in case of exposure to
-a bad weather. i clo not have chilis,
my general health is guite good.
rned over hail a bottle to a
friend a fe. weeks since. 1 earn
a her iothr that she was nmuJh
efited by it while it lasted.
trust you m iv al,le to introduce
kine generd-y in this country, in
ch many .':::I finm dis-a s.,con
lent upo)L :n.al.aialI poison nii the
em. Fru;:nam ow n ex: erience I
emlihia. its excellence for suchi
ases. If 1 .0 u y e y ou call onI me.
I am very uuy yours,
j aIN (C. -N A RBOROUG..
even vears :ro I had an attack of
ys renc iot .ever, which .ran into
rmitten; I natuial. I tried all the
wn reii.:e, such as arsenic, mer
and g:nine. The jatter was ad
istered to me in heavyv and ce . tin..
doses. AIlalaria broug~ht on ner
sI prostrationi aind dya>ep jsia, from
"h I :tiered1 everything. Last win
I heard of Ka-.kine and began us
e.A few bl>oc s of ihe wonderful
curedl me. N.daria and' dysep
isapp!eaLrcd. and as youa have seen
mec dy vbr;hterfr the s!rn'er
mn that ha i >ssed across tii,: sky,
ie clohiIud ien my te an~d any health
lie steady andi -.roing.
M\l.s. J. J.A wsON,
I1r-BrgenI St., inoudAyn, N. Y.
r. Gideon Thompson the oldest
one of the most iespected citizens
rdg(ep)ort, Conn.. says: " I am
a years of aig, andi for the last
e years have su1;-redl from malaria
the effects of <Iinine poisoning.
cently b>egan with Kaskine which
:e up the malaria and increased
weight 22 pounds.
ther letters of a similar character
Ip) Kaskine as a remedy ofundoubt
erit. wuil be seat o'u :apphiationl.
e $i.oo. or six bottl:s, $5.00.
by IDrozgists, or sent by mail on
iptl of 'rice.
he Kaskine Company, 54 Warren
New York, and 33 Farringdon
AKE d flft
ud be used a fer roonths before confinement.
for boolc " To MoTHERs," maIled free.
BRADr'2LD RZGVI.ToE co., Atlanta, Ga.
-e have our New Gin running. We
have two gins running, which we
satislied are equal to any gns yet
nted, and we have a splendid Engine
rive them. We can nowgin from
>30 bales of cotton per (lay.
DOMINICK & LOVE LACE.
t our prices and examine specimens
ob Work done at our office before
ing sour orders for Note Heads,
er Heads, J ill Heads Statements,
on Tickets, Envelopes, Circulars,
gers, Briefs, Catalogues, and all
ts of first-class work turned out
ly and expeditionsly.
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This powder never vtries. A marvel of
purity. strength antl who.Sonenes. .\ore
econOtmiC;al than tht or!in:ary inls,: and c:n
not be sold in c->nn it i nwti i ith he irmltitu"it
of low test, short w"i::ht :lInin or pohl)sphat':
powder. Sold only in cans. 1l)YAL GAKIsG
POWDER Co.. 10i Wall st.. N. . l-1"-iy.
cl ::n." r ui beatutitles the t:ir.I
I'ront:.4esi' at h:ri:.nt ;: rW-. t'a.
- Ne::r F.ls to <cstore Gry
H:'r to il Youa'ibui Color.
" cure. se:dpd::- . :m.n lhairralling
Thafest surcest and }n"st cu:or(Corre.rna c.
atu;: iipain. Elt"t""..- "t t,:Lf' Lu 'i li"vL \t . il
to cure. is Cents at Dru;;;lA. IItIxvl .' Cu., N. Y.
Haveyou Cough. Bronchitis, Asthma, Indigestion t rso
PARKER'S CINCER TONIC without delay. It
has cured many of the worst cases and is the best remedy
for all affections of the throat and lungc, and dis"et
ari:'ing from impure blood and exhaustion. 'I he ft","Ll
and sick. stru;iit against disease, and slowly dri:ti
to the 1,rave, will in many cases rt .-rer their health by
the timely use of 1arker's Gin;erTorIc, but delay is dan
gerous. Take It in time, It i, invaluah'e for aull pains
and disorders of stomach and :oweis. bOc. at 1ruggiata.
nA FI -S -Its et:msand a t1 n?W 1:11d sut.
SiA e-anI CURE it your own
hone, by nn- wo wa:vaf" twenty-eight
years. 't":tted by tioSt of the not.i :pl
cialists without inef"11 it. Cu retl hitn elt it
three monti:s. :n:, sinee 1heI hutdrels of
others. Fu!! ;.i ulars sent on app!leation.
T. S. PAGE. No. Il W(sL ;I-t -t . New ]oric
SURE CURE DISCOVERED FO
.auderbach's German Catarrh Remedy.
Pr:ce *1. Saatple6 free at 1)rzgists. Mated for l'uc. in ttazu,ps.
THOUSAIDS Cai4D since the t:covery of this me:Iud of
treatmen,t. Every mail brir.gs letters Dori, Cratefuzl peruna
CULEL. B. b. I ML Ild.ti a tu., Scwari:, L J., C..A.
P : i Y F. A. LEHMANN
, I Washing toni, D. C.
__ Send for circulr.
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EXTRACT of MEAT
and insist upon no other be:i: sui1>ti
tut ed fo,r it.
N. B.-Genusine only with n:-a-n:nile of
Baron Liebi-'s si;;nature ini blue
Sol by Storekeepers. Grocers andi Du ug;;ists
Pomona Hill Nurseries.
POMONA N. C..
Two and a half mles wi~'est of Greens
horo, N. C. TIhe mint line of the R. &
D. R.R1. passes through the grounds and
within 100) feet of the office. Salem
trains make regular stops twice datily
each way. Those interested in Fruit
and Fruit growing are cordially invited
to inspect this the largest nursery in the
State and one among the largest.in the
The propietor Ihs for many years
visited the leading Nurseriu-s No-rth and
West, and corresponded with thiose of
foreign countri'os, gathering every fruit
that was Q4callted to suir the South,
both native and foreigni. The reputa
tionl of Pomona lill Nurseries is such
that many agents ging llout iromn Greens
boro, repre'sentintg other nulrseries, try
to leave thte imrerssion 1tiatt tihey are
representing; these flurseries. Why to
they do it ? Let the puiblie answer.
I have in stock growing (and canl show
visitors the same) 1the largest anld best
stock of trees, &c., ever shlowl:or seen
in anytwo nur-eries ill North Carolina,
consisting of apple, peach, pear, cherry,
plm, grape, Japanese persuimmon, Ja
paneset plum, apricots, nectalrienec, Ru;
sianl apricot, muIlberry, quineces. Small
fruits :Strawberry, raspberry, currants,
pecans, Engli4h walntt, rhubarb, as
paragus, ev.ergrenS, sh1ade trees, roses,
Give your order to my authorized
agent or order direct from the nursery.
C,ori'esponden ce solicited. Descriptive
catatlogules free to alpplicanlts.
J. VAN. L INDLEY,
Guilford County, N. C.
E. E. Hacker, Proprietor. Establistc418?4
THE LARIGEST' AND) MOST CO.MPLETE Es
GED. S. HACKER & SUN.
DOORlS, SASE, BLDTDS,
MOULDINC and BUILDINC MATERIAL.
Office and Wareitrooms, Klin. Oppo-ite
CannIlon S reet, Clharletn1. S. C.
JUST RECEIVED) a fre-h lot of
FRENCII CANDY. STICK AND
FRENCh II XTURE.
Green. Mixed aind Black T.'at. GOOI
Tennessee and KenItucky Flour-yerj
low price for fine Flour.
~sugr, Cofi'ee, NMolasses, Best \inleg:
at Ha rd Time Priees.
A-tratl Oil ait 20 cen t- pe r gallon.
I hlave a lot of Goods I .am
Anxious to Sell
before the Fall trade commnce. ant
will therefore give some
Bargains to Cash Buyers
B. H, LOVELACE.
Doors, Sash, Blinds
Brnckcts,m~lsta st~s 3ca s, El
Lumber. Laths, Sllhngle, Lime,Q Ce
mfent, andi Bild'ers' Materials of a]
kinds on hand..
Newberry, S. C, ~..
N\f FIRM! NEW GOODS!!
OUR LAST ADVERTISE3ENT
we told viu our goods were on the
war- her are here now, and we think
inlly tup to our pioiise-"the hand
omest line of
ever ofred for sale ir. Newberry."
Comnue in Ladies and see the Procla
mation Verified. Just think
for a nioment that we offer you a
FIRST CLASS CASHMERE-'36 inches
wide, any eofors, for only -35c.
GOOD ALL-WOOL GooDs-'22 inches
wide for 1Ic.
FriEticit Co1IITroN GOODS-all
'rai.ies and color, fron SOc to $1.25 per
D1ls Gooi-s-any color and grade.
ir >n i5e to $1.25 per yard.
GENTIE31.txS PIECE GooDS-both in
Ca-sineri and Jeans, from 30 to 75 cents
Sone of you have seen these goo-ls and
know wherLof we write-to tho=e wiho
have not seen, we still invite you, come
see :ol know.
.Ah! thoete lov,.Iv
PAiiAN H is ND BONNETS
would you have your heart rejoice, face
b('ap with ,m1riles and your eyes sparkle
with dllight. huy one or have one made
b. the design. We can suit you in
1'ce, St yle and Color in Straw, Wool
or Felts. Ladiie,. Missez' and Chil
dren's sizes in
HIATS AND I3ONNETS.
We ofyer you nothing but New Goods
and 'New Designs, as cheap as any one
can sell and live at. We are working
for a living, and ask a liberal share of
your patronage. Remember. Ladies
von can enter our Store or Main Street
in front, or on Boyce Street in rear,
opposite the Ice louse.
To the Ladi,"; from the Country: We
inv;te von to calI and make this head
q;art rs; nice private tom with glass,
brus-h. etc., for your accommodation.
D)re smi1a king and Fit
tiigl Reasonable and Promptly Con
T~1 I(( I hS ' s. iIi TI
N1ext door to W. E. PELItANCS. Main
Street. NEWBERRY, S. C.
NAIT _1fi aESIJLTSo
In making my selections for the r:r!l and
Winter trade. 31y :-toek is now re-cdy for
your inspection. you will finid that I have
one of the largest and b.st assortcd stocks of
Men's. Youth's and ISoy's cl.tiinm that has
ever been shown in (oltunbiba. Many have
visited the Emporium this Season and have
given this Stock t;ei" criticai exatnination
I tnt the ver.,iet is that for variety. style and
the sel-etion of these garnients have never
been equied. Mv line of SACK SUITS and
CUTAWAY suirs in Cheviot, Cassimeres,
Silk Mixtures and Worsteds in Diagonal.
Whip-Cord anl Cork-screws are marvels or
beauty. They are all in the Correct-Styles
for 1all an.1 winter wear, and made and
trimmriled equal to any custom-made garment
and will fit and mold their shape. I guaran
te every garment as represented to the
purcl:aser. and also will gualantee a perfect
1Ri in e% cry respect.
The ler,ling novelty this Season is the
Stripes in Cheviots and Cassineres. I have a
beautiul line of Double-Br,asted Coats and
Ctsts. ndso suits tor Dress in fine imported
Wip-Corts and Cork-Screws handsomely
made anel trimmed, Fir-t class work in every
A Full Line of Clerical Coats and Vests in
all grades. I ant also prepared to oifer you
a conpiete line of
FULL DRESS SUITS,
(Dyke Coats and V~ests)
in Black-Cloth and fine Whip-Cord which is
the lattest in Dyke Coats.
A Full Line of
OVJE R-C O AT S:
in all thc Fashionable Styles, Colors and
M1akes. As the varieiy is so large and so
many cinahti~e9 and prices, I will not be able
to go into0 detail here, they must be seen to
M1y stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods
is complete in Underwear in all grades and
quatities. Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Collars.
Cairs, and a large assortment od eck-wear in
Latest Styles and Colors.
I now have the largest
I have ever carried. The Dur.lap Silk and
Mti:t Hats in t he Latest Fall Styles; also the
Boston Flexible Stilt' Hats. These two makes
can only be found here, as I am Sole Agent
for them. Besides these you will ind a Large
Assortmenit of other M1anufactures in Silk
Hats. Soft Hats and Stiff Hats in all Grades
ami Pi ices, and Correct Styles.
My line of..
Gent's Fine Shoes
of many different manufactures is complete
in Sizes and Styles. Among them you wil
in Button, Lace and Congress, also my Lead
ing Novelity it a Cheap Shoe mtade by
DOUGLASS & CO.
n 31en's $3.00 and Boy's $2.00 Shoe; evetry
A line of Gent's Slippers and Dancing
Pumps in Great V'ariety.
For solid coumfort the
is the favorite.
Call aiid examine this Immense Stock
before tmaking purchases.
eAll or-de'rs sen.t to my cat'e will be
M. L. KINARD,
Columbia, S. C.
Ptrur:uant to the resoltution of the
Stockholers of the Newberry Aegricul
rural and Mfhanlical Association and
the Directors thereof, tile utnde'rsigned
will s.'ll at public out<:ry' on Saleday in]
INovember next, all that lot of land itt
the T'own of Newberry knowtn as the
Fair' Grotund Lot, bounded by Pratt and
.h>hnititone streets antd lands of R. L.
Mc( autghrin; together with the build
ng; awli fencing thereon, in which there
are :abo't one hundred thousand feet of
TER3MS: One-half eash. Balance on a
credit of twelve motnths, with interest
froim day of sale, to be secured by bond
of 'the putrchas'r and a mortgage of the
premiises sold-purchatser to pay for all
papers, with leatve to pay' all cash..
OmFCE OF COUNTY CO3DISSIONERS.
Oct. 4, 1887.
Notice is hereby given that the regu
lar 'antnual meeting of the Board ol
County Commissioners will be held or
the 8th day of November, next; and
that amlj persons holding bills, accountu
or demantds of any kind against the
County. which have not been p'esented
to the Beard, are required to deposit tht
samie wvith me on or befor-e the 1st day
of Noivenmbei', so that they- may be ex
amtin)eid and-order'ed to be paid at thi
1O-~4r. GEO. B. CROM1ER,
-Winthrop Training School
Columbia, S. C.
The exercises of tihe next scholastil
year will begin 31onday, September 20
1887. D)iploemas entitle gradnates t
teach in the pu:blic schools. Applicant
must lbe not less than 17 years of age
One stude'nt from each tontuty in th,
State. selected by the County Botard o
~Examiners, and meeting the require
menats of admnission, will be received fre,
-of all tIlition charge's. Many graduate
Iof last year have already secured posi
trions to teach. Address
D. B. JOHNSON, Sap't.
8-18-2mo.. Columbia, S, C.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE. "
Richmond and Danville Railrod.
COLUMBIA AND GREEBVILLEDIv-610N
Condensed Schedule in Eff"ct Sept.25,1887.
(Trah e run on 75th Meridian time.)
NORTHBOUND . 3. 21. 3. f1.
Lv Columbia ............. 10 10 11 00;10 10
Ar Alston ........ ...... 6 45. 12 2.511 9.1 00
Lv -Alston ...........----------.--------.12 40 11 59 1 0
Ar . ........ ......... 4 00 2 12
S p a r t a u b u r g bUn i n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . - 7
Tryon.anbu......... ......... .......6.. ..--. 5
Saluda .. ................................. . --.. 537
Flat Rock...... - ........ ....... . --.. ........ 5 53
Henderonviile... ....-.-. .....--7...... ---- ' 00
Asheville ... ....... .. ...- -. - 9 00
H ot Springs........ ........ ....... . ... M .....
Pom aria............. 7 02 ............. 12 IS ........
Prosperity.......... 7 23 ... 44.
Newberry ...... -... 7 42 .-------;-------- 1 l --
' Goldville..--....... :52 .................. .
Clinton ... ......... .- - -- - - --- -
Laurens...........- 9 4$ ---. - - -; -. .
Ninety-Six .. ..... . ...-- 1 ...
(}reenw o d.......-- ......... -- -: - - 2 . .-+ --
Abbeville..... ..... ..- 4 .5----..
" B lto ...... -- -- -..---A -1"..-------- 17 .
Lv Behon .................. ........ 10 3 ....... 4 17 ........
Ar W illiamston ...............'1015 -..-- 4 41 -.
Pelzer ...............-- ... ..-;1 7 ------ 4 -.
Piedm ont ............ 2........ I 25 ........ 5 01;......"
'Greenville .............----...12 00 ..------ 5 40 --------
A nderson .................- ----- ........ 4 5 . a......
Seneca.............- -... -- -- --.. 6 02;........
W alhalla......... ........ ...... ..... 6 35 ......
Atlanta ....... ... .... 10 40 ......
No. No. No !tNo
SOUTIIBOUNP. 5 0- 4
Lv Walhalla... .. - ..- --
" eneca................ 8 3w ...... .. - -
Anderson ....... 9 52 -. .. ------
Abbeville. . . :5 . ... . . -i
Greenville....... 9 40 ..... .... -.... 2 :;0
"i Piedmi ont. ..... 1~ 33 ....... .... .... - - 3 1
Pelzer....... ...... '10 51 .... ........... - 3 32
Wiiamston.. :.0 58............. 3 41
. Belton........... 11 261 ..... i.. .... 4 05
Greenwo"d......... 12 51 ..... .... ....
Ninety-Six........ 1 38 ........4..... -4-.
Laurens.. ......... .. .. .. . ..
Golille............... ----... - -... ...
Ne wberry..........:05 . . 40 -.
" Prosperity........... 3 2:3............. 9 ( -.
Pomaria.. .. 3 45 ........ ...... ."2 .
Ar Alaton ............. 4 0 ...... . 9 44 . .
Lv A .ston............ 1 07 P N ........------ .- .
Lv Hot Springi........ ..... 7 2 ........ ---- -
:1 l.evill"-. - 9 4 ;... ------- .
llernder'Inville..... ..... 11
Flat Rock........ - ....------- .-.
" aludc............ 11 53 .............
Tryon1 4A M
" Tryon. ... ... .. ... -----12 334A J .- -- - .
"lpa n r........ -....... 2 12 .3 - --- ----"--..
" Union......... ----- 3 7 l , .-""
Ar Alston".... ... . ...... 5 ;;7 10 2 I........ --..
Columbia......... 5 07 C :y 12 20 10 52 .....
Augus:t... .. 10 .0.------ .-.----'
Clarleaton- 915 ........ ------ --.
(viaS C R R)' 45 10 :35 ----- --------
(via A C LI 94.-'1120 -------.. --------. -
Savannah- P ..-- .
(via C & s)............ I 652 1. -
*Daily. tDaily Except Sunday.
THROCGH CAR SERVICE.
On Trains Nos. 5I and 50. Pullman Sleepers
betw.een Char;eaton and Hot Springs, N.C. via
A. C. L. Columbia and Spartan burg. Through
Passenger Coach between Charleston and
Morristown. via. S. C. Railway, Columbia
Tickets on sale at principal stations to all
,as. L. Taylor, Gen. Pass. Agent
D. Cardwell, Ass't Gen. Pass Agt. Columbi-a
Sol. Haas, Traffic Manager.
I still continue to treat the di=eases of
women, both married and single.
There is a physical cause of sterility
in yoting married females which can be
removed very easily.
P. B. RUFF, M. D.
9IIMO NDBS, IVAT lES,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
Pocket, and Table Cutlery,
Watch Reparing a Specialty.
Newberry, S. C. 11
ITT EN Ti 9N!
Send me $1.50 and I will send you THE COL
UMIBJA WEEKLY I(EGIsTER for One Year, and
the A MEIwfA FA RMER Ior One Teqr.
Send me $6.00 and I will send you THE
COLUMBIA DAI.T REGISTER for One Year, and
the AMERICAN FARMEK ror One Year.
Send me $2.50 and I will send you THE
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADvOCATE for One Year
anid the AMERICAN FA.RMER for One year.
The e ek ly Re gis te r
Is an EIGHT-PAGE PAPER. Folded, Pasted
and Trimmed, containing Fifty-Six Columns
of Reading matter. It gives you .full Tele
graphic i.'eports as contained in he leading
New York Dailies, which get their dispatches
from the same source as THlr REGISTER,
namely .trom the
-New York Associated Press,
which has Correspondents in every part of
the world. The South Carolina news or THE
REGIsTER is unsurpassed. We have Corres
pondents in ah parts of the State, and our
Charleston Correspondence furnishes all ima
portant matters occurring there, sipplemen
ted by an interesting Vn eekly Letter. The
ot her departments of the paper are well sus
tainied, and our Telegraphic Market Reports
are full and accurate.
Of THE REGISTER the Anderson Journal
says: --THE REGIsTER is a paper that well
deserves a generous support Irom the people
of Sonth Carolina, both on account or its
record and its intrinsic worth."
The Chester Reporter says: THE REGIsTER
is unquestionably the best paper that has
been pubbished in Columbia since the war.
Southern Christian Adhocate
Is an 'EIGHT-PAGE (4F-CoLUMN) PAPER,
brimful of fresh and entertaining matteI
every week. lt numbers among its Corres
pondents who contribute weekly articles
many of the most eminent men of the Meth
odist Episcopal Cljurch. South, and of othe1
-denominations. The paper is gotten upit
the best manner as to its contents, and i i
the front rank of Religious .Journalism- It if
prinitedl from New Type, and the print is cleal
and beautiful. It is Folded, Pasted an'
Trimmed. Every family in the State ough
to take-.a religious newnpape-r. andl THlE AD
VOCATE will-certainly ple-ase those who sub
scribe for it. Price $2 a year, or ~2& 50wlil
THE AMERICAN FARE..
The Ame rie an Parme r
Is a SIXTEEN PA&GE AGRICULTURA)
MONTHLY of acknowledged m'rit, interes1
ing and informing to Farmers of all section
of our countr-. Of it Messrs. Butler & Burri
of the Penn 'ian (N. Y.) Vineyardist say: "
think THE A MEWaCAN FARMER one of the hei
Agricultural papers publithed fg[ the price
One Dollar per annum. Its illustrations<
H orses, Cattre, s-heep, Swine and other illu
trations are superb, and in -each of its severs
depairtments-The Farm-The Dalry-Th
Horse-man-The Shepherd--The Aviary, etc
will be found, in each numnber, instructiv
andI interesting articles, of gre-ater value t
every farmer who reads them than the annus
subscription price of the paper. IT 1S. I
SHORT, THE GREAT FA RM P'APER OF TH
Rlem'it by P. 0. Money Order. Check, Regi
tered Letter, or Express, to
CHAS. A. CALVO, JR.,
69 Richardson Street.,
___________ COL.UMBiA, S, C.
fFormerly in Lancaster, Pa., Org-tn F"ctor
Practical Organ Tuner,
-AND AGENT FOR
A thorough- kno1rledge of ,all A1neric
By the new schedule on the
Branch and the C. &.G. R., w
goes into effect on the 26th of
month, (September) you can leave -.
Ne%berry ...............----------- -
Arrive at Columbia, .... 10,52a
Arrive at Mimnaugh'S, 11:10
Leave Mimnaugh's, ....-------.. 5.18
Leave Columbia .................. 5 4Z p
Arrive Newberry, .........
Arrive Laurens, ..............- '9-48'
You can leave your bundles at
naugh's. Make his store headqu
while in the city. Buy yourDry
Clothing, Hats, Millinery and Shoe>$.
from him at a saving of from ten
twenty-live per cent., and have
of time to sell your cotton., and buy an*
ship your heavy groceries and hard.Y
ware. Come and see us.
A. C. JONES,
with J. L. MIMNAUGH & CO.,
121 & 123 .Main st., Columbia, S. C
Sept. 22, ISS7.
South Carolina Railway Compac.
COMMENCING StUNDAY, JUNE 12, 1887 at
6.10 A. M., Passenger Trains wili run. as
tollo*s, "Eastern time":
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
Depart Columbia at.... 6.50 a m 6.33 p u.
Due Charleston..-........10.35 p ru 9 45 p m
Depart Charleston........ 7.0 a m 6.00 p-m
Due Columbia.............10.45 a m 9.45p m
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
am am pm :.pm
Depart Columbia.....6 50 7 45 5 00 533
pm pm pm pm
Due Camden.........12 52 1255 745 742 42
WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
am am pm pm
Depart Camden....... 7 45 746 3 30 330
am am pm
Due Columbia.......10 25 10 45 7 30
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbia.......... 6.50 a m 5.33 p ,m
Due Augusta.............11.46.a m 10.25 p m
Depart Augusta............ 6.10 a m 4.40 p m
Due Columbia.............1u$5 a in 9.45 pm n
Made at Union Depot, Columbia, withColum
bia and treenville Railroad by train arriving =
at 10.45 A.M.. and departing at 5.33 P. M. Als'
with Charlotte, Columbia and Augusa E1
road by same train to and from-all points on
both roads to and from Spartanburg. andbe :
yond by train leaving Charleston at 6 up ..
and Colum bia at 6650 a. mn., with thirough ~
coach to Morristo-n, Tenn.
Passengers by these trains tpke Supper at
At Charleston with Steamers for New York
and on Tuesdays and Fiidays with steane
for Jacksonvillc and points on the St. John's
ltiver; also wi;.n Charleston and. Sav.wasb
Railroad to and from Savannah~ and alt
points in Florida. -
At Augusta with Georgia and Centa
Railroads to and from all points West and
South. At Blackville to and from points on
Barnwell Eailroad. Through tickets can be
purchased to au points South and West, b.
D. MCQUEEN, Agent, Columbia.
JOHN B. PECK, cfeneral Manage.
D. C. ALLF.N. Gen. Pass. and Ticket 1gt
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT -
Wilmington, N. C., Sept. 4, 1887
Fast Line between Charleston, ColIum
bia and Upper South Carolini and Wes"
ern North Carolina. -
No. 14. No. 58.:-s
Leave Charleston... 4Z/3 p m- 700sm
Lanes........ 6 47.p m ._3Ma m
Sumter ...... 8 21 p m: 9.41m
Arrive Columbia.... 9 45p mI1045a m
" Winnsboro.-. 3T9p'.
" Chester..42 m
" Yorkville ... .51
" Lancaster... 7
" Rock lUl... 51l24p615n
" Chgrlotti... 6-15
Newberry... - 11 pUb
" Greenwood.. - '2p
. " Laurens..43
" Greenville ..5)~'
" Walhalla.... 83pn
"Spartanburg 2 02'am 83p
"Hends'nville 5 53 a mn
" Asheville.... 7 00a m
Aseile..No. 23. No. 52.
" sevll ...9 49p m
Leave Hends'nville 11 07 p mn
" Spartanburg 230 am 4 30a m
" A bbeville... 10 55 am
" Walhalla ... . 7 55a m
" Greenville.. , 10 00a m
" Anderson... 952am
" Laurens ....0a
" Newberry 3..p
" Charlotte... -0pm
" Rock Hill ..2p
" Lancaster... 100 0am.
" Yorkville.. 12 53p m
" Chester .... 2 45p m
" Winnsboro . , 347p m
"Columbia... 6 50 a m. 5 33pm m~
Arrive Sumter..812 am 6 49p m
" Lanes... 94 am 8 05 pm 1
" Charleston .11 -' m'
On Sundays train will leave Char-=
ton, S. C., 8:30 a. m., arrive Columbla1.10
p. mn. Returning leaves Columbia 5:33
p. in., arrives- Charleston 9:45 p. mn.
Solid Trains between Charleston and
Columbia. S. C.
Special Parlor Cars attached to Nos.
5and 53 train between Charleston and
Columbia. No.extra charge for seats in
these cars to passengers holding First
Pullman Palace Bufi-et Sleeping Cars
on Nos. 14 and 23 between Savannah,
Charleston and Hot Springs, N.'C.,via :
J. F. DIinE,
General Superintendent. ,
T. M. EMESON,
WILMIN6T3N, COL.UMBIA & AUBUSTA RARRBAD
TRAIN~S OING SOUTH.
DATED July 12th, 1885. DN. DaB44
Lv. Wilmington.........8 20 P.M. 10 10'-3
Lv. L.waccamaw..........9 42 - 117
Lv. Marion...............11-3 " 12 40A,
Arrive Florence.........12 25 " 115 '
" Sumter..............434A x. 43M "
" Columbia..........6 40 " .640
TRAJNS GOING NORTH.
No. 45 No.47.
Lv. Marion.........-......6 14 ." 53
L. L. Wacaaw...4 " 7 44
Ar. Wilinrgton....8 - s33 " 97 b
Tr ain No. 43 stops at all Stations.
Whitevile, Lake Waccamw Far1u,
Nichols, Marion, Pee Dee, Florence.Timmoens
vile, Lynchburg, Mayesville, Sumiter, Wedge
feld, Camden Junction and Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points c.o
C. & G. E. E., C , C.& A. E..Stationtaken"
Junction, and al points .beyond, ahouldtak*
No. 4s Night Express.
1Separate Pullman Sleepers for Savana o
and for Augusta on train 48.
Passeng'ers on 40 can take-4s train from FI..
rence for Columbia, Augusta and Geosb.i
points via Columbia. - .
All trains run solid between Chsateston anat
JOHN F. DIVINE.
5 -General Superinteadant W'
'T. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
SA LEUIllRB TO IOUN I
On the Loss of'
EA Lecture on the Nlature,Tran.
Radical care of Seminal--Weakness, er
matorihma, induced by Self-Abuse, I
- tary Emissions, Impotency, Nervous.DbW
and Impediments to Marriegg~rly
consumption, Epilepsy and IetsIzI
Physical Incapacity, &c-By ROBE1E
CULVERWELL, M. D. as1~s
The celebrated author, in this a
say, clearly demonstrates trnm etft
successful practice, that.the alarmn.e
quences of self -abusc may be.ra
pointing Out a naode of cure atoe
certain, and effectual, by Jhieans otw
every sufferer, no matter what hi.s -
, may be. rday cure himself cheaply,
.miTins kct.nre should be in-& Sb
every youth and every nsan inteJ4
Sent un"er seal, in a plalw e
address, postpaid, on reeedpt.6
two postage stamps. .kddress :'.