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GENTLENESS WITH HORES.n
A horse cannot be screamed at 'oe
and cursed without becoming less fr,
valuable in every partienlar. To
reach the highest degree of value Ge
the animal should be gentle and al- thi
ways reliable, but if it expects do
every moment that it is in har- ga
ness to be 'jawed' at and struck, it ,
will be in a constant state of
nervousness, and in its excitement Ur
is liable, through fear, to do some- ei.
thing which is not expected, as to
go along doing what you started it
Is it possible to train a horse to
be governed by word of month, al- Y
most as completely as it is to train
a child, and in such training the '
horse reaches its highest value.
When a horse is soothed by the gen
tile words of his driver-and we OW
have seen him calmed down from PIC
great excitement by no other means tU]
-it may be fairly concluded that
he is a valuable animal for all prac- lei
tical purposes, and it may be cer. thi
tainly concluded that the man who ap
has such a power over him is a sp
humane man, and a sensible one.
But all this simply means that o,
the man must secure the animal's em
confidence. Only in exceptional sc
instances is he stubborn or vicious. no
If he understands his surroundings po
and what is required of him, he
gives no trouble. As almost every
reader must know, if the animal
when frightened can be brought up
to the object he will become calm.
,The reason is he understands that
there is nothing to fear. So he
must be taught to have confidence
in the man who handles him, and la
then this powerful animal, which in
usually no man could handle if it ev
were disposed to be vicious, will an
give no trouble.
The very best rule, therefore,
which we would lay down for the dr
management of the horse, is gen- ge;
tleness and good sense on the part of
of the driver. Bad drivers make th<
bad horses usually.ot
THE ABGUMrT AGATs'r THE BLIm' alc
BnwI.E.-We know not who invent- to
ed this instrument of horse torture, tin
but we know he did not understand
the anatomy and phy siology of the
eye of a horse. Human vision is PrE
binocular-that is, we see the same tai
objects with both eyes-and so ad
just the axis of vision that the ob- sa~
ject appears single though seen'o
with the two eyes. But the eyes of wa
the horse are placed on the side of wi
the head and the axis of each eye is "P
nearly at right angles with the on1
longitudinal line of the body, so 2
/ that it is impossible that the same Bal
object can be distinctly seen with asl<
two eyes. Now by blinding the he
eye in the direction in which it was He
intended in its construction that it sle<
Bhould see, it is forced to use an tru
oblique vision, as if we should cover arc
the front of our opties and be com- tio1
pelled to see only by the corners of one
our eyes. This unnatural and con- bai
strained use of the eye mnust, to a
greater or less extent, impair vision, froi
if not entirely destroy it. The object yee
for which the blind bridle is used is ani
not accomplished by it. A horse is .
more readily frightened when he the
cannot see the object of his dread the
than if he can have a fai' 'view of viv
it. But it is surprising to observe
with what tenacity men hold on to mo
an absurd and cruel practice,
when a moment's reflection wouldso
teach them better. Nineteen out Be
of every twenty horses you see in
harness have blind bridles on, and.
- if you ask the owner to explain its Ru
benefits, or why he uses it, he will Br4
be utterly unable to give a rational be
answer. We are not surprised that by
draft horses are subject to diseased cos
eyes-we wonder that they are not tri
all blind. ple.
When artificial teeth were made qw
of ivory, the canine teeth of the cor
hippopotamus were highly valued of
by dentists for that purpose, on.
account of keeping color better lio
than any other kind of ivory.
. . adi
A market for the sale of toads to int
gardeners is held every week in me
Paris. A hundred good toads the
bring from $15 to $17. They are alt<
brought packed in damp moss in the
well-ventilated casks. thr
The quickest and best way to exe
*boil milk is toput it into atin dish wit
and set that into a kettle of boil- me
ing water ; thus scorching is Fie
ndiana has a Greenback State
iet in the field.
.t is reported that 2,252 women
engaged in farming in Indiana.
)uring the last year 273 cases of
cide occurred in the Prussian
rhere are 100 per cent. more
orces in Philadelphia yearly tian
any other city of the Union.
[n the House of Lords a bill has
m introduced excluding atheists
m both houses of Parliament.
rhe Emperor of Russia wishes
rmany to distinctly understand
it he is as friendly as ever, and
as not like the noise of Krupp
rhe proposed reduction in inter.
t revenue taxation will decrease
(cle Sam's income about sixty
ht millions of dollars. He can
:rd it, however.
k Kansas man and woman have
)n married to each other once a
tr for four years, a divorce hav
separated them after every
ion except the last one
Jharles A. Reed, of Newton,
as., devised $40,000 each to his
n town and Salem, to be used in
nices to children, scientific lec.
-es, and relief to poor widows.
The shattered condition of the
ees and the impoverishment of
people give rise to the gloomiest
prehensions of disaster from the
ing freshets on the Mississippi.
rhe religious people of Clarinda,
wa, had a week of prayer for ex.
ption from small-pox. The
>urge passed by the town, and
ir a day of thanksgiving is ap
enny Lind advises all American
is who are in Europe studying
isic to return home, where, she
rs, the instruction is just as
od, and the chances of getting a
:e husband much better.
Florida railroads have had the
gest run of business this winter,
both freight and passengers,
r enjoyed by them. This is
)ther indication of increased pop
,tion in the interior counties.
Elazael's trainers say that he
mk nothing stronger than gin
ale during the week. The rest
the walkers tried to keep up
~ir strength on champagne and
~er liquors. It is not the first
e that it has been proved that
ool cannot be depended upon
sustain men under long con
ed physical strain.
in exchange trembles with ap
hension since it has been ascer
ed by German chemists that
strate brandy' can be made from
r dust. 'We are friends' it says
the temperance movement, and
t it to succeed, but what chance
it have when a man can take a
saw and go out and get drunk
a fence rail.'
L drunken fellow belonging to
2gor, in County Down, fell
sep in the graveyard into which
had wandered over night.
was suddenly aroused from
ap by the postman's horn or
mpet which he mistook for the
bangel's trumpet on the resurrec
1 morn, and said: 'What ! ne're
irisen here but me!l' It speaks
I for Bangor.
tather a good story reaches us
n the Black Country. A few
rs ago the wife of a miner died,
as she was being carried to the
ve the mourners tripped against
steps of the churchyard and
coffin fell. The woman re
d, having, only been in a trance.
iently she really died, and as the
rners were ascending the same
>s the heart-broken widower
bed out, 'Steady, boys there !
lhe bridge which is to span East
er and connect New York and
>oklyn,. it is now promised, will
completed and open for travel
March 1, 1883. -It has already
t $14,000,000, and the board of
stees have resolved that the peo
of the two cities should stand
I deliver a cool million and a
rter before the structure can beI
ipleted. The total cost by time
:ompletion, if it is not increased,
l not be far from sixteen mil
lss Kate Field comes out in
ocacy of knee-breeches in the
rest of the development of~
a's legs. She intimates that the
legs of modern men are, taken
>gether, a poor lot, and thinks
public exposure of this fact,
augh the adoption of the Oscar
Ide ides, would tend to active
rise by walking and otherwise,
Ii a view to the better develop
at of masculine extremities. Misd
ld, we presume, took notes for
INDORSED BY di
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. L
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
1oss Of SPIDetite.aues,boyele Costive.
Pu-in'feHeaA2with a d unsaouiM
ffheS5E- eakpg,aT1fdr the snouLder
blade fullness aer eat, with a disin
.oln, to exertion of-bed or mind, A
BTritsbility 5f-tmpr Lowpirits.~ sa
Of'memory, *fth a fein ofh0 n n9g.
lected some duy. wei68 d- Lness
)W fe& Dots before tue
eyes, Yellow Skin, .Headache, Restless
nsat night, highly colored Urine.
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. A
2:TTS pTLjW are especially adapted to
such cases,one dose effects suchhanc
of feeling as to astonish the suferer.
They Increase the Appetite, and CaUSe the
body to Take en Flemh, thus the astem is
nourished.and by theIrTonleAetonon the
dced.Price e ents. Xaur=a St.y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
GRAY HAIR or WHxsxzms changed to a GMaL
BLAcx by a single applcaton otJ90S _Yt A
'mpat natural coo,acts Intnanoi
SoldbyaA k7gi sts, or =tbyj "xprm. on recei pt of Wol.A
Office, 35 Murray St., Now York.
( Dr. TLM MA'AL of TaIbl In
(refd Nemlpta will be malled FAE 1== -1 )~Iai. L
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is the geat G
household medicine of the American peoples
pdis taken everywhere as asafeguard aga
lp idemics and endemics, as a remed7 for dye
iialiisns and irrgulairities of the
E a' cu'b toschills an fever and rheu- a
matic ailments, as a sedative in nervous case
and as a general invigorant and restorative.
For le by all Druggists and Dealers
W. P. HALT, President.
DIt. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, Chemist.
W. B. CmisoLM, Superintendent.
[dis1a Phosphate CompaL L
CHARLESTON, S. C. A
Edisto Acid Phosphate, A
Edisto As'n Element, L
Edisto Ammioniated Fertilizer, A
Edisto Ground Bone,
And Importers of' Germand
SPECIAL BRANDS S
Manufactured to Order.
CAR ILOAD LOTS DEL VE RED) FIEE
ON BOAtRD GARS. a
Any qiu!tity de!i ere.d [ree on board ar
vessel at Company's wotrks.
J. B. E. SLOAN,
TREASRERl AND GigiERfAL. AGENT, R
A t Office of ..l. . . Sbo in & Son. G
Jan:. 12, 2--3.n. ai
S. P. BO0Zi!R & SON'S *h
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Representing the foilowing strong and fo
reliable Companies, for many years in the C<
Agency of tbe l:ate Mij. W. F. Nance, to
Liverpool and Londion and Globe Inur- A
ance C omp.ny.
Insurancee Company of North America,A
Continental Insurance of New York. A
Star Insurance of New York. L
TOTA L ASSETS OVER $40,000,000. N
Large facilities for Insurance against L
Fire on all kinds of property. A
The Insurance of Farm Property a spe
cl feature in our Agency.-L
Liberal and prompt settlements guarau- A
teed. Sep. 14, 33-12mn. L
I AGENTS ~
We want a limited number of active, en- A3
ergtic canvassers to engage in a pleasant
and profitable business. G,ood men wdl ,
find this a rare chance F1
-rO M A KE M ON EY.
Such will please answer this advertise- fr<
ment by letter, enclosing stamp for reply,
stating what business they have been en- to
gaged il. None but those who mean busli- ne
ness need apply A<ddressRE&C. tr
Nov. 17, 1880-47-2y. Atlanta, Ga. WV
Bi Great chance to make money. ax
Those who always take advan- D.
tage of the good chances for mak- jo
mig moCney that are o1fered, gen. tw
erally become wealthy, while those who do
not improve such chances remain in pover. gn
ty. We want many men, women, boys and SI
girls to work for us right In thcir own 1o- ax
calities. Any one can do the work proper
ly from the first start. The business will
pay more than ten times ordinary wages.
xpensive outfit fnuished free. No one
who engagcs fails to make money rapidly.
You can devote your whole tIme to the i
rk, or only your spare momens Ful
free. Address STnNsoN & Co., Portland, 4
Maine. 4S-ly. pi
F. A. Lehman. Solicitor of Amerio'in and
Foreign Patents, Washington, fI: C. All Li
business connected with Paterfi, whether AI
before the Patent Office or the Courts.
romptly attended to. No (iiarge made un- bi:
?ess a patent. is secured. 5end for circular. at
Sep. 21, 38-tf.w.l. A
nnfbusiness now before the public.
EluYou can make money faster at
E I1Iwork for us than at anything else.
MMACapital not needed. We will start
ou. $12 a day and upwards made at home
bythe industrious. Men women, boys and
rls wanted everywhere to work for us.
Now is the tir4e. You ca n live at home and
do the work. 'NO one can fail to make enor- m
mons pay by engaging at once. Costly Out- re
fit and terms fiee. Money made fast easily,
anl ho. oably. Address TRUE & Co., An
olumbia & Greenville Railroad
COL.UXUIA. S.- C., Februar 11th, 1882.
On and ufter Sunday, February1th, 1882. th
ASSENG EFR TRAINS will run as herewith in
cated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
eave Columbia,A - - * 12.80 p r
" Alston, - - 1.37 p I
Newberry. - - - - 2.7 p r
Ninety-Six, - - - - 4.10 p E
Hodges, - - - 5.06 p z
Belton, 6 - - 8.26 p z
rrive Greenville, - - - - 7.51 p r
No. 53. DOWN PASSENGER.
eave Gre!nville, - - - 8.44 a r
Belton. - . - 1Iv.11 a E
Hodges. - - 11 30 a E
Ninety-Six, - - - - 12.45 p r
Newberry, - - - 1.59 p I
Alston, - - 3.03 p r
.rrive Cu!umbia,F - - 4.L6 p r
PARTANBUaG, UNION a COLUMBIA RAILROAD
No. 5. UP PASSENGER.
eave Alston. - - - - 1.47 p n
" Strother, - - - - 3.LU p U
" Shelton. - - - - 3.55 p a
Sautuc, - - - - 5.04 p n
Union, - - - - 6.09 p
" Jonesville, 7.X5 p n
rive Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, E 8.35 p a
No.53. DOWN PASSENGER.
eave Spartan burg, R. & ). Depot, H1 10150am
Spartanburg, S. U. & C. Depot,G11.06 a n
Jonesville, - - - 12 03 pn
Union. - - - 12.37 p n
Santuc, - - 1.7 p n
Shelton, - - 1.45 p a
Strother, - - - 2.13 p u
rrive at Alston. - - - 2.56 p a
eave Newberry, - - - - 2.5) p a
.rrive at Laurens C. H., - 6.25 pn
eave Laurens C. H., - - - 9.15 a n
rrive at Newberry, - - e 1.00 p M
eave Hodges, - - 5.12 p v
rrive at Abbeville, - 6..2 p n
eave Abbeville, - - - - 10.30 an
rrive at Hodges, - - - - 11.20av
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
eave Belton at. 6.32 p I
" Anderson 7.09 p E
" Pendleton 7.62 p m
eave Seneca C, 8.58 p :
rrive at Walhalla 9.23 p z
eave Walhalla at, - - 7.20 a m
cave Seneca D, 8.08 a 1
" Pendleton, - - 8.43 a V
" Anderson, - - 924 a E
rrive at Belton, . - 10.00 a r
With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Aunst
Railroad from Wilmington and al
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all point
With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Ro<
for points in Western North Carolina.
With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from a]
points South and West.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. I. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from al
points South and West.
With South Carolina Railroa for Charles
With Wilmington, Golumbia and August
Railroad for Wilmington and the North
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusts
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroa
[. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., fron
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C.
hich is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
T. M. R. rALCOTf, Gen. Manager.
J. W. FLY, Superintendent.
A. Pops, Geieral Passenger AZent.
outh Carolina EuP.iway Company
CHANGE OF SCFEDULE.
On and after Feoruarv 12, 1882, Passengei
rains on this reAd wil run as follows un
I further notirA:
GO. NG EAST, DAILY.)
eave Columl !a at - 4.15 P. M
rrive Camden at . . - - 7.13 P. M,
rrive Charleston at - 9.00 P. M
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
eave Charleston at - - 7.45 A. M1
ave Camden at - - - 7.40 A. M
rrive Columbia at - - - 12.13 P. M1
GOING EAST DAILY.
save Columbia at - - -9.30 P. 31
rrive Augusta at - - - - 7.35 A. M1
rrve Charleston at - - 6.20 A. 3.
GOING WEST DAILY.
ave C.harleston at - - - 8.15 P. 31
ave Augusta at.-.-.-..4.45..P.M,
rye Clumbia at - - - 5.10 A. M
All trains runi daily except trains on Cam
mn Branch, which are dlally except Sun
Sleeping? Cars arc attached to Night
spress Trains-berths only $1.50-between
ylumIbIa, Charlestoni and Augusta. On
eturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
- sold to and from all Stations at one first
ass farc for the round trip, good till Mon
Ly noon to retirn. Connections made
Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
lroad and Charlotte, Columbia and Au
ista Railroad at Columbia Junction by
ain arriring at Columbia at 12.13 P. M.
Ld leavinio Colbimbia ut 4 15 P.31., to and
m all po'lnte dn both Roads. At Charles
n with Steamers for hew Yorli on Wed
~sdays and Saturdays; also, with steamner
r Jacksonville and points on St. John
vcr and with Savanriahi axid Charleston
iLroad to all points South.
onnections are made at Augusta with
:orgia Railroad and Central Railroad to
id from all points Sonth and West.
rhroughi ticlget.s can be pnrche.sed to all
dnts South and West, by applying tQ
A. B. DEtSAUssuREl, Agent, Columbia.
D. C. ALILEN, G. P. A T. A,
oIxN B. PECK, General Manager.
iarlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
OFFICE GENERAL PAsSENGER AGENT,
COLU.MBIA. S. C.. February 12, 1882.
Dn and after Sunday, February 12,1882, the
llowing Schedule will be operated by this
No.55 DAILY-MAIL AND EXRESS.
ave Axugusta, A............... 820 a mn
crive at Colunabia, .B...........12.25 p in
ave Columbia, B.............12.32 p mn
eive at Charlotte, C............. 5.35 b m
No. 51 DAILY-MAIL Asp EXr'REss.
ave Austa,A.......... 6.00 pin
rive at Columbia, .N..,....10,35 p mn
ave Columbia, D.............10.42 p in
*rive at Charlotte, C............ 3.25 a mn
).17 LOCAL FREIGHTr, daily except Sundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
ave Columbia................ 5.50 a mn
rive at Charlotte...............4.55 p in
No. 52 DAILY-MAIL AND EXP REss.
ave Charlotte. C...............11.30 a im
riye atColba,B............4.18 p mn
ave olubia 2..............4.25 p in
~rive at Augusta5, A.... .........8s.40 p in
No.54 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPESS.
ave Charlotte, C...............1.10 a in
lrye at Columbia, D............5.38 a in
ave Columbia, D...............5 45 a mn
-re at Augusta. A............9.52 a mn
.18 LOCAL FREIGHT, daily exceptSundays
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
tve Charlotte. ................5.50 a mn
-lye at ,.olumbia..............4.4 p in
-With all lines to and from Savannah,
orida and the South and Atlanta, Macon
d the Southwest,
B-With South Carolina Railroad to and
>With Richmond and Danville Railroad
and from all points North, Atlantic, Ten
ssee and Ohio Railroad and Carolina Cen
D-Connect with the W. C. & A. R. R. for
mington and all points on the Atlantic
Pullma Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos. 52
d 55 between Augusta and Washington,
C.. via Danville, Lynchburg and Char.
tesville. Also, on. Trains 52 and 55 be
een Danville and Richmond.
Cumbers 51 and 55 run solid between Au
st and Florence and carry Pullman
tepers between Angusta and Wilmington
d between Augusta and Greensboro, N. C.
bove schedule Washington time.
A. POPE, General Passenger Agent,
s. . TALCoTr, Superintendent.
'heville and Spartanburg Railroad.
SPARTANBUTRG, S. C., September 1, 1881.
)n and after Thursday, September 1, 1881,
ssenger trains will be run daily (Sundays
cepted) between Spartanburg and Hen
rsonville, as follows:;
ave R?. & D. Depot at Apa.rtanburg.4.20 p in
rive at Hendersonville.........7.30 p m
ave Hendersonville.............30 a in
Tive R. & D. Depot,Spartanbulrg.12.00 mn
3th trains make connections for Colum
a and Charleston via Spartanburg. Union
d Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte by
r Line. JAMES ANDEESON,
VRIGHT'S . HOTEL,
COLUM A,S. C.
This new an ut House, with all
dern improw tB. is now open for the
:epton of j
GHT & SON,
o M.L. K
The Largest ai
E EW FALL AN'
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o G[IT' [URI
r4A To Be Foun(
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
APPLES. ORANGES. BANANAS.
A fnll supply of goods in season alwas on
L died, and purchasers can there:
Ni' Prompt attention given to orders.
C. B A R
55, 51 & 59 Market Street, - -
Oct. 5, 40-6m.
HAS IN HIS SPRING STOCK OF
Cloths and Suitings,
Best of Tailors,
Mar 16, 11, tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN tOMMON PLEAS.
Rosanna Mf. Caldwell, Plaintiff, against
dJ'hn C Wilson, as Admwinistrator of the
Per-owj:l Estare of Willi.um S. Caldwell,
deccased, an,d as an inadividual, Mary P.
S,ience, Caldwell Boozer, only child ol
Rosa5 Boozer. dec'd., Samuewl Caldwell,
William Wi.-on, Vernwon C. Wilson,
Thomas N. Wilson, .John C. Caldwell,
JTohnr Cald ell. - Blout, Defe*ndants.
Sumnmons for Relief. (C'umplaint Served)
To the Def, nd-i~nts John C. Wilson, as .Ad.
ministrawr ole the Personal Estate of WVil
liatn, S. Caidwll, deceased, and as awn in
dividual, Mary I'. Spence, Samuel Cald
n ll Wilii tan Wilson, Thomas N W ilsonw,
Vernon C. Wisin, -Johna C. Caldwell,
.John Cal*h eil, - Blount, and Cald
wveli Biw':zr, only child of Rosa Bowozer,
You are hereby sumamoned and required
to answer the ;omuplaint in this action, of
which a copy is herewii.h ser ved upon you,
-and to serv- a copy of your answer to the
Said conipiahnt on the sub~scriher at his of
fice at Newhrry Conet Hon.ie, South Caro
lina, within :wenty days after tbc service
hereof, exa:bisise of the ay of suchl s'er
vice ; and if yon tii to answer~ t.i Coin
plaint within the time afnreaai-l, the plain
tiff'in thi< aci,on will apply to tla- 'ourt for
the reiief d- m.ind.ed in the conuplaint.
Dawted l-i dawy of Janwuery, 1882.
[L. s.] E. P'. GlALMERS, C. C. P.
Y. J. POPE,
To the Defenwdants Samuel Caldweil, John
GalJwell and -- Biount.
Take notice that the summons in this ac
tion, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
filed in the ofliee of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas for the County of New
berry, in the State of South Caroliun, on
the twentieth day of February, A. D. 1882.
Y. J POPE,
20th day of February, A. D. 1882. 8-8t
THlE STORY OF THE SEWING MACNINE,
A handsome little paraphlet, blue and
gold cover, wvith numerous engravings,
to any adult person calling for it, at any
branch or sub-uice of Tihe Singer Manu.
facturing Companwy, or will be sent by mail,
post paid, to any persous living at a dis
tance from our offices.
PRINCIPAL OfflC8, 84 UNION SQ~TRE,
Mar. 2, 20i-ly.
Jones' Improved and Jones'
Long Staple (lotton Seed
I offer the above named Cotton Seeds
for sale. They were tested by the Agricul
turdl Bureau of Ge-orgia during the year
188w, and they made frown fifty to one
hundred per cent. more than any other va
rie'ties. I plant. d them last year, 1881,
and made with them more cotton per acre
than I had ever made a.wy previous year,
notwithstanding the unprecedented drougl't
and bad stand..
JR. SPEARMAN, Ja
Jan. 5, 1-3m*
S Sa week in your own town. $5 Outit
free. No risk. Everything new. Cap
ital not required. We will furnish
yon everything. Many are making
fortunes. Ladies make as much as men, and
boys and girls make great pay. Reader, if
you want a business at which you can make
great pay all the time you work, write for
~zasto H. HArrE~ & Co., Portlad,
BIA, S. C.
id Best Stock of 0
'HIN o C)
i in the State. L-J
a Peanuts a Specialty.
LEMONS. COCOANUTS. RASINS.
hand. No Commission or Auction Goods han
ore depend upon first class stock.
T & C O .,
- - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
Watches, Ccks, ewelry.
WITCHS IND JRWELRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRI-NGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASEZ,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watehmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
THE PENNINGTON HOUSE,
(Formerly the Xaion House,)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
JQIN X. PENNINGTON, Proprietor.
This popular and conve-niently located
house has been opened by th'e present Pro
prietor, who will spare no pains to mnake
his gu.sts conmforta.ble. With rooms large,
airy, clean a,nd well fuirnished, a tablle sup
plied with the best that can be had polite
and ready attention on the part 01 his ser
vants, he f"els assured of civing satisfaction.
Terms, S1 per Day; $12.50 per Month.
June' 22, 25 --tf.
TO SELL A HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE.
TIIE poor as well as the ri . the old as
the husb:nd, tht:young ,mtiden as wel as
the young man, the girl as welt as the boy,
inay j ust as well earn 't iew dollars in hon
est employtnent, as to sit ar-ounI(d the I: 'use
ani4 wait for ot hers to earn It for them. We
can give you employment, all the time, or
during your spare hours only; traveling, or
. in your own neighborhood, among your
friends and acquaintances. It you do not
care for emplloyment, we can impart valna
blie informat.ion to you tree of' cost. It will
cost you only one cent for a Postal card t.o
write for our Prospectus, and It may be the
means of niaing yu a goo rny dollars.
ntot h: e to invest a lrge su gtof notey
readily see that It will be an easy matter to
make from $10 to $100 a week, and establish
alcratie an i ndepenent buiess ,hon.
tend to this matter NOW-for there is MONEY
IN IT for all who engage with us. We will
surprise you and you will wonder why you
never wrote to us before. WE SEND FULL
PARTICULARS FaEE. Addrs'' C.
(Name this per.) MARION, Onlo.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
gg'We are prepared to make liberal ad
vances on consignments to New York and
Charleston. Dcc. 8, 49-6m.
THE 801JTf1 IJIROLINA
NEXT DOOR TO D. B. WmER.1
A. C. Dibert, proprietor, has opened a ..
Salesroom in Newberry for the purpose of
getting before the public their goods.
Measures taken and a good fit guaranteed. 9
All goods warranted, and no shoes genuine s
unless stamped A. C. Dibert, Columbia, S. F
C. They make H AND-SEWED. MACHINE
SEWE~D and BRASS-SCREWED for men, s
boys, women and children, iii French Calf, a
Kip, Coat and Grain Leather. FINE 9
SHOES A SPECIALTY Every one should C
use these goods and help develop South
H UGH ('N. H A RRiNGTON,4
jan5.am Gee-ral Manager at Newberry.
GRAND IETRIL HlOTEL,
(Formerly the Wheeler House,) b
COLUM~BIA, S. C.
REFUELNISUED AND REFITTED.
TERMS, $2.0O TO 63.00 PER DAY.
JOH1N Te WILLEI, Propriet'r.
ir. in, 4...t
For COUCHS, COLDS, SORE THROA
MONIA, A ISUMPTION, Diseases
CO nI ts in pient and advanced
and LUNGS, butit has never been so advantae
EYE Its soothing Balsamic propeesao
system after the cough has been elived. Quar
MEDICATED article-the genuine has a Priivate
permits it to be Sold by JDruggIs, Groce
. - WrLWOUT SPECU
The TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Pr
A CURID MIUSIC
THE STUDY OF M1
The Labor of Years Ac<
the New Inductiv4
PI ANO A N:
Has Opened a STUDIO ove
Store for the Rec
Having Taught this Method in the North w
Ville. S.C., now Ofrers her Services and the 3d
w- It is im'oossible to set forth ALL THE .
Old System, in an Advertisement, but invite a:
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Si
It does away with yesrs ofdrqdezy
It takes the Pupil alm dt immd 1l into
continues the same throughout the whole Cocu
It is not a superficial method, but applies t
out any chaug whtvr
ut anat one to the educated
This Method is entirely different from the
An opportunUy is ofered to all to gain aA
for Less &pens
g Many of my Pupils in the South are
which was gained at a nominal expense, while
Ti ethod ful the maxim that "Whate
ens life and Increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 ctis
gei Books and Sheet Music will be
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, CALL 0
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
The Purestand best Xedicino everlade.
UILAR qf ops, Buchu, Man
T110 PI yaO~d do,iknI ue..
1 os7ra,n o r e atood-eriierth Litr
To heygie advpigyertthceag froarlt
t~oteoes lrn3 oranans,e ermpwocaus e
Hop Ditnrival uabl,wthout Intox
No~ie hasyourfe egngs or
tars. Don'twaituntflyoua resid but it you
only feel bed or miseralel, usO themii at once.
Itsysaeyourlife.Ithas saved hundreds.
ce obi. no nfo; erleto.rfrlud
eue,bu us and urge te to ngs Hop B
Xediclaeevermada; the "iIWAZs JEum
sa Uand no pes or family
Roces.Y and-roronto, Oat.
Preserve Your Old Books!
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Book Manufacturer
Has moved opposite the City Hall, where
Ie is fully prepared, with first-class work
nen, to do all kinds of work in nis line.
BLANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
Lnd bound in any style desired.
My facilities and long acquaintance with
he business enable me to guarantee satisfac
ion on orders for Bank Books, Railroad S
3ooks, and Books for the use of Clerks of
sourt, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in 1
kquity, and other County Officials. 21
Pamphlets, Magazines, Minsic, Newspapers a
nud Periodicals, and all kinds of pazblications
ionnd on the most reasonable terms and in
he best manner.
All orders promptly attended to.
E. R. STOKES,
Main Street, opposite New City Hall,
Oct. 8, 41-tf. Columbia, S. C.j
Election is Over.
Now go and hear the votes counted at
ILARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
Vorks that have ever been ext,ibited in
rewberry, are on exhibition. And while
bere sit for your picture, and take to your
omes some of their superior photographs.
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
o0 ere it is too late.
Mr. W. H. Clark feels confident, after an
xperience of fifteen years, that he can
roduce a class of work that .eill please 4t
nd give perict satisfaction.
Copying old pictures and enlarging to 5t
ny desired side, also reducing to the
mallest, a specialty. Gt
For style and quality of work, refers to
ie editor of this paper.
Nov. 10, 46.-tf.
NV7ENTORS 617 ED.so BO.
Tshngton, D. C., for instructions. Rea
2nable terms. References and advice seat
REE. We attend exclusively to Patent
usiness. Reissues, Interferences and eases
ieeted in other han's aspecialty. Caveats
ylicited. Upnreceipt of model or sketch .
nd descriptin we give our opinion as to
atentabihty FREE OF CHLARGIt. We refer
>the Commissione o1 Patents, also to Ex
Sep. 21, 38--tt.w.l.
1LENN & POOL,
(Snecemar. to Win. P. lane, dee'd.)
The undersigned having associated them
elves together for the purpose of conduct
ig the INSURANCE BUSINES'S, would
~spectfully ask for a continuance of. the
usiness lately entrusted to Major Nance, -
1d also any new business that may offer.
JAMES F. GLENN.
TENCH C. POOL. E.
Aug. 9, 1881. 32-t'.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C. an~
Oct. 25, 43-If.
T, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, PH E
of THROAT, CHEST AND LUKC&
Elas alway been one of the znowt
eapons wielded by the MEDICAL FACUI
1ansttheencrwrehmentsof COUG C
KNCHMS S SORE li
)nsly compounded as In the TU
diffuslve stimulant and tonic to
. size bottles, Price S1.0M
0 U K AND w ihis the
Die Porietary Stamp on each bottle. wU*-'.-'
a and B eelmNe#yrhfte.
3 TAX OR LICENSE.
prietors, 41 River St., Chicago
~mpushed ini Weeks by
Method for the
r R. Y. Leave1l's Furnitnre
,ption of Pupils.
Ith Unparalleled success; also in Green
ethod to the CITIZENS OF NEWBEEE
LDVANTAGES this Method has.or'th0
I Interested to Call at the Studio, or Send
mple that even a Child of Five- Yeara a.
the Science of Musical Compositions,- a.
se of Instruction.
: all Music precisely as it Is written, wta
class of the community.
Wkal duca)si in a sod fine a'
[an evw befome.
-now successtally Tewohing this Nedmh.
my expense for Tuition alone was. FOUR
rer shortens the road to Iearning, 1ength
FUrnuked on Moderate Terms
q OR ADD.ESS
LS. W. H. L AR
Nervouness, ani m ..'
siadk, ag iea dmy diseaseCtale
GigereTonic It w~ wil all & edy
and gweyounewireadoyagor p
Paid fo ** und i Giner t
or. for an dtes or carmye. & Sz
GinrTme E Xemmgmnn6oy
WLL CLEAL SUBSN TE
PidIthi g s S f as gin,aa n
b-It wfilltak es toke .t nrpi
b-(Last but nkhwcaotat&costs1es
IALT INO RESSS JYP,
ndIU P RTE BSUPPITES
than ay firt-d Msr made.
Cataore mie se
an. 12.2-3m. -
Patents for Inventions.
W. ArERsON. 37. C. 515KE .
ANDERSON & SMITH,
Io. 7008Seventh.8treet, Washington, D.C.
Co fee for preliminary eramination. No .
unless patent is allowed. Fees lees thaair
other responsible aec. Books et..
:nished upon request. Se.21,38-t.w.IN_