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GLANDERS IN HORSES.
Every horse-owner is more or less
acquainted with that loathsome dis
ease, the Glanders, and every one
should be aware that it it both con
tagious fatal, not only to horses,
but also to -mankind. The fact
that the disease has to this day
baffled all treatment, is sufficient
reason why the detection of glanders
in a stable is always looked upon
as serious. If the disease always as
sumed the same characters, if every
glandered horse presented the three
special symptoms essentially be
longing to it, namely, the greeni,
sticN. and at times bloody/ais
charge at 'e nose, the hard,g pain
less, and adherent swollen -lands
at the jaws, and, above all the pe
; nliar and characteristic tcerations
of the mucous membra4g upon the
cartilage of the cavitiesof the nose,
there -would be no difficulties in
recognizing the disease, and con
demning the animal' thus afflicted
as most dangerous. But tbie is not
always the case. This disease as
sumes many forms. Sometimes
only a slight glandular enlargement,
again discharges from the nostrils,
while in a third animal neither of
these will exist, and only small
ulcers will be detected in the up
per angle of the nostrils. Still the
animal is just as dangerous as if
it showed all the symptoms fully
developed; in fact, even more dang
erous, for, while in this condition,
it may apparently be in perfect
health, its skin presenting nothing
unusual to the ordinary observer.
The horse may remain in good
condition, feel as well as ever, be
able to. do its work, and remain
thus for months, and communicate
the glanders to many animals who
?r may come in contact with it. It
':- ~ is necessary to detect the disease
-at the start, and for this
ifed than the
regular Veterinarian; he who has
by his studies become familiar
~rwith the, different aspects of the
* disease. If once detected,' there
must be no hesitation; certainty of.
the existence of the disease should
mean death to the animal affected.
Unless it is killed, most serious,
even fatal consequences,mnay follow.
The duty of the owner of an an
imal in a suspicious condition is4
to haive it examined at once. If
there is no doubt about the disease,
the horse must be at once de'stroy
ed. If there is doubt, it should be
Sisolated and rather than rait for
the development of all the symp
tons, which may take a long time,
inoculation of the matter from the
discharge can he made on an old
horse, a Aog, or a rabbit, but still
better on an old mule or a donkey.
This inoculation will produce glan
ders, no matter how small the
quantity of the virus if taken from
*a glandered horse.-President Lian
tard, in the American Agriculturist
Conrous ExPEnnr.-Somne few
months ago I filled a white glass
lamp, of globular shape,. with
clear spring water, placed it in the
window at about ten o'clock of a
-' clear morning, in a positioni to re
ceive the rays of the san. In one
minate a peice of black silk which I
had placed within half an inch of the
glass, and in the focns, became
ignited. The rays of the sun can
-thes be collected thro' a body of
clear water-, and a common white
glass lamp may be made to serve
the purpose of a burning lens.
I placed in the same lamp, sus
pended by a thread in the water,
several colored beads. A littie dis
tance from the lamp 1 fixed a sheet
of white paper. The rays of the
sun passing through the water and
the bear'ls, threw upon the surface
of the paper a variety of the most'
beautiful colors that imagination
SP.urKE oK.-Speaking of spat
ter work, remnindls us to say that
the best mode of casting the spray
is to put the ink in an atomizer,
which will give a uniform misty
spray that will not form blotehe~s,
if used with discretion. "Leamon's
V anohne dyes'' are ado-rable for this
To MAKE Cwrah W.ERPRIOF.-A p
ply a strong solution of soap to th~e
wrong sida of the cloth, and wi~hen
dry Wsh be other side wi;th a so
da Intion of alum.
HE SAVED THEII.
He was a young man with a for
ty dollar suit of clothes on, and he
had made arrangements to take his
girl and her mother:down to Put
in-Bay. He left them on the boat
while he ran up town to get some
cigars, and scarcely had he disap
peared when a man with a hatchet
face and a red goatee approached
the ladies and inquired of the
- "Going down to the Bay;"
"Never seasick in a gale, eh?"
"Gale! Is it going to blow?" she
asked in alarm.
"Flag is up, and that meat
wind, you know? Madame, the
young man who just ere is
-you know-that is lie loves your
"He waits upon her, sir"
"Ah!exactly. If you want him
for peon-in-law don't you go on
"I'm telling you honest, madame.
Your daughter will be seasick first.
She will call for a lemon and
some pickels, and she will sigh and
groan, and her hair will come down,
and her bows skew around, and in
half an hour-you won't know- her.
She be a faded blossom-a crushed
flower. The young man won't
know whether it is his darling or a
bundle of runmpled muslin."
"Dear me ! but I'm alarmed!"
"And then you'll begin to hate
the thought of baked potatoes and
rib roasts, and ten minutes later
you'll thump down on a sofa and
clutch and cling and groan and
"But George will be kind to us."
"Madame, George will have plen.
ty of business on hand. Chaps
with his set of ears and full face are
apt to be very sick. Before he can
;et a lemon for Melvina and a pic
kle for you he'll flop down and call
himself names and wonder how he
was ever struck on Melvina or why
he ever wanted you for a mother-in
Law. He'll heave up and he'll heave
lown, and he'll wish you and Mel.
rina in Halifax and himself in Mex
co, and the upshot will be no wed
ling-no cards-no cot e
Madamie, 1 am a stranger to you,
ut I warn you from a heart filled
with the milk of human kindness.
he only woman I ever loved
ent with me on a seasick excursion.
Ny love was turned to gall, and
[ gave her the shake."
He then left. In three ininutes
other and~ daughter were on the
wharf. In three more they were two
locks away, and as they met
3eorge and turned him back his
ountenance had the color of boiler
ron and his voice betrayed a'cruel
etermination as he said:
"I see you on the car, and then I'll
ind and lick that man if he weighs
fifteen tons!"-Free Press.
Wm BA STRUCK Hur.-"So you've
been to the city?" said one country
man to another.
"Yes, I took her in."
"Pretty big thing?"
"You bet." '
"Lots of people, lots, of houses,
lots of rush and' hurry and wagons
and teams and' things?"
''Lots of 'em.''
"What struck you first after you
bad got straightened out for your
"Oh, nothing, only a brick a
mason let fall off a house while I
was loafing around below seeing
ow city folks do~ their work."
SH E h AD So3METHING FOR THEM.
-Miss Middy Morgan, the live
(ock reporter of the New York
Times, happened to be left in charge
f a cottage in a New Jersey village
where she was visiting. To her
ppeared two villainous-looking
tramps. "Well, have you anything
for us, old woman?" asked one of
the fellows. "-Oh, yes," was the
nswer; "just wait and I'll briiig it
down." Miss Morgan went quick
ly upstairs and in half a minute
returned with a seven-shooter firm
ly grasped in her hand. "This is
what I have for you," sC:-i she.
"How do you like it?" The tramps
did not wait to answer the question,
but got out as fast as their legs
ould carry themi1.
"I me antto have told you of that
hole," said a gentleman to his friend,
who, walking in his garden, stumn
bled into a pit of water. "No mat
ter,' said the friend, "I have found
A young man who went into the
kitchen, where his girl was baking,
nd inadverten,tiv sat clown on a
hot pie just from the oven, now
boasts that be descended from the
"Wake up, husband, the day is
breaking," said the _food wife.
"Let is break. I don't owe me a
ent!" growls the heavy sleeper..
aon Never Sung.
"leow doe that verse run? Something
like tbls, is it?
-There A e who touch the magic string
Alas! for se is pioud tomin them;
die!! o se who never sing,
But die all their music in them."'
"Yes, t 's beautiful, pathetic and true,"
said your resentatire. "The poet alludes
to people o are somehow suppressed, and
never eir full allowance of joy and air.
Which nds me of a letter shown me the
signed by Hiscock & Co., of New York, a
Snyder Mr. E. C. Williams, of Chapman,
of that Pa., a prominent business man
of batace. He writes:
yve suffered with asthma for over
forty ars, and had a terrible attack In.
Dece r and January, 1882. I hardly know
what mpted me to take PARKER'S ToNIC.
I did o, and the first day I took four doses
The ect astonished me. That night I
sle s if nothing was the matter with me,
an ave ever since. I have had colds since,
b no asthma. My breathing is now as
if ad never known thatdisease. If you know
of y one who has asthma tell him in my
e that PARKER'S TONIC will cure it
a after forty years. There was a man
ho escaped the fate of those whom the poet
This prrraration, which has heretofore
been known as PARKER'S GINGER TONIC,
will hereafter be advertised and sold under
the name of PARKER'S TONIC. Inasmuch
as'inger is really an unimportant ingredient,
and unprincipled dealers are constantly de
ceiving their customers by substituting in
ferior preparations under the name of ginger,
we drop the misleading word.
There is no change, however in the prepa
ration itself, and all bottles remaining in the
hands of dealers, wrapped under the name
of PARKER'S GIN GER TONIC, contain the
genuine medicine ifthe facsimie signature of
HISCOX & CO. isat the bottom of the out
and MALARIA. -
From these sources arise three-forths of
the diseases of the human raee. These
symptoms indicate their existence: Lo of
Apetitc, Bowel.s costive, Sick Head.
ac fullness after ea , aversion to
exertion of body or ,t Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A feelin of having neglected
sone duy, Dizziess, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes. highly col
ored Ulrine, CONSTIPATION, and de- M
mand the use of a remedy that acts directly a
on the liver. AsaLiv medicine TUTTy$ a
PI LLS have no equal. Their action on the m
Kidnoys and Skin is also prom ; reeoving
all impurities through thestre scav
en ars of the syatm ," proce aap.
tit, sunddi stin,regular stools, a clear
skin and a vigorous body. TUJTT'S PILLS
cause no nausea or griping nor interfere
with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IE FEELS LIKE A NEW XtN.
tI have bad Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion,two years, and nave tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TUTT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleane~d me out nicely. My appetite is
spleadiJ, food digests readily and'I now
have natural passages. I feel like a new
mnn." W.D. BD ARDS, Palmyra, O.
Soldeverywhere,25c. Oke,44 MurraySt.,N.Y.
TUTT8 HAIR DYES
GRAT HAm oR WmsERs changed in.
amtly to a GLOSat BLA&CK by a single ap
plication of this DYE. Sold by Drugr
or sent by express on receipt of a1
Ofloe, 44 Murray Streo e Yor1.
TITT'S MANUAL 0 L RECEIPTS FRED
July 19, 2. Y,
Has received his
FALL and WINTER
Stock of Imported Cloths
MADE TO ORDER
Expressly for his trade on the other
side of the Great Dampness
and are being made up in
the Latest Styles.
FIXE [NLAUBEK SIll1n8
At $7.00 a Half Doz. i
Custom Shirts and
- MADE TO ORDER.
Large line of Gentlemnen's furis hintg
goods~ and( Silk Umfbrellas, always on
Feb12 t f COL UMBIA.
WVAtJIE AND JEMLY
- At the New Store on Ilotel Lot. A
I hose now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,T
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAE STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AID SP?ECTACLE CASES,
WEDDINS .AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS vArIETY.
All orders by wail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing C
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Calh and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 4'-tf. C
T YLOR SLpgR
OUR ppE NT SP2 MILI
OUB COT OFF ENGINE SAWMILlL CAUJC
A FUEL RloLLER
TAYLOR MFG. CO.e
Charlotta N. a.e
(Please Mentions this Paiper.) t
Ng for Soldiers on any dis- R
Fes, w0ud or Inury
Pay, Dlscharges for Dc- te
Cte tc.procurd Uyaseeri e.
Addren, . I. SITSn. Wsa
s'. A. SOHtMPERT & CO.,
re Agents and have for sale the following improved Agricultural Implements:
- Saw Mills,
Harvester and Binder,
Table Rake, -
Dropper and Mower,
G-lobe Cotton Planter,
SULKY AND WALKING PLO WS,
HICAGO SCREW PULVERIZER, CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS
AND OTHER IMPEOVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEENTS.
If you want anything of this kind give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Warehouse for Machinery in the new building on corner Caldweli and Har
nton streets, below Christian & Smith's Livery Stables.
ar. 5, 10-tf.
TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER
WILL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE SIX ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCELLENCE.
1st-It is the easiest running press made. 2d-It is as strong as any press
ade. 3rd-It is the most durable press made. 4th-It will do as-good work
any press made. 5th-It will take less to keep it in repair than any press
ade. Gth-(Last but not least) It costs less than any.first-claszpress made.
ALL SIZES PRESSES, TYPE AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES,
Catalogue Fi ee.
,F. W. DORMAN, 21 GERMAN ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
May 10, 19-6m.
Nos. 734 and 738 Reynolds Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
AFacbinxery of all Kinmds,
iso stn' Circularoaws. ibeWh ad Leathr !~ting. toani *Pipe. Water and
valves, Governrs Wenc h aes cin roet n ,k e *ry article of
GENERAL AGET - :t
TALBOTT & SONS.
tboit'a Agden ur Engines Con wheels.) Porta. Ebges (O skr.1) .tationary
and Wheat Mills. Saw Mills.tShafkAetig ul.s, Boxes, IIangers and
Watertown Steam Engine Co.
aEngines (b rsmal buildins) Vertica 1Engirc s.a nar nins ( withit
and comotivead Vertil Boiles. SNvMills etc. ,etc.
e C. & G. COOPER & CO.
yoper's Seltf-Propellng (raetion) Engies. Farm .Agrieultnra E.glnesd (o weels.)
Tubular BlrsCornand Whcat M6i o,blMi(th portal:le
and Oat and Wee<d Extrator. Saw Mills
J. W. CARDWELL & CO.
rdwuluuic Cotoeses. Horse Powers : lted and down. Pwcreses
Corn Shellers and Feed Cutters.
Johnston Harvester Company
EMMERSON, -TALCCTT & Co.
'apers and ilnders. Reapers an( Mowers Combin d. Single Binders, IHeapers, and
FAIRBANKS & CO.
Fairbanks' Standard Scales, all sizes and patterns. Alarm Cash Drawers.'
[ANUFACTURER of the FOLLOWING LACHINES.
~blett & Goodrich Improved IXL Cotton Gin. Reid's Patent Automat;e Power Scre w
Press. (steam or water power) Sith' Improved Hand Powe Cotton and
New Virginia Feed Cu: :er.
Engines, Cotton Gins, &c., repaired In a w'orkmnlike uanner.
Orders solicited and prmptly executed. For furth--r particulars, cirenlars, general
ormation, etc., apply to
W. Jr POLLARD.
W. F. GAILLARD, Ag't., for Newberry
Jan. 4. 1-1y.
Samnpson Pope, K. D., I Three Times A Day
01Is not too often to use It, yet if once
IIY~~UN ND ~JIIG9N,a day the teeth ai'e brushed With
SWOOD'S ODONTINE the greatest change
Office-Opera House, is observe~d. Instead of brown,sin
E W E Y, .C. you w"lA"e ig"t row*of'polished
In addition to a general practice pays pearles, where the teeth are sound
pecial attention to the treatment of and eviin when .they are not perfect
seases of Females, and Chronic dis- they wiil be kept from fturthier decay.
Lses of all kinds including diseases of WOOD's ODONTINE contains nothing
Le Respiratory and Circulatory Sys. which carn possibly injure the teeth but
ms-of the Bowels, Kidneys,BEladder, on the c"mtrary is beneficial to teeth
eetum, Liver, Stomach, Eye, Ear, gums anid breath. Trade suipplied by
ose and Throat, of the Nervous Sys- W. C. FISHER,
m and Cancerous Sores and Ulcers. IWhoes:kAe nt, Columbis, S. C.
Correspondence solicited. For sale by r. S. F. Fant~ and W.
April 2, 14-17 . 3. Pelhzam. Feb. 28, 9-17
REMOVAL! REMOVAL!! RSIL
CLO10 DD &z SM ITi -
HAVE MOVED TO THETR NEW
(CROTWELL'S new building) opposite J. 0. AVI1
WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE. LARCEST ANW
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents
ing Goods in the up Country.
Grand Opening of WE WOULD CALL
FALL and WINTER
Remember all of our goods are new, Ws ws had n o f y s:
as we had no goods of any conse-v d
quence to carry over from last. Sea
son, therefore we have all of the T..
latest styles of -IETRIAKo
FANCY COODS, A
STAPLE 800D8, FINE SHOES
And in fact goods to suit any one. * I
HARD TIMES! 0NE 1N
Hard Times!! To
Farmers would de' we Uto
Don't cry hard times our stock f a tZo
can certainly give-you
but go to the no-on eieean. je
Where you will get more goods and
better goods for your money than LETE SW
any where else in TOWN. LE
All we ask is a careful examination of our Stock and. we are sure if
WE DEFY COMPETITION HERE OR ELSEWEWE
10eUXMCIL, 46-= Mi
The "NEWBERRY OLOTItI2 0
Crotwell's new building opposlte
Sept. 13- 3m. . NEWBERRY, 3.0
Har'dware, Eusgfases, Sc. Stc.
CHARLESTON IRON WORES & SALE
SPLAIN,B LIDE VALVE and OUT-01T EGDIU, MARInntY~~I
SBOUTERS, SAW ET TA GEIBT TTL.A, COTTON GINS ad73IE.3, NAFB'
aGEARTNG, Steam and HandPTUMP, PORTABL.E FORGES anl ELOW3E1G
OILS, FI.ES, and General 1111 Supplies. EU7GE AUTOXATIO CUT-O01U~
- L ights and other purposer requiring steady, reliable and womtu pewer. !e k i
Automatic Engine in the mare.
Repairs by Competent Wor1nna. Ohargns moderate.
ca.Q. W. w -TT A sc9 S~
-s - - - --
-~g"SAc LUB COP 3W a
NEWBERRY, . C
No.2 M-ly.n, 2
.7.!~.P.GOGAKS D. CEBET
NEWBERY,8.. A vegetabte eund and anin
____________ fallible remiedy fr~or p
Prepared by the Sulaa Medicine
"StictAUetle toBusnes."Company, Newberry, So. Cs. Pdies
Nov. , 41ly.0e. per bottle.
rece ption of gueesu~~