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It is desirable to avoid, as far as
possible, an annual expenditure for
labor in the management of our
lands. We require a certain amount
of forage for winter. Pulling fod
der is one of the most expensive
and least profitable of the opera
tions of the farm. Well cured fod
der is the Most palatable forage
whiob can be given to horses. So
is4hoecharqpagne the most agree
able of all artificial fluids for man.
Bwfder is too expensive for the
farier's horse, and the champagne
too expensive for the farmer man.
J *think of a farmer going into
a idsfred acre corn field with a
spAa4i"ef every ern-stalk
Contrast this with a mower cutting
downight acres of grass a day, say
sixteen tons, raked up by a horse
rake, tendered by horse power,
loaded into the wagon and thence
into barn by a hay-lifter, untouch
ed by human hands in the whole
But there is a ceaper procesi
than this. It is one which cannot
be adopted at the North, because
the climast will not allow it. This
cheaper plin is to provide winter
pastures for our mules, horses, colts,
cattle and sheep, thereby enabling
them to mow and save their owi
hay without cost to us, either ii
the~ way- of Degroes, mowers, hay
stacks :)r barns.
The way to obtain a good wintei
pasture is simple and not expensive,
mCake . piece of wood land, thit
oltie.wortlileisa timber, leaving
rail trees and mast-bearing trees.
The exact distance cannot be given,
because trees differ very much im
the amount 9f shade which they
produce.. The kentucky rule is tc
thin the timber, so that the ground
shall~get sunlight at least a portion
of the day, otherwise the grass will
be sour and rejected by live stock.
The ground should be well sprout
ed; grubbing is not necessary,
though it is best. The tree top~
-e Wmsh should be piled and
buirned, and the ashes scattered.
Except for appearance, the log~
need not be piled and burned. The
ground should not be plowed ; gras
sepd should be sown on .the un
brokeu ground, and then all the
available live stock of the farmer
should be turned in upon it, tc
trample in the seeds. *Hogs are
e7eellent for this purpose, feeding
ghg shelled corn, scattering -a
widely as~ possible, and feeding in
a different place every day.
The seed sown, should consist of
orchard, blue, herd's and mneadowv
oat grass, if the latter can be ob
fained. One bushel of this mixture
to~be sowed to the acre-one-hall
-drehard grass and the other half of
the other seeds, in equal propor
FENCIN?G.-In all sections many
thousand panels of fence are need
lessly made use of, by having t'he
fields of such a shape as to require
too great a proportion to enclose a
given area. The most economical
form is that of a square ; and as
we leas e this form for an oblong,
we rapidly increase the amount of
fence needed to enclose a given
number of acres. A square of ten
acres will require two hundred and
silty-four panels of fence to enclose
it, hile a field of the same area,
but twice as long as wide, will re
quire three 'hundred and thirty
panels. Some fence may be saved
by wbrking the fields in pairs,
with the usual rotation of corn,
oats, wheat and peas. Two ad
-aetfed ild ihu n
inant fiam wm do withont any
How To TELL A HORSE'S A GE.
The colt is born with twelve grin
ders when four front teeth have 2
made their appearance the colt is
twelve days old, and when the
next four comes forth it is four
weeks old. When the - corner
teeth appear the colt is eight T
months old ; when the latter have
attained to the height of the front
teeth it is one year old. The two
year-old colt has the kernel (the
substance in the middle of the
tooth's crown) grown out in all
the front teeth. In the third year
the middle front teeth are being
shifted, and when three years c
old these are substituted by the I
horse teeth. The next four teeth I
are shifted in ~the fourth year, y
and the corner teeth in the fifth.
At six years the kernel is worn
out of the lower middle front
teeth, and the bridle teeth have
now attained to their full growth.
At seven years a book has been
formed in the corner teeth of the
upperjaw, the kernel of the next
at the middle is worn out, and the
bridle teeth begin to wear off. At I
eight years the kernel is worn
out of the lower front teeth and '
begins to decrease in the middle
upper front. In the ninth year
the kernel has wholly disappeared
from the upper middle front teeth,
the hook on the corner has in
creased in size, and the bridle
teeth lose .their points. In the
tenth year the kernel is worn
out of the teeth next to the mid
dle front of the upper jaw, and in
the eleventh year the kernel has
entirely vanished from the corner
teeth of the same jaw. At twelve
years old the crown of all the
front teeth in the lower jaw has
become triangular and the bridle
teeth are much worn down. As
the horse advances in age the
gums shrink away from the teeth,
which consequently receive a long,
narrow appearance, and the ker
nels become darkish points. Gray
increases in the forehead and over
the eyes, and the chin assumes
the form of an angle.
LIME TO THRE AOaE.. '.Lime, in4
itself, is not generally considered
a fertilizer or food for plants,
while potash is. ~Carbonate, or
quick-lime, as it is usually called,
when applied to sandy soils, does
little more than hasten the decom
position of whatever vegetable
matter it contains, rendering every
particle useful to the plants gro w
ing therein, and, as one of our
noted agricultural wi-iters long ago
remarked, "the principal functions
of lime as a manure appear to reg
ulate the condition of the organic
matter in the soil, and to facilitate
*its healthy decay." Good judg
ment is required in all cases w here
lime is applied, or e!se it may do
*more harm than good ; buti upon a
*light -sandy soil, containing a
*moderate amount of vegetable
matter, five busbels of freshly
slaked stone lime would be suffi
cient, or ten to fifteen of air-slaked
or gas lime, evenly distributed
over the surface. It is better to
apply lime in small quantities
and frequently, than in large doses
and at long intervals.-R. World.
TOMATO CAmsur.-Cat the to
matoes in two, and boil for half
an hour; then press through a
hair seive, and add spices in pro
portion given below; after which,
boil for about three hours over a a
slow fire. Remove from the fire, ~
turn it oat, and let it stand till
next day, when youmrust add half
a pint of vinegar for each peck of
tomatoes. For every like amount
of the vegetable, add, while boil
ing, one-eighth of an ounce of red
and one-quarter of an ounce of
black pepper, half an ounce each
of mace, allspice and cloves, and a
two ounces of mustard-all finely '
powdered. Salt to suit, and put
in a little gigrand essence of t
celery, if you so desire. Bottle,
seal the corks, and kcep in a dark, -
QUINcE JELLY.-Slice the quincesa
without either paring or coring.
Put them into a preserving kettle a
and just cover with water; put,
over the fire and boil until soft.
Remove from the stove and strain .
off the liquor. To every gallon
allow four pounds of white sugar,
and boil very fast until it becomes
a stiff jelly.
English gardeners now gladly I
pay four shillings each for toads.
They fnd them the best and
cheapest destroyers of insects ..
which infest their plants. 1
k FARM and HOME
OF YOUR OWN.
iow is the Time to Secure It!
The best and cheapest lands in market are
i EASTERN NEBRASKA, On the line of the
NIrN PACIFIC RAILROAD. The most favor
ble terms, very low rates of fare and freight
) all settlers. The best markets. Free
asses to land buyers. Maps, descriptive
amphliets. new edition of " ['HE PIONEER"
mnt free everywhere. Address 0. F. DA
'IS, Land Commissioner, U. P. R. R., Oma
TAMMERING cured by Bates' appliances.
IFor description. &c., address SIMPSON &
0., Box 5076, N. Y.
iR. STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS.
Proved by successful use throughout the
country for over
L QUARTER OF A CENTURY!
ie best Purgative and Anti-Bilious Medi
ine known. Cure Constipation. Bilious
ess. Liver Coinplaint. Malarial Fevers,
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IR. STRONG'S PECTORAL STOMACH PILLS
ure Coughs, Colds. Fever, Female Com
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)eran-ements of the Stomach. Proprietors,
. E. IfULL & CO., New York.
6 a Week to Agents. Samples
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a month selling our letter-copying book.
ny one that has i letter to write will buy
t. No press or water used. Send stamp for
ircular. EXCELSIOR CO., 17 Tribune Build
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The Greatest Discovery of the Age.
DR, TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINIMENT.
Over 29 years before the public. War
anted, or the money returned, to cure Dys
ntery, Diarrhca, Colic, Spasms, Croup, and I
romiting, taken internally. Perfectly inno
ent; see oath with each bottle; and Chronic
theumnatism, Swellings, Sprains, Bruises,
ains in the Limbs, Back and Chest, exter
Lally. Not a bottle has ever been returned,
1though millions are sold annually. Price
0 cts. DR. TOBIAS' HORSE LINIMENT, in
'int Bottles, is the Best in the World for the
ure of Lameness, Old Sores, Sprains, Colic,
.id Distemper. Price, $1.00. TOBIAS'
)ERBY CONDITION POWDERS are supe
ior to any others, or no pay They allay
ever, Purify the Water, Soften the Skin,
ive a Fine Coat, and Improve the Appetite.
'rice, 25 ets. Perfectly innocent, as Col. D.
IcDaniels, who has seen the recipe testifies
o, as well as the Liniment. He has some
of the Fastest Running Horses in the World.
Lousands of certifcates have been receiv
d, speaking in high terms of the above
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mumbering more than eight thousand, with
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>F THE NEWSPAPER PAVILION, Centennial
xrounds, Philadelphia, or American News
,o., New York.
EVERY ADVERTISER NEEDS IT.
OR ALLTHINGSARENOW READYI
Having just returned from the Northern
ities, and the National Photographic As
ociation at Buffalo, I feel better prepared
o do good work than ever before, by the
tdvantages of the latest irnprovements, and
he prettiest styles.
My stock is larger than ever, and among
ihich are, a fine lot of
Picture Paper Weights, &c.
I am prepared to take
Jpying and Enlarging Old Pictures,
Taking Residences, &c.
Call n hile the pretty weather lasts; re
nember that delays are dangerous, and do
uot put it off.
A proof is always furnished for inspection
>efore the picture is printed.
The surest way is te come at once and
et pictures at the Newberry Gallery of the
ver ready Photogropher,
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 8, 40-tf. -
Harness and &addles.
F. N. PARKER~,
CCESSOE TO WEBE, 3ONES & PARER,
Between Pool's Hotel and the Post Office,)
Having boughtthe E NT I RE S TOCK
if the Harness and Saddle Manufactory of
essrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I am. pre
iared to do all kinds of work in this line.
tso will keep on hand for sale, HARNESS,
iADDLES, &e., HARNESS LEATHER,
OLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
f the best and cheapest. REPAIRING
nd all work done to order
Lt Cash Prices and at Shortest
Apr. 15, 15-tf.
My office is at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug
tore, where I ean be found during usual
My residence has been changed to house
n Calhoun Street, two doors from Presby
A. W ALL ACE, M. D.
Aug. 30, 3,5-tf.
JAMES. Y. CULBREATH,
attorniey at Law,
Will practice in the Courts of NewbL.rry
Ofice over store of A. M. Bowers & Co.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Dec. 22, 52-ly.
The undersigned is prepared to do all
inds of 8URVEYING with accuracy and
Office with Suber & Caldiwell, Attorneys
eptSuey For WBER, Jont.
euy6 SuryvrNe. er ony
Aug E16F, ED33-6m.SR,
1F FangFIFID ABVFRTIMR.
Ha & w. O. S
Are now rec
F ALL .ANI
E[ATS, CAPS, TRUNK
We are selling a NO. 1 SH
inished with the exception of
ror a half dozen, and a.very fi
Send your orders. We ga
price and quality of our goodq
Goods sent 0. 0. D. subject
Sep. 20, S-tf.
Dry Goods, Boot
UIP RE UE0IEENT.
FALL AND WIN'
We are now opening our F
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, B
and beg that all in want of go
You will find our Stock full
to be found anywhere. We I
CASH, and with the long exI
in the market all the time, wi
at prices which cannot be dup
Call and be convinced.
Samples sent by mail when
ttended to, and when over $]
by Express, if accompanied w
be collected on delivery.
sep. 20, 42-ly. COL.U.MB
PERRY & SLAWSi
Every merchant who is disposed to
s requested to give us a sample order.
We will ship in aniy quantity on 30
Plug Tobacco, 10 inch, 5 to lb.,
Plug Tobacco, 11 inch, 4 to lb.,
Plug Tobacco, 11 inch, 4 to lb.,
Plug Tobacco, 1 ich, to lb.
3Plugc Tbacc, (ver binch,tb,
P ugn c o, 11t............. ....
3 once Twist...........y brg to1
6 inch T wist..............12 to lb.,
Pancaes.... .....2 tol.
GI rAvl Hoe D ac 3Po
AlHsk RSigTbco $ 2.50 per100. Cs
ruham ifo ar"o sa " e hth
md1pertory to Sa sn e Trimple Seforei
d,hadi is tsenstl Toacoug.an
MaCoy BA Snff...
wil gveyo an anstts,h
It Haipsse taon eanideao hu
Md ndw ills,aml plg.,
CATHGao verwys kin indorBas
Wea guar Steamfuns Enginesn
e m ills,c Ethe r
eDaot Pre nse pomt
CASNETDENRT of evey OST i FIro CE ls.
We guantae, nto fut,is Eline and
ATE4.VBERRY, S. C.
HOP NEXT DOOR NORTH of POST OFFICE)
A clean shave, a neat cut, and polite at
ention guaranteed. May ~, i~-tr.
IA, S. C.,
3, VALISES, Etc., Etc.
IRT, three ply Linen bosom,
the button holes, for $6.00
ne quality for 7.00.
rantee satisfaction both as to
g, Shoes, Carpets.
ER DRY GOODS,
3, HATS, &c.,
EOVE & CO.'s,
3A, S. C.
ALL and WINTER STOCK
OOTS, SHOES, HATS, &.,
ods give us a call before buy
[ of the most desirable goods
>uy for CASH and sell for
erience of our buyer, who is
a propose to give you goods
licated this side of New York.
requested. Orders promptly
[0 in value will be sent free
ith the money or requested to
.OVE & CO.,
IA, S. C.
QN'S PRICE LIST,
IA, S. C.
ave a few cents per ppod on Tobacco,
50 lbs. to Box, at 50 cents.
0 lbs. to Box, at 650 cents.
5lb.tn 3x at 55cen.
40 lbs. to Box, at 55 cents.
0 lbs. to Box, at 55 cents.
0 lbs. to Box, at 56 cents.
30 lbs. to Box, at 85 cents.
30 lbs. to Box, at 75 cents.
0 lbs. to Box, at 70 cents.
0lbs. to Box, at 5cets.
30 bs.to ox,at75 cents.
.0 lbs. to Box, at 750 cents.
1b .X .x atc65es.
dierznt ndn 5 oents
or, $, 18,*$0 cenduwads
, put p i o ,n aslb.apackages.
ecper zen On doe buh-y$
rdifere ins.tt tl o oc a
RICTOD DERT NS
STEAM ENGINES AND) BOILERS,
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
GRIST, BARK AND PLASTER MILLS,
SHAFTING, HANGERS AND PULLEYS.
Improved Turbine Water Wheels.
Oct. 13, 41-ly.
W. ETTENGER. H. P. EDMOND.
ETTENGE & EiMOND,
Portable and Stationery Engines, Boilers of
all kinds, Circular Saw Mills, Grist Mills, 2
Mill Gearing, Shafting, Pulleys, &c.
AMERICAN TURBINE WATER WHEEL
CAMERON'S SPECIAL STEAM PUMPS.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Oct. 13, 41-1y.
G. F. WATSON,
FURNITURE WORKS AND LUMBER MILLS,
F11tt edsunes Char and Pnarlor
Funot Loutpnes, Chtairs &edsead nandc
tured of Walnut and cheaper hard woods.
No soft 1)iflc uSe(l. Cottage Bedsteads and
,.1ip~in Vattrasses lcadin~ articles. I
iOW I8 THE TIME
For a Large 32 Column Paper.
Every man in the County of
SHOULD BE A SUBSCRIBER I
Every man . who has ever
lived here and has
SHOULD BE A SUBSCRIBER
LL THE CONTY NEW
A Over the State!
AND IS, THEREFORE,
A Good Medium for Advertioing.
Ior thie Newberry Herald !
In the Newberry flerald!
T. F. GRENEKER,
Jan. 12, 2-tf.
PROSPERITY, S. C.
Passengers on the G. & C. R. R.; are al
lowed 20) mtinutes f6r dinner at Prosperity.
A cordial invitation is extended to trav
ellers, wi.o will always find a good table,
polite attention and moderate charges.
Terms-Diuner, 50 Cents. Board per
G. S. CHAPPELL,
Feb. 2.3, 8-tf Proprietor.
1876. DUB WEST, 8. 0. 1876.
The eighteenth year of this Institution
will open October 2d. Tuition, Board,
Washing and Fuel, for the Collegiate year,
$177.00. Music, $52.00. One-third due in.
advne. Send for Catalogue.
J. I. BONNER, Pres.
Due West, S. C., Aug. 15, 1876. 34-2m
IMHOD: HOlW LOST, HOWY EIED !
JD s publised ,a new edition of.
on the radical cure (without medicine) of
SERATORH(EA or Seminal Weakness, ki
voluntary Seminal1.osses, IMPoTENCY, also,
CoxsUMProN, EPIL.EPSY and Errs, indnced
by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance,
ir Price, in a sealed envelope, only six
Thentscelebrated author, in this admirable
ssay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful prce that the alarmin
cure without the dangerous use of internal
onting out a mode of cure at once simpe,
evertai seffenot ter what his condition
y be aure himself cheaply, private
er This Lecture should be in the hands
f every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt of six
e,ents or two post stamps.
Address the Publihers
41 Ann St., New York.
Post Office Box, 4586. July 12, 28-ly.
rftTl1~tained for inventors at
prices as low as those of
any reliable agency Cor
iventors and with those
who have stdnthei ivnns w( rejecedtb
md Manufacturers desiring trade marks
mdbl.If you want a Patent
EEl Iirough sketch. and a
.iuaKIIIIL~ full description of
will make ezaina
:ion in the Patent Office and if we think it
yatentable, will send you papers and advice
We reer to Honr ca D. Leggett, Ex-Com
nissioner of Patents, Cleveland, 0.; 0. H.
~ouisvile Ky.; Rev. F. D Powr, Washi
on, D C.; and to Danish and Swedish For
nLd star $for our -'Gie fo Obtaining
atent."Adolicitors of Patents,
Sep. 13, 37-tf WAsmINGTON, D.'C.
[E! ICE!! ICE !!!
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Respectfully informs the public that hay
ag placed his ICE MIACHINE in complete
rder, he is prepared for the season to fur
i UEIEinayq aniish
eUred atCEpo inan Coui,antiti e,
elivere atDpti- ouba t$ e
Stationery and Binding*
NHW STATIONERY UOUSE
E. R. STOKES
IIAS just opened, in the new and hand
some building immediately opposite the
Phenix office, on Main street, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, ol
all sizes, qualities and of every description
Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cup, Me
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperia
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, 0
manufactured into Blank Books of any sire
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
In endiess variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and loettu
Books, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARCHITrEC rS and DRAUGHTSMEN wiI
find a complete stock of materials for theis
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Botrds, Oi
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teacher
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countlesi
Also, i most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubbei
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Bak.
gammon Men and Boards: Visiing andW
ding Cards, and everything usually kept is a
First Glass Stationery NWwe,
Which the subscriber Intenda this shall be. -
He will still conduct his BINDERY anW
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, whict
has been in successful operation for ove
thirty years in. this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his-own. personal at
tention. His stock will be kept up -full an
complete, and his prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
patronage.E. R. STOKES, Mate Street,
Nov. 15,46tf Opposite Phaanf OMe.
BOOK STORE t
$2.50 PER. ANNUI.
LA BELS,I- TICKETS,
NOTE HEADS, 0 STATEMENiS,
LETTER HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS
B IL L HEADS, TTINVITArTIONS,
PAMPHLE rs, HAND BILLS,
Etc., &c. .ET LC., &c.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
An elegant lot
Invitation and Wedding Papers,
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCH.
he., ho., ho
ERPIALD BO0E STQUE.
PAPEE of al kinds,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT TH
HERPALD 300E STORE.
SCHOOL BOOKS, and all other kinds ok
BOKS, ora rticle in te STATIONERY
T. F. GRENERI,
Editor HERALD and Proprietor Book Store.
Something New, Bea
Cheap for o~v
ering and Or
Nothing has come before the public in
ur estimation so practical and economical
is the Abrams' Metallic Grave OGover. It is
~ertainly -just the thing that the people
~ant, aind we are now introducing them.;
'or sale single or club rates.
Also, Territorial Rights for sale of the
'ollowing Counties, viz:
Spartanburg, Union, Laurens, Edgefield,
&bbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Pickens and
Call and see specimen at John B. Mar
in's Buggy Emporium.
Any further information wanted will re
eive prompt attention by calling on or ad
resg W. H. WISEMAN, Agt,
May 5, 18-tf. Ne wberry, S. C.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DR UG GIST,
NO. 131 AIEETING STREET,
tNTT A lIT 1~-imrv~T C~ I'
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Passenger Trains run daily, Sunday exeepted,
connecting with Night'fraine n South Carolina
up and down. On and after Monday, May 29,
the following will be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia. .............. 7.46 a In
Al6ton...... .................. 90 a m
" Newberry.......................10.50 a m
Cokesbury....... ......217 p m
" Belton. ............... 4.00 p m
Arrive Greenville...............35 p m
Leave Greenville.................... 8.06 a m
" Belton......................... 9.56 a a
" Cokesbury.............11 88 a m
SNewberry........ ......2.0 p a
" Ain... ........ 4 p m
Arrive Columbia..~..i.............. .56 p M
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge- ail Road.
Leave' Waihalla at........ ..... . 6.- a
Perryville ................... 7.00 am
" Pendleton.... ...... 8.2 a
" Anderson..............850 ama
Arrive at Belton.. 90 am
Leave Belton at. 4.00 p'm
" Anderson 5. % 1
" Pendleton . . 6.00 p a
" Perryrlft.......- 6XPA
Arrive at WalWala.... 7.6 p i
Accommodation Trains run an Abbeville
branob WddbdW v9xvnFr#qya. 0
Anderson i; ,be*wee Befton M&a AAM9
" 8Z AM 'l Sept.
JAS Z NoxToN, Genet- TiWk Agent.
South arolina-aUroad CJ.spaRg.
CoLUxNZA C May 21,876..
ON and after this date t 4e Tu- in,6
on the South Carolina Esil Road ran as
DAY PAMMOUM TRAW-4b=DTS XkdXVTCD.
Leave Columbia at............. 8.40 a
Arrive at Charleston at . . .4.0 pm
Leave Charleston at .. .00 a 3
Arrive at Couba&..............500 V M
Arrive at Charlestonat.....
Leave Charleston at...........................7.10 p a
Arrivest n01821M xL........0.......N.0as
Camaen Train wil .rn WCWmbia.
on Mond',Wedndays ad
Axrive at Columbia i................1 P a
8. SIOLOMON% IGM. 1310 .
S. B. Picxzxs. Genes TMWAgaL
SPMRTADUR h1A,L UM
The following PuBew m. be qps
rated on and after Auf 1876:
Downward-Mooda, anit .
Arrt JE-"AlFM W
Spartanburg.. JAS RL pb
e.......... 10 i
Jonesrille........... 10.66 ILO L*" SA
Unonvlle......... 11.4 1
Santc. . L.... 2.561
Fish Dam...... 1.25 JamU
Shelton....... 1:00 ?5 f
LyWes Ford.... 2.Z 2.8 .N4. -9
ggrothm....... 2 20
,1E. 11pm inent.
Csto.....,... . a.Js u .: 187.
Cse onnfetin adue wt rev n
CLvoumbia,in-tge at Trin -n arrivp.
LearetFlornce toco- - to- 2.15a.'s
Arrive a .lmntf~ DEVIE7S, .
Leave Wolumiago, -. - - - 9.00 p. a.
Leave Florence, 0 - - -, 11565p.ma.
Arrive at Columnbia, - - .- 4.00 a. a.
Makes throug conncin,alri,Nortan
mounh. Through ticketsasol bc
ed to all principal points. 'Pufl n
A. Form, General Pasengeahtigmt.,
Charlotte, Columbia & Auagi..E.
The followig assen Sceue be ope
Leave Augusta..............4. P. N.
Arrive Cobi a.. .......... '.35P. N.
Lave Columbia...,.......... ..9J6 P.KN
Ardive Charlotte. ......,..5.15 A.XM.
Leave Charlote...;-....... K .
Arrive Columbia................. A.
JAS. ANDERONGeneral Sept
A. Eora, Gen. Passenger a)Tlchst Aueut.
ateads, Bureaus, ~bS..7 O~#
.Cae(Work1:#R .@@ 00i 04 &
paired on liberal terms. .
Oct9 deSf. M-n1 EARMU.
-THE SUBSCRTBRR haa constantipon~
hand a fullassortii6nt of tiaboe spfrovid
.ueses, of diB6rent patderanr,"beEdee cGlas
to irnih atver reaonale ams with
Persons desTrousof having esses satby
railroad will have-ihem ese otajgs
A Hears isalways on hand and will be
fnished at the rate of $10 per day.
sce respcfulyssks for tdnaton
oft..sme a.n.ss.r.s.h.,.ble ahat
no effort on his part wiUbesparw" torender
the utmost satisfaction.
Weiberr'y 8. C.,July 81.
Apr. 5, 1$87-4-iy.
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