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The successful farmer of the
present day, compared with his
grandfather of fifty years ago, is
unlike in everything pertaining to
agriculture as to be scarcely re
cognizable as the descendant of
those sturdy pioneers who boldly
attacked a. wilderness and carved
therefrom a home and a fortune.
The progress of agriculture, as
an industrial science, during the
last quarter of a century, is some
thing wonderful to contemplate.
The old-time plow, the harrow, the
sickle and the scythe are no more
to be seen, except in some remote
localities where the rays of the sun
of agricultural advancement have
been unable to penetrate. The
gang-plow, the mower and reaper,
the seed-sower, the horse-rake, the
cultivator, the threshing-machine,
the potato-digger, the stump-puller
and numerous labor-saving and
labor-increasing inventious are in
general use, and a man can easily
perform the labor which five or ten
formerly found oppressive. And
yet no channel of industry. has
been closed. New ones have open
ed, and the increasing needs of the
human race render the farmer's
labors a continual necessity.
The march of improvement will
not stop. No halt will be called.
The light which has penetrated the
farmer's brain will increase and
produce works far superior to any
thing we can now conceive. The
farmer will be a mud-sill no longer.
He will be a power in the land-a
ruler among the people. As his
intelligence increases, his social
status will improve. His profes
sion will become honorable and
manual labor will not be considered
Stick to the road you now travel
in, brothers, turning neither to the
right nor the left, no matter what
inducement; may offer. Seize every
new opport;unity for improvement,
and your children will remember
you with pleasure after your labor
upon earth is finished, and your re
ward in your future existence be
gun.-Son of the Soil.
WarCE BREED OF Fowns is BESTr?
-,udging from the practical ex
perience of successful poulterers
and from our own efforts, the
Plymouth Rock bird, tbe wbite
Legborns and the light Brahmas
will be found quite as profitable as
any others. Profit will depend
largely on the system of the man
agement. If chickens are to be
the chief source of income the
light Brahmas wvill succeed best.
They will be fit for broilers at a
very early age, excellent roasters
at six or eight months, and juicy
and tender at a year old. Leg
horns wvill produce the greatest
number of eggs, especially in
warm weather ; but they are too
small for poultry, and their flesh
is inferior. They are very pre
cocious, laying at four months old.
They can be raised after it is too
late to hatch Brabmas. The Ply.
mouth Rocks holda place between
the Brahma and Leghorn, and are
profitable for producing either
eggs or poultry. Raising chickens
shoald pay a profit of nearly one
hundred per cent., but if neglected
they will run one in debt. The
smaller the flock the greater the
individual yield. Fifty hens are
the largest number that should be
allowved to run in one flock.
[N. Y. Weekly lleiald.
DRED BEEF FaIZZLED IN CREA M.
--Chip the beef thin as paper with
a very sharp knife. MIelt in a
frying pan butter the size of an
e~cr stir the beef about in two or
WHAT Is MOST PROF[TABLE.
Inquiries are frequently made as
to which is the m>st profitable
branch of farming. It depends on
several contingencies. In some
places corn-growing and pork-rais
ing, in others woo!-growing, and in
others dairying are steadily profit
able one year with another. Where
circumstances, such as rich corn
land, healthful, dry pastures, or
abundant grass, with pure water,
fav: - one or the other of these
specialties, it is best to fall into
them and to keep to them. But for
general purposes special crops or
employments are rarely suitable,
and mixed farming is the best re
liance. This implies the culture of
roots, grass, and grain, chiefly for
feeding to the stock, and only part
ly for sale. The aim must be to
distribute the produce so that a
good portion comes back as soil
manure, and the soil is kept im
proving constantly in fertility and
freedom from wceds. Then imme
diate advantage can be taken- of
any exceptional condition of things,
and if grain does not pay, meat
and wool may be made, and if grain
happens to be high, it may be sold,
and some cheaper feed .be bought
to replace it. A sharp farmer who
has some capital;and can turn about
at short notice, will never be caught
in a poor year without at least
average profit from his business.
~ .- 4
RIcH FEED FOR MILCH CoWS.
Poor feed will make thin and blue
milk, which will yield but little
cream. If you would have rich
milk, the cow must be supplied
with rieb food. Next to good feed
there is nothing more essential to
a cow's making good returns at
the pail than her bodily comfort.
She needs a good bed to sleep on,
good quarters to live in and pro
tection from extreme beat as well
as cold. There is just as much
sense in arguing that it would
be better to have her out of
doors all winter because she
would then eat more bay than
if she were comfortably housed,
as to claim that she must be com
pelled to stand in the hot sun all
summer, because, if she is given
shelter, she may not keep feeding
every moment, and shade in pas
tures is as essential as tight barns
and dry stables. To begin with,
a pasture whbich is so short that a
cow cannot get all the feed she
needs in half the time isn't fit
to keep a cow in. Cows which
reach the pasture by six o'clock
should be full by ten, and the time
from then until three or four in
the afternoon can be much more
profitably spent "taking ease un
der the trees" than grubbing
about under the blistering sun.
CURE FOR CONstTMPTIoN.-A cor
respondent of the Southern Planta
tion writes as tollows about the
power of a well known plant : "I
have discovered a remedy for pul
mon ary consumption. It has cured
a number of cases after thbey had
commenced bleeding at the lungs,
and the hectic flush was already
on the cheek. After trying this
remedy to my own satisfaction,
I have- thought philantrbopy re
quired that I should let it be
known to the world. It is the
common mullein steeped strong
and sweetened with sugar, and
drank freely. The herb should
be g'athered before the end of July,
if convenient. Young or old plants
are good dried in the shade and
kept ini clean paper bags. The
medicine must be continued from
three to six months, according to
the nature of the disease. It is
very good for the blood vessels.
It st.rengthens and builds up the
system, instead of taking away
strength. It makes good blood and
takes inflammation away from the
lungs. It is the wish of the writer
that every periodical shbould pu blish
this recipe for the benefit of the
human family. Lay this up, and
keep it in t.he house ready for use.
To BAKE BEEF.-Lay the meat
on some sticks in a dripping pan
or other vessel, so that it will not
touch the water which it is neces
sary to have in the bottom. Sea
son with salt and paper, and put
in the oven three or four hours
before it is wanted on the table.
Baste it often with the water in
the bottom of the pan, renewing
it as often as its gets low. This.
makes sweet, juicy, baked beef.
The great secret of it is, not to
have the meat touch the water in
th bottom or the nnn nd bosfe
TUTT'S HEED THE PILLS
TV TT'S PILLS
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TTSV hMv PILLS
TUTT'SRESPECTFULLY offered byILLLS
TUTT'S W. H. TUrTT, M.D., for many PILLS
TTT years Demonstrator of Anatomy in PILLS
the Medical College of Georgia.
TUTT'S Thirty years' experience In thePILLS
T UTT'S practice of niedicine, together with PILLS
TUTT'S fifteen years' test of 'lutt's Pills, PILLS
TUTT'S and the thousands of testimonials PILLS
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diseased liver. Thiev are notre-PLS
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TUTT'S Affections. Female Complai its. &c.. PILLS
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ever ,roven so successful as DR.
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This unrivaled preparation has per
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that are recorded in the annals of
history. Patients su: ering for years from
the various diseases of the Lungs, after
trying d:tIerent re:medies, spnding thou
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor
ing, have, by the use of a few bottles,
enlirely recovered their herlth.
"WOW'T 00 TO FLORMOI"
New Yorl:, August 30,1872.
D R. TUTTi:
Dear Sir: -Whon in Aiken. last winter. I used your
Expectorant for my cough. an - realized more benofit
from it than anything I ever took. I am sa well that
I will not go to Flori:la next winter as I intended.
end me one dozen bottl-es. by expresI. for seine
friends. *ALFRED CUSHING,.
1S3 West Thirty-at Street.
Bo3ton,,TJanuary 11, 1874.
This eertifies that I have recommended the use of
Dr. Tutt's Expectorant for dsaes of the lunga
for the past two years, and to my knowledge many
bottles have been used by my patients with the hap
piest result3- In two eases where it was thought con
irmed consamption had taken place the Expectorant
effected a cure. R. H. SPRAGUE, H.D.
"We can not speak too highly of Dr. T utt's Ex
pectorant, and for the sake of suffering humanity
hope it may become more generally known."-CIals
Sold by Druggists.Prc$10
Mar. 14. 1877--I1-1y
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John A. Workman, as surviving Executor
of the last will and testamnent ot John F.
W. H. Webb, Cordelia B. Webb, John E.
Webb, M. E Harrin:gton, H. 0. Har
rington, Henry B. WVebb, Ora Webb,
William Webb, Thomas S. Webb, and
G. H. Walter and Company, Defendants.
Copy Summons.-For Relief.-[Comiplaint
To the Defendants --William H. Webb, Cor
delia B. Webb, John E. Webb, Margaret
E. Harrington, Hugh O'N. Harrin~gton,
Henry B. Webb, (ira Webb, Wiliiam
Webb, Jr., l'homas S. Webb, Geo. H.
Walter, Eugene R. Walter, and W. J.
You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
which is filed in the office of the Clerk of
(ommon Pleas, for the said County, and to
serve a copy of your answers to the said
complaint on the subscribers at their office,
at Newberry Cour t House, South Carolina,
within twenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service ; and
if you fail to answer the complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for relief de
manded in this complaint.
Dated 7th August, A. D. 1876.
POPE & FAIR,
H. C. Moses, [L.s.]
To the Defendants-Henry B. Webb, Ora
Webb, William Webb, Jr., and Thomas
Trake notice that the summons in this
action, of which the foregoing is a copy,
was filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas, at Newberry Court
House, in the County of Newberry in the
State of South Carolina, on the '7th day of
August, A. D. 1876.
POPE & FA IR,
20th day of March, 1877. 12-6t.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. James
. Leahy, as Judge of Probate, I will make
A final settlement of the Estate of Dr. James
K. Gilder, junior, deceased, on Wednesday,
11th day of April next, and thereafte?r ap
ply for a final discharge as Administrator.
THOMAS M. NEEL,
As Admn'r. Est. of James K. Gilder, jr.,
de'd. Mar. 12, 1877-11-1m.
Seegers' v ss Cincinnati Beer.
The Cincinnati "Gazette" makes the as
tonishing announcement that Cincinnati
Beer is no longer purE, but adulterated
with molasses, sugar of starch, fusil oil and
the poisonous coichicum.
J. C. SEEGERS guarantees his Beer to
be pure and reliable. He does not adulte
rate it, but brews from the best barley,
malt and hops. Feb. 28, 9-tf.
Pro fessional Cards.
W. H. WALLACE,
A ttorne y-at-Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office over Harmon's Store, adjoining
HERALD Office. Oct. 25, 43-rf
M1rflTfl AT. NOTIVPCE.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The above well known
GUANO AND COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
is now offered for sale at the following places in this County. Consumers of this Guano
will find it fully up to laat years quality, which gave such universal satisfaction.
For circulars and pr ices, apply to
J. C. WILSON, Newberry. J. A. CANNON, Pomaria.
WHEELER & MOSELEY, Prosperity;
E. H. FROST & CO., Charleston, a. C.
Feb. 14, 7-3m.
Clothing and Hats,
CLOSING OUT SALE
FALAI WINR CLOTHIUG
1 YITT !AT
B. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLU71IA, S. c.
We have opened our CUSTOM DEPARTMENT with
Mr. J. E. .Phisioc in charge. Samples and directions for
measurement sent on application. Prices to suit the times,
but cash on delivery. Jan. , 5-tf.
Stoves, Tin Ware, S'c.
NTOVEN! STOVES!! NTOVEN!!! STOVES!!!!
KEENE & AUSTIN,
Have just received and are continually adding to their large stock of
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES,
Among others can be found the FARM1ER, DEXTER and KENTUJCKI N, all of which
arc made of the best material, heavy east expressly for the Southern Trade.
We ailso keep on hand a large stock of PL AIN, PRESSED and JAPANNED TIN
WARE, in fact everything that is usually kept in a FIRS ? CLASS STOVE and TIN
JO B W ORK A SPJEC IA LT Y,
Such as REPAIRING, ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING, &c.
O7 All work executed with despatch and satisfaction guaranteed.
INEIV 0STON rThe Commissioner of Agricuture, in hit
report for the year 1875, speaks as follows:
"Titere can be no doubt of the general
T mNC TY IHO adulteration of all malt liquors. In England
ci ? Nand other countries, where heavy penalties
are imposed, and an increasing vigilance
- practiced to detect and punish such frauds,
AND by a system of inspection of all malt liquors
AM . manufactured before exposed to sale, the
001 practice is very common. How much more
I7XIfIi1in this country, where there are no laws on
F LIaui3lhI~u OOBS the subject, and no officer to carefully ana
lyze the products of the brewery? Some
years ago, Professor Mapes, of New York,
AT Ianalyzed the beer from a dozen different
breweries, and all were found adulterated
Unrcdnel Low Prices, salof*drngs toaewes is a fiaeat
of the trade. This is perfectly infamous.
RIecfllyTnouc to the citizens of dgbtoi
Newberry that they have now in store anvethinfaoubsne.Teflowg
elegant and cheap stock ofisaetrc:'odugt,vnrofr
CLOTING FOR MEN AND BOYS,pesnshlselodlirtoayicsd
which embiraces a large variety of the te ob uh rsalsl rdlvrt
LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS I ny esno con fo ntutfr n
SUITS, which they canl sell at lower pric rwr elro rtie,aylqo
than ever before offered in this market, and fo htvrmtra h aemyb
to which they now invite attention. md;o n aeilo rprto te
They make a specialty in FINE CLOTHthnngodbrwml,frtedak.
COA TS, OVE RCO ATS, PA NTS, SilHRTS,igthcoooforsbr,ranmlse,
&c,an examination of which is only neces- vtil oe,qasa oclsidcs
sary to convince any one of the difference gan fprds,Gie epr roiw
in prices between this season and the last. ayatceo rprto ob sdi ot
H ATS for men anid boy1s of all styles andberfroasausitefrmltrhp;
grades, together with -FINE GAITERSanifayduitshlofednayofes
AND SHOES at prices which defy compe- Ipriuas uhpeaain c,salb
tition. fretd n a esie yayofcro
Call and make an examination before Iecs,adtepro oofnigsalfr
purchasing elesewhere, and see if you fi iehnrdpud.
cannot save money. beeswr ruh ogif n e h
No. 4 Mollohon Row. er
Oct. 4, 40-tf. dmgn eiie nve fteupe
Dry Goods A ..W~iinerg rwr;o h at nnw uniiso
THIS AND THAT ~tr
shuld, re clled te dete subtanctes
foendlie shu beer cTe appotentisons,
drOn at SnERS BEERn ohis pown vats.
The Populaarrimen pdsed lattoure
ANDNOODY HUT. HisMnfarO HOUssT E,own
Take plasue inannuncngdtaieru in B. drLuT, O IETOR,ayote
person, shallnellior delivertoaany license
ida,infunibirewe tir, e li of Pealmett oe.kown
Joypeso oLotsut f,rfn tusofr,an
hsc brwer, denaer ooetalay liur
caled besyi the narme- fteir solrvornt,
fomnibuatee allrials tem20 saer ay.b
Anexmnain s oictd,anorts any exrICMpeptON ofmAsss,o
CforfeKSN,ited,anacuersdba of cro
PRICES ALWAYS SUIT. WM. ETTENGER. H. P. EDMOND.
My stock of FANCY and ST APLE GOODs,
as well as NOTIONS is varied, large and
fresh.examination is solicited, and satisfac- R IC H M ON D, VA.
I:' J A e K A ON . Manufacturers of
Stationery and Binding
--i l0 R 110
NE'V T1TIONEItY HOUSJE
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
some building immediately opposite th
Phoenix office, on Main street, a complet
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, o
all sizes, qualities and of every description
Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Donble-Cap, Me
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperie
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, o
manufactured into Blank Books of any size
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in an;
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quat
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pas
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Lette
Books, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARCHITECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN wil
find a complete stock of materials for thei
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, O
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes an
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of cot
venient and useful articles for both Teacher
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Pori
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countles
Also, a most elegant stock of Gold Pen
and Peneil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubbe
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelibl
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
gammon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wei
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in
First 0lass Stationery House
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
He will still conduct his BINDERY an
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, whic
has been in successful operation for ove
thirty years in this State, and to which h
will continue to devote his own personal al
tention. His stock will be kept up full an
complete, and his prices will be found alway
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share c
E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phanix Office.
M. GOLDSMITH. P. KINI
PHINIX IRON WoIr
COLUMBIA, S. C.
GOLSMITH & KIND,
Founders aod Macioisb
Have always on band
Stationary Steam Engine
and Boilers for Saw
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
CAST1NGS of every kind in Iron or Bras
We guarantee to furnish Engines an
Boilers of as good quality and power. an
at as low rates as can be had in the North.
We manufacture, also, the GADDY 13
PROVED WATER WHEEL, which we re
comend for power, simplicity of construi
tion, durability and cheapness.
We warrant our work, and assure promp
ness and dispatch in filling~ orders.
GOLDSM?ITH & KIND,
Jan. 14, 2-tf. Columbia, S. "C.
Harness and ,Saddles.
F. N. PARKER
SUCCESSOR TO WEBB, .TONES & PAREJ
(Between Pool's Hotel and the Post Ofe
Having bought the E NTI RE ST OC.J
of the Harness and Saddle Man ufactoryc
Messrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I am pri
pared to do all kinds of work in this ine
Also will keep on hand for sale, HARNESE
SADDLE3, &e., HARNESS LEATHEI
SOLE LEATHIER, UPPER LEATHER, &e
of the best and cheapest. REPAIRINd
and all work done to order
At Cash Prices and at Shortes
Apr. 15, 15-tf.
C. M. HARRIS,
Cabinet Maker &Undertaker
Has on hand and will make to order, Bed
steads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sofas
Settees, Lounges, &c.
Cabinet Work of all kinds made and re
paired on liberal terms.
Has on hand a full supply of Metalic, Mi
hoany and Rosewood Burial Cases.
Cofns made to order at short notice, an
Oct 9 40 tf. MARTIN HARRIS.
CHR M S ad ine's
stock in the world. embracing over 3.0400
000 Chromios, Paintings and Choice Prints
at our enlarged A RT Rooms. All the ne'
and popular subjects at rock-bottom prices
The Falls of the Rhine, size 20r28-romanti
and grand; Scene on the Susquehanna, on<
of the hits of the season. size 19x27; Lak,
Luzerne. Switzerland, the most beautifu
lake in the world; Isola Bella, a charmin,
scene in Northern Italy, companion to th<
preceding; Off Boston Light, a beautifu
marine, size 14x20, in great demand; 01<
Oaken Bucket, White Mounatains, Niagarn
Fals, New port, Saratoga, Gathering Prim
roses. A t the Sea SThore, Paddy in Difficulty
Also Virgin Vesta, Snow Storm, Americal
Fruit, and other 24xs0 subjects. Floral Busi
ness Cards. Sunday School Cards, Statuary
Mottoes, Black ground Panels, etc. Als<
the finest and most complete assortment o
0xI1 Chromnos, both on white mounts, blut
line, and black mounts. gold line. Our stoc]
emraces everything desirable for Dealers
Agnts or Premium purposes. and all shouli
test our prices and quality of work. Th<
right parties cani realize an independenci
in every locality by taking an agency foi
our stretched and frame~d Chromo,s. Par
ticulars free. Illustrated Catalogue on re.
ceipt of stamp. Send for $3 or $~, outfit
Address J. LATHIAM & CO.,
419 Washington St., Boston. Mass.
Mar. 21, 12-tf.
BOOK STORE !
$2.50 PER ANNUM. A
1 CARDS,I BRIEFS,
r LABELS,I TICKETS,
, ENVELOPES, CIRCULARS,
i NOTE HEADS, 0 STATEMENTS, L
I LETTER HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS,
B I L L HEADS, T INVITArlONS,
PAMPHLETS, HAND BILLS, A
DODGERS, RI PLACARDS,
Etc., &c. IETC., &c.
PRINTED AT THY E
HERALD RINTING OFFICE,
S NEWBERRY, S. C.
An elegant lot
Invitation and Wedding Papers,
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JE LE TTR.
reenville & Columbia Railroad.
Passenger Trains run daily,'Sundayexcepted,
nnecting with Nigbt 'Trains on South Carolina
and down. On and after We&nesday, March
the following will be the Schedule:
eave Columbia.......................... 8.46 a m
" Alston...................... 10.80 a M
" Newberry-....................1.50 a n
" Cokesbury........................ 317 p =
" Belton............................ 5.00 p in
rrive Greenville.....................6.85 p a
rave Greenville........................ 7.45 a m
" Belton......................... 9-35 a in
" Cokesbury...........1. il a in
" Newberry....................... 2.28 p as
Alston ........................ 4.10 p m
rrive Columbia....................... 5.50 p in
Luderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road.
eave Walballa a.-................... 6.00 a in
" Perryville..--............. 6 46 a m
" Pendleton--------.-.--.......... 7.35 a m
" Anderson ....... ......... 8.85 a a
rrive at Belton............................... 9.25 a m
eave Belton at. 5,00 p in
" Anderson 6.00 p in
" Pendleton 7.00 p in
" Perryrville---.... 7.35 p m
rrive at Walhalla.... 8.16 p in
THOS. DODAMEAD, Geu'l Supt.
JABEZ NoRToN. General Ticket Agent.
auth Carolina Railroad Company.
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 18,1877.
ON and after this date the Passenger Trains
the South Carolina Rail Road wll run as
Al PASSENGER TRAIN-SUNTAYS -REX 1TED.
eave Columbia at..................... 8 40 a in
rrive at Charleston at........,...... .... 4.20 p in
eave Charleston at........................ 9.00 a in
rrive at Columbia at.................. 5.00 p m
NIGHT EXPRESS ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
eave Columbia at......................7.00 p m
rrive at arlestou at....................6.50 a m
eave Charleston at..........................915 p m
rrive at Columbia at..................8.15 a in
Camden Train will run through to Columbia
s Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
eave Columbia at................... 1 45p in
rrive at.Columbla at.................11 &)p m
Up Columbia Night Train conecte closely
ith the Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Gen. Supt.
S. B. PICKENS. General TicketAgent.
barlotte, Columbia & Asgasta . B.
GEnEL TICKET DE!z am,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Marcir]I, 1877. 5
The following Passenger Schadub will be ope
4ted on and after this date:
MAIL EXPREs8-GOING NORTH.
esave Augusta........... .. 8 45 P. M. .
.rrive Columbia....................12.A45.. M.
eave Columbia.................. ..12.55 P. I.
xuive Charlotte...................... 6.16 A. I.
MAIL EXPIES8-GOING SOUTg.
eave Charlotte...................... 9.85 P. M.
.rrive Columbia............... 8.2a A. I.
eave Columbia......................80 A. I.
.rrive Augusta........................ 7.a A. M.
[Runs daily, Sundays exmegted.J
eave Columbia, - - - - a.s.m.
.rrive Charlotte, - - -- 7.85 p. m.
eare Charlotte, - - - 485 a. in.
.rrive Columbia. - t - * 243p. m.
eave Columbin, . - - - 6.33a. m.
.rrive Augusta, - - - - 8.50g.in.
eave Augusta, - -. - - 6.00 a. mn.
.rrive Columb'io, - - - 2.28 p.mi.
JAS. ANDERSON, General Sup't
A. PopE, Gen.PassengerantiTicket Agent.
TIL.INBTO1U, 00.UMBiA ADBAUBSIA R. R.
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COLUMBIA, S. C., March31,13877. j
The following Passenger Schedule wilbe ope-.
ted on and after this date:
Night Passenger Train-Dafly.
eave Columbia, - - - - 22.10 a. mn.
eave Florence, - .- - - 4.2 a. in.
rrive Wilmington, - - - 3:5 a..
.-. GOING SOUTE.
eave Wilmington, - - - 7.4p. in.
eave Florence, ,- - , 12056a.mi.
zrive Columbia, - - - - 346a. mn.
This Train is Fast Express, m through
ynnections, all Iail, North and S , atd wa
~r line connection via Portsmouth. Stop oaly
Eastover, Sumter, TuimansviHe, iorence,
[arion, Fair Bluff, Whiteville and Fleinntn.
Through Tickets sold and b*ae0eUt
1pincipal poinis. Puulman y eepersi gght
'ay Passenger Train-Daily, ezoyepndays
eave Columbia, - - - - -M.0 a. in.
.rrive Florence, (Dinner) - - 3210 p. mn.
rrive Wilmington, - - - 5.20 p. in.
This train connects at(Camnden Crossing with
~e Camden Train, and at Florence with trains
r Charleston, Cheraw and Darliagtoa-,,Also
akes through connection at Wilmington for
ec North. T'tis train carries express and mail.
GOING SOUT H.
eaye Wilmington, - -> - 3235 p. in.
ave Flemington, (Dinner) - 156 p. m.
rriveFlorence, -? - * - 600p.m.
rrive Columbia, - - - - 9'.8p. mn.
This train connects with trains for Charlotte,
3rough Freight Train-Daily, except Sundays.
GOI NG NORT H.
save Columbia, - - - - 4'00 p.m.
save Floreuce, - - - .1O.00s..
rrive at Wilmington, - - - 9.30 a. mn.
save WiIlngton, w a , t'80 p. m.
save Floreoce, - - 2-.20 a. mn.
rrive at Columbia, - - - 10.10 a. mn.
Local Freight Train leaves Columbia, Tuesday,
mursday and Saturday only, at 6.00 a. mn. Ar
res at Florence at 8.8NDEp.ON.
A. Porn, General Passenger and TicketAgent.
SPARTANBURS & UNION RAIL.ROAD,
The following Passenger Sobedule wtl be ope
ted on and after Tuesday, June 6h
Upward-Tuesday, Thursday sdStp4.
DOWN TR AiN. UPB TRAITN.
Arrive. Leave Arrive, leave
tartanburg.... 9.0a .8.0pi.
tcolet...... 10.20102 25 20
mesv le...... 10.56510 L5 20
aionville......... 11.46523 ..36 2
Lntuc.........12.565 .0 1.3 22
shi Dam. 1.2..1..5....i1.20
ielton........1.50 20 1.1 1.0
ries' Ford...2.25 23 04 05
rot hers........ 245 25 02 03
10.2.58.4 22 9.80
C1secn.cto 0md itGrele 2.0d
12.n15 Tain-Sm.e1a2Trin o 120lhLI
~artnbug, o 1cnve 12.1nger t 12len0
Coe flongnende with re eaen
>DOWaTans Nags Tramsonari.li
mrtaCnur,tocon.ey..as.engers to Glenn'sf
rve folwbn edu.e.wi....be10.3rA.:
aye Cntonr. .. ..... 200.....8.P. H.
rive Helena...............1.23 P. H.
rive Clinton...............4 45P. M.
Do)nnects with up passenger train on Green
le and Columbia Rail Road at Newberry,
d with down passenger train at Helena.
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