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9 10 2 1
A correspondent writes to the
Grange Bulletin as foIlows upo'
The reply to this inquiry can b(
condensed into two words. T(
wit: injudicious management. T(
begin with, too many three, four ane
five-year-old trees have been plant
ed. The rows have been pul
too close together. In fact sc
close have the trees throughoul
the West becenplanted, that wher
they have acquired their ful
size and spread of limb that th<
brauches touch. The first step iI
the right direction will be tc
planit one and two year old tree
not less than forty feet apart eal
Another cause of failure that i
overlooked, is the allowing of th(
SOil beneath the trees to becom
nearly as solid and compact as
road bed. In tis case the soil r
near.v al estitute o umu
on account of close pasturing, an(
it is no wonder the orchard starves
Nt onfly must the orchard b<
fed with ashe~s. rotten ehip ma
nure, leaf mold, dcatyedi leaves
ings of horns an.1 parings C
hoofs, animal hair of all kinds
tagr locks and refuse wool,.leathei
chips and shavingzs. but the soi
beneath the branches andi at th<
extremfities of the ro,ts must b<
loosened up so as to admit direetli
to themi the rain that falls. HIear~
clay soils, miade jipermecable b~
the tramping hoofs of anuna~L
mronth after month renders the soi
water-proof bene~ath the trees
jn ilry climates where irrigation U:
a necessity, and the soll is a 1eavi
clay, circular depressionls are
madle about the tree to the depti
of a foot at the extremitieS of th<
limibs, the depth bein:g lessened a
the stem of the tree is approached
and this space is then filled witl
sand an.d saturated with water an'.
It will pay to loosen the so]
beneath the trees on thousands o
sterile knobs along the heads o
water courses, and throw out som<
of the hard clay so as to form
horizontal elongated basin at eaci
tree, to which should be returnet
the muck or mold found in th<
This work can be done in th<
winter. Let some one make
beginning. If no other way, thei
plow up the old orchard now-h ar
row the ground smoothly, plow:
series of horizontal furrows along
the hiie, so at to obstruet th<
tiow of water at the roots of eaci
tree. Top dress liberally witi
muck from the creek, decayet
leaves and vegetable mold froru
the woods, and in .February seet
down heavily with red clovei
and orchard grass, and down un'.
decay, year after year, let thes<
substances grow up, fall and thir
out ti.e branches of the trees
from the top dlown, and noi
%rm the bottom up, an1d theC or
chards that are now comnpletelt
v.rthles willl begii to be th<(
Es. ian Wu~n:njt.-Egg arc
a lost irndi.-nae tonny house.
..ld nl oli anmn .f the year.
jj... ) I '~ t * ~ to do
11"f t jr81 W.hieh the ail
paSss to tne iIl:k r egg and gradu
- 0Id';!yI co l, I m:A pr,oduces putre
1Q11 ;\~V~ 1i!? Xl~IT I C
att.s ~ ~ ~ .4 ishae rp r t
t t ~ i r'l h t
TV maItter whi-ch w-illel-eh
smllv end te wI keep. gtoo fo
oInths thot, howevcj-. as goo0 1a
11'resh eggs, but abouut equally a
oo for all cu,irv purposcs -A
fresh ones. It is an eesv and ch ta
wey of keep:lg eggs. They ar
affected more or lEss by the sub
stance with which they are smeare I
For this reason lard or grease i
not suitable, as it soon become
rancid, and as it comes in contac
with the egg through the pores, i
should riot be used. But mucilage
Slveerine,"glue,'paste madelof Cori
etc.. suitable. With thi
instruction ariv of our farcr gII
can (To to work intelligentlv ua
preserve eggs, so aS to make nic
C1es when the beaux comes.
[Iowa State Register.
FAFm AccorNs.-Let any fai
aier make the experiment and OU
word for it, he will find it both ir
. feretinz useful to kesp,a&
tailed account of all the outgoes an<
I incomes, and he will know at th
end (.f the year the actual profit
of his occupation. Let everythinm
therefore, which can be measure<
an weighedf be so tested ; and le
that which cannot be brought to o:
Iexact standard be estimated as
tefarmer himself were about i
sell or purch ase it. Let him alst
as nea as poSsible, measure tb
r"oundc which he has cultivated, thi
qjuantity of seed used, and the mar
areC applied. The labor required i:
d ong this is nothing compare
with theo satisfaction of having don
it and the benefits arriving from il
Conjecture, in these cases, is pe
fectly wild and uncertain, varyin;
often, with different individuals, a]
most one 100 per cent. Exactnes
enables a man to form conclusion
which may most essentially, and ij
innumnerable ways avail to his ad
vantage. It is this alone that cai
give any advantage to his experi
ence ; it is that which will make hi
exeience the sure basis of im
provemaent; it will be pat in his pox
er to give safe counsel to his friend
The cost is not much and sinks int
insgnificance when compared to
lawsuit which often follows an ignc
rance of dates, purchases, sales, &c
&c. Try it and begin at once.
To POLISH STEEL.--4ix half
pound& of fine emery powder wit
the same g:ntity of soft soap, an
add a small piece of soda. Sim
mer this over a slow fire for tw
hours, to extracv all the moisture
Rub on with flannel, and finis
with plenty of dry whiting.
BcEma CooKIES.-l cupful c
sugar, 1 cupful of butter, 2 eggs
1}- teasp)oonf ul of creami-tartar,
teaspoonful of saleratus, ar.d cara
way seedi or lemon extract. Thi
makes 40 or 50 cookies, which wi]
keep for mnonths.
DELICATE CAKE.-Mix 1. cupfu
of butter, 2 cupfuls of pulverize<
sugar, 1 cupful of sweet milk,.
cupfuls of flour, 2 teaspoonful
cream-tartar, I teaspomful soda
nd th?e whites of 8 eggz beatei
JLLY C AKE.-1 cupful of sugar
capLul of sweet il~k, 2) cupful~
of il.ur, :3 eggs, yeilcs and white:
*ea .separ:~ately, 1 teasphOnfu
eramtarttar. and 1? teasp>oul? oi
ila A sipl ango cae
To prevent being anlnoyed b:
IA.s '1 night;, put two undercsheCet:
-n ih -- and a rs as
kav het'1w:e-. Tis~ wll not si ai
and i . no1supesata h
pal k; as ofp the ll w s toretors.
eavy chaik-maok lai a fiom ng
- ev hl-ar adafn
es dijstance from your s uger- bos
and all around (there must be uc
45 Years Before the Public.
FOt TUE CT~RE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver ComApkint,
kN')I-! Si' K. HKADAC-..
edge M . in.sso rs
sure; som hl" . is inthe lft
side ; the :_ rs y ab to lie
on the t ; : taepa
is felt un..- th!, .,iudr lad. and
it frequenti': xLad to Jhe top of the
shouldcr. I:d iS sometims mistaken
for rheum s ia clic ar:n. The stom
ach is d ;th loss of appetite
and sic ; eowels in general
are costive', sem imes alternative with
lax; the head is troublcd witfh pain,
accompanied wah a dull, heavy sen
sation in the back part. There is gen
erallv a consirable loss of memory,
accompanicd with a painful sensation
of having leRt undone something which
ought to have been done. A slight,
dry cough is sometimes an attendant.
The patient complains of weariness
and debility; he is easily startled, his
feet are cold or burning, and he com
plains of a prickly sensation of the
skin; his spirits are io; and although
he is satisfied that crcisc would be
t beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try it.
In fact, he distrusts every remey.
Several of the above symptoms attend
the discase, but cases have occurred
where few of them existed, yet exam
ination of the body, aftcr death, has
shown the LIVER to have been exten
AGUE AND FEVER.
DR. C. MCLANE'S LIVER PILLS, IN
CASES oT. AGUE AND FEVER, wher
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to
or after taking Quinine. We wouk
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a FAIR TRIAL.
as a simple purgative, they are un.
-BEWARE OF ]MITATiONS.
S The genuine are never sugar coated.
Ev-ery box has a red v:ax seal on th<
tlid, with the impression DR. McLANE':
The geni .ne McLANE's LAvER PILL
bear the signa"1tures of C. McLANE an(
SFLEMIN~G IRo. on tfe wrappers.
Insist u' on having the genuine DR
C. icA IV LER IrLLS, p)repared b'
Flemc~ingi o.,o Pittsburgh, Pa., th<
maret ee anof imitations of th
name Mci L (ni, speiled differently bu
GIC~LMORE & SO.,
Attorn~eys at lawr,
Successors to Chipman, Hosmer & Co.,
629 F, Street, *Washinigton, D?. (
American and Foreign Patents'
ikts procuedi in allcourtries. NO FEES I
aUvascE:. N o change unless the p,atent is granl
ed. No fees for making preliminary examint
tions. 2No additional fee-s for obtaining an
conducting a rehearing. Sp!ecial aItten;tion give
to Interference Cases before the Paiteut Oio
ExtensionS before Congrress, Infringement _Sui:
in, diff'erent States and all litiation& partai
to loventions or Patents. SEND sTAMF FO
FAMPHLET OF sixTY PAGES.
1Uzited States Courts and Departments.
Claims nrosecuted in the Supreme Court of tli
United St'ates. Court of Claims. Court ot' Con
missionmers of Ih:b:tma (laimis, Southern Clain
Comnmission and. all sorts of war claims befor
the Executive D)epartmlents.
Arears of Pay and Bounty.
OFFIeEIRS. SoLDIERs ud ILoIIs of the lai
wnr, or their hirs. are in many cases cutitled
money from the GIovernment, of wich the
have nio knowledge. Write full history of sei
vice, and state amount of pay and bount
rceived. Enclose stamp, and a full reply, aft<
examination, will be giv en yoni free.
All Or CleEns. soLDiRSs and s.iztoRs wounA
ed, ruptutred or injured in the lite wvar. howey<
slightly, can obtain a pension, many now receni
ing pensions are entitled to an Increase. Sen
stamp and information will be furnished free.
United States General Land Office.
SContested Land Cases. Prii.ate Land Claim
Mining Qre-emption and Homestead Case
p.osecuted before the General Land Ofice an
Deparwwn.t of the Interior.
Old Bounty Land Warrants.
-The last Report of the~ Comraission.ars.cf ft
General Land Otiee shows 2,897,5.0 a.cs .<
Bounty Land Warrants outstanding. These wet
issued under acts of 1855 and prior ac.s We pa
cash for them. Send by registered letter. Wh6r
assignments are imperfect we give instructior
to perfect them.
~ ach departmnent of our business is conducte
Iin a separate by.reau, under the charge of eXpo
rin.ced lawyers and cler.
sy au of error or fraac, ruany attorgy
are "suspended froml practisce befoire the Lensio
and other offices each year. Claimants whoi
attorneys have been thussuspended will be gra
tutouuly furnished with full information an
proer papers on application to us.
Aa- we chkarge no fee unless sucessful, stamp
rrerapcostage should be sent us.
Libe ra1 ar-naeutZ made with attorneysi
all'cidses of busln.esi.
. oxGILMOR E & CO.,
PO.Bx44. Wtishington, D). C.
WASH INGTroN. D). C., Novemnber 24, 1866
1 take pleasure in expressing my entire conti
dence in the responsibility and fidelity of th
Law, P'atent and Collection IIouse of Gilmore
GEORGE HI.B. WHITE.
(Cashie:r of the National Metropolitan Bank.)
This commodious edifice, situated o1
MAiN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. ()., an<
is now open,, and: nvites the p;eople one an<
C toP ed n-i knlow wh:?t canb hne at al
D1'':- or (1pperc, ifor TWNTY-F'iVf
t *~* . pa o in tl I' rties.
1 wel fur. ha tab*l..1~ e, etc..
como~*, I'hh' to every o::c.
Sii.VING .AND Ui;Ai D'SSXiM
Pi Stre:t exL d'>or to D r, Geciger's OfIlice
CoiA;.iBI A. S. C.
Room newly litted and furnish~ed, and gen
tlyii tenttmCi to with celerity, af:er the
most approved stvles.I No. 2, 47- .
RARAINS IN RLANK BOOKS.
E00I0. IS iL H -
THE LEADER iN LOW PRCES,
O i loit(. puoIl)le.2LCJ seiC' to the .
r, INF NITESIKtAL SMALLYL
A :kOUNT IN CASH
Will buyL lur-- qua:11i%y of,
is UlYr ad:I(e at his 1orc.
STOCK FULL AND VAIOUS!
REACIIED AT LAST!
Desires that everybody may be
A Dollar Saved is a Pollar Made.
Iffrf-warne and Cuer'y
LOW PRICE f'OYVON,
The undersigned ask to e di at.-nion 0
th10 urmrs and Mechaines to their nC
of Al kinds,
STEEL S -APES
Of the "Avery Patent."
0f all grde ad price
Mek2s, Gubing3~ oes, &
A s,a spienliid lot of
Carpente~rs' and B3lacksmiths
.i hain jf t prier s that will me et the 10'.'
p ile of cotlmn. Calin and see for yourselves
at th IL-.da re Store of
No. 3, MiiohONH R1ow.
NEW LOT OF BUGGIES
The lot comnprise Single, Double, To;
eBugies'i' and lRockaw~ays.
SCome and Get a Bargain.
Bottom prices for all our goods.
Feb ~, COPPOCK & JOHiNSON.
Look out for the best Swede's Iron,
Brade's C.rown Hoes, Axes of all kinds.
Trace Chiains, .c *'hey~ean be found al
rthe Hardware Store of
- ~ COPPOJCK & JOB.NSO.QX
Also, Agents for best mak~e of Buggie3
and Carriages. Jan. 15, 3-tf.
NOTIC TO FIRMEB8.
Also, a fresh lot of Wagon and Ridina
eSaddles, Wagon Breeching, Lines and Col
Slard, Sole and Upper Leather, liarness and
eWhang Leate 4Ji cf hich will be of
;fered at low prices.
SAg~enia fr all iids Mwchinery.
0CorPkoCK~ & JOjWNSON.
S Sep. 2, 1878-3o-tf.
SThe subscribers inform the public that
they have on hand EMBALMING CJASES,
ani are rneparedl to EMBAL M in a satisfaic
tokr'y anner. I he use of these cases
bodies can be k;ept thi.ou~gi all time w:th a
per.fed preservation of features. Thnose
-who wish our grvjees will c all on us. These
c;nbahinig cases~ ien beatifoi in their
ma~ke and we guaratntee them to be all that
is said of themi, or take back and refund
R, 0, 0JI1PMI & 8O0.
Dee. i1, 0-jy.
MANilOD: 11\i LOST, 1101 RESTO RED!
of Drm. Culverwel' Celebrated
EsLsay on1 thet. I licali cure ywith
1 i o Se.amial W~eakness,- InvoI1ltaLry
. "mitutl LisSes, JIPoTEN(V. Mental :.nd
Phiys.ical lineapacivJiy h..Idiments tto Mu,.
riage. etc.: al-so, C0'Nst:MI.'-, ErPILLisY
andoi IT. indee byIOI~ seclf-intiulgence or sex
Ia- Prie, inl a sealeda envelope, on Ly six
The celebrated author, in thti' admnirable
Essa'uv, tharly dtemonstra-tes, fromn a tirtyv
ve*iri'successfl p)niti. at the I1 ale r:n
(ngtco(equeces o1 seL.l% f-abus umy.b r:uli
Pll core,l with-tut thie dangrou useOi1 US
* n.erntl eic~'3i. or thapl 11iention of, the
hnfe poiting (nt a mad ou' ee ativ oncelii
wh~ i'-ivr abiulYeer no ma tter \vhiat his
eun I t 'my b. IImy Cluret himh.,e? ch e;ai,
iv, piva tely :and rahdically.
' g-Tisj Lae ciure should bea in the hands
of e'very VoUt h and( every man mn the lad.
sent.L u~nderi seal, inl a plaini envelope. to
anyI add~ress, post-paid. on receipt of six
cnts- or two p)ostaure stamps.
AXd 1ddress the, Publ1)ishers,
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL Co.,
41 Anni St., NEWV YORIK.
PotOrce Box. 4586. Jain. 22, 17-1y.
FRANK W. FANT.
00 AR E
VETCA HAE ILS.
Cd -. E
MO 12 4!.3 cooC
Ro!!e , in e:h: -lia . jer id5')
d=,=v ~ ~ 5 04 -0"-;
e2c. pa cC)lice i.< te with Fraus. Wsith
sjuL :'raP -, g i' I Ole on en :1Mill.
l , Roll
or Mill, for Steam or
Water Power, $150.
SEND YOUR OIDERS FOR
CANE MILLS and
COLUMBIA, S. C.
April I, 1878-114-. 1
9rugs # Fancyi Jrticles.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
B UGST OTF PRIE ST
coLum~I, s. C.
Itemioved to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
cals, Perfumneries, Toilet Arti.cles, Garden
and Field Seed.s, alvays in store and at
Orders promptly attended to.1
Apr. 11, 15-tf,
Wa4tches, Clocks~ Jewelry.
At the :New S ore, on loee Lot, I
I h'ive now on hand a l irge and elegant ~
WATCHES, CLUCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
TIOLIN AND GU!ITAR~ STRINGS, 4
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
lw F.nLJss YanrIy.
All orders t>y umil11 p'rmptly attenlded to,
Watchmakinig and Repairing1
Done Chieaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examin;e my stock and prices.
ffIarnes an~d Naddles. i
SUCCESSORt T0 M'EBB. yJNES & PARKER,
BCItween i'oold's Hotel and~ the 'o.t Uflice,) C
DE.\ LI.it IN i'
n;o-m to do *l kn is of work in this lin1e.
'sowkepon h..ia for sale, H ARNESS, n
SADE,&c., HiARlNEM~ LE'ATHR
S(OLE LEATHiER, UPP'ER LE~ATH'ER, &c.,I
of the best andi cea~pest. REPAIRING
and all ~ urk done to order -
cd oc 0a
o o U,gO
s A O
At which place may be found a god sE
LON C LOTHS, of the N >rana
LA\NNELS, SHAcLS, BOL
LEVA RDS, &c.
(CASS[ iERS, Scorer TIWEED)S
DOEISKINS and HIE 4VY KEB
BOOTS and SHOES,
iuclnding the Stitch D)own.
With most of the articles desired for fan
1hese goods are all FRtESEZL and selecte
~speciig for this market IlY AN EX'E~R 1
Oct. W, 42-tf.
E, R.T OKes
IIAXs just opened, in the new and hanm
honix~ Oitice, on Main street, a comtplet
onnriing Letter, C kp and Note Paper,
i.es, qualities and of every description
it Papers of' C:ap, Demny, Double-Cap, M<
um, Ro)y0, Super-Royal, and Imperk
izes. whi,h wil he sold in ny quatity, c
naifaeLI.url ito i3ilank Books of almy sitE
mfd rule;! to any pattern, and bound in an
;tle, at short notice.
:n ed leS Sity-l sOzes, colors ar:d qAld
)f every variety. Memoraudum and Pa
-looks. Uoct Books, [Ivoice and Lette
3ooks, Rteceipt Books, Note Books.
ARCHIECS and DRAUGHTSMEN wi
int a coplete stock of materials for thei
de Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolIh
iristol Boards, Postril P'aper and Boards, 0
?apr, Pnucils, Water Colors, in cakes an
Oxes, Brushes, C ayons, Drawing Pens.
SC 1100L ST ATION ERY
)f every description; a great variety of cot
enient and useful articles for both Teacher
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Porl
olios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countIes
Also, . most elegant stock of Gold Pen
nd Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubbe
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelibi
.nd Copying; 'Mucilage; Chess and Back
~ammon en and Boards : Visiting and Wed
ing Cards, and evedrything tially kept in
irst (ilass Stationery House
hich the subscriber intends this shall be.
He will still conduct his BINDERY ant
LANK BOOK MANUF'ACTORY and PA
>ER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, whici
Las been in successful operation for ove
hii yen;-s iis State. and to which hi
vill continneito devote is own wcsoni at
ention. His ~sto'cl will be kept up -ful an<
,orlete, and his prices will lie found alwavm
asatce apc4 1i hnges t~ hgre a share 'o
E. R. STOKES. Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Op posite Phoenix Office.
ORNING NEWS SERIALS
A NEW BTORY
BY A SAVANNAH LADY.
OF VEBlRUARtY 1sT,
V'ill be commenlced (' a New Serial Story ol
atbsorbing interest, entitled
WARP AND WOOF!
BY MISS R. 3. PHILBRICK.
T is beautifully written and intensely in
aresting story, illustrative of Southern
ba;acier a'nd Southerni life in town and
ountry, wiil. run .through several wee kly
~sues of the NEWS. Without anticipating
.ie interest of our readers, we can promise
i lovers of well wrought fiction a rare
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>L a aOis ort :u iieenn1 the Orange Culturie,
rtten expressly for* its pages by Mr. C.
odrigt. of FiorVida;. which wjll be found1(
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I orange growinjg. A niothier feature of es
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THE SECOND SECTION OF THE
WILLIAMS"TON, S. C.,
OPENS KONDAY, SEPT. 9. THE FALL
SESSION CLOSES DEC. 20.
rNew classes are formed at the beginning
of each Section ; so that pupils may joini
the schoo' Sept. 9th, as conveniently and
rprofitably as at any other time.
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and fast, address FINLEY, HAR1VEY & Co.,
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To the Traveling Public.'
The undersigned would respectfully in.
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that he has opened a BOA RDING HOUSE
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not far from the Depot. As the rooms are
well appointed, the table abundantly sup
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Mar. 28, 13--tf.
NzEWBERRY, S. C.
SHOP NEXT DOOR NORTH of POST OFFICE.
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SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
Spartan-ourg County, So. Ca.
OPEN TO VISITORS ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
Accessible from Union C. HI., on the
Spartanburg & Union RI. R , sixteen miles
South-east of the Springs, and from Spar
anbur G. 11 , twelve mih>s North. There
are geod Lvery Stables at each of these
RATEs 01- BoA!RD, coTtAGE RE.\T, &c.
F.'r Single Meals. ...........-.--$ 75
IFor a Day..............-----.-2 00
For a We&k per Day.............1I 7.5(
For a Month per Day............] 15
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per.mo.t...... ........-----10 00
Co aeRnt, whole cottage, 6 rooms I
per month........ e .-1
Water per. Gallon (vessels extra at
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Al wlvih Chapters on, A compe:e,t Wow
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THE UNEQUALLEDAS, LEFFEL DOUBLE
PORTABLB AND STATIONARY
Rs = 1U EA ENM . 1 .f0 -
SAW, FLOUR AND GIST MLLS.
U'APDG, PULYSAD IANGERS
Mar. 13, ..-iy. ~ -.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Passenger Trains run daily, Sunday excepted,
connectiug with Night Express Trains on South
Carolina Rail Road up and down, and with ,the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augrusta and Wilming
ton, Columbia arnd Augusta Rairoa ds. On and
aft'er Monday, November11, 1878, the following
will be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia, - - - - 8.15 a m
" Alston, - - - - 10.00 a'm
" Newberry, - - ---- - 11.28 a m
" Hodges, - - - 245p m
" Belton, , - - - 4.20 p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 5.56 p m
Leave G reenville, - - ,- 8.40 a m
" Belton, - - - 10.80 a m
",Hodges, - - 12 02p m
" Newberry, -- - - a.19) p a
" Alston,. -.- - - 4-30 p 1
Arrive Colurnbia,7 - 6.05 p ig
Anderson Branph and Blue Ridge Rail So~gd.
Daily, except Sundays, between B-elton aud
Andrson. Tri-weekly between Anderson and
Walhalla, viz: Leave Walhalla for Anderson
ondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; leave An
erson for Walhalla Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Leave Belton. at. 4,20 p mn
" Anderson 6.15 p m
" Pendleton 6.10 p in
" lPerryville 6.50 p in
Arrive at WaIhalla 7.30 p a
Leave WaIhalla at, . - - - 7.00 a mn
"'Perryyille, . - - 7.40 a 1
" Pendleton, - :. 8.30 a in
" Anderson, - - 9 26 a ti
Arrive at Belton, -. - 16.15 a ni
Laurens Branch Trains leave Laprens at 7.N
. mn. and leave Newvberry at 2.80'p. qg. onT)j
as, Thursdays an Situarday?'. **
Abbeville Branoh Train o'onneets at flodge's
ith down and' up train daily, Sundays ex,
cpe THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Sapt.
JABZ NORTON, General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHA RLESTON, November 9. 1878.
On and afterSunday next, the 10th instant,
he Passenget Trains-on tlisroad - Rl ran
s follows: t
(Sunday morning exceged.).
eave Charleston at... .9.15 a mn and 7.30 p mn
rrive at Augusta at.. .5.00 p mn and 6.55 a mn
(Sunday morning excepted.)
.eave Charleston at...7.30 a m and 8.30 p m
rrive at Columbiaat.1..35 p mn and 7.25 a m
(Sunday morning excepted.)
eave Augusta at....30~ a and. 7.30 p mn
rrive at Charleston at4 20 p m and 7.35 a mn
eave Columbia at..3.25 p mn and 8.00 p m
Arrive at Charleston at 9.45 pnandU.5 a
(Supdays excepted.) -
rrive at C!harleston.,..............4p
eave Charleston....................3 0 p in
Arrive at Summnerville. ......... 4.30 p mn
ACCOMMODATION PASSENGER AND
(Daily, except Sundays.)
eave Columbia at.............. (3.20 A. M1.
Arrive at Branchyllle at.....12.40 Noon
.ave Branchvilie at.. . ........105 P. M.
rrive at Columiaii at..........(.45 P. M.
Breakfast, Dinner and Supper at Branch
Close coufmeCtionl made at Columbia witit
he Charlot ta...olumibi: and Angusa Rail
andI to points North.- . --
Pasengers -for p)oints on the Greenville
ndl( Col umbi a Railroad ,'will hereafter leave
n .;0 1P. .M. Tranin.
S. S. SOLOMIONS. Glen. Supt.
S. B. PICyENS Gea. Pag's. Agent.'
PATANBiRG & ASHEVILLE R. R.,
~PARTANUR6, UNION & COL.UMBIA Rs Rs
The followin;g 1' senger Schedule wiil be run.
and after Monday, .ovember 4, 1S78:
DOWN TRAlN. GP TRAIN.
.Arrive.- Leave Arire: LeaYve.
2o1eman's.......... 1.0p ni3a.n.
ialudu........ t 2.-022Jp .9.0 lnC
- ryon City... -.484
i and uums........2
Lr Line Junct'ua l2
1atubr .40 6.0p. .108 a..'0
2le .54 p.6.930 1
2.4> - 9.21
artanburg.... 5.40 6.00 a.m. 7.10 6.80