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PUMPKINS AS A FARM CROP.
The value of pumpkins, partic
ularly, for milch cows or fattening
cattle, I believe is conceded by
most farmers, and their cultivation
is almost universally assigned to
the corn field. A few of our best
farmers plant them with their po
tatoes, claiming that their value is
greater than their cost or hindrance
in the cultivating of the crop with
which they were planted..:In' a
talk with one of the best practical
farmers of an adjoining town,.
years ago, he said to me that the
true way to feed them.is to begin
as soon as they are matured, so as
to liave-them all fed out, or housed,
before frost. For fattening pur
poses, he said, well ripened ones
were much the best ; for feeding
to milch.:cows to increase their
milk, greon ones_ would better ac
complish that purpose, but the
milk would not be as rich for but
ter making as wheifed on well
ripened specimens. I have found
this to be cNrrect after more than
forty years' experience. The ques
tigp;is aked by "'F G.'hher it,
is advisable to grow the pumpkins
either as .a sep rte crop or asso
ciated with corn. I think it very
doubtful if this could be answered
to WiiT sii~?ction of all th^e'iadors
of the conintYV Gentleman. Last
fall,-after the severe drought of the
suamer ~ant icobsequently short
fall feed, those farmers who had a
liberal supply of pumpkins to feed
their cows were highly pleased with
th~em, some feeding at evening af
ter milking, others giving them out
in the morning. In either case
there seemed but one opinion, and
that was that they were of great
benefit in the increased quantity
and quality of milk. The past sea
son we tried the experiment of culti
vating the pumpkin in the corn field,
in such a manner that the experi
ment was fairly conducted. Suppos
ing we had pumph'in seeds enough
to plant the entire field 1 neglected
to get more till I found that we vwere
short, and while I went for seeds
the men planted some two-acres of
corn without any pumpkin seeds.
We began cutting corn early in
September, and not having help
when we .began, myself and son
nearly finished before we had help.
The first day, when done cutting,
we looked over the ground and
were agreeably surprised at the
number of large yellow pumpkins.
-We also found that the corn was
much better than we had anticipa
ted, fearing the drought had cut
short the ears, which did not seem
to be the case. NWhen the entire
field of corn was cut there was no
perceptible difference between those
portions where we had planted
pumpkins or where none were
used. The soil was alike on the
whole field, and the manure was
drawn on and spread in an opposite
direction from which the corn was
planted, so it would seem that the
experiment was as fairly conducted
as it could have been if done in
tentionally. Usually where worms
or crows destroy the corn, or a por
tion of it, the crop of pumpkins
will be the largest, but in our field
this year such was not the case. In
some of the poorest portions of the
field and .also in the driest (or
gravelly soil) the stalks were not
quite so large as where the soil
was of a loamy nature. I am well
aware that a single experiment
does not settle the question, also
that different seasons no doubt
would show quite different re-,
suits on the same soil, and most
certainly would on different soils
and in different localities. A se
ries of experiments by different
persons, in different localities, would
in a short time approximate so
nearly to the facts that they might
settle the question. There is one
peculiarity about pumpliin seeds
that I have never seen mentionedl
to eat them .at will they become1
very weak after a short time. Can
any one tell me why it is so ? I
learned their benefit to swine by
noticing a breeding Berkshire sow
following where cows had been fed
pumpkins in their night pasture,
and picking up the seeds that
would fall out of them when broken
for the cattle, which. of course, the
cows could not eat. Seeing her so
busy, I thought it could not be c
grass she was eating ; so I went to
see what she was doing, and found
her busily engaged .-in picking up
the scattered seeds and eating them,
and she grew fat on that feed in
connection with pasture. Of late h
years we have fed them to our
hogs with good results.
(Coe. Country Gentleman.
AMATEUR BEE.KEEPI G.-In order
to make bee keeping pay it is ne
cessary that we prepare ourselves
for the business that we make a
success. First, we should be pro
vided with such books as treat on
apiarian science, read and study
them, until we have become posted
as to the nature, habits and in
stincts of the honey bee, that we
may be able to manage them, so as
not to cross their nature. in any
thing we may do. Whenever. our
acts are in accordance with nature
we shall be successful ; whenever we
do anything contrary it will inter
fere with their labor and prosperi- 1
ty. . If we would succeed we must
understand the best manner of
management. A man may have a
large number of colonies around
him and yet be very far from being
-a- practical bee-keeper. The_ hive,
the bees and alltheir surrpundings
must be kept in good 'condition.
Then? due attention, -in proper
tiae, -will insure :success. Without
the necessary knowledge it is use
less to be to any expense, or to
have anything to do with them.
Many- -persons now keeping bees.
receive no profit or benefit. Bee
keeping, when properly managed,
is a remunierative business, and is
especially adapted to men who
have become ~debilitated or are
advanced 'in life and3 ladies who
are dependent on their labor for
their ~support. 1t is an easy vd
cation and .within the ability of
invalide Many who are knot suf
ficiently stroni and healthy to
pelform hard labor can atis'nd to
an apiary, there .being but little
labor retiired -after:they are onca
put in proper condition. Thus it
will pay to devote a little time and
money to become posted in the
best and -most successful manage- u
ment. It is better to first send
and get ideas of' experienced bee
keepers than to learn by experi- t
mental knowledge just what to do D
and when-American Bee J1ournal.
CerTING o B D-n day
company arrivednunexpectedly. Sup- t
per was just over and no bread had c
been left. I had just taken from c
the oven some delicious-looking e
light bread,- but' it was too hot to
cut. We live in a country place F
where 'there~ is -no baker. In my
bewilderment, I happened to re
member -that in Mrs.- Whitney's .Q
Cook Book "Just How," she sug-.
gests heating a knife, in order to fa
split open a hot short-cake.- Why, ~
thought I, may not smoking-bot
light bread, be sliced with a hot A
knife ! It is the cold surface of b
the steel applied to the warm dough ij
that produces a disagreeable clam- 0
miness. I heated "my carving ~
knife and tried it. The bread
sliced beautifully, and as I piled it 2
up to bring to the table, I put it
on a plate upon which I had laid a
fresh napkin, for the contact of the -
hot bread with the cold plate would
have produced the same sodden
elamminess, on the surfaceg4 thet
lower -slice. Of course; I would
not recommend the slicing of hot
loaves except upon emergencies.
As, a fr-equent diet it might prove
injurious, but not more so thani
other warm breads.
BEEFSTEA Rous.-Cut a very
thick steak into pieces three inchess
long and-two inches wide; rub thef
inside with an onion cut in two.
n each strip of meat lay a very WI
thin slice of bread,., buttered on
both sides, and a little smaller in
size than the meat; sprinkle with
pepper and salt, stick a.-clove in a
each, and roll up tightly. Tie withI
vhite cord, roll in flour, and fry. '
When done remove the cord, and
serve with brown gravy or tomato
BRouzn VENISON. -Cut thin slices,m
mix stale crmnbs of bread with
IN 25CTS. AND St BOTTLES.
Its properties are Demalcent, Nutri
ive Balsamic, Soothing and Healing.
Combining all these qualities, it is the
nost effective LUNG BALSAM I ever
ifered to sufferers from pulmonary
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
< New York, voluntarily indorses it.
i -READ WHAT HE SAYS:
)r. TUTT New Yo k. Sept., 19. IK7.
Dear *ir-D-rin; this year I ^. i ed u ne ,undn-d
tes v( : se.-et! . In tho l .w. r w rds ua ue
ity the e sea i.ere oi a very sevie, tyi e. It was
he:e ny : tte:i iu w iscatlt.t.Tuc: s I.apuetst,
ad I confess I..y sar,,rise at its w .nder:ui power.
)uring a prlct:ce or twetay .wta. I have never
now:ta niedjiine to act as Ir'i:; dly. and wit hei h
a:p;y effects. It insta,.tly sutdued the mlst 'i.,i;:t
ts of coughing and invariably curt. the dlsa.aa in
few d:ys. I cheerfally indorse it as the b:t lung
aeuiue I evor u't d.
J. ier ANC?S HAYWOOD, M. D.
I NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
u:ieEve:ing News. August", Ga
)r. TUTT: Dear ,ir-31y lit'le son, was attacked
rith peumau last winter. : ilich, left, him, with a
ioent-cough. that iast"ed till wi:hi a itioLtil ,ince,
or the our. ui which I :t:a indebtd t.y:ur valuable
.xpectorant. I had tried io-t tv, eery t:.i:"g ree--ra.
aended, but none did any g,d u:Iti: I used yuur 1:.
ecto)rant. oue tiuLte of wl:ca e:,ved the cough
utirely. Wita mu1e.: L:tauk, I :: yours triy.
d,llN :u, WVi.iGLE.
Had terrible NICHT SWEATS.
- .Ietu;'his. i4 ., 1I II i.
)r. TUTT: Sir-i haw, been -it : i: e :: two
ears with a severe i ah. Wt :i I comnrin d .ta
.idg your ExtIr..: I wareuccd-tot a:::Irced
ud .lxteen n'U:::ds t we. 'tl. I had tdtd ainn:uat
verything ;1h.d .r:hs inat sw.aats. 1 have t:..n
Iali dozen bottlet. ^.:e niiht s\we ats ha"e lett ine,
he conga has disappeared, and it :o gai:ied ti e a
lmunds mo iesh. I rec.i:ed c i to a n y frinds.
Wi' gratrepeet, OLiVEIli .
Reader, have you ct::u a .~d .A: e .o up
ble to raise the le::u' . Ali:.u you an irrit:a
ion in the throat? A :: e uit oppresso uu
he lungs, with short beia.l l; y.u itve a
it of cOugh:i:ug 0a lyin_dr -a ' A sharp pain
\ow 'nd then iu the regon ot the heart, ho.!
Lers and bac'? If so, our Advice in take at
nice a dose of 1'utt's Ixpec:raut; you wilte_
>e able to r:aie tie phiegml. In ain hour repeat
he Expec:oraut, place a hot irou: to the feet,taike
wo of Tutt's Pills. You_ will soon lail into a
>eesant slcee) and wake up in the morning,
;ough gone, lungs working I r_ -nsy_ breath.
ug. and the bowels m:ovAg in a mnu-al inainer.
L'o prevent a return of these symptons use the
xpectorant se% e_al d _ys.
Affice, 35 Murray Street, N. Y.
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;RA.Y HuBr OR WHISKERs changed to a Goa
kLaCE by a single application of this DYE. It itn
rts a Natural Color, acts Istantaeou.sly, and is
s Harmless as spring water. Sold 'oyDrug~gists, or
ent by express on receipt of $1.
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Manuactuiredl only tundert the daore Tr:ade
[ark, Lby the~ EUROWPZAN s&AL LIC MtED-.
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nd America. The highest Medical Acade
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rthin three daysS.
Secret-The only dissolver of the poisonous
rc Acid which exists in the Blood of Rh?eu
tatic and Ciouty Patients.
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T. Leave'y, Esq.. 455i Washington MIaket,
N rs. E. Towne,43 East Nint h si reet,(ehlky
>raioni in the jointS), Chronie Rheamua
A. M.-Prag.er, 74 Newark atvenue, Jerseay
it y, Chtron ic Rtheumaut ismn. .
Wm E. Arniold, Esq., 12 Weybonmet st reet,
roience. IR. I., of' twenty years' Chronic
Joh n B. Titrtugate, 10o Sanchez street. San
rancti'sco, Neuralgia a-nd Seiatica.
R1 MALAIIAL. I NTER3I1'TENT AND) CHROtNIC
FEVElds, CHILLS, OR AuUE.
ALICYLICA IS A CERITAIN CURE,
perseding entirely the use of Sulphate of
uinine, as it will not only cut the fevers, -but
-11 achieve a RADICAL CURE, without any
the inconveniences and troubles arismng
I a Box, Six Boxes for $5.
Sent free by !tail on receipt of money.
SK YOUR~ DRUGGIST' FOR~ IT,
t take no imitation or substitute, as our
aiceyica (copyrighted) is guaranteed to re
ee or money refunded. and will he de
iered free. rcipt of orders, by caliling
VASHBURNE & CO.,
2Broadway, cor. Fulton St., (Knox Build
ing), NEW YORK.
W. E, PE LIIAM, Sole Agent.
Feb. 25, 1880-d0-17. *
Is a perfect BLooD) PURIFER, and is the
nly purely VEGETABLE remedy'knoWn to Sci
nce, that has made radical and PERMANENT
UTEs of SYPhIUs and SCIRoPULA in all their
It thoroughly removes mercury from the
y-stem; it relieves the agonies of mercurial
heumatism, and speedily cures all skin dis.
'or sale by Dr. S. F. FANT. Also,
nith's Worm Oii. A p:'. 1d. 1d -17.
Call on yourr D)ruggist for copy of "-Yotung
nIHTirENLE 00O1l0C. Wil!stem. Souffh Carellaar
GEw Soesse ander. .'.01., f2t., m'aident.
SeSSIOns open lde First 31-unly in ebrutarv and August
Each Sssion of C0 weeks is divid.at intofor .wk. Sections;
I follwd Liv a d.-wk. v.:en. :. h -e ti.n is devo.ted by
b papil to ont spec::. st,. v, in which sz.- rci:es S ti:nes a day.
i sars lrr. :!1, ?:P1 I ITt'1 ofJu% t!w Ih
vr on e whr - a us:t.A ii is a5 or more
)couit of 10 to 30 per cet. on nmc esasion's Tuition!l
Gamex.oe ia.r;, and umy c,eun at te end of any
-etaao."m This pr"Lents 3:2" 2:..2';2%.
rs atow. i: 'a . .ib s V.xa u e L.:a FamaZS,S g
COLUMBIA, S. C.
This new and elegant House, with all
:>dern improvements, is now opten for the
eepton of guests.
S. L. WIGHUT & SON,
XI.,.. ,o i'.C Pm riptorQ
Pianos and Organs.
PIANOS AND OR&ls
IIIRECT TO PURCII1R!
Every Man his own Agent
CD ICKERINC - :
Grand Introduction Sale.
FIVE THots AND superb Instruments from
TEN LEA)ING .\lANUFAcrCREIRs to be p:aced
in represttative Southern homes at Facto
ry Rates for INTRODUC roN and ADVE:rTISE
MENr. Sale inaugurated Nov. 1. lS;r. and
proving such an itmmen e success will be
continued until N4 . 1. The only sale
ot the kinl ever suecessfully carried out in
America. D.n't miss this chance to jr>in a
GIGANTIC CLrB of FIVE TrOUsAN> Tt-:CIIAS
ERs, each of whom sectures an InstrIunntln
at MANCFACTt-RER'S WOLESALE RAils.
INFORMATION TO PURCHASERS,
Don't ihake the mistake of supposing us
to be merely "local agents, selling on con
mission." Understand, and don't forget it,
that TEN of the largest manufacturers in
Chickering & Sons. Mason &Hamlin.
Hallet & Davis. Guild & Church.
Mathushek Piano Co. Peloubet"& Pelton,
Southern Gem Co. I Sterling Organ Co.
have appointed us their SOUTHERN WHOLE
SALE AGENTS and given us exclusive control
of their instruments for the South. These
Manufacturers supply us. under special con
tract. with thousands of Instruments yearly
at only a small per cent. over prime cost'of
manufacture. All advantages gained by
our direct connection with manufacturers
and our immense purchases we give direct
ly to purchasers under our
New Plan of Selling!
No Agents! No Commnissions ! Instruments
shipped from fact'ory direct to purchasers
and all middle men's profits saved. Every
man his own Agent and entitled to Agent's
rates. The only House South selling on this
ner plan. Bu'ying from us. is p)racticat:y
buying from the Manufacturers and our
prices are as low as Manufacturers ever
give. See these Special Ofters :
.9 7 Rst. R** 9 Stops. Hand.$7
" wood, Carved some Waltnut
legs. Catalogne price. case, with Gold orna
I57P Oct. Rose- 13 Stops. Three$j
wood, large sets of reeds.
size,Carved Legs.Ser- large size. extended
pentine Plinth. Cat. top Etagere case of
price, $G00. . rich design.
6 o 4 Oct. Sqiuare 1l3 Stops.Thireeg 6
Gran, etrasets of reeds,su
large size and mag- per b M ir r or To p
nificently ornament- French Walnut, Burl
ed ease. Catalogue inlaid and Gold Orna
price, i100. mental Case.
All guaranteed Instruments fr om reliable
makers. Sold under Six years guarantee.
Shipped direct from Factory, or from Say-.
annah, if preferred. For $10 extra on a
Piano or $4 on an Organ, we-assume freight
to any lt. Rt. depot or steamer landing South.
Sent on 15 (lays TEsT TRIAL. we pay freight
both ways if not sat.isfato.ry. Order and
test in your own home. Severest tests of
comflpetent mnusicians invited. Purchasers
choice from TEN LEAD)ING MAKERS and TWO
IwNDR El DIFFERENT ST YLES. Special rat es
to Teachers., Schools. Churches an d Pastors,
Senid for Introduction Sale Circular .giving
full intformlation. Address
LUDDEN & BATES,
Wholesale Piano & Organ Dealers.
Dec. 17, 51-4m,
STOVES, TIN-WARE, WOODEN-WARE, &C,,
Begs hims friends and the public to inspect
hi tack of goods before purchasing else
My~ Stoves are first-class, large, heavy
and durable. Among others I have the
Icelebrated Farmer Girl and the famous Iron
King Cook. Castings and repairs for va
1rious Stoves on hand.
Mv Tin-ware is all home made and of the
very'best material. Roofing, Guttering and
IRepairing attended to. All work guatran
teed. Don't miss the place: The Up-Town
Tin Shop (Sign of the Red Coffee Pot) in
the Whaley Beiding. gf- I do not intend
to be undersold by aumy one.
Fe b. 25, 9 -3m.
Greenville & (Jolumbhia Rt. Rt.
On and after-February 20, 18S0, the fol
lowing Tickets will be placed on sale at all
Ticket offices on line of this Road, viz.:
ROUND TRIP TICKETS from aamy Sta
tion to anyV Station at the rate of FOUR'
CENTS PER MILE. counting distance both
ways. GOOD FOR TEN DAYS, including
day of sale.
T'he ROUND TRIP" TICKETS good for
T HREE DAYS AT T HREE CENTS PER
MILE will he kept on sale aS heretofore.
The rate for C.hildren between the age of
six and twelve years will be half of the
R. H. TEMPLE,
JABEz NORON, JR., General Ticket Agt.
Fe b. 25, 9-t f.
DR. J.'W. SIMPsoN. J. WISTAR SIMPSON.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
Spartanlburg County, So. Ca.
OPEN TO VISITORS ALL THE YEAR RO'fD.
Accessible from Union C. II., on the
Spartanhumrg & Unuion R. R., sixteen miles
Sot-es oth pig,adfo Sar
tabr -C. H.,f twee igsn Noth Ther
auregodII. tLiver miales Nteh. ofThere
pr oointsyStbe.a ac f hs
poTso oR,CTTG ET C
FrASil 0MeBals.............. &. 7
For aigl eal...--............ 70
For4 a D ---r-----............. 1~ 75
For a Week per Day-------------1 -~ 1
JOHN CLAR & CO
MWIIINE OR iD ISE
THOMAS RUSSELL & CO.
FOR SALE BY
C. & G. S. MO%E
Feb. 11, 7-3m.
GOOEY'S LADY'S BOOK
The Oldest and Best Fashion Magazine i
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NearTy 1200 linges of first:elass Literar
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Art. Science, and Fashion. 12 Large Di
gram Patterns of Ladies' and Children
Dresses. 12 Architectural Designs tor Beat
tiful Homes. 2u0 or more Original Recipe
for Family Use. And the usual Origint
The January No. of the New Year will b
issued December tir,t, and will contain ti
opening chapters or one of th4 Te.st Seri
Stories ever printed in an American Magt
the author of "A Gehtle Beile," "Taleri
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will enrich Godey's Lady's Book during ;:h
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Five ebpies, one year, and an extra
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GODEY'S LADY'S B00K.PU2. C0. (Limited,
1006 Chesnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Nov. :i2, 46-tf.
Fisk's Patent Metal
.ic Burial Cases.
Alko, Walnut and Rosewood Coffins ant
Ca'skets always on hand.
Will p)ersonally superintend the prepara
tion of grives, building of vaults, usiug it
their contstruction best hydraulic cement
rendering themi perfe ctly waterproof.
All orders promptly att'nded to day o:
Office in rear of Leavel1 & Sp eers' Marbh
L. M. SPEERS.
A pr. 23, 1879-17-tf.
This commodious edifice, situated or
EAIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. U., and
known as the
s .now'open, and invites the people one arc
tll to call and know what can be done at all
hours, to wit: An Extra Good Breakfast,
inner, or Supper, for TWVENTY-FlVE
Forty or fifty regular boarders will be
aken at propor tionately low rates.
The convenience of location, excellent
pring water, well furnished table, etc.,
ommend this house to every one.
Oct. 16, 42-tf'.
To the Traveling Publio.
The undersigned would respectfully in~
form his friends and the general public,
hat he has opened a BOARDING HOUSE
t the corner of Nance and Frien1d Streets,
not far from the Depot. As the rooms are
ell appointed, the table abundantly sup.
lied with well cooked food, and the ser
'ants polite and attentive, he hopes to give
atisfaction. A. WV. T. SIMMONS.
Mar. 2S, 13-tf.
The citizens of Newberry are respectfully
aformed that 1 have opened the Gallery in
he Airricultural Society building, formerly
eeupied by Mr. Wisemnan, and that I am
repared to take
IN EVERY STYLE,
ni Very Reasonable Terms.
Give me ai ca..ll and examiine spec*imns.
W. A. IL ARK.
Ma y 7, 19-tf'.
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caipitali riskcd. Youi can give the
business a trmal without e.xpense.
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r those willing to work. You should try
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Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
On and after Monday, November 3, 1S79, the
'asnenger Trains will run as follows daily, Sun
Leave Columbia, - - Q - 12.0i1 m
A!riun, - - - - 1.39 p m
ew berry. - - - - 2.40 p m
Ioiges. - - - 5 21 p m
" lieltun. - - - 6.44 p m
Arrive Greenville. - - - - 8.00 p m
Leave G reenville. - - , - 7.57 a m
l'eltuon. - - - 9.15 a m
" dges - - 10 ?8 a m
Newberry, - - - 1.11 p m
A!tur. - - 2.36 p m
Arrive Columbia, - - - 4.00 p in
ANDEliSoN BIR.\N\(' AND BLLE RIDGE
Daily, except Sundays.
Leave Belton at. 6.50 D m
" Anderson 7.8 j1 m
" i'eidlcton b E.5 p in
Pelry ilie !1.18 p in
Arr:e at Walhalia 1u.u8 p i
Leave W\ ti:ala at, - - 5.30 a 02
Perr.i vil!e, - - 6.25 a m
" Pendlrton, - - 7.t8 a a
" Anderson, - - 8.10 a m
Arrive at Belton, - - 8.48 a m
Laurens Railroad Train leaves Laurens at 7.40
a m. and Newberry at 3.00 p. in., daily except
Abbeville Brauch Train-connects at Hodge's
with-down and up train daily; Sundays ex
cepted. L-ave Abbeville 9.20 a. m.; leave Hod'
Up and down Trains on the main stem make
clo:e connection at Columbia with the up and
down day Pas enger Trains on the South Caro
liua Rairoa& and with the.through-Freight
Trins,. with Passenger Car attached. on the
Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
aid at Alston with the trains of the Spartan
burg. Union and Columbia Railroad for Union,
Spartaub'irg, Hendersonville, Asheville, &c.,
R. II. TEMPLE, Gen'] Supt.
.1. P. M1 z.DiTu, Master Transportation.
JABEz NoaTOc, General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after November 30th, 1a79, Pas
senger Trains on this road will run as fol
lows. (Till further notice.)
GREENVILLE EXPRESS TRADNS.
Leave Columbia at - . . 4.15 P. M.
Arrive Camden at - - 8.15?. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 9.30 P. M.
Leave Charleston at - - - 7.00 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - - - 7.00 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 11.50 A. M.
WAY FREIGHT & PASSENGER TRAINS.
*Leave Columbia at - - 5.30 A. M.
Arrive Camden it. - - - 1.20P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - 2.15-P. M.
Arrive Augusta at - - - . - 3.40-p. M.
*Leave Charleston at - 9.00 A. M.
'L -.ve Augusta at - - - - 9.00 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.37 P. W.
*Passenigers -eaving Columbia or Charles
ton on these trains have to change ears at
Branchville to reach Charleston at 2.15 P.
MI., or Columbia at 5.37 P. MI.
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leave Columnbia at - - - 9.30 P. MI.
Arrive Augusta at - -. - - 8.35 A. MI.
Arrive Charleston at - - 5.50 A. MI.
- GOING WEST.
Leave Charleston at - - 9.00 P. MI.
Leave Augusta at - ' .40 P. MI.
Arrive Columbia at -.- - 6.50 A. MI.
The Night Express Trains will run daily.
All other trains will run daily except Sun
days. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Express. Berths only $1.50 to Charleston or
Augu-ta. This train makes sure connec
tions at Charleston with New York and Bal
timore Steamers on Wednesdays and Satur
days; also, with Florida Steamers on Tues
days and saturdays; also, with 7.00 A. MI.
train of S. .& C. 1R. R., for Savannah and Flor
ida points. Connections made by other
trains at Augusta with trains from and to
that point; also, with all trains from and to
D. C. ALLEN, G. P. & T. A.
JoriN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
A. 1B. DES.W'SSUEE, Agent, Colambia.
SPARTANBUR6, UNiON' & COL.UMBIA R. R,,
SPARTANBURG & AS'HEVILLE R. R.
On and after the 1st January, 1880, Pas
lenger Trains will run daily as follows, Sun
Le:ave IIendersonvile............5 00 a. m.
"Spartan burg..............30 a. m.
Arxrive at Alston............-..30 p. m.
Passengers by this train from Henderson
rille mike connection at Spartanbnrg with
Passenger trains on the Air-Line for.Char
otte and A tlanta; and .conoect at Alston with
3. & C. Trains in bothi directions for Green
rille and Charleston.
Zeave A.!ston............. ..220 p. m.
" Union ................:5 10 p. m2.
~rrive at Spartanburg..... .. ....7 0OOp. m.
eave Spartan burg, via S.&A.R.R.12.30 p. m2.
" Tryon City..............2.40 p. mn.
"Flat Rock...............4.15p. m.
lArrive at Hlendersonvilre........440 p. m2.
Connect at Alston with G. & C. Passenger
Tains from Greenville and Columbia; con
ieet at Spartanburg with Through Night
rrain on Air-Line, North.
- JAS. ANDERSON, Sapt.
lreenville & Columbia IRs Re
On and after Septembner ist the following
l'iekets will be on sale at all the Ticket Sta
ions on the Greenville and Columbia Rail
1,000 MILE TICKETS, at Three Cents
>er mile ,good over the G. & C. R. R., and
ROUND TRIP TICKETS-*from any Sta
ion on the G. & C. R. R. and its branches
o any Station on the same, good for Three
)avs, at Three Cents per mile.
ROUND- TRIP TICKETS afrom all Sta
onis on the G. & C. R. R. and its branches
a Charleston,. go,gd for ..ight Dr.ys, at
'hree Cents per ilek.
JABFZ N'ORTON, Ja.,
General Ticket Agent.
R. HI. TEMPLE, General SuperiDtendent.
Sep. 3, 36-tf.
Harness and Saddles.
Ee. Ne PARKER,
[[CCESS0R TO WEB, .TONES & P AER,
3etween PoolPs Hotel and the Post Ofmce,)
DE ALTER IN
H11avinig bought the E NT I RE S TO0CK
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iso will keep on hand for sale, HA.RNESS,
LDDLES, &e., H ARNESS LEATHER,
)LE LEATIIER, UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
the best and cheapest. REPAIRING
Ld all work done to order
t Cash Prices anid at Shortest