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CHOKING IN CATTLE.
Prof. James Law, in reply to an
inquirer, says in the Tribune, as to
the causes of bloat and death in
cooking: 1. Excessive bloating is
not a- constant result of choking.
It occurs chiefly when the obstruc
tion is lodged in that porton of the
gullet which occupies the region of
the neck or throat. If the foreign
body is blocked in that part of the
gullet which lies in the chest, be
tween the breast and the stomach,
bloating' is either absent, or is at
the most very slight. The epla
nation may be found in part in the
nature of the irritation produced in
the different cases. A foreign body
in the pharynx (throat) or the por
tion of ;the gullet situated. in the
neck, produces cough and frequent
efforts to swallow, the irritation
being produced in the back of the
mouth, the throat, and the upper
part of the windpipe (larynx.) The
secretion of saliva ib also greatly
increased, and by the constant
movements of. the jaws this liquid
is worked up into a froth, in which
state it is largely swallowed. The
obstructive body being usually
irregular or angular, this liquid
is actually swallowed in considera
ble amount, and contributes njuch
to distend the paunch. Then the
irritation of the throat or gullet
^ has a ref'ected action on the paunch,
a'rests its natural movements and
thereby favors fermentation and
the formation of gases in that or
gan. The evil itendency may be
largely counteracted by placing in
the mouth a smooth, round billet
of wood, about 2j or 3 inches in
thickness and retaining it there by
cords attached to the two ends and
tied' 'together behind the horns or
ears. This renders swallowing nearly'
impossible, and favors regurgitation
from the paunch, and never
fails~ to stop. the bloating be
fore it has become excessive or
dangerous. If kept in for two to
five hours the obstructing foreign
body usually softens, the gullet re
laxes, and choking is spontaneously
relieved. If on the other hand,
the foreign body is fixed in the
portion of the gullet lodged within
the chest, it rouses more particu
larly the irritability of the stomachs,
and besides the arrest of digestionf
and the formation of gases from
the fermenting food, there are fre
quent efforts at regurgitation, and
not only is the saliva which has
been swallowed rejected again'by
the mouth, but even the liquid and
gaseous contents of the paunch are.
g ot rid of to a large extent in the
same .manner. In this form of
choking there is no cough, but on
Iy light boating, trembling and
eEorts at regargitation or vomiting,
* cait~ gag treatment is not need
ed. 2. Beath in choking may re
sult either from the obstruction to
the passage of air or from bloat.
When the obstruction is lodged in
the phary'nx and directly over the
opening of the windpipe (larynx),
it shuts off the air by its presence,
and still more by its irritation, caus
ing spasmodic closing of the opening
(glottis). In such cases the ani
mal dies in from three to five
minutes, but the concurence is very
rare. Usually death takes place
from the bloat. The paunch dis
tended beyond all power of con
jraction, reacts on the brain, ar
resting the nervous power. It also
presses on the diaphragm and
lungs, retards and arrests breath
ing, interrupts the circulation, and
prevents the aeration of the blood.
The animal dies then partly by rea
son of the nervous shock and partly
because all the blood has become
venous and unfi.t to support life,
Nervous shock and lack of oxygen
and excess of carbc aci iethe
Bosis.-One cup of imilk, one cup
of sugar, one cup of yeast, flour to
make a batter Let it rise over
- ight ; then add one half cup melted
butter, a cup of sugar, flour tol
knead it, and let it rise again ; then
roll and cut into cakes, and let it
WErr Cm.-One cup butter,
two cups sugar, three cups flour,
R. H. Shumway, in his catalogue
for this year, gives some practical I
hints on planting seeds which are
worth remembering. First, he
emphasizes the importance of plant
ing in proper season. He says:
The earlf and most hardy species
and varieties should not be planted
until the ground can be brought
into good condition, as some
species Qf plant, that in - an ad
vanced state of growth will stand a
hard winter, are often cut off by a
very slight frost while young, es
pecially if exposed to the heat of the
sun after a frosty night. * To guard
against disappointment, reserve
some cf the seed for a later sow
ing. Some species of seed, such as
.beans, beets, cabbage, lettuce, rad- 2
ish, salsify, turnip, &c., being from
their nature-apt to vcgetate quick
ly, are often liable to be devoured
by insects within forty-eight hours
after they are sown and before a
plant is seen above ground, unless
# suitable 'remedy be applied in time
to destroy them. Some species.
such as carrot, celery, leek, onion,
parsley, parsnip, spinach, &c.,
being naturally of tardy growth
-taking (in unfavorable sea
sons) from two to four weeks to
vegetate-are apt to perish through
incrustation of the soil or other cir
cumstances which cannot always be
controlled. That failures often oc
cur through seed being deposited
too deep in the ground or left too
near the surface. Sometimes, for
want of sufficient seed in a given
spot, solitary plants perish for want
of strength to open the pores of the
earth, and very often injudicious
management in manuring and pre
paring the soil will cause failures.
In sowing of seed remember that .2
in unity there is strength, and from
the germinative parts of a seed be
ing weak and diminutive it cannot
be expected to perforate through
the soil solitary and alone. To in
surn a fair chance plant your seed .
moderately thich and tLunf out the
surplus plants while young. In
planting seeds in drills, which is
the most desirable p18 , the. size of A
the seed and streng LU of its germ
should be considered. Large seed,
producing vigorous roots, require -~
deeper planting than diminutive
seed producing delicate roots and ~
slender stalks. The smallest kind '2
of seed should not be covered more '1
than a quarter of an inch deep.
SUGAR-BEET PuIDms.-Use cold a
boiled sugar-beets which have not
been pickled ; either grate them or -
cut them in pieces as large as :
grains of corn ; to one pint of beets
allow six well beaten eggs, one
pint- of milk, one teaspoonful of
salt, quarter of . a saltspoonful of
pepper and one ounce of butter;
mix all these ingredients in an
earthen dish and bake them in a
moderate oven until the pudding is I
firm, which will be in about half
an houir. Use the pudding hot as
a vegetable. - w
Tinsirs STEWED IN GRAvY.-Pare
and wash six white turnips ; cut
them in dice half an inch squiare, 8
laying them in cold water as they
are cut, meantime heat a pint of
any kind of cold gravy ; when all
the turnips are cut put them into
the gravy with a teaspoonful of su
gar and sufficient pepper and salt
to make them palatable , stew thein
gently ~till tender for about an
hour, and serve them hot in the
LasL. spring. J. N. Marden, &f
Baltimore, Md., tried the experi
ment of keeping the frost away
from 2,500 of his pear trees by
building fires around them on
severe nights. His orchard con
tains 15,000 trees, and those treated ij
as above described yielded fruit
that sold for more than $6.000,
while the balance of the orchard
produced comparatively little.
WATR F~OR Cows.-Be careful.
abont letting your cattle drink E
from ditches, or from pools in
which they are accustomed to
stand, or in wvhich their droppings
are deposited. It is not only liable
to injure the health .of the stock,
but it is also a fruitful cause of
nalarial and typhoid fevers among to
those who use the milk from cows
Profeso Rbet sastat fifty
bushels of wood ashes per acre in
reased the yield of grass in a cer
tala location more than any other .
nanure, while ground bone im
wnwoed the clover.t
Lt His METROPOLI'i
Offers the Largc
lED, PARlOR AM
All Styles of
CHAIRS, all kind
.nd in short every article
These Goods ari
'he Carpet Exhibitor---th
Come, see and be convii
Nov. 17, 47-2tt.
WRIGHT & J
.argest Assortment in
And Every Other Article 1
WRIGHT & J
Oct. 27, 44-ff.
I am stilT keepin
matkingf the Fines;
tate. My Cu.tter
tyles as they, ma)
Samples sent on ('
f (only) French alJ
vays onl hand.
Wr. a. swA
Oct 20, 4:;4:01.coj.ii
L GRAND H01
My assortment of fine and plain O!<
the largest ever exhiibited in :he city
:n of my friends and the pubie gener
i be pleased with its variety and exce
dl Prices! - All
sle Agent for the Celebrated S
Qg Don't fail to call and see- me
Oct. 6, 8--ly.
MECHANICS' TfOO LS of every des
Wagon andi Carriege Butilding and T1
Circular Saws of al sizes furnishedt
India Rabbier and Leathwr Blig
Lacing. Babitt 'uetal, Mac:hinery 0
Lime, Cemient, Plater,-H1air, Laths,
Window Glass, Paintb, Oils, varnisl
O F A]
Sugar Cane Mills, Sugar Pans and E
Theshers and Sep)arators, Woven W
Corn SheHers, Feed Cutters, Hoes, A
Solid Steel Pioughs of dl kinds, Pio
Coi!, Wagon, Wel ana Hlalrcr Chain
Grin Cradles, Grain and Grass Scyt
Has the ageucy for the celeb>rated WV
el oold anted nas represented.
ry city reference will have prompt and
RS. EMMAIF. BLEAS
NEWBERRY, S. C.
01 a t)flfldOl an p~o t cte
) nW o)fl anll c~riton intr
rho ~'uraiture of every descripi ioi~n
AN FURNITURE STORE,
ist and Best Stock of
,ed in this Market.
I IINM ROOM1 SUIS
Finish and Prices.
fDS, 81FES, TETE --TETES,
s, HAIR and COTTON
Springs, Desks, Win
of Furniture known to the trade.
3 all at LOW PRICES.
e most perfect Of all ven'tions.
1 . V. L1AV1.LL.
L W. COPPOCK'S
C O) .A. Tr
THS AND BOYS.
the City, and at the Lowest
e Latest Styles.
. w. COPPOOK.
Sup myg repuwtation for
SCustom Work in the
is alive to all the latest
be their appearance in
. None but first-class
pplication. A full line
ul English Suitings al
IB1A, s. C.
,hing and Geno'a and Youth's Furniing Goods
of Columbia, and I respectfully invite th6 atten
aly to an examnation, feeling assured, that they
llence. Come and judge. for youirselves
Styles ! Ali Qualities !
TAR SHIRT, Warranted to be the
't n the Market.
rheni in the City.
COLUMBIA, S. C.I
RTER AND DEALER IN
IBLA, S. O.
EST VARIETY OF
ISRIUN HAiDW\IIE !X IllE SIAIE.
rimming Material. .
ndia Rubber and Hemp Packing.
i, Files and Rasps of all kinds.
Or iis tones.
.es, Brushes-, &c.
vaporators, Fan Mills.
ire for Screens, Bolting Mea!, &c.
es, Hanmes, Shovels, Spades.
ig Steel and Iron, Back Bands.
s, Tire, Band and Rod Iron.
IT ILOUGUHS and Castings of all kinds, which
Orders accompanied with the money or s'atisfac
careful attention. Oct. 6, 41-tf.
Lab0ratlry of State Assayer ndhl ilemiSt,
No. 1013 Broad Street, bet. Tenth and
I have mi de a careful ehem ical examinai:
ton of a sample of "Summierdean, Au
utsta, Co., Ta." Rye Whiskey, seleered
by myself1 an re!preseniting a lot if 2 'U
barre!s in tehands of Messrs. .Jenkins &
Steg.al, and find it entirely free from adul
.terations. I can fully reco!mmel'nd it to
a those who desire ani article of assured pur'
ty. WMr. H. TmYoR, M. D.,
CIV, Stare Assayer azid Chemist.
COOKING AND HI
rh:i has ever been brought to the Southern
Made in R.chmonrl, Va , on? of the BEST COO
this Stove is very birge and it. stinds at the head
A!=o, a very !arge assortmint of
Amliti o".wi1Vh iL t b- *u i \o ,MDIjf'.
r 1.NI' TPARi. r STOVE,v which st
BOX and o:ier Stoves.
Strangers viting the t ould do we'
Oct. 13. .12-tf.
EXCELSI R 0
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SHEPE
AD FOR SALE BY W T. WRI
CRE YOUR BACK ACHE
And all is-ssws of the Kidneys. Bdllder
andl Urinary Organs by weariug the
Im;proved Excelsior Kidney Pad.
It is a Y'ARVEL of HEALING afnl RELIEF. a
It CURES where anl eise fails. A REVETsA-i
TIONa'i! R~EVGLUTION in Medicine. Ab- 1
Sorpjtion n r diret apl)icat in. ;i. opposed
to uno ,t i.,tCic.>rv intern :tt :ed iti e-. Send : E
for our! 1re:iise' oni Ixidiwy troubiles, sent'
!ree. Sob.I t .1- drggiAS, (tr Sent by aiail.n Oi
receipt o f jie j.*. 32. Al' resS
Th "Onlyi" sung Pad Co.
WIL LIMS BLOCK,
* DETROIT, tMich.
Thlii.a the Original :mdt Genuine Kidney
ii2 l Wh l1iale in (Chari lest . S. (3.. by
D)OWEi & .\10SE, wixolesale lDruggists.
Oct. 2T. -:m
Fisk's Patent iMetal
ic Biuria! Cases.
11.:, o u i~ R Ios wood Gofrins antd
all orders g.omipily at:ended to day. cr'
Ofice in rear of Leavei! & Spieer' Marble ~
L. M. SPERS.
To be publishied by~ su'escription, a vol
ume of sh ort
POEMS AND SKETCHES,'
"X AGGI E,"
The welE knIown alnd Popuiilar Correp-iI
den'. of "Tus N iwnL'X- I1?n.
The Yohm:o will co:nprise from I100 to t
15 page., andU ntot to e.x eed in pric C 1.l0O. r
Subscibers namSt. w!!! bee cived by
THOMA'.8 F. GENEKER, Ediror "Nw
berry HIedi." Nwh"rry, S. C . or WHIIT
TE. .-jEPP1ERSON, Pubhl~ihers, Rich
mon, Va. Sep. 22, :19-A'.
'ornI hI eien~ids that~ he has opented
In rear' of th groer :nor~e, corner of
ae beauuil.,: edu. Mealis are served
1101 LUNCH every' dayv from 11 to-1 P.
M-. The be"t Wine', Iq(urs and1 G.igars,
G ;ider =. La:. r er. -
Dec. 22, 5 i COLUMBIA, S. (3.
IN NEWBiERRY HOTEL.1
B.ing. desirou of girh le iuri saitisfc
tion, i haveC spt:red no painls tO !t1ke myI
hon u;omort.: and agreeale)i to ad w~ho
visi. me. I will still conduct te buiness,~
and solieir plaint andt tiehionablhe work.t Sat
isiactin! guaam ed. I t.hadnk my numter
:te tas fr h. gep.ou 22, or m;-d
Ar PINE tGRI;E TANNEn.
'ARTI.JN &~ amwTER, ii
PROPRi.ETute- 1'-f C
~C~E.I ~ii7T~V'#S I
(-4 A .mo3"rtmneit of
Market, among which is to be found ti
0 O K ,
f NG STOVES now in use. The Oven c
u :tLl other CoolIug Stuves.
m:i :hle ;tor Ie:" ring Carches and Store:
t.d- over all othrir-. L lrge assortmfent <
I to cali and examine my stock before pu
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and kinds. Five
zes with Enameied Re'rvirs. A apted to
1 requiremueints, and priced to suit all purses.
ouble Wood Doors, Patent Wood Grate,
djustble Damuper, Interebangcable Auto
atic shelf, Broiling oor, Sw-nging hearth
Late, swinging Fine-Stop, Reversible Gas
arining Long Cross Piece, Double Short
nters, Heavy hing Ccvers, Illnninatcd Fire
oors, Nickel -Knobs. Nickel Panels. etc.
Unequaled in Material, -in Finish, and In
'ARD & CO., Baltimore, Md.
[GHT, Newberry, S. C.
ares by A B S 0 R P TiI 0 N (Nature's wa3
T LUNG DISEASES,
T ROAT DISEASES,
.1 BREAThING TROUBLES
It .RIVES INTO tht: system curativ
t' anl n heanl medicines.
tDRAWS FROM the 'riseased parts th
ison- that eaut" death.
Thusands Testify to its Virtues.
on't decspair antil you hnave tried this "et
ible. Easily Applied and RADICALL
Solb i by)rn;r.mist5. or sent by mail on rt
ipt ox Price, $2 00, by
The "Only'' Lung Pad Ce
~~.nd for Testimonials and our bool
T H -:E MILHLloNs .A YEA.u." sent free.
A t W ho sal in Charleston. S. C.. by
D)OWIE & MOISE, Wholesale Druggist
Oct. 2, 41 -6m.i
Attorney at Lav
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
SPART1NBURG1 , 8. 0.
ROMPT ATTENT!ON TO ALL BUSINESI
1T ou i e'lves b)y making mnone
whe ai g olden chance is otTere,
IZm herebyX always jkeepinrg povert
11rom y our dloor. Those who
,-ay- take a(rvantage of thre g'ood chance
r1 making imney thrat are oltered. gen
atlly becOmne wealthy. while those who0
o improve such chances remuairn mlpove
v. We wan't mantfy mien, womnen. boys at
~irs to work for us right in their own lI
alities. The b)usine.ss will pay more tht
en tes o1rdinary wages W e furnish
Xpensive Outtit arnd all that you nec<
ree. No on1e who engages fails to mail
lonecy very rapidly. Yon can devote yoi
,hole t ime to ihe work. 'ir only y'our spai
j.cunts. Fuil inftormnation and all that
redel'd sent- fre . Address Stinson & C(
Oct. 13, t2-ly.
G. W. ABNE Y,
Office Over Boozer's Store, Mower's!Building
Will practice in the Courts of Edgefie
d Newbe.rry. All businese "n:trusted1
m will be promplltly attenrded to.
Resnctfully offers its services to thos
arents who desire to secure for the
aughters the thorough a?nd symumetric;
ultivation of their physical, intellectu
~d mural powecrs. It is conducted
*ha?t. is called the "'One-Study
Plan, wit'.I SDH-A:OCAL COL-RsI I
'tudy ; anti, by a system of Tfu,tiona.l Pr
mius, its Low Rates are umade still lowi
>r' aLL who averaige 65 per cen:t.
No Publie E:ereims. No "Receptions,
haduaioni, which is always p,rivate, ma
cur cigar. tumeis a year.
For full informratiou, write for an Illu
-ated Camlone~. Addlre..s
REVN. S. LANDER, P'resident,
Oet. Q7, 44-ily Williamuston, S. C.
This commoduiou:s o,diee, si:u.ated .
[IN STREET, NEWBERR~Y, S. c., au
nown as the
;nw opetn, and invites the people one anr
1 to call and know what can be done at a
Ours, to wit: Ar1 Extra Good Breakfas
inner, or Supper, for TWENTY-FIV:
Forty or fifty regular boarders will b
ken at propor tionately low rates.
Tecon1venience of location, excellen
>rilg W:,er, weCil jnurinihd table, etc.
>mm:ea-i :his house to every one.
Oct. 1 6 42 -rf.
[Outtit sent free to those who wish t
eniggeC in th- most leasant andi proli
|tab:e business: kinow n. Eve.rythini
new. Capital not required. Wie wi]
rri1 youn everyti ng. $1u a dany arnd upr
air.s is easily mtune without staying awa;
)1lro he o'ver nigiht. No risk whatever
a n new workers5 wanted at once. Man'
e ni6mkh ig itiora 5 at I 'le business. Ladie:
:ke aun ins mn, arnd young boys anu
ris umkre great pay. No one who is wii
to wrk( talis to made more avery da
an cn be mia le in a wveek at any ordirnara
nnploymen,.'1t. Those~c who:. eingage at ornc
ill tiri aL short road to tortrune. Addres:
Haliett & Co , Portland, Maine.
)et.l3. 12 ly.
Columbia & Greenville tailroad
'ASSEN i-:R DEPARTMENT.
C'rxLna..i. S'. (., Jaiu.ry 25.
On and -ter )I;unday, .lat:uarv 26. I"i, the
e '.1. .3 1.1 L'iNS wil ru,i as herewi In
dicated u;>" .i, road and its br. uches.
Daily. except Sundays.
No. 4::. UP PASSEN';ER.
Leave Coluit-ia,A - - ii. . n
A!ton.lU - - - - 1. n
" ewberry, - - - - 1..' 1 I
" 13et.on:. - - - . - TIm
Arrive Greenville. - - - - 17 i
. 43. DOWN PASSEN:l.
it Leave Gr aeenville, - - - 1.35 a at
" l3eltou, - - - 12.11 ;, m
. " IIodge. - - 1 19 . aI
" Newberry,. - - - 4.13 p m
" Aiston,E - - 5.. 1 p in
Arrive Columbia.F - - 6.10 p m
Leave Newberry. - - - - 4.10 p m
Arrive at Laurens C. H., - - 7.1 p m
Leave Laureus C. H., - - - 1.3'! a m
Arrive at Newberry., 13
Leave Ilodges. - - 4.4t p m
Arrive at Aobev ille. - - . 3 p, to
Leave AoM'vie. - 2'ym
A rrive at. Ii JII.s, - - - - .:. ini .
JJLLLE i".AL en ) Lt~
Leave taiton at. 55 p in
" Pelileton7 i^: p in
'- Pery,-aei-.i p mE
Lea t ve t:etni 7..- p m
Arrive at Walhaila S2. i n
Leave Walihall: at, - - 9.05 a im
Leave Seneca D. 9.43 a in
" Perry viile, - - 9.5;' a mn
" Pendleton. - - 3 .23 a In
" Ander;oi, - - 11.09 a in
Arrive at ;ielton. - - 11.49 a in
CON ECI'IONS. -
A. With South Carolius Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilminttou and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte. Coluu,bia and Augusta
R-ailroai from Chariotte and a.l points
B. With Spartanburg, Union and Columbia
Railroad for Spartauburg and &lN points
on the Spartanburg and Asheville Rail
C. With Atlanta and Char:otte Air Line Rail%
way for Atlanta and all point. South
D. With Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line 1.ail
way from Atlanta and beyond.
E. With Spartanburg. nion and Columbia
Railroad from Startanburg and points
on Spartaiiburg and Asheville Railroad.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlo:te. Columbia ;nd Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
Standard Time used is Wtashiugton, D. C.,
which is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
J. W. FRY, Gen'l Sup;.
A. PoPE. General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
e CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
e On and after January 9. 1&1, Passenger
Trains on this road will rua as follows un
til further notice:
GOING EAST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Leave (Columbia at - . - w.e P. M.
Arrive~ Camdlen at - - - - 9.40 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 11.15 P. M1.
.,GOING WEST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Leave Chairleston; at - - - t:.u .A. MI.
Leave Canden at - - - - 7.2'. A. M.
;* Arrive Columbia at - -- 11.:'0 A. 31.
WAY FREIGHT AN) PASSENG ER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs.
.i rrive C:an'ib-n at - - - - 1.2o P. Ml.
A rrive Augusta at. - -- -20 P.M'.
Arrive Charleston at - - 2.00 P. -M.
5. G'ING WEsT DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs.
"Leave Charleston at - - 9.90 A. M.
LeIave Ananota at - - - -7..- .A. MI.
Arrive Columbia at - -- U.:10 P. 31.
*Passen;gers leaving Columbhia or Ci:ales
ton onl the.se trains will have to charg cars
at Branchvile to reach Charleston at 2.0e
M. rColum?bia at fi.2) P. M.
M., NiGIT EXPRESS.
.ev CoING T DAILY.
1.cae Comnba at- - - 9.:10 P. M.
A rrive ..ugusta at - - - - 7.55 .\. M.
A\rrive Charleston at - 70 A. 31.
GuING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - 8.19 P. M.
SLeave Au;gusta at - --- .' P. MI.
Arrive Columb?lia at - - - 3.h A. 31.
On Colmbia Division \'ight Expre.ss
-Trains run daily; all other Trains daily ex
y eept Sunday.
1.On A ugusta Division all Passenger Traims
y run daily.
l-Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
s Express Trains-berths only $1.50-between
- Columbia, Charleston and Augusta. On
o Saturdaiys and Sundays, round trip, tickets
r-- are sold to and from all Stations at one Iirst
d class fare for the round trip, good till Mon
>. day noon to return. Connections miade
ni at Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
n Railroa,d by train arriving at Columbiia a:
, 11.30 A. M. and leaving Columbia at G; 90 1P.
e si., to and fromi all points on that Road:
r also with Charlotte, Columbia and Anuuta
e Railroad going North by train arriving, at
s Co-lumnbia at 11 30 A. 31.;- passengers coining
., South will have to take train leaving Colam;
bia at 9.30 P. M. At Charleston withi Steam
ers for New York on Wednesdays and Satar
-d'ays: also, with steamer- St. John for JTack
sonville and points og~ St. .Tohn River on
Tuesdays and saturdays; also, with S::.van
nah and Charleston Railroad to all points
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad to
and from all points South and West.
Through tickets can be purchnased to all
points South anid West. by applying to
d A. B. DESAUSSURE, Agent, Columbia.
. 1). C. ALLEN, G. P. & T. A.
~O .7oH B. .PECK. General Superintendent.
SPARTANBURG, UNION & 001.UMBIA R. R.,
n SPARTANBUJRG & ASHEVILLE R. R.
iSPARTANBURG, S. D., Sep. 27, 1880.
On and after the above date the following
'Schedules will be run over these Roads daily,
n (Sundays eXeepted):
Leave A!ston........-............00 p. mn.
" Union...................6 45 p. in.
rArrive Spatrtanbuirg............8.30 p. mn.
Leave Spartanhurg........ ....1.0 p. mn.
Arrive at Hiender.souville........6.00 p. mt.
Y Close connection is made at Alstoni with
traiin from Columbia on Greenville & C-2lumn
bia Road. At Columbia, connection is made
from Charleston, Wilmington and Augusta.
At Spartanbunrg, connection is made at
Air Line Depmot with trains from Atlanta
and Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Gienn
At iIendersonviile, connection is made
with a first class Line of Stages to Asheville,
arriving there the same evening.
dParties de.airous of visiting Co,ar s Head
or other points of interest can be provided
with first elas.s conveyances from thle Livery'
Stables in Hlendersonville at reasonable
(Will leave iIendersonvile........6 J0 a. mn.
1Leave Spartan burg............10 10 a. mn.
Leave L'nion..................12 19 p. mn.
Arrive at Alston................3.17 p. mn.
These Roads are in excellen: con<iirion;
furnzished with first class Coaches; provided
ew;ithr al necessary a ppliances for safety and
comfort of Pa'sengers. At Spartanbunrg amd
Hen.!erso'nville thec Hotel accormodations
are now ampn'le for a large increase of travel.
They will be found wvell supplied with good
Moutain tare at reasonable rates.
- JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
COLUMEIA, S. C.
Th cver and ei.gant House, h.: al
~ od r' imuro.-ements, is nIow oprn for tne
re.,.ritnon Ot *?ests.
s. L. WRIGHT & 8ON,
.e' 19. 12.t Pro rici.ors.
A LONZO REESE,
A)fl Hill) flLbV~.CT~.a
rU L 1 oNLY
-_o:i:an-'f Agze, Liver and Stomach
L an: d : 1'AACil TRUU
4ol-an % NIeeai Pad.-A,dap,-: i to old
eCin-rv:i' ca:Sesr. Pr ic"' St.t,t.
HLmc.nan'x sp_c^:t Belt-For s:ubborn
casrs of liarged Spleen and
uiyiCldig Liv. r and Stomach
troubles. Price $5.(.
HremanN i *1ant"c Pad-For silments of
i:ifdnts aad children. Price $1.50.
ERoiruanMc Renal Pad-For Ksi:ey and
Bld:r er Co,pl,aints. Pr:cc $V00.
Koa:nu's -Uterlgn Pad--F: Fenal)
troubM,ls. Price $5.00.
:iv::nai5zt Albvorptive MrL d,iir.a: Body
Pfaxter--Tb"r lest pir made
wtrous on ruhi -e: .ai. i-ric' 25c.
Roman3K A b orpti "e YLedxinal Foot
gis2 circuM cn. Price per pair 25c.
A.baorption Sait-M.tdiat. F ut.o Baths
F->r Colds, Obstructions and
all eases where a foct hath is
needed. Per 'a:f lb. ;.:. agc, 25c.
P r sale by all drn:rgistsOr ser,: 1y mai,
pns:,paid, on rec":lt of price. The AbsorPtlon
is not "maitlale " and mst be sent by
E."russ at purcl:aser's expense.
':u!cess of iolmanO Pads has in
sri ,d Imitators who o:rer Pads similar in
Ftn and of oR to the TEBt 1L:i A s symg,
"Ty a-e th,- san. &xc." Be'-me 'f all
ro:s Pads, only go?t :n up to sell o. the repn
tai >n of the genuine.
See that each Pad lears the gr"n P:riTR
REVENa STAMP of the Holmancu iad Company
with above Trade-Maik.
If aiiicted with cnronic ailments send a con
cie d-scription of symptoms. whilh will re
ci ?e prompt and careful attention.
D H HOLI!A's advice is free. Full treatise
sent free on application. Address,
Ho.: AN PAsB CO..
(P. O. Boz 2,112) l3 W:iiam Street, New'York.
EAIR DYE=s the safest
and best ; acts instan
the :o.st i4atural shade
of black or crowni;does
5 z ot sPiam s*:A Sai:easi-r
Iy' app't A, sadrd
l,repara;-,n ; favorite
upon every well ap
pointed toilet for lady
or geutleuan. Sold by
all drug;st- s ed ap.
plied by ri hair dressers. J. CRlTATXPRO, s
93 \Viiam Street, L ew York.
Coughs, Colds, Sore Thiroat, pron
And in Diseasea or' I tMAT Mc.nd.
Put up in Qum-rt-hi.E:s :0es for T'&amay Usa.
Is known to otur .-sL p:y ci.ss is highly commen.ded
ythsm, and! tim r.:: e ou'-r moatpozn
ezis. Pro:. G A. LMAiN F.F. i Cies aisO on th
lael .of ev.'rv ?e&. It i. wrko-e a m- medical
proesion t::t TU Rt:i :-nd RYR w- vrtTrd the
et'-t rife, for C ut:s::, Conie Inluar.a. t ochis
S.e Throat. We::k Lunta,' also (onsumput.on, m the in
ct ie:it and advtaned stws
-sdasaB "FR AGE .&d PPETtZE ,i a
de:::ul tonic frt :.y tiyao. Is 94-.. to tale; -
wedor deilitated, it gives~ tone, actvity and streagda
to I.. Whle homez~ fr.-me.
(A TTr' DONT Bo~'E DECEIVED%
J.~k).LL'J.-e by r:incipled deal
phoe of orKLGC K AND REwbch
'thes only mnedierted ardicle mnade. tAo'gentune6 havj
ing a G.OVERNMENT STAMP ont each bottle.
11' Ha,dbson Stroec, Chica,igo.
grAsk your Drustt& for 1t!
grAsk your G-.-ceer for ist
g?? As our Wine Me.r'chant for it!
grChidre, .=k yourflamma for t
WXrxy I w HrA:N TsI everywhera.
ID tit nirui-hed free, with full in
1tr0ton for0 conductting the most
Sprof hbl butine- t hat anyVoneL can
toI rn, anud o' in,ti mot ions are so sule1
aru:' plaii::. tha.t anyt oecan: inl:Lke great
pre 01n'o the ver start. No one can
f:d wh List I'2 wil i to ork. Wotnu!n are as
uc:eessfui as mn. Roys andt gjirls canf earn
aeC sumtS Manyl\ti' hav nutde at the busi
nee over one hund red dollars in a single
week. N~othng like~ it ever known beiore.
Al who engage are surprised at the ease
an rapidity with which they are able to
UIm:I mon ~ey. Yoea en.gage in this busi
moy- huring your spt.re time at. great profit.
Yo.m do nxot have: to invest capital in it,. We
taec all the rt-k. Those who neced ready
moneylC. should writ' to us at onoe. All fur
ni,.-bed free. Address True & t.o.. Augusta,
~i-in. Oct. 13, 42-1y.
A GREAT CAUSE OF HUMAN MISERY
Is the Loss of~
A Lecture on the Nature, Treat:nent. and
Radical cure o.t :eminal Weakness, or Sper
ma:torrho.a. induced by Self-Abuse. Invol
u.VLry Em issions. Imipotency. Nervous De
bi)ly:, and Imtpedtimfents 0o larriage st~c - -
~:iy; ConsumnlLtion,. Epilepsy, and Fits;
Mental andi Phy;sical Incapacity. &c.-By
RQEIIT J. c CI'YEltWE LL. M.D.. author of
the "Gr-een Book."&cz.
The worldi-ronowned author, in .this a'I
ma;e Lecture. elearly proves :romn his
ownm XI. eprienc thatt the awful consequen
cs of self-A bas' mauy be t trectu ul!y'- rrov
ed withont dangerous surgical operationS,
h'ngies. instrumnfts. rinits, or e-ardials;
pintin:g ont ai miode o,f cure at once certain
an eretual. by whiebt every sauteer, no
m: tter w h t h~ i:t o ditio~tn may .-, may cure
ht e: he-aly. privately an radl icallhy.
2r Thi Leemrea w!-:~ ill pirove a boon to
thu....andl 1 thousands
Sen unde-r scal, ini a plain envelope, to
any address, on re-ceiptt of six Cents or two.
Ar.-rs-- the Pubb,~ shers.
T H E CULVER WEIL L 3EDlCAL CO.,
4 na st.. %ew Yo rk, N. Y.; Pa.-t Uni:e Bx
WVe wa.nt a li:nited ntun>r of active, en
01r1 t- cantIvasser:- to en:gaget int :1 lea.ant
e:! troitable' bn inesr. G.ood meni will
i I ti.-a raree- c :~
PCI- w il~ p .-- :wrt3 irie
neutor irte. en -in .am ' py
tatu.in~v:t.b ies Tt.-yt pa --emen
Ma::.::. on S:>. . Nwo'r m . bu.
hi neepe Saiorv i
In th.o Ridinnerv Une