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According to the IWestern Far
mers' Amanac, the old fashioned j
method of ploughing under manure
has now bec>>me obsolete. Good
farmers now no longer follow old
fashions because they are old, but,
having become used to think for
themselves and knowing much'
more of the science of their art than
was known a score of years ago,
ready to strike out new
. paths for themselves. The com
mon method with manure now is
to keep it near the surface, to in
termingle in with the soil as much
as possible. We have discovered
that in feeding plants we must not
only place the food within easy
seach of the plants but must al
so apply the best food in the best
. ,condition. These conditions are
secured by a -thorough mixture of
the manure in as finely divided a
Sboidifin as possible throughout
the JppRer three or four inches of
the soil. The best practice is to
spread the manure upon the
ploughed ground and to work it in
with. the harrow. This is most
- conveniently done by having ma
S inure in a fine condition. Fine ma
nure may be made in two ways,
eithby piling it and rotting it in
the 'heap, or by using only short
litter. The ordinary harrow will
mix the manure with the soil in
the most effective manner. With
long manure the work is not so
esly done, but it may be accom
plished by persevering. The msa
a"9nre will be drawn into heaps,
'9$ doubtless, but by freeing the har
row and. spreading these and har
rowing again and again, if necessa
ry, the desired result will be- at
tined. There are some improved
k inds of harrows which do this
work much better than others. The
sloping toothed harrow acts fav
orable by pressing the manure into
the soil and drawing the earth over
i;the flexible chain harrow has
the same effect, but the steel disk
harrow not only does this but it
cuts and breaks up the long litter
a and reduces it to fragments. This
harrow consists- of a series of thin,
sharp-edged disks, which revolve
upon axles in a different direction
from that of the movement of the
implement. Each disk thus not
only cuts into sol, but it throws up
a small furrow of light soil behind
it, this latter effect being assisted
by the concave or saucer-shaped
form of" the disk. The result is
very satisfactory either when sod
has been turned down (and this
comes under the head of manur
ing,) or when coarse manure is to
? be spread ; the soil too is left in a
* very favorable condition for sowing
or planting. These short hints may
be found- seasonable at any ilme,
because the making and use of ma
nure is a work of every day in the
year. in one way or another, or
Warr SIZE TREES TO BUY.--Pur
chasers of trees often make the
* mistake of supposing that the larger
the tree bought the greater thei
gain. Nurserymen, who of all men
should know as to this, say that
-there is absolutely nothing gained
*by buying large trees. This ap
plies, of course, in a general sense.
If a tree could be removed every
few years. so as to have an abun
dance of fibrous, or small roots,
there wou]d be no check on re
moval, and such a tree would
never become too large to move
profitably. The general run of
trees are not treated thus, and so
the larger the tree the less likely is
it to have many roots, and as a
consequence the tree must either
be pruned back severely, or let
alone to make a weak growth, and
perhaps die. The best way is to
get a medium tree, treat it well and
it will give far more satisfaction
than a large one would have done,
without much doubt.
Cutlets and steaks may be fried
as well as broiled, but they must:
be put in hot butter or lard. The
grease is hot enough when it
throws off a blackish smoke.
To remveirn- oud-ro lne
wash teo in mol sfronm slne
wash the spots in a strong so1u-'
THIE B.t D 01.
As for the bad boy we love him.
His name is legion-so are his
vices and virtues and interviews
ith t he paternal shingle - (we
1ave shingles for free distribution.)
When he goes home to-night with
one leg of his trousers in the
swamp and the other ripped to
he knee, one eye in mourning for
i departed wasp nest and an eccen
tric nose testifying to the straight
ness of another bad boy's aim, the
half dozen polliwogs that he car
ries will not be a sufficient peace
-ffering for his many transgres
sions. He will remember in the
)aek yard rehearsal, between the
pendulous vibrations of the vigo
eous shingle the beauties of tem
perance and the propriety of the
firther political education of his
father ; and still later when tire
aature's sweet restorer is tenderly I
lealing his bruises, undigested mul
berries and green plums shall rise
up in rebellion and cholera morbus
shall claim the bad boy for its own
until drenches of paregoric and
salts and jalaps and pain killer and
liver pads of mustard and hot
bricks and red pepper and mush,
shall have fully prepared him for
the labors and trials of another day.
It seems to us, and we submit in
this connection, that it is a waste
of good medicine to give bad boys
-One has never been known to
lie. They always survive dogs,
mules, drowning, snake bites,
ueasles and cyclones and grow up
to be either members of Congress
>r editors of newspapers. Their
sins are then adequately punished.
A Nicx.-In Galveston, there
is no coin of a lower denomination
than a nickel in circulation, this is
of course, a great inconvenience.
For instance, yesterday two men
quarreled on the avenue. The big
ger man of the two said to the
'For three cents I'll give you the
confoundest licking you ever got in
The little man looked wicked.
He had his coat off in less than a
minute. Then he took out a nickel
aind tendered it to the other party,
'I said I'd lick you for three
cents, and I'll do it. That's five
cents. Gimme three cents, and I'll
ix 'iou so the Coroner will have to
hire a hack to get enough of you
together to hold an inquest.'
'You can keep the change,' said
the little fellow, edging up.
'I'm like the country. I don't
want any change. I stick to my
proposition. Gimme three cents
and I will destroy you.'
'Here is fifteen cents. Suppose
you lick me five times, and then it
will come out even.
'After I've licked you once there
won't be enough left for a dog to
lick. - I'm not going to rob sour
widow and orphans of twelve cents.
Gimme three cents and the trouble
can begin right now. It's not my
fault that there are no copper eosa
Mature reflection: 'My darling,
have you thought of the happy
summs that our lives will be when
we are joined for better or worse ?'
'Oh ! yes, John, I've thought of!
'And have you thought of the
bright home that we will build on
the foundation of our affection, and
which will be painted with the dy
ing flashes of the sun and furnish
ed with the silver and .gold that
makes the night of heaven beauti
'Oh! yes, John, ]I've thought of
~Have you thought of the years
that will come to us across the sea
of time, white capped but blue with
promises of years to come f '
'Sure's you're born, John, lIe
thought of it ?
'And have you thought-?
have you-'? have-- ?'
'OhI I'yes, John, more than all the
rest. and John, let 'us name it after!
A man may learn infidelity from
books and from men, but never
An obstinate adherence to cus
toms is as turbulent a thing as in
Conscience is the voice of the
soul ; the passions ar'e the voice of,
The sweetest prospect is that
Th a iS ;tow i S.ttlck' ai
d 0r 11Orlier, 411
A Full, Fresh and
Ladies', Men's and
Tile %ovds were purchased under favor
tre OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR Pi
ay 11, 19-tf.
HAS .i'rST RECEi1'ED the
Largest and Most
hat has ever been in the State, and
AT PRICES TO SI
Suits of Middlesex Flannel at 1 .
Ien's ;Cheviot Suits ALL WOOL Guarantec
Y outlh's Suits :3.50 to 10,t)+.
B:>ys' Suits 141 50, k2.it, k2.5o to 815.(.O.
ALSO, a Fine Stock of TAYLOR'S CEI
Iide of S:lver, Tan. Chocobate and Whit.o.
I hIve added at stock of F INE S I
ent,emai's outfit. Gnaran:eed ot to :p c
I am stilt keeping uj
naking the Finest C
State. Mly Cutter is
~tyles as they make
Samples sent on app
9f (only) French and .
W(ys on hand.
On Hand-r-white Duel
Nobby Dusters a Special
W. 0. SWAF
M ECHANIC0S' TOOLS of every descriptic
Wagon au I Carriage P>uilding and Trimi
Circular Sa ws of ali sizes furnished to orde
India Rubber and Leather Belting; Indlia li
Lacing. Babbi;tt Mletal, Machinery Oil.s, Fil
Lime, Cement, P1.ister, Hair, Laths, Grind:
Window Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Br
Sugzar Cane Mills, Sugar Pans and Evapora
ThlreshIers and Separators, W~oven Wire for
Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters, Hoes, Axes, H
Solid Steel Ploughs of all kinds. Plough Sti
Coil, Wagon, Well and Halter Chains, Tire
Grain Cradles, Grain and G;rass Scythes, &<
Has the agency for the celebl t WATT I
reC sold at reduced prices.
All goods guaranteed as represented. Ordi
rv city reference will have prompt and carefu
*iedmont Seminary for Young!
A hih-clas.s school tor Young Ladies.
t Spai ,tanbur g. S. ( ., whore at ihorough e'd
ud te.xt boo&k., are~ used. 1.ocatedl in the
et -knIown Piedmo( nt 110use, oneC of the
nost charing i. Sunnneir resorts ini the "np
The Course 0f !stadv compriseS t hie usual
ralches taught in the best Female Col
eges: the personal and constant supervi
;ion of eaeli pupil wyili be founid to be a spe
:ialty ot theC lustitu1tion1. as well as good
d abundant food. and the retining influ
nees of a Christian home.
TERCMS PER- SES'siON OF TWENTY WVEEiKs:
CllegiaLte Departufient (minehling FRtEE
uition in Latin and French)C. $25: Intermie
ate, (giving a sound Engiish training).820;
~rimary. $L250: Contingent Fee. $1.->:
oard (including fuel, furniture, lights and
Pupils re:ceived :dt any1 timie awiIl eiharged
prom date of entrance.
If notified in time the Principal will iimeet
mU ilIs at Coumi a tew day- beore the
~omencment of each Session.
&p Circulars and Reterences can be ob
aied at the otiice of.TE NEWvnERRY IER
Present Ssion1 enids Junie 17; Autumn
e~sson begins September 12.
JT. HENRY H AGE R, A.M..
Spartanburg. S. C., Mar. 15, 1881. .i1-tt
CHIARLESTON. S, C.
the Old antd Noted House,
i Columbia, S. C.,I
Complete Line of
GS, OIL CLOTHS,
)ble auspice l, an esperie cdi buyer, and
ICES. Try thn'm.
E'OR. k CO.
Complete Stock of
JIT THE TIMES!
s at 10.50.
,EBRATED STRAW i;ATS. Manillas in
[OES, the article found to complete a
qr break. If they do, will be replaced by
Apr. 13, 15 tf.
> my reputation for
'ustohn Work in the
diive to all the latest
their appearance in
None but first-class
lication. A full line
English Suitings al
E and Fancy Vests and
nIA, s. C.
AND DEALER IN
IA, S. C.
~ubber and Hemp Packing.
es and Rasps of all kinds.
iors, Fan Mills.
Screens, Bolting Meal, &c.
ames, Shovels, Spades.
seI andi Iron, Back Bands.
,Band and Rod Iron.
LOUGHS and Castings of all kinds, which
ers accompanied with the money or sati.sfac
I attention. Oct. 0, 41-tf.
SPARTANBJRG CO., S. C.
The Proprietors of thi.4 Celebrated Water
ing Place re.nectfully announce that it will
be ope'ned ti.s Season on the 1st of May,
under the same mianagement as last year.
TERMS otr DOARD).
Per day...................... 2 00
Per week. .................1 00
Per weck for 2 weeks..... ...10 00
Per week for weeks......... 9 (0
Per week for 4 weeks......... 8 00Q
Gottagcs to Rent--per tenement-of 3
room, -- for the Season, 8:0.00 ; Whole
Cottages-t; rooms-for the Season,
Of Secial attention gvnto shipping
the Water. The Spriugs can be reached
Iom Sparranburg at lowest rates by Hacks.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
Mlay Ii, 19'-tI Pr oprietors.
A. W, T. SIMMONS.
This elegant new llotel is now open for the
recptioni of guests, and the proprietor will
spare no effort to give satisfaction to the
travelling public. Good airy rooms, comn
fortable beds, the best of fare, attentive, ac
comodating servants,and moderate charges
will be the rule. June 9, 24-tf.
A ya Rnlr n-r Artirea
TILE STUDY OF 31
The Labor of Years A<
the New Indui ctiv
Has Opened a STUDIO ove
Store for the Rect
IIaving Taught this Method in the North t
ville. S. C., now Olfers her Services and the 1.
.Ow- It is inpossible to set forth ALL TIIE
Old Sytemn, in an Advertisement, but invite a
IT SAVIES TIME AN) MONEY. It is so S
It does t way with yours of lrudcleery.
It takes the Pupil almost immediately intc
continues the same throughout the whole Con
It is not a superficial mnethod. but applies t
out any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educated
This Method is entirely different from the i
An opportunity is ofered to all to gain a _1
Jor Less I:tpense I
,e-- Many of my Pupils in the South art
which was gained at a nominal expense, Whilb
DOL LAIS per Lesson.
This Method fultils the Tilaxim thtt "Whatc
ens life and increases usefuIness."
Terms, 50 ets
g ' Books and Steet Music wtl be
FOR FURTIHER PARTICULA1:s, C.ALL 0
Feb. 8-t f.
Patented, Nov. 21,
WE, the und
V ED, m
- treln; S C
perior to any w'
R. W. Boone.
M. A. Carlisie.
G. W. Holland.
Mrs. E. F. Blease.
.0. W. Garmnany.
The Spritigs can be had at J. 0. HIAVI
Manufactured by iSAAC A. SHEP
AND FoR SALE BY W. T. WF
I am manufacturing three styles of Sewi
as to defy all comnpetition. No family n
personl otut of eusploymnent after reading
No. I. Style, s
The "Centennial," ____
makes the Stitch diteetly
from two spo;ols is war
ranted to do the whole
range of fainly sewing
with the greatcst ease
and most perfect man
nr, and sells
For .. - 2-15
No. 3. Style,
makes at will either the Lock-stitch, Ch
and is the finest Sewing 3Machine ever in
EVERY MACHINE IS WAR
Sewin'g 31achinc Agents and others wv
ae in a proYfitab)le business. Send for
The Patent Folding Tal
A pr. 6i, 14-4im.
FAR THE BEST.
Large, .,iry roo-nis. Table unsurnassed,
and that Exem.rEm Sraisa WArm-a maket
ieua t., a seaside o mountain home. r
)IpIlishJedl ini Weelo-: by
'icthod 1u the
r R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
?ption of Pupils.
ith Unpu,ralleled Success: al.,o in Green
[thod to the CITl7,ENS OF NEWBEldmY
ADVANTAGES this Method has over the
1 interested to Call at the Stuffio, or Send
mnde that even a Child of Five Years can
the Science of Musical Comnpositions, an<i
eeof Instruct ion.
oall Music precisely as it is written, with
clis of the community.
1it:e ErUe-tion in at short time and
malen ever biforc.
now sucecesfully Teaching this Method,
my exmnse for Tuit ion alone was FUR
ver shorter.s the road to learning, length
S er Lessoitn.
Pa rexphed on aloderae Teras.
N 0 ADDRESS,
1S. W. H. CLARK,
Ncwberry, S. C.
1876. No. 184498.
~r.,igned, no-. using the TWIN SPRING
.ZOBEL & CO.,
take pleasure inm statinig that the.y are su
a have ever used.
T. C. Pool. W. T. Tarrant.
S. F. Fanxt. Jamezcs McIntosh.
J. 0. Havird. Jnnius E. Chapman.
W. W. Houseal. G. G. DeWaIt.
W. H. Wallace. Z. P. Moses.
D. W. T. Kibier. A. W. T. Simmons.
U. B. Whites. R. L. MlcCaughrin.
RD'S, and at the Furniture Stores in
Mar. 16, 1881-11-tf.*
TH E BEST IN TH E IMARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and kinds. Five
izes with Enameled Re::.ervoire. Adapted to
i requirements, and pricd to suit ..' purses.
)ouble Wood Doors, Patent Woo Grte,
Ldjustale Dampecr, Inuterche: geable Auto
atie Shelf. Broiling Imor. ?r inging Hearth
1ate, Swinging Flue - Stp. Iteversi%X Gas
urning Long Cross Picee. Double 5hor t
enters, Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Fire
oors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Pianels, etc.
Unequaled in Material, in Finish, and In
PA RD & CO., Baltimore, Md.
IGHT, Newberry, S. C.
ng Machines aud selling them at such
eed be without a Machine, and no
[TRAORDINA RY !! !
No. 2, Style,
- ~,, The "Best,"
a striltly first-ekss Shut
tle M 'chine is warrantl
ed to do the same work
as th Singer and to be
a Sunerior Matchiue in
Prie, - 2 .
in-stitch or Spi.ral Embroidery stitch
vented. Price, $30.
.ANTED FOR 3 YEARS.
11 findl this a grand opportunity to en
Dircular and Terms to
ile and the Latest Styles of Sewing
ine Cabinet Work.
No. 645 NORTH BROAD STREET,
Containing anm "Index of Diseases," which
ives the symnptomns, cause, and the best
reatment ot eaen ; a table giving a'l the
..,,,.:al1drugs nsed for the horse, wih the
Coltmbia & irevillie t.!nen.
f ' cMSF.NGl'.R li'Alfl.MENTl.
('0".M, 1A. S. .. .1ay ith. j .
ii ut:.t1 :tter Wednrite-d:ty .1nue i.t, 1S-!. th:
P.\ sF.:\t;. :I' .:lN-S n ii runt a- l.-re-w : ii:
die:ty', th!i- road and its bran it".
D::iiy. eNcept Sunday .
\,,. 42. U' l'AsSENGF:.
Is v <olu en.. - - - '. n :.
Newberry. - - - - 1.50 p
13,itona. - - 4 1 t
Arrive (iree:ville. - - - - ; 2,
No. 4i. D OWN 'ASSEN(.,1
L e a v e (i; e ein v ille . 1 ,- - 1 - 0 .2 7 1
" Hetmn. -]- - 12 a 1.
'- Ho ges. - - 18yl
Newberry. - - - :i.i pn
" AL:on. - - 4.5t p u
Arrive Cohimbia.F - - 5.5. p t
sPARTANBURG, UNION & COLUMBIA RAILROAD
No. 42 U1' PASSENCER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 12.05 p n
- Strother. - - - - 12.42 p n
Lyles +ord. - - - - 12.5S p I
siwvitonl. - - - - 1.i4 p 1
t iA D.im1. - - - - i.27
"' antIe, -- - - - - 1.45, p nS
- Uniou. - - - - - 2.14 p
" lonesvil;t. - , - - 1.44 p r
ic Let, - - - - - :.- p 1
'' p:rt: turg. S. 1.." C. Depot .1, 3.4 p n
Arrive . : t:t:- bunt , 1:. & 1). Del f:. 1-- 4.i" 1, L
.o.4:;. 1L0W N P'.-SFNEN 1--1.
Leave ;. rin. g urg. Yt. & 1 .ihp:" ,i i1 1- a n
- 1uw,t...._ - - - 12 p nn
l:ion. - - - ?.:5 p n
- antuc, - - - 2 47 p n
" Fish Dam. - - - 3.07p n
Slhelton. - ' - . p 2
" 1.VItS F-rd. - - F3:3 t
- trot her. - - - n3.7 pn
Arrive at Ah-ttn. - - - 4.4"3 p n
Leave NXewLr.y, - - - - 4.., p :
Arrive at Laurens 1. H.. - - ;.5o p n
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - SJ: at
Arrive at Newberry. - - a 11 3 p n
Leave ilod. es. , - - - 335 p r
Arrive at Abbevilie. - - 4.25 p) r
Leave Aibevilic. - - - - 12._. p rr
Arrive at 1.,d.es. - - - - 1.11) p r
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD- AND AN(DISON
Leave ilelton at. 4.57 p
Andersen ":>4 p 1
" Pendleton 6.11 p n
Leave SeIeca (. _ ..p n
Arrive at Walhalla 7 4" .1 1
L:ave Walhalla at, - - 9.23 a n
Leave Seneca D. P.54 a n
Pendleton, - - 10.30 a n
Anderson, - - 11 11 a n
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.46 a r
On and after the above date. through car
will be run between Columbia and Henderson
ville without change.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and August:
Railroad from Wilmington and al
points North thereof.
With Oharlotte, Columbia and August:
Railroad from Charlotte and all point:
North th lereof
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Roa
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Rail
way for Atlanta and all points Souti
D. With Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Rail
way from Atlanta and beyond.
l.. With Rtichmond & Dauville Railroad.
F. With South Carolina Railroad tor Charles
With Wilmington. Colcmbia and August:
Railroad for W~ilmington and the North
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusts
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Ranilroa<
It. Witht Rtichmond & Danville Rail Roa<
from Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washingtors. D. C.
which is litteen minutes faster than Columbria.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. Pope, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company
CHANGE OF SCHEDUJLE.
Oni and after May 15, 188L P'assengel
Trains on this road will run as follows un
til further notice :
GOING EAST, (DA.ILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Le;ave Columbia at - .00 P. :31
Arrive Camden at ---- - ---.45 P. M
Arrive Charleston at - - - 10.45 P. M1
GOING WEST, (DAILY EXCEPt SUNDAYS.)
Leave Charleston at - - - 0.00 A. M
Leave Camden at - - --.15 A. Mi
Arrive Columnbia at -- - 10.;5 A. M
WAY FREIGHT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT WNDAYs.
*Leave Columbia at - - - ;.30 A. M
Arrive Camden at - ---2.19 P. ML
Arrive Augusta at..-..-.-..-.....X
Arrive Charleston at - - - 1.55 P. M1
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDA YS.
*Leave Charleston aLt - 9.95~ A. 31
Leave Augusta at----- -- 7.-55 A. M1
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.:30 P. 31.
*Pasj.sengers leaving Columbia or- Charles
ton on these trains will have to change car:
at Branchville to rea<ai Charleston at 1.55 P.
M1., or Columbia at 5.:30 P. M~.
GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Colunjbia at - - - 9.00 P. 31
Arrive Augusta at - - - - 7.25 .A. AL
Arrive Charleston at - - - 6;.35 A. 3.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at -- - - .lO. P. M.
Leave Augusta at - - - - 7.00 P. 3L
ArieClumibia at - - - 5.30 A. M.
On olubiaDivision Night Express
Trains run daily; all other Trains dlaily ex
On Augusta Division all Passengcr Trains
Sleeping Cars are attached to Nigh
Express 'I rains-berths onliy S1 .50-between
Columbia, Charleston and Augusta. Or
Saturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
are sold to and from all Stations at one first
class lare for the roundl trip, good till Mon
day noon to return. Connections made
at Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
Railroad and Charlotte, Columbia andI Au
gusta Railroad at Charlotte Junction by
train arriving at Columbia at 10.35 A. M.
and leaving Columbia at 6.00 P.M., to and
f'rom all noints on both Roads. At Charles
ton with~Steamers for New York oii Wed
nesdays and Saturdays; also. with steamer
for Jacksonville and points on St. John:
IRiver and with Savannah and Charleston
Railroad to all points South.
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georgia Railroad andI Central Railroad to
and from all points1 South and West.
IThrough ticets can he purchased to all
points Soth ad West, by applying to
A. B. DEuSA USsURE, Agent, COlabia.
D. C. ALLEN, G. P. & T. A.
JOHN 13. PECK. General Superintendent.
To Tourists and Hlealth-Seekers.
Summer Schedule to the Mountains of West
ern North Carolina.
SPARTANBURG, UNION & COL.UMBIA R. R.,
ASHEVILLE & SPARTANBURG RI. R.
On and after Monday, May 16th, 1881, the
following Schedule will be run over these
R.oads daily, (Sundays excepted):
DOwN TRAIN-NO. 1
Leave Hlendersonvile.............8 00 a. mn.
"Spartanburg...... ........12.10 p. mn.
"Union.................,2.14I p. m.
Arrive at Alston...............4.25 p. mn.
UP TRAIN NO. 2.
Leave A!ston...............12.10 p. mn.
" Union..................215 p. m.
" Spartanburg............4.00 p. mn.
Arrive at Hlendersonville... . .....7.00 p. mn.
DOWN TRAIN NO. 3-ACCO3M3ODATION.
Leave Spartanburg.............6.00 a. m.
" Union..................82a. m
Arrive at Aiston...... ........11.25 a. m.
UP TRAIN NO. 4.
Leave Alston..................5.00 p. mn
"Union.................7.50 p. in.
Arrive att Spartanburg........ 9.15 p. mn.
This train makes close connection at Als
ton with down train on C. & G. R. R. from
Close connection is made at Alston with
train from Columbia on Greenville & Colum
bia Road. At Columbia, connection is made
from Charleston, Wilmington and Augnsta.
At Spartanhurg, connection is madle at
Air Line Depot with trains from Atlanta
and Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn
Parties desirous of visiting Casar's Head
or other points of interest can be provided
with first class conveyances from the Livery
Stables in Hlendersonv-ille at reasonable
Cougs, coids, Sore Throat, Bron
chIs AstJ- Y hma, Consu mption,
And All Dlnease" of THiROAT and LiNGS.
Put up in Qrar:-4ize Io:tes for Fa.Iy Use.
IScienLliic d:-,- pret:p:ed o! Erdram T,,in C-t+.NiZed
I Rock Lau:dy, .-'.aa .e, and .)1:,r t",tled .- :e romula
1 ia : nour o :- teCst p:.ybici:nm. i lya e. cts edOd
byy thlemt. '.'. the ,c , 'f our 1:t,t pr i-o-nt
ehemist. P+. ( A. 1: A !N:R. ? CLicago, ison the
label of e:c:y b : w- -.-w" to :.e mndicat
professioni tilat 'TOf.L ?:) R I m i t r',: wi:1 - frd the
gge%te-t re-iW for Cau.bs, C ds. n6. Brvachitis
1 .- . 'r'Tama.. Wok !.::rf~. ,.Lw, Gtnrumption, in tho ina
e1r,ientar.d ad m ...---, %ris.
Vl. : ".' A(iL and APP1ZER,it mAkes&
dalivhtiuiai i !' ""-iy UA. Is' pi 3 .t to too ;
weak ~r <e! 2 t t, t. );ives tone, acticnty and strenth
to7th - -\ DON'r SE DECEWED
ers vu - tryt. t !Z, ru"n y, a t R,ck and Ryeo in
p: of our U,' l:OhK AND RYE. whica 3s
oc tu e :: 'v u+ ;t. -i :- .'. " !.. e genuire hat
1 Vr s.: 1El' ' St i'A M? on each bot:a.
A I:E V IA.RTIN, Propr;etora.
111 lIad!son Street, Ch:cago.
1 r A1- your 3itu_Nt for it!
r A$ y(:ur 5 tir:o erc tt for it?
j (hdren. ash your '.tamna for It9
1 tL-Sold by 1)Z;U ST14, GrROCERS rt
1 WINE ERCI.I ANTS everywhere.
HHw 'Lost, How Restored!
1 urpuih ed. tfnew edition orDR.O .
I.wu- Ea:CT-DEst on the radli
a( e r "- ;:: :\.t T :HF . or italll:)!
Wekns. InvOh arv se..minal Losses. Ii.
11")TEa. Mental :: E'hysir:t Incapacity,
pud::iitto Marriage. ec ; also. CON
r'IP:\., E;ErLLPsY xi FITS. induced1 by
-Idu!'-ece r .exaI1il eXt1tLvaganCC. &c. -
Th'ie ('r":e)d " u hr. in his :dmirble
I'say, ciary em:.tarates, from a thirty
Siar t ::ccessfuli practice. that the a2arni
S11'a ons(qette)1cCy 01 .selI-at.uSC Imay be rad
n ia!.y curt : p)oiti; out :1 mICd of cure at.
onct s:"imp-l. fertain :aM1 erectlal. by means
a of .ich ( very stiii!rer, no imLtet what his
R (0nd 'ition! may be. 2may cre himiseif cheap
2 ly. Irivat'ly and radicily.
1 A i i 1Tis Lecture should be in the hands
i oflevery youth and every malin in the land.
a lent un(er eal, itT a 1plain enve!ope, to
! any at'dre:css, 1post-pairi., on reeeipt of six
_'ens or two poslage stap)s. WE HAVE
AL. .' A S'1i: CL*Mi.E n11 T.l'E Wio:,M.
THE CULVER.W ELI. MEDICAL CO..
41 A nn St., :e w York. N. V.; Post Office Box,
45V;. A Pr. ,, 2t-ly.
A'ST H E
ReSpec fuiy oters its services to those
p:arc.: Who desire to secure for their
SUhters the 2.3:touh and syme:trical
et:l.i- a ion of their phvsicai, it;:e l!ectual,
l. n)rai powers. It is conducted on
a i caedC:i the " O -Study"
Plan,- with a SmiI-AssNuaL . ousa of
da . :' :aud. byv a system of T'uitional Pre
fr .u.L who averge S5 per cent.
L No P:bile F.xercs. No "Re rin.
Graduad:n, which is ainays priva'. may
oj(cur eight times a*ear.* i lw
RlEV. S. LANDER, Presidenz,
Oct. T, a 1-!y Williamnstont, S. C.
G. W. ABNE Y,
ATTORNEY -AT- LAW,
OfEice Over Boozer's Store, Nower's Building.
W ill prctie in it Courts of E<igeiielId
and Newvberry. All business es:trusted :o
me will be promiptly attcnded to.
We want a limited numberT of active, en
ergetiC canvassers to engage in a pleasant
and proi!table b)usiness. Good men will
id this a rare chauiCe
TO MAKE MONEY.
Such will please answer this advertise
menOlt by letter, enclosing stamp. for rely,
stating what lbusiness they have b)eenl en
agdi.None but those who mean baisi
FIN~LEY, lIARVEY & CO.,
Nov. 17. 1850-47 -2y. A tLanta. Ga.
MRS. EMMA F. BLEASE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
This c:ommlfodiCus and spacious Hotel
nlow open andu fully p)repared to ente
The Furniture 0-' every de-seription is
and no0 effort will be Spa:red to ma:ke per
sons patronizing the e~sblshmnent at ome.
The RVoms in t his Hotel tr*t sp eions,
well lighted, andl( tihe best ventilate#of any.
Hotel in the up-country.
The Hlotel is furnished with fmn, cistern
and 'well water, and the table is guaarantaed
t.o be the best in the place.
-July 2z, 1h80. 30-ly.
Preserve Your Old Books !
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Book Manufacturer
Has mnoved1 opposite the City Hil, where
he is fully prepared, with first-class work
men. tOodo alt kinds of work in his line.
BL ANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
and bountd n anly SIyie desiredl.
My faclities and long acquaintance With
the busineuc enable me to guaran:tee satisfac
t,Qon on orders for Bank Books, Railroad
Books, and Books for the use of Clerks of
Court, Sheritfs, Probate Judges. Masters in
E owitv, and other Couty Omials.
1 IS phlet, Maigazincs, Munsic, Newspapers
andI Perioai-cals, and at!l kinds of publications
hound on the most reasonable terms and in
the best mnner.
All orders promptly attended to.
-E. R. STOKES,
Main Street, opposite New City Hall,
Oct. S, 11-U'. Columb~ia, S. C.
fl u.ttit et free to those who wish to
entfit i th nmost leasant and profi
0al business known. Everything
new Capia not required. We will
furnlisl you everything. $10 a day and up
wards is easily miade without staying away
from home over night. No risk what ever.
Manv ne workers wanted at once. Many
jaes mig fortun- s at the businiess. Ladies
mkasmuch as men. and young boys and
ilmaegreat pay. No onie Who is wil
igto work tails to made miore every (lay
than canf b)e mfiade ini a week at any ordhinary
emiployment. Those who engage at or.ce
wit! rind a short road to lttuneO. Address
H. Hallett & Co., Portland, Maine. '
IN NEWRERRY HOTEL.