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IN TIE POULTRY iOUSE.
A correspondtr. of the Coudry
Gentleman says: Kerosene ard
lard are as essential in the poultry
house as soap and water in th
nursery, and I would as soon think
of going without the latter as the
former. I never see a sign of a
louse unless we are careless and
neglect the remedy, or rather the
preventive. I do not wait until
..Ahe chickens are ten or twelve days
old, for by that time the mischief
would be done; but I begin the
Fe1 before, and all through the
Winter, once in two or three weeks,
zab the. roosting poles with a mix
ture of lard and kerosene, half and
half, and put a little on the corners
of 'the. nest boxes. When I set a
hen I use new, soft, clean hay, and
on each corner of the box pour
clear kerosene; it must not touch
the-eggs. If very, late in the sea
son, it will be best to repeat this a
few days before hatching. I take
the chicks. out as fast as they are
dry, and keep them by the kitchen
-,ina basket_ under a woolen
b for one or two days. Then
eiskhick's head is rubbed with
t.f anti-louse mixture, and any
insect that may may have
laa: in wait in some unguarded spot
wl Inever obtain a meal from that
eT. Care 'must be taken not to
ono iD6 much, or it will run in
WMe eyes. Oneim a young assis
t used it so freely that thirty
c -~bee~amDe entirely blind, and
fnsare so infested with rats as to
srons loss to their occupants,
-'; ui~ arious remedies are resorted
- - K~-o>heir destruction. None
will. prove so effectual, however, as
tomake a.simultaneous attack up
o~ them "'dl along the .line," by
setting ,steel traps, deadfalls, trip
head barrels, delu'sion traps, to
gether with a 'poison box, or box in
Swhich yon. have.continued to feed
them on cheese, buttered bread,
&c., until they will almost come
for calling, when saturate their
bait with deadly poison, and they
an&i their' neighbors will come
floekig in to enjoy the repast,
which ~as' soon as partaken of, and
resolutions of thanks passed for the
kindness, will cause them to retire
j# handsomely to rest forever. This,
and keeping a thorough-bred rat ter
ier or two trained for the purpose,
will soon make the place too hot
for thems But to render their ex
termination the more complete,
co 'cert of action must be had by
alf interested. Every farmer should
take his'own premises in hand, and
then, 'after so arranging his out
buildings as 'to shut the destruc
tive animals- out, he can make use
of the above means with every
IXF.nmnE BA.-Warm poultices
should be applied to the cow's
*bag by means of a broad linen
bandage tied over the loins. It
hould have holes in it through
which 'the teats- should be allowed
to protrude. Apply the bandage
first, and - then fill in an ample
poultice of equal parts of ground
flax-seed and bran. The udder
should- be kept free from milk,
both by allowing the calf to suck
and by frequent stripping by the
hand. Stimulants should next be
be applied, with smart friction, by
the palm of the hand, such as soap
liniment or turpentine liniment.
At the same time the bag must be
Jconstantly supported by means of
a sheet tied over the loins, and
having holes in it, through which
the teats can protrude. Feed
moderately on sloppy food, and ad
minister a pound of Glauber salts
dissolved in a quart of warnm water,
and to which add an ounce of
ground ginger. If, in spite of
these efforts for relief, abscesses
should form they should be freely
opened with a lancet and the mat
ter evacuated. The resulting wounds
may be dressed with an ointment
of one part of Venice turpentine
and two parts of hog's lard.
COTTox.sEED MEAL.-An1 authority
on stock raising says the extra
value of the manure dropped by
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFUCTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetite,Nausea,bowels costive,
pain intheead,with a dull sensation in
tLe Fack partjain under the shoiader
blade, fullness afr-eating, wih a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind,
IiHtijbiity of temper, Low spirit,s,
of memory, with a feeling of having neg
lected somecluty .weariness, Dizziness,
Iittering oftheHeareidi~Dotsbefore the
es, Yellow Skin, Headache, Restless
ness at night, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE WABINGS ABE UNHMED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS are especially adapted to
such cases,one dose effects such achange
of feeling as to astonish the safferer.
They Inc*ase the Appetite, and cause the
boy to Take on Flesh. thas the system is
nourished. and by theirTonicAction on the
gte Organs, Fegular stoois are ro
dud. "Price 25 cents. 35 Murray St, --y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
GRAY HAI3 or WHIsKERS changed to a GLOSSY
BLACK by a single apication of this DYe It
CTimarts a natural cloor, acts InstAtaneously
Soldb Drugg:ts, or sent by express on receipt of $1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
(&rTt17 4L~ of Valuable Information and)
a ai e =FUE an appltion
Feeble and Sickly Persons
Recover their vitality by pursuing a course of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitt.ers, the mnost. popu
lar invigorant and alterative medicine in use.
Genera debility, fever and ague, dyspepsia,
constipati, riieumatism, and other maladies
are completelv removed by it. Ask those
who have used it what it has done for them.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
A nice assortment of CROCKERY and
GL ASSWARE just received and for sale by
W. T. WRIGHT,
Who still has only a few of those CH EAP
STOVES left. GaIl quick if you want one.
Who still continues to carry on the TIN
BUSINESS in all its branches, and keeps a
full line of
Tinware and Stoves.
And last, though not least, who will do
all the ROOFING, GL'ITERING and other
JOB WORK he can get, just as cheap as he
cnn afford it. Mar. 23, 47-1y.
It is a perfect model of
I COMPORT and
AT MODERATE COST.
This Buggy is constructed of the very.
bs~ select material, and is so perfect in
construction (as well as simple) that there
Nothing to Get Out of Order !
The motion is so gentle as to enable the
most delicate invalid, as well as those in
robust health, to travel with perfect ease.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED,
Manufactured and for sale a t
OPPOSITE JAIL1. - - NEWBERRY, S. C.
Mar. 2, 9-6m.
fil Outfit furnished free, with full in
profitable business that anyone can
engagetin. The bonuinssh is oas
o learn, and our instructions are so simple
and plin,n that any one can miake great
poitfromi the very start. No one can
fail who is willing to work. Women are as
sucessful as men. Boys and girls can earn
large sums Many have made at theC busi
ness over one hundred dollars in a single
week. Nothing like it ever known before,
\ll who engage are surprised at the ease
and rapidity with which they are able to
make money. You can engage in this busi
ness during your spare time att great profit.
You do not have to invest capital in it. We
taealthe risk. Those who need ready
mone, shuldwrite to us at once. All fur
nihed tree. Address True & Co., A agusta,
Mine. Oct. 13, 42-ly.
SAVING AND HAIR DRESSING~
Plain Street next door to Dr, Geiger's Office,
1 COLUMBIA, S. c.
Room newly fitted and furnished, and gen
tlemen attended to with celerity, after the
most approved styles. Nov. 22. 47-tf.
iENJ. F. GRAFToN, STORY B. LADD,
I HALBERtT E. PAINE.
Late Commissioner of Patents.
Pto ne,a-a AFnd &oiitr orAmeri
ctonesan-a and oe Ptens.0 m
41 anFIFTH STRE r Wu tetuo .
4ratiTe ptEnt.lwi Wali~trnhe inC
rtie Patnt l.and in lit aupree nd
the Patent a!i(l in ~ in' Supreme and
Circuit Courts of the Uriite~l states. P:un
Thnre ii a9w in R!ci at
Sid e's Corner,rl
A Full, Fresh and
Ladies', Men's an(
These god wore pirchaed nuder favt
are OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR ]
May 11, 19-tf.
HAS JUST RECEIVED the
Largest and Most
that has ever been in the State, and
AT PRICES TO 8
Su':ts o Middlesex Flannel at ;!2..
Meis Cheviot. Suits ALL WOOL Guarant
Youth's Suits . to kJ0,11).
Boys' Suits S1.5k , 2.00, i2.50 to R15.5.
ALSO, a Fine Stock of TAYLf11S C]
shadles of Silver, Tan, Ghoco!-me and White
I htve added a sOck of .INE S]
gentleman's outfit. Guaranteed not to rip
I am still keeping 'i
making the Finest
State. My Cuttter is
styles as they make
Samples sent on apj
of (only) French and
ways on hand.
On Hland---White Duc~
Nobby Dusters a Specia
W. 0. SWAI
Oct 20, 43-6nz. C LU IIii
TH E LA RCES'
MECIIANICS' TOOLS of every descript
Wagon un I Carriage Building and rTrinu
Circular Saws of all sizes furnished to or<
india Rubber and Leather Belting; India
Lacing. Babbitt Metal, Machinery Oil;, F
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hlair. Laths, Gtini
Window Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, I
Sugar Cane Mills, Suzgar Pans and Evaet
Thureshers aind Sep ar.dtors, Woven W ire 1i
Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters, Hoes, Axes,
Solid Steel Plough s of all kinds, Plough
Coil, Wagon, Well and Halter Chains, Ti
Grain Cradles, Grain and Grass Scy thes,
Has the agency for the celebrated WATT
are sold at reduced prices.
All goods guaranteed as represented. Or
tory city reference will have prompt and carei
Piedmont Seminary for Young
La ies. uugLais
ucati:on is iuateedl and the be.t mecthods
and text liOOks are used. I.ocat,ed in the
we,]-known Piedmonat flouse, one~ of the
mlost charmning duunner resort- in the "up
chot ourse of Study comprises the usual
bri.mecs taught in the best Fematle Col
leges: thte personal and constant supervi
son of each pupil will be found to be a spe
cialty ot the lInstitution,. as well as good
and abundant lood, and the retining imu
encelCs of a Christian homne.
TERMS P'ER SESCION OF TWENTY WEEKs:
Collegiate D)epartmenlt (including FREE
Tuition~in Latin and French). 525; Intermie
diate. (giving a sound English training), $20;
Primary. Si2,50: Contingent Fee. $1.50:
Board (including fuel, furniiture, lights and
Pupils received att any time and charged
from date of entrance.
If notitied in time the P'rincipal will meet
pupils at Columbhia a tew day., beflore the
commuencemnent ol eacth Session.
AO' Circulatrs and References canf be ob
tained at the oicie of THEi NEWLiERRY llE
Present Session ends JTune 17; Autumn
Session begins $ieptemnber 12.
J. 11ENRY IIAGE R, A.M.,
Spartanburg, S. C., Mar. 15, 1881. ll-ti
CHARLSTON, S. C.
the O1d and Noted House,
u1 Cohlmbia, S. C.,
Complete Line of
1 Children's Shoes,
NGS, OIL CLOTHS,l
rable ani.p'ces by in experienced buyer, and
'RICES. Try them.
EVOR. k CO.
BI A, S. C.,
Complete Stock of
UIT THE TIMES!
e'l at $10.50.
,LEBRATED STRAW HATS. Manillas in
EEOES, the article found to complete a
or break. 'If they do, will be replaced by
Apr. 1., 15 tf.
p my rep ut ation for
Uustomn Work in the
alive to all the latest
their appearance in
None but first-class
>lication. A full line
English Suitings al
k,. and Fancy Vests and
BTIA, S. O.
R AND DEALER IN
LID CUTfL ERY,
[3IA, S. C.
r VARIETY OF
Rubber and Hemp Packing.
iles and Rasps of all kinds.
rators, Fan Mills.
>r Screens, Bolting Meal, &c.
Rames, Shovels, Spades.
teel and Iron, Back Bands.
e, Band and Rod Iron.
PLOUGHS and Castings of all kinds, which
lers ascompanied with the money or satisfac
ul attention. Oct. 6, 41-tf.
SPARTANBUJRG CO, S, C.
The Proprietors of this Celebrated Water-1
ing Place respectfully announce that it will
be opened this Season on the 1st of May,
under the same management as last year.
TERMS OF BOARD.
Per day..................$ 200
Per week..................12 00)
Per week for 2 weeks..... ...10 00
Per week for 3 weeks......... 9 00
Por week for 4 weeks......... 8 00
Cottages to Rcnt-per tenement-of 3t
rooms -for the Season, $80.00) ; Whole
Cottages-hi rooms-for the Season,
Gi Special attention given to shipping
the Water. The Springs can be reached
f:om Spartanburg at lowest rates by Hacks.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
May 1 1, 109-tf Proprietors.
A. W. T. SIMMONS.
This elegant new Hotel is now open for the
reception of guests, and the proprietor will
spare no effort to give satisfaction to the
travelling public. Good airy rooms, com
fortable beds, the best of fare, attentive, ac
commodating servants,and moderate charges
will be the rule. June 9, 24--if.
An oko ril
A no Rnnlr no A et:irala
THE STUDY OF A
The Lahor of Years Ac
the New Inuteti
Has Opened a STUDIO o
Store for the R<
Having Taught this Method in the Nort]
ville, S. C.. now Offers her Services and tht
&B- It is impossible to set forth ALL TE
Ol System, in an Advertisement, but invit
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is s(
It does away*vith years of drndgery.
It takes the Pupil almost. immediately i
con tinues the same ihroughout the whole C
It i3 not a superficial imlethod, but appli(
out any change whatever.
It commenls itself at once to the educa1
This Method is entihely different from tI
An opportunity is offered to all to gain n
for Lcss EF-pens
4i- Many of my Pnpils in the - South
which was gained at a nominal expensc. wl
DOLLARS per Lesson.
This Method fulfils the maxim that "Wh:
ens life and inareases usefulness."
Terms, 50 et
sE Books and Sheet Music will
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, CALI
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
W E, theu
- t Helen a, S.
perior to any
Mrs. E. F. Blease.
G. W. Garmany.
The Springs can be had at J. 0. RiA
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SHE
AM%' FoE SALE EE W. T. V
I am manufacturing three styles of Se
is to defy all competition. No family
person out of employment after readin
No. 1. Style,
akes the Stitch directly
rom two spooil, is war
anted to do th e whole
ange of. family sewing
with the greatest ease
md most perfect man
mer, and sells .
For - - $1"5-.o
No. 3. Style,
nakes at will either the Lock-stitch, C
md is the finest Sewiug Machine ever
EVERY MACHINE IS WA
Sewing Machine Agents and others
;age in a prolitable business. Send fo
The Patent Folding~
Apr. 6, 14-';m.
ONE DOLLAR A -YEAR.
Oun MonTH LY is a magazine devoted to gen
ral and religious reading. Its cont:ins 24
ouble column pages and every endeavor will
se made to make it worth the money.
Every charitab!y inclinedl person should sub
et ib)e for it, as the entire sub.scription is devoted
o the support of the orphans in the
compliohd in WeCk by
ve iMetlod for the
ver R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
ception of Piipils.
i with Unparalleled Success; also in Green
Method to the CITIZENS OF NEWBERRY
E kDVANTAGES this Method has over the
e all interested to Call at the Studio, or Send
i Simple that even a Child of Five Years can
ito the Science of Musical Compositions, and
ourse of Instruction.
!s to all Music precisely as it is written, with
:ed class of the community.
ie Old System.
Musical Education in a short time and
e than ever before.
are now successfully Teaching this Method,
ile my expense for Tuition alone was FOUR I
itever shortens the road to loarning, length- I
s. Per Lessont.
be Furuwshed on Moderate Terms.
, ON OR ADDRESS,
[RS. W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C.
T.S C. Poo.. . T. Tarn.
m.F anuat. JaeMItyh
JI. OB iL J&iu CE.Capan
T. C. Pouel. W. T. Dealt.n
W. H. Wallace. Z. P. Moses. I
D. W. T. Kibler. A. W. T. Simmons. -I
1U. B. Wbites. R. L. McCaughrin.
VIRD'S, and at the Furniture Stores in
Mar. 16, 1881-11-tf.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and -kinds. Five
sizes with Enameled Reserv oirs. .Adapted to i
all requirements, and priced to sut alpurses.
Double Wood Doors, Patent Wood Grate, L
Adjustable Damper, Interchan~geable Auto- '
matic Shelf, Broiling Door, Swinging Hearth. tj
Plate, Swingihg Fiue-Stop, Reversible Gas- c
Burning -Long Cross Piece, Double Short r
Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, fluminated. Fire
]oors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, etc.
Unequaled In Material, ini Finish, and in C
~PPARD & CO., BaltImnore, Md.d
mmErH, Nlewberry, s. C.
wing Machines and selling them at such
) PRICES! ! G
need be without a Machine, and no .a
~XTAORDINARY !! !
No. 2. Style,
a strict.y first-chLss Shut
tle Machine is warrant- j3
ed to do the same work
as the Singer and to be A
a Sunerior Machine in
Price, - s .Li
lhain-stitch or Spiral Embroidery stitch
invented. Price, $30.
.RRANTED FOR 3 YEARS.
will find this a grand opportunity to en
r Circular and Terms to - L
DNYT LOT]I, A
Manufacturer of Le
abl and the Latest Styles of Sewing
'hine Cabinet Work. A
No. 645 NORTE BROAD STREET, to.
PEILADELPHIA, PA. Ni
Containing an "Index of Diseases,"whc
ies the symnptomns. cause, and the bes or
treatment of eaecn; a taLble giving all the wi
principal dr.ugs used for t e horse, wih the Sn
u illatdnpwe a
olumbia & trotville Railrvau.
PA.SSENG ER DEPARTMENT.
Col.UM RIA . S.. Jul)" 3(ith. I&S1.
Oi ::.d ufter Thursday, Juue 3-tu, 1S1, the
ASSE.NGER TRAINS will run a.s berewiti ni
ivati upon this road and its brauches.
!):tily. e.xcept un d ays.
No. 42. lP PASSENGEl.
,eave Colunbia.A I- - 11.:.( a -Im
' . ton, - - - 12.(8 p l
" Newberrv, -- - - - .it p m
" Hodges, - - - o43 ) ni
" Belton. - - - - 4.7 p in
,rrive Greenville, - - - - 6.19 p M
No. 43. DOWN PASSEN(iER..
,eave (reenville, - - - 10.33 a In
i; Belton. - - - 11.57 a M
" Hodges, - 112 p m
Newbe!rry, - - - 3.48 p m
" Astou, 4.46 -p ta
zrrive Columbia,F - - 5.5u p M
PA&TANBURG. UNION & COLUMBIA RAILPOAD.
No. 42. UP PASSENGER.
kave Alston, - - - - 12.10 p n
Strother, - - - - 12.51 p M
Lyles Ford, - - - - L8 p m
Shelton, - - - - 1.19 p M
Fish Dam, - - - 1.40 p m
Santuc, -- - - - - 2.01 p m
" Union, - - - - - 2.33 p l
" Jonesville, - % - - 3.0, p M
" l'acolet,- - - - - - 3.16 p ni
" Spartau burg. S. U. & C. Depot. B 3.5; p ir
Lrrive sp:rtinburg, R. & D. Depot. E 4.13 p m
No.43. DOWN PASSENGE.
,eave Spart:,isurg.R. & 0.%:pot,I 1246Dm
Spa I tai burg, S. U. C. Depot,G 1.19 pm
acolet. -4 p In
" Jnei.le. - -4pm
Union. -2.35p m
Santuc, --,.2 p m
Fish Dam, -3.19 p
" Shelton. -3.37 p
Lyles Ford, - 46pm
Strother. 4. p mL
Lrrive at-Alston, .6- 48pm
rri-ve at Laurens C. H., - 6.4 p M
eave Laurens C. H.. 830 am
.rrive at Newberry, - - 30p m
eave Hodges.- - 3.47 p m
.rrive 'at Ab'ville, - - . 4.37 p im
-ave Abbeville, - 312.16pm
.rrive at Hdges, . - - - 1.p m
LLUE RIDGE RAALROAD AND ANDESON
eave Belton at. 5.0 p m
SAuderLon .34 p m
4Pendleton .p m
,eave Seeca C, .47 p m
zrrive at Walhalia 47 p m
eave Walbaila at, -9.23 a In
erve Seneca ID, 9.4 a m
i Pendleton, 10.30 a n
" Anderson, 11.12 a m
,rrive at Belton, 11. a In
On and after the above date 7 through cars
,-il be run between Columbia and Henderson
ille without change.
L. With South Carolina - lroad from Char
With Wilmington, olumbia nd A sta
Railroad from Wilmington a an
points North thereof.
With eharlotte. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charaotte and all points
With Asheville & Spartaibarg Rail Road
forpoints in Western North Carolf.a.
With Chanta and Charlotte Air Line Rail .
way for Atlanta and all points South
. With Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Rail
way from Atlanta and beyond.
.With Richmond & Danville Rairoad.
.With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington. Columbia and Airgusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia , and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
. With Asheville & S pranburg Railroad
from HendersoDvi' e.
[. With Richmond & Danville Rail Road
from Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
hich is fifteen minutes-faster than Columbia.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. PoPE General Passenger Agent.
outh Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after May 15, 1881, Passenger
'rains on this road will run as follows un
i further notice:
GOING EAST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
.eve Columbia at - - - 6.00 P. M.
rrive Camden at--- --- 8.45-P. M.
rrve Charleston at - - - 10.45 P. M.
GOING WEST; (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs.)
,eave Charleston at - - - 6.00 A. 31.
,eave Camden at - - - - 6.15 A. M1.
Jrive Columbia at - - - 10.35 A. M1.
. WAY FREIGHT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
Leave Columbia at - - - 6.30 A. M1.
rrive Camden at - - - - 12.49 P. M1.
.rive Augusta at - - - 3.20 P. M.
rrive Charleston at - - - 1.5,5 P. M1.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
Leave Charleston at - - 0.95 A. M1.
eave Augusta at - - - - 7.55 A. M.
rrive Columbia at - - - 5.:30 P. M1.
*Passengers leaving Columbia or Charles
mf on these trains will have to changcecars
t Branchville to reach Charleston at 1.55 P.
[., or Columbia at 5.30-P. M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
eave Columbia at - - - 9.00 P. M.
rrive Augusta at - - - - 7.25 A. M1.
rrive Charleston at - - - 6.35 A. M1.
GOING WEST DAILY.
ave Charleston at - - - 8.10 P. M1.
eave Augusta at - - - - 7.00 P. M1.
xrive Columnbia at - - --- 5.30 A.M.
On Coluimbia Division N.ight Express
rains run daily; all ot.her Trains daily ex
On A.ugustafDivision all Passenger.Trains
Sleeping Cars are 'attached to Night
xpres Trains-berths only $1L50-between
olumnbia, 'Charleston and Augusta. On
iturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
ae sold to and from all Stations at one first
ass fare for the round trip, good,till Mon
iy noon to return. Connections made
;Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
ailroad and Charlotts Columbia and Au
asta Railroad at Charlotte Junction by
sin arriving at Columbia at 10.35 A. M.,
id leaving Columbia at 6.00 P.&L., to and
om all points on both Roads. At Charles
>n with Steame3rs for New York on Wed
rsdays and Saturdays; also, with steamer
>r .Jacksonville and 'points on- St. John
iver and With Savannah and ChiarlesZQn
ailroad to all points South.
Connections are made- at Augusta with
eorgi.a Railroad and Central Eilroad to
d from all points Soutb aid West.
Thfough, tickets can be purchased to all
yints South and West, by applying to.
A. B. DESAuSSUDA Agent, COlambia.
D. C. ALL EN, G.P.& T. A,
JOiN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
To Tourists and IHeaIth-Seekers.
umer Schedule to the Mountains of West
ern North Carolina.
'ARTANBUR6, UNION & COLUMBIA R. R.
SHEVILLE & SPARTANBURG R. E.
On and after Monday, May 16th, 1851, the
lowing Schedule will be run over these
yads daily, (Sundays excepted):
DOWN TRAIN-NO. 1
~ave Hendersonvile............800 a. mn.
"Spartanburg............12.10 p. mn.
" Union...................2.14 p. mn.
rive at Aiston...............4.25 p. . i
UP TRAIN NO. 2.
ave Aiston.................12.10 p. mn.
* Union................. ..2 15 p. in.
"Spartanburg...........4.00 p. mn.
Tie at Hendersouville..........7.00 p. mn.
DOWN TRAIN NO. 3-ACCOMMODATION.
ave Spartanburg.............6.00 a. mn.
"Union..................8 20 a. m
-ive at Alston...............11.25 a. mn.
UP TRAIN NO. 4.
".Unio......................7.50 p. m
re t Spartanburg......... 9.15 p. mn.
[his train makes close connection at Als
Swith down train on C. & G. R. R. from
30se connection is made at Aiston with
in from Columbia on Greenville & Column
SRoad. At Columbia, connection is made
ma Charleston. Wilmington and Augusta.
Lt Spartanhurg, connection is made at
r Line Depot with trains from Atlanta
I Ctiarlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn
artics desirous of visiting Csesar's Head
oteConso nees a epoie
other pitfitrst clancnvyne frmte provey
b-si edrovil traoal
:h first class conveyances from the Livery i
23,:- in Monriarcnnv-illa e renennahia |
TW 3E-: 43ia.-A AT
KIDNEGEN 1% high?y recmen) ded
and unsurpasxd for WE.'sd.'
JIDNEYS. DROP%1Y BBCVS L2'
3ASE, LOS of ENERY, - VO
DEEgL,lT .,or any, OBSTE CTiON8
a n: AVEL or
D NEA,%. A I%Or YE Lwv FEV ER1.
BLOOD and KZ D'%EY POSONNG-, in
infected wan ari..i secl.iol.
Vr-Sy the diFtJlaLtion of a FOREST t.AF with
,JUNIPER RFRMES and BARLEY AtALi ve hare
di!acovered KIDNEGEN, which acts sprc:iy on. the
Kidneys and Urinury Organs, removing depo.i in ths
li!adder and any straining, smnng,het--'r irn.'ation In
the water pIseages. giving them tre:ati; r and
c:nsing a healthy color and casy flow o, urine. It cAn
t>e taken at all times, in all climates. wit boct inrv to
hstm. Unlike any other prepartin fcr Wiey
Cileuties, it has a very plessznt and ag-e:tle tuAt
znd iavir. It ct-ntains poative diuretio prmpeeA
and %.iA not nauseate. L1udlex -s .e-xwiU
like.it, and Gentlemen will ind Kl1\?CEN the
best Kidnpy Tonic evn- used!
NOTICYF.-ach bottle bears the signature of LAW.
RENCE & MARTIN. as) a Pr-pri.-:ru t7:-ernne4
&rmp which permitsKIDNEGEN tobe-d-ndwith-mt
Fu up in Quart-stw Boulerfor Gteral and F:nil% m.
LAWREACE & MARTIN. Prop'rs, Chicag, 11.
ir:Sold by )ru;it, Groces and Declers evr: h
G. W. ABNEY,
ATTORNEY - AT - L AW,
Office Over Boozer's Store, Mower'aBuilding.
Will practice in the Cor of Edgefield
and Newberry. All busit fs entrusted to
me will 4e promptiy attended to.
Sep. 15, 38-tf.
I -We want- flimte-dmmber-of active-en
ergetic canvassers to engage in a pleasnt
&nd profitible business. Good men 'il.I
Thd this-a rare chanee -
Such will please answer this advertiie
ment by letter, enclosing stamp forkeqft
statiug what business they .4ave .been;.en
gaged in. None but those who mean busi
ness need apply.. Address -
FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.
Nov. 17,18-47-2yr --
MRS. EMMA F. BLEASE"
NEWBERRY, S. C
This commodious.and spacious Hotel-sI
now openi and fully prepared to entertain
all comners. - .- -
The Furniture of every description is new,
and no effort will be spared toumake all pet'
sons patronizing the sablish,meritat hotwe.
The Rooms in this Hetel arc spaciouis,
well lighted. and the best ventilated-of .any
Hotel in the up-country.
The lotel is furni'sTi with fine cistern
and well water, and the table is guarantaed
to be the best in tne place.
July 21; 1880. -30-ly.
Preserve Your Old Books!
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Book Manufacturer
Has moved opposite the City Hall, where 'a
he is fully -prepar-md, with -first-class work
men, to do all kinds of work in hris line. -
BLANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
and bound in any style desired.
My faeilities and tong acquaintance with
the business enable me'to guarantee satisfa'c
tion on orders for Bank Books,- Rafiroad
Books, and Books for,the use of Clerks of
Court, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in.
Equity, and other County Offcials.
Pdmphlets,.Magazines, Music, Newspapers
and Periodicals, and all kinds of publications
ound on the most reasonable terms-and in
the bes t manner. -
All orders promptly attended to.
E. R. STOKES,.
Main Street, opposite New City HalIt
Oct. 8, 41-tf. Columbia,S.Cr
Election Is Oyer.
Now go and hear the -votes counted at
CLARK'S GALLERY, where. the Auest
Works that have ever been exhibited
Newberry, are 6n exhibilon. And wb
there sit for your picture, anid take to-y.
homes some of -their-mperior photogra
We warn you that delays are danger
go ere it is too late.
Mr. WV. H. Clark feels conadent,te
experience of fifteen years, that}e a
produce a class of work that wij please
and give perfect satisfaction. /
Copying old pictures and entarging to
any desired side, also re&icing to the
smallest, a specialty. . ----
Fo, style and quality of work, refers tm
te editor of this paper. ~ B~S
Nov. 10>, 46-tf. - -.
SSOutfit sent free to those whdc Wislito
engage the most pleasantand'profi
table Detsiness known. Everythig ,
new. Capital not requ.ired. - e- 1 afl
furnish.you everything. . $103 a day Ad up
wards.is easilymnade withot ta .aw'ay'
from home oyei-night. No risk whatever.
Manay ne~w workers wanied at once. Many
: e mak'ing fortdne s at the business. Ladies
make as much as men, and young boys an&
girls make grgpay. No onle-who is wil
ling to -work fails to made mo're every' day
than can be made in a- week at any ordinary
mployment. Those who engage at once
will f!rnd a short road to fortumte. Address
[L. Hallett & Co., Portland, Maine.
Oct. 13, 42-ly.
IN NEWBERRY HOTEL
Being desirous of giving egrdsifac-~
on, I have spared no pamgs to make my. '
hop comfortable and agreeable to all who
isit mue. I will still conduct the business,
nd solicit plain and fashionable work. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. I thank my numer
us patro.us for their generous support in
he past. Sep. 22, 39-tf.
(Fornmerly PLANTERS' HOTEL.)
AVANNAI, - - - GEORGIA.
M. L. IIR ET & 00,, Propriotors,
This favorite family Hotel, under its new
ranagemneirt is reeommended for the ex
ellence of its Ct-IslNE, homelike comforts,
RO1PT ATTENTION and MODERATE RATEs.
Mir- Ladies and familes visiting Savannah
ill ffind at the Ilarnett House a select and
legant home during their sojourn in the
ity. 31ay 25,1-tt.
2MEW 011 SI0PPINR