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hITOEI N AND MARKET
There is but little regular gar
den work after this month, excep
caring for the crops and preparing
for those of early spring. ThE
rubbish that may have accumulatec
should be cleared away ; manur<
and plow or spade as much of the
garden as possible.
Cold frames should be ready fol
the early lettuce, cabbage, etc. I1
is a simple matter to construct one
of rough boards, the rear part tc
be one foot high, front eight inches
nailed to posts set to give a widtl
equal to the sash used. It is bes
to -put the frames in a shelteret
place facing the south. The ob
ject of the cold frame is to keer
the plants from sudden changes
of weather-not for growth. The
sashes should not be put on unti
the cold weather demands it.
Beets and Carrots are injured by
freezing and should therefore be
dug so soon as growth is com
pleted. Parsnips and Salsify are
improved by frost, ar d only enougb
ofthese for present use need be
dug; they may be packed in dry
earth in boxes, and stored in the
cellar. It is objectionable to store
large quantities of roots in the
house cellar, as foul gases are con
stantly rising through the house
making the air unhealthful to the
inmates. Cabbages should be taker
up before the ground freezes and
stored in trenches. These may
be made by plowing a deep fur
row. The cabbages are heaped
head downward, in the trench, ani
ebvered with straw and earth. A
simpler way is to set the cabbages
<m;theirlheads in single rows and~
cover them with a few inches oi
earth. Celery not yet earthed up,
should be attended to. First
bring the leaves together and then
draw the earth up.-in American
Agriculturist for October.
-TEE- FErUr GAEDEN.-The advan'
tag of a fruit- garden are many,
and all farmers should have one.
Now is a good time to choose a
plae -and prepare it for raising
fruitef the smaller sorts. The soil
- ihua be well-drained and rich.
Srawberry plants may be set out
tantithe coming of the frosts, after
bih the soil of the beds should be
eovdred with litter, putting it
a ity over the plants. There is
no igreat gain, as to the fruit, in
pfanting strawberries late ; but the
soil is in better condition now than
ia spring, and work is not so press.
i ngh No crop can be expected the
naeiikeasonl unless potted plants are
set. Two feet between the rows
-iwill be the distance most suitable
for working a small cultivator
among the plants. Blackberry and
Easpherry plants had better be set
cout in the fall, as they start grow
ing so early in the spring. Black
tberries should be 6 to 8 feet apart
in rows, and the Raspberries 4 by
4feet. In picking the Grapes for
aSI?kit it is]best to use the grape
esiNors, which allow the bunch to
e aenoved without handling and
defiig thie' bloom. The thin
'skwad varieties, like the Concord,
will not keep long, but the tough
skinned kinds, as the Catawba,
Iona, and Dian~a, may be preserved
in good shape until the holidays.
To thus keep them the grapes must
be well ripened, picked with care,
and left in a cool room for a few
days until the skin gets tough.
Pack them afterwards in small
boxes (3 to 5 lbs.)1 - > 'g the
fruit in from the bottom, and put
ting on the cover (bottom), with
some pressure, and tacking fast.
Label the other side, which is the
one to be opened. Keep in adry
and cool place until sent to market.
[(n American Agriculturist for
The following is said be a good
cure for colds. Boil two ounces of
flaxseed in a quart of water ; strain,
and add two ounces of rock candy,
one-half pint eof honey, j'aice of
three lemons ; mix and let all boil
well ; et' cool, and bottle. Dose,
one cupful before bed, one-half
cupful before meals. The hotter
you drink it the better.
Anderson will build a $10,000
Opera House at an early day.
A highly devout Baptist woman
At Shetland, Ontario, ceremonious
ly baptizes herself every day.
As regards the Governorhip of
Georgia it is understood that Gen
eral Gordon is in the hands of his
Gen. Beauregard will go in Oc
tober to the Yorktown celebration
as the invited guest of the State of
A girl slid from the arms of her
partner in a waltz at Davenport,
Iowa, and died instantly. The
cause was heart disease.
During the year South Carolina
has put two new cotton factories in
operation and six more are being
built with Southern capital.
Gambling houses are licensed in
New Orleans, and the revenue from
the gamblers is used to sustain a
poorhouse, which the system helps
On British railroads the guards
are sworn in as Constables of eyery
county through which the line
passes-an obvious convenience in
case of a row.
The close and continued hang
ing on of Grant to the new Presi
dent is exciting comment. It evi
dently means something, but what?
Time will tell.
Mrs. Burke, of Omaha, made
$1,000 at the Nebraska State Fair
by riding ten miles in 20 minutes
and 34 seconds. She used four
horses, and made six changes.
The Greenville .Vews states that
farmers in that section are not
trying to evade their fertilizer
debts. It adds that 'the poorer
they are the more honest they are.'
The New York Sehgmans had a
clerk named Settheimei-. He spec
ulated in Wall street, lost $30,000
of his employers' money, fled, was.
hunted down and captured and is
now in jail.
Dr. Marion Sims says that the
President had the best medical
men in the world-that there are
no superiors in the profession to
Drs. Agnew, Hamilton, Woodward
It is announced that twenty-four
white women have married negroes
in Boston in one year. They
wanted something unique in hus
bands, and Chinamen are very
scarce in that city.
The Atlanta Phonograph comes
to the conclusion that the man who
pursues farming for a series
of years without accumulating
enough to carry over a season's
crop is not a success, and never
You may have heard of the busy
bee. Well, it's all bosh. In thir
ty days he lays up enough to last
through the Winter and then loafs
all through the rest of the Summer.
Bee-keepers have watched and dis
covered this fact.
Newspapers published at great
market centres announce almost
daily an advance .in the price of
some article of food. It is going to
be a dear- year for the table. Cloth
ing will remain cheap, and wages
are not likely to advance, but food
and rent are going to be higher in
iBoston has a lady barber. She
ia blonde and very pretty. A re
porter who was shaved by her
speaks in glowing terms of her
skill. The lady herself says that
her work is light and easy, re
quiring just the dexterity that
women possess, and she wonders
that more of them do not go into
General Burnside was a lone leaf
on the tree. His wife died some
years ago, and he had no children.
His father and mother were born
in South Carolina and moved to
Indiana in 1813, where they were
subsequently married, and where
the General was born in 1824.
There were few kindlier gentlemen
in all the world than this childless
A Chinese witness in a Philadel
phia court, after taking an oath
with a particularly loud kiss of the
Bible, was asked if he considered
himself bound thereby to tell the
truth. He complacently answered
that the Bible was no more to him
than the lawyer's old white hat.
The only form of oath that he
would respect, he said, was to cut
off a chicken's head while repeating
certain words in Chinese. A
CLOT H ING.
I. L. KI
CLOTHING. FALL AN]
With the Largest
CLOTHING. To Be Found
CLOTHING. To all of uhah
Sep. 28, S.+-tf.
Has employed a Cu
ence in his CUSTOM
Fall, who will, with h
stylish cut of his gari
the most fastidious.
. A.N ELEGA:
FOREIGN AND DO
SUITS, $25 AT
Aug. 24, 34-tf.
APPLES. ORANGES. BANANAS.
A full supp1ly of goods in rsesalwy o1
BEr Prompt attention given to orders.
C . B.AR
55, 57 & 59 Market Street,- -
Oct. 5, 40-Gin.
There is now in Stock at
Shiver's Corner, i
- A Full, Fresh and
D R 0
Ladies', Men's ani
These goods were purchased unde~r favc
are OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR P
May 11, 19-tf.
IIOLSE BLIDIG AM) FLRISI
MECHANICS' TOOLS of every descripti
Wagon and Carriage Building and Trimnr
Circular Saws of all sizes furnished to ord
lndia Rubber and Leather Belting; India
Lacing, Babbitt Metal, Machinery Oils, Fi
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Laths, Grint
Window Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, B
Sugar Cane Millp, Sugar Pans and Evapo>
Threshers and Separators, Woven Wire fo
-Corn Shiellers, Feed Cutters. Hoes, Axes, I
Solid Steel Ploughs of all kinds, Plough S
Coil, Wagon, Well and Halter Chains, Tir
Grain Cradles, Grain and Orass Scythes, 8
Has the agency for tbe celebrated WATT
are sold at reduced prices.
All goods guaranteed as represented. Ort
tory city reference will have prompt and caref
SbOutfit furnished frec, with full in.
structions for conducting the most
po1iabl1 business that anyonecn
arn liand our instructions are so simpl
roft rm tevr start. No onle can
suesfu ias nen. Boys and girl ca earn
ness over one hundred dollars in a single
week. Nothing like it ever known before,
an rapidity awith which tey are able to
a moy ou cpane'e in eti busi
e our spare tes cat nireat pot
o oul writae to iuvst apt inct. Wer
nished alrtee Adresk. Truos& who rea
ney,sol.rt t 13oc. All-fy.
nreeWdreRRY True EL.Aa
&Iaine. Oct. 13. 42-ly.
NAR D'S CLOTIING.
INF IIM,~ CLOT HING.
11A, S. C.. CLOT HING.
:1) FOR THE
) WINTER CLOTHING.
and Best Stock of
H IN G CLOTHING.
iSING G000S CLOTHING.
n the State. CLOTHiNG.
n Zittt arenti. CLOTHING.
1 1 I'__ __ _ C L O T H IN G .
3IA, S. C.,
tter of much experi
,is son, noted for the
nents, be able to please
NT LINE OF
a Peanuts a Specialty.
LEMONS. COCOANUTS. RAISINS.
ONIONS. CABBA GES.
and. No Commission or Auction Goods han
>re depend upon first class stock.
T, & C O. .
- - CHIARLESTON, 8. 0.
the Old and Noted House,
n Columbia, S. C.,
Complete Line of
I Children's Shoes,
VGS, OIL CLOTHS,
rable auspices by an esperienced buyer, an4d
RICES. Try them.
EX'OR. k CO.
flTA, S. C.
ING IARDWARE IX TilE STATE,
Rubber and Hemp Packing.
les and Rasps of all kinds.
r Screens Bolting Meal, &c.
eel ad Irn Back Bands.
e, Band and Rod fron.
P OUGES and Castings of all kinds, which
ersaceoimnanied with the mone or satisfac
A ice assortment of CROCKERY arid
GL ASSW ARE just received and for sale byi
WhOVE let. al qu if ou athone.A
o t.ill cotquick iftou carry onte
BUShE sin ll cotius brtes carrn the
DTTOTUNC in all its banhe and keens a r
A IIRAIITI iISI
THE STUDY OF l
The Labor of Years A<
the New Inducti
Has Opened a STUDIO o
Store for the R,
Having Tanght this Method in the Nort
ville. S. C.. now offers her Services an.d th,
& It is impossible to set forth ALL TI
Old System, in an Advertisement. but invil
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is s
It does away with years of drudgery.
It takes the Pupil almost immediately i
cont inues the same throughout the whole (
I* is not a superficial method, but appli
out any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educa
This Method is entirely different from t
An opportunity is offered to all to gain<
for Less Expen
& Many of my Pupils in the South
which was gained at a nominal expensc~ w
DOLLARtS per Lesson.
This Method fulfils the maxim that "'Wb
ens life and increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 et
g|B Books and Sheet ausic will
FOR FURTHER PAITiCULA 1;S, CAL]
Feb. 2:, s-Vf
W E, the
at Helena, S.
(;--_perior to any~
RI. W. Doone.
M. A. Carlisle.
M rs. E. F. Blease.
'G. WV. Garmnany.
The Springs can be had at J. 9. HA
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SH
.&D FOR SA&LE BY W. 7.
Drugs Ae Fancy .irticles.
Wholesale and Retail
DR UG GIST,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Prescriptions compounded withi accuracy
nd nicety at all hours.
The Prescription Clerk's bed room up
tairs over Fant & Whirter's Grocery Store,
~rent room. Jul. 27, 30-if.
DR. E. E. jACKSON,
ORUEiT AND ~EMIST,
COLUMBIIA, S. C.
Removed to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
:als, Perfumneries, Toilet Articles, Garden
nd Field Seeds, always in store and at
Orders promptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15-if.
The Proprietors of this C'elebrated Water
g Place re*spectfully announe~ that it will
e opened this Season on the 1st of May,
nder the same managemnt as last year.
TERMS OF' BoaRD.
Per dar..................$ 2 (0
Per week. ................. 12 00
Per week for 2 weeks..... ...10 00
Per week for 2 weeks......... 9 O
Per week for 4 weeks.........s80
:ot.gE to RT?.nt-nm. tnnment-of 3
-coI liS hed iln WEe(k by
ivea Mcethod for the
ver R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
eception of Pupils.
h with Unparalleled Success; also in Green
e Method to the CITIZENS OF NEWBERRY
IE ADVANTAGES this Method has over the
e all interested to Call at the Studio. or Send
o Simple that even a Child of Five Years can
nto the Science of Musical Compositions, and
Jourse of Instroction.
es to all Music precisely as it is written, with
ted class of the community.
he Old System.
t Mu.sical Educration in ra short time and
e than ever before.
are now successtully Teaching this Method,
hile my expense for Ttition alone was FOUR
atever shortens the road to learning, length
s. Per Lessona.
be Furnished on Moderate Terms.
ON OR ADDIRESS.
IRS. W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C.
Z1, 1S76. No. 18&8. 90
ndersigned, now using the TWIN SPRIN~G
. ZOBEL & CO.,
C., take pleasure in stating that they are su
-we have ever used.
T. C. Pool. W. T. Tarrant.
S. F. Fant. J'ames McIntoshi.
J1. 0. Hlavir<l. .Juius E. Cha;pman.
WV. W. Houseal. (. G DeWa#lt.
WV. HI. Wallace. Z. I'. Mo,ses.
D. W. T. Kibler. A. W. T. Sinnuiouzs.
U. B. Whit es. R. L. McCagurin.
VIP.D'S, andI at the Furniture Stores in
Mar. 16, S81-~11-!.f.
00K STOVES I
THE BEST IN THE iMARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and kinds. Five
sizes with Enameled Reservoirs. Ad!apted to
all requirements, and priced to suit all purses.
Double Wood Dloors, Patent Wood Grate,
Adjustable Damnper, Intereban~geable Auto
matic Shelf, Broiling Door, Swinging Hearth
Plate, Swinging Flue-St.'p. Recversible Gas
Burning Long Cross Piece, Double Short
Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Fire
Doors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, etc.
Unequaled in Material, in Finish, and in
EPPA RD & CO., Baltimore, Md.
WRIGHT, Newberry, S. C.
IPiedmiont Seminary for Young
A high-class School for Young Ladies,
at Spartanburg, S. C., where a thorough ed
ucation is guaranteed and the best methods
and text books are used. Located in the
well-known Piedmont House, one of the
most cht.rming Summer resorts in the "up
TheCorseofStudy comprises the usual
branches taught in the best Female Col
leges; the personal and constant supervi
siol. of each pupil will De found to be a spe
cialty of the institution, as well as good
andI abundant food, and the retining influ
ences of a Christian home.
TERMS PRn SESSION OF TWENTY WEEKS:
Collegiate Departmenit (including FREE
Tuition in Latin and French). $2.5; Interme
diate. (giving a sound English training), $20;
Primary, $12..50; Contingent Fee, $1.50;
Board (including fuel, furniture, lights and
Pupils received at any time and charged
from date of entrance.
If notified in time the Principal will meet
pupils at Columbia a 1e~w days before the
commencement of each Session.
Ari Circulars and References can be ob-]
tgined at the ofice of THE NEWBIERRY HER
Present Session ends June 17; Autumn
Session begins September 12.
J. HENRY HAGER, A.M.,
Spartanburg, S. C., Mar. 15~, 1881. 11-tf
(Formerly PLANTERS' HOTEL.)
MARKET SQUARE, ]
SAVANNIH, - - - GEORGIA.
1. 1. IIA2NET & CO,, Proprietors, 1
This favorite family Hotel, under its r
mnagement is reeommended for the ex
cellence of its CUIIsINE, homelike comforts, t
PROMPT ATTENTION anid MtOIERATE RATES.
& Ladies andi familes visiting Savannah
will find at the Harnett House a select and ti
elegant home diuring their sojourn in theb
city. May 25, 21-tt.
IN NEWBERRY HOTEL. ~
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
-ASSENG ER DEPARTMENT.
CoLUMIA. S. C., August Sth. 1551.
On and afterThursday. September 1st, 1551. the
PAS1:NG ER TRAINS will ruu as herewith inl
dicated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 42. LP PASSEN(EI:.
Leave Coiunbia,A - - - 11.20 a in
Ststnu;. - - - - 12.'_; p in
Newberry, - - - - 1.21 p to
Ninety-Six, - - - - 2;. p n
" Hodges, - - - 352 p m
" LBelton. -, - - - O.I; p mi
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 6.1 in
No. 43. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 10.33 a m
Belton. - - - 11.57 a m
Hodges, - - 1 12 p m
Ninety-Six, - - - - 2.31. p in
" Newberry, - - - 3.47 p is
" Alson, *- ,. - 4.46 p inm
Arrive Columbia.F - - 5.50 p m
5PARTA. BURG, UNION & COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No. 42. UP PASSENGER.
Leave A ston, - - - - 12.40 p m
St:rother. - - - - 1.13 p m
Lyles Ford, - - - - 1.26 p n
Shelton, - - - - 1.36 p m
F.shDam, - - - .56pn
" Santue. - - - - - 2 4S p i
" UnioL, - - - - 2.35 p i
" Jonesville. - - - 3.04 p in
' colet., - - - - - 3.24 p m
Sparta burg, S. U. & C. Depot, B4.':3 p in
Arrive Spartanburg. It. & D. Depot, E 4.12 p in
No.43. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Sparta:burg, It. & D. Depot, H 1248 p n
Spartauaburg, S. U. & C. Depot,G 1.'7 p m
" Pacolet. - - - 139 p m
Jone"ville, - - - 1 59 p in
Union. - - - 2.36 p in
Santuc, - - - .2 p In
" Fish Dam, - - - 3.15 p m
" Shelton, - " - 3.37 p n
Lyles Ford, - - 3.47 p m
" Strother, - - - 4.11 p in
Arrive at Alston. - - - 4 36 p in
Leave Newberry, - - - - 3.55 p m
Arrive at Laurens C. H., - - 6.45 p In
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 8.30 a in
Arrive at Newberry. - - e 11.3.) p m
Leave Hodges, " - - - 3.56 p m
Arrive at Abbeville, - - " 4.46 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 12.15 p In
Arrive at Hodges, - - - - .O5 p in
BLUE RIDGE RAILnOAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton at. 508 p in
" Anderson 5.41 p In
" Pendleton 6.2o p m
Leave Seneca C, 7.2 p m
Arrive at Walhalla 745 p m
Leave Walhalla at, - - 9.23 a in
Leave Seneca D, 9.54 a in
" Pendleton, - - 10.3D a In
" Anderson, - - 11.12 a m
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.48 a n
On and after the above date, through cars
will be run between Columbia and Henderson
ville without change.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points t
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. it., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At.
laIta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlo:,te, Columuia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C.,s
which is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
J. WV. FRY, Superintendent.
A. PoPE, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after September 4, 1881, Passenger
Trains on this road will run as follows un
til further notice:
GOING EAST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Leave (Col,umbia at - - - 5.55 P. M1.
Arrive C:amden att - - - 8.:;7 P. M1.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 10.30 P. M1.
GOING WEST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Leave Charleston at - - - (.:20 A. M.
Leave CamUden at - - - - 7.45 A. M1. h
Arrive Columbi.ia at - - - 1.55 A. .3. n
WAY FR~EIGHT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. M1.
Arrive Camden at - - - - 1.00 P. M.t
Arrive Augusta at - - - - 3 20 P.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 1.55 P. M1.t
GOING WEST DAIL.Y EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Charleston at - 9.95 A. M1. C
Leave Augusta at - - - 7.5 A. M1. E
Arrive Columbia at - - - (.20 P. M1.
*Passenlgers leaving Columbia or Charles- a
ton on these trains will have to change cars b
at Branlchville to reach Charleston at 1.55 P.
M., or Columbia at 6.20 P. M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M1.
Arrive Augusta at - - - - .25 A. M1.
Arrive Charleston at - - - .50 A. M1.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - 8.00 P. M1.
Leave Augusta at - - - -. - .00 P. M1.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.00 A. M1.
On Columbia Division 'ight Express
Trains run daily; all other Trains dlaily ex
On Augusta Division all Passenger Trains X
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night.
Express Trains-berths only $1.50-between '
Columbia, Charleston and Augusta. On h<
Saturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
are sold to an d from all Stations at one first
class fare for the round trip, good till 11on- gi
day noon to return. Connections miade
at Columbia with Greenville and Columbia ey
Railroad ad Charlotte, Columbia and Aiu- .
gsta Railroad at Charlotte Junction -by 11
train arriving at Columbia at 10.5.5 A. M1. at
and leaving Golumbia at 555 P.&f., to and
from all points on both Roads. At Charles- ar
ton with Steamers for New York on Wed
nesdays and Saturdays; also, with steamer SE
for Jacksonville and points on St. John
River and with Savannah and Charleston tli
Railroad to all p)oinIts South.
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad to
and from all points South and West. --
Through tickets can be purchased to all
points South and West, by applyit,. to
A. B. DESAUSSURE, Agent, Columbia. -
D. C.ALLEN, G. P. & T. A,
JOHN B. PECK, General Superinten dent. lu
TO Tourists and Health-Seekers. R
;ummer Sehednle to the KountninE of West- fj
ern North Carolina. th1
PARTANBUR6, UNION & COLUMBIA R. R,, wi
SHEVILLE & SPARTAXBUIRG RI. R.
On and after Monday, May 16th, 1881, the
'ollowing Schedule will be run over these
toads daily, (Sandays excepted):
DOWN TRAIN-NO. 1 M
aave Hendersonvile... .........800 a. mn. kn
"a Spartanburg............12.10 p. mn.
"Union...................2.14 p. mn.
rrive at Alston...............4.25 p. mn.
UP TRAIN NO. 2. is
eave Aiston.................12.10 p. m-. all
" Union..............,.....:2.15 p. m-. hol
"Spartanburg............4.00 p. mn.D
trrive at Hendersonville.........7.00 p. mn.
DOWN TRAIN NO. 3-ACCOMMODATION.
,eave Spartanburg.......... ...6.00 a. m.
" Union................8 20a. m. tak
trrive at Alston.............11.25 a. m.
UP TRAIN NO. 4. p
.ave Alston..................5.00 p. m |n o
" Union...................7.50 p.m.|
rve at Spartanburg...........9.1 5p.m. _
This train makes close connection at Als
>n with down train on C. & G. R. R. from
Close connection is made at Alston with i
ain from Columbia on Greenville & Colum
a Road. At Columbia, connection is made
-om Charleston, Wilmington and Augusta. par
Atratnug oncini aea a
Atr LineDetanurg cntins m Atat ea
udCalte lowt SaeLn oGen,
.rine eosih.risfo Alnacl
PdCarote deso ofiit tgine tor GHennand
prins owh ont fitretcnb poie
iathirst clesrs ofvincstn from ar's Liery
talsi edrovll traoal fi
r ter ponsofitrstcnbrpoie
ith first class conveyances from the Livery St
tables in Hendersonville at reasonable Du
FREE TO EVIRYBODYI
A BJEAUTIITL BOOK FOP,~ TilE ASKING!
B3 appl_ying p.!rsorially at the nearest of
lice of THE SINGER MANUFACTURING
CO. (or by postal card if at a (iioance) any
AmrLr person will be presented with a beau
tifully 1ulustr.Aed copy of a New Book etli
tor of the S inM achir,
containing a handsome and costly steel en
graving fr.,atispiece ; also, 2S finely en
graved wood euts, and bound in an elabo
rate blue and geld lithographed cover. No
charge whatever is made for this handsome
book, which can be obtained only by appli
catCon at the branch and subordinate offices
of The Singer Manufacturing Co.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURIN6 CO.
Principal Office, 34 Union Square,
May 18, 20-ly New York.
(A Med!inc, not . Driuk,)
HOPS, ,UCGiiU, !ANDRAKL xE,
AN 1) rIiR PiJ -T .I N a Ex.wr !'S' >im r. QrLC.I
'rILS OF -ILL OTELI: TTEr.
All D! eesof t heStcmach. Bowe s. Rlood.
Livier, i'adw-9 y.:an1 1 rinary 0 :;u. N er
vornlSssMceepi.sne.s and especlahy
Q 'iem lale Ccnipiints.Q
$1000 IN COLD.
W!1 he psld for s cae toy w"' not cure or
help, or 11:-,yting i "- r -ri mrI:: .us ;
Ask your arort " -: :t st3 aad t'y
them b'efure :-: :;A..a: no Other.
D.1. C is an rh. -,-arI 1 :it ca:-e for
D/rulh.ente: , . - ,' " h .. CU Lilt: n
Ci S\D io ',l: , Ld LR,
G. W. ABNEY,
.TTORNEY - AT - LAW,
Office Over Boozer's Store, Mower's Building.
Will practice in the Courts of Edgefield
nd Newberry. All business entrusted to
ne will be promptly attended to.
Sep. 15, 38-tf.
BIG PAY WANTED.
We want a limited number of active, en
rgetic canvassers to engage in a pleasant
.l profitable business. Good men will
ndl this a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY.
Such Will please answecr this advertise
aent by letter, enclosing stamp for reply,
tating wvhat business they have been en
aged in. None b)ut those who mean busi
Lss need apply. Address
FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.,
Nov. 37. 1880-47-2y. Atlanta, Ga.
'reserve Your Old Books!
E. R. STOKES,
lank Book Manufacturer
Has movedt oIpposite the City Hli;, where
e is fully prepured, with first-class work
1en, to do all kinds ot' work in his line.
1iLANK UOOKS RULED to any pattern
nd bound in any style desired.
My facilities and long acquaintance with
ie business enable me to guarantee satisfac
on on orders for Banik Books, Railroad
ooks, and Books for the use of Clerks of'
ourt, Sheriffs, Probate Judges. Masters in
quity, and other Coun ty Officials.
Psmn phlets, Magazines, Music, Newspapers
nd Periodicals, and all kinds of publications
oundl on the most reasonable terms and in.
te best manner.
All orders promptly attended to.
E. R. STOKES,
Main Street, opposite New City Hal?k
Oct. 8, 41-tf. Columbia, S. C.
Election is Over.
Now go and hear the votes counted at
L ARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
Korks that have ever been exhibited in
uwberry, are on exhibition. And while
tere sit for your picture, and take to your
>mes5 some of their superior photographs.
We warn you that delays arc dangerous:
>ere it is too late.
Mir. W. 11. Clark feels confident, ai:er an
perience of fifteen years, that he cean
oduce a class of work that will piease&
d give periect satisfaction.
Copying old pictures and enlarging to
y desired side, also reducing to the
allest, a specialty.
For style and quality of work, refers to
e editor of this paper.
Nov. 10, 46-tf.
SOutfit sent free to those who wish to
engage in the most pleasant and prori
table business known. Everything
new. Capital not requi.red. We will
enish you everything. $10 a day and up
trds is easily made without staymng e way
>m home over night. No risk whatever.
mny new workers wanted at once. Many
a making fortunt s at the business. Ladies.
tke as much as men, and young boys audi
713 make great pay. No one who'Is wil
.g to work tails to made more every day
tn can be made in a week at any ordinary
Sp loyment. Those who engage at once
1itind a short road to fortune. Address
Hlallett & Co., Portland, Maine.
)ct. 13, 42-1y.
'his commodious edifice, situated on'
LIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., ajid
own as the
'ow open, and invites the peopie one and
to call and know what can be done at all
ars, to wit: Ain Extra Good Breakfast,
mter, or Supper, for TWENTY-FIVE
'orty or fifty regular boarders will be
:en at proportionately low rates.
'he convenience of location, excellent
inig water, well furnished table, etc.,
inmend this house to every one.
)ct. 16, 42-tf.
[LLmIASThX UIAL HOLIiE
tespecifuly effers its services ao those
ents who desire to secure for their
ghters the thorough anid symmetrical
ivation of their pnysical, intellectual,
moral poes It is conducted on
Lt is called the "One-Study"
lan, with a SEM1I-ANNUAL Cot'asE: Ot
dy ; and, by a system of Tuitional Pre
mns, its 1Low Rates are made still lower
ALL wl* average 85 per cent.