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SYSTEM IN FARMING.
hera is perhaps no department
of busidess in which a definite and
consistent system ~of management
is so much needed as in farming.
In England and Scotland, where
an extended experience is the
gnide in practice, and where, from
the great value of land, the highest
-ets are paid by the tenant far
mers,e find in each locality a
very general conformity to a well
planned'ssystem of farm practice,
whgic-is-zeasonably claimed, under
&circunstaices, to give the best
results. The row price of the vir
lBoilsi of America, when first
brought under cultivation, to
ggtevth a jack of markets for a
ariety of products, and the many
other conditions inseparable from
the, ement of a new country,
havet "6^hhbits of practice that
are pe0%Vs: best defined - by their
lack of system. .Under these con
ditions, presented in what may be
;alled-pioneer farming, the tenden
cy is to grow, almost exclusively,
some particular crop, that eom
mands a ready sale at.paying prices,
withonttaking into consideration
e efreets of its continuous growth
on the future productiveness of the
s .Fhn pioneer who isesbjected
to the hardships and privations
that are of necessity connected
with the first settlement of a new
countm is undoubtedly entitled to
receive the fall benefit of the ac
cumulated riecies of thei 1soil he
brings under: cultivation, and the
~~uring' practice he resorts to,
YThk6h uniformly censured by
*arnN writers, is without
doubt,, under the circumstances,
e'ii b$the can possibly adopt for
his own immediate interests.-Dr
MQini k.iiiinArpeic~an Agricut
turist for Qctober.
WoSou..-The farmer must
Irlils~ -#heat'upon such land as he
hygi maybe clayor sand, wet or
dry,geh or poor. If it, be clay,
and other conditions are favorable,
hessy egpeeta plump, soft berry,
afuW%o. If his soil is san
dy nd ottier conditions favorable,
-the wheat is likely to have a smaller
'bhar~der Ekefrne, the quality will
pe bab better, but the quantity
~~hat .esan. If the soil be too
. an~~u wiRlpay to underdrain.
SWrerains two-rods apart, and at
rage depth of three feet, have
S deubiled the crop and paid the
(t82 expif&of the drainage in a
I ~.. year. If for any reason un
- er-drain'ng cannot be practiced,
.o fear of incommoding the reaper
~jught to be allowed to prevent
n ig -a sufficien~t number of
iWiiurrows for surface d'rainage.
eatest possible inconvenience
harvest time is a poor crop.
.-Bek mucky land. after if; is drain
...ed,~may need to be dressed with
e4izers,- suchl-as salt, 'lime, or
A dust.; A dry poor soil needs
ebarn-yard manure.-Prof. N. S.
T0wNSEE n, in AmeriCan AgriCul
<turist for c i er.
OPiomo OmoNs .xi9 PoTAroES.
imimakesdanIide breakfast relish.
Sboile Ioaos that are a lit
-tWynder-dbernd chop them fine,
kadda boiWeion well minced.
n-~ti largpoffeecupful of milk in
Ses sauc or spider, let it boil
u1fand alpiece of butter as
liirge as an egg ; let it melt, and
turrrsin the onion and potatoes, and
. let 'Them cook until they look
creamy-perhaps twelve or fifteen
minutes. Serve very hot Omit
the onion if it is not to your taste.
FLOAT OR Farsen CUsTan.-Beat
the yelks of five eggs with ten
table-spoonfuls of sugar, stir in a
quart of new milk, place over the
fire and stir until it creams (don't
cook too long.) Pour in a dish you
can cover. Spread carefully over
the top the whites of the eggs,
which must have been beaten to a
stiff froth, cover and leave till cool.
Grate nutmeg over the top before
serving. This is nice for tea.
According to a writer in the
Beientific American~ a little warm
turpentine poured on a lock-jaw
wound will 'give relief in less than
a minute;' it is also a sovereign
A new City Hall in San Fran
eis%o is to cost w5.000.000.
(overnor WViltz. of Louisiana. i,
said to be dying of consumption.
Chicago put up 500,000 yards o:
mourning on her business houses
It is said that there are 58,000,00'
gallons of whisky stored in Ken
Senator Joseph Brown's rent
roll in Atlanta amounts to over ;20,
000 a year.
A Boston woman has had fiv
divorces, but hopes yet to find
busband to suit her.
President Arthur was born a
North Fairfield, Vt., within a stone'
throw of the Canada line.
An old man lost his balance b;
kicking at his wife, in Louisville
and was killed by the fall.
It is not "dramatic" to aid th
Michigan sufferers ; therefore the,
do not command much sympathy
Baron Hirsch, a millionaire HE
brew, has given $20,000 to enabl
Jews in Roumania to emigrate ti
the United States.
LonDON, September 29.-Ther
has been considerable business tc
day in Confederate 'dollar' bond
at 3. to 4 per cent.
"I love men," said Queen Chris
tine, of Sweden, "not because the,
are men, but because they are no
women." For a similar reason me
Dr. Sniiley, Presbyterian, by in
vitation of the rabbi, recenti;
delivered an address to the mem
bers of the Jewish Synagogue ii
Talmage's church, in Brooklyn
has now the largest membershil
of any Presbyterian church on thi
continent. The names on the rol
Many a man after marriage so]
emnly wishes he had one-tenth c
the money he fooled away on othe
girls, with which to purchase
The subterranean Lelegraph sys
tern connecting 221 town.s sn<~
cities of Germany, is now complete
The total length of buried cables i
There is no doubt that Congres
as soon as it comes together wi]
pass an act giving to Mirs. Garfiel<
the remainder of the first year's
salary of the President.
The 10th of November is thi
tour hundredth anniversary of thi
birth of Martin Luther, and the
Germans are making extensive pre
parations to celebrate it.
Three brothers in Warren count:
Ga., have not spoken to each othe.
during forty years, owing to
dispute about a cow in the settle
went of their father's estate.
The Louisville and Nashvill
Railway Company is progressive
Reduction of passenger rates to
cents a mile has been mad<
thr'oughout its mammoth system.
LINES ON A PLUMBER.
Most modest of men is the plumber.
No rival has be save the drumber;
Though the world e'er maligns,
Yet he never repigns,
And thriveth in winter and sumber.
Thomas M. Bowen, one of Co]
orado's new millionaires, recentl:
sent to the Denver Mint two enor
mous chunks of gold. The heavie:
is worth 818.000 ; the other
There lives a man in Carnesville
IGa., who never heard that the
Pr'esident had been wounded unti
the 21st of September. He missed
all the bulletins, however, an<
there is comfort in that.
The shattered vertebra was take
out by the surgeons and retaine<
as evidence that the President di(
not die of maltratment. This pro
ceeding is shocking to many, .bu
self-preservation is the first law o
McNeally reached across a Tex
an gaming table and seized th<
stakes belonging to Philips. His
hand was instantly pierced and fas
tened down by Phillip's knife ; bu
he quickly freed himself and killed
Phillips with a pistol.
Since the marriage of the Prin
cess of Belgium and the Archduk<
of Austria ; 2.5 per cent. of the boy;
born at Brussels have been christ
ened Rudolph, while the girls havy
been named Stephanie in like pro
'portion. It is 'said that the sam<
statistics apply to Prague ant
The First Regiment of the Con
necticut National Guard have a
last definitely determined to visi
Charleston. They have charterei
the well known steamer (Chorleotm
(I )T 1 . 1. L. l
C IT&H IING.
C LO T H IN G . C O L U M
With the Largest
CLOT HING. J
IC L,OTH IING. N Ni
CLOTHING. To Be Found
CLOTHING. To adt of which
Sep. 2S, :9--tf.
Has employed a 04
ence in his CJUST OIM
Fall, who will, with I
stylish cut of his gar
the most fastidious.
FOREIGN AND DC
SUITS, $25 A:
Aug. 24, 34-tf.
APPLES. ORANGES .1BAN.vAS.
f PEARS. POTATOES.
rA full supply of good in season :iwyn
sii Prompt a.ttention given to orders.
0. BA R
55. 5i & 59 Market Street,
(.ct. 5, lo-tm.
There is now in Stock a
t A Full, Fre h ani
Ladies', Men's an
These goods were purchased under fas
are OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR
110IOSE BUILDING AD FIRI
MECHANICS' TOOLS of every descrip
Wagon and Carriage Building and Trimi
[ Circular Saws of all sizes furnished to o1
India Rubber and Leather Belting; indi
Lacing. Babbitt Metail, Machinery Oils,
Lime, Cement, P'laster, Hair, Laths, Gri
LWindow Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
- OF ALI
SSugar Cane Mills, Sugar Pans and Evar
Ti!re shers and Separators, Woven Wire
Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters, Hoes, Axes
-Solid Steel Pioughs of' all kinds, Plough
Coil, Wagon, Wecll and Hatter Chains, TI
bGrain Cradles, Grain and Grass Scythes,
las the agency for the celebrated WVAT
are sold at reduced prices.
All goods guaranteed as represented. C
tory city reference will have p)rompt and cari
Preserve Your Old Books
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Book Manufacturer
Has moved opposite the City Hall, where
he is fully prepared, with first-class work
men, to do all kinds of work in his line.
BLANK B00ES RULED to any pattert
and b;ound in any style desired.
My facilities and long acqut3intancee witl:
the business enable me to guarantee satisfac
tion on orders for Bank Books, RailroadJ
Books, and Books fo the use of Clerks 0
1 ~ ~h~rt~ Pr,hate .Iud~es. Masters it
IA, s. C. 'CLOTHING.
FV FOR TIFE
) WINTER CLOTHING. i
and Best Stock of
ISlING GOODS CLOTHING.
I in the State. CLOTHING.
/ e invit" attention. CLOTH ING.
BTA, S. C.,
;tter of much experi
is son, noted for the
ments, be able to please
NT LINE OF
ia Peanuts a Specialty.
LEMONS. COCOANUTS. RAISINS.
ONIONS. CABBA GES.
hand. No Commission or Auction Goods han
rore depend up)on first class stock.
r & c o.,
. CHIARLESTON, S. 0.
t the Old and Noted House,
in Columbia, S. C.,
I Complete Line of
d Children's Shoes,
NGS, OIL CLOTHS,
orable auspices by an experienced buyer, and
PRICES. Try thenm.
EX'IJR. 1 CO.
R AND DEALER IN
BIlA, S. C.
T VARIETY OF
[11 hARDWRE IX THlE STTE
SRubber and Hemp Packing.
Files and Rasps of all kinds.
or creens Bolting Meal, &c.
Seel and Irn Bac Bands.
ire, Band and Rtod Iron.
r' PLO GIHS and Castings of all kinds, which
rderst nccom.anied with the money or satisf'ac
A nice assortment of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE just received and for sale by
W. T. WRIGHT,
Wh tl a nya e ftoeCEA
WToE eft. aoly quc f o atone.A
S OVSlf. aqut i ki yor o ne
Who still continues to carry on the TIN
BUSINESS i~t all its branches, arid keeps a
G RAID 1ii1jIC
THE STUDY OF M1
rhe Labor of Years Ace
the New Inductiv
PIA NO AN
Has Opened a STUDIO OVE
Store for the Rec
Uaving Taught this Meth)d in the North ,
Ville. S. C., now Offers her ae -vices and the .
- It is impossible to se', forth ALL THE
Old System, in an Advertisement, but invite a
IT SAVES TIME AND 11ONEY. It is so S
It (Iaes away with years o)f drudgery.
It, takes the Pupil almost immeuiately int(
Cofl,iues the samie tbroughintt. the whol(: Coum
Io is riot a superficial me'.hod, but applies
out any change whatever.
It muniend- itself at one to the educated
This Method is entirely c.ilTerent from the
An opportunity is offered 'o all to gain a J
for Less Expense
f Many of my .Pupils in the South ar
which was gained st a nom nal expenst., whil
DOLLAItt per I.es5on.
This Method fiti ils the maxim that "What(
ens life and increa:,es usefulness."
Terms, 50 cts
g .Books and She:t Music will be
FOR FURTIIE., PARTICULARS, CALL C
Feb. 2*2, S-tf.
W E, the und
-at HTelena, S. C
perior to anyw
E'. H. Christian.
R. W. Boonie.
.M. A. Carlisle.
2. W. Holland.
Mrs. E. F. Blease.
G. W. Garmany.
The Springs can be had at J. 0. HAY]
Drugs 3 Fancy .lrticles.
R. Si. F. FANT,
Wholesale and Retail
DR UGGIS T)
NEW BERRY, S. C.
Prescript ions compounded with accuracy
and nicety at all hours.
The Preocription Clerk's bed room up
tairs orer F.Lmt & Whirter's Grocery St ore,
fr ont room. Jul 27, ;m-tf.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
COL.UMBJIA, S. C.
Removed ., str two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
es Perfume ries, Toilet Articles, Garden
and ield Seed.s, always in store and at
Orders pronmptly attended. to.
Apr. 11, 15-tf.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
WATIIE8 1AD JEWELRY
At the iNew Store on ilotel Lot.
I have nlow on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND) GU[TAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN 1ENDLEXSS TARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Wathuaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf'.
ASUPERIOR LOT OF
AL S lICVERY~
LSIC SHIPLIFIED. i
Dmplished i Weeks by
t Method for the
D ORG-AN A
r R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
mption of Pupils.
iit.h Uinparalleled Success: also in Green
Lethod to the CITIZENS OF NEW EEURY
ADVANTAGES this Method has over the
,11 interested to Call at the Studio, or Send
imple that even a Child of Five Years can
the Science of Mnsical Compositions, and
rse of In struction. L
,o all Mu .ic precisely as it is written, with
class of the community.
fusral Education in a short time and
han ever before.
3 now successtully -Teaching this Method, Ai
a my expense for Tuition alone was FOUE
ver shortens~the road to learning,. length- Li
. Per Lesso.. A
Furn.hed on Moderate Term s. A
O l t A DD 1 t t E 4S . A
,S. W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C. F
ersigned, now using the TWIN SPRING
.ZOBEL & CO.n,S
,take pleasure in stating that they are su
e have ever used.
T. C. Pool. W. T. Tarrant.
S. F. Fatnt. James McIntosh.
J. 0. Hlavird. Juuius E. Chaipman' L
W. W. IIouseal. G. G. DeWalt. A
W. HI. Wallace. Z. P. Moos. A
D. W. T. Kibler. A. W. T. Simmrons.
U. B. Whites. R. L. McCaughrin. L
R'S, and at the Furniture Stores in A
Mar. 16, 1881-j1-f.
Itrntional System of Rapid Mlusi- A
cal Insti-uction ! Magieal SELF
TEACHIING OF MUSIC! Li
The Only SHORT CUJT in the
'World to MUSICAL
All may now learn musi
Who never learned b>efore, t
And all who hav~e learned, r
Mayj now learn the mnwre. to
As this system is so thoroughly generic Ri
and applies to all iausic precisely as writ- RI
ten, its principles cani never be forgotten-.G
How delightful! how simple ! are the ani
spontaneous expressions from those who
give this system a THORotGH exammnation.
It is published in three grades, and a
separate grade for Guitar. The price is fix
ed SO LOW that everybody may ~
and should possess this WONDERFULLY scIEN
rFc labor and time-saving System.
We guarantee to every person who will
study and practice only 15 minutes a day, Su
to learn more of the science of music in
three months with PROF?. RICE'S SYSTEM
DF OBJECT LE.SSONS thtan by any other S
n many years.
As the public have not been accustomed AS
to so much condensed musical knowledge,
this may sound skeptical. We can as.sure fol
ou this is no hocus-poeus arrangement, Ro
but soUND ScIENTIFC FACTS, which we are
ready to demnonstrate to ANY ONE FREE OF Le
[HARGE. Fail not to investigate and
procure this System, for it is one of the A
;reat boons to nmankind. - A
EACH GRADE I8 ONLY $2 OR I L
Sr for the ENTIRE THREE GRADES, iDClud
ng the Guitar Grade !
The above omfer will hold good for a Ari
short time only. More than Five Dollars' I
w'orth of scientific musical knowledge can L
:us be obtained~ for this paltry sum. This
ystem is of equal advantage to the ad- A
ranced student as to those who know no
hing about nmusic.
SAgents and Teachers of this System Art
vanced in every town in the State. To .'I
.onest workers ahandsome income is guar- ton
oteed. Secmd f.,r paimphhl,-t aids on Music Ne
.nd our extraordinary induce
ueats to 4geuli.ba
SFREE MUIC TO .ALL. E fro
irs. W. H, CLURK, Gen'i Agt. Aim
W. H. CLARK, s
TATE SUPERINTENDENT OF AGENCIES, or
NEWBERRY, S. C..
Aug. 24, 34-tt. rati
lumbia & Greenville tailroad.
CoLCBIA.. C., Au u-t 3:th. 18S1.
1)n and a'terT Tursday. Sete i ,er 1st. 1"S1. the
SS\,!.. l TiA INS will run u"- ItrewIth Iu
ated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 4::. UI PASSENGER. CT
ave Culumubia.A - - a 11.20 a m .
A;stIon, - - - - 12.26 p t tii
Newberry. - - - - 1.21 p t1 tic
--Ninsety-six, - - - - - 2.:. p mn
" Hodges, - - - 52Ip m
"' Belton. , - -- - 5.'5 p in
rive (ireeuville, - - - - d.19 p in
No. 43. DOWN I'ASSENti ER.
ave (Greenville, - - - 10.33 a n
I- eton. - - - 11.5~ a to
Hodges, . 1 12 p in
Ninety-Six. - - - - 2.3.. p in
Newberry, - - - 3.47 p in
" Ahton. -- - 46 nco
rrive Columbia,F - - 5.5" p mn
ARTANBURG, UNION & COLUMBIA RAILPOAD. ,
No. 42. UP 'ASSENGER. gr
ave Aistont, - - - - 12.4n p m
Strother. - - - - 1.13 p in
Lyles Ford, - - - - 1.25 p i
Sleiton. - - - - 1.36 p m cal
Fi-h Dan, - - a - 1.S p m
Santue.----,- -----2.1 p m
-Uniou.' 235p m
.louesville, - - - 3.04 p m
- 1Soalet. - - - - - 3.24 p m
Spartanburg. S. C. & C. Depot. B4.-:3 p in
rrive Spartan burg. R. & D. Depot, E 4.12 p in
No.43. DOWN 1'AS,EN."R.
save Swprtauburg. R & 1). .eput. Ia 12 4S p m
Sp::rta-nburg, S. U. & C. Depot,i 1.f7 p in
l'acolet. - - - 139 p m
.Joneville, - - - 1 59 p m
Union. - - - 2.36 p m
Santuc. - - - .1.1?2 pm
Fish Dam, - - - 3.15 p Im
Shelton, - - 3.37 p i
Lyles Ford, - - 3.47 p m
Strother, - - - 4.11 p mo
rrive at Aiston. - - - 4.36 p m
ave Newberry, - - - - 3.55 p in
rrive at Laurens C. H1., - - 6.45 p in
ave Laurens C. II., - - - S.30 a in
rive et New?berry. - - 11.3o p in
ave llodges. - - - 3.56 p m
rivd at. Abbeville, - - 4.4G p m
ave Abi>eviile. - - - - 12.15 p in
rrive at 1odges, - - - - 1.05 p in
BLUE RiD(4E uAILROAD ANE AND!-.4..ON
Ave Belton at. 5.68 p m
Anderson 5 p P
Pendleton (3.2a p m
are Seneca C. 7.2" p m
rrive at WallialLa 7 1) in
ave Waihall:: at, - - 9.23 a in
!ave Seneca D. i.54 a m
" Pendleton, - - 1'.30 a in
Anderson, - - 11.12 a in
rrive at Beon, - - 11.4 a m
On and after the above date, through cars -
i be run between Columbia and Henderson
lie without change.
With South Carolina. Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta o
Railroad from Wilmington 'and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points at
North thereof me
With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
With A. & C. Div. R. & D. . it.. from all
points South and West.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At,
hanta and beyond.I
.With A. & C. .Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
Withi South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta en
Railroad for Wilmington and the North- an
With CharloLte, Columbia and Augusta i?
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
.-With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
.With A. & C. Dir.,.R. & D. R. -R.. frcm
Charlotte and beyond. ma
Standard Time used is Washington, D. .C., st:
bich is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia. ga
J. W. FRY,-Superintendent. ne
A. PoPE, General Passenger Agent.
)luth CO.rollna Railroad Conipany.
PASSENGER DEPARTME.Nr. P.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after September 4, 1881. Passenger
ains on thtis road will run as follows gia
further notice: at
GREENVILLE EI.PRESS. tu
GOING EAST, (DAILY ENCSPT StiNDAYS.)
save Columhia at - - - 5.55 P?. M. m<~
rrive Camden at - - - - 8.37 P. M1. eo
rrive Charleston at - -. - 10.30 P. M1.
GUiNG WEST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.) 1.
rave Charleston at - - - (.20) A. Mi. su
:ave Camden at - - - - 7.45.A. M. i
rrive Colum bia at - - - 10.55 A. M.1:
WAY FR.EIG11T AND PASSENGER1. Lfn
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs
eave Coubia at - - - 5.10 A. M.
rrive Camden at - - - - 1.00 P. M.
rive Augusta at - - - - 3 20 P. M. Tm
rive Charleston at - - - 1.55 P. M1. di.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDA YS. Pr
eave Chiarlecston at - 9.95 A. M. BC
ave Augusta at.-.-.-..7.55. A. M. "t
rive Columbia at - - - ;.20 P. 31. ]
*Passengers leaving Columbia or Charles- fr<
n on these trains will have to change ears j
Branchiville to roach Charleston at 1.55 P. pu
., or Columbia at 6.20 P. M. e
GoING EAsT DAILY. a
ae Co1umbia a.t - - - o.io P. M. AL
rive A ugusta at - - - - 7.25 A. M1.
~rive Charleston at - - - 5.50 A. M1. Se
GOING WEST DAILY.
~ave Charleston at - . - 5.00 P. M1.
ve August" at . - - - 7.00 P. 31.
~rive Columbia at - - - 5.00 A. 3f.
3n Columbia Division 'ig.ht Express 9
ins rim daily ; all other Trains daily ex-.
t Sunday. :LI
)n Augusta Division all Passenger Trains W:
n daily. soi
leeping Cars are attached to Night ya
cpress Trains-berths5 only $l.50-bet ween bu
>luraba, Charleston and Augusta. On rei
turdays and Sundays, roundi trip) tickets so~
sold'to and from all Stations at one lirst an
is tare for the round trip, good lill alon-.p
y noon to return. Connections made to
Columbia with Greenville and Columbia Co
ilrow I and Charlotte, Columbia and Au
Esta aiilroad at Charlotte Junction, by -
i arriving at Columbia at 10.55 A. .
d leaving Columbia ait 555 P. r., to and
> all points onl both Roads. At Charles
a with'Steamers for New York on Wed- ,
sdays and Saturdays; also, with steamer
. .lacksonville and points on St. .John CL
s-er and with Savannah anid Charleston JW<
ilroad to all points South. Ne
Xonnections are mnade at Augusta. with I
orgia 11ailroad and Central R?ailroad to tin
d from all points South and West. n
hrough tickets ca'n he purchased to all
its South and West, by applying to.
A. B. DESA USSUIRE. Agent, Colamubia. j g
D. C. A L EN,G. P. &T. A.
rons B. PacK, General Superintendent.
To Tourists and Health-Seekers.
imer Schedule to the Mountains of West- Im
ern North Carlina.
ARTANURS, UNION & COLUMBIA Ra R., th
HEVILLE & SPARTANBURG B. R. I
)n and after Monday, May 16th, 1881, the
lowing Schedule will be run over these
ads daily, (Sundays excepted):
DOWN TRAIN-NO. 1 M
ave lendersonvile. ...........8.00 a. mn. kn<
"Spartauburg.............12.10 p. mn.
''Union...................2.14 p. mn. -
rve at Aiston...............4.25 p. mn.
UP TRAIN NO. 2. is I
ive Aiston.... .. ..... ........12.10 p. mn.
Union...................215 p. m.
Spartanburg............4.001 p. mn.
-ive at Hlendersonville.........7.00 p. m.
)OWN TRAIN NO. 3-ACCOMMODATION.
ive Spartan burg.............6.00 a. mn.i
-ive at Alston...............11.25 a. mn. 'j
UP TRAIN NO. 4. spri
ve Alston...................0 p. m o
' Union..................7.50 p. mn.
hi riimakes close connection at Als
with dontrain on C. & G. IR. R. from
lose ~eonnection is made at Alston wih
in from Columbia on Gieenville & Colum
Road. At Columbia, connection is madeR
Lt Shartlesn, conmngton and Ausa a
Liet Dertah ith cntins made Atat d*
I unot,as ihS;g ict ln
LieDpt htaisfrmtlnt eit
lCarlte, asio ofiit tg in to' Glennad n
tings whusofitrstcnb lo:e
arst desru cofvncsting te' Lierd
ther in Ics ofies cat eapronabdeIl
bles in IIendersonville at reasonable
MHEE TO EvERYBODY!i
1BAUTIF[ E YI
By appirin^ personally at the neareQt of
of TlIE SI'ER MANUFA4TURING
1. (or by postal card if at a distance) a::y
t.lr person will be presented with a beau
.iV Ilt:vrrated copy Oi a Nt Book enti
o of the b igMc e,
ntiniig - handpo:e and co-tiv steel en
Lving ir ,ti-spiece : also, LS :1ely eli
ived nood cuts, and bound iI an ciabo
e hine anl gold li(hographed cover. No
tr;e wh:,tever i made for this handone
ok, which ein be obtahied only by appli
:oni at. the t,ra:Iclh i s)ihordinate ottices
Tne Singer aanuifacturing Ce.
THE S' 51ER MANUFACTURING CO.
Principal Ofice, ' Union Square,
May.18. 2u--ly New York.
(A Medicine, not a Trink,)
nOPS, BrCHU, MANDRAKE,
ANn -rn. P:IF.ST AN P s-T M .T,(L QAL
'rI.dOF ALL OTIIkIT }iTRU8.
T1EY CtR -1
All Diseaivesof theStomach, Dowels. Blood,
Liver. dney.,, ad 'rtn:,ryOr::ns. Ner
usnea. .eNnIcwteessand especially
e m l e C u m p la in ts.
$1060 IN COLD.
Will he paid fo,r a (" e they wmll not enre or
heip, or for any U inog ism:,re or injurivus
fecin h-t.i- -
Ask your .dru-git f.r 1o1n Rtitersand try
them be:uro you : . Taiw( no Other.
D.I. C.ts an absu.uI i,!t ertm'ibe !?1envrefor
Drunkene., use 1 iL.n tab.lco and
treoics - -
tiEND FO2 ;:. ;"TLAR.
All above se!.M by drrcTt<.
G. W. ABNEY,
ITTORNEY - AT- LAW,
Fice Over Boozer's Store, Mower's Building.
Vill practice in the Courts of Edgefield
d Newberry. All business entrusted to
will be promptly attended to.
Ve want a ]imited number of active, en.
etic canivassers, to engage in 'a pleasaglt
d profitable business. Good men -will
d this a rare chance .
TO MAKE .MONEY.
iuch will please answer this adlvert.ise
mit by letter. enclosing stamp for reply,
ting what business they have been en
~ed in. None bult those who- mean bu.i
is need apply. A ddress
FINLEY, HARVEY & Co..
iedmont Seminary for I ounlg
L high-class School fQr Tong Ladlies,
Spartanbunrg, S. C., where a thocrough ed
diuin is guaraniteed and1 the best. met.homs
d text books are usedl. L~Ocaed1 in the
I-known Piedmont H-ouse. one of th,e
et charminlg Summnbr resorts in the "u p
hIe Course of Study comprises }hc nsmnil '
inehes tatught in the best Feomuale (0
es-; the personal and constant 'supervi
n~ of each pnpil will ne ioun:d to be a se
Ity ot the !nstitution, as well as good
1 abundant food, and .the refining inlin
es of a Christian home.
'EDis PER sESsION OF TWENTY WEEK$:
;ollegiate D)epartment (includling FRER
ition in Lat in and French), $25; Interme
t e. (giving a son. English training). S'30;
imary, $!2..0; Contingent Fee, $1.>0
ard (inicluding fuel, furniture, lights anid
utpils receivedl at any time~and char:
m dlate of entrance.
inotified in time the Principal will meet
pls at Co]umblia a tew days before the
pmncement of each -session.
G Circulars and References can be4 ob-)
ned at the 0olice of TIIE NEWBRRYr fl E -
resent :Session ends .June 17; antumn
~sion begins September 12.
J. HENRY HIAGE1IL A..,
partanburg. S. C., Mar. 15, 181. il-tf
I Patent Solicitors, 617 Seventh Street,
~shington, D). C., for instructions. Re:.
able terms. References and advice sent
E. We attend exclusively to Patent
iness. Reissues, Interfe-rences, amd eases
cte( I in other hns a specialty. Caveat s
icied. Upon receipt of maodel or skct chi
I decription we givSe our opinlionf .as . to
ntabLhntV. FREE 01F Cl.IAR-. We refer
:he Comniissioner of? Pa:tenits, also) to Ec
Sp. 21, 8-t. w. .
Election is Over.
iov go and hear the votes counted at
ARK'S GALLERY, where the Slu.st Art
irks that have ever been exl.ibited in
eberryv, are ou exhibition. -And while
re sit for your picture, and Vske to yur
mnes sonme of their superior photographs.
Ve wv n you that delay are dangerous:
ere it 's Ito at.
Ir. WV. Ui. Clark feels confident, after an
erience of 6ftceen years, that he can
duce a class of work . thmt,will please
give perfect satisfaction.
~opying old pictures and enlarging to
desired sidie, also reducing t.o the
lest; a specialty.
or style and 'quality of work, refers to
editor of this paper.
CL ARK BRO'S.
his commodious edifice, sit.uated on
IN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., anid
wn as the
ow open, anmi invites rihe people on'e anmd
o ea!! and' know what can be~ done at all
r, to wit An. Extra Good Braat
nr, or Suppjer, for TWENTY-FIVE
orty or fifty regular boardlers will b.e
m at proportionattely low rates.
he conveniencee of location, excellent
g water, well furn.ished tabhe, etc.,
mndi this hmous.e to every one.
espstfully otTers its services to tho-e
ns who desire to secu-e for their
rhters the thorough am.i :mnetric'tl
vaio of their phyvneaI, intilec tual,
imoral power-e. It is condoe:'d enI
i'< e-1Ced the "One-Study"
an, with a San.i- A.ut.u RisE of
ni ad, by a system of Tuitic.nal Pro
os, it-s Low Res arel ma;de' stil loser
J.1. who4 anverage 85 per cent.I