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MANURE MADE. UNDER
Of course all the advantage of
making manure in covered yards,
may be secured by box feeding.
with less outlay for roofing, since
more space must be allowed for a
given mnimber of animals turned
kose tvgether, than when confined
in stalls; it is the protectior
from rain and sun, the abundani
ue Etter, and its thorougl
incorporation with the excre
me ;and the exclusion ,of ai2
by compact treading, which go tc
make 'the superior manure ; all
SRfitures of the method worl
against the loss of valuable plani
food. Nor does box feedin'g and
&a ionuuiulation of the ma
sure tmder the feet ofte animah
ij imply offnsi v 'stalls.
Mr. Lawreaee, 'above quoted, said
thterybody noticed the general
sweetness of his stalls ; it is only
essential that enough litter be used
to absorb all liquids, and this .
sorption is more effectual if the
straw is cut up.
Olm ' ethod or the other box.
feedingfor covered yards, should
be adopted by every farmer whc
lives where manure is worth sav
ing, and who finds. himself com
peled to supplement his stable
4aiAnrwith commercial fertilizers
Stable manure must not be losi
sight of in this increasing interesi
in these concentrated fertilizers, for
Vitn.aot produce our crops and
aeenough for ourselves and
otes,without its aid ;and therE
tintMg in allthe list of commer
cial mixtures, which give so good
return for the money in
it swell-made stable
Znnure.-PEoF. CAEm, inl Ameri
can Agriculturist for October.
WHEEA H&nvarrma.-Wheat cut
4-eavoids waste from shelling
and smakes- whiter flour, but the
B'four from early cut wheat contains
mg starch~ in proportion to the
glsge than the flour from wheat
cutgatter it is fully ripe. The mi
c opeL shows that the starch
ardeluten are not formed in the
preeisely the same period ;
cells in the interior of
are filled with starch
some days before the
Sdell, next the bran, are
tue full. Hence, wheat allowed
~.o#aa.ripe as possible to avoid
Smakesa, not whiter, but bet
r,because more glutenous flour
Ianthat from wheat cut early. The
t-~ oonmon practice of allowing
wtot stand in teshock until
* thrash,.has perhaps the
fa ef.saving once handling,
ftresains-in the field until
ronekernel in a hndred gets
irreparable mischief is
,&Pto the flour. Wheat taken
1rthe field and secured in the
1s2e,Or a well-madbe;stack,-as soon
~sit is~ pass through a
roces jting in the
~traw' iv ~ eaves the grain
r an freer from-mus
than i ssses through
Mh Bweatm prce6s in the gran
Ca Prf. K & TOwNsHEND, .if
~A can Af cdEturist for October.
OmCan MLcrrin -Wash a salt
mackerel and soak it all night in
cold water.- To prepare it for
br Mat, wipe itwelto get off the
salt crystals thiat: may be lodged in
,the creases, put into a broad pan
of boilig water and cook steadily
half an hour. Drain when dlone, and
transfer to a hot dish. Pour over
it a sauce made by stirring into a
cupful of boiling water a heaping
teaspoonful of cornstarch, two tea
spoonfuls of butter, one of vinegar,
and a little pepper. Instead of
the vinegar you can put in a tea
-spoonful of green pickle minced
fine. Stir over the fire until
smooth and as thick as custard,
when add minced parsley, if con
venient. Pour upon the fish, cover,
and let it stand five minutes in a
warm place before it goes to table.
The comb of a fowl is a sure in
dication of the state of its health.
If it loses its bright, rich color it
is diseased in some way, and as the
disease approaches its worst stages
the comb turns black.
_ fur fOip ahtt.
Atlanta expects 1,000,000 visitors
to its Exhibition.
The cultivation of tobacco is to
b e attempted in Ireland.
Annie Muller committed suicide,
n Detroit, because her sweetheart
"ave his trousers to another girl to
The Government bought 68 miles
>f black cloth with which to drape
the department buildings in Wash
Gov. Long, of Massachusetts, re
nominated by the Republicans
without opposition, is a woman
Though Mr. Arthur is the son of
a Baptist minister, he attends the
Episcopal service, to which denom
ination his wife belonged.
Over $20,000,000 is now lying in
the United States Treasury waiting
for the holders of past due and
salled bonds to ask for it.
Guitean wishes a suspension of
public opinion for one year, and
public opinion wishes a suspension
of Guiteau for about twenty min
Rev. Monroe Hawkins, member
of the Arkansas Legislature, sen
tenced to State prison for horse
stealing, has been granted a new
The 13 trees which Alexander
Hamilton planted on his grounds
in New York City, in honor of the
13 States of the Union, are still
In the case of Sergt. John A.
Mason, who shot at Guiteau Sep
tember 11, 'and who is to be tried
by court martial, his counsel will
'Death having removed all dan.
ger of misconsruction,' telegraphs
Minister William Walter Phelps
from Vienna, 'let me subscribe $5,
000 to the Garfield Fund.'
At Charlestown, Ind., Charley
Ruddle, aged 19 years, took six
grains of strychnine, because his
sweetheart rejected him. He was
bailed out and will recover.
While a Texas minister was bap
tizing a man, and just as he raised
him from the water the candidate
said : 'Better souse me again par
son, for I've bin a party tough cuss
fur the last 10 years.'
A weeping widower fell into his
wife's grave during a funeral at
Decatur, Ill., and as he climbed
out his language was so shockingly
profane that the clergyman felt
compelled to reprove him.
Miss Margaret Hicks, a young
lady now living at Syracuse, is an
accomplished architect. She took
the architectural course at Cornell
University and afterward studied
her art for three years in Europe.
A colored man near St. Louis,
hearing that Garfield was dead,
cried like a child, and then declar
ing that he did not want to live
any longer, went to the woods and'
committed suicide by hanging him
The Appletons say they have
sold over twenty thousand copies
of Jeff Davis' book in the South,
and still have many orders. As the
books range from ten to twenty
dollars per set, this sale is unpre
Senator Hill, a few days since,
wrote to a personal friend: 'I have
had a terrible ordeal of suffering,
but I am now free from pain, and
there seems to be a fair prospect of
a permanent recovery. My gen
eral health is perfect.'
The New York Sun suggests
Blaine for Secretary of State and
Conkling for Secretary of the
Treasury. 'The lion and the lamb,
the horse and the ass, would then
lie down in peace together, and
Gen. Arthur wduld be the great
leader and trainer of them all.'
The theological faculty of Yale
College has decided to use the re
vised version of the New Testa
ment, voting it 'better than any
other English version because it
follows a more exactly the Greek
text as originally written, and is a
more clear and correct translation."
It having been charged that the
population of Kansas has fallen off
on account of the Prohibition law
in that State, Gov. St. John says:
The only place where there has
been a decrease of population is in
the Penitentiary, where there are
66 less now than there were six
The last letter written by Pres.
Garfield previous to his assassina
tion was addressed to Gen. Han
ne,nlr ariA onn~4suiil 1~h~ i~cn.al rvF
CL HIN. L. I
With the Largest
CLOTHING. GE FURN
CLOTHING. To Be Found
CLOTHING. To all of which
Sep. 28, 39-tf.
Has employed a Cu
ence in his CUSTOM
Fall, who will, with i,
stylish cut of his gari
the most fastidious.
FOREIGN AND DO
SUITS, $25 Al
Aug. 24, 34-tI.
APPLES. ORANGES. BANANAS.
PEARS. POTA TOES.
A full supply of good sinrc ses awaysere
Bi Prompt attention given to orders.
C. BA R
55, 57 & 59 Market Street,
Oct. 5, 40--Cm.
There is now in Stock al
A Full, Fresh and
D RY G
Ladies', Men's am
These goods were purchased under fav<
are OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR]1
May 11, 19-tf.
MECHANICS' TOOLS of every descript
Crcear Sawso al ses frnishedtoo
Lacing. Bbitt Metal Macinery Oils s
Widow Glass. Pains Oil Varnishes, I
Thresher and Searators, Woen Wief
Corn S l os Fed Cutters Hoes, Aes,
Coil, Wagon, Well and Halter Chains, Ti
Grain Cradles, Grain and Grass Scythes,
Has the agency for the celebrated WATT
are sold at redced prices rpeene.0
tory city reference will have prompt and care:
Preserve Your Old Books !
E. R. STOKES,
Blank Book Manufacturer
Has moved opposite the City Hall, where
he is fullyo pare with fivrst-cis Inwork
BLAnK toOK dUEo alkidowrinyi patern
BANK BOOKS REDt any stedeiqaintrnt
nd bunin nb te esgi aed. sfc
My1 facine Rand on facusne ofithk o
the business enable me to guarantee satisfac
tion on orders for Bank Books, Railroad
Books, and Books for the use of Clerks of
nAs. C., CLOTHING.
D FOR THE
) WINTER CLOTHING.
and Best Stock of
H I NG CLOTHING.
ISHING G0OS CLOTHING.
in the State. CLOTHiNG.
he invlite attention. CLOTHING.
TA, 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.
:and. No Commission or Auction Goods han
ore depend upon first class stock.
T &~ C O.,
*. -*- CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
the Old and Noted House,
in Columbia, S. C.,
I Complete Line of
i Children's Shoes,
NGS, OIL CLOTHS,
yrable auspices by an experienced buyer, and
RICES. Try them.
EX'OR. I Co.
R ND DEALER IN
r VARIETY OF
[I IIARDWARE IN TilE STATE
Rubber and Hemp Packing.
iles and Rasps of all kinds.
r ~reens Bolting Meal, &c.
el and Iron eBa,a Bands.
re, Bd and Rod Iron.
PLOUGHS and Castings of all kinds, which
der accomp nanied with the money or satisfac
A nice assortment of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE just received and for sale by
W. T. WRIGHT,
Who still has only a few of those CHEAP
STOVES left. Call quick if you want one.
Who still continues to carry on the TIN
DTTTESS in all its branrches anrd keenpsSa
A GRAND J.~I
THE STUDY OF Mi
The Labor of Years Ace
the New Inductiv<
Has Opened a STUDIO ove
Store for the RecE
Having Taught this Method in the North w?
ville. S. C.. now Offers her Services and the 3
- It i. impossible to set forth ALL THE .
Old System, in an Advertisement, but Invite al
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so Si:
It. does away with years of drudgery.
It. takes the Pupil almost immediately into
continues the same throughout the whole Cour
I is not a superlicial method, but applies t<
out any change whatever.
It nmends itself at once to the educated
This Method is entirely different from the (
An opportunity is offered to all to gain t. A2
for Less Expen'e tj
, Many of my Pupils in the South are
which was gained at a nominal expens(>, while
DOLLARS per Lesson.
ThL Method fulfls the maxim that "Vhatei
ens life and increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 ets(
i| Books and Sheet Music will be
FOR FURtTUER IARTiCULAlPS, CALL O:
Feb. 23, S-tf.
Patented, Nov. Z1,
W E, the unde
at Helena, S. C.,
perior to any we
E. H. Christian.
R. W. Boone.
M. A. Carlisle.
G. W. Holland.
Mrs. E. F. Blease.
G. W. Garmany.
The Springs can be had at J. 0. IIAVIl
Drugs A Fancy .lrticles.
Wholesale and Retail
NEWBERRY, S. C.
PrescriptiOns compounded with accuracy
and nicety at all hours.
Tbe Precrciption Clerk's bed room up
stairs over Fant & Whirter's Grocery Store,
front room. Jul. 2'7, 30-tf.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
DJUGIST AND GJlMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Removed to storer twoudoors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
cals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Gardena
and Field Seeds, always in store and att
Orders promptly attended to.s
Watces, Clocks, Jewelry.
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
assortmenL of t
WATCHES, CLOICKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware, r
VIOLIN AND GUIITAR STRINGS, p
SPECTACLES AlD SPECTACLE CASES, 8
WEDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, 2
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply a:ad with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices. v
Nov. 21, 47-tf- h
A SUJPERIOR LOT OF
C A RRIA GES.
umplished in Weeks by.
Method for the
r R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
ption of Pupils.
ti Unparalleled stcess; also in Green
ethod to the CITIZENS OF NEWBERRY
LDVANTAGES this Method has over the
1 interested to Call at the Studio, or Send.
inple that even a Child of Five Years cam
the Science of Musical Compositions, and
se of Instruction.
all Music precisely as it is written, witb
class of the community.
tsical Education in a short time and
an ever before.
now successfully Teaching this Method,
my expense for Tuition alone waa FOUR
ier shortens the road to learning, length- I
Furnished on Moderate Te:rms.
1 Oi ADDKESS.
LS. W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C.
rsigned, nOW using the TWIN SPRING
,ZOBEL & CO.,
take pleasure in stating that they are su
Shave ever nsed.
T. C. Pool. W. T. Tarranit.
S. F. Fant. James McIntosh.
J. 0. Havird. .Junius E. Chapman.
W. W. Houseal. '4. G. DeWalt.
W. H. Wallace. Z. P. Moses.
D. W. T. Kibler. . A. W. T. Simmons.
U. B. Whites. R. L. McCaughrin.
D', and at the Furniture Stores in
Mar. 16i, 1881-11--f.
nternational System of Rapid Musi
cal Instruction ! Magical SELF
TEACHING OF MUS8IU!
IP1D, SCIIlfi(0 \01O fEFL 2
l'he Only SHORT CUT in the
World to MUSICAL
All may now learn music I
W1ho never learned b>efore,
And all 'who have learned,
.May now learn lte more.
As this system is so thoroughly generic i
ud applies to all music precisely as writ-E
en, its priniciples can never be forgotten. g
Bow delightful! how simple ! are the a
pontaneous expression's from those who 1
ve this system a THoROUGH examination.
It is published in three grades, and a
eparate grade for Guitar. The price is fix.
d SO LOW that everybody may
nd should possess this WONDERFULLY scIEN
me labor and time-sa?ving System.
We gnarantee to every person who will
tudy and practice only 15 minutes a day, S1
learn more of the science of music in
bree months with PROF. RICE'S SYSTEM
IF OBJECT LESSONS than by any otherS
As the public have noct been accustomed A
> so much condensed musical knowledge,
bis may sound skeptical. We can assure re
o this is no hocus-pocus arrangement, R
ut SOCND SCIENTIFIC FAoTS, which we sire
eady to demonstrate to ANY ONE FREE OF L
HARGE. Fail not to investigate and
rocure this System, for it is one of the
reat boons to mankind.A
EAH GRiDE IS ONLY $2; OR L
#5 for the ENTIRE THIREE GRADEs, incluld
g the Guitar Grade!
The above offer will hold good for a A:
bort time only. More than Five Dollars'
-orth of scientific musical knowledge can L
ius be obtained for this paltry sum. This A
ystem is of equal advantage to the ad.
anced student as to those who know no- iL
ling about music.
g7- Agents and Teachers of this System A
auted in every.. town in the state. To
onest workers a hanidsome income is guar- to
ateed. enid for pampihlet aids on Music ~
d our extraordinary induce- tr
lents to Agen5- Ibi
gr FREE MUSIC TO ALL. .S ~fr
<r.I.H LIK e' g
ar.W 1 LAR ,GnlA t.
W.ESUETEDN H. FCARK 1, 'o
NA E WS ERNTN'EN OF AECIE,o
NEW BERRY,-if S.C.
.olumbla & Greenville Railroad.
COLUMBIA. S. C., August 39th, 1881.
On an:d a iter Thu-rsday. September 1st, 1SS1, the
PASS.NGER TRAINS will run a5 herewith in
iicated upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 4;. UP PASSENGEt.
Leave Columbia,A - - - 11.20 a n,
ston, - - - 12.26 p tii
" Newberry. - - - - 1.21 p Ini t
Ninety-Six, - - - - 2.5u p nI
" odges, - - - 3.52 p In
Belton, - - - - 5.- p ni
krrive Greenville, - - - - 6.19 p xII
No. 43. DOWN PASSENU ER.
Leave Greenville, - - , - 10.33 a n
" Belton, - - 11.57 a n 4
" Hodges, - - 1 12 p i
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 2.32 p n I
" Newberry, - - - 3.47 1, in
" Alstoi, - - 4.46 p m c
arrive Colnmbia,F - - 5.5. p in
PA.RTANBUaG. UNION & COLUMBIA RAILU.oAD.
No. 42. UI' PASSENGER1.
Leave Alston, - - - - 12.40 p m
Strother, - - - .- 1.13 p in
Lvles Ford, - - - - 1.26 p in
" Shelton. -- - - - 1.36 p m c
Fish Dnm , - - ' - 1.56 p n
" Santuc, .- - - - - 2 iS p m
Union. - - - - - 2.3 p m
Joue.vilie, . % - - 3.04 p in
Pacoiet. -- .. - - - 3.2 4 p m
' Spartanburg. S. U. & C. Depot, B4.c3 p m
arrive Spartauburg, R. & D. Depot. E 4.12 p in
No.43. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartaabur.i, R. & D1). Depof, i 12 48 p m
" Spartiuiburg, S. U. & C. Depot,G 1. 7 p m
" Facolet. - - - 139 p m
Jonesville, - - - 1 59 p m
" Union. - - - 2.36 p m
Santuc. - - - 3 ;2 p In
" Fish Dam, - - - 3.15 p mn
Shelton. - k - 3.37 p m
Lyles Ford, - - 3.47 p In
" Strother, - - - 4.n1 p in
trrive at Alstmn. - - - 4 3*3 p m
Leave Newberry, - - - - 3.55 p in
arrive at Laurens C. H., - -- 6.45 p In
Leave Laureus C. If., - - - 8.3) a m
Irrive at Newberry, - - e 11 3.j p In
Leave Hodges, , - -- - 3.56 p m
.rrive ::t Abbeville, - - 4.43 p m
Leave Abbeville. ' - - - 12.15 p m
rrive at H-dges, - - - - 1.05 p m
BLUE RIDGE IRAILIIOAD AND ANDlESoN
Leave Belton at. 5.08 p m
" A nderson ) 41 p m
" Pendleton 62: p m
Leave Seneca C, 7.2.) p-i
arrive at Waihalla 745 p m
Leave Walhalla at, - - 9.23 a in
Leave Seneca D, 9.54 a m
" Pendleton. - - 10.30 a in
" Anderson, - - 11.12 a m
Arrive at Belton, - - 11.48 a m
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, Colum-'ia ald Augusta
Railroad from Wilmi-tgton . and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte. Columbia : nd Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte ana all points a
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. 1., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At.
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad iv Charles
With Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta ~
Riljroad for Wilming~ton and tL. North- ~
With Charlotte, Columbia and A -igusta ~
Railroad for Charlotte and the No.+th.
Q*. With Asheville & Spartanburg Raiioad
El. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., fr, '
Charlotte and beyond. n
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C.s
which is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
J. W. FRY. Superintendent. n
A. PoPE, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHE.DULE.
On and after September 4, 1881, PassengeJr
Frains on this road will run as follows un
il1 further notice:
GREENVILLE EXPRESS. t
GOING EAST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.) v
Leave Columbia at - - - 5.55 P. M. n
arive Camden at - - - 8.37?P. M. e
.rrive Charleston at - - - 10.30 P. M.
hioING WEST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs.)
Leave Charleston at - - - 6.20 A. M. ~
Leave Camden at - - - - 7.45 A. M- c
arrive Columibia at- - 10.553 A. M- a
WAY FREIGHT AND) PASSENGER. e
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. M.
arrive Camden at - - 1.00?P. M.
arrive Augusta at - - - - 3.20 P. M. T1
arrive Charleston at - - - 1.55 P. M. d
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS. r
'Leave Charleston at - - ii.t5 A. M. E
.eave Augusta at - .5A. M. si
irrive Columbia at - - - 1;.20 P. M.
*Passengers leaving Columbia or Charles- ft
on on these trains will have to change cars
Lt Branchville to reach Charleston at 1.55 P. r
k, or Columbia at 6.20 P. M. c
GOING EAST DAILY. L:
~eave Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M. A
irive Augusta at - .25 A. M.
rrive Charleston at - - - 5.50 A. M1. s
GOING WEST DAILY.
eave Charleston at - - - s.00 P. M1.
~eave Augusta at - - - - 7.00 P. M.
rriVe Columbia at - - - 5.00 A. M1.
On Columibia Division Night Express
~rains run daily; all other Trains daily ex-J
ept Sunday. al
On Augusta Division all Passenger Trains v
un daily. s
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night F3
~xpress Trains-berths only $1.50-between bi
~olumbia, Charleston and Augusta. On re
aturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets et
re sold to andl from all Stations at one first at
lass fare for the round trip, good till Mon- a
.ay noon to return. Connections made jc
.t Columbia with Greenville and Columbia C<
ailroad and Charlotte, Columbia and Au
usta Railroad at Charlotte Junction by -
rain arriving at Columbia at 10.55 A. M.
nd leaving columbia at 555 P.M., to and
orm all Doints on both Roads. At Charles
on with'Steamers for New York on Wed
esdays and Saturdays; also, with steamer
or .Jacksonville and points on St. John C
~iver and with Savannah and Charleston XW
~ailroad to all points South. _ .
Connections are made at Augusta witn'
eOgia Railroad and Central Railroad to t1
n from all points South and West. h
Through tickets can be purchased1 to all
oints South and WVest, by applying to
A. B. DESAUssUIRE, Agent, Col.ambl.g
D. C. ALL EN, G. P. & T. A.
JOHN B. PECK, General Superintendent, ex
To Tourists and HIealth-Seekers.
ammer Schedule to the Mountains of West: sa
ern North Carolina.
PARTANUR%, UNION & COLUMBIA R, R., ii
SHEVILLE & SPARTANBURG E. R. -
On and after Monday, May 16th, 1851, the
llowing Schedule will be run over these
oads daily, (Sundays eXcepted):
DOWN TBAIN-NO. 1
eave lendersonvile...........8.00 a.nm.1,
" Spartanburg............12.10 p. m
"Union...................2.14t p. mn.
rrive at Aiston...............4.25 p. m.
UP TRAIN NO. 2. is
save Aiston.................12.10 p. mn.
" Union...................2 15 p. m. ho
" Spartanburg. .. .. ......4.00 p. mn.
rrive. at Hlendersonville.........7.00 p. m.
DOWN TRAIN NO. 3-ACCOMMODATION. .C
save Spartanburg.............6.00 a. mn.
"Union..................820 a. mn. La]
rrive at Alston... ...........11.25 a. m.
UP TRAIN NO. 4. p
save Aiston..................5.00 p. mn
" Union........ ..........7.50 P. mn.
rrive lt Spartanhurg.......... .9.15 p. m.
This train makes close connection at Als- -
n with down train on C. & G. R. R-. from
Close connection is made at Aiston with
in from Columbia on Greenville & Colum
a Road. At Columbia, connection is made
>rn Cbarlestonl, Wilmingtonl and Augusta. ,pa~
A. praxug oncini aea a
At LineDetahith cntins mAaeat dal
.dCalte lowthSaeLn oGen
tr L eo htins ro.Alat u
dPCartte eso ofwit tgin tos' Glenadc
rings. ponwohntrs b rvdd
Parst clasrs ofvyncsfrng hea' Liery S
pbe nHaesfvll traoal l
otefono fitrstcnb roie
th first class conveyances from the Livery C.
ables in Hendersonville at reasonable m
A BEA Tli BOOK FOR THE ASKING !
By applying persvnaly at the nearest of
ice of TiF SINGEii MANUFACTURINtt
;). (or by pvstd card if at a distance) any
,ict.r pe,so: wili be presented with a beau
ifully dlustrated copy of a New Book elti
'ory of the wioqachiflc,
Onta- -ing a handsont and costly steei en
raving fi .inSpicce ; also, *2 finely en
ra1,td wood c'. nd and .,i :ti in an Piabo
a;e blue and gold lithographerd cover. No
harge wh 't ve,r - m ad f;or this ha: - me
on which c. be ,:t.i.i u on y by Ippli
atio:n at the branch and subordina:e ofliecs
f The Singer Maretfacturing Co.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
Principal Office, "'I Union Sqare,
May IS, 20-Iy New York.
(A Medicine, not a Drink,)
HOPS, BUCHU, M1NDR AKE,
AND THE PrEEST A ND 1sTNa.EDcALQUALI
TIEd OF.&LL OTIIEI: BITTrERS.
T II EY CURE
Al! Dseaes of the Stomach. Bowels. Blood,
Liver, K Idney, and Urinary Organs. Ner
vousnes - SWepes"snessand especially
-q em a.e Complaints. -4
$1000 IN COLD.
Will he paid for a case they will not cure o
help, or for anything Impure or injurious
found tr themn.
Ask your druggist for hop Bitters and try
them before you st.p. Take no Other.
D.I. C. Is an ahsclu: :i Irresfs:lb e cure for
Drunenes, use of opium, tob.cco and
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
AlI above rold by drgist..
Hop Bitter 3?fg" Co., R oebhte ,r, N. Y., ' T"ronto,Ont.j
G. W. ABNE Y,
ITTORNEY - AT - LAW,
Office Over Boozer's Store, Mower's Building.
Will practice in the Courts of Edgefield
nd Newbterry. All business entrusted to
3e will be promptly attended to.
Sep. 15, 38-tf.
IP D AGENTS
We want a limited number of active, eni
rgetic canvassers to enaein a pleasant
ud pronitable bus iness. Good men 'wiii
nd this a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY.
Such will please answer this advertise
aent by letter, enclosing statap for reply,
tating what business they have been en
-aged in. None bnt those who mean busii
ess need apply. Address
FINLEY, H ARVEY & Co.,
Nov. 17, 1880-47-2y. A tlanta, Ga.
iedmont Seminary for Young
A high-class School for Young Ladies,
t Spartanhurg, S. C., where a thorough Cd
cation is guaranteed and the best maettres
ud text books are used. Located in the
'ei-knlown Piedmonst Bouse, one of the.
ost charming Summner resorts ia~ the ':p
Te Conrse of Study compieh sa
ranches taught in 'the best Female GJol
ges; the personali and constuat superv
ion of each pupil will be found to be a spe
liaty ot the Institution,, as well as.good
ud abundlant food, and the refining intiu
uces of a Christian home.
TERMs PER SESSION OF TWENTY WEEKS:
Collgiate Department (including FEE
uition in Latin and French). $2l5; Interme
ite, (giving. a on English training). $20;
'rimary, $12.50; ContinRgent Fc, $1.50;
;oard (including fuel, ,furniture, lights and
Pupils received at any time and charged
-om date of entr:nce.
If notified in time the Principal will meet
upils at columbia a few days before the
ommuencment of each Session.
Mi- Circula.rs and References can be ob
dined at the office of THE NE'vBERRY HER
Present Session ends June 17; Autumn
ssion begins Setl)emblm-e 12.
J. IJENRY H AGE R, A..,
Spartanburg, S. C., Mar. 15, 1881. 11-tf
ORTaddress EnsoN BROS.
V -bi Att.orneys - at - Law
id Patenut olic itors. 017 Seventh Street,
ashington, D. C. for instructions. Rea
)able terms. .Relerences and advice sent
EE. We attend exclusively to Patent
asiness. Reissues. luterferences, and cases
jectd in other hanOs a specialty. Caveats
licited. Upon receipt of' model or sketch
id dscrip)tion we give our opinion as to
ttentability, FREE OF CHARGFR.~ We refer
the CommuissioneOr of Patents, also to Ex
ammissioners. Established 1866.
Election is Over.
Now go and hear the votes coanted at
hARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
orks that have ever been exr.ibited in
awberry, are on exhibition. And while
r sit for your picture, and take to your
>mes some of their superior photographs.
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
ere it is too late.
Mr. WV. H1. Clark feels confident, after an
perienee of fifteca years, that. he can
oduce a class of work that wili please
d give p~erfect satisfaction.
Copying old pictures and er.larging to,
y desired side, also reducing to the
alest, a specialty.
For style and quality of work, ref'ers to
teditor of this paper.
Nov. IQ, 46-tf.
This commodious edifice, situated on
LN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., anid
own as the
now openi, and invites the people one and
to call and know whbat can be done at all
urs, to wit: An Extra Good Breakfast,
oner, or Supper, for TWENTY-FIVE
Forty or fifty regular boa.rders will be
:en at proportionately low rates.
Fhe convenience of location, excellent
-ing water, well furnished table, etc.,
nmted thiis house to every one.
Jet. 16, 42-tf.
lespecte!!y offers it.s services to thoGse
-es who desire to secure for their
ighters the thorough And symmetrical
tivation of' their physical, intellectual,
l mondl powers. it is conucted on
at is called the "One-Study"
lan, wih a SE.ANsA:. Gouass of
dy ; and, by a system of Tuitional Pre
2mns, its Low Rates are made still lower
ALLwh arage 85 per cent.