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JANUARY.
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PIG FEEDING.
Professor - Niles, when experi
menting in pig feeding, divided the
time into five periods. For the
first period, when the pigs were
the youngest, it took 3.8 pounds
of meal for one pound of growth;
in the second period, 4.5 pounds;
third, 4.22 pounds; fourth, 4.24
pounds, and fifth 5.98 pounds.
From this it appears that when
the pigs were youngest one bushel
made 14.73 pounds of growth;
isaecond, 13.82 pounds; third, 13.27
pounds; fourth, 10,68 pounds ;
fifth, 9,53 pounds, showing that
the older the pigs grew the more
feed it too: to make a pound of
meat. It may be safely counted,
therefore, that ten pigs have gain
ed eleven pounds in growth to
each bushel of corn or its equiva
lent, or the 270 pounds have re
quired twenty-four and one half
bushels of corn, valued at $12.25,
or $1.22 each, untill two months
old, when most of them will be
sold for breeding purpose. We
find the cost of feeding the sow one
= year is $11.36. To this should
be added $12.25 for feeding the
pigs until two months old, making
$23.61 as cost of feeding for litter,
or $2.36 each at weaning time
One may determine the worth of
his ten acres of ground used as a
pasture and count the interest as
well as first cost of stock, all the
outlay in hired help and attending
-.4o stock. Then one-twentieth of
this footing should be added to the
estiI te of expenses of feed to as
- certain be cost of each litter.
The chanceasre that he will find
his pigs have cest him just about
what they are worth for feeding as
-stock hogs, an& further, that unless
he advertises j ciously through
the papers reachi farmers and
stockman he will ha is pigs left
the mar
ket. Tobe sure, the - e good
feeders and find raysl
Stock-yards, etreadyosalp
* snceh as have been hemr ovsedr
if properly advertisere considered,
an advance of from fiyt 0
per eent above the cos o 100c
tinadgive to the breedesmc
larger prohm thanEcod berealjmuch
*by their sale as p-re ra-e
8IUCCEss WITl SHEEP. ja
as e5 kno lay, of gentucky, ol
isel knwer as successful far- br~
thand -rtr ~ says: "Sheep wa
thtgraze will feed a eua e
hour-s night and day ad onlar lier
by when the whete oy, the only da o
hinders them. The goOr the b da
saegrass nearly eahtm,tkbh
salt and water, and ten ie, dowe cohe
on he sa e ground. Be ce t e b r
nlecessity of changn tenc the eber
upterplace of rest. Ane
flock Coming in will selectane
p!c, fr yng down. In grzn
they fonrme, in most advanced in 1.
bythe eade,tat Space being held 2. 1
byoeeers, who direct the hang
whvents. T-is does very well et the
bonthe espace is wide enough for in a eCi
ohblankct,obst in defles or other 3. If
bshcin s the eakersheep folow /PUmnme
fae,i~ the coneade n d get poor Jcirculat
f,and of Onseeny are punyf give hin
ancfen aiseand for want of soni.j battery.
cence ietylosedsrcoice of bite.I 4. En
be p in los i ti seep must by blowi
bhe wheti mted numbers, or else pair of b<
thn o le tma n g will fai; and I have Pair take
'kheep an' farers who tried a 5. Poni
'se e r, a rmd to qui it i disgust ture of 4.
forever anad yepas' when judi- paregorie,
other.,, m n ed b er than any slow oo
o -hr - careful to
AT EOrAvzFu rza 6. If the
ash anoinowig has been advised no effects,
oahe aiexpensve fler for rain and Till the Chc
ouer wesm forcoking and table /read him a f
use ine smask, lais se a Spirit If he then s
owinte hask pl c n it on end, .n e i
awit t he'removed, and having nlehm
ah facear at th ottom to draw og drowned.
tae clea reaoerd To ft for a flter, I-7 Go thrc
akt he removdth op head of the I- ew York.
calsk and wvrit; ahsmall bit bore/
clea rik or biock thenPlace four Sometimes
chea bricsor bndoc of wood on air when the
tpefo ,ate d ontese rest the fsona
abourfora op. ~ o fil upon It
apod four ices of charcoal chop
pd ontr mall bits the size of The African
san, sx ac alayer ofc /a -nch-ant ing
and, poure inche eep. Impure ---
ofther poand inbo the cask on top The infantra
spartheg sade wia betcome clear and! charge in the b~
SPoo ng a fte a e while, or as
soasrel thre finoge particles are IThe uniting
sand. This Iiter wille o an d h buei
hewing oftener than onc -needo r Amteo
three mats emtoo diso
Jsaid on both side
A MODERN BOY'S SEVEN
AGES.
Mr. Shakespeare says that a man
has seven ages, but to my opinion a
boy about ten of his own. He begins
with his first pair of breeches and
a stick horse, and climbs up by de
grees to toy guns and firecrackers
and slingshot and breaking calves
and billy goats, and to, sure
enough, guns and pointer dog, and
the looking-glass age, when be
admires himself and greases his
hair, and feels of his downy beard,
and when he joins a brass band and
toots a horn, and then he reads
novels and falls in love and rides a
prancing horse and writes perfumed
notes to his girl. When his first
love kicks him and begins to run
witti another fellow he drops into
the age of despair and wants to go
to Texas or some other region and
sadly sings:
This world is all a 1leeting show.
Boo s are mighty smart now a
days. They know as much at ten
years as we used to know at twenty,
and it is right hard for us to keep
ahead of'em. One of these modern
philanthropists was telling my
kinsman the other day how to raise
his boy.
"Never whip him," said he; "raise
him on love and kindness and rea
son," and then he appealed to me
for indorsement.
"And when that boy is about
twelve years old," said I, "do you
go and talk to him, and, if possible,
pcr.Iiade him not to whip his dad
dy. Tell him that it is wrong and
unfilial and will injure his reputa
tion in the community."
The modern boy is entirely too
bigity. Bi.L Anp.
PL.NTATION Psu.oSoPH.-I doan
know ob nothin' what tries ter sing
dat makes so po' a out ob it as de
owl. My ole gran'fadder what
come from africa tole me de reason
ob dis. Once de owl was a putty
good singer, an' was invited ter all
de parties in de neighborhood.
One night at a big ball gin by de
parrot, de owl she come an' sung
tell everybody praised her. Dis
made her mighty proud, an' when
she was gwine along through the
woods she 'gratulated herself an'
laughed mightly.
Airter a while de hawk cotch up
wid de owl, an' sez ze, "Yer thinks
dat yer's a mighty singer, doan
"Git outen my way," says de
ed "'case I doan 'sociate wid com
w, som s.''"
non fo o he' what I wanted ter
"Dat's ger 'iid do hawk, and
ear yer say, s appa is claw in his
hen e hd ad i,whissle, two
'hnhbd 1 ~ come
out' an' gin a lon i ~up, "bbed
y birds an, la whipp "lY fin t
'wn outen do tree. Dla ich lhe
M.izzes Owl an' tuck 'er t her
mnch an' bill her head un'er
ter, takin it up once in a while
'et her git her bref- Da kep'
st dis tell da got tired, an' den 43
et ole Mt.izzes Owl go home, -w
bless yer life, de naist mawnin' ku
bad sich a bad cole dat she T
ln't sing, an' she's been hoarse lo
*T AID To TBE DROW'y. '3
ING.
lo through his pockete. -
f there are any frees roundC
he subject up by the legs to iWl
water run out. It o ar perill.
y use a lamppost. DRY~ c
the subject be a small mam tt
him with your fists to start See emb
'on. If he be a large man O*t.8
a shock with aOgt.van
:leaver to siart respiration t,A
nhis nostrils with a H ts
~loe. Ifyou can't get a Beets.
down his throat a mix. Trt
6Gbrandy, 2.29 ipecae, 1.07 CefC
1.00 ammonia, .88 Win. Cat befo
hng syrup. Be ver Atth
get the exact proportionsY At th
above remedies produce
s a last hope sing "Wait
ads :Roll By" to him, or I-ti
anny article from Punmch. ~
~bows no signs of writh T OOe
>e ie v.'as born to be IS 10 -o 0
a ay the t
ug his pockets again. 1%s oe-e. I
If edl an]d ugIy
te song is in -the anid even wheni
r'e is no air intetIei i be kej
e Woon-s ODOXr
ant is an inch long gums and breath
so to speak. IWoeaeA
/For sale by Dr.
makes the Birst /E.Pelhmam.
ittle of lie
lin bewen man
Boogna. hen dahrs
retdeal being ~J1f8es orrg
IN THE PILOT HOUSE.
"Yes, sir ; this kind of work obliges a man
to keep sober as a judge. Of all men in the
world, steamboat pilots and railroad engin- I
eers should let liquor alone. For on their
clearness of sight and coolness of bead de
pends the safety of life and property.
Keeping his hand or the wheel as he said
this, Mr. A. Brockman, of No.291 Silver
street, Chicago, added : "Of course, some
of 'em drink : but the sober ones have the
best positions and the best pay. Yes, the
work and exposure sometimes tells on us ;
but for my part, I find PARKER's Toxic to
be all the invigorant I need. I've got a bot
tle aboard here now ; never go on a trip
without it. When I haven't any appetite, or
am in any way out of sorts, it sets me up in
no time. If drinking men would use the
Tonic, it wonldhelp 'em to break off. (No,
that isn't a light-house; it's a star, low down
near the water.) As I was saying, the Ionic
is new life bottled up. You see that flag
staff ? Well, with a bottle of PARKER'S
Toxic in the locker I can keep malaria as
far from me as that, all the time. My wife
has used it for three years for summer com
plaints and colic, and as an invigorant, when
she's tired out from overwork. She says the
Tonic is a daisy. Good-bye! Don't break
your neck going below."
This preparation, which has been known as
PARKER's GINGER Tonic, will hereafter be
advertised and sold simply under the name
of PARKER's TONIc. As unprincipled deal
ers are consantly deceiving their customers
by substituting inferior articles under the
name of ginger, and as ginger is really an
unimportant ingredlent, we drop the miss
leading word.
"There is no change, however, in thz
preparation, itself," and all bottles remain
ning in the hands of dealers. wrapped under
the name of PARKER'S GINGER TONIc, con
tain the gee:uine medicine if the facsimile
signature of!lIscOx & Co., is at the bottom
of the outside wiapper. Jan 3-1m.
TUTT'S
PILLSI
TORPID BOWELS,
DISORDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA.
From these sources arise three iourths of
the diseases of the human race. These
symptoms indicate their existenae: Loss of
Appetite, Bowels costive, f,ick iead
ache, tuliness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A feeling of !aving neglected
some duty, Dizziness, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes, higbly col
ored Urine, CO1rSTIPATION, and de
mand the use of a remedy that acts d ectly
onthe Liver. AsaLiver medicine TUTT'S
PILLS have no equuL Their action on the
Kidneys and Sh is also prompt; removing
all impurities through these three " scav
engers of tha system," producing appe
tite,sound di;estion, regular stbols,-a clear
skin and a vitorous body. TUTT'S PILLS
cause no nr.usea or griping nor interfero
with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARI.
HE FEEL:S LI5H A NEW 3LANr.
"I have had i spepsia, with Constipa-.
tion,two years, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TUTT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passages. I feel like a new
man." W. D. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
Soldeverywhare,25c. Office,44 Murray St.,N .Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
GRAY HAI$ OR W3sxts changed in.
stantly to a GLOSSY BLAcK by a single ap.
plication of this DYE. Sold by Drng-lsts,
or sent by express on receipt of $1.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
TUTT'S MANUAL CF USEF3L RECEIPTS FREE
July 19, 29-1y..
ccupied a to -.4' no su
ietary .sr a
.ra.ej. . roa boe is,, t a,p
usnas.rat. prrbeen accodwou
r,.rae2ias..Sirnmendation
Surno2~ 4 i.i)alers, To whoan
la pun Uc For 18t3
-~ u ... u 51J3 - you in th
few 'lay s
ser ou
COTT'ON SEED! ar"
how
pa- (]5e.) fifte~1 en tsc
el for 10.00 Bv l cis en sOE c a
T TON'SEEIS - SOUNDcare A tr
Splace before thi Jrr tof
fr Will rstang of next
frCottori's e Cotton
. HOLLOWA.Y CO.
FULL LINE OF
nks,
othing, &c. c
rd'
LOWEST PRICES, 3XC
ft EST ABLISHIMENT
--O F
M. POOT.
imaes A Da
ten to use~ it
ethl, et i once
TNYE te reabuhdWt
st eadl of artest cha nlge
kt' rowU- stain
.,lts i the teeth
t-e are niot perfect
E rom true.(Ca- hCG
y3 11nur ihe teet h but
is beniial. t teeh/I o a
I.Columba, S e r t75 1
Feb.0 a84I
r isano dise eor
chit irenj~ and le.
CahnP roenentired.
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.P Feesat Once, dlelay S~l,~
OHTHAT WE HAD
space to tell you what marvelous inducements are being offered within
that little "Bee Hive" of B. 11. Clines & Co. What handsome Cloaks,
and Walking Jackets,-superbly trimmed,-are being sold at least one
third less than their real value. How stacks upon stacks of rich and costly
Dress Goods are being sold in order that our immense Stock may be
reduced ; for Dress Goods unlike wine do not improve by age! How
Plantation Boots and Shoes, are leaving the store ; having determined to
discontinue keeping heavy shoes, and having advertised them AT COST,
we will keep our promise, "Tho' the Heavens Fall!" Money is scarce,
and stagnation is Death! Activity of trade must in the end compensate
for temporary loss ; for dull trade always accumulates old stocks until
depreciation in values. and interest on moneys lead to greater losses. If
you have any Dry Goods to buy this week come and see us ; we will
make it more than repay you.
a,R II8I
What bygone visions of happy childhood does this magical word recalls.
During this Festive Season let us remember the children, but let us not
forget those older Dear One's, who have claims upon our generosity, and
who can better appreciate our little kindnesses. Give them some little
ift-no matter how poor you may be, and in making them happy, you
cannot fail to be doubly happy. Before you make your purchases look
at our resplendent line of Useful, Christmas and Holiday Goods.
LOOK AND ADMIRE.
Look and wonder ! nothing but the most stylish designs in Ladie's Collars,
Neck-wear and Rushings. Every thing new and desirable in Silk and
colored bordered Handkerchiefs. Every one who has seen our beautiful
designs in Hosiery speaks of them i.n terms of the highest praise. Hosiery !
Handkerchiefs!! Gloves!!! Ribbons!!! Buttons!!! Perfumeries!!!
Corsets !! ! is our great STRONGHOLD from which we can never he
driven.
LOW AND POPULAR PRICES.
NOW AND ALWAYS
the rule ! A cast. of whose much desired 12 and c ets Worsteds just
arrived.
h ave you bought any of cur 50cts. Ladies and Gentlemen's Under
wear ? Then you know that v:e are selling 75 cts. Underwear for <0 cts.
Special inducemen's in Palmorals, Shawls and Jerseys. Those of you
who i've 'urht Domestics from us, know that we are indeed HEAD
QUARTERS, and that we stand without a successful rival.
B. H CLINE & CO.
S Recently great improvements have been made in
our Silk and Trimming Departinents. The only complete
line of Silks, Satins, Velvets, &c., in Newherry.
0. BA RT & 00.,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
The largest Importers of Foreign Fruits in tL" South, ofi'er for sale a well
seleted stock of
Apples, Oranges, Bananas,
Cocoanuts, Lemons, Nuts,
Dried Figs, Raisins, Potatoes,
Cabbage, Onions, Peanuts,
And everything else that a First ('lass Wholesale Fruit
Store should have.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED
W'ITH DI8PATCH.
Oet. 25--Gm.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
BICL1IA MITSall@Ai D IACELE
":SHUMPERT 8pdUO.,
Wr- EY tOat vc for sale the following roved Agr thuralImplements:
by those who give-tor
rk-~ Great snecess absde gflS
ay ar ow. Addre ~
Nov.2-1..y.
Thre ccnsfr otg
Steao
Sa u.Te G T O
GOTO8EED~ A
py(6ej fifteen cents cash Hats,
- "1 or10oO Bshels SOUND oots
re the frst ofnex o. T
otton see(Tr
rrtradBinder M IL
Table Rake, AC
Dropper and Mower ** *ET OO
Rorse Rakes M
Slobe Ootton1 p aHtr arrowsIo
CANEMILLS AND EVA Oirflc,o
olzJ.f this kind give us a albfopIrhj weeS to )lc,a,j1
* LYON&HEALY *aiCc
ra eState a Mn'oe sts..c ' . aPPst aeto
casa..a *aworte - any thing
-ld r sex. SUce
NEW AND ELEGANT
STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING9
AND
GENTS FURNISHING
GOODS,
AT
J. W. COPPOCK'S,
1 UNDER NEWBERRY HOTEL.
I would respectfully call the atten
tion of my friends, patrons, and the
public generally to the fact, that I
have just returned from the Northern
1 markets where I purchased an elegant
Stock of
Men's, Youths, Boys and Children's
I Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Va
lises, Umbrellas &c.,
(In store and still arriving)
Black and Colored
Worsted Coats and Vests,
and Fancy Cass Pants for Dress,
Colored Cass Business Suits,
1 All of the latest fabrics and styles.
s Especial attention is invited to my
D line of
a GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
and
NECK WEAR
D of style, finish and color that cannot
D fail to please the most fastidious.
a The public is respectfully asked to
a examine my stock and prices before
purchasing.
Respectfully,
J. W. COPPOCK.
1884 THE 1884
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. its growing constituency.
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I in every sense the best paper in the reach
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THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION
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who pronounce it the largest, best and
cheapest paper within their.reach.
It consists of 8, 10 or 12 pages (a8 the de
mand of its business or the news may di
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, est to the farmer.
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r this great budget of news and gossip wlTl be
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THE YEAR OF 1581.
will be one of the most important in our
history. A President, Congressmen. Sena
tors. Governor, Legislature-are all to L,e
elected.
Very Important Issues are to be tried in
the National and State elections. The Con
stitution In its daily or weekly edition wIl
marry the fullest and freshest news in best
shape to the public, and will stand as an
earnest champion of Democratic principles.
Address, THE CONsTITUTION.
THIS PAPE
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Rail Roads.
Columbia & Greenville Railroad
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
COLUMBIA. S. C., Nov. 1Sth, 1553.
On and after Monday, Nov. 18, 1883, th<
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its branchea
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - a 11.50 a.M
" Alst.n, - - - - 12.5S p a
" Newberry. - - - - 1.5( p n
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.35 p n
" Hodges, - - - 425pz
"' Belton, - - - 5-36 p a
Arrive Gree-ville, - - - - 7.02 p a
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 9.55 a
" Belton, - - - 11.25 p a
" Hodges, - - 1235 p r
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 1.43 p I
" Newberry, - - - 3.13 p I
" Alston, - - 4.14 p I
Arrive Columbia,F - - 5.2) p I
sPA TANBURG. UNION & COLUIBIA RA!LP.oAI
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 1.10 p
" Strother, - - - -
Shelton, - 2.46pI
Santuc,- ---- 334pz
" Union, - - - 4.25pI
" Jonesville, - - - 5.8 pI
Arrive Spartanbrg, - - .25 p I
No. C2. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartaurg, I. & -). Depot, H 11.00 p i
" Spartanburg, S. U.,t C. bei:ot,G 11.12p I
Jonesville, - - - 12.26pr
" Union. - - - 1.20 pI
Santuc, - - - -.57 pI
SShelton, - - 250pI
Strother, - - - 3.24 p I
Arrive at Alson. - - 411 p I
LAi,RENS EAILWAY.
Leave Newberry. - - - 3.40 p z
Arrive Laurens C. H., - - 7.16p
Leave Iaurens C. H., - - 9.0 p I
Arrive Newberry, - - 12.33 p r
ABBEVILLE BRANCH.
Leave Hodges, - - 4.30 p I
Arrive at Abbele, - - - 5.3) p I
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 11.33 p
Arrive at Hoges, - - - - 11.30 p I
BLUZE IDGE r;AILROAD AND ANERON
IIRANCII.
Leave Helton 5 -.30 p I
; Anderson GC
IvPendleton 6 44 p 1
Leave Seneca C, 7.20 p I
Arrive Walhalla 7.54 fa
Leave Walhalla, - - 8.15 a
Leave Seneca C, 9.00 a
" Pendleton, - - 9 41 a]
i Anderson, - - 10.29 p
Arrive at Belton,
CONNECTIONS.
A. With Sonth Carolina Railroad from Cha
leston ,
With Wilmington, Colnmbia and August
Railroad from Wilmington and a
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and August
I:ailrad from Charlotte and all point
North thiereoof.
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Boa
for points i7 Western North Carolina.
C. Wit: A. & C. Div. R. & D. B. R., from a:
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R, Rt., from Al
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., It. & D. p. ., from a]
F.points South and WVest.
A. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
ton.
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augnst
Railroad for Wilmington and thealortt
With Charlotte, Columbia and August
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroa
from Hendersonville.
H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. B., fro
Charlotte and beyond.
Through Coach for Hendersonville w
be run froimn Columbia daily.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C
which is Cifteen minutes fster than Columbia.
J. W. FRY. Superintendet.
31. SLAUGITEIt, General Passenger Agent.
D CARDELL, Ass't General Passenger Agt
Columbia, S. C.
South Carolina Railway Companj
CHANGE Or SCIIEDULE.
On and Tlier Dec. 17th. 1In3, Passenge
Trains on this road will ran as follows ua
til further notice:
OA DL Ass' Ce1ra STOn.
CLema,e CS.mi C. O a GSp
Arrive Charlestna L5 R iay 3 Co mn
GHA NG OFST,DUE
Ariv Cnduafter Dec.S ah 18813, Pasn
Tans onDti roadewil Sunday.olosu
TO AD FoM CALETN.
GOING EAST,
Leave Columbia *5.00 am *0.5S p mn
Arrive Camdestn 1.10 a m 12 3 p m
GOING WEST
Leave Chamdestn ti.00 a m *5.2-p m
Arrive Columbia 11.25 a mn 10.09 p mn
Da.*Daily except Sunday .~
TO AND FRO1 AMDENT.
GOING EAST,
Leave Columbia *8 00 a mn *0.58 p an
Arrive Camdent 2.0 an m71.05 a in
GOING WEST,
Leave CAmdent *7.00 a m +5.00 p an
Arrive Columbia 4.5 p m 10.09 p mn
*Daily exceplt Sunday.
LaCocinmtClumbia t th*.8
Coluiv andst 2.en 00l pai Road0 bta
*Dalyn axt Su. . nds. tig t .
. M. Connection made at Columbia Jun<
tion with Charlotte, Columbia and August
Ral Road by same train to and from a:
points on both roads with through Pulla:a
Seepcr between 'Charleston and Washing
ton, via Virginia. Midland route, withot
change. Connecd~on made at Charp~ sto:
with Steamers f'xNew York on Wednesday
and Saturdays y also, with Savannah an
Charleston Railroad to all points South.
Connections are made at Augusta wit.
Georgia Rairoad and Central Railroad t
and from all points South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased to ai
points South and West, by applying to
-D. MCQUE EN, A gent, Columnbia.
D. C. ALL EN, G. P. & F. A,
J B. PECK. General Manager.
lheville and Spartanburg Railroad
SPARTABURO,S. C., September 1, 1881.
Oanafer Monday, October lst,1&SR
passenger trains will be run daily (Sunday
Leave R. & D. Depot atfpartanburg.1.30 p i
Arrive at H{endersonvlle..........5.30 p i
DOWN TRAIN.
Leave HendersonviHie............. 8.00 a
Arrive R. & D. Depot, Spartanburg.11.30 p 1
Both trains make connections o Coluu
bla and Charleston via Spartanbnrg. Unao
and Columbia and Atlanta and Charlotte b
Air Line. JAMES ANDE RSON,
- Superintendent.
S.DFRIDAy. J.G.
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refereuces rcirnl, be. CODY Of G
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MONEY TU
Bf THE CAROLINA
BANKING COMPANY
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NFW YORK AND BOTOK
Farm Mortgage. Lows
Negotiated on.
Improved
Farms & Plantations-'
FOR NEWBERRY COUNTY
Apply to'
O. L. SCHUMPERT,
Attorney and Counsellor,
4--31m. . Newberry..S..C
IENRY STELTZ,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in -:
Foreign & Domestic
APPLES, ORANGES,
BANANAS, COCOANUTS:
LEMONS, PINEAPPLES, POTA
TOES, ONIONS, PEANUTS,
CABBAGES, &C.
S. E. CORNER MEET# :
& MARKET STREET,?
GHARLESTON, 8
Nov. 8. 45 -6m.
WATiEg AND JWR ^
At the New Stere en HoteIIl
I have now on hand a large aM4 -
assortment of - Jr
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWH
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAE ST&IN -
SPECTACLES AND S ECTeee
WEDING A10 N TEMA :NSW
Iat UIDLMS TARIMY.
- AU orders by mail promptly attended
Watchmaking and e.
- Done Cheaply end with Diepafr.'
Call and examine my stotk' di
EDUARD
.Nov. 21, 4'7"t4
Sampson Pope . t
PBIIYIJAN- AND
Office-Opera B
Ini addition to a generat
especial attention to-tbie
diseases of Female, ad Chirenr
eases of all kinds c1dn
the Respiratory and Cirenlafory
tems-of the Bowels,E1dneye
Rectum, Liver, Stomgeh,
Nose an'd Throait, of thef
tern and Cancerous Soreir and>
Correspondence solicite& ?/
frthcworkingel
boxofesamp
o in the way 0?kof ie
few dlays than you ton
business. Capital not
sta.rt you. You can.w
time only. The.work-is
to both sexes. young and
earn 50 ce.nts to $5 eve7
who want work may
make this unparnU
are not well satisCed
for the trouble of
lr, directions,
will be m'.de by
time to the work.
sure. Don't de
stilson & Co.,4
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