OCR Interpretation


The Newberry herald. (Newberry, S.C.) 1865-1884, July 17, 1884, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026909/1884-07-17/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

9- M T ! W al
- 1 2 3 4 5
6
113 4 5
2,0 L 2
27 29 30 31 --
The Husbandman says: A few
years ago a good c was said
about increasing 0
fruit by planting
greatly increased. This idea never
had any foundation in truth, for
events have proved i that increased
planting and increase pp n
to larger use withou n n
price. It is true, the a si
hility of increasing s e
an extent as to depre ri u
there is no probability that this
situation will be realized. Forty
years ago peaches in this State
ftc eents .u
se onsn the average price now s
eertaig lower'an one *ol -
a b I. Yet ther; ie a' reat'
man{" min ea' ra te thaM
wef citeed orty-etago So
witl yitpples. Men-pst idII
hf4 k&amer when: good winter
appte +vntild be bought..f tle. or
ch rd'Vfor * shilling a 'ishel al
mot-yoyar;. now they ari:worth;
in good markets a dollar a yhel.I
Similar increase in price is noti^ed
i' ill kinds of fruit, including ber
ries. W hat is required is to pro
duce the best varieties and po -ue
needs entertain fears that the pro
ducts will be too pleo.tifu}, even in
thea'ost productive-years- As to
profits, that is a.question .for every
farmer to decide: for: himself. If
he is withTutt.skill in planting. and
caring for trees. :ery likely be
will find no profit in the best crops.
But if suitable care be given the
t et e fruit gathterin ;Ft saving
other braacl of farming. there is no
danger whatei'erthat agewpeach
es. pares or any other useful fruit
will be produced in excess of the
demaaL.TShe :truth is, demand
keeps pace always with prodnetion
Peopte will use a great (deal more
fruiti when it is plentiful, and when
they.acqir the habit of using they
retaini it. Tiire is pcr:iaps .0
b ernch er fairming tha yields safer
orgoret .steady returns than orch
Sfruit. This is a. mnatter that.
nnav be .consideredl at this jime of
year. eth -propriety. because the
pta'hing season wil soon arrive.
riers- vhto- have niot sufficient
area in orchard will be? wise if' they
igataenoughi to ineet all require
ments taking care that the lands
be properly fitted before trees are
Mbe 9imel .'as) mneadows; at'
t vig en drained, are gr'atly
uf ~Lvej1 by a fiberdlf' dressing aif
or ongdou egerp six by seven feet,
woiuTI "pretty'we'll eo-:er the sur face,
and hen plowed iwould whollyv
chagie'the appearancIe. chairacter,
414 g,alue of Lhe sog,. The cost
- MiodCnot be anything like what it
adarcduld bN rtiove< hy thiree mnen
t~uwith .wheel--barrows and one
d inL the distance is not over
200 Xeet, and a hank of sand adjoins
the swamp. This is less than ten
Mnfai load, or not more th*n $100
per aere, and there are many loca
liLies where the land would pay
twerity' per cent. interest 'on this
cos tir grass and bay alone. The
addidion ot the sand or gravel or
ai loam wood( add to the veg
eagematter o1 the swamnp precise
lyhat i wante<t to ivake-it fertile
atnd productive.
A CrJ:E Foi: IIou C'H(LER..
in Fulton couim y, 111.. contains the
following: '-Every paper in the
and then give the affected hogs free
ac cess to it. This rmd a
discoyered by E. E. Lock a', the
time lii distillery in this county
was burned, togather with a large
lot of s@rfcorn, whichi was sobea
injured; Ia aE Iftir get and
was Bagh i. My M giely ekii
by the hois, several of which were
%g1g 4lyNAfter thie'.eccnd day;
~ otfitgte tf1' NN and !!We
diseue entirely conqured. Th:e
remedy has been tried in a numo
aSk At as. dabe. and Sever failedI
ov'.t TUE FEN('E.
Mrs. Singleton put her head over
the fence and thus addressed her
neighbor, who was hanging out her
empty e across the way, Ms
Clothesline."
"Yes, I know."
"Did you notice their furniture?"
"Not particularly."
"Two loads, and I wouldn't give
kitchen. Au the children! I
'' ll to associate with
ou t And the mother !
She looks as if she had never
known a day's happiness. The fa
ther drinks. I expect. Too had that
ieh pe sl d comie into this
ighborho . ouder who they
e ?"
I kno eam
11 y I declare. Who
are tiev ?
"-The mother is my sister, and
the father is superintendent of the
ecday. oo.1
[ D)rs .i.-Some of the
tq4lentpatithe University of Texas
te 'nio.given to drinking wine
than perusing their hooks, hut some
>)f them ore very industrious. One
if thou.. being iplvited to play a
ane of. billiards, dcclin Isd.
"Why, what's.the matter?"
"I've.qnit all that. l get up at
ire, and study three honrs. After
breakfast I go to hear Professor
Robert's law lecture. In the after
noon I study five more hours, and
never quit my books before eleven
'clock at night. I. study seven.
een hours a day.'
"Why, man' alive. that's too much
[hat's enough to kill a imule. But
ron don't look as thongh you over
workid yourself. You are as fat
s a buck and your complexion is
rosy. How long have you been
tudying seventeen hours a day?"
"I am going to be in to-moirow,
A SAD. ACCIDENT.-lneS-"So
>oor Brown is dead?"
S.with-:-"Yes he had long been
n delicate health .and was not able
o withstand a shock."
Jones-"'But-how did it happen:'.
Smith-"You know he made a
visit to Washington, and. naturally
esiring to get a look at the states
pen of thes Nation, lie entered the
fiouse while i was in seSfRion.
Smith-"Well, just as he got in
side, someC wag.s put their heads ini
t thie door and yeiled "tariff'." and
poor ~Brown got cruMhed in the
stampede.
"'Father," s:aid a yoimg man who
had ('harge of the paragraph de
paitienmt . ajdoJlege m4gazine.
-Falstad1gas a very fat nian, wasn't
-LleU. (was .what you might call
corplent, wasn't he?"
- 'Yes, he wa corpulent."
'orp)ujeucie sounds big, hut it
can be spelled with f'our letters,
can't it."
- No, it can't. Have you lost all
or senbes?"
"Oh, .yes.: it eaaz. What's the
The f'ather will b'ring suit against
the cullege -for .dwarfing his son's
mit.
iYu ok like a poet,' laughed
the f'unny editor, as the handsome
ly dressed youngster entered.
The boy smiled And began fumo
big in his pocket.
"Maybe you write .songs, too.'
suggested the newspaper man.'
;es, sometimes,' was the au
s wer.
'TIave you got one for me ?'
'Yes. I thinik I have.'
'is it song by long or short me
tre ?"
By this- timfe tile young mian had
fished out a document which he
threw down, yelling ex('itely :
'Neither, my friend, it is sung by
tie gas
It wa ill for$
Gat a. ki ~that
sweeps the floor. N%ow if this miss
had hair that could cook, wash and
iron and milk the cows, what a be
naza she would be as a wife
Tae Prince of Orange- kept sixty
parrots in bi bedroom. Str'ange
athe shonkI hils died with snt h
delightful surrountding"?
NAO'm e as 3S0Oyiars ('hd before
ines must have got a good starL
I. m. Maeml aianhcaneins
S\ PT INTO THlE STHE I
One Thousand Acres of Land and
'Right Smart of Bears.'
O the deck of a big Mississippi steamboat
stood :i aged Southern planter. Indicating
by a sweep of his arm the waters the boat
was passing over, he said to a passenger
from the North: "When I was twelve years
old I killed my first bear on a new plantation
my father was then entting out of a forest
tt grew directly over the waters of.th',
'nd. That was a mighty good plantation,
4nd there was right smart of hears there. too.
4t that one thou t:nd acres of hand went into
the Mississippi years ago."
,.it is putting no strain upon tie figure to
say that great forests of youthful hope, wo
tnunly beauty and manly strength are swept
in the same way every year into the ereat,
turbid torrent of diease and death. Yet it
should not he so. 'that it is so is a disgrace
as well as a loss. People are largeiy too
c.,relcss. or two stupid to defend their own in
terests-the most preciotts of which is hl:tltht
T,at gone, all is gone. hisea e is sin,ple,
6I1 to recklessness or igeorance the sin,plest
-figs might :s well be complex ras a propo
sition in -Conic Sections. As the huge Wes
tern rivers, "svb,ieh .so o'tet flood the cities.
along their shetes, arise in a few mountain
springs. so ull our ailments can be' trace<d to
impure bood and a siail group f disorder
ed organs.
The most tfleetive anl ineiu,ic"e rewedy
for disease is PAlKER'STONi. It,.ies to
the sources of pain anl weatkncs. In res
ponse to its action, the liver, ki,:wy y, ztom
ach ici- hear: begin their woi h aifrc h, and
disease is driven out. The Touic is.pit, how
ever, an intoxicant, bat cures a de.sir. for
strong dritk. have vou lvspe-i:. bet nma
tism or troubles. 'hich have rin-ed to
yield to other agent-, Hre i.; . 'ur lip.
TUTT'S
PILLS
TORPIp. BOWELS,
DISORDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA.
From these sources arise three-fourths of
the diseases of the human race. These
symptoms indicate theft existece: Loss of
Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Iiead.
ache, fullness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A feeling of having neglected
some duty, Dizziutss, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes, highly col
ored Urine, CONsrIPATION, and do
mand te use of a rtiety that acts dlirectly
on the Liver. AsaLiver medicine "JTT'S
PILLS have no equ-d. Their acaon on the
KleIneys.and Skin i.clao prompt; removing
all impurities through these three " scav
engers of the system," producing tppa
tito,sound digestion, regular stcol, a l-ear
skin and a vigorous body. TUTT'S ;iLLS
cause no nausea or griping nor Iiterfere
with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN.
"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion,two years, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TUTT'S are the first
that have dono mo any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite is
spk:idisi, ibod digests readily, and 1 now
have natural passages. I feel lik' a new
man." W. D. EDWARDS, Palmy ra,U.
Soldeverywhere,25c. Ofiee,,I McrraySt.,N .y.
TUTT8 HAIR DYE.
GiAT -B1Ai Ott WuSKRS changed in
stantly to a-d fosST BLACK by a single at.
pleatioin of this DYE. Sold by Druggists
or sent by.capress on receipt of Sr.
Otice., 4k Murray Street, New York.
TUTTS MAIPAL O USEUL RECIPTS FREEL
July 19, 29--1y..
BTOACi.
Iotfy the Systm.
All who have experienced and witnessc4
the efect of Hostetter's Stomach ltitterj
upon the weak, broken down, desp.onding
vitims .of dyspepsia, liver coniplaint,
fever and agute, rheumatism, nervous de
bility, or premature decay, knowt that in
this supreume tonic anud alterative- there
exists a specifie principle whiteh reaches the
very sonrce of te trouble. and elecs a.
absolute anti permsanenit eture.
For sale by allH)ui't il Da-Iealerg
Samaison's Legs ad Noawks.
Whent D).-lilah tilipedt all S:nlon'ta
lock~' that. iighity v 1ailele at aonce hb'
time "ast other meni .'' It it conhill he?
provedt thai;t thet p asse-iona of lutxturaiat
hair wotih1 entablie tment to te-ar openi
ian's jaws, ltsco(x & ( o., woutldl be
eoughit atP: 'kier ! fair Rd -:utt to
aieet. I he tihe demantdi'. Aa it is the
in. ot, ad trestotrts it' orilglaalh tolor
if fatded or gray. B.'-idle- it i s a great
ah' tion to tihe toilet table as a drtes
Fron )t'aeo.=
InTa Attgutt. 18i81. It wvas d1iscomver.'4
that iiv -ont'., wife wa:ir int the last.
stages~Of contsuttion,tt Site wals
woult discharge qttant it tes of pas fromi
her hmttgs, could nott sleep or retla
aything ott her sltmach, :iad we
itthoght. it only agnehtttion of Ijtim whetn
lift- wonthl bet comnpelled to give- way
to t h fell deah'! oyer. A fteri all ot her
remod'io- had'i' fgiledl: weI got lire'wer's
Lung Rtorer,lt iad bepjpi it itn very
Se- .oon begant t imprjaove; t'otniimled
the retmedy and' wnP reto'tredi to life
atd liealt Ii ande is to-d ay' bet tter tan
sie htas eve-r been'i before. I regard
hr~t rest oral tin as nrearly~ a tmti'a('hm for
w)i'-h shte is ittdeb ted t crwer's
I ,tttg RE.'forer.
I. W. BONNER.
Wron~t Ga.
B1rewxer's Lunitg Re'-tora'r i- a plna'-y
ega'table) prera-:t;tiotn, COntins no
ajmUip j i.orpline !brom idae ot ay pioI i
sonentissd,Mti'tve Se'tmi for -eirenla:r
o'et Mn list 5IfketWl ijf eiarl.-t
LA MAR, RtANKIN & LAMIAR.
- 31aeon Gat.
o -- I~~~%
i G|*4
-
e- - 3
- e'
W. J.POLL %R1) JAS. L. ROBERTSON.
POLLARD & ROBERTSON,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 731 Reynolds Street, AUCUSTA, CEORCIA.
Manufacturers and General Agents for the Following Machinery, Con
sisting in Part,
100 Fairbanks Standard Scales,
100 Thomas Smoothing Harrows,
100 Acme Pulverisers and Clod Crushers,
100 Beepers, Different Makes and Styles, (single or combined.)
25 Hubbard Gleaners and Binders,. (Independent.)
25 Threshers and Separators, (various sizes and styles)
25 Watertown Steam Engines, (all sizes all styles)
20 C. & G. Cooper & Co. Steam Engines, (all sizes and styles)
10 Oneida Steam Engines, (all sizes and styles)
75 Smith's Hand-Power Cotton and Hay Presses,
50 Pollard Champion Gins, Feeders and Condensers,
25 Neblett & Geodrieb IXL Cotton Gins at $2.00 per saw,
10 Neblett & Goodrich second-hand IXL Cotton Gins at $1 50 per saw, in good order,
5 Kreible Engines.
WoOD WOiKING MACHINERY (all kinds) FIOU)R & CORN
-MILLS, & MILL MACHINERY.
Ot to Silt at 4a: Engiie,s, Hancock Inspirat.,rs, Dean StraIn Pumps,
Milburn Roller lircast. Gins, Feeders and (oodci.e-rs, Carver Seed Cotton
Cleanser, Newell Cotton Seed Hullers and Separators, Colt's Power
(oton Pl s. , Slaftilig, Pulleys and Ilanger;, Steam anti Water Pipcs,
Fittingt. e c Bllting, Lacing. Has, etc.
COTTON 'MILL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
A fili line of Machinery of all kinds in :stc-ek al.d for sale low. Call and
exainilP lin-faoe pulrch:tasxi:g, and save money.
Send for eata.gues. Correspondence Soleliciid an promptly attended to.
Pollard & Robertson, 731 Reynolds st., Augusta Ga.
W. T. GAILTIARD, Agt. Newbierry. S. C.
Mar 10-lv
0C1LLM11 CASH DR r 0(iDS STOU,
0, P. JA0KON, Man:ager,
120 Main Street, - Clumlbia, t. C.,
ALWAYS ON HAND A Ft'LL
-STOCK OF
'NOTIIONS, CI.OTHING, IHATS,
L:uiites and Gents Under Garmenits,
HOSIERY, CARPET4.
TH BLATCHLEY
PUMP!
Can1Cer. BUY if(BEST.
The deielopnent of the treatment of Concer BLATCHLEY'S
ih Swti. sciic steem so wonderful, that all TRIPLE ENAMEL
un adHictedl shuld W1ite us.
CANCFR for 14 Y EARS. PORCEL.AIN-LINEO
Spaitanaburg, S. C., March 14, 1884. .ox
I have fo,r .14 years been a sufferer from a ran- SEAML.ESS T UBE
ig sore on usy face that everybody called ai:COPPER-L.INED
NRKR. I have usedl over 9.910 worth of nmedl
~ie and fauund no relief. About four months
ago I bourht one bottle of .Swift's Speciac from
Jtherff, Javea takeni it- and they have cnred meI it
tound and well! 31y face is as f ree from ai sore burnginf ir oodsi
as an bod's, and my hlalthi is perlectly restored 'or sale by the beat
I teea.l like forty ye:os had been lifted off my Ihouses in tire Trad.
iend. Yours thankrlully, ELIy.A TINsl.E~Y. cCC LATCHLEY,Manluf'r,
Mr. It F [turns, Hope, Ark.. says, under date SOS 1A.T,Te Phllad'a.
af Jan 2.2. ISM4: -l have takeun fire bottles of - Wa're to mie fo name of .nearest Agent.
Swi speciric for n sore ona ny temple-said toj Nav 2-iui.
be a c:,a cer. I l-ave been wonaterfully beunefitttad -___
and will soon be a well man." -*--- --- _
Mr W R~ iobifn, Davide boro. G a.. w rites. Ijir f, kldityr ~OIf 1dl Trubl.
uiter date .Jan 3, 89:"I am getting on ely,. vnlos mar bod otv oes
Ite ulcer is graduailly heahing. 1feel that rregl'a: ppresr becoig, bpaes
Swich' Seife twinieil ic herorrblear SIdle, baitk and) heart, yellow tanrtue, burnin
whhabeueeign efoovr0yasWhen ii u-it tng, clay-colored stoos, haal
Mr.W I Giber. Aban. U. sys: breath, : tdsire for work, chius, feve-r.9
"A ge.ntletsaua usatned Moo:e ntear thuis city htaIl 6.+. whith ll ai inack srt, osh
had au catinag canicer on .his face, which had .em,'V h,'. withdgy it For thesek ptobe
eaten away his nose and his under lip; and had oswateY. . . fPcLLr ah.re tsue nr.Box,
'xtendedl up until it had tiearly reaebed his eye. (:WAY ii- 'bywll,~S 25 t s. r $1.0e. Ad.
The cacer was eatitng his anums and land render- (:re. ils bW itAYl 2E &t. Son Ph$1A.00 A
et bie teeth so loose that lhe thogaght they mighlt soldtyiu. I). ,s.AN & N Phai. [8 l.
t unv linae drop ojut. tie : been etak;ag~ -ahe -, . git.JM y
Swift's S eifie aibotit three nmnths, and its cr-.....- - -.
iect hats .en wonderlul. It has driven the
-<oi(.i Ii b is syste, the cancer has alrrcad Go" f Al YP
agadain,.sd hie thii lhe haas beena rescuted tronm
a aw tul dcath. Iie i the :aost enthausinstic man . sueh as kep1t il a
I ever sa - __ _8~T J
ratiec on l$ioia.t and Skin Uiseaes ailed 'ree. THE3EAREO
Priawer, i, Atlanata, (1a.
\. V. ttte. , V w :a St. be t 61lj.( 7th Ar .'JF vsia-O~
BY THiE OLD)EST
H OUSE,
SEND ?OR PRICE LI1ST. I F BR Y
JewelSri 2I O T
22d EING ST.
CHARLESTON, S C.GLN BIIS
LARGhEST STOCK.SPRAB GC0,SC
REP&1lIN g SjSECIALTY, jli :aai4)~o lhLl l-t
SF.ND ME YOUR W'ATCE?ES. at';t lt(i !.1-fllyItttlC
tAat ht wllebesotoredothis telofl O
I hves- nolnhadalag.n egath1tofiiytdrtleam nn
Silver ard PaM.edstWyrar
SPETALE AND ~.-.- SPCAL CASE - EMSO OA RASNBE
AllArorders byimtil ilroeptay3adtonded to.
Wate.hI(a aktingl oandietRtepaeSringg
Done Cheaply Sppyirhtiibpatch
1ave ano o examnd my large and pieean.
W>TCH21, CC, -WLR,(AT
LONDN HARnJpa WaTRE- re7 EL ISIALI Ok TB
-OLIN AtiDe .URo Sgrowth. coor
gy ECT. CL otnA.D SRECToE adinfr. a (aei~~.4Cavr
rfu ed. im avortetofchssisn A
IN i~niIN NEWBERRY,s
mail rompty at'dehe Ca rie r iof sCleta ba edk
WathmaingandWeairig y;hog Place-seall announc
Dou* Ceay ;d izhDlPa. tht: Titssle, Golnd this Sinve
P.e s o}i yuderhesmemn
I'aI andexaulneWy WPItal) p giembrt as'asoar-.s qaiy
EDU RD CHO TZI TERWS FA 'iEAsNA.
N~v.2l, 47AranemhC~eOi w raille efrt
Ta'tli-raArtoI-tationsofigue trowthhe Sprmngs
ArI-tner'.lSpeciala attentionGagevennltoaship
wIned TI' avilt O falai p ngofWaer
2I1~~ 70r~~. M S.T RECREIE f
Rail Roads.
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 29th, 1881.
On and after Sunday. June 29. 1884. the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith an
dicated upon this road and its branche"
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
.eave W., C. & A. .Junction - - - - 12.35 i In
Leave Columbia,A - - " 12.&0ha in
- Alston, - - - - I.5'sp in
" Newberry, - - - - 255 p m
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 4.13 p m
" Hodges, - - 5.17 p m
" Belton, " - - - 6.22 p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.50 p to
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 9.55 a m
-Belton, - - - 11.21 p m
Hodges. - - 12.34 p m
" Ninety-Six, - - - - 1.23 p m
Newberry, - - - 3.11 p m
Alston, - - 4.12 p in
Arrive Columbia,F - - 6.15 p in
Arrive W., C. & A. Jnnction. - - - - - 530 p m
NPARTANnUao. UNION & COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No.53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, --------p in
Strother, - - - - 2.31 p in
" Shelton, - :i.oo pm
" Sautuc, - - - - - 3.St;pn
" Union, - 4.u2pin
" Jonesville, - - - 4.41 p In
Arrive Spartanburg, - 1.27 p n
No. -2. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartauburg, iR. & U. Depot, 11 11 60 p in
"'Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Ulepot,G 12.lup ni
Jonesville, - - - - .02 p m
Union. - - - 1.35 p in
Santuc, - - - .2 p in
" Shelton, - - - 3 co p in
i Strother. - - - 3.31 p m
Arrive t Alton. - - 4.07 p in
LA5.ON PCASILNGY.
Leave Newberry, - - - 3.0 p as
Arrive Laurens C. II., - - .l5 p in
Leave Laurens C. If., - - 9.15 P m
Arre Newberry, - - 1 221; p In
ABBI1EVILLE BRANCH.
Leave hodges, - - - - :"30 p in
Arrive at At.beville, - - - .3' p in
Leave Abbeville. - - - 3.30 p a
Arrive at loes, - - - - 12.30 pm
BLBKC S:' ~. Iil.l1U.tl, AN:, AND,~&ERSN
A EititNC1.
JL-.re Lerlton iL S p in
Andersion 7.12p m
" Pendletona 7.69 p in
Leave Seneca C, 8.52 p m
Arrive Wshalla 9.1 p mn
Leave Wahalla, - - 8.40 a m
Leave Seneca C, 9.17 a mn
Pendleton, - - 9652 a mn
" Anders.,n, - - 10.42 p in
Arrive at Belton. - - 11.15 p m
FaREIGiT, PASSNE R M o. A! ArrAC1iE.
Leave litlton 6.15 a in
AVili,tmston 7.1 a m
Penietr 7.37 ip as
Leav etr.necat 8.25 a In
Arrive Greenville 9.25 P to
Leave Grecanville 4.15 p an
'" Aet.inot - 1. p In
A elzt.r 6.15 p m
W ill ittny1011 7.00 p~ i
Arrive itelton 7.40 i m
COYNNEC I'IONS.
A. With South Carolina Railroad froin Char
leston.
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
North thereof.
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Wes tern North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. Ht. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. IR. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., m. & D. R. H., froi all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina. Railroad fur Charles
ton.
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad ?or Wilmington and the lorth.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
from Hendersonville.
U. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. ., from
Charlotte and beyond.
J. W. IRY. Sur.eri.tendnt.
SLAUnTEt, General Passenger Agent.
D) CARDWELL. Ass't General Passenger Agt.,
Wi South Carolina Railra o a
Withn WiliterMat,hlumb a Augsa
Ralieonti road rwillingtn and theow hrth
Withe Chale olumbia 75 an August.6pa
Arri lfroa frtO Char0ott ind 9he porth
G. Wit AsheiNG WSaTnugRira
LaeCharlsote and 8 bey n .3 p
Arrumia. C.nbn 1.8ai .2pa
SoiiUth 'aoDn ailywtSnay.Clpay
'10 AND FOM HAMISTN.
00ING EAST,
Leave Cohuimbiaa '7.50 a mn '5.25 p m
Arrive Caharlso 12.25 a in, 9 55 p ms
GOING WEST
Leave Chnadrleto 18.t1 a im '4.30 p mn
Arrive ColhmbIa 12.38 a mn 9.22 p ms
* Daily.Dal ex e cpdtSunay
TO AND FROM AGDET.
GOINGi EAST,
L.e:ave Columinia *7.S50 a n +5.25 p in
Arrive Camdent 1.205 a w 8.15 p mn
601NG WEST,
Leave Caumden '9.15 a mi4n 0
Arrive Columbia 12.38 2 p m
e DaIly except Supdeays.
Tonelo nAN FROMt CoUlS. wt h
Leaveh)if Codumbia a7.50l in *5.5 pytrin
A rriven Ata.b ' . an dp 8.10 a m.4
LeaveihU;aiit~ ;ouahi n Augusta*.1am
lathioay ex etSays.0lint n fo l
onnt ont raeu at Cxtolugh withlthe
8Clumrbwi nd Grlnillte ital Rad Washrin.
ari,viat 12.r3iml'. Midand dprote,gwitho.5t
change. Coneti'uan tde at Chmlstn
tionnewithishar e, u.oyb an Augusta t
Gertal Rload ad Cran toa adlroan alo
an ralpoints onbt owth~ andug Puelma
Throper btwcen Chanrleston ad tasl
to, .i ViiniaU idlnd rocut, itihout
Oand afterys Mlonwith Savana and,18
xcrsonl, Raiflowst:llpitsSuh
Coections&D aeoad at S Artnurgsta with
Gerriat Itedroandlentra.... 9oad pto
av frm allnpita Sop... 0West.
Thogh triseta can be uchse to ual
aont outhi an Aetanby apyn Caltt b
Air.Ln C. AM LIAN G.P.& . A
On and fter M nday,lMaynlest,8,
- -
- aw TRIN
Lev fededntle.'J....... 80
A rie . D' cp't,eprtnbrg .30p
~ 0 ,-.22 m
Bohtan alecneton o ou
y Ar 32 rp
Obtained, and all other business i the U. S.
Patent Office attended to bor MODERATE
FEES.
Our ofBee Is opposite U S. Patent Office,
and we can obtain Patents in less t.Ime than
those remote froma W ASHINGTON.
Send MODEL or DRAWiNG. We advise
a-topatentability free of charalli; and we
inke ND COH4RGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN
We refer, pere, to the hpostimser, the
Sl1.of Monaf 'Order Div., En'dto tle otB
eihi of he U S. atent OQice. For circuli'f,
avde, terins, and references 'oabtiA
dit,eits in your own Stige oy &xoant , rte
P oit atent Og .,b
1,week at j;omre. 85 00 autfit free. Pay
$Ijabsolutely aure. No rir.k. Capital not
required. Reader. If yon want busi
ness at which persons of either sex,
,o g or old. can make gra aR the
they iw
1884 THE 1884
CONSTITUTION
THE DAILY CONSTITUTION has come to
be a necessity to every intelligent man in
the range of its circulation.
For the next year it will be better than.
ever. Nearly $100,000 is now being invested
by its proprietors in. a new building, pres
ses and outfit. In which and with which it
can be enlarged to meet its increasing busi
ness, and improved to meet the demands of
its growing constituency.
Tim DAILY AND SUNDAY CONSTITUTION for i
11t8 will be better and fuller than over, and c
in every sense the best paper in the reach I
of the people of the Southeast.1
One Year $10,6 Months $5, 3 Months $2.50,
I Month $1.00
THE WEEKLY OONSTITUTION
starts the new year with 13,000 subscribers
who pronounco it the largest. best and
cheapest paper within their reach.
It consists of 8, 10 or 12 pages (as the de
mand of its business or the news may di- I
rect) tilled with matter of the greatest inter- I
est to the frmer. a
AT LESS THAN 3 CENTS A WEEK
this great budget of news and gossip will be I
sent to your fireside to entertain every
member of your household,
One Year...........................$150
Six Mouths.............................. 1 00
In Clubs of Ten, each......... 125
In Clubs of Twenty, each......... 1 00
With in extra paper to the getter up of
the Club.
THE YEAR OF 181.
will be one of the most important in our
history. A President, Congressmen. Sena
tors. Governor, Legislature-are all to beI
electAi.
Very Important issues are to be tried in
the Natiunal and State elections. The Con
stitution in its daily or weekly edition will
carry the fullest and freshest news in best
shape to the public. and will stand as an
earnest champion of Democratic principles.
Address, TIlE CONSTITUTION. 1
THE
Chronicle & Constilutionalist,
AUGUSTA, GA.,
-AND TI
NEWBERRY HERALD
for one year at $3.50.
The Augusta CHRONICLE AND CoN$TIT'
TIONALIST is the largest weekly newspaper
in the State. It is a ten page seventy column
paper. It contains all the important news
of the week, and Is filled with interesting
and instructive readimt to the farmer, me
chanic. business and professional man. Its
Wa.shington. Atlanta and Columbia letters
with its full telegraphic :.ervlce. market re
,orts, editorials and general news make it
one of the most readable and one of the
best newspaper in the South.
The CHIaoNICLE AND CONSTITUTIONAUIsT
can he read in any household. It is free
fi om sensationalism.
TIE AMBRICll RIER
Established 1819, and for mere than a Third
of a Century uder the same
Management.
Devoted to FARKING, STOCK-RAIIN,
FRUIT GROWING, MARKET GARDN ,
the DAIRY, the POULTRY YARD, etc, etc.
Special attention is paid to Fertilisers and
Manures, including those of commerce and
the farm.
Reports of Representative Farmers' Clnbs
are a notable feature of its issues.
There is a Home Department, with charm
ing reading and practical suggestions for
the ladies of the farm household.
The most competent, successful and ex
perienced .ien and women have charge of
the several depart ments.
No Fanner In the Atlantic States, from
Delaware to Georgia. "can afford to be
without" this old and reliable adviser and
Guide on farm work.
The American Farmer is published twlce
every month, (on the 1st and 15th). It is
beautifully printed on fine white paperia
clear type. $1.0 a 3ear. To chsa of five
or over, $1 CO each.
Handsome, Valuable and Useful Premima
are given to all those who will take time
and trouble to collect subscribers.
SA M'S SA NDS at SON, Publisheri,
12s Baltimore St., Baltimore, 13d.
The llERALD and the American Farmer
wIll be clubbed together and sent to any
adidress for $1.00 for one year.
THlE EVENINQ~
Chronicle and CansIitutioalist,
Augusta, Ga,,
-AND TH E
NEWBERRY HERALD
will be fornishedi for 1881 at.*7 00
The EVENixo CeRoNiCcE AND CONSTrrU
TIONA LIsT Is the larg.st and cheapest Daily
newspaper ln the Suth. It containseilt
thousand words of telegraph per day from ts
New Yo:k Associated Press. This servIce is
suipple-mented by fuli special from Atlanta,
Columbia and Washington. As a newsbape,
the CHR ONICLE is on3 of the best fn the1
South It Is newsy, pr-ogressive, reliable and
t ree from the dlemoranitang details of crime.
THIS PAPER
IN CLUB WITH
ODE Y'S
LADY'S BOOK
will be sent for one year to any
address on receIpt of $3.50 whIch should be
sent to the publIsher of the JIECAL.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
Is recognized as thte leading FashIon end
liomje MagazIne in America. The leadh.sa
attractions for iS8 are the folowing:' ee
cuted by the French pr<,cess, represen
ting the prevailing fashions in both
styles and color. p reduced especially for
and p)ublishled exclusively In GOD)EY'S
i.AtDY'S BOOK.
1 .)English Plates of Fashions in black and
'"white, Illustrating leading styles.
19Filnely Executed Steel Engravings by
the best artists, made for GODEY'S
LADY'S BOOK.
1EnraVd Porta of Ex-president of
known in GODEY'.S LA DY'S ~K as the
PRESIDENTIAL Portralt Gallery,
e-ach beIng accompanied by a short blogra
phclsket.ch.
1 IPge.llustrating Fashions and fancy
nedework
9Pas oi'Ag-hitecturai Designs. show
aplans 'ani' pe'rspeiitive of Henses
Cottages of all descriptions.
niFul SIze Cut Paper Patterns with feD
Manad esplicit Instructions for use.
200 CODEY'S har
Clebratedhuelo1qcoo lg~ lts.each
ers before publishing.
21 PAGES OF SELECT MUSIC.
DOrn ro embhr icing a rich array of lttera
DLOlUL", tore. Novels, Novelett, Stories
andl Poems, by eminent writers, among
whom are.
MAEION IHARLAND, AUGUSTA doeNA
UltitISTiA NIED.Mrs.SHEFFEY PETE,
ELLA RIODMAN CHURCH, HELEN MT[
ERS, Auithor of "Cherry- Ripe."
-f1he 4rt D'epartre ft v/fDy he wnder the di
retoo u. Crt of Coreoraa
Galerda iqton'D C. All othel
depat.me und Aqullycompetent di
rection.
SUBSCRIPTION Price $2.00per Year.
For farther Information send for circular
Sample copy of GODEY'S3 LADY'S BOOK
I5c. Stamps taken. To avoid errors write
plainly your address, giving County and
3 o
-
Out of Jaws of Death.
This gentleman wbo outlines his es be
)w his Is a man considerably advancsd in
Ife; and is noted for his sterling integriq
Its post-office is Yatesville, Upson eottay,
is. The following is
fr. John Pearson's State
ment.
In the Spring of 182 Iwas attacked with
veiy bad cough, which continued t mow
rorse until fall, when [ got so weak thati
ould not get about. I tried a great maby
Inds of medicines -but continued toprow
rorse. I was notified that I bad cofsuap
ion and would probably die. Dr. Holloway
nally told me to try Brewer's Lung Re
torer. They sent to Ward's-Store and got
bottle and I commenced taking It ight
way. After taking two or three do,es. I be
an to improve, and by the time I had used
p one bottle I was able to get on my feet
gain. I am now in excellent health. I am
onfident that the Lung Restorer saved my
Ife and my neighbors areof the same opinion.
t is the best Lung Remedy ever made In my
pinion. Dr. II. promised me-that he woald
rrite to the manufacturers and.telI them of
be wonderful core it made in my case
3tatement of BenJ. F. Hears
Early in November, 1881, while sewing on
he machine, my wife was taken with a
evere pain in her side, which was soon fol
owed by hemorrhages from her lo and a
evere cough. Fever commenced, she uald
ieither eat or sleep, and in a few weeks do
vas reduced to a living skeleton. The -
ending physician toLl me that be ilo t
me of her lungs wre entirely. gone.
ould not retain thu most delicate non sh
nent on her stomach, I then agree wit Dr.
3nllivan, my family physician. too-U Dr.
followay in consultation. They made a
inal examination of the patient and p.
iouuced the case hopeless. Dr. BHad
hen suggested the Brewer's Lung Restorer
is a last resort, I snt for a bottle and gavs
ier a dose. I found that she coald retain it
sn her stomach and after about the third
lose, I began to notice some Improvement
a her condition. I continued the medicine
egularly and by the time she had taken two
ottles, she was able to walk about t -
)onae. She is now It better health than sha
ans enjoyed for several years. I believe
he Lung Restorer saved her life, We have
lave a family of six children. some of them
crown."
Mr. Htearndon's pcst-oflle is Yatesvills,
ipson county, Ga. Be is a thoroughly ri
bible man In every particalhr.
Feb. 28-1m.
Dec. 84, ti.
THE ONLYTRUE
IRON
TONIC
aecili e l Ad bes1
Ion. ac o i ts
mce and elree e asesore,
hemda n ule m a .owor
sU Bemedy gar heee
ar.I ien ea deren hede
2WIK' O "hI is s -
NEuT~sRA i LENC CODA
[s soprden an hamles as 4
und, Tething hldr es
aEasead. ee.sst
M8 a a ntd.' c saa slt
EHEmmose hPEP-0.8eieeph
wn.od nr at.ma . ..
NEUDALIZTM FI rLC CORDg,
sas rlaar te and armee to ai
Wae-onala'notiu ad wil as
mad eeting Cist nrg. N
-a 17, 20-muiat1y nc sm.
naed by qgt ma Daietn ml
WLD.CERRY. Th &re does

xml | txt