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GAS-LINE AS A FERTILIZER.
With the extension of gas-works,
even to quite small villages, there
is an increasing amount of so-called
"gas-lime;" and, taking the year
together, no other single question
comes to us so often, as, what is the
value of this product as a fertilizer
When fresh from the gas-house it
has an offensive odor, and so many
associate unpleasant smells witi
fertilize that they frequently over
tina his material. When il
minate gas is produced by heat
ing bituminous coal in the retorts,
several impurities are mixed with
it, sulphur or compounds or sul
phur among them. To remove these,
one part of the process, is to pass
the gas, on its way to the distri
buting reseryoir, through boxes of
fresh-burned lime. The sulphur
unites with the lime, and forms
calcium sulphide, formerly called
sulphide of calcium, or sulphuret of
lime, etc. When the lime ceases to
longer act efficiently, it is thrown
out, and .fresh lime introduced.
This refuse lime is constantly of
fered to farme:-s as a fertilizer, often
at a nominal price. Properly used
it may be as valuable as a mixture
of common lime with some land
plaster; improperly used it is pois
onous to plants, as many have
found to their cost and disgust, and
when the sulphur and lime, or the
calcium sulphide, is exposed to the
air for a sufficient time, the sulphur
is oxidized to sulphuric or sulphu
rous acid, the calcium (or basic
inetal of lime) is oxidized at the
same time into lime, and the union
of the two forms sulphate or sul
pi,ite of lime, or both. The sul
phate of lime is the same as plas
ter, gypsum or land plaster, so
muCh used as a fertilizer. The rest
of the -refuse is mainly common
slaked lime, though usually car
bonated, making it just the same as
air-slaked lime that has been some
time exposed to the atmosphere.
It will thus be seen that while the
fresh gas-house lime is not a safe
application direct to crops, or to
soils to be soon seeded, yet if it
be left sufficiently spread out, (bet.
ter under cover from rains, but not
absolutely essential), until disagree
able odors have mainly passed
away, which may take place in
from two to six months, or longer,
-the material is probably about
eqaptio ommon air-slaked lime;
or it may te'mewhat more valua
ble on soils where land plaster pro.
duces good results.-American Ag.
SUN LIGBT IN STA BLES.
We tried an experiment, some
years since, to test the effect of
absence of light upon a calf. We
had two deep red calves of the same
age (sixty days), one weighing 180
pounds and the other 182 pounds.
The latter we placed in a dark
room, with a trough that could be
filled by a spout through a partition.
The other was confined in the same
*amount. of space, but in full light,
and both were fed exactly alike for
the next three months. 'rho object
was to test the effect of light upon
such a growing animal. At the
end of the time, the one in the
lig3ht weighed 430 pounds and the
ote nthe dark 860 pounds; and
its color had faded to a very palE
?dirty red. It. eyes were so much
affected when admitted to the light,
thetJtkJept them closed most of the
tImafor tbe first week or two. The
twe 9-eves 'were kept -on together,
but the one from the dark room
never fully recovered from this three
snesths of dai-kness. It never re.
covered its bright red color, al.
though the color improved. Any
one who noted these two calves,
duringithis experiment, would never
'.afser doubt the 9policy of a dark
MtsbIe.- Sunlight Is indispensable
to healthy vegetable and anal
life. Every farmer sees his oat and
dog seleet a belt of sunshine on the
*oor to 'lie and bask in i and If he
will watch his cattle when turned
out, he will find them at once seek,
ing theiasunyside of the barn yarcd
And with air these Indications be,
fore his eyes, still the farmer keepi
his animals in a dark stable, muet
to their discomfort and his peen
We do nost, of course, include all
farmers in this statement, for
small minority fully understand the
" I$etance of sunlight in stables
and%nmake ample provision for iti
FEEDING 0F HoRsEs-The fat
tening qualities of corn as comn
pared with oats, is shown by the
greater amount of oil it contains
being nearly double that of cats
Therefore, if used as food for work
ing horses, it should be given ir
these proportions. Equal quanti
ties of corn and oats should not be
given whole, unless necessary t<
bruise them for a special reason
Corn ground with the cob adds t<
its bulk, and does away with somn
objections to its use. Hay fed witi
grain, helps the digestion of th<
latter. We should prefer not t<
moisten the grain-particularly i:
the animal is a greedy feeder
Bran mashes should be given al
least once a. week in place of grain
or better still, carrots twice a 'eek
( A0Ierca* Agyleudtulst,
BEEfR, SODA WATER, I E,
Being centrally located and with a large
Stock of Goods, we can always satisfy the
Trade, and give our customers
We handle nothing but the
FINEST QUALITY OF BEER,
Tivoli and Philadelphie,
In PATENT STOPPER BOTTLES.
OUR MINERAL WATERS IN SIPHON BOT.
LIS, CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
SODA WATER A1QA GIl#ER- ALE IN
PATENT STJISR BOTTLES.
As good quality as any in the market. Pri
ces very low. Give us a trial. Full Stock of
ALES, WINES AND UQUORS
C, C, HABENICHT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WITCHES AND JEWELRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STVING8,
MPECTACLEB AND SPEt.'ACL QASE
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
i ZDLSS YARIETY.
All orders by mail r-'ntly attended' to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
week athome. $5.e tt free. Pay
absolutely sure. No risk. Capital pot
required. Reader, if you want bus.
nets at which persons of either sex,
young or old, can make great pay all the
time they work, with absolute certainty,
write for particulars to H. Hallett & Co.,
Portland. Maine. * o Wo - -IT.
01 YEN AWAY
To SMOKERS of Blackwell's
Genuine Bull Durham
'This spcial Deposit is to guarantee the
ayment of the 25 premIums fully described
The prex ilbeid, no matter how
wmal the number of bags returned may be.
Dza ut:-ve it - 1i.9O.O. which
o mtotba b:,s to be ed Dec.
15th. Yours truly. J. S. CARRI. Pre'ident.
DJr N ay 141
DEA S -I have t aekoie rce,pt
EAne genuine without pure of BULL on the
fNSee our other announeents.
THE IJMINH PRESIDEN.
WANTED. one or two Ladles or Gen
tiemen of undoubted referoee and
character, wilting towork egt onir
ve ing gets for "The Lives and Grave of
which book will be GIVEN ,FU "The
Lives of the Tour CanidsT yW~ pay
frotr $2 to $4 for the Li~e Cof dates
when you ean gekit FMd applicants
get choice of poaltions. Good pay to the
right party. A ddress, giving name of refer
encULL & HlARVEY PUBLISTlIIG CO.
*N. Charles 8tseot.11altimore. Edl
I aspae a8 som.edy tat UI iff efet
the aan taglon of certain ipeelde diseases,the
names of which it is not necessary to mnen
tion. A word to the wise is suffleient.
Asg 288m P.EBUFY, K.D.
A HOME AND STATE EN
Th nyjournal in the State published
elusively in the interesidfibie Farmer and
Manufacturer, and dev-od to the beautify
ing our Homes and developing our Aaricul
Itural resources, and improving our Stock
THE COTTON PLANT,
in 8 page 40 column beautifully printed pa.
por at a pries
SIX rY CENTS A YEA R
which puts it In the reach of' every farmar.
The October number w1I9 .ontain the
great speech of the Hon. Geoian. Titlman
delivered~ at the Agricultural meeting in
IGreenville, on "Terracing and the Caltiva
-tion of the Cow Pea, Rye, and Vetch as 114
nure and Forage," which is worth in itsellf,
to the farmers of the country, and ten times
- ejprice of the paper to any farmer who will
THlE COTTON PLANT is not a theoreti
esl paper hut each Iisue is made up of origi
nal and selected articles written by the best
Ifarmers and stock raisers in the country,
Igiving in a clear and easy language th,eir
successes and failures, and the causes there
Prof. W. H. Witherow, of Chester, one of
the best teachers and educators in the State,
after a careful and critical examination of
THE COTTON PLANT writes: "A live
teacher, with such a paper, could have a
class in Agr:caltare, consisting of his whole
School, and what an amountef useful, prac
tical information could be communicated In
IIWe solicit men of every profession, met
chants, farmers and manufacturer. who read
the NEaanrY Naws A ' D Hcusta to sub>.
scribe for TH E COTTON PLA NT. and thus
aid us in buildilng up a Stare and Home en
Active agents wanted in every county in
the State and South.
Write for Speeimnen Copy and terms.
New Barber Shop.
The undersigned respectfully in
forms the gentlemen that he has
opened a barber shop on the street be
tween Mr. Fallaw's and Mr. Mike Bow
ers', where he will be pleased to wait
I am now prepared with a
60 SAW IMPROVED PRATT-GIN
FEEDER and CONDENSER,
to do ginning in the most satisfactory man
ner. I propose to give a
Good Sample and Clean Seed.
Terms will be as reasonable as any, and a
share of patronage is most respectfully soli
cited. Gin at my new shops opposite J. S.
3000 ACRES LAND
SITUATE in Aiken and Lexington
Counties, and having four distinct
settlements on tract. Lands are tra
versed by a bold and continuous stream.
upon which is an excellent mill site.
In this territory is contained 200 or
upwards of acres of fine pasture lands
in a body, which makes it the best
opening for a stock farm in either
county. For terms and further par
ticulars apply to
W. A. MERITT,
jul3l-3m Ridge, S. C.
One and a Half Miles Prom the
Town of Newberry.
B EING DESIROUS OF MAKING A
change. I wi.l sell that valuable
plantation known as the O'Neall and
Tract No. 1 contains 103 acres, upon
which is a good Fiame House and two
Tenant Houses, Blacksmith Shop, a
nice Fish Pond stocked with German
Carp. About SO acres of this land is
in a high state of cultivation. Some
fine bottom land in the tract.
Tract No. 2 contains 200 acres, upon
which is a Dwelling, together with all
necessary outbuildings, Ginhouse, Sta
bles, etc. ; a fine Orchard of more than
500 select fruit trees, grapes, etc.; a
fine garden. About 1~0 acres of this
land is in a high state of cultivation
-20 acres of fine river bottom.
Tract No. 3 contains about 125 acres,
upon which are two Frame Houses,
two Cabins, Stables, etc.; about 90
acres in a high state of cultivation.
Some fine river bottom land on this
Tract No. 4 contains 200 acres, and
is known as the Stewart Tract, upon
which is a Frame Dwelling, Tenants'
Houses, Ginhouse, Stables, etc.; about
150 acres in a high state of cultivation ;
about 25 acres of fine bottom land.
Tract No. 3 lies on the west side of
Bush River and contains about 40
acres, 30 of which have just been
cleared and well ditched. It is fine
This is a rare chance to buy. Call
and see me, and I will take pleasure
in showing these lands. Terms easy.
THOS. F. HARMON,
Aug. 3m. NEWBERRY, S. C.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN
1pursutance of Section 1,417, Re
vised Statutes of South Carolina, that
at the next ensuing session of the
General Assembly of South Carolina
in November, 1884, application will be
made for a Charter for the Incorpora
tion of THE MIDLAND RAILROAD
COMPANY OF Soc.TH CAROLINA, to
be granted by the: Legislature of South
Dated August 15, 1881f. Im-3m.
One of the finest iustitutions in the
United State.s. Real business transac
ted with real College money. Board in
city cheap. Time required 8* to 4 mos.
Beautiful diplomas awarded on com
pletion of course, in a satisfactory man
ner. Send for circular. sep 18 Iy
South Carolina Ralw1ay Comipany,
I ROME#CIG SUNAY, EPT. , 1881. at
folows, "Eastern time :"
ZO AND TRoM cIARLE5ToNI.
Depart Columbia at...80 a m 8.98 p m
Due Charleston........120pm 9.47 pm
Deprt Charlston......88 a m 4,80 p m
Du Clubi.........2.8p m 9.21 p m
TO ANED FBOM cAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY ExcEP'T SUNZDAY.)
Depart Columbia....7.50 am 5.25 D in
Duo Camden.......2.25 pm 8.2p m
WEST (DAILY ExcEPT SUNDAT.)
Depart Camzden.......9.0a m 4 00 pm
Due Columbia........288 pm 9.29 pm
To AND FEoN AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbia.......7.50 a m 5.25 p m
Due Augusta.........20 p m 7.40 a m
Depart Augusta.......7.15 a m
Due Columbia...........1238p m
Made atColumbia withColumbia and Green
vilile ailRoad by train arriving at l2.88P.M.,
and departing at 5.25 P. K. At Columbia
Junction with Charlotte. Columbia and Au
gusta Rtail Road by same train to and from
all points on both roads.
At Charleston with Steamers forNewYork ;
and on Tuesdays and Fridlays with steamer
for Jacksonville and points cn the St. John's
Rver; also with Charleston and Savannah
Rauroad to and from Savannah and di
points in Florida.
At Augusta with Georgia and Central
Raihoa to and from all'points West and
South. At Blackville to and from points on
Barnwell Railroad. Through tickets can be
purchased to all points South and West, by
M.IcQUEEN. A nt, Columbia.
JOHN 13. PECK. (.4neral Manager.
D. C. A LLKX, Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agt.
ITCHIN tILi8&4y.pts audi Cre.
The stems are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense Itching. Increased by scratch
ng, vecry distressing, particularly atrndght
seems as if pin-worms were crawling in and
about the rectum : the private parts are
sometimes a.ffected. If allowed to continne
ver serious results may follow.'8WAYNE'S
OI.TMENT' Is a pleasant, sure cure. Also,
for Tetter, Itch. Salt-Elbeum, Scaled-Head
Eryispelas. Barbers' Itch. Blotches, all
scaly, crusty Skin Diseases. Btor. by mail
5~5, Il~ ~5Addres DR. SWA3E
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE OP TILE COMPTROLLER GERERAL
I certify that Frederick Werber, Jr..
f Newberry, Agent of the Connect
icut Fire Insurance Company and The
Dierchants' Insurance Company. has
omplied with the requisitions of the
Act of the General Assembly entitled
'An Act to Regulate the Agencies
)f Insurance Companies not incor
porated in the State of South Caro
lina." and I hereby license the said Fred
erick Werber. Jr., Agent as aforesaid, to
take risks and transact all business of
[nsurance in this State, in the County
of Newberry for and in behalf of said
Companies-Expires March 31st. 1885.
W. E. SIrONEY,
Oct. 6. 40-tf.
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C I 8e "o "t o
34 ~ lo .~ *3
si p.oys T
pd C Ouy in th old. ston an ela
Liverpool & London &f Globe In
Continental Ins. Co. of N. York.
Ins. ompany of North America.
Hartford Fire Ins. Go. of Harneord,
Trahe combined Capital and Assets of
Companies in our agency. foots up
No guess work, have tignres to show.
Is you want positive Isurance against
loss. "'e will be pleatsed to write it for
Gin House riks taken with either
steam. water or horse power.
S. . BOOZER & ON,
Sept 21 tf Agents.
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YOs.nt.... p aco c
733ra Dy118e f htoun. oanppdosnoto In
IPTNAL too wdit aucUct been.
PTeAd fKAC e 5*.. - mtea -i"inlIca
eLer ac mands Itain
HARRISREMEDY C.tlf' heita.~
I cannow b fou dow my t shopnx
Grave Tow. whee Iill ec please
to se allmy olcusoers and asma
Work,S as E heeo o., rmptl dne.~
anBullred ccrdn to. princo,
Pin chno e fon atsh. ho n
toreen alCol Pachser odfree
Syoprich. Cante SInea. Pepper
Spoe myinstoer. tadOny.Cakr
Crk,r and hrTn-wre. p Lmptl alnd
Gnlass-ware1rn adg toa oise
Tub.B Bcet. fB ash.s See
Wel BuckaeWks. room s. Sho!ards
Hv'Wats and lCp. Pckapergctc. ~gA and slop
Baging~t liaad Te.&A Kerpsemct7 al
Tor. csewout Brn Strsock ofa Unrd ware.
36~ ards to. the 1.rnrc. '..te10 Pounds to Pthe
GetConee. arhe Cfee ra
o:. oSch Codande, Cod. epetOr
Cotton Factors and cc
No. 731 Reynolds Street,
Manufacturers and General Agents
100 Fairbanks Standard Scales,
106 Thomas Smoothing Harrows,
100 Acme Pulverizers and Clod Crushers,
100 Beapers, Different Makes and Styles, (
25 Hubbard Gleaners and Binders, (Indep
25 Threshers and Separators, (various size
25 Watertown Steam Engines. (all sizes a
20 C. & G. Cooper & Co. Steam Engines, (s
10 Oneida Steam Engines, (all sizes and s1
75 Smith's Hand-Power Cotton and Hay P
50 Pollard Champion Gins, Feeders and C
25 Neblett & Goodrich IXL Cotton Gins at
10 Neblett & Goodrich second-hand IXL (
5 Kreible Engines.
WOOD WORKING MACIIINE]
-MILLS, & MILL
Otto Silent Gas Engines, Uancock
Milburn Roller Breast Gins, Feeders a
Cleansers, Newell Cotton Seed Ilu
Cotton Presses, Shafting, Pulleys an
Fittings, etc. Baltin=
COTTON MILL SUPI
A full line of Machinery of all kinds it
examine before purchasing, andl save mo
Send for catalegues. Correspondenc
Pollard & Robertson, 731
W. T. GAILLIARD, Ag
COLUIBIA CASII I
0. P. JA0K90
120 Main Street, -
ALWAYS ON ]
Ladies and Gents
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Charleston and Columbia and
Upper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - - -- 8.10 a mn
" L:mues, - - -9.55 anm
" Sumter. - - - 11.12 a mn
Arrive Columbi, - - 1 .35 p mn
" Winnsboro, - - 2.31 p m
"Chester, - - - 3.45 p mn
" Yorkvilie, - - - 5.35 p mn
" Liucaster; - - 6.25 p m
"R-ek Hill, - - 5.00 p mn
" Charlotte, N. C., - 6.15 p mn
" Neiwberry, S. C., - 2.55 pm
"Greenwood, - --- 4.53 pm
" L wurens, - - 7.20 p in
" Anderson, - - 6.58 p m
" Greenville, - - 7.50 p mn
" Wailhalla, - - 8.53 p mn
" A bbeville, - - 6.30 p m
" Spartanburg, - 5.37 prm
" lHendersonville, N. C., 9.30 p mn
Leave Hendersonville, N. C., 8.00 a m
" Spartanburg, - - 11.50 a mn
" A bbeville, -- - 11 30 a mn
"W alhalla, - - 9.00 anm
" Greenville, - - 9.55 a m
'" Anderson, - - 10.45 a mn
" Laurens. - - 9.15 a mn
"Greenwood, - - 12.59 P ml
" Newberry, - - 3.11 p mi
" Charlotte, N. C., - 1.(0 p mn
1 R.k Hill, -- - .00 p m
" L-m,easter, - - 9.0' a m
" Y arkville, - - 1.03 p mn
" C.ester, - - 2.44 p mn
SWi.nnsboro, - - 3.48 p mn
" Co'n.nbla, - - 5.30 p in
Arrive 8.: eter - - - 6.55 p mn
'" L ae.3, . - - 8.11 p ml
"Ch:arleston, . - 9.55 p mn
Solid Tralns between Charlestou and
J. F. DmNE~,
T. M. EMER~SON,
General Passenger Agent.
The Georgia Paeific Rtailway.
New Short Linie Via
Atlanta Gi, &-Birmidngham Ala.
'-TO POINTS IN
Alabama, MissispI, Lorisiana, Ark.
ansas, Texas and thte West and North.
The favorte to the
CommencIng Dec. 1st., 1884.
Double Daily Trains-with ElegantI
Sleeping Cats attached-for which the
low rate of 81 for each section is char
ged. The lowest Sleeping Car rates
in the United States.
Bertha rsecured 10 days in advance.
Er S e that your tickets read from
Atlanta via The Georgia Pacific Rail
way and Birmingham. Ala.
For further inftormation write to or
L. 8. BRO WN, ALEX. S. T3WEATT,
Gen Pais Ar t. Travelling Pass A.t
Blimlngham. Ala. Atlanta, Ga
I. Y. SAGE, Gen Sup't.
CLEVELAND AND HENDRICKS
1884, Agents Wanted. 1884.
For the o:.ly cenuine PICTORIAL Biogra
phies of the DEXoCRATIO CANDiDATEs for
rtesident and Vice-President. Authentic
and exhaus.trve in FACT, profuLse and artistic
in Illustrat ion, conscientious, forcible, b:ll
liant in authorship. The 8TAN.DARD Cam
paign Hisory. AUm'IRZED. Rich inl mat
ter but LAW INJ PRICE-$2 The agents' har-.
vest. Sem.' 50eots.. f or outfit and our s5-EcYAL.
practi.-al instruct ions in the best methods of
selling it Srcccss and LA RGE PROFITS en
sured. A' CT AT ONCE. The Campaign will be
short. but BRILULANT AND PROFITABLE TO
N. D. TIIOMPSON & CO., l'ublishevs.
ST. Louis, Mo., orNEw YoRK City.
L0NDON HAIR RESTORER---SREAT ENGUSH
TOilet A rticle. Restores growth, color.
go,arisoftness. Removes Dandruff.
Arsortcfamilies of Great Britian en
doe It Eleat deIn . Frgatl
JAS. L. ROBERTSON.
for the Following Machinery, Con.
ingle or combined.)
s and styles)
11 sizes and styles)
$2.00 per saw,
otton Gins at $150 per saw, in good order,
IY (all kinds) FLOUR & CORN
Inspirators, Dean Steam Pumps,
,nd Condensers, Carver Seed Cottor
lers and Separators, Colt's Power
I Hangers, Steam and Water Pipes
, Lacing, Hoes, etc.
LIES A SPECIALTY
tscock and for sale low. Call an(
solicited and promptly attended to.
Reynolds st., Augusta Ga
rt. Newberry, S. C.
ff GOODS STORE,
Columbia, S. C.,
LAND A FULL
T R BLATCHLEY
C..L CHLEY.. r,
flow Lost, How Restored !
Just publied, a new edition of Dr. Cul
verwell's Celebrated Essaiy on the relica
cure of Spermotorrhlo, or Seminal Weak
ess Involuntary Semnal eloses aImp
sum tin. Epilepsy and Fits. induce b
self~ ndulgence, or exual extraagance e
essay. clearly dernonstrates, from a thit
sears' successful practice, that the alart
eally cnsed;encenting otut a more of curs
ofbhic every suffrr no matter wSh
cnditio nmay b. : ay cure himself cheai
of eer youth and ever in n rth1e lnd
any ad1dre. pa -.pin n roc-ipt of fo
ent or to potme a Adres
41 Ann Street, New York, N. Y.; Post Offc
SPAATANOURG CO,, S C.
The Proprietors of this Celebratei
Watering Place respectfully announed
that it will be opened this Season oi
the 1st of May under the same man
agement as last year.
TERMS OF BOARD REASON(ABLE,
Arrangements will be mane for the
transportation of guests to the Spring:
a* SpeeIal attention given to ship
ping of Water.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
Or deposit that amount with H. F
DUTTON & CO., Bankers, Gaines
ville, Fla., subject to my order, and
I will return to you a U. S. Gov
enent Title to
Flo-da L AND
Each entry personally inspected
Refer to Rev. J. A. Sligh, and
Wheeler & Mosely, Prosperity, S
S. P. SL IGH,
Sligh, Sumter Co.,
euhwer Lytton s. Bridge.
Where it Touches the Shores and the
Great Columns in Midstream.
"What a beau:iful bridge between old
:age and1 childiod isreligi(>n. 1I.) in'u:
tiv-.elv the chill bcits with prayer and
worship on entering life, and how intuitively,
on qating life, the old man turns tack to
prayer and worship, puttint himetf a::rit
side by side with the infant," remarks Sir E.
Buler Lvtton, in his "Strange S:ury."
Y7 s, but between its distant ahu'ment- the
brikge of tife has many high and awful
arches throu_h which tbc wili watels da-h
and roar in wrath and desolation. Prayer
and wcr-hip alone do not sustain th ese.
Nature's solid rccks must lie unshaken be
neath aud human art and skill must rear
and .oidif_ the structure overl;cad. God's
will is best exemplified in the law s le has
made for the creatures whom le has placed
under their control. Neither the child's
trustful "Our Father," nor the old mn in's
"forget me not in the midst of mine ir,tirm
itics," will a!tcr this by the weight of a sin
Science and art first-then faith and pray
er-is the order of Heaven itself. Divinity
heals through its agents, and those agents
are the discoveries of man; not the vauge
announcements of prophetS or seers. Is life
a burden to you? Does time drag? Is your
power to cope with life's problem and duties
weakened? You are not well. Your b!ood
is Sluggish and tainted, perhaps; or some
important o:gan is torpid or overworked.
This fact may have taken the form of dys
pepsia, rheumatism, gou", malaria, p.ais in
the stomach, chronic headache, or any of a
dozen other ifl. PARKER'S TONIC wilt in
vigorate you, as fresh air invigorates those
who have been shut up in damp. fetid cells.
ft is powerful, pure, delicious. scientific,
safe- the keystone of the central arch of the
bridge ef li'e. Sep. 11-in.
Columbia & Greenville tailroad.
COLUMBIA. S. C., June 2;ith 1481.
On and after Sunday, June 29, 1'a4, the
PASSENGEiS TRAINS will run as herewith :n
dicated upon this road and its branchee
Daily, except Sundiys.
No. ,3. UP PASSENGER.
Leave S.C. .1 unction - - 125 p m
" Columbia. C. G. Depot 12.t0 p m
Arrive Alston, - - - - 1.&) p m
Newberry, - - - - 254p m
" Ninety-Six, D - - - 4.17p n
" Hodges, - - 5.21 p m
" Belton, - - - 6.2S p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 7.-0 p m
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 10.05 a m
Arrive Belton, - - - 11.25 a m
Hodges. ,- 12.40 p m
" Ninety-Six, D - - - 1.30 p m
" Newberry, - - - 3.11 p m
" Alston, - - 4.12 p us
Arrive Columbia, C. & G. Depot - 6.13 p m
Arrive S. C. Junction. - - - - - 5 3 p m
sPARTAN URG, UNTON & COLUMBIA UAILEoAD.
No.53 UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston. - - - - 1.52 p m
Arrive Strother. - - - - 2.31 p m
-" Shetton, - - - - - 2..8 p m
" Santuc,-- - - - - 3.3? p m
" Union, D - - - 4.02 p m
" Jonesrille,- - - - 4.43 p m
Arrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. D. 5.3-' p m
1.&D.D. - 5.4,)p m
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, Ii 11 55 p m
- Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 12.15 p m
Arrive Jonerville, - - - 1.0$p m
Union. D - - - 1.40 p m
Santuc, - - - 2 28 p m
" Shelton, - - - 3 r. p m
" Strother. - - - 3.:31 p m
Arrive at Alston, - . - 4.07 p m
Leave Newberry, - - - 4.10 p m
Arrive Laurens C. H., - - 7.-2 p m
Leave Laurens C. H., - - 9 15 a in
Arrive Newberry, - - 12 25 p m
Leave Hodges. - - - - . 30 p m
Arrive at Abbeville, - - - rt 3' p m
Leave Abbeviile, - - - - 1 a.3. m
Arrive at Heges, - - - - 12.30 p m
BLUE RIDoE RAILEOAD AND) AND)ERSON
Leave CSelton 6.32 p m
Arrive Anderson - . 7.05 p an
" Pendleton 7 43 p an
Leave Seneca S, 8.32 p an
Arrive Waihalla 8.55 p an
Leave Walhalla. - - 'J.C-3 a an
Arrive Seneca C, - - 9 28 a an
"Pendleton, - .- 10.05 a an
" Anderson, - - 10.48 a an
A rrive at Belton. - - 11.22 a m
FaEIGHT, PASSENGER COACH ATTACIIED.
Leave Bleltoni 6.30 a m
"Williamston 7.20 -a m
"Pelzer .. 7.45 a mn
-" Pilealmont 8..') a mn
Arrive Greenville 9.25 p mn
Leave Gireenville 8.00 p mn
"Peldmnont . 4.10 p rn
"' Pelzer 455 pim
"Williamston 5.17 p mn
Arrive Belton 6 00 p mn
. A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
,With Wilmuing ton, Columbia and Augusta
.Railroad fromn Wilmington and all
rpoints North thereof.
.With Charlotte, Colunmbia and Augusta
SRailroad from Charlotte and all points
SN orth thereof.
-B. With Asheville & Spadtanburg Rail Road
. . f.r points in Western North Carolina.
t C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D B. Rt., from all
a points South and West.
a D. Wtth A. & C. Div., R. & D). R. Rt., from At'.
-lanta and beyond.
. . With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. Et., from all
a points South and We.t.
,F. With South Carolina Railroad Tor- Charles
rti WIth Wilmington, Columbia and Augnata
-Rail road for Wilmington and the 2orth.
IWith Charlotte, Columbia and Augu4a
a |Railroad for Charlotte and the Nor th.
.G. With Ash'eville A Spartanburg Railroad
.- from llendersouvilfe
II. With A. & C. Div., R. & D). R. i:.. from
~ Charlotte and beyond.
G. R. TA LCOTT, Superintendent.
3M SL.AUtGBTsa, General Passenger Agent.
D) CAaDWar.r, As't General Passenger Ag t.,
-Columbia, S. C.
Asheville and Spartanburg Eailroad.
SPARTANrDURo, S. C..1May 12, 188.
SOn and after .Monday. May iset, tB84,
psasenger trains will be run daily (Sundays
excepted) between Spartanburg and Hien
dersonville, as follows:
-Leave R. & D. Depot at Spartanburg.C.00 p mn
Arrive at Hlendersonville.........9.30 p mn
Leave Hlendersonville.............. 8.00 a mn
Arrive Rt. & D. Depot, Spartar.,urg.1?.aujy
Both trains make connectaons for C<,ium
bla and Cha.rleston via Sr Artanburg. U'nion
and Columbia and Atla-.ca and Charlotte by
Air Line. JTA2JES ANDERSON,
E :> c - a(
a: vk .e .i j
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ow hoe wih i
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VacitY d1,.3 17-i! to I' "' t' ll-'"i l Re
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TirIne lthe wt,oI. 59-New
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Sept. 25. :.
A Pure Family Medicine that
Parker's Hlair Balsam is nc,y perfumed and
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122 Naan.ui-St.. N. V.
Sept. t, 3..
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Meh 12 SI ly -
HORSE AND CATT.E POWDER
N'o II.rsn will die of .'Cat. Bo-rs or LUr55 F7
vvi. it Fcu,z's I'o:-h.r; are rsed in time.
Foutz's Powdertv wili ere -.nd prevetit oOCBor.28.
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Portable Engine has cut 10,000 ft. of Michign
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.Outr 19 Zlcrse we GuranL,~to turn sh p0o&
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15 Horse wim c'e mY):' pe in sa:ne time.
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information and prices.
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May 1'7. 20--ly.
Dec. 84, tf
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D mail4 tf. ryl vlal
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