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The dew-drops sparkle on the grass,
The peewees loudly cry.
The sunset spreads a scarf of 1iame
Against tim western sky;
And Mahle. half a mile from home,
Is calling the cows to come.
In the stillness of the gloaming
Her voice sounds sweet and clear;
The cattle from the pastures turn
And with slow tread draw near
Bessie and Pearl and Dapple Crest,
Lady Devere and all the rest.
TIE DAILY GIUND OF WO
The quiet fidelity with which a wo
man dishwashes her life away for
her husband and children is a mar
vel of endurance. Here is the ser
vitude of woman heaviest-no soon
er is her work done than it requi
res to be done again. Men take jobs,
work on them. finish them, and they
are over for good and all. The pros
pect of ending them and drawing
pay for the labor is alluring, but no
such allurements are held out for
the wife. She washes Monday af
ter Monday the same garments un
til there is nothing more of them to
wash; then they are replaced by oth
ers of new material just like them,
and the rubbing and wringing goes
on forever. She mends the stockings
with tireless fidelity, the same holes
meeting her - gaze week after week,
for if there is a da'-ned place in a sock
"he" invariably puts his irrepressible
toe through it. Every morning the
rooms are put in order, only to be in
the wildest disorder by the time night
w falls. There are no jobs, each one
' different; there is no pay day. The
same socks, the same washing, the 1
same room, every time. There is too
little brightness in the lives of women
in the country. They have too lit
tle help in their domestic occupations.
The '"nurse'' in a he:use where there
is a baby to care for ought to be set
down as one of the regular expenses
as much as the potatoes for the fam
ily. A mother's health both of body
and mind is worth more than addi
tional acres of land. or finer live
stock.- The heart should not be al
lowed to grow old. Life sho'lld not
have lost its charm, the heart its
spirit, and the body its elasticity
at forty years. And yet how many
women are faded aind wan, and shat
teredl in mind and health, long before;
they are forty. All the joy of life
is not in routh'fs morning. If we so
will it, we can to the last moment of
life be at least negatively happy.
Amer-ica n .,arrmer.
The subject of sweet ensilage was
well discussed last winter and spring.
I know of a number of silos which
have been filled with the veiw of
testing Dr. Miles' theory, and the
value of the material. The experi
ments should be carefully written
down, so that the conditions may be
known. Then when the silo is open
ed, the experimenter will have all the
facts before him. The object aimed
at in waking sweet ensilage, is to
start an active fermentation at the
v-ery first, when more or less air is
present, so that the heat thus raised
shall destroy the germs of that slow
er fermentation which takes place
when air is excluded. The degree
of heat whicb may be generated in!
vegetable substances in the presence
of the right quantities of air and
moisture is somehiting wonderful.
The heat of boiling water is readily
attained, and spontan-ous combus
tion no doubt sometimnesoccurs from
this cause. H-ence when a heat suf
ficient to kill the germs of fermenta
tion has been reached say one Lan
dred and twenty-five degr~ees to one
hundred and thirty degrees, it is of
course policy to co'eck it at once by
excluding the air. because fermenta
tion goes on at the expence of the
material itself. The only difficulty,
~hich. so far as i can leajn. has pre
seizted itself, is that of securing a
uniform heat throughout the entire
mass--in the corners, and along th
bide, as well as in the of the~ middle
silo.--CoL. M. C W'EL in Amer-;
can Agr-iculturnist for Kovember.
Fecding sw'ne to produce fat at
the expense of every thing else, is
very poor policy.
Mangels are to be pr fe-rred to inur
nips for milch cows, as the latter
flavor the mil; nd biutter objection
Rye ont sandy sand is the best for
If the soil is poor- sow rv e rather
Cheese ripens best a:t seventy de
grees o e
F:r neglected s:Qt.p will suffer all
Regular saitingz imu1roves the ap
petite of aunmals.
Plant corn. potatoes a?nd cabb;age
on rich groundl
A hard job to tackle-enftehint
Be sure the barley is not sweatingz
in the bin.
White wheat needs rich lat;d.
Gas ma will drive away ants.
FOR LADIES ONLY.
A REMEDY endorsed by the best Physicians
and Drugists at its home.
A REMEDY that Mr. C. W. O'Neill. Good
water. Ala.. says raised his wife from an
invalid's bed, unt lie believes saved her life.
A REMEDY of which a prominent Atlanta
merchant said: "I would have given $500 as
soon as 1 would a nickle for what two bot
ties of your niedicine di<l for my tdaughter."
A. REMEDY in regatd to which, S. J. Cassell's
31. D.. Druggist Thouasville, Ga.. says: "I
recall instances in which it afforded relief
after all the usual remedieshad failed. a
A REMEDY about which Dr. it. B. Ferrell,
LaGrange, Ga.. writes: --I haveused for the
last twenty years the medicine you are put
ting up and co sider it the best com,bination
ever gotten together for the disease for
which it ik recomuended.
& REMEDY about whieh Dr. Joel Branhan,
Atlanta. said : "1 have examined the re
cipe. and have no hesitation in advising its
use. and confidently recommenti it."
A REMEDY which the 11ev. i. 11 Joh.naon.
near Marietta. Ga., says he has used in hts
family with the -utmost satisfaction" and
recommended it to three families -who
found it to be just what it is recot
A REMEDY of which Pemberton, Iverson, &
Dennison say: "We have been selling it for
many years, with constantly in creasing sales.
The ~article is a staple with us, and one of
A REMEDY of which Lamar, Rankin & La
nar say : '-We sold 50 gross in tour months,
and never sold it in any place but what it
was want ed again."
A REMEDY by which Dr. Baugh ofLaGrange,
Ga.. says: "I cured one of the most obsti
nate eases of VICArsous 31sSTrUATro that
ever came within my knowledge, with a
A REMEDY of which Dr. J. C. Huss. Nota
sul;a. Ala.. says: I ant fully con-inced that
it :s unrivaled tor that class of diseases which
it claims to cure."
A REMEDY about which Maj. John C. Whit
ner, of Atlanta, well and favorably known
all over the United States as a General In
surance Agent, says: -I used this remedy
before tite war, on a large plantation on
a great number of cases, always with abso
A REMEDY about which Mr. J. W. Strange,
of Cartersville. Ga.. certifies that one bottle
cured two members of his family ofmen
strual irregularity of many years standing.
This Great Remedy is
Bradfi1d's Female ReuIator
Send for Treatise on the Health and Happi
ess of Wonman, mai?ed free.
BRtADFiELD' REGULATORt Co., Box 25. At
anta, Ga. Sep. 25-1t.
Liver, Kidney or stomtch Troubl.
Symptoms: Impure blood. costive bowels,
irregoalar aptpetite. sour belch:ing, p:unts in
side, back and heart, yellow urine,. bu:rang
when ut-inatinag, clay-color d stool]s. bhad
breath, no desire for work. chills,tevers,
iritability, whitish tongue, diry cough,
dizzy hea<i. with dull pain in back part, '9ss
of memory. foggy sight. For thtese tronues
"SWAYNE'S PIL LS" are a 2,ure cure. Box.
(1Pills), by tuail, r, ets., 5 tor $5.00. A d
(ress, DRt. SWAYNE & SON, Phailada., Pa
Sold by D-uggists. Jas. 8I-ly.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA'
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE COURT OF COMDMON
ames A. Crota ell, Plainitiff, against Emanu- 1
By order of the Court herein, dated 4 June,
881, I w ill sell, at public outcry, before' the
~ourt House, at Newber-ry, on the first Mon
av in December, 1884, that valuable property
nown as the Crotwell Hotel, and lot of land
ite Town of Newberry , and State and Coun
aforesaid-fronting about one hundred and
irty-three feet on Adams' Street, and run
iing back of tihe same, width about one hun
ired and five feet, and bounded by lots of C.
G. S. Mower and Johna W. Mon tgomecry. 1
Terms-The purcha'er will be required to
aay in cash one third of the purchase money,
d to secure the nal ance in one,two and three
ears, in equal instalmenats, with interest on
ach from the day of sale, by a bond and
orgage of the property-and to deposit with
e Master, a policy insuring the property to
xtent at least of six thousand dollars.
S1LAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 5 November, 1884.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE COURT OF COMMION
ambert J. Jones, PIf., atgainst Janett A. Ruff,
By order of the Court herein, dated 4 June, E
85, I will se:l before the Court House atNew
e-ry, at public outcry, on the first Monday in
ecember, 1884. nil that tract of land on
hch Win. H. Ratff now resides, in the Couzn
y nd Stare aforesaid, containing three hun
ed and forty ac:es, more or less, and bound
d by lands o' Mary Gilliam, W Ep:ing, Thos.
a. Alewinte cnd others.
Terms-The purchaser will be required to
avy in c3sh o .tv halif of the purchase money,
ml to -ecu:e the balance payab'e at twelve
tonthe, with interest thereon from the day of
cie, by a bond 'ad mortgage of the premises-a
tad to pay for papers.
SIL AS JOHNS 'ONE, Master.r
Maser". Office, 5 Nov ., 1884. 45 3 7.50
I will seli at Newberry Court House,
n the iirst Monday in December. 1.884, a
tt public ttuctiotn
notwnt as the
OIE PL ACE OF DR. G. W. GLENN, v
SR., DEC., CONTAINING 395
ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
~itnate in N~ewb'-rry Couinty, and nowv
)ounded by lands of Col. Johnt S. Ren- 1
vich, ont te wves Ge. A.\ Slieb, on the
uth. Trho-. F. Gtrenek-: on thi. east,
uti Tra:ct N. 1. belon ingta lb-h Es:a:e
i Mary A. GlI r t dee., on the ntihit.
TERMS OF b ALE-O::e thirdl ca-ih. am.a
e bahma~ee on a cre-i of mwa aId t wo
itht initereS.til an eac inlsta:1 lmen:t fromi
ay of sale. Thea~ credit vort i. n tobe
i-ered by at bond: of the putrce a nd u (
m torgage of the pre mises.
G. W. GLENN, e
Nov. f, 45-4r. Executor. L
LdminstratOr's N Otice
Al'l persans havin :demadS ag.dusth
e e'-:te aof Geoarge Simpson Slight, de
-aediae h--rebyv not iled to retnder
t accoutt: of t heir detands. tiuly' at
tedi. to the undt(er-ignaed.a
JOHl NB. SLIGH,
Nov 0 3t" Admintistrator-.
My Plantation at Jalapa, S. C.. for the e-ncu
tg year. Apply before Nov. 10:h. 175 Acre. t
on Buldings,- &c. -it:
Oct30... . -.NIS .CHP.. .
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
-And Under the Figure of
P. ROBBRTBON, Proprietor.
MNo Liquors of any
RESCRIPTIONS COJIPOI ND
ED AT ALL HOURS OF
THE DAY OR 1IGIIT BY
Sept 11 37 tf
Well, non I ha.- :a fnl Stock of Go.).l,
nd they nast h l..
I will ' ! go"i Flour a! ;i .5& pr: barrel.
12 ptoun b Sugar for S1.
22 p!a l:t,hb:cco for S1 00
I h:ve a verv choice aelected stock of Ci
ar.-.esverral t:ew brands. I have the g;no
n ClevIand :land Hlendrix Cigars, very fine.
4eet Caperel and New Nickel Cirareis.
Lar:re ,tock of C:m1 Goods, viz., Salmon,
5 cents per can Po,,e'd lI Iam, lotngre, Fur
ey, Chicken, Duel:. Garne, Beef. &c. Con
:need Milk Ihe bret Oyster. Frtncl and
nerican Sarlines. Can Peaches, Tonatocs,
oru, &c. Splendii lot Pick It-, 1'repared
lorse Radih, very fine e' cter-hire
auce on <!raught, to cell by ".- gallon, qt.,
int, half pint. &c.
Pure Cider Vinegar Som.' of tht- vety best
toasled Coffee. Fre-h Ch oaunts, Oranges,
We keep regularly the very best Roasted
A few good Clocks.
A new stock of Crtctery and Glassware
Large .tock: "f l'la in .id Fancy Candies.
Cabbage ani! i l'o:atoes.
Table and Pocket Cutlery. Table and Tea
Washbo:.rds 15e , &c.. &e.
For Cash or Country Produce, at the Little
'heap Store of B. 11. LOVELACE.
Oct 16 tf
New Barber Shop.
The utndersignc< respectfully in
orns the gentlemen that he has
)pened a barber shol, t,r the strt'et be
w%%cen Mr. Fallaw's and Mr. Mike Bow
rs', where lie will be pleased to wait
AAGood Tract of Liind
Io:Te fo al my -TR ACT of L AND
yontiinngl 3 17 ACRES, lying on
the pu''bli: 1t:il leatiin from41 Newbler'
rv o) Laurnins, 12 iltes ntorh of New
berry C. 11.. amt( i,'tarly toneing the
L.iens Ra ilroatl at onre point. T1his
is orne of tihe bet prlantartionrs in tihe
ipper por1tion 0f thne County; well
uapteil to growing Cotton, corn and
uall igrain. Thiere is upon tine place a
~ood dIwelling house of 6 rooms, 4 good
rame tenant hiouses, and other out
bildings. A parsture' very well en
ylosed. Arny one dlesir''ns oif surchnasinig
will aprplv~to or ad(lre,$ mie. at Kinarrd's
r. . I will take pleai-r:re in showing
:he place at airy time. IXTorn- ver.y re
sonale. W. W. SE.MlMER.
Oct 10 42 7
WE ASK ALL
Interestcd in Ilides, Furs. Woo],
Roots, Feathers, Beeswax, Butter,
Dheese, Eggs. Dried Frit, Poultry,
Iay and Produce generally, to send
or our Price Currents. Prompt re
~urns on all consignments.
Trial Shijnens S5o/iciLed.
WASE COTTON AND \10TE~S
R. L. Williams & Co.,
General Commission Merchants,
OFFICE, 169 WILLIAM ST.,
"ROUGH ON COUGHS."
Ask for "Roughs on.Coughs," for Coughr
olds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness. Trcches, 15c
"~10UG H ON RATS."
Clear out ra-s, maice, roac'ts,:fies, ants, bec
ug, skunnks., chipmunkt, gophers. 15c. Drus
Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings, Dizzinesr
rdigest 'in, Headache, Sleeplessnress cured b:
Wells' Health Renewer."
"ROUGHS ON CORNS."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." l5c. Quic1
>mplete cure. Hard or soft corns, warts, but
ROUGH ON PAIN" POROUSED PLASTER
Strengthening, improved, the best for bacle
:be, pains in chest or side. rheumatism; net
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores health ain
igor, cures Dyspepsia, Headache, Nerv'ou:
ess Debility, $1.
nd tIhe rrny Throat Affections of clhldrer
romiptly, pleasantly and safely relieved b
Rough on Coughs" Trochies, 15c.; Bal'amn 25<
If you are failIng, broken, worn out and ne:
ous, use "Wells' Health Rtenewer." Sb. Dru:
If you are losintg your grip on hde. try 'Wellb
[ealth RLen'ewer " Gjoes 'itrect to weark 1pot:
"L'UG II ON TorrlHtACHtE'
Instnt rel:vf for Neu.r. :. T'ect rach.r. Fancr
ehte A-k for "Rot'ugh; otn loothach !." t ain
Laie who would. reta;n freshnerr.. :.ud v
acity. Donr't. fail to ttry 'Wells' Hletlthn lt
CA rAIRIlAL THIRIAT Al-FEECTIO.\S,
Hackin;. irritat ing Coughs. Cold". Sore Thrront
rirel by "tou;;h on Couln..:s' robes, 15(
"RtOUG H ON ITCHI."
"Roughr on Itch" cures humnors eruptioni
ntto'rrm, letter. sarlt rheum, trosted feet, chi
THlE HOPE OF TIlE NATIO)N.
Cik liren slow intir.tt deveomeni. puiry. seraw~
7and delicat;e, use '"W.d' Health Rtenewe'r.
[tOUGH ON RATS" PoRtOUSED PLASTER
Stregtenting. Improve], the bie%t for back
he pairs in cetst or side. rheatnatis:n. nen
re or four hours every night coughing. Ge'
smediate relief andI sound rest by using Wells
srTE )A" ;Ti I Crn OLIN A.
orywa.":o>" rrr: co, rruou..r:n U-:nr:n.u.. f
I certitf that Frederick Werber. Jr..
of 'ewberry. Agent of the Connect
icut Fire Insurance Company and The
Merchants- Iusurance Company, has
complied with the requisitions of the
Act of the General Assembly entitled
"An Act to Regulate the Agencies
of IiSurance Companies not incor
porated in the State of South Caro
lina." and I hereby license the said Fred
eriek Werher. .Jr., Agent as aforesaid, to
take risks :mid transact all business of
Insurance in this State, in the County
of Newberr} for and in behalf of said
Companies-Expires March 31st, 1S85.
W. E. S l'ONEY,
Oct. G, 40-tf.
C/Dw gO o- Ig 7
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We are still writing Insuranwe on de
sirable property of all kinrds in Town
and) County. in the old, strong and relia.
Liverool & London &~ Globe In
Continental Ins. Co. of N York.
Ins. Conpanq of N<n-t/h America.
IIartfordl Fire Ins. Co. of HIartford,
The comWbi ned Capital and As ts of
Companie in ounr agen..0 . ontc up
No guess work, have figures to show.
It you want positivc Insurance against
loss, we will be pleased to write it for
Gin House riks taken with either
steam, water or horse pow.er.
S 9 . BOOZER & ON.
Sept 21 tf Agents.
2. v e n n-.- . r.
eng In:nrrn:e onte:
sirabe prcper::of:a. ki:rs i.: o':n
and Couty, inth: .:.d . st ng ia"
Lieroo, Lndc:h r::.be or
Ta-((: C m: ..y th
BurreI I. Baines.
II .an now.. ho tfma:i at my shop net.t
to the colored athodi - (hu rch. it
Gravel T own. whecre I wilI. he leased
to see all my' old customer-: :nl ast ma
ny' new~' onies as possible.
My experience in the unsiness. : 40
oeas. enables me o give sot isf-tit fion
to my tINtomers.
W ork. as heretofore. )romplt ly done.
ando dlee d C( accoriInmg to pr1oise.
lI '-t I chap for ensh.
- 1ALTA L lA.--.-NDS :
One and a Flalf Miles From the
Town of Newberry.
BLING DESIROUS OF MAKING A
Bchange. I will sell that valuable
plantation known as the O'Neall and
Trat No. 1 contains 105 acres, upon
w.'hich is a good Frame House and two
Tenanut IIouses, Blacksmith Shop, a
nice Fishl Pond stocked with German
Cai p. About 80 acres of this land is
in a~ high state of cuiltivation. Some
fine bot tom land in the tract.
Tracl(t No. 2 contains 200 acres, upon
wh'lichi is a Dwelling, together with all
necssary outbuildings, Ginhouse, Sta
bles, et c. ; a fine Orchard of more than
500 select fruit trees, grapes. etc.; a
fine garden. About 150 acres of this
]and is in a high state of cultivation
-20 acres of line river bottom.
Tract No. .3 contains about 125 acres,
upon~ which are two Frame Houses,
two Cabins, Stables, etc.; abouit 90
acres ini 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 highi state of cultivation ;
about 25 acres of fine bottom land.
Tra~ct No. 5 lies on the west side of
Bushi River and contains about 40
acre-, 30 of which have just been
cleatred and well ditched. It is fine
This is a rare chance to buy. Call
and see me, and I will take pleasure
in show'.ing these lands. Terms easy.
THOS. F. HARMON,
Aug. 3m. trEWmErBou . C.&
W. J.P01,L.R .1 JAS. I. ROBERTSON
POLLARD & ROBERTSON,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 731 Reyno:ds Street, AUGUSTA, G iORGIA
M:inutfaturers :ni (;enral A.;Xents for the Fo:jiowing Mx:v-uery. Con
i sting( in Part.
100 Fairbauks Sit:'dani Seal,s.
100 Thomas Smoothing Jiarrow .
100 Acme Pulverizers and Cicd ':-ufhers,
100 Reapers, Different Makes an A 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 stylest,
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,!Feedcrs and Condensers,
25 Ncblett & Goodrich IXL Cotton Gins at S2.0C per saw,
10 Neblett & Gocdrich second-hard I L Cot-on Gins at S1.50 per saw, in good order,
5 Kreible Engines.
WOOD WOI;KING MACilNEIRY (all kinds) FLOUR & CORN
-MILLS, & MILL MACIINERY.
Otto Silnt Ga: Engines, Hai cock In-=pirator , Dean Stiam Pumps,
Milburn Ro!ler Brea-t Gin., Feeders and Condens-rs. Carver Seed Cotton
Cl1an:l"rs, N-well Cott on St-l. IInli-r: and Separators, Colt's Power
Cotton Presses. Shaft ing, Pull-y and Hangers, Steam and Water Pipes,
Fittings. etc. Belting, Lacing. Iloes. etc.
COTTON MILL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
A full lint of 31aehinerv of all kinis in stock and for sale low. Caill and
examine b:"fore pureha silg, anl save money.
Send for cetal -gues. Correspondence solicited and promptly attended to.
Pollard & Robertson, 731 Reynolds st., Augusta Ga.
W. T. GAXLLTA1RD, A-t. New crry, C. C.
O. F. JAOK80N , ,I:om,er,
120 Main Street. - Columbia. S. (..
ALWAYS ON II.\ND A FULL
D Y 00BS,
NOTIONS. CLOT111NG, IIATS,
Ladies and Gents Under Garments.
-I TEMiiS STRICTLY CASHliI
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. KEY
Charieston and Columbia and BEST
Upper outih Carolina.
PASSENG;::R DEPA RTMENT. BLATCHLEY'S
Wilmin.>n N. C. Oct.( . 8LEENM.
Leave Chiarle- :en, - - 7.n
" Lanes ----'40) ainSELSSUB
S" Sunmter. - - .! an mOPR E
" Colim!i' - -1:.00 aim
Winni., U P .i ii
Chestnet.be -r-n3. 5ny'm
Yorkil', - -i 5::~ p mg f'ioGO
L::ieaLt i - - 0 :5 y m~ ~tL
" Rock I liil, - :-,.0 p inm- bu. ite?~c
" Charlo -,N. . - (.1) p mi 0 AKT T,?ld
Arrive Newbe y,. S.~ C., - 1.]3 p m)i oncfr neu g
" Greenn ood, - - :t.. )1 in t*1~:
I.4Laurenis, - - (;.50 p m __________________________
"' Anldersonl, - - 5.1 p mf
" Greeniv i:l1". - - 0.05 p im
" Walhialla, - - 7.0:; p in
EAS. tmtpndi~w a ewBdiio o T DE_BEST.
verwll'sCelBLA&d ~: THE'Si
Leae leneron~ll, N C. .00a n creor pextoRrh LE SEuNAM Ek
Anki -r, - - 10.33 Th clebrat d o ntot ue intti eunirb
Grce~t ~- - ~ va. --csn prace tat the alar
inr onseqences ouse:se an t e Trad
m rn onceiple oze frti nand o e~el Ag en
* Hendrlo nvle. N. C., ..0 p o -c evr u9 rr o atrwa i
RoiNG. EAS .00 Ju t puio,anedition oa e a uehmef D.Cuea
Lacai.. - - .0 ~l ive el aelebradiEay o h rlc
Lev Ierville, N. C. 1.00 p m ur Thi Lpecmturrhould be sina theand
" Sprtanmr.f - - 10.5 or nevr. ynoutanery m nan inotses.lamdo
Chbber.- - 11.44 a in tenty onertal, i' hya I n calpcity
-ol ' -r ' .3 i mpedCentSotw po e s aag,st.; Adrss.--n
" rie nt e , - --- 0.55 a m efind41 ene. e or k,uai Po.extavaan e
- Lauren.s - - 8..) P mf ver B ccssu atie.tatthOlam
" CGren woo. - - 12.48 p mrna cosqecsoIetauemyb ai
'Solince imapne, crtaineen ChTaete.t.obyamean
.. ane.. .gg y rvtl n 1 riai Lau
aJa- . -F -. DI aInE, i hsLctr hudbei h ad
" Chetrl -S np 4pereniode sa, e pai avloe.t
-c -l Pasn - Agnt ceso tw -otg tms drs
Th Coumi ai-i- Rail.3 p SiEn CUEWELDCLC.
ArieSme.---05 1Ansre,New York N. .;LPne Ofle
"Alan . -i~~;i Lon- iu.05 A o.0 uyl
"nas Tehale.-t n t- --s a.4d poth m Ur O,Bakr,Gie
So ri,e wee Char, and lreunt yuaU.S o
G n -ralmSnperintitldent
Gonnneg ra c Passenge Agen. F...a AN
Dohe eoriy Puacificih eant
Slepiw Cart Lie wichte SV P
Alara of, 8 irmc inam cha
iThe favoitd :ate.ReetoR.J.ASih,a
B rthIet'*l dys inair,e
Double Dah: Tora is-wth Erea ntmWelr&Msey rseiy
SleepingCars i:tchdformto wich the~ ~? -~
clwrt on 8'freahscto0s hr
Ged. Thes lowet TrSleeing as raes
inth .nie Y.t SatEenS prSi , u trC
Atlanta va T ..- Gogaafe al
wyadBirmingham, Aa. Foia
Fo ute nomto twrite toiofcetin-nurelucor -0
L.S RWN LX S.. TH WEATT, -i- k~nfiier
:iiAmirSham. .B.At Fants,DG
. 2Y. SAGE,TGen IuN'J
S Brminham Aula.gPCK D
Or ampit preatraou with H.
tedwih ealCdeg ony.Bordile,FEEandbec om CONDEr,ani
cit chap Tiaereqriril~ t 4mos t wll rentur~ n the yost atU.co S.aGo
Baurlfr; iiiinasa~vade! n c rn men Titloe to v
pleti f cot:-. -. u aACRiSfaotrygoan
~i~IZu.-i ui ;:r. o rsk CaitlRnt fer tol hev J. ra.oal aSligh, and
QI~reire: Rade, f yu wntbus-Whreer of aroig most rspeitly, SI
r.-stwher eros f tlims i.gih,a Smy tershp opostJ.,S
young' Ildan.prepaaeeagratmpay alltthellupreven
thezcentatin rf weth na.solcteiceistain.yh
wrtet. .tioir t . fet o n. Awrdt the - Tie Luficen .
ti~.i. Aug 21 3m P .R F.M D
Columbia G (reenville ;11-""'
COLt (BIA. S. C.. October 5, 1SSt.
On and after Monday, October 5, 1884, the
PA--SENG E R TRAINS aill run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its branchea
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave S. C. Junction - - 10.45 a z
- Columbia. C. G. Depot 11.10 a n
Arrive Alto, - - - 12.10 p a
" Newberry, - - - - 1.13 p t
" Ninety-Six, D - - - 2.0 P U
" Hodges, - - 3 33 1) n:
Belton, - - - - 4.40 p n
Arrive Greenville. - - - - G 05 p u
No. 5'2. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - - 9.50 a n
Arrive Belton, - - - 11.13 a a
" Hodges. - - 1223 p n
Ninety-Six, D - - - 1.12 p t
" ewberry, - - - 3.G2 p u
Al:ton. - - 4.10 p u
Arrive Columbia, C. & G. Depot - 5.15 p n
Arrive S. C. Junction. - - - - - 5.30 p n
SPAGaTA\BURG. tN1ON & COLUMBIA RAILROAD
No.53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston. - - - - 12.25 p n
Arrive Strother, - - - - 1.18 p n
- Shelton, - - - - 1.55 p n
Sautuc. - - - - - 3.00 p n
Union,' D - - - 3.40 p n
Jonesville, - - - 4.38 p n
Arrive Spartanburg. S. U. & C. D. 5.5.1 p n
it.&D.D. - 6.t51pn
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
L,eave Spartanburg, it. & D. Depot, 11 10 35 a n
Snartanburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 10.50 a n
Arrive ZJonesville, - - - 11.5t;a n
" Union. D - - - 12.35 P n
Sautuc, - - - 1.23 p a
" Shelton, - - - - LS p t
Strother. - - - 2.45 p n
Arrive at Al ton. - . - 3 40 p r
. LAU=INS RAILWAY.
Leave Newberry, - - - 3.40 p t
Arrive Laurens C. H.. - - 6.5) p r
Leave L:turens C. H., - - 7.40 a r
Arrive Newberry, - - 11.00 ax
Leave Hodges. - - - - 3.45 p r
A rrive at Abbeville. - - - 4.45 p r
i.".,%e A,beviile. - - - - 11.0 a
..re.e at l.;;es. - - - - 12.00 p t
tLUS- RIDGE EAILItOAI, AND ANDEltaON
L.- ve ,eitou 4.45 pi
A rrive A 'ersOn - . 5.1 $ p [
'eleton 5.56 p
.eave -:.ec:2 S, 6.40 p I
Arrive :Valhalla 7.-3 p
Le:,ve 'Valhalla. - - :.50 a (
A:rri, e Sencea C, - - 9.15 a 1
S t'endleton. - . 952 a I
Anderson, - - 10.33 a i
A rrive at Belton, - - 11.O a 1
FG:E!GHT, PASSENGER COACH ATTACHED.
Lenvu itt"lIon 6.15 a mn
Wi:liam1ston 7.05 a a
" l"lz!"r 7.3"' '. .
Pie.lnmont S.5 a a
Arrive Greenville 9.10 a m
Leave Greenville 3.00 p m
Piedmont 4.10 p m
Pelzer 5.17 p m
lWilliamston 5.40 p m
Arrive Belton 6.20 p m
Close connection is now made at Senec
with It. & D. It. It. for Atlanta and beyond.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Chai
With Wilmington, Columbia and August
Railroad from Wilmington and a
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and August
-Railroad from Charlotte and all poin1
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rai Roa
for points in Western North Carc:ina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from a
points South and West.
D With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from A
lacta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from a
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charle
With Wilmin-tou. Columbia and Augnsi
Railroad for Wilmington and the r ortl
With Charlotte, Columbia and August
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railros
U1. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R.. fro
Charlo:te and bey ond.
G. Rt TALCOTT, Superintendent.
D CASEDwELL Aegat General Passenger Ag
I sheville and Spartanburg Railroa4
SP'ARTANBULRG. S C.. May 12, 1s84.
On and after Monday. May 12st, i18
paseger trains will be run daily (Snnda
exceeptedl) between Spartanburg and He
dersonv ille. asa follows:
Leave Rt. & D. Depot at Spartan burg.6.00 p
Arrive at Hlendersonville.'.........9.30 p
Leave Ilendersonville............ S.00 a
Arrive R. & D). Depot, Spartanburg .11.30 p
Both trains make connections for Colut
bia and Charleston via Spartanburg. Unic
an d Columbia an d A tlanta andl Charlotte I
Air Lin'.. JTAMES ANDERSON,
c0DllS 0 8 aaTl 00DSIDp eD
Al Trot BratadLn-feto
WIL-C ERY "Th fist osegivs0
gos.an sotes ReoesDndt
ouhsColdn, ailway Conmpn
Al T7,A, Bastnd Lrang wilelrun
TOO HAR RoHRESTo-SRA N U
Toilet Articlea Rt..7.s growth.7 poi
dnre Charlegat sn g......12 p Fr9a3gr
Dea tCareon...... 7.0 a .3 in .
Sone ColumbiRa......1.0ay 92 Co pn
TO AND FROM CAEN.
EAT(ALY EXCETIL UDAY.
Depart Columbia...... 7.48 a m 5.27 p
Due Carlestn........ 125 p m 8 p
WEs E(DIL EXCETSL DA) .
Depart Cardestn...7.00 am 4.00 p r
Due Columbia...... 11.00 a m 9.22 p xi
TO AND FROM AGUSTA
EAT(AsTY EXCETSL DAY)
Depart Columbia......... 5.27 p i
Due amdent.........7.4 pm 8.mp
WES E(DTL (DAEITSLYA.)
Depart Amden......7.15 a .0 p
PDue Columbia....... 9. am p 2p
Duncinwte Calte Columbia9. nd Ai
gusta l:ail Road by same train to and fro1
allii points on both roads.
Pas.sengers by these trains take Breakfa
anda Suppe.r at Brabhhille.
A t Charleston with Steamers forNewYorl
and on Tuesdays and F:idays with steam<
for .Jacksonvilife and points on the St. John
River; also with Charleston and Savanna
R.-ilroad to and from Savannah anda
points in Florida.
At Augusta with Georgia and Centr
aRailroads to and from all points West ax
South. At Blackville to and from pointsc
Barnwell Railroad. Through tickets can 1
purchased to all points South and West, 1
D. MCQUE EN, Agent, Columbia.
aJOHN~ B. PECK, General Manager.
D. C. ALLEN, Gen. Pass. and Ticket Ag1
1OTICE IS BEREBY GIVEN Il
puN )trsulance of Section 1,417, Ri
vised Statutes oi South Carolina. thx
at the next ensuing session of ti>
1General Assemnbly of South Carolin
ini November, 18S4, application will I
made for a Charter for the Incorpor;
tioni of THE MIDLAND RAILROA
COMPANY OF SOUTH CARoLINA. 1
be granted by the Legislature of Soul
n+Date Augun.t 15K 18Sr 'imAm.
It will purif and enrich the BLOOD,regulate
the LIVE.; :.d KIDNEYS, and RESTonE THE
HEAL1H ::nd VO0 cf YouTH! In all those
Ses1 eci;lihly i r s pI a nitO APPeLtTNIdC
s.aci o Strt't- etc. its use Is marked
with imnme.lhate anIwondcrfulreults. Bones,
n:usees :ud nervecs receive new force. EniivCen3
the mind and supIlIies Brain Power.
Lu,A DiE fdrom alcIL .
g. ,cuiS p~lrtotleirezWfAnd1in
DR. H:i TE'S IRON TONIC a safe and speedy
care. It ;:vt a lear and healthy complexion.
The tr.:':es:irony to the valne of DRi.
>r x > 'om-c is that frequent attempts
aLt cuan:r '.....alScc only added to tbepopnllYa
ity ,tt:( t>':"in.Ifyou e:triesIIY desre healn
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DRUCG'STS Awo DEAL.ERS EVEr Isa i
Mch 12 84 ly -
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No Iiosz wilt die of CoLIC, BoTs or Ix' .
ar. If Foutzs Powdes are used In time.
Foutz's Powders wil:cureandp~reventHOGC
Foutz's Powders will prevent G.rEssf~
Fontzs Powders will Increase thequt
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'o ::x .s Powders will cure or prevent almost
SD!ctAc}; to wh!ch Horsesand Cattle are sabeet.
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21 We handle ntigbut the
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