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SHALL WE PRUNE IN WIN
There has been a vast amount of
discussion as to the proper time for
pruning; some insisting that it should
not be done in winter, while others
hold that the proper time is "when
ever your knife is sharp." There is
one season especially in which prun
ing should not be done, viz: during
the period of active growth, from the
time the buds start in spring, until
buds for the next year are formed.
Winter is preferred by many, as more
time can be devoted to the work; and
with the apple and pear, it probably
does not make any difference at what
period it is done between the fall of
the leaf and the swelling of the buds
in spring. It is not well to prune
when the wood is frozen, as bad
wounds and cracks may result. if
young trees are taken in hand from
the start. and proper attention given
to forming the heads, there would be
little need of severe pruning in the
orchard. The too common method
is, to plant an orchard and let it grow
uncared for. The trees, after they
begin to bear, yield fair crops for a
few years, and then, when they de
cline and fail, pruning is suggested
as a remedy. Too often the pruning
is done by ignorant persons, and as
a result, nearly as much wood is cut
out as there is left. This great waste
should be avoided. The labor of
-the tree, so to speak, expended to
produce these numerous branches,
should have been directed to the pro
duction of fruit, as it might have
been had proper and timely care
been given to the orchard when young.
The principles of pruning are read
ily understood, and one should never
remove a branch, large or small,
without having some definite object
in view.-Dn. TirnEn, in Americun
Agriculturis., for Dec.
To the Editor of The News and Courier:
In your issue of Saturday appears a
slip expressing the opinion that deep
ploughing (or working) of corn, after
it is well grown. is injurious to its de
velopment and productiveness. I
had thought that farmers -were well
agreed on this point. Aly own opin
ion was formed by this esperiment-:
In 1868 I planted a field of some
five acres with corn worked in the
old way with the plow. At the sadie
*time, on exactly similar land, I plan.
iied and tended wit.h a hoe about two
*task rows in my garden. The ground
here had been well turned with the
plough previously to planting. No
plough was again used, my light steel
hoe simply kept the grads d .wn and
the surface loose. .Both crops grew
well. After the last ploughinig the
field corn shot out innumerable se
cund-roots from the joint above
ground-a necessity since the lower
roots had been cut-moy garden corn
shot none of these, In a week or
two there came up a severe wind
storm. The field corn was pros ra
ted and suffered badly; not a stalk
*of the garden corn, though equally
exposed, was blown down, in the
former the second-roots Lad not yet
taken a go)od hold; in the latter the
first set of roots, never having been
disturbed, we-:e too firmly set to he
~torn up. &( one, I presume, will
deny that thb productiveness of corn
is largely dependent on its ability to
stand on its feet. but is it not an ab
normal act to force a plant like the
Indian corn irto ;be formation of
new supports just when it is bending
all its energies in the production of~
fruit? If this does not limit, does it
not certainly delay its productive
nessf A RETXRED F'ARMER.
PREPARIN~G FoE SPRING IN THE
GAREN -Wherever a crop is taken
off, it will be a great gain to manure
and plow or spade thle land, leaving
it rough during the winter. All such
work as making paths. laying drains,
etc., is more advantageously done
Dow thnn when the press of spring
work is at hand. If new frames are
needed, or straw m:ots, or era es for
mreied produce. or garden labels
rqie;if implcmnents are to be
inade, repaired or bought--whatever
can be done in the present months
will save much valuable time in
sprinig. Now, and all through the
winter, ndd everything to the manure
pile that will decompose and increase
its bulk and value. Among the
preparations for spr ng is the prick
ing out into cold f:amnes, the cabbage,
cauliflower and lettuce plants from
seeds. It is important to set the
plants of cabbage and cauliflower
down to the first leaf', ao that the
stem, the portion most readily injur
*eds.by freezing, may be covered.
The ashes should not be put over the
plants until there is dianger of severe
freezing weather. Other frames
should be made ready for very early
lettuce. The soil is to be "spade'd
and enricbed and made ready for
planting, and the frames then lfilled
up with leaves. If there are shutt* rs
at band to cover them, all the be:ter..
Earth is often wanted fo.r hot-beds,
seed-I oxes, etc., at a time when the
ground is still frozen. Lay in a
good supply of fine, rich soil. und r
a shed, or where it can be had whea
needed.-Dr. Thtur!.er, in Amer ice'n
Some of the Independent papeis I
are-boasting atont Ben Butler's ver-|
satility. That remipds one of the I
bot who boasted of his father's ac
complishments. Ile said : "-My fa
ther can de ahpost anything. lie is
a notary public, he is an spothecar.y,
and can 1 ull teeth; and he is a horse
doctor, and can play on the fiddle;
After iving tie r'-sri't or tho el
f i-m in (iireenv:l"e, Sprtahrg an
innsorozl(?. an'.ji ;uds fru!Ii Cl
Crln .;/nto th'' Cf:+tta
1,500 pe:op!e from t:!e cOtintry Cram
into to,n on the <iv of eiection t
help th, dry ticket. the Greenvi:i
Keles trinlphantiy arbl?IIr:s: "W:m
is the use of trying to argue agains
facts like these 7"
Well, there is never any use of al
guing against facts. No sensible ma:
will do it. The facts are that Spau
tanburg has gone dry by only fou
majority, against 75 last year, an
that Greenville and Winnsboro hav
rollc( up larg ly inl.r_t a:joritic
against prohuiiion. 'i hesC are tJ
facts, aind ginst then a fa.tS o
has no p;Jwver. But it s not the wi
biOli of these f.cts Tcrel to s ienc
logic. They r:i th par"nts of oth
facts aid te:chers of itportaunt lei
eThe faets deel.n i:e s:3
The law po hibit.. Ig tie sale ) !
quors outsie the limit"z ' of inc!Jr'.
ratli toJWLs has a tendency to a'
cent.rate the whisky ann :lld t1
whiskv interests in the towns.
2. The emissaries of evil are a
ways more active and vigilant tha
the children of light.
3. The good. people of the towr
now need the help of the countr
people to enable them to dhstroy ti
hydra headed evil. Ind thc LogiA;
tore ought to submit the qu.stion
We hope the Greenville News wi
not jump to the conclusion that facl
are always right, and in tbhmselvt
productive of good.-G-(~ney Carol
A Mo ;:ro Co--. -I hear ye
have a sweetheart coming to see y
every evening. Ain't you asha11
of yourse;f ?" said an Austin lad
to her colored cook.
"What, am you making such a fu:
about one pore missuble gemman
How de debbil kin a cullud lady h:
less clan one ? If I was one ob de:
immoderate niggers and encouragE
de gemmans, and hab de house fu
ob admirers ebery evenin' den yi
mout kick, but ter make er fuss ob
one objec' ob my effeeshuns a
"I trust your daughter is not o.
of those taine, spiritless sort of gir
that sometimes apply to us for situ
tions and are too bashful to fill them
said a Boston shopkeeper to a fath,
who was seeking employment for or
of his children. "Sir," he replie
indignantly, "my daughter has re
hair." That settled it.
A man in Kansas has started fii
papers, each of which died within
short time. He has just sta(t
another, and calls it Kind Words. b
cause, he says, kind words c-g: ev+
A young mother, traveling wil
her infant child. writes the followir
le:ter to her hiust and at home: '
are all doing first rate, and enjoyir
ourselves very much. We are in fir
health The boy can crawl about c
all fours. Hoping that the sair
may be said of you, I remain, &t
A shoemaker of Utica, N. Y.,.h
completed -a meehanical -auriosit.
corisistinig o' t wo houses each ss fe<
square. Inside of these houses-ai
different wooden figuires at trade
There are nearly 200) of' these figure
The motive power is a small thr<
whnyucomo so thn ft ti o
cigarw. fI 1 ander o enlOi wh~en the7
Lre writing, and ever 5o no c:caner.
and flavor ci th'e tobacco.
The most fastidiious situoter am~ny a~
nations and all classes of meci aree that
the tobacco grown cui the Goith-n Tobacco
Belt of North Carolina ist the miost d:-ic.
bous a.nd ronned in the world. Lighter
than Turkish, more !re.rant than~ Havna,
freer from uitratosi cmd nictino than any'
other, it is just what the connoisseu.r
praises and the habi4tual scke~r demanda.
The very choicest tobacco grown
on this Bell is boughlt by Dah
well's Du.rha:n Tobacco Cc. .:
appears in their celebroted Biull
Durham smok!ng Tot acco. iI s
known -the world over. /.
trade-mark, then you will /J
Ibe sure of. having abso
lutelr pure tobacco.
M O T.HEBR
gentlesex ? fso, t yo weringtidn
or comfort and ;ret ja.v. You canr
ad, restoled to periect htealth hy us.n~
t:inin:: lto the wom:b. :Sud nuOh inteli'cet:t n'
man e:t' ('ure her-elf he folowing~ roe r.:
ra o ta I itt c Ir s:l - feco si me
uprSad Herou Le!atm
0:rin:: b,that I r iaw tz.l p':;p.! fuo le:ah
'THANGE OF LFi:." In liin3"abl zt00
Du .ti. di:bm:e-es'.v r:Ithv
Or 'r' 2: on d be ein b and WfIg'.oe
coaie. of xit mie yer -td. , n
proDFond atOui-. Il Cnow, yourin Goeii
UPP':iE THE Piii FF!CE,
-And Un.cr the Fi.;urc of
" TH-E LION."
P. EBOETEON, Proprietor.
e KEROSENE and
No Le sof:v
PR ESCRIPTIONS C0O.IPOUND
ED AT ALL HIOURS OF
THEDAY OR NIGIIT BY
s Sept 11;37 tf
New Barber Shop.
- Th !ltmder-i "netd r-pec;islly in
0 forls tle eI;tilimn ti;it ie las
opea bad"1:rbe;" shop on th," stret be
; tween M1r. Fallaw's and Mr. like Bow
ers, where he will be picasetl to wait
a upon them.
s THORNE COLEMAN.
A Good Tract of Land
" For saI'e.
1 I o'er for s;,l m l TRACT of LAND
, Contini:ngin :, 7 ACRES, lying on
the pnbiie wad ie.,ling frola Newber
ry to Laurens, I mliles north of New
berry C. H., and nearly touching the
? Laurens Railroad at one point. This
b is one of the best plantations in the
;e upper portion of the County; well
d adapted to growing cotton, corn and
small grain. There is upon the place a
good dwelling house of G rooms, 4 good
r frame tenant hiouses, and other out
r buildings. A pasture very well en
closed. Any one dvsiro.s of purchasing
will apply to or address me at Kinard's
T. 0. I will take pleasure in showing
the place at any tim.. Terms very rea
e sonable. W. W. SUMMER.
Is Oct 0 42 7
WE ASK ALL
e Interested in Hides, Furs, Wool,
i, Roots, Feathers, Beeswax, Butter,
d Cheese. Eggs, Dried Fruit, Poultry.
Hay and Produce generally, to send
for our Price Currents. Prompt re
e turns on all consignments.
a 'Trial Ship7/?tinls ScliciUNd.
d WASTE COTTON AND MOTES
e- DEALT IN.
R. L. Williams & Co.,
General Commission Merchants,
OFFICE, 169 W IL LIAM ST.,
OctIOly New York.
e"RIOUGH ON COUGHS."
nAsk for "Roughs ou Coughs." for Conghs.
e Colds, SOre Thrioat, IIoacreess. TrccheS, inc.
"ROU(II ON RATS."
Ca.. out rats. mice, roacheS, ries, auit. bed
qu;, skunnks, chipmunks, gopheurs. 15e. Dr,ug.
e Iniest *n, Headlache, .Sleeplessness cured by
e .Ask for WelW~ "Rcugch onu LCris." l5c. qtuick
completocure. Hartl or soft .orns, warts;bun
"ROCUIl ON PAIN'' PoOtUED PLAS-fER:.
Strengthening. improve d. tha~ best for back
ache, pains in est, or sale. rbe:uali,m, neU
THIN PEOPL E.
."Wells' Bealth Bene wer'' restores health and
vigor. cure~s D)yspepsia, Headache, Nervous
ness, Debility, $1.
.WROOPJ.NG COLCG U,
andc tl:e tnany Thtaat A1f'ctions of children,
prom ny, pienanztly and safe.y relIived by
'1oug on Coughs" Troecs.-15e.; Italsam 25c
* ~ MOTH ERii.
If you are faillin. brken, worn out and ner
vous, tise 1'Wels' Realth Renewer.'' $1, D)rum
gists. _ _
- LIF'E PRtE.3E?VERI. -.
If' you are losing your grip on lire. try "Wells'
IJcth Renew er." Goes direct to weak r-pots.
"ROUGH ON TOOTHIACHE."
Instant relief for Nuralgia. Toothache. Face.
ache. Ask for "Rou~gh cn 'Toothache?" 15 &nd
PRE~TT Y WOMEN,
Lrldies who would retain fre.ishn and vi
vaoity. Don't fall to try "Wejs fealln Re-t
CA ?AXl uLIAL TIIROA T AFFEUT..I'O "8,
Finokintr, irritating. C.'u:a.ni, Cold. Sn:re 'Throat.,
curert by ".ttonih on Cough:. -'Tulet. WF.
l'tOG oN ITCIi."
"Rougni oe Such" enren unmore, "rno~tions,
'THE HUP?E OF TlE NATION.
Chxilren alow in developmen t. punt, scraw
riy. tOld delicate, use "Well' Health Renewer.'"
-ROUGE O,N RATS" P'OROUSED PLASTERt;
Streairheninjr, 1mpioved, theO heat for hack.
ahne. paini in che.L cr lde,rhamatimnu
three or fotu- t:nra "very uiaht caughzinz. Get
imm're'iate r..1Mt ,ad soun:d rest by sn~lg Wells
'1tou hl on Colds." T ochep. 15 :1. ilem.:ise.
ti t will St rt yo "n tawork that will at once.
. bing vou in .' -n.y fater than anvthing else.
ii 4ume:k'a. Al 'io'ut theo s2:,in in I-ve,,'an4
witn eac box. Agenats wa:t",t everywwr,
of itar' sa X. of all age'.s for all the tiue, or
spr 'lixne only. to wor k for us at th-.ir own
homno. Fortu::es for all w'rkers absoIh'ly
-m .Don't delay. Hi. H- Ar..rr & ('o.,
- Portland. Maxinre. Nov. 27'-1y.,
& otage. undI we wsill mail you free, a
L. ya.valuable um phI box of goo 's
htwilptyou in the w i f mak
1.-' -:.o*e mo-i y in a few dasys tha:n~ you ever
:'h:Ij,ht rs-:b:e~' n' l n bu-iXes'. Capiin:l rio?
rqui.1 o ennlie tlbo'ne a.I w-rK ii
sI are- :in.e-ly o.r al hemees. Allof bt
wh wa.1 V.it v,-oik m:iv ta'. TIb- i.u-iies., we.
makeu~ Ii tii inm:araeledl oitrr: To nj n v i e
not ,cc!sni.tl.-J we w i!! s.-mt s1 a' un for
th .troub0II,Le ofV wrtin u:iei,. F'ol! p, v jeu!nir,. di.
lutelh sure for eli who -tart at once. D)on't
des-l-t. .lddre is us & Co,, V'trtland. M ,ine
A prom1linent phyician tat-ty remnarked to
the' propr-itor, thait if it were adini.mible to
unike p:iil the. ltters we receive. the ' Mo
1 her'- F'riend woold out-sell anything on ihe
-* m ~o-' ,eaest 'y eutrzt. eterv ?fomeleex ".
Ip.otto aoi.e otn', tin ac Mhrers- fllf.
( <upe&f itix this efntrtety I wall a-dd that du'
ring- a I on, obstetrical practico Ctorty-founr
years; -1 1. ::eve'r known It t9 fall topo
duc a safe and cuick deli e' -.
H. J. flOLMES. M.- .. Atlntad a.
Sen.d for our Treatise on -'Health and hlappi.
ness on woman." mailed free.
lir.DPMaD RutglJIA?oa Co., Atlanta, Ga,
i ta L4
lyve iceeive i notir9 aniii so have ye
that cool weather has come to sta
rs. at this late date, a relapse to so,
mer again is scarcely possible. The
is no excuse. therefore, for farth
delay in the purche.se of
The time to purchase is at omh
while the stoek is comnp t:ei siz+
and forl severa;l r1 a sonic I 1ake t1
reonest to call at once.
irst of these is. that of bei
properly dressed frm the v-ry t
ginning of the season, instead of t
]a! ter part of it only. The next is
having. a full stock to s:"leet fro
ir,st.-al of <e fromn which wise fol
have i:k-ii 1i st. pick. And, la..tly, t
advai:tages of plenaty of timec and t
divide d attention in m:aking your-i
Althongh I have been ready
weeks past, with the largest a
most complete stock of
ever placed on these counters, t!
is the first opportinity allowed i
by the weatber to consistently i
nounce wy opening. A delay, 1-c
erer, that has impr:ovedA rather th
immdrLied this assortmient, since
ha:s given mne time to Cnd room a
make improvements. I c;Ln saf<
say that my stock is superior to a
in the city, and far ahead of a
stock kept by this house in the pa
Give me a call and you will see ti
what I say is correct.
11. L. KINARD,
Nov 10 Colum'bia, S. C.
IN CLUB wIT'I
I te- oblt t2famlyt. maazn inav Anir
adt conc eedbthe phand pubm e o to
as tits uateo droably coe r' te sar
areao atn~ smrcan pulicatin, Ithat
beig1fu- in eve 'ry-h'-~ clizdcnryu
the sun., to5 wilumrkhe uistvGh ci
while thie. an i is curopeta it i
rnt t ecl in ex-elncei vry!p
meit ofything e is th- prvof ity
iupin atratiees, naltad ofuan
lanter patazfit ne,l.she forte is
pice. -nh Slagzlnetockrin 1s*5,-wtllre
r000ii T-ag or frein, e-ihistingo
tis.Nve b1 is, Rmace. Ankeatche, Poe
Hitagy. iofpie,ty ofthe e:- d ma
Diil-s Ltention -n mrsaking ..ur
Aloough - aebe ed
wees op ast, wimtic th d fareit.
mo50 copagete statin Faof si c
eaed lacead onwhe,- co '.rs
i0 pahes irstrating Fancy-wr ai o
ablac the whirto .o~stn
nopacesW opelitg. A ely...
besles thllutat iono ueod terti
fltand s.oris a~rnet ic
Eachgve subsce ti!ue aowend roo ma
eleineac impoent . a"Fliz Cnt Paf
saytt mfay dsoi uprdior the
,in, th u r cityt;n fathead oftern
storth koep bya this hoice i the aaz
Gie mei cll al- rsnt ou evely see rib
expralsy rtis Magare.
abov o1e beng lmit th leSe. C
Csti*ondes edrrl Schziedunle.a
the lai1nF aijy. Dfaal. Decal,
th. win. ingt.. il mu0 A.e i. v-00 P. M. 0 0
Lv.~ M.ain....1 a0d it 'is0 ns4 1h2 i5t.
Arrn:ive Fece..1155 ciec 11 40 "y (30
Cnolumb tia~ p"lae for th"
StOi~~ Noels R'Notc. 45. ce, o
iv. ibp.s, b.. ebctma
w rites so.tanei- r ...e.Ob~
LDvialor, ens on 10 essP.ng,
L0. L. eea Rw.12 es besdee.s
tioti o~ a~.hons.dot N.st . and No. i
50 age ilusratng 'a~y.or 95inao
TrinNo. illtas tionsofHuCOdTtr
an' o. ad4 tp nya rni
Ewh ubcibM ae Waf enanlow.4 tai Btnl
veeii te a y chunlt.ftlo :.n. Fll e t We
Ptiern" Caydes.ne inln. stver.nth
C.& . .i .C . &ihu A.XlT R.t the. psat ns
.Junti or -, an tl c p ice beofnt, h nld t:
.We 4w iht ni-'-xpresett vi, u~rb
c(iclrated Pictuae leeprs Lover"savenr
andes for -thi a on.zn.
Pser.e tronie 4with tke 48 trin frm i
tor,-eas herelumbia,o Amut aGort
Aove oras osi bein wledoen haletonr.
T. P M RO. 0.n' Pack AoHt.
Burrel . Daine )ai
-v. :Marin.be fon : my abo no~ 5
Arrihe elore.l5 " b1li40Chureb.
C d oldi 0unur 40 s u
Ty AwIneS Uis poolble.1
': .e ab - i. 45. v M.- 4 i.rNt.
Wor. a bheetoyre prmly~ dal
Ad eiveredc- Ieoriigtopry
POLLARD & R
Cotton Factors and Cor
No. 73 1 Ryoids Strce, Al
:11nt.a1turer an:.d; . Genlt ral Aget l'ci i (
100 Tairbt.ks Standard Scalhs,
100 Thomn. Smoothing Harrows,
1CO Acm.; Pulv,rizero and Clod Crushers,
100 ep--rs, Diterent Makes and Styles, (sin
2 Hubbard Gianers and Binders, (Indepeni
25 Threshers and Separators, (various sizes a
25 Watertown Steam Engines. (all sizes all s
20 C. & G. Cooper & Ca. Steam Engines, (all.,
10 Oneida Steamr Engines, (all sizes and styl
75 Smith's Hand-Power Cotton and Hay Pref
50 Pollard Champion Girs. Faeders and Oond
25 Neblett & Godrich IXL Cotton Gins at d2
10 :< bl-tt & :drich second-had: IXL Cott
5 Kreible Ezins
WOOD WAOlKING MAli "NERi
-:.iiLL,:. d:: SU L 1
O::U 7lit Ga Eng :e-, .11am:C,,k I)
M1lburn Itlli 1;r ra-'; Gi:1, ]FeeI-r amlt
C( a.-rs. N'.oell (ottonm S'.ed iTulie
Cotton l're-s. Siaitlig. , Pi ii:p, awl111
Fi tti-. ete. Blrig.
.. COTTON MILL SUPPI
A i :11 line of 3J:tehi:nerv of all ki:nd: i
examine before pirch: =ig. 111and save morn
re Send for cata' ,urs. Correspondence s
Pollard & ?obertson, 731 F
W. T. GATLLIART>, Ag1
he --- s 2 - 3 2,:x . .. ..
he U AOO. tJAUii.LU
i. 12O M ain Street. -
ALWAYS ON II
e Ladies and Gtents I
an RTMS S
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Char:eston and Columbia and
Upper Siuh Carolina.
Wilmintgton, N. C. Oct. 6, 188I.
p. GOING W~EST.I
~. Leave Charleston, - .0 arm M.
"o La: , - - 840 a in i
of " Colummbim. - :.0a .
he " Wi:znsboro, - 2.3 P m
" Cheter-. - - 3 345 p m "
" Yorkville. -- - 2 p m w
" Laneaeter; - .- p m di
" Roc Hill, - -50) p m v
irArrive Newberrys. S. C. - . p m a
" Greenwood, - - 5.09~ p mn n
La rt-ni, - . p m
be " An'ri, - - .pm
Greeniville. - - 6.05 p mi nt
oD " Walmalla, - - '7.0.. p m -
Oer " Abbe!ville, - - 4-5 p mn
"~l Spa rtanburg', - .70 p rnm
v-t. " Hender'i-onville. N. C., 9.!)i p mn
SLeave Hlendron~ville, N. C., 8.00) a mn
>n- "' Spartamnhmrg, - - 10.53 a 3m
" Ahbbeville. - - 11 < 0 a mn
: Walhalla, - - s.:0 a mn
'neI " Gree uville, - - 0.50 a m
desud Anderson, - - 10. inm
" Taurexns, - - ;.4h a m of
rip- " Greenwood, - - - 12.:8 p mn Ic
" Newherry, - - .02 p mn M
rs' " Charlotte. N. C., - 1.3 0 P m "
>rs, *-Rock Hi!!, - - '-.0) y, m A
" Lancaster, - - 0.0 -a mn
" 'Yorkvlle, - - 1.0:3 p mn
''" Chmeiter, - - 2.44 p mn
ore '' Wi,nnsboro, - - m.4 ym
e a "6 Columbia, -- - 5.3- pm
prArrive Sumter, - --05
sig 4 Lans, - - 8.03 p m
are " Charl.eston. - - 0.4' p m
r't Solid rains betwveeni Char'eatoui and
It'S Col umbia.
red J ,. F. DmVNE,.
ab. General SuperinteudinUt.-~
1-' T. 3f. EMERSoN.
iii,. General Passenge~r Agut .m
The GeorgIa Pacific Raiway..
.New Naort Line Via
~- Atlanta Ga, & Birimingham Ala,
-T0 POINTS IN
SAlabama, Mississippi, Louisinam. Ark
Iansa.*, Texna atnd the West and Noirth
The favorite to the
Commoncing Dec. 1st.. 'S84.
x. Double Dai!y Trains-with Eleganift
-Sleeping Cars attached-for which the
-?' low rate oi 81 for ench section is char
ged. The lowest Sleeping Car rates
in the L~nited States.
SBerth-. secured 10 days in advance.
- "' See that your ticket.a read frm e
- Atlanta via The Georgia Pacifie R il
waty and Birminghamn, Ala.
:M. For further information wrie to or
c.. all on L . .TIFTT
LS.BIROWN. AE.S OWE T
Gusm Paw.. A,i. Tramveluin-. i'ia-r Agt
ljiminah-i.n Ala. AIani ,, Ga
- T[. Y. SAGl.:, caan Sinp't
jy tf Birmningbmr., Ala.
One 11f the 1'et institumtions in the
ited Sitat elbsiestas
.ed withral CNflb-ga mon'y. Boar in
ciy (bnp.~ Tins~ req j:uired :~ . 41 m.~
letionl of ,?inrt, in1 a satisfactory man
fner. Senmd for eireular. ;-ep 18~ ly
- .e~~~~a~t im~izinme. sa ca01ut11? r.e.^Pint
ssolutely sure. No risk. Capitmai Uot
- pJjrequired. Re-ader, if you want busi-:
- nle5s at which persons of eithme- sex,;
. qonng or old, can make great pay all the~
e. I me they work, with abaolute certainty.
' wrta or artonara o H. HaUett ? Co., I
r .F tF;ll in3I Machinucrv. Con- t
,le or combined.)
nd styles) L
izes and stylas)
00 pe st.
> at 0 per saw, in good order,
(ai k.n1) 'LOUR & CORN
[ACH 'TE Y.
CU: :nr. Car-;-e-. S-edl Cottonu
I :! Stegra t.4 'Colils Powe.r
li:m::.-r . St(:un and Water Pipes.
Js A SPECIALTY.
=toek -d for sale low. Call and
olcite"d fand promptly attended to.
eynrids St., Augusta Ga.
Colmuia. S. C.. ,
AN) A FUT L
T CASH. I
.A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN
ON THE LOSS OF
Lecture on the Nature Treatment and Bad
Li cure of Seminal Weakness or Spermator
ms. induced by Self-abuse, Inveiuntary
aions, Impotency. Nervous Debility and
ieditneats to Marriage generally; Con
inpt inn. E pfiepsy andTits: Mental. and Phys
.1 incapacity, &c..- bay Robert J1. CulverwelL,
nhe world-renowned author. in this adlmira
-Lectur e. clearly proves from his Own ex
rience, that the awfVul confsegnenfces of self
use may be eTe.tually remuoved wit,bout
nigerous suxrgical operations. bougies, in
-urnents. rigs or cordials; pointing out a
(de of cure at on.ce et rtain and etrctual. by
tich A.very safferer, no w.atter what his con
ion m.ay be, mnay cure hineself cheaply, pri
ctel ani iadicallv.
W T his Lecture cill rorec a btoon to thous
de andl itsandd.
ent under s'al, in a plain envelope, to
y' adidress, po-t-paid, on rece?pt of . fur
2ts or two postau.e stanLps. .Addres
TilE CULVERtWELL MdEDICAL CO.,
I Ann Street, New' York, N. Y. Pot OffBee
x a Ojuly-ly
STATE~ OF' 60UTH CAROLINA. 1
)'101-I1:T.its CaMPTroLLERt OENERAL. i
[ ee'rt.ify that Frelerick Werbe.r. .1 r..
N ewberrv. Agentt of the Co,ineet
it F ire insuiranca.e Comnyii an~d The
hiedi1t w ith the requisitions of the
:t of the General Assembly entitled
ulsto Reguhua mhe Agencies
Inssur':;:eo. Compii';sa not . in cor
, te.! in thet .S!ate of South Caro-.
m..":a4t I hereby li ciusa the said Fred
lerWerr .1 r., Agt. as afCoresaiid. to
ae rhik,i. ad ttt rausaet all bu;sines.< of
sutra:nce in thi< Stamd. in~ the Couty
New' I,erry for andi - in behaaf of' said
myniets-Exira' March 31lat. 1885S.
W. E. SrONE~Y.
.Ve ate still writing Iusuraues 6on (1e
:tble prayperty oif tall kinds la, Town,
J County, itt the old, strongi s.d relin.
ienpooi &t London & Globce .Ti
os. Cen'nyaj'ry of' NVort A erica,
The comn aed CaipituIal A"-ets of
imDpanties inl our algeney, foots uip
No guess work. have tigures to show.
you want positive il:Lance againlst
-s. wet will I.e plC:ease to write it for
Gin ITaone rlsks taken with either
uam. water or horste po'ver.
S. P. BOOZERl& ON
Sept 21 tf Agents.
C- - r
* s- =- - ..--s -
aiD 'W* a
o!Itmi,: & Greenville isaread,
P.1SSENG Ei DEPARTMENT.
CutU rUlA, S. C., October 5, 1884.
Oa and :ter Monday, October 5, 1884. the
A SEN G ER TItAI S will run as herewith in
icated upon this road and its branchee
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
eave S. C. -Iunction - - 10.45 a to
- Culu)ubis, C. G. Depot 11.iua i
.rrive Alston, - - - - 12.10 p to
" Newberry. - - - - 1.13 p m
" Ninety-Six, D - - - 2.30 p m
" Hodges, - - 3 33 y .
Belton, - - - - 440 p in
rrive Greenville. - - - - 1; ti5 p t
No. 52. DOWN PASSEN( E}:.
eave (ire?nville, - - - 9..; a mn
rr:ve Belt,u. - - - 11.1.; i iL.
4 iodges, - - 122.; p wn
" Ninety-.ix. D - - - 1.12 p in
" Newberry, - - - 3u- p
4 Aiton, - - - 4.1') p nI
rCo,umia,; C. & G. 1)epot - &.15 s in
.rrtve S. C. .Junction. - - - - - 5.3u p in
ARTA.NEUnEi. CNION : COLUMBIA SAILLOAD.
Ao.53 UP PASSEN(ER.
eave A;sion. - - - - 12.25 p mo
,rrive: Jtrother, - - - - 1.15 p in
She.ton. - - - - 1.55 s m
" Sant:c.-, - - - - 3--- p iii
Uiiuo, I) - - :3.4u p ri
"" onue vii.e, - - - 4.38S y Il
Lrrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. 1). 5.56 p iu
"4 '- 1. & D. D. - 6 y m
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
.eave Spartauburg, R. & L. Depot, H 103- a to
Spartsuburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 10.5Ua m
Irivt JureSville, - - - 11 501a at
"" Union. I) - - - 12.35 y m -
Santuc. - - - 1..3 p m
" Shelton, - - - 2 08 p m
" Strotlier, - - - 2.45 p m
\rrive at Alston. - . - 3 40 p m
LAIYtl)tb aiLWA .
eave New berry. - - - 8.401, m
trrive L:iureas C. H.. - - 6.5 " p i
.ave .auit-,, C. i., - - 7 40 a in
rrive New berry. - - 1100 a1m
.eave lI;uu;es. - - 3.45 p in
rrive at Aubeviile. - - - 4 4- p In
.eave Abbevi:ie, - - - - 1l.w- a In
trrive at iIuges, - - - - .12.00 p m
BLtt EILIDO1 iAILtOA AN) ANVERbON
.,ve .1tOn 4.45 p i
1rrive Andeirso - . 51- p in
6 Pendleton 5.56 p m
.eave Seneca S. 6.40 p m
\rrive +'siball: 7.3 p at
,eave Wilh:ala, - - 5.50 a as:
trrice' Se:,eca C, . - 9.15 a n
'" Pendleton. - - 952 a m
Anderson, - - 10.83 a in
rrive at Belton, - - 11.05 a. m
FREIGHT, PASSENGER COACI ATTACHED.
,eave Belton (.15 a M.
" Williamston 7.05 a m
Pelzer 7.:3 a ms
Pirilmont 8.15 a in
\rrive Green'"ille 9.10 a in
,eave Greenville 3.00 p in
Piedmont 4.10 p m
Pelzer 5.17 p m
Williamston 540 p in
rrivo Relton 6.20 p in
(;;ose connection is now made at Seneca
vi.h t. & 1). R. Rt. for Atlanta anti beyond.
. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
3. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
With A. & C. Div. R. & D. B. B., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., B. & D. R. R., from At..
lanta and beyond.
. With-A. & C. Div., E. & D. E. E., :rom all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Columbia and Aupsta
Railroad for Wilmington and the2!orth.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the-North.
a.- With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad.
a. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. B. E., from
Charlotte and beyond.
G. R. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
D CanDwaLL. Ass't General Passenger Agt..
olumbia. S. C.
.shevlle and Spartatibrg Eailroad...
SPARTANCBURG. s C.. afj 12,~ 1884.
(On and after Monday. May -19st,'18'4,
passenger trains wUi bie rutn daily (Sundays
excepted) between Spartaunburg and Hen.
lesonsville. as follo'ws:
Leave R. & D. Depot att Spa.stanburg.8.00 p in
rriveat Henderson. vi..........--930pni
Leave Heersonnii.............n.. 8.00 a in
.rrve R. & D..Depot. Spartanburg .11.30 p in
Both trains mnako connecotions for Column.
b(i, andI Charleston via Spartanbu '. Union
a,nd Coluso t.ia s,r.d A tla.nta and Cha Otte by
Abs KIr.n. JAMES AND SON.
_out aroia RiwyCmay
erm.Ctt MNAY C.s,is,a
0.A asne ris-9rna
cos Eatr tie
TO Am aMCAR.so
ST (DALY). 1- S3,a
2o A~P go CHAaDEO.
:ggT(AS,T E(CTA UDAY.
Depart Col iUbiBat..43 a.ms 5.27 p ni
Due Clandetn, .. 12 -i9- p m 8.25 p m
WaT DAL\ ( TDAiL DAY
Depat (lamden,o...--'7.5 in m l4 P: p
Dngeo2lba......,l..0 ai p .29 pin
E.g 1Asir (XILT U- DA.
Peprt(Colrsbia.7--- Ain 27
bg uguatanbi... ...1.0 am 0.2i
D,part Augus.ta...,...8.50 p Dl
'e Columbia........9.22 p m
aad4e at Columnbia wis.hCoumnbia aba Green
yilaaiRoad by train asriving it.l.00A.M.,
and eparting at 5.37 P. M. At Columibia
,unction with Charlotte, Columbia and An..
gusta Rail Road by game train to and from
all points on both road*.
Pase&ngerr. by theae tra.ins take Breakfast
and Supper at Birahohville.
At Cgrleston with Steamers forN~owYork;
and on Tuesdays and Fddcays with steamner
for Jacksanville andpoits on the St. John's
River; also with Charleston and Savannah
a~iroad to and from Savannah and all
points in Florida..
At Ag;asy witb Georgia and' Central
Railroad' s to and frtom all pointa West and
out, 'A t ir,olevillt to ant. from points on
Bar- srell Riairoad. Thiroughs tiok.ets can be
p ked.t9 all poinita SothI and West, by
D.-li EEN.nt. Columbia.
JOHN M. P ECK. tsoneral Manager.
D. C. .ALLEI, Gen.Pass. and Ticket Agt.
Iier, 1(diE or 901Ball Trouble.
Sm ntome:XIpure blood,eostive bowels,
lrregu lar apJpetitu, sour bel:ching, pains in
si.e. back and heart, j'g w urine, burning
rhen urinating, clay-e stools. 'aud
breath,-no desire for wor . phille. levers.
rritabiity,- whitish tongue. iry .oough,
ilzzy head. with dull pain in back part, toes
f memory. foggy sight. For these troubles
SWAYE'S PILLS" are a sureC1~ Box.
. Pills), by mail. 25 ets.. 5 for $1. Ad.
ra. DR. SWAYNi; & SON, Phila44.fa
ol.i by Druggists. . Jas. S4 7y
ONDON HAIR RESTORER-GREAT ENGLIU
rollet Article. Restores growth. color.
floss, and soZtnsUs. Removes Dazadrnt.
ristoratiO famdlis or Great Britian en.
lorae it Elegant dressing. Fragrantl7
erfudai. The favorite of fashion. A.
Nrugi,ta ror 3wlid. or 75 eits. in Uf. '.
-, Jan, 24-1y.
-? p -.r.-a.c.Ie riofra
-. . '.l.... . rrrt-r.rLw I,pbo
lie-e. A rire. I=:itute.0 1. Loane - e
- e. it . ?sat13 sycusary, a sM9U.
TEE GREATEST AND TBE BEST:
The L:rge Rouble i1eekly,
Krlig ious and Neenlar
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MORSE AND CATTLE PO
No0 Hna will die of "CorIc, Bo're :. ' a
rzs, if Fourzs Powders are umedia ei .: 4e"
Foutz's Powderwillcure andprevent -
Fotz a Powders will prevent Gas -
Foutz's Powders will increase the Qa- .2
and crem twenty per cent., and make the 4)r.
and sweet. R
Fontz's Powders Will cure or revent
Dis'-. sa to w hieh Horses and Cleare"snbje
Forrz's Pcwnsn3a wu.n orQS SarUaasc;tZ
Sold everywhere, s
DAVID 2. FO'TZZ,Proprietor
y,e0bw S4 i
ed 8 t<- "t.v
WATES AND JAVI
At the-New Store on Hotel 1.
I have now on hand a.1rzge a d eegant;
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEI EAY
Silver and. Plated Ware,
VIOLIN ANI GUITAR. B1RIiGS
E[DDIN AND BIRTHDAY PRESEETS. -
All orders by mail promptly attended se
.Watehmakhig~ aid. Repaiag
Done Cheaply and with Dispetob,
6an an examine :x stoak ad pMIe.
Now. 21 42..4f.
$18 FOR $10.
$20 FOR $15. . .
LUIrt OE WALTEAI( WA1CE
EVEBY WATCK WAE4TED
?0?E Th7TI'LA3B W3ZTh e
8P~MORHA -~ -
g2'Toaoo f0| over I
rears 4oso in that'4
Or depositthat amlont witht ji.
DUTTON & C(:, Bankrs aie
ville, Fla., sulbject to. ,ag or4ler, ad -
I will return to jou an U. S.. QGy
ernment Ti!ge $
Florlda L AND
NO SW AMP7
Ea4ch entry . personally: in.peced,
Refer to Rey, . A, Sligh, ani4 Lg
Wheeler & Mosely, Prosperity, 8;S
Sligh, Sumter Co.,