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WORDS OF WISDOM.
'Tis but a short journey across the
isthmus of Now.-Boree.
The greatest of faults is to be con
cious of none.-Carlyle.
Presumption is our natural and
and original disease.-Montaigne.
What we learn with pleasure we
never forget.-Alfred Mercien.
The heart has always the pardon
ing power.-Madawm Suetshine.
Enjoy present pleasure in such
away as not to injure future ones.
Pitch up,Dn the best course in life,
and custom will render it tbe most
Give what you have. To some one
it may be better than you dare to
The innocence of the intention
abates nothing of the mischief of the
Any man who puts his life in peril
in a cause which is esteemed, be
comes the darling of all men.-Em
There is nothing as sweet as duty,
and all the best pleasures of life come
in the wake of duties done.-Jean
Have a purpose in life, and having
it, throw into your work sch
strength of mind and muscle as God
has given you.-Carlyle.
On the diftasion of education
among the people rests the preserva
tion and perpetuation of our free in
In the man whose childhood has
known caresses there is always a fibre
of memory that can be touched to
gentle issues.-G,irge Eliot.
Things look dim to old folks: they
need have some young eyes about
'em know the world's the same as it
used to be.-George Eliot.
Every man who rises above the
common level receives two educations.
The first from his instructors. the se
cond, the most personal and impor
tant, from himself.-Gibbon.
Those, though in highest place,
who slight and disoblige their friends
shall in fallibly come to know the
value of them, by hr.ving none when
S they shall most need them.-Southz. 4
of use; and whatever we may heap
up to give to otbers, we enjoy only
as much as we can use, and no more.
Every schoiar should acquain t him
self with a suped~icial scheme of all
the sciences, yet there is no ::ecessi
ty for every man of learning to enter
into their difficu ties and deep reces
It depends upon the mood ofa
man whether he sees the sunsets anld
there is always genius, but only few
hours so serene that we can relish na
ture or criticism.-Selected.
We should do nothing inconsis
tent with the spirit and genius of
our institutions. We should do noth
ing for reveng", but everything for
security; nothing for the past, every
thing for the present and the futnre.
Let not any one say that he can
not govern his pasions nor hinder
them from breaking ont and carrying
him to action ; for what he can do be
fore a princ~e or a great man he can
do alone, or in the presence of God,
if he will.-Locke.
Over the triple door ways of an Ital
ian cathiedral there are three inscrip
tions spanning the ~ splendid arches :
Over one is carved a beautiful wreath
of roses, and underneath the legend."
"All that pleases is~ but for a mo
mient.' Over the other is sculptur
edl a cioss, and there are the words.
-'All that troubles is but for a mo
ment.'' iBt underneath the main
areb is the inscription. "That only is
important which is eternal."t
H-fow to Keep Cider Sweet.
Pure sweet cider that is arrested
in the process of' fermentation before
it becom es acetic acid or even alco
hioL a,"d with carbonic acid gas w~ork
e'd out, is one of the most delightful
bieverages. The Farm. Field and
Fireside recommends the following
scientihic method of' treating cider to
preserve its sweetness. When the]
saccharinte matters by f'ermentation
are being converted to alcohol, if a
bent tube be inserted air tight into
the bune', with the other end into a
pail of water, to allow the carbonic
acid gas evolved to pass off with
out admitting any air into the bre ,
a hieverage will be ob)tained that is a
fit nector for the gods. A handy
way is to fill y'our cask nearly- up to
faucet when the cask is rolled so the
bung is down. Get a common rub
ber tube and slip it over the end of'
the plug in the faucet. with the other
end in the pail. Then turn the plug
so that the cider can hav'e comnmuni
cation with the pail. A fter the water
ceases to bubble, bottle o,r store
WIT AND HUMOR.
They eat 300,000 bakers' pies every
day in Chicago. which ace unts in
part for the tough character of the
A dentist in a Western city is nam
ed Leggo. As an usual thing. how
ever. he will not do so until it is out.
A bar in the river and a bar on
shore have the same name. because
water is scarce in both places.-Mer
There is said to be one lawyer in
heaven. He must be there as his own
counsel to argue a stay of proceed
ings.-St. Paul Ierald.
When you see a counterfeit coin
on the sidewalk, always pick it up.
You are liable to arrest if you try to
You c .n no more count the queer
notions in a pretty girl's head than
you can the kinks in the rim of her
sutumer hat.-Daeille Breeze.
Why is a good speller in a cl.ss of
school chiLir;n like a glass of cham
pagne ! Because they both go to the
head.-Burlin"?ton Free Press.
A school journal advises, "Make
the school intensely interesting."
That's what the small boy tries to do
the best of his ability.-Burlington
A Boston man is trying to obtain
a divorce from his wife on the ground
that she cannot make good coffee.
On coffee grounds as it were.-The
"The Pilgrim Fathers! Where at e they?"
The shouting school boy said,
While the sleepy boy in the corner said :
"I think they must be dead !"
"Happy the man whose bride has
many needle marks on her fingers."
This doesn't follow. Perhaps she
has just completed a crazy quilt.
New York Graphic.
A thoughtful mind can find fodder
for mnch rumination in the announce
ment that seventy-two per cent. of
the bald-beaded men of this country
ire married.-Chicago Ledger.
A bt oker whose sweetleart's father
>wns one of those purps whose
nouth resembles an open valise,
ade a quiet call one evening. A
>u11 movement followed, causing a
rapid advance.-Pittsburg Telegraph.
Boots are seldom worn in the even
ng and undressed kid is the favorite
naterial for slippers, says a fashiona
,le journal. I t may be added that
ippers ar-e not a favorite material
ith the undressed kid.-The Hatch
Men sometimes recover from the
~ffects of lockjaw, but with women it
3 lwyfaal. It is not so much the
anger of the disease, great as that
. It is the mortification of not be
g aible to speak that kills.-Snar
"To clean the teeth use a mixture
f emery and sweet oil, following it
ith plenty of kerosene." Tbis
oald seem to be queer- advice. bnt
sit is taken from a machinists' mag
zine. and from a chapter r-elating to
~irlar- saws, we have ao doubt it is
fiven in good faith.-Boston Post.
Among the names of new post of
ices are~ found Sarab. Ethel. Edithb,
'iolet, Eve, May and Hlypatia. Tbe
~feminate weakness of suchb nomen
mlatures is so far from gr-atifying that
t is even pleasant to see it offset by
ch names as Onion, Wildcat, and
~Vayback, which are said to have been
onferred on three Southern post
ifices.- Chicago Times.
"Oar old fr iend Cook is dead. The
apers states that he died surround
d by a large number of friends and
elatives. Wonder what he died
ith r' '-Don't the paper tell r" "Not
hat I can discover.'' "Why you
ust read it. 'He died surrounded
ya large number of friends and rel
tivee.' You see they crowded him
,o that he couldn't get any air and
,nd he had to die. It's a case of
Assocate .Justice Melver and Col.
. W. Edwa:ds are very able men,
t they do not use the gift. of con
Lensat ion if they have it. We do not
eclieve their elaborate arguments of
he free-tuition-in-the-college question
mave changed the~ opinion or a dozen
u*-n in the State, one way or- the
)thri. Not one person in a hundred
mas the time to read them, not one
ifth of tbose who have the time have
.he patience, half of those who have
ime and patience lack the intellectual
bility to compr-ehend the delicate
oints of the elaborate arguments,
d of thost who have all the qualifi
ions for reading and understanding,
nine-tenths have their ideas immova
1y fixed. The first half fool news
paper man who borrows the ideas of
ne or the other of the di,tinguished
:ontroversialists and puts them into
a dozen crisp, uncouth sentences, will
rcomplish mor-e than all the ponder
us and polished articles published
by our esteemed cotemporarv.
One thing is certain. There is
doubt enough of the meaning of the
words "free and open" to allow the
legislatur-e to interpret them either
vay. The discussion has knocked
the substance out of the idea that
tuition can not he charged at the col
lege without directly violating the
But after all, the wvill of the people
is the supreme law. The best and
quickest way to ascertain that is for
the opponents of free tuition to con
centrate on a candidate for governor
and for-ce the fight in the deniccratic
If von :ic losinz your grip on lifet, try "Wells'
Health Renewer." Goes direct to weak >pots
"Rcugh on Piles."
Cures ',:e- or Hemorrhoids, Itching, Pro
truding, Bh-eding, Internal or other. Internal
and External I:cmedv in e::ch package. Sure
cure, 50c. D)rn,gi. s.
Ladie.. who wcu!d retain freshness and viv
acity, don't fail to try "Wells' Ilealth ilenew
"Rough o:t Itch."
"Rought on Itch" cures humors, eruption-.
ringworm, tetter, salt rtcum, frosted feet and
"Rough on Catarrh."
Corrects offensive odors at once Complete
cure of worst chronic cases, al-u unrqualed a,
gargle for Diptheria. Sure l'troat, and Foul
The Hope of the Nation.
Children, slow in deveh"ptnent. puny,
scrawny and delic.te, use "Wells' Ilath l
Catarih of the Bladder.
Stingin~, irritation, infltmmation, all Kid
ney and Urinary complaints, cured by "Buch u
"Water Bugs, Roaches."
"Rough onil-'" Ceears them out, :is, Bee
"Bough on Rats."
Clears our rats, mice, roaches, flies, ans and
Palpita-ion, Drups:cal Swellings, )izines-,
Indigestion, Headache, Sleeptessne-s cured by
"'Wels' Ilealth Recnewer."
"Rough on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rou.h on Corns." 15 ets.
Quick couplete cure. Hard or soft corn', u arts,
Quick, complete cure, all Kidner, Bladder
and Urinary Diseases, Scalding, Irritation,
Stone, Gravel, Catarih o the Bladder. $1,
Flies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats. mice.
gophers, chipmunks, cleared away on "Rough
on Rats." 15c.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and
vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexual De
"Rough on Pain."
Cures cholera, colic, cramps, diarrhet, aches
pains, sprains, headache, neuralgia, rheuma
tism. 20c Rough on Pain Plasters, 15c.
If you are failing. broken, worn out and
nervous, use "Wells' health Renewer." 51.
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
-And Under the Figure of
P. ROBERTBON, Proprietor,
XJeNo Liquors of arny
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPO UND
ED AT ALL HOURS OF
TIIEDAY OR NIGHT BY
Sept 1137 tf
We now announce that otur stock of
CLOT H ING
Men, Youths. Boys and Ghildren,
I8 NOW COMPLETE,
and we think UNSURPASSED) ini
anything that tends to constitute
A First-Class Stock
Our line of
was never MORE HANDSOME.
are a dlecided improvement on any
thing we have ever been able to get.
Special attention given to the se
lection of Youths' and Boys' Goods.
No doubt every mother will be grat
ified at the improvement in this
We claim to sell the
for the amount charged. and no one
will doubt the asse-rt ion when a
comparison is made. Indeed, our
whole line of FurnishingGoods was
Never So Good as Now,
and in every instance we will give
as full value for the amount invest
ed as any other house can afford to
do, and we guarantee satisfaction.
WRIGHT & I.W. COPPOCK,
In Front of Court IIouse,
Oct 9 41 Newberr-y, S. C.I
"E E T
WE WILL KEEP ON HAND
Ice sutticient to suphply rte town-i of
Nw betrry* and tihe surroundinig coun ry.
THE ICE CART
will go~ around the town mrorning anrd
evening. Persons riot reguliair cuist omers
should listen for the bell anrd stop~ thei
Cart anrd hatve their orders filled.
Ice will be Shipped
to all poinits ont tire railro~ads. Also for
Refrigerators, Freezers, &c
[ %fl )n
-mu r nt ti.er i ut t ,; rl-p)o-e of . c k n! h:ul:l l? prict. that n 1U: mov tue
Gowls. We take i u:i e. The ;r.ti}al d.e ite :1: Co ton and n oulen gotd- ia=
reactoed th:.t noim 1 we o a to nn- f:-torit di St are withunt muchgam.
To-iiorr w'' wil: nil-: 20.00 y:-rd- DOC at pric nit
lie:;:rd of ina this n,arkt.
W e ill o eli th r c : t 1 , v : : ., Il 11 U R G E D G IN G an d 1IN -
SERTING :: a i Skirt P:t rr -. at l littl r haif their v::lue.
Anouith.-r lot of J 1 I> 3 3, in oo:l col.>rs : L:>t No. I. at .*. v r yar
!ot No. :. at 10e. per yard: worh1 good de::I or m lni;:.
(i0 pieces GINGIIAM3S. worth 1Ut., thais week a: 1e.
See our I:cw -t1a in .1ERSEY JACKETS.
2 ease-, SC i:CMOUR N ING CALIC'. Ut 53.. redcilel from t.e.
I ens ENG(. iS!! ("1RE'T'ON. worth i8 now at: 1.
i\lav ue v. ill oil'.-.:. -
at l,zlet,t::~ tP TBL b1 L ail: u'l!3e,
7 ic, T':blc" Lit:en, worth!:i -:.".. for. I.e. .I piecesT abe L en oth 3..
fttr 2:c. _ p i a i. ,ot i e. . 5 e Red al mask
T ,i--- :naul Weu:e.lay t o 100 d oz.. Towel at 2-e.. wor-th
33c. T his i.- t: le v- alue w I:::e : ver ol,iret in a T ow el. O mr entire stock of
liue D:ilies at mt:utUit i'er coz . See our fine Linen Napkins at $1.5 . worth :2.25
We will selli11 sayav eventi!_ ;;0U L:tlie- iIats at :2C. each, worth 2ac.
:;00 p:lir L:160-' C:t'- at e. :, pair. EanT i w!}" e will add
And strangers viliting our c'ty should not fail to see the inducements c,iered
by Min1at1gh1. with plenty of capital and varied experience, and ever alive to the
iitterests of tlhe people. Wre holl a positio:l secolad to ntne in the State to supply
their daily wants in our' various departmei:s.
SEE OUR HOSIERY SALE ON TUESDAY.
We ol1'er all sizes in Mis-es' Ilo-ierv. worth 40 and 50 cents. at 25 ecents a pair.
Don't fail to see our FIFT Y-CENT CORSET, whether you buy
or not. 2 Cases Fruit of the Loom, One Yard Wide, at I' cents. 1 Case Lonsdale
Shirting One Yard Wide, at 7.1 ceit'. 20 Pieces C:mtbrie at 10c., Worth 12 ets.
See the Inducements Oflired in II:anldker!hiefs this Week. 100 Dozen Kerr's Spool
Cotton at 4Sc. 5') Fine Parasols. the Balance of Stock on IIand, at Less than the
Cost to make.
OUR CLOTHING ROOM
s one of the nmist complete in the State. Every ltdpartncnt a ci -d it attention,
and our daily itcreasing bttsines, in the roon lhows tlh a" ippreciaton 01 tie leople.
J. L. 3IIMNAJLUGH & CO., Columbia, S. C.
ABIG H10 I
THOSE WHO WISH TO BUY
CLTIG SB OHS lAND HATS
CHEAP FOR (ASH LET THEM GO TO
WVE ]ROPOS~E FOR TH-IE NEXT
To Give our Friends and Customers a Chance
to Buy Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices,
Strictly for Cs
Ouir Stock of
CLTIII'IIHR WIIE AH IATS
MUST BE REDUCED.
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
WE HAVE A LINE OF HAND-MADE
Low Cut Shoes
That 'ost from 84 00 to .5.0 w( aahic h we Proapose to '.lase
Out att $3.50 per Pair.
WE lEAN BUSINESS.
CoME and( SEE for YOU RSEiNVES. SPECIA i DRIVE ini
CLOUD & SJIITH,
MAIN STREET, - - NEWBERRY, S. C.
IT STANDS AT THE H]CAD I
- .This Cot shaows the xaew style of W~oodt
-~~ -- Wa-rk this Comiapanay is now introdlucing.
a' ~ ~ Artistiealh-~ B3eautiful.
WIIIU A 1PEEIZ
SOIV . 'll ithc taceat e tta:t
e i ) pt ac it cci DomaeSiit'
T 'hese Attachmnents anad the New woodworkr
aIgt GF EX 'ELIL Ei\CE.
FOR SALE BY
0 II. MUSGROVE,
NEWBERIRY. S. C.
.$e' wV:a tt eat ini ianoccuied. terr:tory.
]~oMESTI( SiEWING 3LACIF! NE CO.,
-- v. Riachmondl. Va.
25 YEARS IN USE.
The Greatest Hedical Triumph of the Age!
Loss ofappetite, Bowels costive, Pain in
the head, with a dull sensation in the
back part, Pain under the shoulder
blade, Fullness after eating, with adis.
inclination to exertion of body ormtind.
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with
a feeling of having neglected some duty,
Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the
Heart. Dots before the eyes, Headache
over the right eye, Restlessness, with
fitful dreams, Highlycolored Urine, and
TUTT'S PIILST are especially adapted
to such cases, one dose effects such a
They Increase the Appette,anddcause the
body to Take on Flesh thus the sytem is
n aourished, and by their 1'onic Act onon
TUTT'S EXTRAGT SARSAPARILLA
Renovates the body, Iakes healthy fesh
strengthens the weak, repairs the wastes of
the system with pure blood and harl muscle;
tones the nervous system, invigorates the
brain, and imparts the vigor of manhood.
$1. Sold by drugzists. .
OFFICE 44 Murray St., New York.
L AND : Ciaimsa specialty. Warrants,
and ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD
ERTIFICATES and all kinds of
,AND SCRIP bought and sold. SUS
ENDED ENTRIES, LAND, PA
'ENT and PENSION cases attended
o. Correspondence solicited. A. A.
'homas, Attorney at Law, Room '2 5 St.
loud Bld'g . ashington.
April 30. 1S-ly.
B. J. RAMAGE & SON
fn one of the new store rooms of Crotwell &
[cCaughrin, a FRESH LINE OF DESIRABLE
3OODS, consisting of among other articles:
,hoice brands of B!cached Good<, Drilling.
3hiriinz, Cottonades, 10; Sheeting, a nice
[uslin, Lonsdalc Cambrics, fAwns, Nainsook,
.inen Table Cloths, Towels and Napkins, La
ies' and Gents' Shoes, Brogans. Please call
aid examine. 5.28-1c.
I. C. SUMMERS,
Wines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Cigars
td Tobacco. Prompt attention paid to
ill orders. I am prepared to furnish
lemijohns, kegs and jugs, and they can
e returned and no charge made for
hiem. J. B. Lanier's celebrated first
ra(1e corn whiskey always on
mand. Al-o will keep in stock a
ill line of the lower grade of goods, to
ether wit It Imported Wines, Brandies,
rins. and all other goods usual to a
rst-class House, which will be sold at
he lowest prices. Orders solicited.
In connection with the Bar I run a
[till supply of family groceries and pro
isions. july 23. 6n
t\' IV T \.0 0'ST Of)FICE
But we do want to sell our stock of
erV. and( W.ooden.ware,
Fru it .Jars and Cans,
SPOT CASH !
Also. we take Cotton Rags and
Bees wax in exchange for goods. We
o all kinds of'
n our shop. such as repairing old
1i-ware and Stoves. Roofing and
Gnttering (done on short notice at
Prics to suit the Timies.
SCOTT & BRO.
I -m NEWBERHIY, S. C.
CHICE FAMILY GROCERIES
PL AN TATION SUPPLIES
We have now in store, Ferris' 1Iume and
Breakfast Strips, C. C. C. Tennessee Hams,
Smoked Beer Hams and Ox Tongue--, Bacon,
Lard and N. 0. Molasse?, Java, Lagoyra ad
Rio Coffees, Finest Green and Oolong Teas,
Sugars of different brands, Kirk's Laundry
oup and other brands. Also, a nice line of
Granireware, Ewers, and Banos, etc., Glass
are. P'itcher's, Goblets, Jelly Tumblers, nice
articles, B. .1. RAMAGE & SON,
528ly. New berry, S. C.
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
The proprietors of this celebrated
ummer resort respectfully announce
that it is open for the reception of
nicsts, and that everything has been
(lone make a visit to it agreeable.
The hotel has been put in good condi
tion, and an attentive retinue of watr
scured, while the table fare is first
lass and1( the best that the markets atf
IIneks are in readiness at Spartanburg
to convey guests to the springs imme
diately on the arrival of the cars.
Speial attention is given to the ship
ent of the water to any part of the
ountry, in or out of the State.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
Jl 9, 28-tf. Proprietors.
U BITE CU RE, gives instant relief, and
drives them away. A ddress
sA LLADE & C~O.8 East 18th St., New York
,iM PRO WED
Is the Ber t con- .acted andI
linishedtirbtin a t he world
It gives bett' percentage
withi part orlfr. gate, and Is
-sold for less money perhorso
Power than any oilher Tur
aphltlJXj 1 i1 YR.P
lAN IL L A ROOFING
Resembles line leather; for ROOFS, OUTSIDE
A L Ls. and INsIDE in place of Plaster. Very
strong and durable. CARPETS and RUGs of
ane material. Catalogue with testimonials
and samples Free. W. It. FAY & CO..
.4t Camden. N. J.
rra week at home. $5.00 outfit free Pay
absolutely sure. No risk. Capital not
required. Reader. if you want busi
ness at which persons of eithec sex,
young or old, can make great pay all the
tme they work, with absolte certainty,
write for particulars to Ii Hanlett & Co.
s, lamd w.anue Nov '#-17.
Columbia & Greenville Railroad
CoLUMBIA. S. C.. July 19.1~.
On and after Sunday. July 19, 1S85. the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its branchea
Daily. except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave S. C. .luuction - - 10.:;0 a in
. Columbia, C. G. Depot 10.55 a in
Arrive Atstonl, - - - - 11.55 p mi
Newberry. . . - - 12-. . r n
" Ninety-Six, D - - - -2.14 p i
Hodges, - - :316 p m
" Belton. - - - . 4.24 p m
Arrive Greenville. - - - - 5 45 p m
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 10.00 a m -
Arrive Belton, - - -- 11.21 a in
" Hodges, - - 12.34 p m
" Ninety-Six, D - - - -123 p m
" Newberry, - - 3. .0 p m
" Alston, - - 4.10 p m
Arrive Columbia. C. &t G. liepot - 5.15 p in
Arrive S. C. Junction. - - - - - 5.30 p in
SPA'TA3BUR0, UNIoN A COLUMBIA RAILROAD. b
No. 63. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston. - - - - 11.5. p m
Arrive Strother, - - - - 1.36 p m (
" Shelton, - . - - 1.02 p m
" Santuc, - - - - - 1.-4 p m
" Union, D - - - 1.5 p m 3
" Jonesville, - - - 2.42 p in
Arrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. 1). 3.27 p in
-' " R.&D.D. - 3.37pm
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER. C
Leave Spartauburg, R. & D. Depot. H 12 05 a m
" Spartanburg, S.U.& C. Depo?.G 12.25a m
Arrive Jonesville, - - - 1.17 a m
" Union. D - - - 1.48 p m
" Santuc, - - - 2.3t p m h
" Shelton, - - - 3 03 p m
" Strother. - - - :3.28 pm
Arrive at Alston. - . - 4005 p m
BLVE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton 4.28 p m
Arrive Anderson - . 5.01 p in
" Pendleton 5 40 p m
Leave Seneca S 6.23 p m
Arrive Walhalfa 6.45 p mn
Leave Walhalla, - - 9.05 a m
Arrive Seneca C, - - 8 0 a m
" Pendleton, - - 9 43 a m
" Anderson, - - 10.27 a m
Arrive at Belton. - - 11.02 a in
Leave Newberry, - - - 3.lSp m
Arrive Laurens C. H.. - - 6. am
Leave Laurens C. H., - - 9.1 p m r
Arrive Newberry, - - !00 a m
Leave Hodges. - - - 3.20 p m
Arrive at Abbeville. - - - 4.20 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 11.25 a m
Arrive at Hoges, - - - - 12.25 p m
Close connection is now madc at Seneca
with It. & D. R. R. for Atlanta and beyo.d.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmin-"ton, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad -rom Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
Wit Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. E. R., from all
points South and West.
D With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilminton, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
0. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
11. With A. & C. Div., E. & D. E. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
G. R. TALCOTT, Snperintendent.
D CA RDwar.L. Ass't General Passenger Ag.
Columbia. S. C.
ATLANTTIC COAST LINTE.
Charleston and Columbia and
UJpper: South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - - -- 7.20 a rn
" Lanes, - - 834 a mi
" Sumiter. - - - 9.33 a mn
Arrve Columibiai. - - 10.40 a mn
" Winnsboro, - - '3.02 p mn
" Chester, - - - 415pim
" Yorkville, - -- 6.05 p ml
" Lancaster, - - .01 p m3
" Rock Hill, - - 4.5Gp m
" Charlotte, N. C., 6.00) p im
"Newberry, S. C., -12.58 p mn
" Greenwood, - - '.52 p m
" Laurens, - - -- 600 p mf
" Anderson, - .01 p~ m
" Greenville, - - 5.45 p m1
" Walhalla, - - 6.45 p mn
" Abbeville, - - 4.20 p m
" Spartanburg, - 3.27 p mn
"Hendersonvdlle, N. C., 7.15 p mi
Leave Hendersonville, N. C., 7.00 p mn
"Spartanburg, - - 12.25 p mn
"A bbeville, - - 11.25 ain
" Walhialla, - - 8.30 a mi
"Greenville, - - 10.00 a m
" Anderson, - - 10.27 a mn
" Laurens, - - 9.10 a in
" Greenwood, - - -- 12.59 p in
" Newberry, - - 3.10 p mn
"Charlotte, N. C., - 1.00 p mn
" Rock Hill, - - 2.02 pm
" Lancaster, - - 7.0, p m
" Yorkville, - - 11.45 p m
" Chester, - - 2.44 p Im
SWinnsboro, - - 3.18 p mn
" Columbia, - - 5.27 p mn
Arrive Sumter, - - - 6.37 p m
" Lanes, - - - 7.38 p mn
" Charleston, - - 9.05 p m
Solid Trainis between Charleston and
Special Baffet Cars attached to this
train. No extra charge for seat in these
ars to passengers holding First Class
J. F. DIvINE,
T. M. EMERSON,
General Passenger Agent.
Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad.
Arrive. Leave. = STATIONS.
b (0 a. n[ledroil.
00 a.i m. 20 ~ Sld,.....
8 20 LnrmI
9 86a .. 0anoblL
946a i 'Me lr se........ ....!
U TrAyCt.. ....
42 .i.5la Camocel.........
.3O4 . 42nd.
4 25 8Mloe
3S 45ry Ciy
2 55 Lndun.
2 13 'jCipbla
'148 2Inn .
1 40 Cmptn
1 05 1 lf10i-in oci
fl~Transon shvile3 Hendrsonvill........
Wi5 bolrumaby .........Time.
p. m.100 . m. Sprinten.dept..
iT1iES AND) JE\IFLRI
it tI;e Neu More on Hol Lot.
u;t C:i ."
AT CHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plateci Ware,
OLiN AND GUITAR STRIINGS,
SPECTACLES AIMD SPECTACLE CASES
WEDDINS AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
I' i. .'L$5 V Ai U ETT.
A 1! or.l."r- by v i.t.: prontpt lc ett.e-,ld. to.
I atchniaking and Repairing
!l.,.w Ch'.pl. nwi h i s)' -l.
rull an-d f'annliwe t. .tvek :nd price
N.. 21, 47-- if
We :tre sti writing Irtitr:lt'-e o ie
rable property of :ill aids in Towii
it) Cmtinly. int the old. s:I o1_"n ani reli:i
iZ'erpool c& London & Globe In
'ontinenuld Ins. Co. of'N. York.
nis. Company of North America.
lartford Fire Ins. Co. of Hfarttord.
The comD1bined Gapital and Assets of
'"lmpanlies in our :1-elncy. toots up
No guess work. have tignres to show.
t Vou want positve lusir:ilee against
yi. we will be pleased to write it for
Gin IIouse risks taken with either
team. water or horse power.
l. P. BOOZER & SON,
Sept 21 tf Agents.
Dr. S. POPE.
r OFFER MY PROFESSIONAL ser
L vices to the citizens of the Town of
fewberry in all of the Departments of
ledicine, except Obstetrics. My engage
ents a:e such that I cannot visit cases
utside of the Town. Any such desir
ig my-services must come to me.
1 make a specialty of diseases of Fe
aales, and of Chronic diseases.
Office on Friend Street, near the Fal
aw House, in the new Pool Bnildin,
SAMPSON POPE, M. D.
Jan. 22, 4-3m.
)btait:ed. aud sli rATF.NT li' INESS attended
-o for 3IODERA i E FEi S.
-our efice i opposite tlh-U. S. Pst-t.tOlice.
nd we can ott in Patents in le-s time than
bo-e removed from WASIIN(e1 ON.
Send 31Q1)EL OR DRAWING. We advise as
o patertability tree of charce; and we make
OCtARGE UNLESS PATENTIS SECURED.
We iefer, here. to the l'o>tm-ster, the Sut. of
Money Order Div., and to of1cials ofthe . S.
Patent 081cc. For circu'ur. advice. terme t n.d
references to nRctual clients in ycur own Sta.te
or County, wr.te to
C.A. S TOW & CO.,
osite Patent Cflicc, Washington. D. C.
TR _ .NS GOING SOUTI.
.Nn. 44. No- 40.
DATED .July 12th. 183 Daily. Daily.
Arrive Foren~ce... 125 1s- -
"~ Sumter............4 34A x. 4 24 4
" Columbia..........6 40 " 64
TRA!NS GOING NORTH?.
No. 43. No. 47.
Lv. Columbia ....... 955 P. I.
Arrive Sumter.................I1 55 "
Leave Florence......... .4 30 P x. 5 07 A. 11.
Lv. Marion................514 '' 553 "
Lv. L. Wacmaw....... 7 14 '- 7 4&
Ar. Wilmington...........33 "907"
Train No. 43 stops at all Stations.
Nos. 48 and 47 stops only at Brinkley's
Whiteville, Lake Waceamaw. Fair Bluff.
Nichols. Marion. Pece Dee, Florence. Timmions
ville, Lynchaburg, Mayesville. Somter, Wedge-.
field, Camden Junction and Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on
C. &G. R.R., C ,C. &A. R. R.Stations, Aiken
Juncion, and all po ints beyond, should take
No. 48 Night Express.
Separate P'ullman Sleepers f 'r Savannah
and for Augusta on train 48.
Passengers on 40 can take 48 train from Fin.
rence for Columbia. augusta and Georgia
pin's via Columbia.
All trains run solid bet ween Charleston and
JOHIN F. DIVINE,
T. M. E31EPJSON, Gen'l rass. A gt.
South Carolina Railway Company.
COMME.<CING MONDAY. ;M AY 24. I885, at
-6.05 A. M., Passenger.Trains will run as
rollows, "Eastern time :"
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
Depart Columbia at...30 a m 5.27 p mn
Due Charleston.......1.05 p mn 9.16 p mn
Depart Charleston....7.2am 5.20Opim
Due Columbia.....10.45 a mn 10.00 p m
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Depart Columbia...6 0 a m 5.27 p in
Due Camden..........12.14 p m 7.42 p m
WEST (DAILY EXCEPr SUNDA Y.)
Depart Camden.......7.00 a m a 55 p mn
Due Columbia.......9.23 a m 10.< 0 p m
TO AND FROM AUGUsTA.
Depart Columbia........6.: a m 5 27 p m
De Augusta..........4am I .3 p m
Depart Augusta.......6.05 r. m 4.45 p m
Due Columbia........10.45 a rm 10.00 p m
Lade atColumbia with Columbia anid Green
rlle RailRoad by train arriving at 10.00A.M.,
md departing at 5.27 P. M. At Columbia
Function with Charlotte. Columbia and An
psta Rail Road by same train to and from
ill points on both roads.
Passengers by these trains lake Supper at
At Charleston with Steamers for New York;
nd on Tuesdiays and Fridays with steamer
for Jacksonville and points on the St. John's
River; also with Charleston and Savannah
iailroad to and from Savannah and all
points in Florida.
At Augusta with Georgia and Central
Railroads 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
D. MCQUEEN. Agent, Columbia.
JOHN B. PECK, Ge.neral Manager.
D. C. ALLEN, Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agt.
One of the finest institutionis in the
nited State.s. Real business transac
red with real College mnoney. Board in
ity chieap. Time required 31 to 4 mos
Beautiful diplomnas awardedl on comn
riletion of course, in a satisfactory man.
er. Send for circular. sep 18 ly
fta or working people. Send 1') Cents
~trpostage, and we will mail you free, a
royal, valuable safhple box of goodIs
that will put you in the way of mak
ng more money in a few days than you eve r
hought possible at any buiness. Capital not
equired. You can live at home and worK in
pare time only, or all the time. All of both
exes, of all ages, grandly successful. 50 cents
o85~ easily earnedl every evening. That all
eho want work may test the business. we
nake ibis unparalleled off'er: To all who are
lot well satisfied we will send $1 to pay foi
he trouble of writing us. Full particulars. di
ections. etc.. sent free. Immense pay abso
utely sure for all who start at once. Don't
el.ay. A ddress STrNsoN & Co,, Portland Maine.