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>Ai on Homer's brow:
-'1.with all Its laureh
r*e, we bow not now.
plane In reach of every heart,
ld of men-its joys and sighs
a name that owed not much t<
* the true poet lives and dies.
Woble Burns ! was he not brave t
bN&behind the lowly plough,
the world that he could not b4
nature bound him with a vow
of rhyme, whatever men nigh
nsite of genius bright before,
Ima ireath for Scotland in his day
w-fbt"'Shaube green for evermore!
I RVI Roble Burns! .did he not knos
'And meet his weird with bonest mind
Did.he not show his hate for trick and art
And stand as brother to mankind?
id he not speak such patriotic words,
As live to-day, though years have gone
Dkt he not touch aflection's softes
-And sit a king on Momus' throne?
.;Poor R'4bie Burns! he owned no sound
. Z 40 lift him to a lord's degree.
W -~ a poet's soul the bard could claim
hile he was frail as mortals be.
! then as now, the minstrel's num
Twas some ones's interest to damn,
Aad though they pelted Robin with the!
They have not dimmed his oriflarume
feh,.Roble Burns ! rich in a noble soul
In that the muse to him was kind.
s there in gold, though millions yo
U To match true grandeur of the mind
at the gate of death we lay on
41-' jfut mV death's cunning can defy
A.Vhoue- we dig,,and give it back all tole
oe r makes us rich on high.
F D&r Robl' Burns! what words sha]
tell how dear
-iAo every Eottish heart that beats?
l spoke a language, and he gave
'thrills us yet with musie's sweets
Ayr's reen banks, and by the brae
here Ballochmyle lies bright and fai
widowed souls can yet with hir
And mourn a los Time can't repai
eadRoble Burns! ah. yes, dead to time
But whIle we meet to speak his name
l-es he notyonder in a land sublim
Where man no more can smirch hi
To"ight we celebrate his mortal birth
Years have not taught us to forget,
But Scotland still has tears for this, tha
'Is poorer since his sun has set!
i Laving Robie Burns! as the sun thoug]
leaves earth warmer for its rayi
I's shores there lingers ye
A iellow light from Robin's lays.
Layy his faults, my friends, beneatl
Thqire faults in all their urns
Leti 'ee men in their noblest mood
-AmI(stake our worth on Robie Burns
Moody on Public Speaking.
Er. D. L. Moody is very fond o
alfa to'h boys of the school
nar his home, sometimes on Bibl
~ezJcsand sometimes on othe
S4)c.Addressing a class once or
#hc speaking he made the follow'
t. Don%t talk too much.'
ILDon't talk unless you are posted
S. Give the best you have.
4. Don't talk when people art
aS-sleep. Wake some one man an<
2on will hold the rest.
5.Dn' try to show off your learn
6.Get liold 'of the most stupid
uan and you'll hold the rest.
-7. Don't try, but don't be afraid t<
'mke people laugh. Milk that slopi
iway will the other.
8. Be natural; don't try to be some
9. Avoid cant and pulpit tones.
10. Don't talk too long. A mar
IaLondon, who preached until th<
people all left, said he thought it was
a pity to stop when there was any
body to hear.
11. Don't hesitate to repeat whal
~12. Don't keep on talking just be
cTause you are holding the audience
Send them away hungry.
13. While people are gathering use
the time with song.
14. Shoot where people stand. At
~the old Quaker said to the burglar
"Friend, I am going to shoot wher<
thee stands. Thee had better gel
out of the way."
*15. Don't gesture and move aboui
too much., and don't talk with youi
i!hn'ils in your pookets.
"Do I make the way too easy?'
said Mr. Moody to a minister seate(
on the platform by his side the othei
ight in the hall of the Y. M. C. A
"Certainly not," replied the minmster
"I am sure if you should try for 2
thousand years, you could not makt
itas easy as our Lord Jesus Chris1
~has made it." We entirely agre<
with this statement, for we are per
suaded that none of us have fathomnei
the fulness of the meaning of th<
saying: "By grace are ye saved
and that not of yourselves; it is thb
gift of God."
Young man, don't feed or induig
the old nature-it needs to be dail:
mortified. The Apostle Paul said
"I die daily." Only a living sou~
can say this. Do you think worldl;
amusements and associations gratif;
and strengthen the old nature or th
Don't pattern your lire here belo1
after any one you know, or it will b
full of compromise. Take it alt<
gether and alone from the Lord an
the Pride and the Lack of It.
Most persons in this world are
anxious for applause. They like tr
be well thought of. and .iever objeet
to bear themselves spoken of in a
commendable manner. No real ob
jection can be formed to this, pro
vided sinful vanity is not at the root
of it. Pride, it must be remembered,
is a busy sin that spoils all we under
take. More than this, it is bound
to be discovered, and the real ob
ject we have in view is often de
feated by it. When Diogenes step
ped upon the flowing robe of Plato,
- lie comically remnarked: -'Thus (o I
trample on the pride of Plato." The
sage turned and replied: "Yes, Di
ogenes; out with greater priPe of yiur
own." It was evideutthat Diogenes
took pride in making a display of his
impudence before the rbble. There
are many persons who act to-day
precisely like Diogenes did. Some
who are naturally dirty and slovenly
hate to see a gentleman wear a
clean shirt. They speak of him as a
"Miss Nancy," "dude," etc. We
once heard a clownish fellow remark
about some genteel folks, who, al
though poor, always appeared in
company neatly dressed: "Those
r people put all they have upon their
backs, and starve their stomachs."
A bystander quietly replied: "That
~ is more commendable than to make
u a hog of yourself by putting all you
have in your stomach and go like a
e vagabond." The cap seemed to fit
the first party so perfectly that he
. slunk awaa with a stupid grin. Very
few persons are so poor that they
1 cannot make a decent appearance
when they appear on the streets and
a even when at home. To appear like
a sloven at home and on the streets
s like a princess or Lord Chesterfield,
is shoddy and vulgar. Neatness and
a cleanliness of person at home should
always be observed. It will not do,
either, to attend to only certain por
tions of the body and neglect the
others. Women, particularly, should
always be careful to keep their hands
; in order. A woman with a pretty
face and rough hands, with traces of
dirt beneath the skin and nails, is like
the peacock-his plumage is beauti
ful, but you must never look at his
, feet. It is said that if the bird while
t strutting looks at his feet his tail
drops immediately. The peacock
cannot help lhimself, but any fgmale,
'unless she is compelled to work in
dye colors, can keep her hands in
order if she is willing to take the
trouble. We should so respect our
selves that we would be unwilling to
Bappear at home in a way that we
could not appear before strangers. Of
course no one expects to see persons
who have their domestic duties to
-attend to dressed in silks and fine
linen, but they do expect to see them
properly costumed for their work.
-Many young men are so afraid of
being called "mean" that they will
spend the last dollar they have in
their pockets among their comrades
for purposes very otten more to be
condemned than commended. It is
so nice to have the "-boys" call them
"generous fellows." - Hold on young
man; generosity should always com
mence at home. If you spend money
among strangers that is needed by
relatives, you are really ungrateful,
selfish and devoid of moral courage.
Remember that relations stick to
you when your money is gone.
Friends, so-called, when adversity
overtakes you, will disappear like
the leaves in autumn. To have too
much pride is to spoil whatever we
undertake; to be without entirely
makes us fit only to associate with*
animals that wallow in the mire.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Carolina, Crmberland Gap and
Chicago railroad was held at Aiken
on Wednesday of last week, the meet
ing of the directors having been held
t the same place on the previous
day. Gen. Johnson Hagoodiusigned
the office of President, and Col. H. E.
Bowen, of Pickens, was made Presi
dent pro tern. Tile proceeds of the
meeting were not of a very interest
ing character, and we regret to say
that we see nothing in what was done
to justify a more hopeful view of this
great enterprise. Everything still
depends on what Mr. Schofield may
do in placing the bonds of the road,
Sand whilst we believe that Mr. Scho
field is and has been doing all that
She can, the fact remains that as yet
he has done nothing.-Edgefield
SThe February number of Demo
rest's Magazine is before us; and on
examination we find it very readable.
"A Quaint Old City," which is pro
Sfusely illus. ated, is quite interesting,
and "A Yeai in Los Angeles," and
"Peter the Great" are good articles.
Mrs. Hart's serial "That Other Per
son," is continued, and the shorter
tales are unusually well told. "From
Pencil to Brush" is an admirable
feature of this magazine. Jennie
June furnishes a paper on the origin
r of "Sorosis," and the art department
e is made attractive by a fine oil pict
-. ure, "Love's Postman," and a photo
gravure from a painting by Aubert,
This 3owder never varies. A marvel off
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold in coinpetition with the multitude
of low test, short weight alum or phosphate
Powder. Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAIING
OwDER Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y. 11-12-1y.
LUMBER FOR SALE.
I offer for sale good heart p ne lumber.
Orders left with Mr. J. H. Davenport,
sawyer, will receive prompt attention.
2-3-3t D. S. MANGUM.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
WHEREAS, George A. Langford and
Shelton S. Langford hath iade suit to
me to grant them Letters of Adminis
tration of the estate and effects of
William J. Langford, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
moniQh all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said William J. Langford,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Newberry Court House on the
15th day of February next, after publi
cation hereof, at 11 o*elock in the fore
noon, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should not
Given under my Hand this 29th day
of January, Anno Domini, 1885.
J. B. FELLERS, j. P. N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
WIHEREAS, James Y. McFall, C. C. P.,
hath made suit to me to grant him Let
ters of Adminstration of the derelict
estate and effects of Isham Greenwood,
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and I
creditors of the said Isham Greenwood,
deceased, that they be and appear before c
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Newberry Court House on the 12th day
of March next, after )ublication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand this 29th day
of Jan uary~Anno Domini, 1885.
J. B. FELLERS, 3. P. N. C,
yea oaoet188p6, s
COIaUtout rcs,aeY daCrpt ,and e mnabf
and FLOWE EEDS, BULBS, etc. Invaluable
to anl, especianly to Market Gardener.. Send for It.
D. M. FER RY & CO.. Detroit, Michigan,
C.BART & CO.,
CHARLESTON, s. C.
The largest importers of Fruit in the
South. Oll'er for sale a well selected
LE MONS, NUTS,
DRIED FIGS, RAISINS,
POTA TOEs, CABBAGES,
ONIONS AND PEANUTS,
And everything else that a First Class
Wholesale Fruit House should have.
Country orders filled with dispatch.
AT THE I
HERALD AND NEWS
You can have Bill Heads, Note Head's,
Letter Heads, Envelopes, Business ands
Visiting Cards, Invitations, Programmes,
Cataogues, Pamphlets, Briefs, Checks,
Receipts, Circulars, Dates, Show Bills,
Eand Bills, Cotton Tickets, Blank Liens,
Conveyances, Mortgages, Etc., printed
at short notice and at the most reasona-j
ble prices. A. C. JONES,
Pub. and Proprietor.
W E W.A NT
Everybody to examine our stock of
OOKiNG AND HEATING STOVES, 1
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
TINWAP.E AND WOODENWARE,
TABLE CUTLERY, BROOMS, ETC.C
IN THE CITY.
Call and get our prices before buying
SCOTT' & BRO.
Newberry, S. C.
th ''e pol:ar fhvor'te for dress
_ nthe:dr, Rstorng the coT
wh.en gray,and prevent.ing Dan
-druff. It cle:uw.s the scalp,
s tops the hair falling, and as (
sure to please- 50o. and $r. sizes at Druggista.. I
The Best Cough Cu.re you can use
nd the besct known preventive of .Consumption.
Paw.c's ToxIC kept in a home is asentmnel to
keep sickness ot. Used discreetly it keeos the
blood pure and th.e Sto:nach, Liver and Kidneys
n working order. Coughs and Colds vanish be
fore it. itbuilds u.p the health.
If vou suffer from Debilit , Skin Eruptions, c
Cough, Asthma, Dyspepsia, K:dney, Urina: y or
Femae Complaints, or any disorder cf the Lucit,
Stomach, Bowels, Blood or Nerves, don't w:ait
Itill you are sick in bed, but use PaaRiau's Tctcz
to-day ;it will give you new ife and vio. 4
Soldy mggits.La.e svin buing$z size. 6
From the world's best makers, at fa
Eight grand makers and over three
P TChickeringc,l Mason
PIAAMOS Packard. Orchestr
Pianos and Organs 'elivered, freigh
Fifteen days' trial, and freight both
in your own homes.
Branch of Ludden & B:
Local agents-L. A. Hawkins, Ne
Monekton, Chappell, and J. A. Bowles
PURCIIASE1RS THAT EXP
hand ! For first class goods and low pi
rival in this part of the State. I am we
cotton. I am therefore determined to
stocks that will (clipse anything thal
o0o(s. An exami:;ation of my imimense
of this bold asertion beyond the shadow <
been carried over from year to year to g
sell everything at New York cost and it
dull sununer, and for bottom prices see
144 buttons for - - - 5C
. papers of needles for - - c
3 papers of pins for - - a
3 balls of thread foi - - C
4 crochet needles for - - 5C
Some people say I think I can beat t
blocks; read on and you will be convinc
30 ds. calico, cut off the piece - - $1 00
25 ys. very good calico, cut off the piece 1 C
20 Yds. very best calico, cu, off the piece 1 0C
Checked H omespun, 20Oyds. for - - 1 0
.4 very good 10 yo-s for 1 00
22 yds. Blcaching for -.-.-.-.-.1 0C
1. yds. good Bleaching far - - -1 0
15 yd. very good Bleaching for - - 1 0C
Shoes, Clothing, Jeans, Blankets, I
auction sales in New York at less than :
Ladies' Coarse Shoes, worth $1 25, for 90
4. 1. 4. 1 15, for F
It a 1 10, for 75
1 00, for (;i
Fine " 250, for I !X
Clothing I have marked down to al
ie s Suits - . - from $ 8 00 to $ 4 7
. - - from 10 00 to 5 75
- - - from 12 5o to 7 75
from 15 00 to 10 5(
- from 17 50 to 12 5(
U . . . trom 20 O0 to 1; :5
Overcoats - - - from $ 3 50 to $ = d
Competitors tremble when they rE
too well that Flynn will do just what
the town will do me a great favor by <
avoid the great rush that throng the so1
C olumbia, -
It is difficult to realize that soon
Will make woods
Wo have endeavored to anticipate the w
SHOES AND HATS I
Our Domestic Departm<
THlE LADIES' I)EPAIIIME\I
ARE ESPEC1ALLY W<4
New Goods by every SI
Orders Solicited. Respectfu
For the coming week will interest 1
Shoes and Clothing. We must have ro
additions. which we will refer to ser.
*A good Chemise at 25 cents. Dran
with six tucks, at 44 cents. See our gi
Children's Slips and Dresses at greatl:
this week at 50 cents, worth $1.95.
Another Lot of Glove
CLOAKS AND I
5,000 yards calicoes, at 4 cents. 4,(
to clean out the stock. 2 cases checke
Graniteville i shirtings, 31 cents per y:
cents. Best 10-4 bleached shieeting froi
Our stock in this department is st
each. 100 Pairs Grey Blankets, at
Blankets, at $1.88, reduced from $2.25.
damaged, worth $8, this week at $5.
A .eplendid sale of White Spreads, sligh
$1.25. 100 dozen Doilies, at 33) cen
now at 19 cents. 50 pair Table Dams
Damask at cost. See our line of Tur
100 dozen towels at 10 cents, worth 15 <
Hosiery, Gloves, He
A good Ladies' Stocking at 5 cents
cents, now at 19 cents per pair. See thif
CLOTHING AND GEN
The stock on hand must go to make roo
prices. Our coats for men and boys at
Or stock of boys' clothing at New Yor
The stock on hand now of winter goods
All parties owing us will kindly cal
J. L. Mu
IT STANDS A
.......- T-TE T.TGT
The largest and finest Pecan Nuts
ver brought to Columbia.
[guts in Variety.
Just received a large q,tantity of Al
aonds, Brazil Nuts and English Wal
uts, Fresh and Dried.
ALL GRATES OF
1!,'L 7iW AA' V~~~ \
In the Greenfield Building, next to
Juller & Son, Columbii, S. C.
10-8-12m. J. S. ROBBINS.
'or iathei and son. for old and young, for
arge boys and small, for short men and tall.
lothinz for business and dress, for week
Lays and best, for play and for .s-hool, for
varm days and cool. Clothing that looks
rell because it :dts well, that wears well be.
use it's made well. Clothing that is proper
n style, proper in material, proper in finish
d proper in price. Clothing, in short, that
xcels in every feature of excellence and is
heap only in price. Such clothing as I have
lescribed and in such assortment as I have
inted at will be found in the emporium of
ashion, where the careful selection, careful
upervision and careful workmanship is
hown in the larget and miost varied and
nost complete stc of superior clothing ever
isplayed in this city. A stock that offers you
he best opportun ity of selecting a suit to fit
,nd please you. Everything in gentleman's
rear can be found here, such as Hats, Fur
ishng Goods and Fine Shoes of the latest
tyles. This is the headquarters for Gentle
nan's fashionable outfits from his head to his
et. you can be better satisfied here than
Ise were, as the reputation of this dstablish
nent is reliable, and that all goods are sold
, represented. If you have never traded
with me give me a trial, and I am satisfied
ou will continue to patronize this relhable
mporium. Eespectfully. D
COLUEBTA . S. C.
WALL PAPERS, CORNICES,
Call at the LEADING HOUSE in the
tate for these kind of goods.
J.H.DAv is'. Carpet Store,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Several new designs in Tapestry, Brus
els, body Brussels and Wool Carpets
elected especially for the Fall trade
lave already arrived an d many others on
1,000 Smyrna Rugs
Lnd Mats, all New Patterns, also a fine
Brussels Rugs and Mats.
Cocoa and Napier Mattings, new stock
ust in store. 9-17-1y.
HI. C. SUMMERS,
Wines, Liquofs, Lager Beer, Cigars
,nd Tobacco. Prompt attention paid to
,11 orders, I am prepared to furnish
lemijohns, kegs and jugs, and they can
e returned and no charge made for
hem. J. B. Lanier's celebrated first
prade corn whiskey always on1 hand.
klso will keep in stock a full line of the
ower grade of goods, together with
mported Wines, Brandies, Gins, and all
athcr goods usual to a first class house,
rhich will -be sold at the lowest prices.
In connection with the bar I run a
ull supply of family groceries and pro
13. & E. L. KERRISON,
80 and s2 HASEL STREET.
3HARLESTON, : : : S. C.
Funcy Dry Goods,
"~ MIGNON "
Button Kid Gloves, $1.00 per Pair.
Preparatory to purchasing Spring
loods, we have recently made some
rge reductions in the prices of
- -AND OTHER
Cash orders, amounting to $10.00 or
ver, will be delivered in the country
ree of charge.
All orders promptly attended to.
J. & . L. KERRISON,
20-y CHARILgSTON, S. C.
2tory prices, on easie4 terms of paymNit.
iundred styles to select from.
& Hamlin Mathushek, B;irt & Aron,
al and Bay State Organz.
t pai'd, to all railroad points South.
ways, if not satisfactory. Order and test
tes' Southern Music HouSe,
W. TRUMIP, Manager.
Columbia, S. C.
wberry; J. Counts. Peak's; Keisler &
ECT TO BUY WITH CASH IN
ices my two stores stand to day without a
I aware oi the short crop and low price of
make a sweeping reduction in my eiaire
I have ever before done in marking down
stocks will demonstrate the truthfulness
f doubt. My goods are all new and have not
t a profit on them. I have determined to
e the money for something else during the
ind beat them if you can:
2 boxes paper collars for - - 5c
I 3 pocket handkerchiefs for - 5c
5 corset laces for - - - Sc
10 long shoe laces for - - 5c
5 packs of hairpins for - - 5c
his or that in price, but these are stumbling
25c. Dress Goods, marked - - - 15c.
20c 49 4 11je.
Is 69." " loc.
I 5c 9"-6 Sic.
IBlack and Colored Cashmere from auction
4oc. reduced to 27c.; 50c. to :Zic.; (5c. to 2.c.;
75c. to 50c.; $1 to 72ic.
lannels and Hats from the great forced
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $2 00, for 145
In Rubber Shoes at *Wc..:Zc., and 45 c.
In Men's Coarse andI Fine Boots and Shoes
Ihe reduction is simply immense.
nost half price.
- from 5 001to 50
2 . from 7 50 to 5 00
from 9 00 to 6 25
from 10 00 to 700
*from 22 .50to 975
from 1500to 1150
ad these irresistible prices, as they know
he advertises. People living in and near
alling early or late in the day and thereby
re from II to 3, at the leader of low prices.
I- - S.1,0.
-'s surely blast
and forests bare."
ants of the future in
'OR MEN AND BOYS.
mt is full and Complete.
AN) HOS0FRI AND NON
)RTHIY OF ATTENTION.
earner throughout tne .eason.
'ORTES & EDMUNDS,
is patrons with la'nd slides in Dry Goods,
sm for our spring stock and a great many
Our march shall be upward and onward.
ers at 2i5 eents. An elegant line of Skirts,
and display of Night Dresses, at 98 cents.
reduced prices. Children's Union Suits
i at 49 cents per pair.
00 yards best standard calicoes, at 5 cents,
d ginghams. at 8} cents, worth 12} e,ents.
rd. A good 10-4 brown shecting, at 18}
n 20 to 25 cents.
11 heavy. 100 Grey Blankets. at 25 cents
1, reduced from $1.50. 170 Pairs, Gray
90 Pairs of Fine White Blankets, slightly
[y soiled, at 85 cents, 95 cents, $1.15 and
:s, worth 60 cents. 25 pair Table Damask,
sk, now at 39 cents. Our stock of Fine
key Red Damask, at 33k, 49 and 72 cents.
per pair. Elegaut goods at 30 and 35
value we are showing in corsets and gloves.
s' FURNISHING GOODS.
m for spring stock. Fine suits at reduced
prices that will suit men of limited means.
we propose to sell at greatly reduced prices.
I and settle. Respectfully
unaugh & Co.
- E OT
This Cut shows the new style of Wood
Work this Company isnow introducing.
WITHOUT A PEER
rMECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION IT HAS
NO RIVAL. The new line Attachment that
are now being placedwith each "Domestic''
are specialties. No other machine has them.
Thdse Attaehments and the New Woodwork
qesion ,THE ACKNOWLEDGED STAND
A RD OF EXCELLEZICE.
FOR SALE BY
PROSPERITY, S. C. .
SAgents wanted in t:occupiedterritory.
DOMESTICSEWING MACHINE CO.,
Coumba & GreeuviPe Kailread
COLUNBIA. S. C., July 19. 1385.
On and after Sunday. July 19, 185, the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herdwitb in
dicated upon this road and its branche4
Daily. except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
toave S. C. Junction . . -10.20 a In
" Columbia, C. G. Depot 10.45 a In
Arrive Alston,- ---- 11-45 a M
" Newberry, - - - - 12.48 p m
" Ninety-Six, D - - .03 p m
" Hodges, - - 3.05 p In
" Belton, - - 4-11 D m
Arrive Greenville. - - - - 535 p In
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 9.45 a m
Arrive Belton, - . - 11.03 a m
SHodges - . 1217 p m
Ninety-giz, D -1.10 p m
Newberry, - - - 8.02 p m
Alston, - - 4.05 p m
Arrive Columbia, C. & G. Depot - 6.15 p m
Arrive S. C. Junction. - - - - - 5.30 p m
SPARTANBURG, UNION a COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No.53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 11.50 p In
Arrive Strother,- --- -12.-7,p In
" Shelton, - . 1.08 p m
" Santuc , ---- 1.50 p m
" Union, D - - - 2.37 p m
" Jonesville, - - - 3.31 p m
Arrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. D. 4.40 p m
"6 "4 R. &D. D. - 4.50 pn
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, E. & D. Depot.. U 11.05 a m
" Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 11.25 a m
Arrive Jonesville, - - - 12.31 p In
" Union. D - -- 1.12 p n
Sautuc, 1.59 p I
Shelton, - - - mh8pim
Strother. - - - 3.09 p m
Arrive at Alston, - . - 356pim
BLUE RIDOE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton 4-15 p m
Arrive Aaderson - . 4.47 p m
. Pendleton 5.25 p m
Leave Seneca S 6.10 p M
Arrive Walhalia tL-3 p m
Leave Walhalla, - - 8.30 a In
Arriye Seneca C, - - Sb0 a m
" Pendleton, - 9.38 a m
" Anderson, - - 10.2t a m
Arrive at Belton. - - 10.57 a m
LeaveNewberry, - - - 3.25 In
Arrive Laurens C. H.. - - 6.Sl piM
Leave Laurens C. H., - - 8,1 a m
Airive Newberry. - - 11.10a m
Leave Hodges. - - w 3.30p m
Arrive at Abbeville. -- - - 4.30 p m
Leave Abbeviile, - .- - - 10.46 a n
Arrive at Hoges, - - - - 11.45 n
Close connection is now nadc at Senees
with E. & D. E. E. for Atlanta and beyond.
A. Wita South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Anguat
Railroad from Wilmington and al
points North thereof.
WI Charlotte, Columbia and Augusts
Railroad from Charlotte and all pointj
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg .ail Roat
fer points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from al
points South and West.
D. WithA. & C.Div.,11. & D. E R., from A'
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 Wilmington Columbia and Augustj
Raiload or 1ilmington and the North,
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusts
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & S a&taburg Railroak
from Hendersonve .
H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. E., frou
Charlotte and beyond.
G. E. TALCOTT-, Superintendent.
D Ch.nDWRLL, Ass't eneral Passenger Agt.,
Columbia. S. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Wilmington, N. CI, NOV. 15, 1885
F.A.ST LIN E
Charleston and Columbia aa
Upper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - - 7.20 a i
" Lanes, - - - 8.34 a i
"Sumter, - - - 9.33 a ;
Arrive Columbia, - - 10.40 a ;
"Winnsbor~o, - - 3.02 p x
"Chester, - - - 4.15 p.s
"Yorkville, . - -- - 6.05 p i
" Lancaster, - - 7.21 p 1
"Rock Hill, - -. 4.56 p i
" Charlotte, N. C., - .6.05 p
"Newberry, S. C., - 12.48 p i
"Greenwood, - - 2.42 p i
" Laurens, - - 6.30 p 1
" Anderson, - - 4.47 p i
"Greenville, - - 5.35 p i
" Walhalla, - - 6.33 p
" Abbeville, - - .4.30 p 1
" Spartanburg, - 4.40 p i
"Hendersonville, N. C., 5.35 p 1
Leave Hendersonville, N. C., 7.00 a i
"Spartanburg, - - 11.05 a I
" Abbeville, - - 10 45 a I
" Walhalla, - - 8.30Oa
"Greenville, - -. 9.45 a z
"Anderson, - - 10.22 a i
" Laurens, - - 8.00 a I
"Greenwood, - - 12.44 p 1
" Newberry, - - ' 3.02 p 1
"Charlotte, N. C., - 12.50 p i
" Rock Hill, - - 1.56 p
"Lancaster, - - 7.0') a I
"Yorkville, - - 12.10 p 1
" Chester, - --- 2.42 p 1
" Winnsboro, - - 3.48 p 1
" Columbia, - - 5.27 p
Arrive Sumter, - - . - 6.42 p
" Lanes, - - - '7.45 p
" Charleston, - - 9.10 p r
Solid Trains between Charleston an.
Special Baffet Cars attached to thi
train. No extra charge for seat in thes
ears to passengers holding First Clai
J. F. DIvmNE,
T. M. EsmsON,
General Passenger Agent.
Bs J. RAMAGE & 803
In one of the new store rooms of Crot%vell<
McC.agbrin, a FRESH LINE OF DESIRABL:
GOODS, consisting of among other articles
Choice brands of Bleached Goods, Drillinj
Shirting, Cottonades, 10* Sheeting, a, nic
Muslin, Lonsdale Cambrics, Lawns, Nainsool
Line.n Table Cloths, Towels and Napkins, La
dIes' and Gents' Shoes, Brogana. Please cs
and examine. 5-284.lv
CHOICE FAMILY GRO0ERlEl
PLA19 TATION SUPPLIE!
We have now in store, Ferris' Hams an
Breakfast Strips, C. C. C. Tennessee Ham
Smoked Beef Hms and Ox Tongues, Baeo
Lard and N. 0. Molasses, Java, Lagnyra am
Rio Coffees, Finest Green and Oolong Tea
Sugar.e of different brands, Kirk's Laundr
Soap and other brands. Also, a' nice line
Graniteware, Ewers, and Basins, etc., Glasi
ware. Pitchers, Goblets, Jelly Tumblers, nuk
articles, B. J. RAMAGE & SON,
5284ly. Newberry, S. C.
THOMAS B . LEE
Civil and Mechanical Engineer, Posi
offie Box 326, Columbia, 8.. 8uSrve
and estimatea made:-for railway linei
Plans, estimates and specifications fo
nished for all engineering and archites
tural structures. Reports and planas ft
public water supplies, sewerage, watt
All accounts due us wa; be pid
at once. Pkase take iotice anAl fiae
any further trouble.
CLOUD & MIT11.
W H. HUNT, JR
Attorney and CJounnUaroz atLa
NEWBERRY, S, C.
Offiee on Law Range Over O 0es
or Johnstone and Cromer.
Will practice in all the Courts of tht:_
State, and will give strict attention ';
to all business entrustrd to him..
Send SOB f1r
F. X F1 0
DATED July 12th, l88,.
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TRAINS GOING N R
Lv. Columbia .............
Leave Florence...... -
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Train No. 4 stops at
Nos.- 48 and sto,s
Passengers for Columbia sad;
C. & G. E. R., C, C. A. E.
Junet'n, and all points
No. 48 Night Express.
Separate Pullman 81seom
and for Augusta on tfainj.
Passengers on 40 can take
rence for Columbia, Angusta
I points via Columbia.
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