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EVERY THURSDAY Al Bt
I;WBERRY, S. C. cre
IJACHERS' DEPART141NT. tin
ARTHUR KIBLEIR, EDITOR. PO.
The Blair Bill. wij
-" It seems from all accounts that the ha,
Blair Bill is not gaining ground, cn kil
the contrary, it is fast falling into dis- an
favor, as the vote in the United States tri<
Senate shows. Some of our greatest crj
then -are opposed to, and we believe idl
with good reason. For a long time inc
we thought that it would be the best int
fr our educational interests that we its
have the appropriation. This we lie
'1til think, but we ought first to con tr
iider the welfare, the safety of our dif
The Blair Bill points strongly and be
directly to the centralization of lif
power, and strikes at the very nai
sovereignty of the States. doi
Suppose that the training of pla
the children were placed in the grc
bands of the general government A4
would ; it not be a blow to a
pure democracy from which it might
never recover? Would it not lead
to the training of the children in a
direction in which we would not have o
t - them go ? Certainly it would. the
The power that controls the educa- th
tion of a people controls everything. na
Germany may have a model school sou
system, the best schools in the world, asF
supported by the nation, but before nac
we would have such a government. tio,
(which by the way is as good as a be
33onarchy could be) let us be content res
- with poorer educatiual facilities, if ilia
better be at the cost of freedom and OO(
right. South Carolina, we speak for 30(
our own beloved State, although not It:
yet fully recovered from the effects ing
of a terribly destructive war, has not .
yet felt the necessity of calling upon has
tI.e Fede.ral government to aid in the arn
education of the children. With all con
ratitude then to Mr. Blair for his --
generous offer and with respect to his I
pure and unselfish motives, we would
respectfully decline his proffered ]
Some time ago at a meeting of the ser
as sociation, it was suggested that and
Ssome of the first elements of chem- ltinm
satry be taught in our common as 1
schools. We have since that time do
head nothing more about it. Have Th4
ws forgotten it ? We would be glad me
soL~me teacher would inform us one
w tsethebest and simplest tex.tth
boo onthesubject. Alogive some .e.s'
bookon he lsoihe
&w~ dea as to what apparatus for per
forming simple experiments would An
This is a day when practical work the
is needed, not too much theory, and "ns
surely the study of chemistry is cou
something practical. by
One of the best spelling books sma
thaat we have yet had the pleasure of fan
examining is Reed's Word Lessons. doll
I is excellent, and is far superior to ,
fwinton's or Town's (the books used tne
i this country.) as these, in the Onl
epiuionl of many teachers, are su-br
perior to Webster's. We would not rol
L e understood to be against Web
ster, for we think it of superior mnerit, is s
M ost teachers, however,are opposed to sid4
it. Every progressive teacher should ver;
-ave a copy of Reed's Speller for ex- con
Were it not for the fact that the trit
association has adopted another, or fon<
other text books on spelling, we ton
would undiubtedly give Reed's a of (
Measles are again beginning to bla<
interfere with school work in the for
county. On account of this evil tihe coo.
Dead Fall school, taught by Mrs. Per
Hlail, has been clos,.d for awhile. thU
Last year our school was seriously
injured by the same cause.No
Prof. Scheetz, of the Prosperity as
High School, informs us that he has ing
enrolled nearly one hundred names
this session. This is a very goodto
showing indeed, when we consider cak<
that there are several good schools ver,
very near Prosperity. He must in- layi
deed have the full support of the peo slic
pIe in that vicinity, something so eret
xnecessary to a prosperous school. whc
The Teacher's Association will roo:
meet at Prosperity on the 2d Satur- por<
~day in March. For two months we sau
have had no,meeting, thle t>ad weather ai
being the cause. all
The progre.mme for the last meet 90
ing will be resumed at our next meet
ir;. The discussion of topics sub- ject
mnitted by teachcrs. Were the pro.
gramme carried (out, we would. no secr
doubt, have an interesting and in- SC
structive meeting. se
Every teacher, who can, should be an
present, for something may be. and alg
doubtless will be learned. I0
The people o? Prosperity, will we
feel assured by former treatment,
welcome the Association. This pro- E.
gzressive town is enthusiastic about Ca
Bucklen's Armea Salve. - sa
The Best S-tlve in the world for Cuts. sores atl
Bruise. Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet, 1i4'V
ter, Chapped Hands, Chillblains, Corns, and fo
all skin E ruption.s, and positively cures piles Ty
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give cure
perfect satisfaction, or naoney refunded. Live
Price 5 cents per box. For sale by Cofield pn
5 Lyons. Lyot
ARE STONES ALIVE!
We generally think of minerals
dead lumps of inactive matte r
tt they may be said to be aiiv<
atures of vital pulsations, and
rated into individuals as dis
ct as the pines in a forest of
tigers in the jungle. The diS
>ition of crystals are as diverse
those of animals. They throl
;h unseen currents of energy
ey grow in size as long as thev
re opportunity. They can be
led, too, though not as easily as
oak- or a dog. A strong elec
shock discharged through a
stal will decompose it very rap
y if it is of soft structure, caus
the particles to gradually dis
egrate in the reverse order fron:
growth, until the poor thing
in dead, shapeless ruin. It is
e the crystal's life is unlike
.t of higher creatures. But the
erence between vegetable ani
mal life is no greater than thai
ween the mineral and vegetable
. Linnieus, the great Swedisl
uralist, defined the three king
ns by saying: "Stones grow
nts grow and feel; animal
>w and feel and move."- Ivid
?rof. Sprague, who is professor
,he Academy of Volapuk, the
v universal language, in a talk
other day, said the proper pro
iciation of the new language's
ne was vo-lah-peek, giving the
.nd of "o" as in old. It did not
ire to displace the national ver
u!ars, but to facilitate interna
tal correspondence. It would
most useful in commercial cor
pondence and an excellent aux
ry in science. Already 1, 500,
persons have studied it, and
),000 have acquired proficiency.
s a derivative language, reject
the defects of the tongues from
ich it is derived. Its grammat
rules have no exceptions. I
20,000 words. A regular
vs officer at Walla Walla is
ipiling a dictionary.
IOUSEKEEPING IN GERMANY.
n many respects it is much
ier to "keep house" in Ger
ay than in America. German
rants are strong and willing,
.move along in the same rou
,never flying off at a tangent,
hie best Irish girl is prone to
at most co)nvenient seasons.
Shouses are almost all apart
it houses.' with rooms all on
floor. No washing is done in
house. not even the dish tow
Well regulated German famn
3 have the washing done once
three months only, but the
erican residents, not having
bi a supply of linen, send out
washing each week. The
esch frau" comes in from the
atry with her small cart, drawn
a. dog, and with a huge basket
aer own back. The prices are
11, the family washing for our
ily of eight costing but two
ars a week.
lone of the bread is maide in
house. There is a bakeshop
avery corner, and the bread is
uight to the door every morn
.The rolls are like the French
s, andi are delicious. The
-ei-back" or twice baked bread
mall slice browned on each
in the oven, which makes it
Scrisp. The black bread
es in long loaves, certainly
a yard long. It is very nu
~ous, and my children are very
I of it. It is the universal cus
to give each servant one pound
offee and one pound of sugar a
ith, and half a pound of butter
eek; also a certain amount of
:k bread daily. This they use
their own consumption. The
c does the marketing and is
~ectly trustworthy. Every
~g is bought in small qluanti
~s, and there is almost nothing
over from one day to another.
hing is wasted, and it is quite
udy to see the various temp)t
ways in which remnants are
rked over." Pieces of chick
ham and beef are all chopped
ather, and all sorts of meat
as and croquettes are made. A
nice pie is made by alternate
~rs of this chopped meat and
ad potatoes, the top being coy
I with bread crumb)s and the
de baked for half an hour.
'he kitchen is the prettiest
n in the ' house. The white
2elain stove with its bright
2epans. the dishes rangedi
md the room in dressers. the
its in the windlows, and above
he cleanliness that p)revails.
bine to make the room a p)leas
picture. A servant never ob-.
s to doing anything that is
d. Blacking the boots is a
bof the regular work of the
)nd girl. I have several times
1 a servant out on the sidlewalk
>ing to bring in the. coal. If
arrandl is to be done the girl
as goes out bareheaded, even
1to market with nothing
tever for head gear.--Tood
A Sound Legal Opinion.
IBainbridge- M'mday-. Esji.. (ountv .\ttv..
'*o.. iTex. !-ays: ' llave used 'Elet n
was veryv lowwihM-rileran
die, but was eure byaltn tituy u onhi
i*f~ - satistied Elvet rie latters
, . L. W ilcox. of H oro~ (:ave. liv.. adds
e testimiony. sayinig: He posit ively be
-d he would1 have uiied, had ir z:ot been
lectric Bit: ters.
is great remedy wi-1 ward d17. as well as
all Mlaria D)iseas.e and for all Kidrey
r and Stomnach Disorders stands un
led. Price 50c. and $!. at idivid &
T E .N J
Black-Jack Ashes vs Kainit.
1. Are not three bushels Of
leached black-jack :.shes wortl:
much as two hundred pounds
2. Is it not folly f>r farmers
buy kainit at current prices w
they can buv ashes at say tw
cents per bushel or when they furi
the wood at 12? or 15 cents?
:3. 1 xpect to use ashes.and:
on cotton this year: huw would
advise to use and what tuantit)
4. 1 have about ten acres of'sw:
land well drainet!. can he easii
rigated, thAt I want to wake a
crop of corn on. It was in corn
year and made ubout thirty five 1
els per acre (my amii:tion is to :n
100 bushels). a<l I am of ti'e olr
thot a liheral quantity of u1lnldnc
black jack a&hes will pay we'i on
With acid Phosi>hate :u1i col
see< or meal. what quantities wt
you advise?-I). M. B., Lvichwe
Aswia.-1. No; three bushel
goo.. hard wood ashes are wt
about hali as much as 200 pound
kainit. Good. hard wood. or (le'i
otis wood ashes, contain about
per cent. of potasi and five to
per cent. of phosphoric acid. w
kainit contains about twelve
cent. of potash. besides thirty
cen . of common salt and ot
things. Putting phosphoric acid
six cents per pound andi potasl
five cen ts pt r poul,d, the oue I
dred pounu1s ot the ashes would
worth eighty-six cents, and one I
dred pounds of kainit would be wt
sixty cents. This would inake 11
bushels of ashes-ahout seventy
pounds-worth about as much as
hundred pounds of kainit.
2. This question is substanti:
3. It is not considered a lvise
to mix ashes and acid phosphate
gether, since the potash in the as
will cause the immediate --reversii
of the soluble phosphoric acid to
reveited form. You may make
application of the ashes after
crop is planted, distributinsg the sz
in the siding furrows at the f
plowing. One hundred pounds
the ashes would require about
hundred pounds of acid pho-p:1
to preserve something like a pr
er proportion. This would anal
about ten to eleven per cent. of pli
phoric acid and three per cent
4. Would suggest that you adr
the above proportions of acid pl
phate and ashes about 200 poands
cotton seed meal, or to re-state
together : ashes, 401) pounds; a
phosphate. 800 pounds; cottou s
meal, 800 pounds; total, 2.1
pounds. You should be the 1.
judge of the quantity to a;-ply
make one hundred bushiels per a
in corn. We would suppose t
1000 pounds would be as little
would be necessary to secure sue
yield. Mix the acid phosphate
gether in equal prop)ortions as s
gested, aind divide into two or th
applications, putting some in wI
bedding or listing the land, somi
planting and some at subsequ
plowings. Also divide the ashesi
two or three parts, but you need
apply any ashes at planiting time.
"You can tell a Mormon house
the number of doors," I her
some one say as we approaci
Salt Lake City, writes a Minn
polis Tribune ~correspondent. Si
enough! There they were, t
doors, side -by side, even in1
smallest houses. Sometimes the
were two wood-sheds, or two we
and we saw one house that had1
gun with a single room, and be
lengthened out room by room a
door by door. That patriarch m
needls look about him sharply
the resurrection morn, or he v'
overlook some p)oor wife and ht
her sleeping through all eterni
The Mormons have a doctrine t]
in the resurrec.tion the men ri
but the women lie in their gra'
until their husbands please to e
them. If the liege lord pleases
be so gracious he goes to the gre
side of his spouse and speak 1
new name he received. in the
dowment house at the time of]
marriage, which has never bef<
crossed his lipis. She answ<
with the name which she recei\
at the same time, and rises. C
of the most potent means of<
mestic tyranny among the igi
rant Mormons~is the threat, f:
quntly resorted to by the head
the house. that he will not ra
his wife on the resurrection mc
"unless,'' etc., etc.
The Terror of Ilsihes.
Statistics of suicide show th
after all, the poor man rarely co
mits suicide owing to pov-er
Hundreds of good fellows, w
rarelv ~>0 dlollars ahead, and f
or six in the family to clothe a
feed, go on with more equanim
than men with good m2argi
Thiey ar e generally looking fox
job. and frequently have no wc
ahead for longer than one to
months. Tens of thousands
day laborers in the United Sta
rarely know what their income
to be three months ahead.
they- nre neither dlepriessed I
miserab le. They readily spe
their ist dollar: liberally, as lo
as food c-an hle had. andi ec-onioni
when they must. The terror
poverty is not so overp)owering.
the terror of riches the fear
You cannot atrord to waste timet" exp~
men tig whlen your ]unmes aret in .bit:
Conumpionalways seetms, at lirst onl'
cohl Donot plermit an-y~ deailer to imp
u pon you with sOnwi Cheap) imitation of
mn- New Di)hcovery~ for 0 onlsum t
Couthsandcohis,butbe s-ure y-ou get
genmte. Becau.e. he ean mta'.e more pr
hei may t-Il y-ou he nas somneting just
oodi. or just the same. Don't be dleceiv
but ins-ist upon ge-tt ing Dr. King' New I
covemvy which is guara:ateed-~ to :give reli.-f
alt T.hro:o. - ung :zid Ch.'s-t titreetio.,s. Tr
i)ttles free at Cotic-hi a Lyon& Drug St<
L~u-ge unities $1.
o RE1t1 Y 4i ALll A\JJ ie
ol. Absolutely Pure.
T1s powder never varh-s. A marvel of
of purity. stren:tlh and wihollesoneneS. Nore
, -rcuonmical than th, ,-rdlin:1r; L inils, and can
irtil not ,(+ -,,l,i in co,t:p,"tit ion wit h the multitule
of low ti.l:t weiti:t :tol or plhosphate
powde,1,r. S(1hl on: in ': C^nS. ROYAI, 1:ANING
(lt1- Pe w .ILK .C . i': :; . N.' Y. . i i -12-1y.
pe ii . -iigiwr - atron'.age hc.ton ed up
on iie by mti f i1"nds of Newberry and
L:itrens (ounti(s and the Statc, tsince I
un - l,mv, bee-(n wi! 1 sr J. L. l1imnnaughi
& Co., of thi- city. is gr::tcfully appre
I- ciated. Iv cu -t,liners already include
ree per:,wns frto e cr.v -ei"tion of the State.
live Our ock of I>ry Goods. Notions, lilli
>ue nery, Clithing, Geits' Furnishing
Goo<i.. Ilats. etc., is the largest and
mo.,t varied in ti S:aie above Charles
toil. :ndii i> iing d:iiiy rrileni:hed with
ne w :t!n(1 :iCSe:n::blc; goods for the n inter
, and lili(.y tale. Conie and. see nw
the or s,nd mt" 'or on!ers.
an A. C. JONES,
te i i J. L. MINAUGII & CO.
irst 121 and 12:3 Main Street,
c, (olumbia, S. C.
ate W. T. DAVIS
Doors, Sish, Blinds,
Os- Luniber, Lt hz. Shin,les, Lime. Ce
o' ment, :i Buil<ler:' Materials of all
all kinds on hand.
\id Newberry, S. C.
est --ThE COLUMB!A
sIs r( e"ivii ag ilR a NEW STOtK of FALl
, aw WITE isY 4.(ODS tiud SO)TIONs
to- beat hy others tar or nie-ar. HIe can alTord to
do tik wl i!!do it. as he only sells for
u'- C AS:, and no o-her way. Comne one. comei
all. tin! see fo- vourself what is s:id is so.(
ree and you will make by it.
SCs F. JACK-SO N, MANAGER,
nt 120 MAIN STREET, CO1.UMBIA,-S, C,
" HENRY HElTSCH,:
RE8TA IR T,
ire F-'-NJIsHVD RoOMs for Transient
WO Boan-ders. Rg b'ir Dinner served at 4
die 2 o'clock P-.M.4
re - . . -- __
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if you 'xarit to build up hor
enterprise to send off to a
what 3 eu can buy at hoir
We speak for our branch
the trade at this time ar
it ~applies equally as well
all trades and professions
the town and county.
are not selfish. But we wa
that we are prepared to (I
It is not too in uch tw>say th
our work is eqsual to the be;
We can print anything ai
bind to some extent. Thai
honest. We make a special
of every thing needed in a tow
like ours. We4 havein't sa
a word about the
which we put in last sprin
It is a small beginning.- ar
should not be despised. TI
frst steam printing ever dot
in iNewberry was in our estal
lishment, and it's still goir
7n. You know that stea
power is much more "satisfa
tory than hand power in ar
nterprise where power is
be used. Our power is pr
duced by a novel piece
mieclianisrm in. the shape of ..
ngi ne no bi gt'r than a stov
(ne in .and see it in oper
L, ion. We take -delight
seing you aboute as well
sking you to
.nd anything else you ne(
hat we have not mentione
We guarantee satisfaction
wvery particular. We p
Stationery in Pad
it a small trife extra over til
)rdinarv loose sheets with'
vithout blotters. The pa(
a"e use are excelled by non
)eing very neat with inte
,ha ngea ble blotters.
A word just now about oi
nay no~t. be. out of season.
oumprison oif them with .at
~stabishmnent in the Sta
hould be granted a clinchir
~rument for your patrona
ybody with a lack of appr
ation fcr home folks, but ',
~now that some people,-unlei
eminded, do forget that the
~an get at home what the
ften send to distant. plac
or. Don't for et
The Herald and New
s $1.50 a year, with oneC pri(
fo advertising. The~ pap
nay pn k-f e it.,V just no~
or either a visiting card or
nammrot h poster. Wve ha\
~acilities for printing
School Cat alogues,
Minutes of Meeting:
AUTT.T & HOUSEAL.
Where to Buy
Fine Tailor-Ma::dle Clothing for Me n,
t Yomb's ::nd Bo,- i- the question of
manyI1 .How mny wi 'ho re:ui this paper
u i!1 lay it (10ow wi: the determination
to call alnd1 look over my stock at the
very first oporunity ? )oub les- the
~rett,"r mai,rity of the rtad"rs will con
ii sidter" tiw vi:t,- herein mrade worth i::
v i e tiga :il st! n ay to th el selv.is, "'1'1l
ffdrop in tlit-re son) l:ryr." NoW don-t,
plea-e don't. -(=1)) se of this important
mna::er in snhit :-n indetinite way. Say
to Cotr.-el, "i'61 *nake it mly bSies to
(eP this b,e -if:i sto('n ri."ht away."'
Th-en e.nhe pron:ptly, u hilt' you have
.Then x a,srent- to ma.ke your selections
In additit o ths line stock -of
te CLOT1I NG vou will find a large line
of Gents' Furn:ihing Good-. which is
comnpltte in everythingthat a Gentle
. - 1 man needs. in the line of Shirts for -
Sdre- thert i: a large a-sort men t. The t
SoI u-Shirt lah(plirieti i - he perfet tlttllig
11 Shirt, also it line of Full Dress Shirts in
all styled and tinalities. _ly Unlaun
dried Shirt at: $I has no egnal in tit.
tju:iity atml,p:ic. The 75 cents and 50
.0 cems Cuin:hdried Shirts will compare
wirl iio.t" that st-l for 1 amn! 75 eents
at otther places in the city. 1 have a
l arg" fine of all "izes in the <i~erent
Lr:i's:. Linen (ll.ars and Ctus in
,= ,li ;,rades j:m1 pric-es. lnderwt::r in
? mediui a:-' h;a V weight, qiulhity sizes
S:nd prces. II:hntkkereb:fs, llalf I1ose
' ani u=prn(des of every de.cription. j
- .Jinst received a large line of Silk .land- I
kt-rcbiefs in ctlor. of latest patters :
S n!-o, plain white fttr em)lbro*derv.
No.vellie s and l:appy surpr:ists await
yotr in this St--k for both Men and Boys.
- Full weight Overcoats of all the favorite
Il Shades and at popular prices. I have anl
t elegant Iin' to show yon ; nrv heavier ,
Sweiglht Overcoats are beauiies in tinish.
quality and srtles. "Mark you ! it costs
S but a very hsignniicazit -uul on money
to get .a good, warin. serviceable Over
l coat. You can secure a Coat at almost -
) a price ; there is no excnse for you
going without tne, for I have them from
is $2 to $35. When looking through this 1
S ock of Clo:, in; on should examine
er tihe Make and Trimmling ats well athe
i'- Texture of the Fabric, and then ste that
it is cut in the :ashion. a.s well as
to the perfect .it
lI Here you will always find the Goods
a represented, which makes it a safe
ph,:ec for yon to by. where yu can have
perfect coniti lence in tradciing, and know
iat you are safe in your pin.chases.
M. L. KINARD,
Columbia, S. C.
Doni't forget that -the.
is still in full bla;t, turning out Fresh
ABread, Rusk; Cakes and ?ies of every
Udescription, every day in the week. Ini
.atddition, a full line of Pure Stick andI
- Fancy CanfdieS, Fruits, Tobacco and Ci,
are has been added.
P;.Ham Santhviches -only 5 cents.
S Pure Stick Candy - 15e~per pound.
." Fauey 4 -30e c
I will also sell
zE resh MXeats
'3very day -from STALL NO. 7.
All I ask i a Trial Order. my highest
anmbition is 10 please tho-e u ho favor me
with their patronage.
SW. H. PATTON,
NEWBFERY, S. C.
Pomona. I'iIl Nurseries.
PMONA M. C.
rTwo and a half miles wves.t of Greens.
Sboro, :N. C. TIhie main ]ine of the R. &
. D. R. R..passes through the grounds and
within 10ll feet of ithe oflice. Salem
e trains mxake i-egular stops twice dlaily
each way. Those interested in Fruit
and Fruit growinig are cordlially invited
to inspect this the large-t nursery in the
Statte and one ampong shec largest ini the
The propieor has for many years
visited the le-ading~ Nnorseies Northi and
We-t.. andl correl)ponded with those ofa
foreign countries. gatrherinig every fruit
that was calcuilated to) suir the South,
both native and foreign. The reputa
t ion :ot Pomona- Hill Nurseries is such;t
that many agents goinigonit fronm Greens- a
boro, represenJtinig other nurseries, try ~
to leave tihe imlpres-ionl that ther are
rep)resenlting thlese nulr-eries. Why do f
they dot if ? *Let the public answer. r
I hatve in stock gtrowing (and can showv
visitors the same) the largest and best ,
stock of tiees, &c., ever sho~wn or seen t
ini. anytwo nurseries in Northl Carolina, I
consist ioi of apjihe, pe:ich, pear, cherry, f
pluta, grape. Japanese p)ersimmnon, .Ja- p
panese plum, aipricots, niectauriene, Rus- |
sian apricot, imnlberry, quineles. Small ta
fruits :Strawberry, raspberry, enirranlts, a
pecans. E ngl i-h walnutK, rhubaurb, as
paragus, evergreens, shade trees, roses, s
Give youir order to my authorized r
agenlt or order direct from the nursery.
Correspondence solicited. Dlescriptive is
catalogines fiee to applicants. .
J. VAN. LTNDLE,
Giiiiford County, N. C. 3
Fine VVhiskeys a Specialty. j
Luytie's Ryve Whiskey.
Gibson's RyC W\hiskey
Rediluondl( CuTi \V iskev.
OMII N. C.* (orn Whiskev. I
IKentucky ( orn Whniskey.
CALL AN~D SEE.E.
ILEY W. FANT,
isuecessor to JINO. F*. WII EEL.El.)
THIS PAPER Coat2e.*?****
(NEWBERIIT, S. C'.) 1010
Will repair furniture and do jobs of car Depa
peutry and cabinet making at . Duel
REASONABLE RATES. *
Orders left at W. W. Ipark Music"
Store will receive prompt attention.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE. De
Richmond and Danville Railro?d. D"*
COLUMBIA AND GREENVILLE DIV:dION.
Condensed Schedule in Effect Oct. 16, 1887.
(Trains run on 75th Meridian time.) Due
[No. .33. No iNo131.
NORTHBOUND 3 53.
~p 1 ---- ..----IU1 Due .
;,v Colum bi13 . ..... 5 -3 ... O11 001
6r 0A-.----12 25'11 )11 00 Depa
Lv Alst-........ ...- -- .-.- 1 40 11 59)1 00 Due
' . -.... .. .. 2 012 Made
Ar Union--- ------.-. -.... 4 ---~-_ 0 i a
i bia a
sparrauburg.......:. .. 4 at 10.
Trvo ...... 5 7 with
Saitd - .. --'- -- - -- " 5 . road
Fiat Rock , both
iendersOu --. - - ~~~~ 9 0 yond
. .. .. sh v.ll ......,... -.-- -- --- .. ----- ya nd (
Hot Spring ...... .. -. - - and
1-oularia. .....,... 44. Pas
. Yr:sperity.. . ------ .. B ah<
Newberry... . i 101.Brah
t.:linton ... ....-.... - I .. -- Eor Js
-- La r ... ..... . . - 2 ... River
Nine x........ 2P--- ailr<
- ren o d...-- . - -. . p21
bev, e. ...... 11 ......... --po--- art
4Beton................. 4 li+... At
r~~~~~ 0 .lia.tn.....---- - ..----E
P e l z e r .. ~~"1 1 - ....-. - - - - -..- - - " 6 . P u i r l
SP ien..... ......... .... - ........- -I
1i:dto 4 41 South~
Green i-le.. -.. 5401 pp)
Anderson........--. 4 -.
.. sen'-ca ...........-..-.-- .-- ---- .--- .- .
- W alh lla..-... . - 3 .
AL:a ' ... ....".... .. ... .10 401:... -
a o . o 4. !t, o ii
SOUTHBOUND .,2. 2. - 2 .
v Wti lhal? .. .... 7 55........ -... ..
. sene"ca ------ ... -- 8 30'---...- - -:. ---".. F a,
.- Aniers n. .. 52. ....... - bla a
".A .be "i. e ...--... 111 5 . .....- -".. 2p 30
" Greenv ".... . 9 40t-----.. - 3 15 e
SPiedm ont.,....-... ----.--- .-.... ; 15
Pelzer ....... .....-- -t ---- 3 2
....g s o .....9 .--- 1 .-- ...
W jlj..... 'l . I ... . . 3 "11
. Belton.......... . 11 26 4.05
Greenwo.d......... 12 3 ... .... . Leav
Ninety six.... A 33 .. ... 3 ,- ...i e
"intrOnr.......--..-- -.. - - ----- -
Golidville ........ ........ .............. ....... AL
" Newber ...... .--- ---" :1 5 .
. Prosperity.......--.. - 92j
Ponltaria.. . . 45 .---.- ------- .
. A .sto. .... .....I .
.v otS ring....... -
.v 1shevTn .e......... ..... 07: 7 -....... - -....
Asheville. .. ..
H. ldnerl.'nvile...- -..- li' I.--- ...
Flat Reck.. ........-----.-11 53 -...... --- -
." -alula .........-... ----- A 1 .-------- .
i.)13 1, I
. Tryon.... ... . .. 2 12 A 3 --- ---
-- Spartanburg..-... ------- s u ... ..
Union ........... -..... 5 37 - . ..
1r Alston............. -------
I P.n! 31l 52 . c
('n utll'i .i .......I
- Co1lumbi3.......... 5 07 . 12 2010 52.
. Augus.......... I... ". .... t
- Charleston- : 915 .
(viaS ( R R)I 9 4-T --------
tvia A C L) 9 "l '-- --
Savannah- I I--- ---
(viaC& s) ..
*Daily. tDaily Except Sunday.
T HROUGH CA R .SERVICE.
On Trains Nos. 51 and 50. Pullman Sleepers LeaV
etween Cnar:eston and Hot Springs, N.C. via *
L. C. L. C olumbia and Spartanburg. Through - u.
'assen.gr Coach between Charleston ar.d
lorristown. via. S. C. Railway, Columbia
Tickets on sale at prir cipal stations to all c.
>oints. .4 .g-- n
fas. L. Taylor, Gen. Pass. A gent
D. Cardwell, Ass't Gen.Pass Agt. Columbia "
Sol Bans, Trafice Manager.
I -till continue to treat the di-eases of 4.
voen, both married and single. -
There is a physical cause of sterility a
n young married females which can-b .5
-emoved very ea.sily.
P' B. RUFF, M. D.
7'- . Sol
-- ~f~5 -, ! atp
Jewelry, Clocks, T
SILVER PLATED WARE,
ocket and Table Cutlery, WL
Watch Reparing a Specialty. Lv. 11
ED)UARDiS 808Lt Z, -
Newberry,'~S. C. - 11 -
Sen d me:$1.50 and I w,ill send you TH E Coi~ r
BIA W EEIt.Y ICEGIsTk..for Que-Year, and Ta
he AEHICAN FA MEE bOr One Yeqr. NS
Send me $Vt0 and I will senr .you THE ville,
OLUU31mA DAIIJ R E3ISTEa for One Yegar, and field,1
he A31EIIICAN FAR3IEa for One Yeai. PaSS
_______C. & G
send me $2.50 and I will send you THE -Sd
ouTiIlEls CHIINsTIAS A DvOCATE for One Year gp
u the AIIEcICAN FAuRMEaIor One year. -and fo
T he W eekly I ge-I st$e r pon
. -All t
s an EIGT-TPAGE PAPER. Folded. Pasted Wilmi
nt Trimmed. contamning Fifty-Six Columns
f Raing mlatter. It gives you full Tele- ~
raphiC Reports ats contained in he leading.
ew York Dailies, which get their dispatches T..M
om the same sonrce as Tue REGISTER,___
amely f romi the:r
New York Associated Press, j
*hich has Correspondents in every part of
ae world. The South Carolina news or TH E
EtsEa Is unsurpassed. We have Corres
ondents in aL parts of the State, snd our
harlestoni Correspondlence furnishes all Im
otait imatters occurring there, snpplemen
i by an interesting W1eekly Letter. The
t her departments of the p)aper are well sus-,EV
ined, and our Telegraphic Market Reports
re full and accurate.
Of THE REGISTER the Anderson Journal A I
a.ys: "THE REGIaTER is a paper that well
eserves a generous sapport fron the people an(] R
f South Carolina. both on account ot its Incap:
scord aud its int.rinsic worth." indisc
The Chester Reporter says: TH E REGISTER
ui nqestoably the best paper that has ROB
enpbeinCounbia sinice the war.
TIlE his on'
othern ?'hristIan Adif0tate seqat
Ian EG H T PAGE (4'-Co)LUMN) PA I?E R, cure
irimful of~ fresh and ente:taining mattereer
rr week. It autubers among its Urr s-.
mciets who conttribute weekly a: .e may 1
iny of tile most eminenit men ofthe- 5:tah- Var'lh
is Episcopal Chui:h. South. and of other
~noiations. The paper is gotten up in
i best manner as to its contents. andh is in thousa
i front rank of Religious .Jou-nalismn. It is Sell
rinted rom New Type, and the print is clearana
v beautiful. It is Folidr, P'asted and a
rimmed. Every family int the state ought two p
>take - religious niewspape-r, and THlE A- I).Th
rcATE will certainly pleasei those who sub. IH
:ribe for it. Price 52 a year. or #2 5; with
liE A3MEICAN FAR31ER. 4An
The American Farmer
a SIXTEEN PAGE AGICrLTURALt
O\ LY I f a' cknowledlgedIii m . rit.terest
ig nad iniOforrring to Farmers3I~ or all .:tin
our counttry. 4f it Mesar s. WRet & Buriruh
f he Pnn Yan (N. Y.) vin'eyar-li-t say:"W
link TE A MEItiCAN F'A1tii0344 on ?o the best
aricltural paperS pub)ig lied for the price- E
n ' Dolar petr annumi. Its il .ustlrati.ons of
ore, Cattwe. shleep. Swine and o~ther illus
'a ?ti'ns are su pert). and4 inl each or i:s several U
ipartnents- fhe Farm-Thie Iairy-'ilie
ill be foun-t. in eh tnmber. instructi e
ii intCeretingI. articles, "1 gmr- ater ivain1e to
rer y farmi-r w~ho reads ti-en than the:e.nnual
11).Cerition p)rice of the paper. It' Is. IN' SE
RORT, T:iE GRiEAT FAPJM P'APER OF THE
Remitby P. 0. Mlon. y Order, Check, Regis- I -
ced Letter, or Express, to F I
HAS. A. CALVO, JR., HI!
09i RichardsOn Street., . .j1ROCI
Lth Carolina RailWay CcmpaLV
[MENCING-SUTMAY JUNE '2 87,
0 A. M', Passenger rrains wil. rmr a
's, "Eastern time":
TO AND FROM CRARLESTON.
rt Columbia st::.'-6.0 a.m &S Va
)harleston...:..1 3 5
rt Charleston..-- 7.00 a m 4% p m
;olumbia.....1.45Ram 9.45p m
TO AND FROX CALDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
-am am pm p
rt Columbia.....6 50 745 56 0 - 53Y
pim pm -pm -n
,amden.........125 125s - 7 42- -42
WRST-(DAILY EXCEPT UNDAY.)
-am am pm- p1m -
rtCamden....... 745 745 330 330
am am pm- p ...
Columbia.......1025 1045 730 9 45
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
rt Columbia.......... 6.50 a m ..3; p.m
3ugusta........-----11.4G a m 10.25 pm - -
rt Angusta............ 6.10 a -m 4.40p '
;olunib.a...........1.4.5 a m 9.45,p ai
at Union Depot. Columbia. with Colum
id ureen,vil!e Railroad by'tratn arrivin
.5 A.M.-and departing at 5.33 P: M. ,Aso
;harlotte. Columbia and Augusa Rail
by same train to and from all pointson
roads to and from Spartanburg and be
by t rain leaving Charleston at 6 0up.mr.
,olumnbia at 6 50 a. in., with ' t!rough -
to Morristo- n. Tenn.
engers by these trains take Snpper at
harleston with Steamers for New Yor
n Tuesdays and Ym<t1ays with Steame
ekson.vilieand point$on the St. Johnr
aio with Charleston and Savannal
>ad to. and - from..- Savantah- -Ar :d
+ in P'lorida.
Augusta with Georgia and Cent -:
)a,ds to and from all points West au
At-E!ackvil-e to an from points o:.
v ell Railroad. Through tickets can- be -
ased to all ;points South and West, b"
D. McQt-ELEN. Agent, Columbia.
T)IN B. PECK. (ieneral Manager.
D. C. ALLEN. Gen. Pass. and Ticket AW
LANTIC COAST LINE.
tilmiagton, N. C., Nov. 27, 1887
st Line between Charleston, Coluni
ud Upper South Carolina and Wes
forth Carolina ..
Condensed Schedule -
No. 66. . No. 53.
e Charleston... 5 25ap m.
Lanes........ 3 p S34an
Sumter...... Sr7 pm 94am
e Columbia.... a 55 pn 1045am
Winnsboro. 319 P ,'
Chester.... 4 9 p
Yorkville a 59 p
Lanceaster... 7 05 p
Rock Hill... 5 2 pm
Charlotte . 15 p
Laurens..... 430 p n
Greenville . 540pm
Walhalla.... 6 35 p m
Spartan.burg 2 02 a 635 p . .
Hends'nville 5 ;3 a n
Asheville.... 7 00am
No. 23. No. 52.
Asheville .... 9 49 p 3m
e Henda'nville 1107 p 111
Spartanburg .2.30 a in1 430 a m
Abbeville'... 1 p55m - -
Walialla... .7 55 a nh
aAnderson... 952 a.m
Laurens... . 3 20 a i
Greenwood. . 12 56p m
Newberry .. 30 O5p m.
C harltte...xl 10m . s^
Rock ll.5.02p;m -
Yorkvile..4 253p m
Winsbo o. 23. 7pm2
Cparltanurg 30 a m: 4 30.am
Gn.a ree in.. av Chre
Reaurnis ...e olmia
Cheerl ... ge Aen
Columbian.-. 0 'in 1010P.
eSumter.........12 A x. .3
CLumbi.......9.40 " m 4
Retrnng leaves Colomba"5'3
, o4tp arrv.Calsttons94 ..
4d Tans4betopeeny Carleston and
nbia.rio. PeC. ,Foene-Im,~
de franc.btwen.alson and Esoe~
enger. otrua candge foisets on
oc,and all paseer s hould First
raellman lepesfoe Sleepinars
r gs.t n tra23 4e8.e. Svnnb
so Couan HoSrgs aN. C.orvia
rO.. F. IVINE,
GMeR,ne Pssne Agen.
rED Juyth, 1L85, oa
ilmington......... ? atue 20rP. m.en0t.
Flore. ndcyxc........12 or eal
ableLu.ture clal rve Dail. -
~Florience.......... 4:a 0 th awfu conA - -
grisfeyeror............ may he e5 53"
.recmaed ........... o14 a mo7 o4 a
'imt on ......... ..... effe" ual by
nNo. 43stpr at h ition -n
'Tisa Letuewt 2C a "oEn Bft
s Mron. tPeesaDes.rnemmos -
tamder setin an Esveor.- -
engers,nreito four Colmiendalpits -on
. aE. sa,pC. &A rE .Stis, e
Ni ress. Mdca o
ret ella Sleeper for. Savannah5
Dfor oumbia, AAgut and Gorg
ra.el lr eldeweChrsoan
ETT Bulbs.VINE.e -
. EMERS, n Pass HCAgt. -L