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WHAIT SHALL WE DO?
Then what must planters, far
mers, and white men generally do*
We answer go to work. What, in
the field? Yes, in the field. But
the white race can't labor in our
hot climate. Bah-I admit the ne
gro can beat the white man work
ing as well as sleeping, in a mid
day June sun, but I am not dis
wosed to admit that the negro
will do the most work in any term
of say thirty days. The intelligent
white man will be systematic, he
will begin labor at sunrise, with a
well cooked and nutricieis b.-eak
* fast in his stomach ; lie can stop at
ten o'clock, bathe, take a nap, eat
a dinner corresponding in nu
triveness to the breakfast, and read
books oi- newspapers, till four, then
he can labor till seven, having la
bored say at least six perhaps sev
en hours in the field. Mind, will,
and muscle combined, with its usu
al attendants of forecast and con
stancy, will work out in five years,
working only six hours per day, in
comparably grander results than
can be gotten from the negro for
love or money, though he may pre
tend to or actually does fitfully la
bor from ten to twelve hours per day.
The negro has almost an instinct
ive conviction possessing him that
the white man can beat him at any
thing he goes at, and thinks it is
the white man's education ; but the
history of his race does not give
us any instances of educated labor
worthy ofnote. Exceptional cases
of pretty' well to do black farmers,
I am told, occasionally occur in the
Western States, stimohated by the
example of the whites, and are but
exceptions to the rule left to hitu
self, to make and sustain a public
opinion. Among his own race, ed
ucation does not incline him to ag
riculture, he seeks the jobbing
trades, porterships, clerkships, and,
notably in the reconstruction States,
every office he can get.-J. W. C).,
in the Rural Carolinian.
"MoNEY IN THE GARIDEN"
AND hEALTH ALso.--The vegeta
ble garden is generally considered
too small a matter for the cotton
planter to- give any attention or
thought to it. It is Mirs. Planter's
dlomain. Very well ; the arrange
ment is not a bad one, providIed
madam has a taste for gardening,
and provided, further, that a god
handl is placed at her dispcsal
wh*never garden work requires it.
To'o often no help can be spared
from the cotton and the corn, when
needed, aiud the grass overruns ex
e:rything. Thie garden might as
well have never been planted.
"But cotton pays" (sometimes.)
you say "snap beans, sugar corn,
squashes, and okra don't." Cot
tou would not pay if treated as you
treat your garden crops. But a
good garden, judiciously planted
and well cultaa ztedi, doeS pay. No
acre on your whole plantation, we
venture to say, pays half so well.
lt pays first and heavily in the mon
cy it saves, and it pays again in
health and the enjoyment which its
p)roduhcts give, in wholesome and
needed articles of diet, saving mon
ey, again, in the avoidance of heavy
dloctors' bills. Pray do not neglect
the gaiden, and don't confine its
erops to snap beans and collards.
Have a plenty of tomatoes, e*gg
planits (Guinea squash,) okra, Sieva
be:ms, squashes, beans, carrots and
the other good things so often enu
uerated in the Rural Carolinian.
(RLural Carolinian, April N~o.
Borts.--Make a plaster of mo
lasses and flour, or honey and flour,
and aIpply it as often as they get
dry. If very painful, make a soft
poultice of bread and milk moisten
ed with volatial liniment And laud
num. It will ease pain, allay inflamn
tion and hasten a cure. Remedies
for cleansing the blood should be
To keep up the fertility of our
pastures, itis evident that we must
do our best to check the growth of
such :a vegetation as is rejeated by
stock. But it isnot enough to de
stroy the useless and injuriou.
plants; we must encourage the
growth of the valuable ones. How
shall these objects be completed?
THE DIET FOR A IVUlTE WoltK
INGMAN.-This great bugbear, and
scarecrow of the unhealthiness of
laboring whites, needs some ex
a-nination. It is much more fright
ful in prospective, than when ap
proaehed. It may be doubtfil
whether the white man can live and
work in a highly malarious region,
s c;!I the iiegro; but he imiust live C
3s a whi:e Umn ought, and work i
Only as a white man can-that is, s
t..ke all the advantages which his
s-perior intelligence affords him.
Corn bread and bacon, and the lat
ter fried crisp, often till the gravy
beconts ahuost corrosive, is regard
ed as a laborer's diet, or the basis of
it. My observation as a medical
practitioner has taught me that no
man white or black, can labor long
in our climate on such fare, and be
healthy. Chronic, or sub-acute
inflammation of the mucous coat
of the stonach is no more common
with the laboring whites, than
b:acks, the latter suffer greatly and
al most universally with it, when con
fired to bread and bacon diet. I
have thought that if any man
ought to live on corn bread and
bacon, it ought to be he who
does nothing, or does light work
in the shade, -and if any one
rea'ly does require beef, mutton,
fowls, eggs, milk, butter, and the
most nutricious pastry, to sustain
and strengthen him this one is the
man who labors in the field. Such
diet, with the observance of the com
mon laws of health, will rob manual
labor of much of its terrors as re
spects disease.-J. W. 0., in the
Rural Carolinian, April No.
MUST THE OLD PLANTATION f
SYSTEM BE ABANDONED i-It is
the opinion of our intelligent cor
respondent, J. W. 0., that the
old system of working large plan
tations with gangs of negro labor
ers is no lor:ger practicable, and
his views are shared by a large
number, probably, a majority, of
our people. That this system has
generally proved a failure, since
the war, is a fact that can hardly
be called in question. The cause of
this failure, however, is not always,
we think, looked for in the right
place. It is generally attributed
to the inefliciency and unreliability
of negro labor. This has had
much to do with it in many cases,
no doubt; but behind this lie two
potent elements of failure; 1. Lack
of capital, involviag a recourse to
the credit :ystem, and exorbitant
prices, and the payment of ruinous
rates of interest; 2. A lack of the
ability or skill to judiciously man
age free negro labor. Growing
out of the first of these .causes,
there is also, in many cases, a
lack of ability to command the
best negro labor, and to secure fi
delity and (fficienCy by the prompt
paynment,in cash,of adequate wages.
Are not these the true causes why
the large plantation system is at
Ipreseat 'generally impracticable,
rather thar*he inherent unreliabil
ity of our labor?
[Rural Carolinian, April No.
T H E J.AsA PEA As A TABLE
EG.xETABLE.-In regard to the Japan
Peas as a ve.get:ible, opinions differ
widely, one pronouncing it the best
of all the pea or beau tribe, while ano
thecr assures us that it is "fit only for
mnules and swine." We have growni
it for seveni or eight years as a garden
crop, and esteem it one of the best
vegetables we have. T1o our taste, no
other pea or bean even approaches it
ini riehuess and delicacy of flavor and
we believe it is as wholesome and nu
tricious as it is palatable. Tastes dif
fer. however. and all do not like it.
We have not tried it. to anty extent,
as fo,od for stock, but know that mules
Iand horses are very foud of the plantl
inm its green state.
The mau.m difficulty~ with it as an
article of human diet, seems to be that
it is haird to cook, and when not prop.
erly cooked, doubtless hard to eat.
We.use them both in the green and the
dry state. As green peas. they should
be treated like Lama or Sieva Beans,
except that they require longer boil
ing.Whendry, they should be soak
ed over night or at least twelve hours
before cumnmencing to cook them;
thenu boil in soft water till well done;
or better, after partially boiling, put
them in a suitable deep pan, with a
piece of mecat, and, bake in a hot
oven, after the nmauiner of Yaukee
'pork and beans."
( Raral Carolinan. April No.
Draining causes the rain to sink
through considerable thickness of;
soil before it.runs off, and hence it.
cauises less loss of nutritive matter
than is occasioned by rain was hing
soil, as it does in andrained lands,
carrying off to the streams and riv- <
ens much of the valuable nutritive
matter that abounds on the sur
OYsT ER FR1TTERS.-Make a thin
batter with eggs and milk. Drain
the oysters, put them in this batter,
and then fry them brown in lard.
Wood for winter should have been
cut and piled n>onths ago; but if you
have neglected it go to the woods and
'do the work at.once.-Agricultur~st. I
,omprising Charlotte, Columbi
Columbia & Augusta, W
Seaboard & Roanoke
Railway and Ste
Transporting Freights to and from Steams
aouth. Virginia, wit hout draying, transfers, or
o and froin all points Sout h. Being posessed
zf traile. the Management invites attention to
ehich equal all others in prompt movement, <
Informat ion of the forwarding of articles is
ignees. and all elkims for loss. damage and ov(
f the Line, named herein.
SCHEDULE OF C
;AY LINE STEAMERS, - - - - -
LNNAMESSIC LINE STEAME1:S. -
d. CLYDE STEAMEI-S,
)LD D' MINION STEA MERi. Mondays, Tuesd
&ERCHANTS & MINERS' LINE,
JlERCIIANTb & 31INERI LINE. -
ALTIMORE & SOUTHERN TlANSPORTATI
HlI.ADELPHIA & SOUTHERN STEAMSHIP
;onnecting at each place with rail Iines for all
'en' rates are given and guaranleel.
The following naimed Agents North will at1
V. I. FITZGEltaL), No. 4, Post Office Ave
.BUG ESS, 7: Snith's Wharf.
.E. ItRAINERD..397 ]Broadway.
speciully arranged for the movement of Cott
.eave fCOLVNIllI - 11.0.m
rrive at WI LMINGTON - G( a.m
.eave WI LINGTON - - 2.N) p. In.
Lrriveat Portsmouth - 2.oJ p. m.
tConnecting with inward Freiglit TrI- ins fr
;harlotte Division of Carlotte. Coltinhia and
*Connecting closely with outward-bound
*Connecting closely with inward-bound
Connecting with out Freight Trains of Gre
otte 1)I vision of charlotte, o nlubia anil Augu
Lugusta to Baltimore, 4 Days; Augusta
New York, 6 Days: Augu
A- For all information, Blank Rills of Lad
'llowing Southern Agents of the Line:
F. W. CLARK,
Assistant General Freight Agent,
Feb. 27, 7tf. Wilinigton, N. C.
rurbine Water Wheel,
POOLE & HUNT, Baltimore,
Manufacturers for the South and Southwest.
Cearly 7000 now in use, working under
heads v-arying from 2 to 240 feet !
24 sizes, from 5; to 06 inches.
Che most powerful Wheel in the Market,
And most economical in use of Water
4rge ILLUsTRA TEL> Pamphlet sent post free
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO. OF
ortable and Stationary Steam Engines and
oilers, Babcock & W ilcox Patent Tubulous
toiler. Ebaugh's Crusher for Minerals. Saw
tnd Grist 5Mills. Flouring Mill Machinery,
dlachinery for White Lead Works and Oil
Mills, Shafting Pulleys and R angers.
SEND FOR CIRCULAES.
Feb. 25, S-Gm.
[ron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG,
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
edl Solution of the P'rotoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an alimnent, as
easily diLgestedl and assimilated |
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantiity
of Nature's Ou'n Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, andl
cur)e's 'a thionsand ills," simply
by, Toning up, IncigoratIing and
VitatlizingJ the System. The en
riched anid Vitalize<d bloo<d per
meareCs everly paLrt of the body,
repairing damafges and Wraste,
seairching, out mnorbid secre
tions, anid leaving nothing for
disease to feedl uponL
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remed y in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Comi
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoa, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Loss of Constitutional Tigor,
Diseases of the Kiidneys aind
B~ladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
ci bad st-ate of the blood, or ac
comfpanlied by dlebility o:' a low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any fornm, its
etnergizing eff'ects are not fol~
rowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are pcermanent, iufu
sing strength, vigor, and new
rife into all parts of the system,
rind building up an Iron Con
Thousands have been chan ged
y the use of this remed y, from
weak, sickly, suff'ering ca
uares, to strong, healthy, and
rappy men and women ; and
n alids can not reasonably hes
~tate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has P ERU
V IAN SY RU P blown in the glass.
ETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. 1 Mlton Place, B5ostoni.
S oz.o li ]Y D et 's I:NJ;1LaA L L .
'e Wdos' 2nd Ofr lans FrIendl Sociiv,f
NE;WARCK, N. .
Casil CAPITAL, $25,000I.00.
Any healthy man, between the ages of 18
uad 65 years. umy become a member of this
ME MBEIIs CoNTRIUCTIoNS.
Juarterly. Annually..Annually. sickness.
$150 $275 $525 $400
3 00 5 50 l10t 50 800
G00 11 00 21 00 1600
900 1; 50 :;i 50 24 00
12 00 22 00 42100 32 00
15:00 27 50 52 50 40 00
1l 00 3300 63 00 48 00
Hoy. JOHN WHITEHEAD.?President,
Address. BENJ. G. HERI OT.
Special A gent,
Mount Pleasant, near Charleston, S. C.
~he Piedmont & Arlington Life Insurance Co.,.
Of RICH MOND, VA.
tssets January 1st,1L, - - - $1.700.945 00
)ividends to Policy Holders. 1$i2, S0 "9 00
teserve, being amount necessa
ry to re-insure all Risks.. - - - .4m. .50 09
BEN.J. G. HERIOT,
Mount Pleasant. near Charleston, S. ('.
Dnc a 4o....s It
a and Augusta. Wilmington,
ilmington & Weldon,
t, and Connecting
Aip Wharves at Wihnington and Ports
exposure to weatther. nd in through cars
Lf miiiple equipinen for all the necessities
the Transportation facilities of this Line.
areful handlin-. unbroken tranbit and low
regularly tramia tutted to Shippers aid Con
ar e promptly inive-ti-ated by Agents
- Daily, 7 p. m.
ondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 4 p. m.
- Tuesdays and Saturdays, :t 4 p. im.
tys. Wenvesdays. fThursdays aid S4turdays,
p. mn.. and extra shrips whenever neessarv.
- - Tuesdays and Fridays.at 1 p. In
Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 4 p. im.
)ton, N. C.
)N COMPANYS.sTEAMERs, Wednesdays
COMPANY'S ATEAMEIIs. Everv Tueslay.
New England towns. to which fowet cur
end, in all respect.4, to the patrons of this
1. W. KILGORE, 44 South Filth Street.
i.t. KEITH. -6 Wahntnstrect.
C COAST LINE."
ni and Merchandise tn une<palled tune.
.eave *P10tTMOUTI - 7.15 1). in.
\rrive at WI LM INGTON - 5 30 p.m.
..eave WIl.MINGTuX - - .:0 p.m1U.
krrive at tCOL.UMIIA - - 5.00 p. m'
m21 Grenuville and Colonia Railroad, and
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York and I
emnille anil Colunibiat Railroad, and Char
to Philadelphia,6 Da)s; Augusta to
sta to Boston. A Days.
ing, Through Rates, etc., etc., apply to the
General Freight Agent,
Wilmington. N. C.; 317 Broadlway, N. Y.;
and Coluibia. S. C.
WILL BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS:
$50 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
$55 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
PAYABLE NOVEMBER 1, 1874,
BPREE OF INTEREST.
FR EIGH T AlND DRAYAGE TO BE ADDED,
1T1S SUCCESS IS
AND ITS STAND)ARD IS
A No. 1a
&CID PKOSPHA TI
$33 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
$38 PER TON OF 2,000 lbs.
Payable November 1, 1874,
FREE OF INTEREST.
FREIGHT AND DRAYAGE TO BE ADDED,
FOR SALE BY
A. J. McCAUGHRIN &
00., Newberry, S. C.
11. S. BOOZER & Co.,
Prosperity, S. C.
[E0. WV. IIIMS & O.,
At Charleston, S. C.
Jan. 14. 2--4m.
['he LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTON
.)apital for gardens also.
'o form an idea of its great adaptability and
ronderful merits, conme and examine. An
ivoice just received by
FHE WALTON HOUSE,
MORGANTON, N. C.
JNO. C. MALLARD,
irst-class Livery Stable in connection with
~e House. Aug. 27, 34-3m.
ENX II ANI AMERICAN I
.\At INE=, C1l:(l..1\. SAWS. 31ILL
)Ui..!G, an4 'ItI MMIlNG MATE
IIEl.TlNG. .ALL Kl
HOUSEKEEPING AND F1
At'tCUu.t'jAI. 13PLEMENTS. LIME.
FiNCll unt A MEIlNCAN WIN1OW
SHOT ),ELTS, FLASKS, P4
At the Sign of the G
Feb. -251, -tt*.
M. GOLDSMITU1. * P. E IND1.
RPIX IRON WORKs,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
GOLDSMITH & KFu,
foundes aod M chiWists,
Have always oni hind
Stationiary Steam En1gines
and Boilers for Saw
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
CASTINGS of every h ind In Iron or Brass.
We guarantee to furnish Engines and
Boilers Uf as oOUd innliy Ind power. and
at as low rates as ei be had in the North.
We manni tacture, also, the GADDIlY 13
PROVED WATER WHEEL, whieb we re
couimtend for power, simplicity of construe
tion, durability and cheapness.0
We wurrant our work. and assuri! prompt
ness and dispatch in tilling orders.
GOLDSMIThi & KIND,
Jan. 14, 2-tf. Columbia, S. C.
1873 Fall and Winter.181
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
We are now receiving one of the
BEST and LARGEST STOCKS of
ready made Clothing that was ever
handled in this Market. If you want
the VERY BEST CLOTHING and
HATS and SHIRTS, at M10DE
RATE PRICES, call and see, and
judge for yourself if we do not keep
the BEST at tihe LOWEST PRICE
of any House in thle State.
We sell the BROADWAY SILK
KIAT. & WILEY,
COLU31BIA, S. C.
Nov. 5, 44-tf.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
The Cincinnati Gazette makes the Aon
ishing announcement that Cimeinnati beer
is no longer pure, hut adultera ted with mo'
lasses, sugar of stareb, fusel oil and the
poisconous colehicum. The Comminssion er
of Agriculture, in his report fur I S5. say s
that Prof. Mapes, of New York, anauly zed
the beer from a dozen different brewerie",
andI found aill of it adlulteratedl. Coeculus
Indicus and nux vomica entered largely in
to its compo.iton.
J. C. SEEGERS guarantees bi; beer to be
pure and reliable. He does not adulterate
it, but brews from the best baurley, malt and
Stationery and Binding.
NEW T1TIONER1 HlOUR
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
sonme building immediately opposite the
Phonix office, on Main street, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description;
Flat Papers of Cap, Demny, Double-Cap, Me
diem, Royal, Super-Royal, and. Imaperial
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or'
manufactured into Blank Books of any sir.e,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
ENV TELO PES
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARClHrlECTS and DRAUGHITSMEN will
find a complete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets ai rolls,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in enkes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of cu
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
Also, S most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine. Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and iBack
gammon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in a
First Ulass Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
He will still conduct his BINDERY and!
BLANK BOOK MA NU FACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, which
has been in successful. operation for over
thirty years in this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. His stock will be ke-pt tip full and
cornpjlete, and his prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
PtnsE.* R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 153, 4n.-ti Oppo ite Phonix Ofilee
THE ORPHANS' FRIEND,
A PAPER FOR THE FAMILY CIRCLE.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
CAE~OLINA ORPHAN HOME.
One year, In advance,--- -- - ---- 00
Six months, in advance. -- -- ----1 0
To all Ministers, One Dollar per Annum.
RATES OF ADvYERT1SING RE~ASONAI.
All the profits of this paper are usedl in
supporting dtestttute orphans. We want
every one who reads this to subscribe.
Address, -R.C. OL IVER,
Spt Carolina Orphan Home,
Jan. 21. 3-tI'. Spartanburg. S. C.
11.14A .-. . it i. \ . CL.
11ALi 1:lit1:.I:ld L.E.\TI;EA:
NDS OF TOOL..
CEMENT. P'L.A-TI:t. P'AINTS. 016
GLAS!4. GI'N-;. INFLf..'IT..
A, S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
I 80 hEI 110USE1
GEO. S. HACKER'S
Door, Sash and Blind Factory,
EING, WP'OSITE CANNON tTREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The only house of tie kind in this City
ownied4 and inamiged by a Carolinian.
A Large Stock always on hand, and sold at 2C
per cent. less than Northern prices.
Address. GEO. S. 11AC-:Iift,
P. 0. Box 170. Charle,ton, S. C.
.Jan. 1, %,I -' -1 L
ACT R IC
.E M wam 2Sp .rea,
Brdch&Xew&b etmuG b
S Aleldirle ;Foornd Din
. AllWork Warrantecl.
LR H~ALL& CO~
,4,U, 8,7O, darAet Street.
2:0, 22$, ?LIst. BEr
C HA RL ESTON, S. C.
This Cut entered accordin;: to Act of Congres
in the year 1872. by I. 11. 11A 1.1, & Co.. in t be o
fice of the J.ibrarian of Congress, at Washingtoi
June 25r, 173-2-1v.
ELLSWORTII, BENSON &
Dt PoRTt.ls OF
Brandies and Champagnes
No. :30 l1ROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Sole Agenats in the U'nited States for the
WINE HOUSES of C. C. BENSON & C0,
OF 131.M1, COGN AC .m> LONDON.
Qur IHtnIon's Fine Old Golden Grap
Gognac is the, fie.t ilrandy ever exporte
fr1om a French vineyarid, and can be prc
cured only fromut . Price per case C
twelve jin.irts, 8:. I Also 'Thampagne.:
Sherries and P'or: of the linest flaivors, an
all from the v inevards of C. C. Uenison
PICEi LisT. Sent free on application.
Fe b. 25, 8--2mi
Farmers and Gardeners
anl persons who wisn to raise the
LARGEST AND BEST CABBAGES IN THE WORLD
should sendi Tw enty-iive cents for one pack
age of imported
ALSATIAN CABBAGE SEED.
Cabbages oft lie linest eiuality and weigli
ing upwari of Sixty pounis, may bie raise<
in anzy part of the United States tronm thes,
Each packagfe (conttaininE an1 1an1c, wil
be senlt, Jr ce of pio'tage. to an1y addreOss. 01
receipt of thet price, f> eents eh. or liv.
pckages for jUe DoIllar.
Full directionsi ho w and wvhen to plant ac
comp uany each1 pacik ag.
Addreas. .M. M. lIEYNAL & Co.,
S' Amnity Street,
.\far. 18. 11-71. Nuw York City.
A des.irible STORE ROOM on Main Street
between Marshall's & Phiuer's.
A~pply at on1ce to
MRS. D. MOWER.
Sep. iC', 3t;-tf.
Interesting to All.
My term of oflice havmng expired, I re
spectfully notify all persons who had liens
deeds or mortpages recorded during mn3
term of ofTice, to call on Messrs. & Jones
Joes, who will deliver the sanme.
Nov. 27, 4S-tf. TloS. M. LAKE.
REESE & CARROLL,
SHmING .IND) .IIIR DRlESSIN(
North of the Pollock House,
Room newly titted and furnished, and gen
tlemen attended to with celerity, after thu
most approved styles. Nov. 2'2. 47-tf.
PRiCES NOT REDUCED.
The ProprVIietor~i of the Wheeh-r Hlous<
wobli respuettflly inuformn the tra&veli:i" pub
lie that, in order to4 minitain the reputatior
of his House as a tirst eclass Hotel, lhe wil
coitinue his prices as hieretofolre, and guar.
antees to give that satisfactiont which hab
secured to the House the reputation it now
has. T. M1. POL LOGK,
Nov. 12, 45-tf. Prop: ietor.
The Newberry Hotel.
0. 0. CHASE, Proprietor.
Th.s Hotel h as undergone recent repairs.
and is now more comfortable and well up
pointed than ever. With a well-kept table,
ood rooms, attention to every want, and
abliging servants, the traveling public will
nd it all they can ask for.
In addition~ there is a first-class bar-room
where the b>est of wines, liquors and segars
can be had, and also a billiard-roonm at
The Livery sta-ole belonging to the Hotel
is also well supplied.
Sept 2.5 tf
-. VE.CETA BL E,
/IVE R. PI'
THE BEST ADVICE THAT CAN BE
given to persons suffering from Dyspep'ia,
Liver Complaint, Constipation, Colic. Sick
Headache, Chills and Fever, Nervous Debili
ty, or of any disorder of the stomach, liver or
kidneys, is to tone, cleanse and regulate them
i by the use of
DR. TuTT'S VE(ETABLE LIVER PILLS.
They act very mildly, yet thoroughly restore
the functional action of the digestive organs
and the intestines, and renovate the whole
system. They produce neither nausea, grip
ing or weakness. and iny be taken at any
time without change of diet or ecetipation.
Price 2 cents a box. Sold by all druggi!ts.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye
Possesses qualities that no other dye does.
Its effect is instantancous. and so natural
that it cannot be detected by the closest ob
server. Being harmless and easily applied,
it is in general use among the fashionable
hair-dressers in every large city in thu United
Price 41 a box. Sold everywhere.
SCROFULA, ERUPTIVE DISEASES OF
THE SKIN. ST. ANTRONY'S FIRE, ERfY
SPEL AS, BLOTCHES. TU7MORS. BOIL.S.
TETER, AND SALT RHEUM, SCALD
H1EAD, RIINGWOR.M, RrlEUM3ATISM.
PAIN AND ENLARGEMENT OF TiliE
BlONES. FEMALE W EAKNESS. STERILI
Ty, I.EUCORREH A OR Wil'l rS. WOMB
DisEASS. In-(.PSY. WIIllTE S ?iELL
IN(S SYPHILIS. KIDNEY AND LIVER
CO5PLAINr, .ME1CURIAL TA INT, AND
PILES. all procee,I fror, impure blood.
DR. TUTT'S SARSAPARTT.T.A
is the most p werful Blood Puritier known
to medical science. It enters into the circula
tion and eradicates every morbitic agent; reno
Vates the svsteIn; producek a beautiful com
Plexion and can%es the body to gain flesh and
increase in weight.
KEEP THE BLOOD HEALTHY
and all will be weli. To do so, nothing has
ever been otl'ered :hat can compare with this
valuabjle ve.etable exIraer. Price -1.00 a
a bottle. S Ihl b :ill)Drugist-. Office 48
Corilard. Street, N. Y. Anpr. 1. S-ly.
Dr. D. S. PERRY'S
These 11itters n:u-t becomrlo the mivcrsal
renedy of the age. There is nothing like
them or to ypui tien under th-: 'n. They
restore the v.cak, in.virate tie feebl, and
-i%c new life aid tono to the t:okenl down
system). In rniasnatie aind inaiarlo-is dis.
triets tiey are worth a slip load of (.uininc
powders and pills. 'They are especial1v
adapted to persons suffiering fromn
Dyspepila, Liver Complaiits,
Chilis and Fever and Piles.
To Delicate Females
L:idies, old or yong, will find these Bit
ters especially adlap'ed to diseases peculia
to thteir sex. Nervousn~ess, L.issitumde
Want of A ppeti:', mind (Gener.mI Debility, al
Iyield to thme :magie chamdm of these ineati
mnab!e ii: ti-s.
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
HEAR WHAT IS SA.D.
HEAR WHAT IS SAIID
"Wonderf-ul ':Y-ets haveW r1-oulted fron
"*ly CillIt, are gone. -a m:u.i dl believe
"'Send nme on'- ca-- 1n: vrs liMtters aini
Nothing lik i- -rm hire "
"I e-neio,- atti la t of roe (:t.... 1 hadii t<
do so to coince '.i you of the wondiertu
"Mnurely t heiy are iii he most del ighitful win,
tonic in the woirld."*
"Dr. Wiil-on r-ays that yon are a publi<l
"Hurrahm ' o more l?iiOumati*ni."
--No) mor, iheadace-, tha:nks to) you."
We could filt th:i raper twice over witl
just such genuine extracts, butt I he ambovt
mtust auflee. Our llitters are- prepatred mitn
der .the sul>erisionr of lir. D. S. P'?aI:v
Member of the Royal College oif Pihysiciarn
antd Smrrgeons, Londuon, England, and of t h
MedicaleClinic of Glmaow.
All orders shmould be addressed to To
PER RY A ROMfA TIC BIT TE R CO).,
42 Courtland Street,
NEW YORK, U. S.
The Bitters are sold eith.r by the bottle or case
at $1 per bottle..
Pri es irn se:alinig l-ete: feor ivie ast
their di,sea-es wt il onfe-: r. idi a vor lby
givin ii arnei ot t'ountyr as weell asn- Towi:
where theyv re.-ide. It will save usa won
derful arununtft of ;bne- and annmoanice ii
this uvill bei oher..!
TEPERRY AROMATIC BITTER COMPANY,
TE 42 C( t rLAN NIETi .
SIMMONS'lHEPA TIC COMPOUND
Is pronounced biy DrI. ( A. Simurmons, who
was the tormeri prrieitor of 0 Simmltons
Liver Retgulattor. as heinog tar superior to
any Liver .\edicine no,w orYered the publi.
It has a large cireculat mon aind is st i gaimnin;
groutnd. Althoughi tIs is a new purepara
tioni we unhie-si?ttgly -ay we ewn piroduce
a s good ceretiticate-s from as goot men as 1.
ourt~land canm furniishi.
This M'ieicin, is now fot salte at Mannfiac
ture-rs rates tby
DR. W. F. PRATT,
Sole Agent for this place.
E. L. KING & SONS,
MANUFAtCTURERS AND PROPILETORS.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Feb. 25, 8--ly.
DR. GREEN'S FIT CU/RE,'
The Great Remedy for Epilepsy,
Wa:kefunlness,ati-s plrompt ly, o:tent atrr.tin:g
the Fits fronm the :trst day's use even where
they have existedl for yea.
01POND) E.X. 00MYDALIS !
The Great Vegetable AliteratiYe,
cerofuila, Seceondary Syphalis. Eruptions on
tihe Skini, andi alt diseases arising troum im-i
chit is .'Astums an alrml ~i Iase. of - th .air
pasage= and Lumngs. By it. t iey usec
mainy suos ca'iul -:,es oft Consution are111.1I
promplti. relieved andI thre Lungs restored
NE/R ALGI A SP EC IF/C I
A prompt. pJositive andu p)ermlanenit relief
for the excruciat tig pints of Neuralgia,
Rhenmat ism anid Sciatica.
For sale by Dr. S. F. FANT, Newberry, S. C.
Prepared only by
ORS. GREEN, UINDLEY & BENTLEY,
Dec. 17. 5u-1-t. CHARLOTTE, N. C.
IDR. H. BAER,
WHOuLESALE AND) RETAIL
DR UG GIST,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 5, 18-tt'.
FOR ALLTHINGS ARE NOW READY
H1avig :st reti:n ; from :he Northern
Cits, al- th.e NatiCnal PIhlo:oraph'ic As
'ocitio a la.falo, I ~ie: enerprepared
to do ;:ood wo- t!.an ever befor', by the
zdvantages ot the iateit impruveiients, and
th e prt:ies' . l .
mv t i arger thitonk ever, al."! anong
which are, a r!n ltof
Picture PaperWeights, &c.
I am prep:.:ed to take
Copying and Enlarging Old Pictures,
Taking Residences, &c.
Call v.,hile the peettv weather lmst: ; re
member that delays are dangerois, and do
'not put it oif.
A proof is ahwvays furnished for inspection
before the pictire is printed.
The surest way i- to comwe at once aid
get pictures at tie Newberry Gllery of the
ever ready Phiotogrophr
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 8, 4!-tf.
PII0TOGRIPI ill ER-1
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Visit,)rs to the e r ar:
Vited to vi i:t my1V ioo:is, V."atve c: a i Seen
spI ci s of ih :res in :r'! Of. r .\
Satisfaction guarano-edc i.il pr:it cher. p
A. M. RISER,
Ocel. 1,:.-t.Ph r -
lrhe uit'der.-*gned wid hes toI if to h: i:
former patruns and the publie general!y
that he e.xaects Lo open a MAEI S'1101,
at Greenwoull, A bbvI o: , (n Oi: 1
MONDAY IN JAN1AR.Y NEN!'
Students pre; l.d for all.. oe. ti::
aInv wish to ezt..r.
RA:es of ttit;ion m!odrat. I.rd can b<
I had tfr f 12 per :,oth, veis:i ot ws
For further par:lenlar, ar .
SP. PIFER, A. M.,:cpa
I Miss FANNIE LEAVELL,: Assistant
Prof. F. WERBER, : : Musical Dp
The NEXT SE4SIW N of this SCi100
will be-i:i niSh SEPTE iER, IS~;;.
S.S tpracte i of a
c. e ..rn .i! " ti : c: ed-. tim n bi
o e a this School .. t an F d
I ePair in the.it.
Turon fro:ni 12.ai to $2a..> ; r Se-nior
P~aid1 ini :iva::ee or ,aitm:c ri ; :enrd.
pio:sdin cat be (i;t:ie.a a. r :.iiderat
Fi'r par: :eui;a:-, inqure of S. P. 11007.F.1
Sec. Id., or o
AX. IP. P1 FER, Ptri.cia.
Adstudy in tihe great.\erpisot
Missisripp: ae a fidh . e:pioyrmenr.
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Established 14 Years!
And hais furnished mre bursine-s ment
graduate than ten O:!wr im:ilar irs i:Utct.
To Young Men Seeking Em
We~ guaranutee to procure' simt:inO oni con
pletion of cou:se, or rte:unrd .A en:rr tees.
iana, Arah . ..,- .t2---,'; j i7:i .\ laba:n
Sendur for l'irculars of thi- t;!E.\T~ i'usi
NES'. -SI oOL, to
21o and 21 N. 4:th St.
.July :;r, '7::-:,u -iy.
Carriag es, l *agoux, tr
BiGGIES 1\D tIIIRIAGE
Made and Repaired
At their shops at Newberry, S. C., b;
T WORK WARRANTED AND 3AT
TSFACTION GUARANTEED. JT
Mr. Jackson Taylor, wel known inth
comunUity, stuperintends the Wa;;ont amt
Garriage D epartmaents.
BLA~rCi'SMITIlNG~ ,f all d oe
C. M. HARRIS,
Cabinet Maker&a Undertaker
Has un hand antd will mahe to ordier., ed
steads, Bureauis, W..rirobe', sa:'es, Sota
Settes, L Ounge;, &e.
Cabinret wtork of? all khdindmadec and re
pairedl oni ie.I teri.
Has tn han.:1 a fulil suppjly rf Mic:!ie, t1a
hogarny and! IR,ewood. 8uri Carse'i
Corila mn .d': or iler at short Lotice, aut
Oct 9 4U tf. .MAitTIN-H1A RIS.
Fisk8 M8talIiC DNraI C088s
THE SEBSCRIBER~ ..as consta:::;v oi
hand a full assortmaett of the above- appi oVr
cases, of differe.nt patterns, besides co:lin.
of Is own make, all of which he is preparer
to furnish at very reas~onuab!e rates, wit!
pronmptness and despa:ch.
Persons desirous of having eases sent b
railroad will have them sent free of charge
A Hearse is always on hand and will b<
furnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continuatior
of the samre, and assures the public tha
no effort on his part will be spatc/ to render
the utmost satisfaction.
R. B. C HA2MAN,
ewberry S. C., July 31.
.Atlanta and Richniond Air Line
T:e .,Inwing I:.n..-nr Schedaie will be
nIt~~ e. : at- dy.3 rc 1t 1' P
1:un by N:4 C.t, aan
Le rav At: t.. .. .... C
.c . e . i .....................
i e :. :... . .... ....... U1 a
Ia ve C t.. .......... . ....... a in
Arri-.e at 41-.t, t .................. ... ...... S.ut; p in
- GoIG soru-E.xie ImN.
Leave Charlotee...................---....---. .. 6 12 a um
.eave bpa l .. b r................................1'- 15 a IL
Lxave G :! ....- ......I..'e...--.-- -----.------ - . -123 :r i
Le:ave setca City .................. .I.. n. .
. rtri. e itt A il'annita....... . ....--. ---------.. ... 9.1 p in
.. A -:E. En;:. & .up't.
T0m:., I:T.M . SCHE-:DULE..
C harlite. CtJ libiIt & Auusta R. H.
C:. r .S C.. Fvbrun ry 1'. 3
m ::l'::-egr chwedule will .e ope
rated u-.ia rTu.My.mhhsaa
(:o N' anim .
N Train. Xv. 4 Ti.
I.cave \ . ........ A . . I. ' .
I.Lave G i i ....... 7. A. 3. 11 P. M.
Lt-;ve Iv l' t -,-; ' .. .. ., 0 A- - -
It .a A . 31. 1.3-1. m.
t4.24 L' . M1. 15.;A 31.
Arrive Trt . 4u P. 3L. '5.1 A. S .
nwid. to ;,I poiws North arrivin- at Newr York
at 6.0') .. No. Tiiin makes close cln-:c
ti('1 vil R:chmond. to afl points No:-th. irriy
in', New Yoirk .,t 4 15 1 ..11.
1 Train. No. Train.
e ........ . A. 31. 9.JU I'. 31.
...........J.4 A. 3f. 11.3S P. M .
Le:ve<'n:m m .. . . 5 1' M. 1.10 .1. 11.
L.-4. . . . . 31 5.43 A. M .
L.- . 1 7.4 A. 3.
A rr ive . : -:........8 5 I..1 5 - 1
- Dr.:wwL.r :: AmMl:..--;: i"I:e
-old. a:d 1"aggag! cicked to
* . I :: Y. e e;:Ticke A. .e t.
..M \:-:. t-neral Sperittendent.
Grenill f Columbia Railroad.
Nih Tri::.n Soth1 CaroliJa Railroad. up
a0 down. ::ut w1:lQ WTans ;;ilig NVIt - .1.d
CAIKnbiA :and Atiu-ta
ilr, a Wilmington,. Columbia and Au
Ca e '0 0 :; .... .... . ....... 7.35 a m
' A .......................... m
S I ry ...... ............... . a D
-iv e ( . v . . ................. .... 2 p m
LeNve 7-85, a ia
e to . .. ....................... 3 0 p m
Arr eA..v.. Gr ...v.................... 0p m
f .e b'Villce.......................6.3 a m
- New berr ..................... 2. 0 p in
A:tn.. . ..................420 p m
.\rrive C 7umb h:....................... 6.00 p in
A N DX11::i. B A : NC H A N1D IILVE RIDGE; DIVISIO-.
Leave i a ...................... ... 545 am
l'e ry i2 .. .. .......... .. ..6.2: a Ux
'e !et n....... . .......... . . .......... 7.10 a m
A ier,o ............... 8 1cs a mn
Arri.-e vit el.. .. .. ..OA a m
01ectinil wth down train from Greenville.
Leave 1:,-1*.:! :0. 3,5; p mn
- A i.: : 1 1.5 p ra
.5.50 p) m
6.35 y m
.\rriv-a bla . 7 15 p m
.c.r.a>ctni Traine run on Abbevilie
l',ai.h.24o h .. inlay (us and Fridays.
On Aidru :. betWeen iReton and An
dera,l *U T :~ :y 'IThur.d: ard Saturdays.
A'i l.D101EA D. G4cjlSpt
JA : NB:. ., Geenui Ticket Agent,
South Caroiina Railroad Company,
11 A i STO'. " . C.. (Octoxr 1S. 1873.
N :: :.NDL.\XYi.clober 15. t!:e Pas
etrTr7,.- m ti,- -,ut: C:;roli%a Rail Road
. : ............ ............... V. ! a m
A:r... t :.. t.......................... 5.0 p i
et .- '. a : e -:. .....................Si
1 rr e:. . uuv. ... .. ........ . 5 a';p
Ir ..v .:mb. .:t. .... ... ...............401) n
~~~~~~~~. .1r tC.rita......... .. . 4.20 p
1. :.t .\t .t. . ~ ........ ........ . .80 p mn
Le:x 'iv :ga : ......---.............. 10 a mn
Ar.. v.:.:... -.. ::... :...................... m
Le v i: ..~.....................4.1 a in
.1ir,v e : I I::.oo; . . .. .. ...............4 a m
u. v n:.re n....e...............M p mn
..r.ive.::... . p:.. ::..... ........... ... .5 am
Ar rive : a:: .ita..................... .) a in
r x na t.:k. c!:.ucN. .ciu
e' X.e. "e .n mei ( . ........lo.....72
M A v- I . .'r- a .I . ........ .. 4i a th
LeC.av ah. rles it r.............8. pt con
I rriv :n umme.:.. . ........u te :t... .4 .p
CAi. "ii MD' NenAI.tu. n l
. - e ('tm - :: .... . . . . . .. .. ...ou 8il.5 a m
A r n e ' Ce 'o i .. .. . .u ..- . i ... .r..5 a
L t: ve . (- N11 :nh iv... ...... . .. ......15t
In. a::n Ni;.h: Ti'.i; moak cloeIonneto
'lt A,nv:::. wind Georgai: 1te.lrod n wt
tiaer.: . u;:,a Rai!::.XuuTi i aloath
uicke.u 'amtie. most ireto l rot Nr andscm
tri.Me tr:i c!leCS :a the -iunyte, toiMont
rc.~ . Selm: .Mile.): New Orleaus. rand ald
ein oat. t-hi::g ..'t. Lou. nder4 allot-.rj it
ioi m:b:la i: t Tr:-r.ia ceo: ..c witiosel. with
for1 'o N. - rrth n Yr
ITh:vuXtickt ko.aso l point Nrth aind
iC.. ie rin tonnect a a in . - p. i n.
r ce 'u:: a:: ith I 1:: p 'a nger Train and
unathru;i to.' Co.lueIo~ t(inbia f ndysaWene
day and .i iatrd W.
WllMINSTONh)!, 0 WMB AND:AtUSTAR. R
ca..t.. Suh. C., Octoge 24,cked7to
The flhawig l': In:-ra Shen iu ere
rae n : (a:tera ua. c:o><r2ad istt
S GRiNUIG NONRA!I. AD
. rl . Ia ' iu. No?v. 4 Train.
1ea;e !1ee .... . ..1 . m .4 2. .Om
\rrve::t M :i: to --5 p. 2m 2.1 m
at "B '.RY .:1t. S: .
N.4;: . inui. hs onc.o,ve l
No . . 1 Train.lNo. 3 Tai.
p20.) 1'A;uth and We(st. !G5 an
*tHre::kut-a YDinr. tir:tpr. fn 51j
Thou; an.n t,ikt oli.n: image chkdt
* ! D r.c .1 .t. l'i.in1te ..
JAI O H. OT.N EL,WN
SPA TABURG.i & UNIG RA, PpRQA.
C 4 T ffa af M .1 J~" i U.. .....--a ..a