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SOUTH CAROLINA COMPAR
ED WITH TIE SOUTH
ESDITOR OF THE RURAL CARO
LLAN: With many persons there
prevails an idea that the South.
western States offer a much better
opening to young mtn than the ol-l
er States. Having left the home
of my childhood, and sojourned for
fifteeA years in one of the most
fertile sections of the Southwest.
I may be pardoned for offering a
few suggestions to any who may be
on the verge of emigrating from this
their native State, to try the uncer
tainties of what they suppose to be
a better country. My experience
has been, that farming is much
sarer of success here than there.
All a man needs here is a plenty
ty of energy and a determination
to succeed, and without these qual
ities he will not succeed any
The disasters to which the crops
are subject are much more numer
ous there than here. The expenses
of carrying on a farm are much
heavier. . The yield of a crop for a
term of years is much less uniform
therethan here. When there is a
good crop made it is more than
can be gathered, but this is of sel
dom occurrence. When there is
a failure it is an entire one. Here
we are sure of making something
every year, be it ever so little.
Here we have health, good water,
and passable. roads in winter.
There more or less sickness (gener
ally more) muddy lime water, and
-well, there is no adjective that
will convey any idea -of the roads
in 'winter. If a man intends to work
himself in his farm, he will find it
much more trying to his health and
constitution there than here. Veg
etation grows very luxuriantly, and
the dews are so heavy that one can
seldom go, on foot, in a field in the
forenoon, without becoming drench
ed. Many of the old settlers carry
quinine in their pockets and take a
dose every morning in the year
round. I worked in my farm there
and it gave me chronic chills,
from which I suffered three 'years.
The doctors gave me so much qui
nine that it nearly destroyed my
hearing, and quite destroyed a
good portion of my earnings.
I work here in my farm without
any injury to my health, though
it was very much impaired when
I returned. I find hard work
agrees with a man here.
Young men, tatke my advice,
pull cff your coats, roil up your
sleeves, take hold of the plough
and hoe handles, and quit thinking
about "going west" to try to make
a living easily for there is simply
no' such thing possible. "By the
sweat of thy brow shalt thou cat
bread."-SMA LL FA RME R, in
Rural Carolinian, May No.
FLOWER GARDENING FOR LA
DMES.-~Ladies should be their own
flower gardeners. The greater
part of the work is light and fur
nishes pleasant exercise and recrea
tion. During the warm season,
the early morning hours and the
coo1 of the evening should be~ cho
sen for the operations of the gar
den. "But I am not strong
enough," do you say ? This is just
the way to acquire strength. Be
gin very moderately, allowing some
stronger person to do the heaviest
work. An hour or two of light, ac
tive and pleasurable employment,
out of-doors, each fair day, take our
word for it, will prove more benefi
cial than the best tonic mixture that
your good and much respected doc
tor, with all his skill. can prepare
for you. Try it. You will soon:
be able to use the light hoe and
spade, which we recommend you to
procure at once, with ease and
pleasure. The quack's female pills
find few patrons among the wives
and daughters who cultivate their
own flower .gardens. The idea
that the employmegpsuited to
e nan isa preposterous aind ab
alne Where is her place if
not among the flowers-herself the
fairest flowver of all? Shall she
blush to own that her own fair
hands have reared the floral gems
with which she adorns her hair?
SRunral Carolinian for June.
L.D WAS1m:G.-One of the
greatest objections to our farming
operations in this country is the
tandce of our rich soi to wash off
and rapidly deteriorate in fertility.
Ant.t ., r ,i:sfortune is the indiffer
ence with which many farmers
treat this important subject. It is
plain to any observing mind that a
fihl of r cl:, fertile soil will yield
doable the amonnt of one that has
been thu3 neglected, and suffered
other malpractices. I have in my
mind now the case of a so-called
farmer who allowed an ol. road
way, a quarter of a mile in length,
t! wash so deep a plough could
hirdly cross it, when ten minutes
w:i: a sp:de would have prevented
it. Anld 0!ften We see large, im
p ssable (ithes form through
valuable land with no effort to stay
t.e fearful waste. This, with a
f r:-.ful vuiee, verifies the old say
ing, "a slitch in time saves nine."
A few hints in regard to reme
dies are in order. First, the land
can be ploutighed so as to help the
case by rulaning the furrows cross
wise of the rills. I prefer to have
the water flow in straight rills at
regul tr intervals, and to prevent
these from washing deeper, back
corn-stalks, large green weeds, fine
straight brush, etc., in the bottom,
and allow the grass and weeds to
grow in these ditches. Thus the
water has something to wear on,
and with a little care much soil can
thus be saved. But the best man
ner to preserve the fertility of the
soil is, as any intelligent farmer
knows, to seed down to grass, es
pecially clovers, not forgetting the
i-uportance of the proper use of
STARTING MELONs.-The following
unique plan, which we find adrift with
out credit, is said to be the one long
in use by a man who has had remark
able success in growinig melons. We
suppose it would answer equally well
with squashes and similar plants : "I
dig holes twelve inches square, eight
or ten inches deep; fill up with well
rotted manure to the surface. OU this
put two inehes of soil. Theu take a
four-inch flower pot.; set in the cen
ter; draw the remainder of the soil
around the pot, until the seil is about
four inches deep, then giving the pot
a twist round withdraw it. This leaves
a hold four iuches deep by four wide.
In this drop five or six seeds, and cov
er to the depth of three-quarters of an
inch. Over this place a pane of six
by eight glass, pressing it lightly to fit
!ose. I then give no more attention
till the plants are touching the glass.
Then go through taking a small stone,
raise up on.e end of the glass with it ;
this admits of a circulation of air over
the plants and hardens them. In
about three days more remove the glass
entirely. By this time they will be
in the rough leaf; thin out to three
plants in a hill, draw a little fine soil
around them, up as as high the seed
leaf, and the work is done."
CcUMUER' PICKLES.--Put into a
jar or barrel one pint of molasses to
each gallon of cold water; add the
ucumbers daily, as you pick them,
having themi first washed with a feath
er brush, and see they arc not scratch
ed or bruised, and that the stem is cut,
not broken or pulled off. Put a weight
on them, and when they have becomec
sufficietly sour remove them to the
cellar or a cool place. but never let
them freeze. If more liquor is needed,
add molasses and water as before.
Since horseradish was r.eommnud
in the Rural lVew Yorker a few years
since, I have used it with the best re
suts, and now put it among all piekles
to prevent scum or mold. Add spices
if desired. These pickles arc as good
as cuumber pickles can be made, will
keep a year and ready for use at any
time after the first few weeks. I think
all housekeepers, to whom it is new,
will hail this recipe with delight, as
I did, for I was tired of "saltirg downi,"
nd too much of a temperance woman
to use or make whisky pickles for my
YARIETY PICKLE.-Oue gallon of
cabbage finely chopped; half pint green
peppers; half gallon green tomatoes;
ne 1uart onions (chopped flue and
the juice drained from them); four
tablespoonfuls muu.tard; two of gin.
er ; o:ie of cloves; two of tumzeriec
one ounce celery seed ; two pounds su
ar; a little salt and half gallou good
cider vinegzar. Mix well and bo'il
twenty minutes. Anything like snaps
or ecubers can be chopped in before
boiling. Gjentl.niaein think this pickle
The London Field records the
complete and wonderful restoration.
of a lot of chickens badly afflicted
with the gapes, by means of a feed
of tallow candle melited anti mixed
with a quart of oatmeal. The same
cure has been repeatedly tried with
invariable success. Let no man
mke light of this prescription.
BEEF PATTIES.-O hop fine rare
oast beef, season - with pepper,
alt, and a little onion. Make a!
lain paste, cut into shape like an
pppe puff, fill with the mince, and
Minnesota granger has three
housand acres of beans.
important to Taxpayers.
JUDGE GRAfAM'S DECREE AFFIRMIN(
THE RECEIVABILITY OF THE BANK
OF THE STATE BILLS FGR TAxES.
The following is the decree of
Judge Graham, the substance of which
has been already announced:
In the Common Pleas. Charleston
County, First Circuit-The State
ex rel. the Union Banks, vs. Wil
liam Gurney, County Treasurer,
The re,htor tendered hilis of the
corporation known as the president
and directors of the Bank of the State
of South Carolina for payment of
taxes due to the State. The tender
was made under the section of the
charter of the corporation which pro
vides that these bills shall be receivcd
for taxes and money due to the State.
The county treasurer refused to re
ceive the bills so tendered, and appli
cation was made for a rule to showv
cause wby a mandamus should not is
sue to compel that officer to receive the
bills so tendered.
The county treasurer has filed his
return, and the relator has filled his
reply to the same. The case so pr-c
sented is in no material respect dif
ferent from the cases which have
been before the Suprewe Court of
this State and of the United States.
In the cases of Wagner vs. Stull, and
Robb and Lowndes vs. Gurney, all
the questions now before the court of
the United States. the judgment of
that court declaring that the bills of
this corporation should be received
for taxes, adopted by the Supreme
Court of this State in the cases refer
ied to, a mandamus has been ordered
to go from this court to the county
treasurer to receive the bills of this
corporation for taxes.
I consider. therefore, that the cues
tion of the receivability of the bills of
the corporation known as the presi
dent and directors of the Bank of
the State of South Carolina, for pay
went of taxes due to the State, is final
ly and conclusively settled by the
judgment of the Supreme Court of the
United States and the Supreme
Court of this State. When the State
became bound by its obligations to ze
ceive these bills for taxes and monev
due to it, such portions of the gencr:d
tax as were applied to the wants ol
the subdivisions, then called distriet.
and now called counties. were levied
by the State itself. Now they are
levied by the counties, but in the ex
ercise of a power given by the State
who is responsible to the State for
misfortune or malfeasance in office ?
There is much forcein what is said,
that when the State assumed the bli
gation to receive those bills for taxes
all taxes were due to the State, lee
by it and applied as it directed in the
districts, now called counties.
It is true that the power which the
court now exercises in regzard to taxa
tion is the power which the State
gives to it. and, moreover, it is true
that a qualification of the power of
the State in regard to the mode in
which a tax is paid, would seem tc
follow the exercise of the power if
delegated. But the question is not
free from doubt, and if the taxpaye:
has the right to pay taxes in the coun
ty in these bills, it is proper that it
should be so affirmed by the~ Supreui4
The judgment of this court is. that
the bills of the president and directors
of the Bank of the State of South
Carolina are to be received for taxes
due to the State ef South Carolina,
but not for taxes due to the County
Let a mandamus issue to William
Gurney, coun ty treasurer of Charles.
ton County, to receive for paymnxt ei
taxes due to the State tiie bills of the
president and directors of the Bamnk
of the State~ of South Carolina tender
ed by the relator.
Tiiis or-der will be applicoble to al
other cases in which tender of such
bills have been made and xmandaamus
asked f.ir. RI. F. GRAMA..
July 15, 1874.
A Hartford tman keeps a sad
cose bv- his l itchmen door-, and
weever a tr-amp) c-ome abotl
an begs for- a dinner, he is r'e
quet ed to ear-n it by dnigginog four
feet .,quare in the gardlen, btut the
trampj inmvatriably reCfuse-s to paiy
In Myron, Allamakee county,
owa, a little child named Haslip
fell in a we-ll recently. Its mother,
heaing its eiis, wor-ked her way
to the bottom of the well, caught
the child's clothing in her- teeth,
and climibed with it to the top.
It is not a pleasant bit of infor
mation to impart, but we have
it frm a reliable naturalist that
mosquitoes arec to be larger- and
moe blood-thirsty than ever, ow
ing to the moist spring. Up with
A boy in Burlington, say-s the
1lauck Eyec, wants to bet a dollar
andi a half that he wear-s his mo
tmers slipper- on his jacket more
hours per~ day tIhan she wear-s it
on her foot.
A Sunday-school scholar beinc
asked what became of men ~ hto
deceive there fellow-men, prompt
yexaied, "They go to Eu.
"For a young wonman to begin
to pick lint off a young muau's coat
collar" is said to be the first symp
torn that the young man is in peril.
One thing is clear to me, that
no indulgence of passion destroys
the siritual nature so much as re
A deirable STORE ROOM on Main Strcet,
etween Marshall's & P'hifer's.
Aply at once to
MRS D MOWER.
Sep. 10, 36-if.
REG to anionuee to thir nunwrovs frit
I as full a . In1 is eaon i % now 01
I- r-plte %it! a l sel-ed s-ock of CAS:
G*,e us a vall and be convinced that Fo
Goods seit C. (I. D., w%in the privilege
Apr. 8, 14 -If.
ENR II .IM , I T R I N
MION.. STEM-. NAILS. CA;;TI-X(,,. 311L
~M(1iE,CI-,:c1I..%I' SAWS, IU
BU IDIN niiild Ill -',IMI-N( NIAT
HOUSEKEEPING AND I
AGIJCUI.Tl1\L IMPI.E.MENTS, LIM
FRENCH[ anti AMERICAN WINi)O\
SHOT iELTS. FLASKS.
At the Sign of the (
Feb. 25, 8-ti.
KEEP COL, HEEP CO0L,
New Silk Ties,
AT EX71,R1 DARGAIXS
The Prices so Low for them
that all, Gireat and Small,
C. F. JACKSON,
THE L.EADER OF 1.OW PRICES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ENTS' FURNISHING 000DS,
KINAI)~ & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
IIave in store one of the largest arnd most
complete aissortmienits of (CLOTHIING and
FURNSiNG GiODS toj be fouiid in the
tte, and still conIhtiue to sell their goods
:t the very loweat picts. Comc anduu see
our stock, m.d judge for yourself, if we do
not sell eheaper than the cheapest for cash.
May 1:1, 1i-t f.
M. GOLDSM iTII. P. KIND.
PINIX IRON WORKI
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Fotdus aDd Machiriists,
Hiave always on h.nd
Stationary Steam Engines
and BoIlers for Say~
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
CASTING'S of every kind in Iron or Btrass.
We guarantee to furntish Enlgines andi
Isoilers of~ :s good quaily andi power, and
at s 1(ow rates as can he had in the Northi.
\iUVI w'r:mtt WI E~. -hc v e
C)tlel wi for po wer. Sim iiCl citof construe
.t'.e 2..an ntii wi . :11 isure promipt
n ssatntd dis-patch il tiiit! t 1Irt ND,
.Jan. 14, 2-t. Columbia, S. C.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
The Cincinnati G-izette makes th e aston
ishig ann:ouncemeen t tha t CincinnaInti bee
is o0 longer pure, but adu! :era ted with i mno
lass sngar of stareb, fusel oil aind the
pois,tOus coleicumi. The C'ommli2Sioner
of Agrieiture, in his report for 18S5, says
that Prof. Mapes, of New Yoik, analy zed
te beer from a dozen different bireweries,
ard found all of it adulterated. Cocculus
tdius an.i mux vomica entered largely in
o 1 its comIposition).
J. C. SEEGERS guarantees his beer to be
pure and reliable, lie does not uaulerate
it, hut brews from the best barley, malt and
hops. Feb. 4, 5-tf.
REESE & CARROLL,
SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING
North of the Pollock House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Room niewly fitted and furnished, and gen
e attended to with celerity, after the
most approved styles. Nov. ~, 47-a'.
IA, S. C.,
-nds and patrons that d eir
TS, Etc., Etc.,
>en for inspection.
1D!ERES and V:TN9
a can save ioney by supplying your wan
\TG AND HAT HOUSE
f examining before paying for same.
D DEALER IN
ARDHARE AND WL11
L STONES,. BOLTING CLOTIIS, SMUT
L IRIONS. .-<G A I? 'PANS. CARIM-.GEF
ERI. LS. RUBBEi: and LEATIIER
INDS OF TOOLS,
:CEMNENT, P.TE.PAINTS- O0hI.
V GLAsS, GUNS. lilFLE, PISTOLS,
1OW 1)EU. S1OT, &c., &c.
I A, S. C.
Sadionery and Bindini
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and han
some building immediately opposite tl
Pbnix oftice, on Main street, a comple
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper,
all sizes, qualities- and of every descriptIo
Flat l'apers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, l
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Impei
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity,
manufactured into Blank Books of any si.
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in at
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and qua
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pa
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Lett
Books, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARCIII EeS aud DRAUGHTSMEN w
find a complete stock o' materials for tlh
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and roll
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards,
Paper, Pencils, WaterColors, in cakes at
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of co
venient and useful articles for both Teacle
IPhotograh Albums, Writing Desks, Poi
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a coute
I lFANCY ARlTICLES.
Al. most elegant stock of Gold Pe:
and Pencil Cases, super biy-moutedl Rubb
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelil
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Bac
gmmon'Men and Bo,ardls: Visiting and We
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in
First (lass Stationery Hous<
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
He will still conduct his BINDERY a
BLANK BOOK MA NUFACTORY arnd P.
PER-RULING ESTABLISUh1ENT, whis
has been in successful operation for or
thirty years in this State, and to which
will continue to devote his own personal
tention. His stock will he kept up full ai
complete, and his pr-ices will lbe found alwat
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share
PrnaE.~ R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phonix Office.
Doors, Sash and Blind
A 80TIIERN 110U!E.
GEO. S. IHACKER'S
Door, Sash and Blind Factory
KING, OPPOSITE CANNON STR EET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The ontly house ofi tie kind in tis Cit
owed ani managed by a Carolinian.
A Large Stock always on hand, and sold at2
per cent. less than Northern prices.
Adress, GEO. S. HACKER.
P. O. ltox l70. Charleston. S. C.
Jant. 21, 1s74-3-ly.
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er restore the weak, invigorate the feeble, and
give new life and tone to the broken down
VLIstem. In miainsatie and malariona dis
r tricts they are worth a ship load of Quinine
11 powders md pil:s. They are e.pecially
id adapted to persons suffering from
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints,
n- Costiveness, Headache,
Chills and Fever anid Piles.
To Delicate Females.
es Ladies, old or young, will lind these Bit
ters especially adapteid to diseases peculiar
to their sex. .'erroi:sness, Lassitude,
e W~antt of' A ppetite, andl General Debhility, allI
-yield to the magicecharm of these imesti
d- mable flitters.
, HEAR WBAT IS SAID.
HEAR WEAT IS SAID.
d HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
'-Wonderf'ul efTects hmaeC re'sulted from
er your- Dr. P.:autv's Bitters."
he "3y Chills are gone. I can hardly believe
t "Send mue one ease PERRY'S Bitters again.
d Nothing l ike them lhere."
s "I enelose atlidavit of my ease. I had to
do so to convince you of' the wonderful
mur'ely they ar'e the most delightful wine
tonic in the worl."
"D)r. Wilson says that you are a public
- HIurrah ! No more Rlheumatismi."
'-No mfore heatdaeble, thanlks to you."
We couild fill this paper twice over with
just sneh geniuine extracts, but the above
must suffice. Our Bitters are prepared un
der' the supervision of Dr. D. S. PxrntY,
Member of the Royal College of Physicians
andm Surgeons, London, England, and of the
Medical Clinic of' Glasgow.
All orders shmomud be addressed to Tus
, PERRY AROMATIC BITTER Co.,
42 Courtland Street,
NEW YORK, U. S.
The Bitters are scld either by the bottle or ease
at $1 per bottle.
Parties ini seiing letter:s for advice as to
their dise.Ases a hi confer quitLe a favor by
givinig iiani of Counity is well as Town
where thiev re.,ide. it will save us a won
derful anon of time and annoyance if'
this will he obserivedI.
THE PERRY AMOMATIC BITTER COMPANY,
SIMUNS' PAIc c0MPOUND
Is pronulincoed by Dri. C.',mmons, w~ho
wais the torierPi priopriemtOr of SimniiIs
L iver' ib-'oilitor. as being tfar superior to
any Liver 3eudici ne now oIrfered the piIlie.
It hats a lar'g circuilat ion and is still gaining
grounmd. Althieogh th)is- is a new prepa):ra
in wie~ iiime.itatingy say we can piroduc
11 good' ceritil l-:tes froml as good meni as
.0our land cal Iinimsil
Thlis .\ediciine is now for sale iat 3Manufac
turer's rates by
DR. W. F. PRATT,
sole' Agent lor' this place.
ELKING & SONS,
~MANUFACTRltls AND) PRIOPRtIETOR.S.
COLUMBI.A, S. C.
Feb. 25, 5-1y.
DR. GR EES FI CU/RE!'
The Great Remedy for Epilepsy,
Fit. asm, ouiviilsions and Nervous
WaVkfulne0ss.neuit- pronmpty. oit-en arre-tsting
the l"its fromn the ti r-t day's* use, even where
they have existed for y'ears.
00MPOI'N1 E. CORYI)AIS!
The Great Vegetable Alterative,
iSeroua, Secondeary syphalis. Erupt ions5 on
theskin, and al li iess aiing frtu 1m-.
A' SovigniiuI ii e' (ah fo C.Gold>. Uron
ecitis, AstIn-, andI ill liseases of the ai:r
passage-eli an Laingse I: it-s timiely use
manity supposed e'ases of Consumnptin are
poiuptly relieved and the Lungs restored
A proimpt, positivye and permanent rel ief
for the eeruc.iatin1g p)ains of Neuralgiau,
For sale by Dr. S. F. FANT, Newberry, S. C.
Preaired onily by
DRS, 6REEN, UNDLEY & BENTLEY,
De. 17. 50-ly. CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DR. H. BAER,
IWIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
D RUG GIS T,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, 1Q-tI.
Dr. J. Walker's California
Tinegar Bitters are a purely Veg
etable i)reparation, made chiefly from
the native herbs found on the lower
ranges of tie Sierra Nevada monn
tains of California, the medicinal
properties of which are extracted
therefrou without the use of Alcohol.
'The question is almost daily asked,
" What is the cause of the unpar
:tlieled success of VINEGAR BIT
TEits ' Our answer is, that they
remove the cause of diseasc, and
the patie::t r]I:vrs his health. They
are the g:cat hood parilier and a
li-giv~ig plrinciple. a perfect Reno
watir and Invirator of the system.
N ever beoire in thu historv of the world
has a ied cine been compounded pos
sezsing the remarkablie qualities of VIx
EGAR BITTERS in healing the sick of
every disease man i-A heir to. They are
a ge~ntle Purgative as well as a Tonic.
relievin- Co:mestion or In1fiaminiation of
the Liver amid isceral Organs, in Bilious
The propertieS of DR. WALK
ER'S V.vE(;NAR BITTERS are Aparient. Dia
phoretie. Carminative. Nutritious, Laxa
tive. Diuretic. Sedative. Counter-Irritant,
Sudoritic. Alterative. and Anti-Bilious.
R. H. feDONALD & CO..
Druggists & Gon. Agt.. San Francisco. Califor.
uia, & cor. of Washington and Charlto: Sts.N.Y.
Sold by all Drciggibs and Dealers.
A pr. 29, 1$74-17-ly.
Turbine Wa-ter Wheel.
POOLE & HUNT, Baltimore
Manufacturers for the South and Southwest.
Nearl 7wo now in use. working undei
fieads varving from1 2 to 210 fit!
24 Sizes.~froml 52 to i inches.
The most powl-erful Wh:eel in the Market
Anil ii,o-t econoniitlcal in use of Water.
Large II.T'sTR.Ai--D Pamphlet selt pOSt free
.1A NI'ACT'RVE1s, ALSO. O1
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines an
nloilvrs. iail>c.. N wifoX I'aiitTablon
Emiuller. E rtath.' i Ur:ler or .'diBral. Sam
id .lit .\iills. Flouring Mill Maci:nerv
Ichiniery for White 1.ead Works an< i 0~
.\ill>sa Sil'ing Pulleys and H angers.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
SP.mIT.~IUiG COUNTY, S. C.,
Is made the miost at traive resort in tiZ
omb1 I. Exatenliv ab* ner.iions a:3tl i:nprove
ments1 i lhave bleen :inie. E.very amun:semenCt
that is to be fo-unit at I he .e-t Watlerini
llaces in th.e co:...try wit be provided.
Excut.o iel i ts r. at reduced rate- fron
nd ret.en are ii >.ale .i; it ie:w otlie<.
Ra.n- fromi :i:15 to 8!f S er week ;1 MtI
yao per mronth rnge according. to) ac
GOIIMAN & CALNAN,
(Of Coulumbia Hotel,)
June. 24, 2.5---i f. Proprietors.
FOR YOUR MEALS
egBreakfast Going U p and D)innei
The Newberry Hotel.
C. C. CHA SE, Proprictor.
I wonid respectfu~ly info:m myii friendu
mi.]die traiveliog publie gen;eral!y, that]
ni renain: t hZe Hotel pre-paratory to the
The lhou.e t~ sh2pplied with competent,
f.iihtul, p->!!!e u?:.. ;:t:n:hL servants.
Idbrn :edurl ;:iadl to weekily andf
:non:blly *.O.ied.'r-. A pr. 22, 16-tf.
NEW \lm!, N. .
C As i t.\ IT.\L,$2500.0. CKy
Juar: t.-. Amun: l ly. Ainunally. sickniess.
ft (X ii ii 21 i00 16 00
nti uO 0 1 5 E Si 4 00
15 iii so50 525 40 00
is tII : si eOG: 00 00
.iiss. EmN.J. G. IIEIOT,
Moun Plea-ant. nearl Charleston, S. C.
The Pied:niot & Arlingtoa Life Insuranco Co.,
ofi li: ;: M<>N, V.
sC: .Januai:r:. 1,t. P.-S3, - - - $.790,I45 00
1)ivin....ds tO t jo i I ;Old .1t iei. . -0.119 00.
te:-erve-. bein;g amoun,nt niee,a
y to re-ingui-e all tisk.. - .- .1ii5 09
Mount Pleasant. nealr Charleston, S. C.
Dec. 10, 4-tf.
BOAID REfED TO 9,90 I'H DAf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Propr ietor of rt i einowni FIRST
CLASS Hii TEi, ;ould resp:etfuily iulormi
s many friends aroi the travelhg pulei
~enerally, that he h:, s da REl2NCED.
IS RATES UF BOARD frem 8t4 per day
.o 8: PER DAY, and at the same time
~ledges him:self to spare no painis in the
ziangeenC:t oi thei house to sustad itus re
ltation as a fir-,t class Hlotel in eve'ry re
uect. VM- (OR)IIAN,
.J uly :30, Z0-t f. Proprie:or.
Reular and Transient
BOA RDIN G,
BY~ MRS. BREAZERLE,
43 PLAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The location is conveniet.t, being near
he business portion of the city-adjacent
o the Gentral Hotel. Transient Board 82
PRICES NOT REDUCED.
The Proprietor of the W~heeler House
'ould respectfully inform the traveling pub
ie that, in order to miaintain the reputation
f his Hlouse as a tirst class Hotel, lhe will
-ot iane his prices ats heretofore, and gular
Iitees to give thati satisfactioa which has
ctred to the Hiouse the repu:tation it now
nt. T. M. POL LOCK,
Nov. 12, 4~-t'. Proprietor.
Comprising Charlotte, Colum
ColuLmblia & AUguSta, Will"
& Roanoke, and Connecti
ship Lines, at Wilmin
Transport Ing 1rcights to and from Stean
mouth. Virginia, w (ithout lra.aCe. transfers,
to and tromi all points South. Bvilig pos:-esbe
of traille. t!ie he h:mge ment in ite:- ;ttention i
which etinal ill otier-s in prompt movemer.t
Inform1ation oft he iorwarding of freignt 4
es,n a!l ctaim!n for loss. damage and o
o'the Lin,tnamd~ hvrein. -
BAY LINE STEAMERS,
ANNXAM%F lC LINE STEAMEI.S.
DAILY (except Fridays.) at 1 p. mn.
MERCHANTS & MINERS' LINE.
F1OR P O111
MERCIANTS & MINERS' LINE. -
BALTDIOR.E & SOUTIIERN Ti'ANSPORTAT
I PlIIADEI'JIAFOR PIIILA
PHI1LADELPIlA & SOUTIlERHN STEAYSIIlI
CLYDI: & CO.'S NEW YORK AND.WILMING
Connecting at each place with rail lines for a
rent rates tre given and guaranteed.
The following named Agents North will a
W. If. FITZGERALD. No. 9, German Street.
E. FITZGEItALD, 50 South Street.
C. E. BR AINERD.397 Broadway.
Especially arranged for the movement of Cot
Leave *AUGUSTA, 7.40 a. M.
Leave tCOLUMBIA - 6.00 a. m.
Arrive at WILMINGTON - 715 p. m.
Leave WILMINGTON - .00 p. i.
Arrive at 'PORTSMOUTH 4.00 p. m.
*ConnectS closely with inward bound
Through Freight Trains on Georgi:t Rail
rotConnecting with inward Freight Trains
from Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
and Charlotte l>ivision of Charlotte. Colui
bia and Auguta Railroad.
TConnectiig clo.sely with outward-bound
Baltimore, Philadle phia, New York and
Augusta to Baltimore, 4 Days; Augus
New York, 5 Days: Aug
z- For all information, Blank Bills of L
following southern Agents of the Lhe:
1. M. coTTINGiiAM. Western .%gent. At]
Augusta; If. P. CLARK, Forwarding Agent, I
F. W. CLARK,
Assistant General Freight Agent,
Wilmi:,gt on. N. C.
Feb. 27, 7-tf.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Daily. Sundays excepted. connectin.t with
.Ni-bt Trains on South Carolina Railroad. np
ana down, also with Trains going North and
South on Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad, and Wilmington, Columbia and Au
. I UP.
Leave Columbia............... ... 15 a m
Alston............... ........ 9.5 a in
Newberry.................10.40 a m
S Cokesbury................- 2 p m
S eito .....................3.o p in
. Arrive Greeuville...................... .30 p M
Leave Gree:nville....................3. ' a at
"lBelton......------.-........ 9-) a rm
S Cokesbusry...................11 o a in
" Abbeville.... ..... ...-.--.....5a m
" Newberry..... ...---..0~ p mf
Arrive Columbia. .........--...-- ... 6.00 p mn
ADERISoN BtlayeU ANDI BLUE RIDGE DIVISiON.
Leave WValhalla at..................... 5.45 a mn
S Perryville... .................. 6 2.5 a mn
" Penudleton.................. 7.10 a n
" Audersen .................. . 10a m
Arrive at IUelton.................... ---- 9.00 a mn
LConnecting with down train from Greenville.
Leave Belton at. 8.5" p in
-" Anderson 4.50) p ta
1" Pendleton 5.5' p mn
" Perryville.....6.35 p mn
Arrive at Walhalla.. 7 15 p mn
Acconmmodattion Tra.ins run on Abbeville
Braech. Mondays, We(dnIesdays and Fridays.
On Anderson Branch. between Btelton and Au
derson, on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays.
THOS.-DODAMEAD. Gen'l Supt.
JA BEZ Noxo, General TiCket Agent.
Sep. 11, 37-tf'.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
CuaR LEs-roN. S. C.. October IS. 1873.
ON and after SU'NDA Y, October 19, the Pas
senger Trains on the South Carolina Eail Road
will run as follows:
Leav.e Charleston at ....9........-- .00 a m
Arrive at ColumbIa at....................6.00 p in
Leave Charlestou.................... 9.0) a mt
Arrive at Augusta. .......... .....-. 5.00 p m
Leave Columbia at...............-- . 40 a in
Arrive at Charleston at. ...... -- 4.20 p mt
Leave Augusta................ ....-8 .2 a mn
Arrive at Charleston....... .....-.----- 4.20 p mt
COLUBIIA NIGHT EXPIGNtS. (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charleston at......................7 10 p am
Arrive at Columbia at... .......... .-6.3') a mn
Leave Columbia at......... .........7.5 pim
Arrive at Charleston at................ 6.46 a in
A UGUSTA iNIGHT EXPRtESS, (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charleston................-...S.30 p mn
Arrive at Augusta................ ....5 a in
.eave Augusta....................... 6. 0 p in
Arrive at Charleston...................4 a mn
Leave Summerville' at. ................72 a mt
Arrive at Charleston.................8 4 a mt
Leave Charleston.................... 3.1 p mn
Arrive at Sumnmerville...............4 0 p mn
Leave Camden.......-.....--.----.-- .5 a m
Arrive at ColunZ.ia.................11.50 a in
Leave Columbia....................... 1 5 p in
Arrive at Camden..............- .... 3 35 p mn
Day and Night Trains make clme connection
at Augusta, with Georgia Itailroad.
Day Trains, only, make close conection with
3Macon and Augusta Rtailroad. This is also the
quickest and most dire~ct route, and as comn
fortable and chen p as ay other route, to Mont
gomery. Selmna. Mobile, New Orleans. and all
other points Southwest. and to Louisville. (Iu
cinati. Chicago. St. Louis, and all other points
West and North,west
Columbia Night Train connects closely with
the G reenville and Columabia Railroad; and with
the Charlotte. Colum'oia and Augusta Railroad
for oints North
Trough tickets on sale to all points North and
Camden Train connects at Kingville dr.ily (ex
cept Sundava; with Day P'ass.nger Train, and
runs through to Columbia on Mondayc, Wednes
Idays and Saturdays.
S. It. 1l UK1-:NS. General Ticket Agent.
WlMINTON, 00.UMBIA AND AUG6USTA R. R.
GENERaIAL PASEMNG}x DEPARTXEaT.
I (oLUMa.S. C.. May 15. 1874.
The f-ollowin;. Passenger Schedule will be ope
rated on and a'ter Monday. May 18th instant
No. 2 Trait;. No. 4 Train.
Leave Couba ....... o... . a. mi. 845 p.m
Lev.oec............ 12 25 p m. 2.10 .m
Arrive at Wilmnington. . 7 15 p. mn. 7.16 a. m.
No. 2 Train makes close connection. vir, lt.ch
moid, to all points North. arriving in New Y ork
at 6.4'' a. ms.
No.4 Train mnakes clese connection, via (lId
hay Line. and ah-o. vii Rtichmond, to all points
North. arriving in New York at 4 25 p. ms.
No. 1 Train. No. 3 Train.
Leaetlinngton.8 00a. m. 6S.1o p. mt.
L i ave Florence.4.. .0 p. mt. 11.370 im.
Arrie at C olumba . 9 55 p'. m. 4.0: a. mt.
Acconmod atiou TraiNo.2 leaves Columbia
ail Sundhav excepted.
E-xpress Train No. 4 leavea Columbia every
Mtakng close connections at Conumbia for all
oin t South aid WVest.
Through tickets sold, and baggage checked to
all principal points.
Pullman Pa!r.ce Sleepers on all night trains.
JAMES AND IRs&'N.|
(Gei.ern l Superintentdent.
A. PoPE, General P'a.senaer and licketAgent.
SPARTANBURG & UNION RAIL. ROAD.
The following Passenger Schedule wrill be ope
rated on and after Monday, June 1st, 1874:
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRtAIN.
I Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg. 11.00 s. mt. 2.46
B 3atesville. .... 11.32 11.32 2 17 2.'0
a colet..11....1 .40 11.45 2.05 2 10
J Jnesvile..12...1 .1 2?p n.12 3
lr.ionvile..12..1 .5 .o 13Ji16
Sntuc......... 1 .42 16 14 16
Fish Dam...... 2.. 2.12 11 12
Selton......... 2. 2.3o47 1.
L yles Ford..2 .48 26 02 o3
12W DVE. peri.te.2 ent.3
A Gto.... A .Ch .r0eston, 9 10
n o a mon g. m o-...to...
FR EIG H T LINE,
Ila and Augus-a.-Wilmin,gton,
ngton & weldon, Seaboard
og Ra:1way nnd Steam
,ton and Portsmouth.
iship Wharves it Wilintizon and Ports
:r expo--ur to wcat hir. .".d in through cars
d ot ample eqnipment. ior anl the ntcesities
0 the 'I o taio.n xailities of this Line,
careft-l hualinw. unbroken tran.it and low
- regularly trani itted toShippEr- 3nd Con
vereharge Promptly investigated by Agents
. Daily.,- p. m.
3Ii0nd:v, Weusdy :*.i-l Fritlays, 4 p. m.
'LTu\!ayV anti i;::Zturd:tys, at 4 p. ui.
. . *ucslays and Fridays.At 4 p. m.
WVdInsI.13s a4nd SatiurdI s, at 4 p. in.
gton, N. .
ION Co.li'ANY'S ST EAMERS, Wedinwadoays
DIE LL'li l:\.
'CO3lP.ANYS STE.iEiS. Every TucsdiAy.
ON .LNE - Ev-:v vv ed:dy
1 Nte%v England towns. to which lowest cur
Ltnd, in all rel-ts. tothe patrons of the
I'l I .\DE. ,'I1A.
A. W. KlLGOI.E, 44 South Firth Street.
. H. il ITIL W Wnshiiigton Street.
[C COAST LINE."
ton and Merchandise on unequalled time.
Leave .PORTSMOUTH - - 12.00 M.
Arriveat WILTINGTON -- 00 a.m.
Leave WILMINGTON - - 8.00 p.m.
Arrive at tCOLUIBIA - 10.0 p. M.
Arrive at :AUGUSTA - 6. p. M.
.Connecting closely with inward-bound
Baltimore. Philadelphia, New York and
tConnecting with outward Freight Trains
ot Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
Charlotte Division of Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad.
:Connecting with outward Freight Tra.ius
of Georgia. Macon and Augubta, and 'Cen
[a to Philadelphia,5 Days; Augusta to
usta to Boston, 7 Days.
ling, Through Rates. ete.. ete., apply to the
ainta. Ga.; Jo] IN JENKINS, Soliciting Agent,
General Freight Agent,
Wilnington. N. C.: 3197 llroadlway. N. Y.;
and Columiia. 6. C.
00G IE0t MA
I S0O0THINING CORDIA
nvaluhable in T%-e:hi:g. and Smnnier Coin
plainzts of Childa-n. Cures
Eniete"Soothing Syrups," now so
widly se, tisCORDIA L contains
Or other injurious Drug. It is comiposed of
the ve'rr best materials, and should be
found in every Nursevy. The best physi- ,
cians recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
ICHARLESTON, S. C
THE WALTON HOUSE,
MORGANTON, N. C.
JNO. C. MALLARD,
First-class Livery Stable in connection with
the House. Aug. 27, 34-3m.
THE ORPHANS' FRIEND,
A PA PER FOR THE FAMILY CIRCLE,
PBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
CAROLINA ORPHAN HOME.
One year, in advance,.-.-.-.-.-.-.$2 00
Six months, in advance,.-.-.-.-.-.-.1 00
To all Ministers. One Dollar per Annum.
RATES OF ADVERTIsING REASONABLE.
All the protits of this paper are used in
supporting denstitute orphans We want
evey one who reads this to subscribe.
Addlress, R. C. OLIVER,
Sup't Carolina Orphan Home,
Jan. l. 3-tr. Spartanburg, S. C.
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR
which can be cured by a
timely resort to this stand
ard preparation, as has been
proved by the hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicianls to be the most
reliable p)reparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to the public,
santioned by the experience
of over forty years. When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. Wistar's
Balsam does not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritatio
thus removing the cause
SETE W. rOWLE & 80N8, Bse
And sold by DruggIsts and
ct. 1, 9-1y.