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V&LUTION OF COMMERCIAL
The ho;egt manufacturer of a
good fert i zer has no reason to
fear any fair tests which may be
applied to it, whether in the labor
atory or irY the field, and it is
for the interest of all parties who
desire to see justice and fair deal
ing prevail, that such tests be rig
idly applIM to every article of
the kind in market. Attempts
are now being made to ascertain
by means of chemical analysis, the
orimmercial value of the principal
fertilizers offered for sale. This
is praisewdrthy in design ; but the
result, so far, has been, we fear,
to confuse still more the already
perplexed farmer. Last winter,
for instance, Prof. White, of the
Georgia State Agricultural Col
lege, set down the value of a
sample of a popular fertilizer
analyzed by him at $34.1T.
To another sample of the same fer
tilizer, subjected to analysis in
March last, and estimated on the
same basis, is affixed the sum of
$54.63 as its true money value. An
analysis of this fertilizer, by Dr.
F. A. Genth, )f Phi:ade'plia, now
before us, differs widely fron both
of the foregoing, and of course
gives us different figures in the
colunn of values. Now what shall
we infer? Clearly, either the dif
ferent samples varied greatly in
quality, or chemistry, as applied
to fertilizers, and in the bands of
professed chemists, is any thing but
an exact science and only calcula
ted to lead us astray. In either
case, the farmer is thrown back
upon the fields andl the experience
of himself and his fellow-agricul
turists for the determinations of
value he seeks.
(Rural Carolinian for July.
To :RESToRE SCRATCHED FUR
NITURIE.-Scrape one pound of
beeswax into shavings in a pan;
add half a gallon of spirits of tur
pentine and one pint of linseed oil.
Let it remain twelve hours, then
stir it well with a stick into a
liidil; while stirring add one
quarter pound shellac varnish and
one ounce alkanet root. Put this
mixture into a gallon jar and :standl
it before the fire or in an oven, for a
week (to keep it just warm); shake
it up three or four times a day.
Then strain it thrcugh a hair sieve
and bottle it. Pour about a tea
spoonful on a wad of baize ;go
lightly over the face and other
parts of mahogany furniture; then
rub brisk!y with a similar dry w:ed.
and in three 1:inteUs it will produHce
a dark brilian1it polish unequalledl.
A nother preparation may be made
as follows: Make a mixture of
three parts linseed oil and one part
spi,rits of turpenti-e. It not only
covers the didig~ured surface, but
restores wood to its original color,
and leaves a lustre upon the sur
fac. Put on with a woolen cloth.
and when dry rub with woolen.
WATERtPRooF G REASE FoR BoOTS.
-I crder to prevent rain water
from passing through boots during
cold weather, they should be treated
as follows: 'fake a pound of the
best fresh tallow or hard mutton
suet and melt it in an earthenware
dish with half a pound of beeswax
and abouthalf an ounce of rosin,and
a pply the compound to the leather
(while warm, but not too hot.) The
soles as well as the uppers should
be soaked with this preparation.
The wax tends to render the leath
er more durable and pliable, be
cause it is an excellent antiseptic.
There is no better leather unguent
IIow TO Goon COR D-BEEF.
The Boston-Journal of Chemistry
says: Don't boil it, for corned beef
should never be boiled. It should
only simmer, being placed on a
t,art of the range or stove where
this process may go on uninter
ruptedly from four to six ' ,
1f - E exceuent' maigazn a .
aI e amoun' c piece.
1ui sto be served, let the meat
emain in the liquor until cold.
Tougzh meat can be made tender
by letting it remnain in the liquor
until the next day, and then bring
it to the boiling point just before
stewed or fried, kidney toast, ham
toast, savory eggs, omelets, kedge
ee. krotesky, currie<d fawl or
rabI. kiss s potdmet.n
:o6:ter jr s i!non eutlet', are all
exe-elleur dish: for bre.ikfast, and
:i14t ver difficult to procure. Kid
avys -aute or broiled,sheep's brains
rd in -avmy bread ermbs, pigs'
feet wed boil-d (twelve hours).
h:.viiig ircviously beent in pickle
for about six or seven d:: N - trout
or mackere' split open and boiled,
scranbled eg-s on anchovy toast.
Kedgeiee is a nice little dish for
using up the remains of fish and
poultry. Scalloped crab is nice for
breakfast. Scrape all the meat of
the crab from the body and claws,
and pack it, mixed with salt and
pepper, into its own shell; grate
over the top of it bread crumbs,'
and place upon them small lumps
of butter; bake the whole and
serve hot. Fish cakes, made of
any cold fish left from the dihner
of the day before, are also nice for
breakfast. Curried toast and cur
ried eggs are both breakfast dishes;
these are made, the first by putting
the usual curry gravy over thick
slices of toasted bread cut in
pieces, and the latter, bL using
hard-boiled eggs cut in quarters
instead. Buttered eggs is aother
dish. Beat up four eggs, to which
add four tablespoonfuls of cream,
two ounces of butter, and pepper
and salt to taste ; put this into a
saucepan, and stir it up with a
wooden spoon until it begins to set;
dish up on buttered toast. Salmon
cutlets, or fried fish, or kidneys are
all su.table dishes for breakfast.
WVALKIm; HoRsFs.-One of the
most desrable and valuable gaits of
a horse is a walk; and it should be
the ain. to first develop the gait in
the handling of the colt. The good
walker wi!l always make good time on
the road when a days journey is to be
i a d e . without wearying himself,
when the slow moper must be constant
ly kept on the trot if the time is to be
made. A horse that will make five
iles per hour will go as far in a day,
confined in this gait, as an ordinary
horse can be driven when kept half of
the time to trot. and with much grreat
er ease to himself. If one-half the
pains were taken by the farmers' boys
to make fast walkers of the youngsters
Ion the farmz that is usually taken to
make them trot, the result would be
much more beneficial,and we would find
plenty of teams that could do their five
miles an hour with ease. But instead
of this as soon as the colt is bridled,
the sole aim of "the boy" is to make
a trotter of him and both gaits are
Make the colts walk, boys ; ma~ke
thenm extend theniselves in a long
sweeping square walk, and don't be
satisfied with anything less than five
miles an hour. When he gets to trot
ting he will go all the faster for
this perliminary training to the wailk
ig gait; and, if he cannot $rot fast
enough to beat Dexter or Goldsmith
.aid or Occident, he will have a gait
that is invaluable for business purposes.
We hope to see n>ore attention paid to
this than heretofore, and we respectful
ly urge upon agricultural societies
the importance of ofiering liberal prizes
fr walking horses at the fairs for the
cointr year.-Stock Journal.
BUTTE~RMiLK AND ScuRvY.--A
correspondlent writes that lie finds
buttrilk to be an almo'st unfail
ing cure for scurvy ini hogs. 'fo
prove the fact, among other cases
wich have conme under his notice,
he says lie owns several pigs which
a few' weeks since were suffering
terribly from the effects of the dis
ease, and that a speedy cure was
eftketed by merely pouring the but
temilk over them a few times in
the pen. Readers will (do well to
remeiber this simple remedy.
FniU 0 EGGs.-The association of
eggrv with ham is of such honored an
tijuity. that it would be unwise to
ilub it. Bre~ak eggs, then, one
by one, into a pan in which hami has
been light and quickly browned (not
dried up,) :&nd fry them a light brown
on the under side; by this time they
will have assumed, a consistency on
the top. and must be taken up careful
ly with a fish slice or skimmer, with
out turning. and placed miund the
ede of the dish. the ham o:eupying
Boii.ED MUT'roN CHioPs.-Cut the
cops from' a well-hung tenderloin of
mutton, remove a portion of the fat and
ti tem into a nice shape :slightly
beat and level themi; place a gridiron
over a bright, clear fire, rub the bars
with a little fat and lay on the chops.
While broiling frequently turn them
bdne abt eight inutes they will
bedn.Season with pepper and salt,
dish them on a sery hot dish, run a
piece of butter on each chop and serve
hot and expeditiously.
To W an H AIR-BRU'SHEs.-Do
rueted arraniged- '-'oonfu1
of salertus in tepid water, and dip
the brush up and down in it till it is
white and clean. Place it in the
warm air to dry with the bristles down
and it will be as firm as a new brush.
Hlartshorn in tepid water is quite as
ef,.acius but not quite as conven
AV ANIN1 TO Si-oRI.-Pru1::b
S(.' ev:.r eqIjuad Nic -olo Pgai
7 1 ts : vio. At the
t h e tr:44el.. ;:r..wino:. I n
2Q2i~CtE/iT:v , (( ll., 4t I S
W;,*!'" 1110 a
that of C:uzn:ll! diveri 1.) It is
sonew, h::t ri tw:I k;: !b- C *t*1 r:.S tan
that 1l.e i h 4.f tiiN V.u : ' virt u(s
wnas ijste:1d Iv the womul Strait:
of P2LaII i n.i's violin; for on the ni-"
he was born his iother visited a coI
cert given by the great Genoese, wlo.,
mantle in later years rightfully fell o
the shoulders of Sivori.
At eighteen months he would pla
on two sticks to represent a violii
atid hutts a melody of his own ; an
before lie was two, hearing a band i
the street. he managed to get out
the house and followed the music se,
cral wiles and teased so much short]
after for a violin, that his father ha
to get one for him.
At four he could play anything I
had heard sung, and he became ti
pet of the whole city, including t1
Queen, who often gave hii present;
Ile would never go to church or all:
where else, unless there was going i
be music, and then uo persuasic
would keep him away. When he w.
six, Paganini returned to the city an
sent for him, and hearing hiin pla
gave hitu lessons for two nionths. whc
he was able to perform concert<
in public. At ten he played at ti
Conservatoire in Paris, and wet
from theice to London. When I
was twenty-three, Pag:mnini, then sic
unto death, gave hirm his favorite vi
lin, saying, -You will be the only su
vivorof wuy manner." Six years laterl
came to this country, and a critic wl
saw him says: --In inianner he is vei
iodeSt and unassuuwiug. ppareit
not wishing to pass himself off UP(
the public for more than he is worth.
ENoRMoUs COTTON SALE.-Mess1
Alexander Dorman & Co., cotton fa
tors. sold on Thursday list, to Phl
Brothers & Co., 2,502 bales of cotto
By buyer's request the terms we
kept quiet.but was sold at an extrei
fiuuro. The ai;ount of the invoice
$220.000, S100,000 to be paidt
delivery. Samples taken from vat
bale were arranged Oin tnbles in ti
office of Alexander Dorwan & (
ysterday, and presented a fie spect
cle. The sale is the lareest ev
transi-t-d in St. Louis.
THE TRE SOUTHROI
THE PAPER FOR THE TIMES.
Indlependelnt and Fearless-Devoted to t
Interes ofttle Good and True Peopl
of the Country, and especially of the
SUPREMACY OF TBlE WHITE RACE
Published' without the aid of any Ofic:
Patronage 'whatever; and appeals alonc
to the Fa1EN4DS OF-HONESTT AND GOOD
GovEitN'MENiT .fr SDDpPort -in its
Eght against villa iy.
We call npon the -WHITE MEN OF Sot
CAIotn-those who desire to redeem C
State froml the abom.ination, of thieving
truders, dloine4tie sCOnn1drels and miong
lecs. who4 hlave aLcquired1.-place-and.pu
er through the istr.nentahty of negro:
prexuney, comblinied with corruption3. ai
briberv--to come forwardi:1 anusta2ia us
a cordial and liberal support, and show
Itadical corruiptionists andi' Scal lawag t r
tors, that they are determined, hlencefor
to Sustain a fearless exponent oft heir vie
We say. candidly, we need your suppo
The party ini power have done 2 heir utm<4
to crush us by e:H ieavorinlg to dieprive us
e2itimate.business. and all We atsk is t
susciriptio of20 every~ true Carolin ial
which will p)lace us beyond the reach
We are no( advcnturers. but Carolinial
to the mi:tnor biorn-Ihave been eflng4ged
the publication of tis paper over cit
yen:-andl ask your patronage. be4lieri1
that it w .ill he4 given w.itl hout hesitaltion.
sUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $3 A YE.iR,
A DVAN E. with reductions to clubs.
To Blusiness .\en andt others, desiring
advertise. we beg to say that, our cireu
tion is muuch larger thani that of alny otl:
paper in t his County. w ithl large an d incere;
ing ih, in all tile Middle anld Eastern Cot
ties of the state.
Send one cent stamp for specimen copy
DARE & OSTEEN, Proprietors,
W. G. KENNE1Y. Editor. SUMTER, S. C
July WJ, 30-tf.
Iand( . I.d .Lbor Otliee inl th' town of Ni
berrv, S. C., a ill bIy :12id se!! 1.and., or
g(:iAte sales for lands. .tigo provuide
hoersto wor :4 or wages; or to wo: k
p:432ri .0f heCro4p. or (to renti !.:d..
lie wil ;:?o proce honws for imi2
rm,a will ro tiperMte w ith the regu
etalihe1d innnligrMtionl algencies for t
s4id jprose. l(l(llj 2(10 dt 5
M.j. Rt 1). Hha sepo dt
in the mana l.geent1 of the ofie,. an:d RI
H. W. Kauhns and C. It. Jae4ger, E-q,. hs
conSeted 10 attend to tile inlterpretati
and correspondence. H. H. BILEASE.
A pr. 15, 15-i f.
Excursion Season of 1871 r
Atlantic Coast and l1idlai
WILMINGTON, COL. & AU'G. R.
R 1O1ND TR IP TICKETS to allI prom:in(
Virgina Springs anld W.estern North Ca
lina E2xcursion Points, good until Nove
her 1, 1874, will be on sale at the Coi
:ysTicket Ofliee in this city, both
Charlo' te and Wilmington, otn and auf
Jute , I .474.
Tickets to New York:, Philadeilhia, II
timore, via BAY Lo~:, at r.edueed ra1t
ao 023 sle. A. POPE,
General Passenger Agent.
Invluable in Teething, and Sunmmer Co
plaints of Children. Cures
DIA RR HG A,
Ad other Diseases, incident to theo peri
Ul3ike tile "Soothing Syvrups," now
wdly uld, thil COR.DIA L, con'tains
Or other injuriou' "it sim. 1 9
the very beg ug. It is composed
found in ey i materiais, an2d should I
cls r Nursery. The best phy
~Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON, S. C
THE WALTON HOUSI
MORGiANTON, N. C.
JNO. C. MALLARD:
First-class Livery Stable in connection w
the Huse. Aug. 27, 34-3m
R. &W. 0.
:: un ir f%nu rous frit
th e!te ' i %l s we l i s t ed s;ock of CAS
Iive :t a cal azji he convinced that To
Goods sent C. 0. D., witl the privilege
Apr. 8, 14 -tf.
c iRON. STEEL. NAILS. CASTING.MS. MR
MAcDl*E:, CIRCULA SAWS. 311
BUILDING and TRIMING MAT
BELTING. ALL .
HOUSEKEEPING AND I
AGRICULTUtRAL 131PLEIMENTS, LIMI
FRENC11 and AMERICAN WINDO
SHOT BELTS. FLASKS,
d At the Sign of the (
Feb. 25, s-tf.
! KEEP COL EEP OOLI
y New Rufflings,
New Silk Ties,
~AT fATR ARGAINS,
a The'Prices so Low for them
that all, Great and Small,
~C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
heCoLUMBIA, S. C.
July 15, 2-tf.
:ENTS' ~URNISHING S00OS,
KIN ARI)& WILEY,
NCOLUMsIA, S. C.,
a-Have in store one of the largest and most
r mpete .1ssortments of CLOT! ING and
- FURNISHIlNG GOODS to be found in the
*State, and stil1 contir.ue to sell their goods
at the very lowest prices. Comte and set
o,ur stock, an:d judge for yourself, if we d
not se!! cheaper than the cheapest fo'- cash
- May 13, 19--tf.
E INIX IRON WORKS
COLUMBIA, S. C.
~ old8i8 arid Mal h it
HaIvue alwvays on hand
dStationary Steam Engine5
and Boilers for Saw
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
_CAST1NG;S of '-very kind in Iron or 1:rnss.
We guairaLntee to fun iih Enii ne an.
Boilers of a., good qulLlity and4 pwr. an14
at as low rates as5 can be hIi in the Nort h.
We m:m,nuaetiire, aitl the Gal tY I.M
[p1':',Ei WATElR WHEEL, whhn h we re.
-omndic for power, simltlicit ol const rue,
WeS warrant (our work.n sure -Cprompit.
.Ln 1,::--i. tolumbia, 's. C.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
,The Cincininati G;azete mnakes the aston
diiig annioun~cemen1t thati Cinnia: i heer
is no longer pure, bu: adahe ur.aed with mo-11
es~c, sugor of starch,n fuse4 oil :amd the.
o,Ulnous colemeumn. The Coonan"'
Iof AgriLult , in hi.< report for 181.5, says
Ithat Prof. M.upeS, of New York, anaiu zed
ofthe beer from a dozen different breweries,
and found si f iduterated. Cocculus
indi s and uxp o mi caetee lrel*u
C. SmFFGERS guarantees h:is beer to be
pure and reliable. Hie does no.. adulterate
it, bu, brews from.the best baurley, malt and
b h>ps. Feb. 4, 5--t f.
-REESE & CARROLL,
SHAIN~G AND HAIR DRE~SSING
Niorth of the P'ollock House,
COLUMBIA, S. .
Room newly titted andi furnished, and ge.
tbI tiemenl attended to with celerity, after the
mappnnnoned styles. Nov. 22, -tf.
;!s and patrons that their
'LOTv A IG,
TS, Etc., Etc.,
)O 1e in3 pection
slMERES and V ESTINGS
u can save mioney by supplying -our waiit.
\G AND HAT HOUSE.
of examining before paying for same.
D )EALEP. IN
RRDWIRE AND iTLERY,
L STONER. BOLTINC CLOTHS. SMUT
L IRONS. SUGAR PANS. CARRIAGE,
'ERIALS. RUBBEV. and LEATHER
UNDS OF TOOLS,
CEMENT. PLASTER. PAINTS. OILS,
V GLASS, GUNS. RIFLE:, PISTOLS,
POWDER, SHOT, &e., &c.
I A, S. C.
Stationery and Binding.
EW SOTITIWNTRY HOUSE.
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
some building immediately opposite the
Plonix ofliec, on Main street, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description;
Flat Papers of C:p, Demy, Double-Cap. Mc
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and ll perial
sizes, which will be sold in any quand;y, or
manufactured into Blank Books of any size,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
sIyle. at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and qu::li
Ite. B LA NK BOOKS
Of every v"riety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, Rceeipt Books, Note l1onks.
ARCl!I h:CTrS and 1)IAUGITSMEN will
find a comp111lete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sh".:s and rolls,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Vencil., Water Color;, in eakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every decription; a great variety of con- I
venient and useful articles for both I'e-rs
mud Iup.l- AT.SO,
Photoaoh Albums, Writing D)esks, Port
fol)s, Cabas 1, w ith boLxe., and( ai ciiuless
FAI NCY A1IT[CLES.
A so most elegaxnt stock of Gold Pens
"ndl Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelihle
and Copvinag; Mucilage: Chess and l',eck
'immon'Mten and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ing Cards, and everything usaally kept in a
First Ulass Stationery House,
Wh itch the subscriber intends this shall be.
HIe wil! still conduct his BINDERtY and
BLfA NK BOOK MANI'FACTQ1BY and PA
PElt-RUIANG ESTABLISIM ENT, which
has been in successfu! operation for over
thirty years in this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tentionm. Ilik stock wil he kept up full and
comTplete, and his pr.ices will lbe found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
ptoaE. R. STOKES, Main Street,
INov. 15. 4-tf Opot Phnix Offce.
Doors, Sash and Blind..
GEO. S. HACKER'S
Door, Sash and Blinid Factory,
IK ING. OPPOSITE CANNON STRE ET,
The" only house of time kind in this City
owned amid managed by a Carolinian.
A Large Stock always on hand, and sold at 20
per cent. leas than Northern prices.
Adldress. -GEO. S. hACKER.
P. O. l:oxc 170. Charle.ston, s. C.
OR6AN OF THE BAPTIST DENOMINATION,
REv. D. ShA.VE, I), .D.. ::: Eivoa
c S(0CAEsrN)i( EDITOs:.
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REV. E B.Trl(t.E, 1).1)-, - - At..-'-.'
R ttmv. T. o. .JVNES, t).D).,. N.tSiIVIL.LE. TEN~;N.
Ste:.rasti cleted t the enet and]
has bee .hle orgaa and t:eivorite of the' BSap.
ti-ts 01 ' GOr:li:i. :and fort the t :tst seveni
of3 Tenness-e, outhi Caro-liina. itoria andi
'i-i- i - ll it. in thie f itr. inerit. by'.
des I the .Lar;5 (uaintity of 31lta and I Ili
. a iba.It lect:in ofi miscellaineou. readl
ni. andt a coliptete .smumnary. of relzible
ntei:eince-bot.h domestic iand foreh.gn
will rein,er them independenit of ot her pa.
)es .ICorrectly printed Markel1t(.l:epor ot
the' piiCpal Cities will ima.ke I he. ):per im
vainbi to all classes of our; pop e.Asa
dveris in edinum, po0ssl.,~ as it does,
a constituenicy of over 2:A00 iet ntellbgent,
su.-au ialii Christian pleople-it is unequal
led by any oilher puibtication mi the South.
Tue IS m-:X elubs w ithi all then le-admln papers
andt per.o:ticats in the U.nitd St:ites. The
iitrests of friendls remiittiing us will be
>rilce ini atdvance. Se .1 a year: to Mins
ter. $2 ii': :. 'RRIS0N & CO., Proprietors.
JMS. F. H '..--iunicatins must be ad.
To whom all coflul
dressed. uenCi copies, circulars,
g;- Send for specCs
-e n.: INDEx we h:ave
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ilook Iad .Job Printing oftice in tnt
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I excellener of manner. prompt.ness and
CHPENS, we dey compei i$ORY. i
likewise, well appointed. Orders soliceitedi
for every grade ox work in this department.
County Onficials will fid it to their interests~
to consult us as to Legal Form Books, Re
cords. Minutes. Blanks, etc. . oks, Nev:s
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the :i:w. wl w i: of' the digestive oreai
ani the anitesFne.:rd renovate the who
syte c. T ihe poduc neither nonsena, gri;
ing or wcakl.., a:Il may be takeu at ar
imne without ch.-,ge o* diet or occnp:tion
Pric 25 cen I: a box. Sold by ill druggist
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye
Possesses qualitie- that no other dye doe
Its effect is instantaneous, and so natur
that it cannot be detected by the closest o
server. Being harmless and easily applie
it is in general use among the fashion3b
hair-dressers in every large city in the Unit(
Price 51 a box. Sold everywhere.
SCiOFULA, El'C iV i V-. fisEASES
TilESKIN, ST. ANT1i0NY'S FRiliE. El
SIPELAS, BLoTCH-:,%;, TUMORS. Boill.
TETTER, AND SALT 1IHE11.31, sCAL
H E A D . R:lNGW01Wf, RI )UIMATIS
PAIN ANL) ENLARCEIMENT OF Ti
BON.S FF.MALE WFAKNESS, STERI1
TY, LEUCOlilil(EA fl Wil ES. WO3
DISEASES. MlIL(IPSY. SVilTE 5?EL
ING, SYi'HII.1s, KIDNEY AND LIVI
CO31PLAIXNI, ME:lCIUAL TAIN I', AN
P LF.S, all proceed froin impure blood.
DR. TUTT'S SARSAPARILLA
is the most powerful BIood Puriiier knov
to noi-iv l seirce. It einzers iut: Tt circul
Vates the stemC produces a beautiltil cot
plexiou a cousei tice body to ,.ain flesh ai
increase in weight.
KEEP THE BLOOD HEALTY
and all will he well. To d i so, noltig b
ever been uffercl -hat can compare with ?h
valu1ablie vegetable ex:ract. Price 51.00
bottle. Sold by all Druagists. Office
CocruiatIr Struet. N. Y. Apr. 1. 8-1
A .1IEiIIL T1I1[MP H
Dr. D. S. PERRY'S
Tht-ze Blttcrs mumst becomt, the un,ive-r.
ren-vil of ti n . Thl-re is o hit b:
tlemn Ior to eqial :in t inder th!e sun. Th
restor the nvak, inviaorate tIh. fb ci
4in '. if tone to tt 4!o 0 o1
. ci I c:; w -. i c':c m:c lo .
W.! a ship lo:ad of Quin
Tilt- .i 5 1c , 1.c
por.~~t ic and pi. Tin-y aht r e ,ie
Dyspipsi:l, Liver Cotplaillis,
N,I Ira::t gi:t. R ie u ill,.
(htis an;d l'ever ani Pih
To Delicate Female
L:ciles, ihi ccr yong, will ind. the-se. ]
ts eSpci..i. .c!: pod cto i dieass pei'c
to the'c ir .s i. .N crvensnes", LI-.i i
yieldl to dhe i::cgie ebac;in of these.. ine:
HEAR WHAT I5 SAID
HE~AR WHAT IS SAiD.
HEAR WHAT IS SA
'Wonderfult (em-ers ha~ve resulted fr<
431 Chcili' ate ;ione. I can itrduly bcelit
"''hndi toe oe caseo PERRY's flitters aga
Nothitng like ilcbentithr.
"! etncio-e a:icavit off my case'. I had
do sco to contvin:c'e you ot the woncdcr
"'?-urely thter are the most deilightful wi
tonic in'th woi~ ~crld."
"D)r. W'iison says that youc are' a pub
bnOfa torO. '
"Hturrah ' No mtocre'II thmati=m.'
"No moret'L heachtc-ie, thanxks to vou."
We coubcl fill tii pacpet twice over wv
just snueh gzenitnicc exttracts, hut thce abc(
mtust suilice. Ocr Bitters are prepacredil
decr the su:pcrvi--:-no of I)r. 1) 8. l'Enli
MeInber of ti: Roycal Coclbi-iz of Phyc Iii
and Mturgeon:rc. i.oionci, En~tgland,u acnd oh
'Medlic.al Clinie of Gh;i:sgowi.
All Oiers hi be1 cc :cd]rcssed to T
PERRY A Rl(M ATIC BITTER CO.,
42 Courtland Street,
NEW YORK, U. S.
The Bitters are sola either by the bottle or ca
at $1 per bottle
Parties int~c!:~ so i 'trs for adv iice as
tli'their dise cses c i cnfer cglie' a lnear
. ivingc tnanw: of~ Co:I as well aV s To
derfucl :ltnc:c t cf liin:e anId :i:uieyant,
THE PERRY AROMAATIC BITTER COMPAA
.42 C(:!:W'Tl..\Ni) ST lEET.
MIar. 1s. tIi1-I!-y
SIMMONS' EPA TIC COMPOU
I - pron:nee :t'yc! V >r. ( .'. S~itn ni. wi
L iver.itc iglatr,a eit ng factr ciuperSiortll
any13 Liver3!dic';nc nowcc othrred titc- pl
it hais a litr- c i:cultion.i andc i.,' cctii gaini
rccund'. Alth.Ou.: tii is. a nei.~rvprp:c
icc wie unhtluily gy :we ican(11 lirci
asigood c:crt iIc-at;s tiromt ais good tment
tureri r:tlc-- byV
DR. W. F. PRATT,
Sice Ac gen tfor ti-> pi cet
E. L. K ING & SO:.NS,
t;!.M!I. S. C.
SPEC.iFhD ME DIuiNES.
DR. G R EEN!S FI C1/I2E.
The- Grtc-. itemey fo Ep i.
t e -'- r.ic - ne1 i i:t'. t i. 'r,- w 'cc.1
Thec Gireai legetable AlteratiYe
s cr ci. ce oWc-!y h:.s 1r p i n
ci. A-na an tinitaoll-- ( .1'-. te
p:i:-.sages- iand tLuci:p P~y i timhtcly u
manylt suppose'd 0en or- i~ Ccc on mot ion a
NE/R ALGIA SPEC/FFIC 1
A prtoimpt. positive anid pcerincalent rehi
for tice. exerueinting pcainis of Neuratlgi
Rhenaticim atmi Scifttica.
For sale by Dr. S. F. FANT, Newberry, S.
Prepatred ontly by
DRS. 6REEN, LINDLEY & BENTLEY,
Iec.1Li5-ly. CHARLOTTE, N.
DR. 4-i. BAER,
WIIOLESALE. AND RETAIL
DR UGG IST
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3 i8-tf.
- Ur. J. Walker's California
Ti nezar Iitters are a purely Veg
etable preparation. made chiefly from
the native herbs found on the lower
I ranges of the Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, the medicinal
properties of which are extracted
d therefrom without the use of Alcohol.
The question is almost daily asked,
" What is the cause of the unpar
alleled SUCCeSs of VINEGAR BIT
TERS 4' Our answer is, that they
remove the cause of disease, and
the patient recovers his health. They
are the great blood purifier and a
lifM-giving principle. a perfect Reno
vator and Invigorator of the system.
Never b66re il e iistory of the world
F ha.i a ni-dicine been conmounded pos
- sessing the rtmarkable qualities of VIN
.EAR 'B:TTERS in healing the sick of
Severv di.ase man is heir to. They are
a geltle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
- relievin" Con restion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
The properties of DR. WALK
L- ER'S V INEGAR BITTERS are Aperient, Dia
pioretic. Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diaretic, Sedative, Counter-Irritant,
n-Sudorifie. Alteritive. and Anti-Bilious.
R. H. IcDONALD & CO..
Draggists & Gen. Agts., San Francisco. Califor
uia. & cor. of Washington and Chariton Sts..N.Y.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealerv.
A pr. 2a1.PZ4-17-1ly.
A JA ELEFFEL'S
Turbine Water Wheel.
POOLE & Hi-NfT. Baltimore,
Xanufacturers for the South ard Southwest
d . , m nne.s:ggaa
0;sz- fr .n5. 19 %L inh .
,I t uoteoo:i:'nnuo ae
.t.\N!'F \(': tl ' l . ..). O
lioi lera .b h' s i-.N -r iLr: MinL :-.d .r aw
Im .rit -- ii. I: o:ity oil .lchoiner.-.
.*.I . *e '1,,r 4 n late . d w rs :n foil
('. ; ifil,'.t il !! . 1 'l tond . S: ,r-rs.
SENb ri LiC Rl ::CIRCLRS.
e,. (;I. A & CAL -C(
t- mn 24, d . 5-t :ltat:e iv r eor 5.n h
n:en fh d b .en m Pp.Evr ad:1einen
he Nt ewfb!:er bestel.:in
Pl .e in the country n ii e povid'. -
e:::ain iiki: re dneedUl'I 1 rateisiL fromnd
a.toh i nd th vL .': :eo t olr.( eiirl th t pig
ud ren:r !!L : t hi- IJ [ t:OR t !!e
>m ihii ro . . 'I $ .r e! ; to4 te
ye. e th arrangd cL Icorn: to ac
1.in.(R'di i A LNA
(OV(oum i. lte,
ri Juni, ----t~i.Propretor.5;0
L ILLOK L AOUT t
AT THE,~ s C
J . C. CH - , P 'ropetor.
app 3a hinLsaiNT-im.
Tile lo:ti- is i:;.plie t w n g nmetent
.th uins poio.i e-mie the iv-aojar.
toLiera e.i.- Ho. .n. > e .lvr an
n.pe d;ttv hl ..m'mAr. 11, 14-It.
Theoopitoo--i I ce - - -
.\ic h alth inr . bia e:':: the :eaut-ton
of dhi5 yos e as::. f -.-r n. :l ften, b e fthisl
__ rd Slueth euatoi.\flOwee
to Nov. .12, w im--!: . Preridetr.
(11 the A1c I s: ,Wreih.
ISCHEDULE OF. CC
FO R 13 .11
BAY ILNi SEAMECS . . W .m
A\NA)IE:%_IC LINE 1,TEAMEU. - - Mon
CLYDE - -EAME R,, i - - - o -
FOR -NEW I
DAILY (except Fridys, at 7 . in.
MERCIJANT.- & MINERS'LIINE.
FOR PRO VU
MERCH SCANTD& M UINES LINE. - - C
BALTIMORE & SOUTH ERN TP1ANSPORITATIO\
FOR 1 IlLDI
PANN1-ADELPCIAN & SOUTBEINSTEA61-11 CC
CLYDE & cT.E*ES,WY0HK AND -IL.N(;TON
Conne' ti-ral oachz plac vithi raMl ines forall Nt
rent rat'a a .re given and gunnmrvned.
' -7ozol in-t~ ainoml A-rents.North il~Dt
.ITYG(E LD No. e. at mpiip. Stre t. A.
j.. Fj'rzuI.A1.1). %0O Suuth Street.
C A E N BRAINDNi LIE -roa-d-a.
Epecial ly arramglo(I fr tbiov, a(i-nlOt 0f Cotton
PL AUETGUSTA,SOT .E'STA.:rP
CLYve', WI.MINTON - - p. IllTe
LeaveNV ILMINGWIN - Z .iI 11. 11. Ar
Arrive at 1TP'OUTs.%1)1:T11 4.():) p). M.An
, *C01131iccis do-ecly with inwVar'l boundI .
STrou.-.0 Freight Tratins oil Gwer"'iIi Rail M,
tConnecting with piwardc Frith ri int rai l +
-trom rGren vile and 0 ui.1 lnt alr. ld C
*I and ChurPo te i vi.i'on' of Charlottv. 0,lmin. (11
he b tllig iAamdT AetrhwOad. tlt,
S'Coin le til !v wizh mW
ALTMRE. . R
AVE AGE THA
1 i!--rs1'_ to lk".1flulore, 4 Day3s: Auuetla 1
E.]FIT1-hr'Il.t D .\ S uth ( Stee t
New York. 5Dy ngs
i.lEfBR21NER .itodw. L1 -*1 .o
Lavni 'G -11 P. C 11. .in lA m.
Arrive CLWAL1RGTN K.a, p .L
LeaiILU 1ian . -ut..i
A eb. a I t.
r: at. . 1 - '
ron renile and Couba iroi,o
biDnaQ\.:s:tIal Nui . a
I with outward-bound .
Leave nnihiii :.
I .. . . . . . . . . . . . . II
avest iito aLioe 4 ~ Days puu in
Ap- For:iii in4na or in .llb of L: i
N,% itu,-y.. .... ... . . . . ... p m
Arrive G a t h:. -r . \. .nt . ;5.Ln
Acc.Imi;. I toff I r.0 , Western .\tet. Alan
Assnl. 1o.i nt V1 e :t l 'ra-!I;rit. Ag nt
.le~Oi n 'ud~ Wi ltinsd n, N.d C. roy
Febp i. 27ti-t -.
SGutheCalia Rolmbia R iomad.,
(>aiid fL:'r2U I)A Y-e. Oc-eeri 19 tL i'aI
Leave onharst:a....'....... .: :m
1.rave aColu ba................... 01 m .
L.-v .\M..n...t......................9. ) a in
A--v Newberry..a..... ...........-- . "1 i
Arrive G ree'; vill:-- . .. . - . --. ---5 .T p 0a
Lave G uIt Hvte .... .. . -....7 a mi
--G tot n........................ . . ca .m)
L--v CIiaie:- m r ...... ..... .. ......1 15 a
--iv .\t evil e.... ' ... . .. . .. . . s.1 a m
--av N e w err .. ... .. ... ... .. ..a.t P n i L e
"riea '~ !so Altn ............ .... 0/ 01 m T.
IArrive ut:Aui ii . . . . . . . . . .. . i A
* 'e li.iv...................... .. .i
" rizv at I I GU ..... i.......... . ..... 11 4 10 a to
'' A nraion ..........i . .. ... . ~c. c..i. .. ona
Leave llelaod at. . p..r m
a I rrv-me ..... 6z N > :la mn
Ariv:dWah i. ..i & p m
Acom od til Trisrn o be i
Branh. ondas, ednsday-- nd Fid ys.
On Adersm Bruch,betwen Biro and Au ra
dersn. n Tusdas. Tmrsays nd aturays
THO . D 1)..ME D. en i iipt.
ON and aferSN AY.Ot e 1 teP::i
wil ru 'Ks IR.10 lNllows:j f
Lev(harl st on .... ....................a I .0
Lr ive' at, ~Aug t. .. .... .1 iC . . ....... 19 o p mI
L Ae io vlumbint : Pt.... .. ......... 'S 1' am
I 'auve AViUg1 'J:r.. .... .- -- -- --
IArrive (a ot resto n . . - - 1 - 2 ri
.2traitnti ionT c.'ahE coi (ctna XCe.ke-)
Leaved tohale -ont No h ri lu !.......... ....t 10x li mr
A tio.vat Colnib~ia a n ...... ..li . A.d t al in 0
r.riteot. vn at hretneat................5 m. T<.
A GCT NI O. EX 1dS Traun.y No. STed-i
Leave Charloton....... . 3.. .. lm .
A Le-ave (:-.i \ute .1... .. 5am
Lev Aiu borot .12-..... . .
rrive at Coale:noia . 42....... - 1
.eave Colmberi.2.52 ..... 3.-.4---.-3
r ive a u ads.. t......... . A. 31,
.i aveat.0un Iia e v le . . . . . . . . .
Leiave 'amdnW........t.1P.3.-----4S A. m1
. rrive aUt um i. ...... ...... 1 S 50 a .11
Li; e 'o. i nne........; t . .---- v ia l
ou'h a n di:h Tra ins m::k.:t at cn.:ta. i
t Aunts . wiuth n G .rgaIa;ed
e rek.-h aTicmet irctrdte and :ag ceedn:
ll rt:::.i chei:T :. yot :-oue o. it
Sliere.i as n. a ll 10 bih. e tr e. :.- 4d
JAS :.u:. At::i.tD aSnd .\u;nu-a S:iu'd
A. Pz R n.N, Gu::eraTkt A:ent.
all principal pola.
Sleeping cars on all ni at trains. e ,
JAS. ANDE SON, General SEft
-.. n.. o..........A same a anny
dti Ag'ista. Wilmington,
. W C'dul, Sea bo. rd
R wa .:nd Stearn
n 1 :iliici a:mS LiPre.
ui;;'tr-.cn trani--it anu low
. .. :: G p S and 'n
. . - - Daily.7 1,. m.
dlays. W(1n:esd1y: and Frilays, 4 p. m.
I Tuesdlay:S and! Saturda:,ys, at 4 p. mi.
, il 1K.
. - Tiu-s ays,and Friatlys.at I p. m.
WIIn e, ..days\ ami Saturday ., 4 1. m.
C01P'AN'S STEA EMAaERS, Wednesilays
31P".\NY's STE.AMEI'Vz. ENvery Tur'otlay
i.INE Every Wednesday.
.w Enogland wn to wich lowest enr
in a! p . to the pAtrons of tho
11. KEITi. 7' Wa.hing-on S,reet.
mil Mcrchan.vl se on unequalled tine.
Lve aT OI - 12.00 m.
ive at WII,MINGTON - Oa.m.
ve WH - Ll%(,TON - S.00 p.m.
riv. at rCOLUI iA - 10.0 p. m.
iveat: .'U.TA - - - 6.*p.m.j
connelctin elIg .ely with inward-bound
I'iI l;re. Philadelphi. New York and
Coneing wit hi oitwal Freight Trains
GJreevi I and Cmeia I Railroadi, :md
111it >ivision of LWlott. CoUlmbia
I .n: a n br. .
Conn14 -ing wita o twarI Freight Tntins
S.ri'M1. 3aconl Id Augusta. and Cen
o Philadlphi, 5 Days Augusta to
a1 to Boston, ; Days.
ig, Throt:dhate. atc.. LetC.. apply to the
Smout; 1. Va.
Ge dFreVi;.;h1 .\gc-en:";.
W~imin:-ge. N. C.: :7 lIroadway. N. Y.;
0M!NGTON, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. R.
(I.:.N.' I. 1P s.: G r. DEPARTMENT.
i S. C. May r-,. 1571.
E!. : P0.. . e g r.S hd l i oe
edi o :-.. ' r . .ay May 18th izistavit:
(;u.N(; NOM H.
No. : Truil. No. 4 Train.
c.ec n a,a.. ..6m . y45 p. M.
S e c . . 1 )5 p in. 2.1o :. m.
- 1p. m. 7.:5a. m.
I:. Trva:ke :n:ii-s e!ose c-iueion. via 1;
Nclti;. ::rrivi: in Nev York
T : c!hs c:, Cec :. vi:: Old
'I 1:b:.1:d. to ::1 poinkts
t m:aNe-. Yo:k : 42-> p. ui:.
No. 1 Tiin. No.11 Train.
ea it .i lml-' a .. 9 5 p. in. 4.0 87u m.
Ac.:raitIin rain No.2 leaves Clumia
a..:e's Ti-.in No. 4 leaves Coiumbia crery
\!:<ki" el'e eniai:cetions at Columbis icr all
I''IUo": ickets 'old. and baggage checked to
Liiuian Pala ce Slice4rs cu a:I night trains.
A. PoPE. General Paenger and TicketAgent.
SPARTANBURG & UN!ON RAIL. ROAD.
n'e Iio!!"Wing l'a.seuger Schiedule will be op.
e.i o0 and ai'ter Monday, .June ]1st. 1S74:
1)4 WN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leauve. Arrive. Leaave.
r.rtan'urg.... 1. .i.24
t<sville....11.32 1.2 27 22
co............ 11A1.453.3 1
.: le......12.15 .?pm .3 i3
.i,niviliei....12.511, 1 4m1
ut............ 1.42 1.0 145 1.S
-hz I2:'.i......2.12 2 # 1.1 1.0
eitoni......... . 2.'!14S1.~
l1'Ford ...... 2.53 1.4
otl'ir .~7113 2O~' l'. 2 2
12W DVE. Sp. m.l 1.28 x..3
HE1.1HNS FR2E:D,p 25
I'.35 Ft I 47 10..
I I 1 1 15 10.0I 1D.Y
C.\ROL.INA OlIPHIAN HOME.
11yar i advnIce,..-.-.-.-..-.-..:..00
141nioi<. 12n advance...-.-.-..-.-.-.1 00
all Mini ite.r-. Onei~ Dollar peIr nrax.
l.rTES OF) A I vErfISING lIEASONAD!.E.
i t10 he rits of ti a paper atre us.I in
1 '1orting de4'titutIe orph1an2s. We want
4;- 'ne who rea s thh,.~to subiscribe.
re,it. '. OLIVER.
F:n 1. I -r I partanburg..$. C.
THE1 GRE AT REMEDY FOR~
hieh can be cured by a
nv resor.t to this stand
(1 ]Wprepaation, as has been
-oved( hv the hundreds of
monliHlals received by the
-opr1ietorvs. It is acknowl
l20.( ly many p)romnent,
ivsiciIns to bo the most
Li:1ble preparation ever in
'duced for the relief and
-O of all Limg complaints,
d( is offered to the public,
tnationed by the experience
over forty years. When
sorted to in season it sel
am fails to effect a speedy
ar'e in the most severe
ises of Coughs, Bronchitis,
~roup, Whooping Cough,
afluenza, Asthma, Colds,
or Throat, Pains or Sore-.
ess in the Chest and Side,
Aiver Complaint, Bleeding
t tlhe Lungs, &c. Wistar's
falsam does not dry up a
2ough, andleae the us
chind, as is the case with
*ost preparations, but it
>oscns and cleanses the
angs, and allays irritatioD,
hius removing the cause
ET .FOWLB & 8038, 1