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MiLK AS A DIET AND ITS
EFFECT ON THE SYSTEM.
The7 is considerable difference
of opiiiWn on the subject of a milk
diet. It is surrounded with a mass
of whims of prejudices, and mis
taken i*s, which are based more
on indivoival fancies than upon cer
tain facts. To one glass of milk
imbibed is believed to be a sure
provocation of a billious attack; to
another, a disordered stomach; to a
third, drowsiness, and so on,
through such a category of simple
though disagreeable ailments that
we look aghast at the farmer who
drains cup after cup of the fresh
pure liquid, time and again during
the day, and wonder at the resist
ing powers which his organization
must possess. The truth is howev
er that milk is not unwholesome.
On the-contrary, it contains good
substantial boue,'muscle, flesh and
brain-producing substances, which,
assimilating quickly, act rapidly in
building up the body. .Naturally,
we assert, it is nourishing; that it
does bring on certain troubles is nev
ertheless true, but the cause is in the
individual stomach, not in the milk,
proviied of course, the latter be
fresh and sweet. Milk diluted with
one-third lime water, it is said, will
not cause any one biliousness or
headache, and, if taken regularly,
will so strengthen the stomach as
to banish these disorders. It mad
be taken with acid of some kind
when it does not easily digest.
The idea that milk must not be
eaten with pickles is not an intelli
gent one, as milk curdles in the
stornach nearly as soon as it is
swallowed. When milk is consti
pating, as it is frequently found to
be by persons who C nk fr-ely of
,it in the-country in summer time,
a little salt sprinkled in each glass
ful will prevent the difficulty.
When it has an opposite effect, a
few drops of brandy in each goblet
of milk will obviate its purgative
effect. As milk is so essential to
the health of our bodies, it is well
to consider when to take it, and
how. It is a mistake to drink milk
between meals, or with food at the
4 table. In the former case it will
'destr6y the appetite, and in the
latter it is never proper to drink
anything. After finishing each
meal a goblet of pure milk should
be drank ; and if any one wishes
to grow fleshy, a pint before re
tiring at night will soon cover the
scrawniest bones. In cases of fever
and summer complaint, milk is n~ow
given with excellent results. The
idea that milk is "feverish" has ex
ploded, and itis now the physician's
great reliance in bringing through
typhoid patients, or those in too
low a state to be nourished by solid
DRNKS FR H AYING AND HAR
VES.-Agricultural journals per
sist in recommending various con
coctions for farmers to drink during
the heating and exhausting labors
of the hay field and the harvest
field. We have, in our day, tried
these various mixtures, but we have
found nothing equal to pure, cold
well water. Active exercise under
a sun that would raise the mercury
above 100 degrees raises the tem
perature of the body to a high de
gree, a degree that would prove
fatal were it not for the constant
operation of nature's infallible
thickens the blood and other fluids,
causing thirst, frequent and intense.
What drink is so well calculated
to reduce the internal heat and
thin the fluids as cold water ? Hiav
ing decided upon using cold water
as the beverage of the hay and
harvest fields, the next thing is to
use it judiciously. It can be so used
as to be injurious. When the la
borer eomes around to the water
jug, or whatever the vessel may be,
hot and thirsty, and breathing
rapidly, if he seizes the vessel and
drinks until he is satisfied, he will
cool off too suddenly and take too
much water into his stomach ; but
if he will take a mouthfull into his
mouth, hold it for a moment, gar
gle it in his throat, and then eject it,
and afterward drink a swallow at a
time, -pausing a moment between
swallows, he will find that a much
less quantity will suffice to allay'
his thirst and he will cool off more
STICK TO YOUR FARMS.
The feeling that you are settled
and fixed will induce you to go to
work to improve your farms, to
plant orchards, to set out shade
trees, to enciose pastures, to build
comfortable out-houses, and each
successive improvement is a bond
to bind you still closer to your
homes. This will bring content
ment in the family. Your wives
and daughters will fall in love with
the country, your :ions will love
home more than the grngbop, and
prefer farming to measuring tape
or professional loafing, and you
will be happy in seeing the con
tented and cheerful faces of your
Make your bome beautiful, con
venient and pleasant, and your
children will love it above all other
places; they will leave it with re
gret, think of it with fondness,come
back to it joyfully, and seek their
chief happiness around their home
Women an-l children need more
than meat, bread and raiment ;
more than acres of corn and cot
ton spread out all around them.
Their love of the beautiful must be
satisfied. Their tastes must be cul
tivated. Their sensibilities humor
ed, not shocked. To accomplish
this good end, home raust be made
love'y, conveniences multiplied,
comforts provided, and cheerful
There must be b.,th sui,shine and
shade, luscious fruits and fragrant
flowers, as well as corn and cotton.
The mind and heart as well as the
fields must be cultivated ; and then
intelligence and contentment wi'l
be the rule instead of exception.
Stick to, improve and beautify your
homesteads ; for with this good
work comes contentment.
VALUE OF FODDER CORN.-At a
meeting of the Massachusetts Cheese
Factory Association. Addison H. Hol
land, a Barre farmer, read an essay 0
fodder corn. With seventeen cows,
he experimented to see what its value
was in producing milk; during the
month of July he turned his cows in
to a good pasture, after having fed
them with fodder corn, and they show
ed a large falling off in milk. He
then, through August, soiled them
in the stable, feeding fodder corn, and
there was a gain in the productior,
of milk. In September they were
again turned into the mowing (full
field,) and they fell off. Mr. Holland
cures his corn by spreading it upon
the stone walls, and regards it as a
valuable feed for mnilch cows when
well eured. He thinks fodder corn
the best crop there is to bridge over a
dry time with ; fed sixty or seventy
pounds per cow when they were kept
in a short pasture.
TRAP FOR CUT-WORMs.-T li e
American Agriculturist gives the
following : An old shovel handle is
split for about a foot with a fine saw.
The split portion is soaked in boiling
water to soften it, and the ends are
inserted into holes made in a hoop or
ring~ of wood two inches wide, one inch
thick and eight inches in diameter.
In the bottom of the ring there are in
serted a number of pieces of an old
broom handle, projeeting two inches,
and placed not more than a quarter of
an inch apart. When this is pressed
into the earth around a hill of corn or
a cabbage plant it leaves a circle of
smooth round holes two inches deep,
with compact sides and bottoms. The
cut-worms fall into these holes in their
nightly rambles, and may be found and
destroyed in the morning.
IIINTs FOR STACKING HAY.-The
Pacific Rural Press says: "Make
your stacks long and narrow. It will
cure better, and there is less danger of
its becoming musty ; besides it will be
easier baling. The press can be
moved easier than you can pitch from
the rear of a wide stack. In building
the stack unload alternately on differ
ent sections of the stack ; this will al
low the air to circulate through each
load before it is settled down by ano
ther placed upon it. A bout three gal
lons of salt thrown into a load of hay
will preserve its sweetness. Three
quarts are recommended by a hay far
SOFTENING VIOLIN NJOTES.
M. Laborde states, in Les Mondes,;
that the disagreeable rasping tones
peculiar to some violins may be
avoided by placing a small strip of
wax on the upper portion of the
bridge. The notes are immediate
ly rendered sweet and soft, and
can be suited to the ear by regula
ting the size of the piece of wax.
A GOOD DISINFECTANT.-A very.
weak solution of permianganateof potash
is an excellent disinfectant for light
purposes, such as rinsing spittoons, I
neutralizing the taint of diseased roots,
cleaning the feet and keeping the>
breath from odor of tobacco smoke.
Permanganate is not poisonous. r
BEE STINGS.-Dr. Danvernere
commends the use of lime water to
relieve the burning sensation~produ
ced by the stings of wasps and bees.
This remedy is frequently at hand tl
when ammonia. is not to be ha I
[is a depresaing effect on all classes, but for
unutely it is only temporary, und the want
Will not continue lmon:. In the tne:e,
the large stock of CLOTHING on band
ro offer special inducements. Immediate ap
plication will convince any one that
f0 CLOTIHE, 8110E & HAT
himself, is the easiest thing imaginable. No
Can do as well for you. Come and examine
our stock, which can be done
Oct. 22, 42-tr.
C. M. HARRIS,
Cabinet Maker & Undertaker.
Has on hand and will make to order, Bed
steads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sofas,
Settees, Lounges, &c
Cabinet Work of all kinds made and re
paired on liberal terms.
Has on hand a full supply of Metalic, Ma
hogan and Rosewood Burial Cases.
Coffins made to order at short notice, and
Oct 9 40 tf. WARTIN HARRIS.
fisk' Metallic Oudial Casms
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly ot
hand a fullassortment of the above appioved
eases, of different patterns, besides coffins
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
railroad will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
furnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation
of the same, and assures the public that
no effort on his part will be spar- ' to render
the utmost satisfaction.
R. C. CD.?MAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
g4 per cent. guaranteed with
WATER WHEEL T
The best in the Market, and
sold at less'~ than any other
Send for aPamhet and be con
vinced. N. F. Bui,,York,Pa.
LIND IND LI1B0RIFFIRE
The undersigned, having established a
L.and a:.d Labor Office in the towtn of New
berry, S. C., will buy atnd sell lands, or ne
gotiate sales for lands. Also provide la
borers to work for wages; or to work for
part of the crop, or to rent lands.
He will aleo procure homes for immni
grants, and will co-operate with thte regular
established immigration agenciecs for the
Mt.j. R B. Holman is employed to assist
int the management of the office, and Rev.
H. W. Kuhns and C. G. Jieger, E.q., have
cot,sented to attend to thte interpretation
and correspontdentce. H. H. BLEASE.
A pr. 15, 15-tf.
SP.ARTANBURG COUNTY, S. C.,
Is made the most attractive resort in the
South. Extensive alterations and improve
metnts hare been nm .de. Every amusement
that is to be found at thte best Wateritng
Places in the coutttry will be provided.
Excursion Tickets at reduced rates front
Columbhia and Charlestotn to the Springs
and return~ are on sale at ticket offices.
Rates from $15 to $IS per week ; $40 to
$ii per tnonth arranged accordintg to ac
GORMAN & CA LNAN,
(Of ('olttmbi:t lIotel,)
June 24, 25-t f. Propt ietors.
FOR YOUR MEALS
amBreakfast Going~ U p and Dinner
The Newberry Hotel.
C. C. CH ASE, Proprietor.
I would respectfutlly ittform nty friettds
and :hte traveling pubhlie gettertally, thatI
amt renovating the Hlutel preparatory to the
The housec is stupplied witht coipetent,
f.ithftul, polite ar.1 att'tttive servants.
Liberal reductit.n tmad - to weekly and
monthtly btoarders. A i - -42, 1 6-tf.
Excursion Season of 1874 via
Atlantic Coast anid Mtidland
WILMINGTON, COL. & AUG. R. R.,
CoLcM.tta, S. C., May 29, 1874.
ROUND T RIP TICK ETS to all prominent
Virginia Springs and Western North Caro
lina Excur.,ion Points, good until Novem
ber 1, 1874, will be on sale at the Compa
ty's Ticket Offices in thtis city, both via
Charlotte anid Wilmintgton, ott and after
June 1, 1874.
Tickets to New York, Philadelphia, Bal
tiore, via Bar Lta:, at reduced rates,
also on sale. A. POPE,
General Passenger Aget-t.
BOARD REDUUE TO 400J PER DAL.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Proprietor of thtis well kntown F-iRST[
LASS HO0TEL would respectfully intforml
ls many friends antd the traveling public
~enerally, that he has this day REr.UCEDc
IIlS RATES OF BOA RD from $4 per day
o $3 PER DAY, and at the same timtet
ledges hitnself to spare tto paitts in tlhe1a
natagement of the house to sustain its re- t
>utation as a first class Hotel itt every re-Ie
pect. WM. GORMAN,
July 30, 30-tf. Proprietor. p
Regular and Transient
BV MRS. BREAZEALE.
43 PLAIN~ STEEET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The location is convenient, heing near
te business portion of the city-adjacent
>the Gentral HoteL. Transient Board $2 tI
er day. Mar. 11,
R.&W. 0. E
BEG to :iinouncve to their rium, tous fi:end
as full as in former season.<, and i: now open
OUR CUSTOM D
-'replete with a uell seleti:d o k of CA. 11
Give us a call and be conviicied that vou e
Goods sent C. 0. D., with the privilege of c
ENGLIS11 AND AMERICAIN 11I1
II:ON. STEEL. NAIT.S. CASTINGS. MILL
MAC!1NER. CIRCUI.AIR SAWS. WILL I
BUILDING and TRI31MING MATER
BELTING, ALL KiN
HOUSEKEEPING AND FU
AGRICULTVIRAL IMPLEMENTS. LIME. 4
FI:ENCII and AI1EICAN WINDOW I
SHOT ItELTh:. FLASKS. 10'
At the Sign of the G(
Feb. 2.5, 8--itf.
hEP0 UEP COOL 1
KEEP CO0OL EE (9
New Silk Ties,
New Prints IS
The Prices so Low for them u
that all, Great and Small, b
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
July 15, 28-tf. .
ENTS' UVRNISHING FOODS,
KINARI) & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Have in store one of the largest andl most
complete asrtmets of CLO)l'IHN(; an~d
FURNISING GOOI)S to he found in the
tate, anid still contit,ue to sell their goods
at the very lowest prices. Com:e and see
our stock, anid judge fur yoiurself, if we do,
not sell ce:tper thatn th ecapest for cash.
M. GOLD)ullTlI. P- KIND.
FHIlX ION WORKS
COLUIMBIA, S. C.
GOLDSMITil & KID,
Faurder aod Machhit
Have always on hand
stationary Steam Engines
and Boilers for Saw
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
CASTINGS of every kind in 11ro1 or Brass. I.:1
We gutarantee to furnish Enigines and to
toilers of as good qunality and power, and ye
Lt :ts low rates as can he had in the North. thI
e nn actur-e, alo, thie .A l)) i~l 0
ommiendt for power, simpjlicity ofIconstruc- th:
-e r zt - wok 1adasure prom pt.$
less and diisptch iltiln orIcrs e
.at. 14, -.-t f. Columbia, S. C. it
eegers' vs, Cincinnati i
The Cincinnati G-izette tmakes the aston- siu
shing nntouncemnt that Cincinnati heer Ir
no longer pure, but adulterated with mo. an
asses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the in1
loisonos colchicunm. The Comn missioner c.
I Agriculture, in his report for 1865, says tic
at Prof. Mapes, of New York, anal3 zed
he beer framt a dozen different breweries.
td foutd all of it adulterated. Cocculus dr
ndieus an.1 tn vowica entered largely itt
a its compositiotn. et<
J. . SEEGERS guartantecs his beer to be
are and reliable. He does not, adulterate p
,,but brews from thme best harley, malt and Bo
op,. Feb. 4, 5-tf. kt
REESE & CARROLL, L
HAVING AND HAIR DRESSING
North of the Pollock House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Room newly fitted and furnished, and gen-I
aen attended to with celerity, after theo
6st approved styles. Nov. 22, 47-LI. F
k, s. c.,
anld patrons that their
S, Etc., Etc.,
ERES and VESTINGS.
in save money by supplying your wants
T AND HAT HOUSE.
xamining before paving for same.
R01IRE AND CUTLERY,
iTONEFS. I'OLTING CLOTHS. S1UT
RwNs. SU4.%R PANS. CARRIAGE,
[A L-. RUUBEi: anI LEATHER
DS OF TOOLS,
"EMENT, PLASTER. PANT,. 011.S.
3LASS, GUNS. ILF.E5, PISTOLS.
WDERI. SHOT, &c.. &c.
A, S. C.
tationery and Binding
IE STITIONERY IIOUSE,
E. R. STOKES
HAS Jost opened, in the new and hand
>mie 1uildinrg immediately opposite thb
Lcenix office, on Main street, a completc
ompriing Letter, Cap and Note Paper, o
I sizes, qualities and of every description
]at Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
ium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperia
zes, which will be sold in any quantity, o1
tanufactured into Blank Books of any si,,e
ad ruled to any pattern, and bound in an%
tye, at short notice.
2 endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
f every variety, Memorandumn and Pas;
ooks, Pocket Books, Invoice and Lette
ooks, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARCit[rECTS and DRAUGIlTS.1EN wil
nd a complete stock of materials for tbei
se. Drawing Paper, in sheets and ro!is
ristol Boards, Posta. Paper and Bonrds, Oi
'aper, Pencils, WaterColors, in cakes an(
oxes, Brushes, Ctayons, Drawing Pens.
f every description; a great variety of con
enient and useful articles for both Teacher
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
>ios, Cabas, with boxes, and a counties
Alto, s most elegant stock of Gold Pen
nd Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubbe
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, IndelibI
nd Copying; Mucilage; (.hess and Back
ammon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ing Cards, and every thing usnally kept in;
'irst Glass Stationery House
Chich the subscriber intends this shall be.
lie will still conduct his BINDERY am
|LANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
ERRULING; ESTABLISHMENT, whic1
as been in successful operation for ove
irty years in this State, and to which hi
'ill continue to devote his own personal at
ntion. His stock will be kept up full ant
>mplete, and his prices will be found alway:
~asonable, and he hopes to bave a share o
E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phe~nix Office.
!oors, Sas'h and Blinds
I 80ITIIERN IIOtiSE.
GEO. S. HACKER'S
loor, Sash and Blind Factory
K ING, OPPOSITE CANNON ST RE ET.
Tet only house of the kind in this City
wned(IIit and managcd by a Carolinian.
Large Stock always on hand, and sold at 2(
per cent. less than Northern prices.
Adress, G EO. S. HTACKERt.
P. 0. Ilox 170. Charleston, S. C.
.Jan. 21, 1I74-3-ly.
TIlE ChllISTIAN INDEX.
OR6AN OF THE BAPTIST DENOMINATION,
sv. D. SHAVERt, D.D., : : : EtiTou:.
av. J. E. BUTL EIR. DRt. .J. S. L AW TON.
.:v. . . JONES. t).D., - NASH viLLE. TENN.
teafastly tdevoted to the Tenets and
eat interests tof the lIaptis5t Denomnin:tion,11
is paperi, which~l for ne(any half a cetlutry,
s een the organ and ravorite of the flap
its of Georgia,. andi for the past seven
ars.,hearing~ the sameit initimaiteat iloll to
e briotherhood of A labamat and poirtionis
Tennessee, South Carolina:. F'loridLa andI
iissi ppi-wVill,. in the future, mlerit, by',
e xeellency of its chiaracter. their ighlest
>peiat ion. Thie reatier will ind thait, he
1es thle lar:ge quanitity Vof 3Moral andl Rel i
Ils Truth with whuich it is freighted week
a. htelit aelectionit ofl miscellneouls readt
.and a complllete summtlary of reliabtle
telligttnce-h,oth0 domlest i( andI foreign
.11 render themn indel~pendentt of oilher pa
rs. Corree-tly prite.d Market Reports of
i prinicipatl cities will make the paper in
luablet to all claisses of our people. As all
vertising medtaium,n possessmli. as it dloes.
lstanlt ial Christian petople-it is unel-lll
I by any Othler pulilcaition ill thle South.
E; IN hEX chiths with1:1l1 the leadinug PaIl(t's
periodicals ill the Unifted Sttes. TheC
erests of friendls remitting us will be
ice ill adlvance, $2 50 a year; to Minis
,AS. P. HARRISON & CO., Proprietors.
To whom all commnunications must be ad
: nd for specimen copies, circulars.
n conection withl THlE INDEX we have
raps the laLrgest and1( mlost complete
ok andi Job Printing otfiee in the South
E FRANKLIN STEAM PRINTING HOUSE
tt which every style of Book, Mercantile,
gal and Railway P'rinting is executed.
excellency of manner, plromptness and
E APESs, we defy compteition.
ur BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY is
ewise, well appointed. Orders solicited
every grade or work i tis department.
unty Ofcals wili llnd it to their interests
:onslt us as to Legal Form Books, Re
-ds, Minutes, Blanks, etc. Books, News
ers, Sheet, Music aud Periodicals bound
i rebound to ordler. Remember to make.
ir orders on the Fraklin Steam Printing
use. JAMES. P. HA RRISON & CO.,
Nos. 2' and 29 South-Broad street.
sb. 1, 8...__+ A tlta in a
Till .E*T ADVICE TIIAT CAN BE
given to person. suffering from Dyspepsia,
Liver Complai::t, Cun-,tipation. Colic. Sick
iie iache, Chills and Fever, Nervous Debili
tv. or of *::v disordc of the totiaci!, liver or
kidney., is 'to tone, cecan:.e and regulate them
by the use of
DR. TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS.
rhev act very mii,2v. vet thoroughly restore
the ftmet:otn:! :!ii of the diaest:ve org:mns
snd the intes:in,.d:;d renovate the whole
systei. Thytv proiduce neither imuses, grip
ing or weak tinc'x, und miy he taken at any
:inw without eb:an:e of diet or occupation.
Price 25 cen ts a b;x. Sold by all druggists
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye e
Possesses qualities that no other dye does. t
Its effect i- insmutaitiu.s. and so natural I'
that it cannot be detected by the ClO:e5t ob- t
er ver. licing hiarmtless and easily applied,
it i.; in genera ,Ie among the ftashionahb!"
lair-dres%ers in every large city im tle United
l'rice S1 a box. Sold everywhere.
SCR)F1'LA. EI.UPTVlIY DISFASES OF
THE SKIN. ST. ANTIONY'S FIlRE, 1E1Y
SIPE.LAS, BLOTCHES, T'MOR,). BOIlS,
TETTIER. AN) SALT itHEUM, NCAI) e
H E AD, IINGWO1, R.:EUMATISM, .
PAIN AND ENLARZGEMENT OF T!1E r
BONES. FEMALi- WEAK N ESS. tTl.L
TY, LEUCOl.l%HEA OlR Will IES. WOMB
DISEASF.S. l)Ol'SY, WHITE SW.ELI
IN(S, SYlILIs, K!l)NEY AND LIVER
COMPLAIN T, MI-ItCCIAL TAINT, AND
PILI:S, all proceed from impure blood.
DR. TUTT'S SARSAPARILLA t
is the most po werful Blood Purifier known
to nicival science. It enters into the circuht
tion I nil crad i . every riiorbi tic urgent; r1-1
v;Ite, theS v.Se:In ioducC., a beaulif'i cOM
plexion and causcs the body to gain flesh and
increase in weigit.
KEEP THE BLOOD HEALTHY
and all w'1 lie well. To di, -o, nothing has
ever been OfTered fhat C in compare with this
valuabC vegetable eX1raCt. Price $1.00 a
a botile. Sold by all Di rggists. Office 48
o rlanidtS:ie N Y. Apr. 1. 8-1I.
SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUND
Is prolLoileiuced by Dr. C. A. Sinimmols, who
wa.., ti lore p,rolrie-tor of Sitoni'S, I
L.iver L;glatr. as Vimt ftI suIp4elior to
aIny% Liver Iedicim- now 1olrel tI- iuliblie.
It fhas a large villlalioni and is still g:t6ig
ground. Altlhoiugi this is a new prep:ara
tion we uhilIesita-Itingy sIiy we canl pirodut.ce
:is gool celificates 1roin as good men as
oulani.id canl 1*urni00h.
T!Jis .\Medicine is now for sale at Manf:111ac
turers rates I,y
DR. W. F. PRATT,
ol e .\-enIIt fo6r th11i plae.
E. L. KING & SONS,
r MANUFACTU RtEliS AND PIROPRIETORS.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
F:b. -2*, S-I y.
DR. GREENIS FIT CURE!
The Great Remedy for Epilepsy,
C Cit ES
Fits, Spasm.i, (;onvullt'ins andi Nervous
the Fits frein the Iirisi dlay. use, even w here
t Ihey have existed fiorx vials.
00MPOL'D FL. CORYDALIS!
The Great Vegetable Alterative,
. scrofuii:, Scoindairy Syph:alis, Erupt ions On
thle.,-klin. tnd ali iieases atrising froma imi
A overeign lia;hn for ioughs, Colds. Broin
chitis. Asthma, anid all diseasies ifl the air
passage5si Lungs. By its timely use
11nanv supplosedl e:tses of Consumnption are
pr'Ikpti.y relieveid and the Lunugs restored
ANEUR ALGI A SP ECIFIC I
A promt,i) po(sit ive andt pernmuenlCit relief
for the exeruciaiting pains iof Neuralgi.
- ltmat 11xiim an Sei:ticla.
For sale by Dr. S. F. FANT, Newberry, S. C
P'ilreare only b,y
DRS, GREEN, UNDLEY & BENTLEY,
De.17.- CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Invaluable in Teething, and Summner Comn
p plaints of Childrecn. Cuies
DIA R Rhlm A.
And othier Dliseases, ineident to the period
Ulik t "P.ohin lyus, ows
Or other injurious~ Driug. It is composed of
the ver- best maiterials, and sihould be
founid ini everyc Nuhrsetry. Thxe best physi
MANUFACTUIE BY) P
Dr. H. BAER,
CH ARLESTON. S. C
DR H. BAER,K
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHA RLESTON, S. C.
THE TRUE SOUTHRON.
THE PAPER FOR THE TIMES.
Iniependent anud Fearless-Devoted to the -
Interests it t hi' Good aiid Tiue Peop)le ti
iif the Cout ry. andh especially of the '
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Patrioiiage whalitteve-r.:uxi Ia:ppea.ls al>ne
to the Fiel Es ,siit'HIlNESTY AND) Go)1D
;G'..it:N aiENr for support ini its
uight a:itiins.t villai ny. j
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CAlti'NA-\~ those wh'Io desire to redeemu otur
"tate troin the :bin)iiiationi of thievinig inog
truth-rs, toimesti.' secmxlrlels' anl miiiigiel
leeces . wii hahave le necied place :1101 piow-'
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tio sutatin a ti-alies expoineiit of' their views
Wesy,enliidly. we nieeyurupot
Th pary in ~ i power h;:ave doiie t heir utmoii't
to erus 's by i: Ieavioirm to idepirive ui- of Tb
legit i:nate buisin1e.. and~ all we i.,k isth
sunscriipt ion: of every truie C:trolinian
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the publcationt ot this paxper over eight
yer-n a tk yor pa:trionaige, believing
that. itwllb given without hesitation.
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To Business Men aiti othelrs. ilesirinig to)
advertxie. we beg to sayv thatt. our circaula
tinf is much larger thaa thiat of anyw other
paper in tils County. w ithi large ando inicreas
ig lists ini all the Middlle and Eastern Coun-r
ties of the State.
Send oim cent stamnp for specimen copy.
DAR.R & OSTEEN, Proprietors,
W. G . ENNEDY. Edutor . SUMER S. It cli
July J),30-tf. of
HE WALTON HOUSE,o
MORGANTON, N. C,
JNO. C. MALLARD, -
First-class Livery Stable in connection with
the House. * Aug. 27, 34-3m. I
Dr. J. Walker's California
inegar Bitters are a purely Veg
table preparation, made chiefly from
1e native herbs found on the lower
aInge(s of the Sierra Nevada moun
this of California. the medicinal
roperties of which are extracted
iCreI'fom virheut the use of Alcohol.
'he question is almost daily asked,
- What is the cause 'of the unpar
e sLuccess of VINEGAR BIT
FIs ?' Oar answer is. that they
eIWov t',e cuse of disease, and
ete riecov,rs his health. They
re thte great lod purho iter and a
.vi ipe. a p(rfect Rei,o
azor and 1.:;L.crator of the system.
ab in e historv of the world
aI- a milein l>t -n conpounded pos
essing remiarkabde quialities of VIN
cI' Bri-rhts in healing the sick of
very disease nan is heir to. They are
gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic.
elieving Congc-tin or Inflammation of
he Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
The properties of Dr. WAL
R's INEA R BITTERs are Aperient. Dia
horetiv. Carninativ . Nutritious. Lama
ive. Diuretic. Sedative. Counter-Irritant,
'ifi. A ltwrat;vo, and A-nti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
VINEGAR BITTERS the most wonder.
rul Invigorant that ever sustained
'he sinking system.
No Person can take these Bit
ters according to directions. and re
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means. and vital or
,ans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious. Remittent. and In.
termittent Fevers, which are so
revalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
mspecially those of the Mississippi,
hio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos. Rio Grande, Pearl,
Mabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
moke, James, and many others,
ith their vast tributaries, through
>ut our entire country <luring the
ummer and Autumn. and remarka
bly so durillg seasons of unusual
eat and dryness. are invariably ac
:omipanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, anI
>tier abdominal viscera. In their
reatment, a purgative, exerting 'I
powerful iniNence upon these vari
>us organs. is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose
aqual to DR. J. WALKEt'S VINEGAR
I rrTaTs. aS t,hey will speedily remove
:hc dark-colored vimcid atter with whic,
:h bowels are loaded. at the same time
stmulating thme secretions of the liver,
md ge-nerally restoring the healthy fuc
ions of the dligestive organs.
Fortify the body against dis
~ase by purifying all its tiuids with
: NEAan Brr-Eas. No epidemuic can
ake hlvd of a system thus fore-armed.
I)yspepsia or Indigestion, Head
iche. Pamn m the Shoulders. Coughs,
Iightness of the Chest, D:izziness, sour
ENrietations of the Stomach. Bad Taste
ni the Month, Bilious A ttacks. P'alpita
aon of the Heart, Inflanmmation of the
Lungs. Pain in the region of the Kidneys,
mud a hundred other painful symptoms,
ire the offsprintgs of Dyspepsia. One bot
de will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofuila, or King's Evril, White
swellings, U leers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Seek, Goitre. Scrofulous In 'aimnations,
[ndolent In fanamnations. Mercurial affec
ions, 01(1 Sores. Eruptions of the Skin,
sore iEves, etc. In these. as in all other
onstitutional IDiseases, WALKER's VIN
sGAa R Irr Eas have shown their great cur
tive powers in the most obstinate and
For Inflaninatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
ent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
>f the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
bese Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
sa.ses are caused by Vitiated Blood.
mgaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Tyvpe-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ect to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
oainst this, take a dose of WALKER'S
VIfEGA R BIr'TERS occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
retter. Salt- Rheumn, Blotche~s. Spots, Pim
les, Pustdles, Boils, Carbuncles. Ring
vorms. Scald-head, Sore Eves, Erysipe
as. itch, Scuirfs, D)iscolorations of the
~kin, Humors and Djiseases of the Skin of
hatever name or nature, are literally
lug up and carried out of the system in a
hrt time by the use of these Bitters.
Pini, Ta'pe, and other Worms,
urking in the system of so many thou
ands, are effectually destroyed and re
noved. No system of medicine, no ven
nifuges. no anthelminitics will flee the
:vstem from worms like these Bitters.
or Female Comiplaints, in young
r old, married or single, at the (lawn of
-omanhood. or the tur-n of life, these Ton
c Bitters disphar so decided an infiuence
hat improvemne~nt is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Titiated Blood
thenever you find its impurities buirsting
hrough the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
r Sores; cleanse it when vou find it ob
tructed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
t when it is foul: your feelings will tell
ro when. Keep the blood pure, and the
iealth of the system will follow.
R. HI. $1eDONALD & CO.,
rugists & Gen. A gts.. San Francisco. Califor.
ia, & cor. of Washingiton and Charton Sts.. N.Y.
Sold by all Druiggists and Dealers.
A pr. 29, 1874-17-ly.
e Widows' and Or bans' Friendly Society,
NEWARK, N. J.
CASH CAPITAL, $2-,000.00.
ny healthy man. between the ages of 18
d fL5 yers my become a miember of this
M EMBEis CoNTRIUCTIONs.
tart erly. Ammually. An nually, sickness.
$SI 50 $ 275 $ 525 $ 400
3 00) 5 50 10 50 sO00
0 0) 11 00 21 00 16o00
1) 00 lN 50 :31 5o 21 00
12(0) 22(00 42 00 32 00
15 00 27350 32 50 40 00
15 00 :tio 0 oo0 45 00
Ho,. .JOHN WHITEHIEA D. President.
tddress, IIENJ. G. lIElIUOT,
Special A gent,
Mount Pleasant, near Charleston, S. C.
e Piedmont & Arlington Life Insurance Co.,
(f RtICHIMOND, VA.
sets .Januarv l.t.1lm73. --- $l,7(i;,t45 00
jidend to P~oier- HIolder5. 1si2. s0.00 00
erve. being ao,unt nlecessa
y to re-insure all Rtisks. - - - l.498.156 0.,
BEN.J. G. IERIOT,
Mount Pleasant. near Charleston, s. C.
eC. 10, 4 I-tIf
'RICES NOT REDUCED.
['e Proprietor of the Wheeler House
uld respectfully inform the traveling pub
that, in order to maintain the reputation
his ouse as a first class Hotel, he will
stinue his prices as heretofore, and guar
es to give that satisfaction which hasI
ured to the House the reputation it now
T. M. POLLOCK,
~o. 12, 45-tf. Proprietor.
Charleston, S 0.
G. 'rT. a ALOR rC0. Prpdto
Comprising Charlotte, Columb
Columia & Augusta, Wilmi
& Roanoke, and Connecti
ship Lines, at Wilmini
Tran.:port ing Freights to and :rcma steam.
mouth. Virginii. withou1t lrayage. than!fers, <
to anl froln ii! " )ints South. Bmn In s.s'se
o! tlaotethel lan:rgement invi:c i a ltion 1,
Which equ:11 al o her. in prompt movement.
Informal ion of 14 forwiain1lg 4at freight 1
signei-s. .1ndIal! c!aimt; for ILos, d;ams,ge :11d o
(it the Li1e,0naed hereinl.
BAY LINE STEAMERS, - P
FO( R PHIL-A
ANN.\IE'- .C LINE STEAMElS.
CLYDE STEAMERS, - N
i)AILY (exeept Fridays. at 7 p. i. FOR B(
'MElCIIANTS & MINERS' LINE. -
MEUCIIANTS & MINERS' LINE.
BALTIMORE & SOUTIIERN T:ANSPOlTA
PHILADELPIHIA & SOUTHERIN STEAMS1111
CLYDE & CO.-S NE,W YOR.Ic ANI) IL.1I\(1
Coineeting at each place with rail Iincb for a
ren. rte are gi en and guarantethl.
The following named Agents North will a
line : P.AI.TIMORE.
W. It. FITZ(El.: I.D. No. 9, German Street.
E. FITZGERAL), 50 South Street.
C. E. BRAINERD.,7 Broadway.
E-pecially arr:maged for the movement of Cot
L.eave *AUGUSTA, . . 7.40 a. I.
Le:ve 1COlC%BIA . 6.00 a. in.
Arrive at WILMINGTON - 71 P.
Leave WILMINGrON - - 6.w P. Ut
Arriveat *PORTSMOUT11 - 4.00 p.
*Conncets cloQel - with inward bound
Through Freight Trains on Georgia Rail
tConnecting with hnwmard Freight Tr:ins
from Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
ald Charlotte Divi:!ion of Charlotte, Colum
bin and Auguta R.ailroad.
'Culn ectin.g Closely with outward-bound
Baltimore, PhiladeIphia, New York and
Augusta to Baltimore, 4 Days: Augus
New York, 5 Days: Au,
agie For ali information, Blank Bills of L
following Soiut'hern Agents 0f the Line:
11. M. COTEING11m, Western Agent. At
Augusta; If. P. CLA RK, Forwardii-nA ent,
F. W. CLARK.
Assislant General Fr.ig;;t Agen-t,
Wilm ingbuon. N. C
Feb. 27, 7-1'.
South Carolina Iallroad Company,
CU A It S-Or. S. C , Oct ober 18. 1873.
ON aid after SUNDAY, October 19. th.- P:a
senger Traihs on the South Carolina Rail l.oad
will lull as follo :
Leave Clur!ve,to at ..... ....... --... 903 a in
Arrive at Columbla at..................... 5.00 p m
Leave Charlestn'..................9.00 am
Arrive:t Augusta................-.-A-,- p m
Leave (columb'ia 2:!.......8-- -~-.40 a m
Arrive at Charleston at ... .........42 0 p mi
Arrive at Chaarleston......... -..-..---.4.2u p mi
ColC.BIA SIGnT acaPitES. (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charlestin at .............---."-"---7 1' p m
A rrive at Columbia at. .. ...... ----.- am
Leave Columbiauat............-------'15 pm
A rrive at Charleston at..........-.--.6.45 a mi
A CGUinTA NIGlhT ExPRtES, (Sundays excepted.)
L.eave~ Chvarle-ton ..~.,.- - ----- --- -.0 p m
Arrive at Augusta........-..." - .. a.oa
Leave Augusta.. ......-- --- -.O p H
Arrive iat Charleston..... - ---. a mi
Leave Summnerville t.........--.7 25 a m
Arrive at Charleston.................8 4 a m
IL.eave Charleston................. -- -3.10 p mi
A rrive at Summerville...............4 30 p in
Leave Camdeu.............--.......6.50 a m
Arrive at Colubia...........'- .....11.50 a Hi
Leave Coubia............-----...1 5.' p m
Arrive at Camden......----- -.3 3 p m
Day and Night Trains make close co'nectioni
at Augusta. with Georgia Railroad.
Day Traits, on lv, mgake close conection with
Macon ai.d Augus~ta Railroad. This is also the
'quickest and mnost direct route, and as comn
eortable and cheap as any) other route, to Mont
gome4.ry. Selma, Mlobile. New Orleans. and all
other points Southwest. and to Louisville, Cini
cinnat:. Chicago. St. Louis, and all other points
WVest and Northwevst
Columbia Night Train connects closely wvith
the Greenville and t'el!imbia Railroad ; and with
the Charlotte. Colum'oia and Augusta Railroad
I-or p,oinins North
Through tickets on sale to all points North and
Caimdein Traini connects at Kungville daily (ex
cept Sunadaiys with Day Passenger Train, aiid
runs through to Columbia on Mondays. Wednes
days and Saturdaya.
S. B. PICK ENS. General Ticket Agent.
NORTHERN SUMMER RESORTS,
Atlantic Coast and Midland Lines.
'in s lines have onisae at their otfies
Savannahl, Coluiabia and Wilm'igton, the
most attruclive line of ROUND TRIP EX
CURIlON TICKETS NORTH evecr prese t
ed to the Southern Public, embracing
Niagara Falls, Bedford Springs
Stratoga, Mliinnequa Spr:ngs
Newport, Watkins Glenn
Lon:: Branch, Ralston Spr ings
.dont real, Quebec,
And all other prominent nonts
For Price Lists, Time dJards and al! in.
formation, ilquire of Railroad Agerts at
points named. A OE
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
June 24, 25--tf.
Atlanta and Richmond Air Line*
opTed oloin afassenger Schedule will be
Run by Atlanta Time.udy July 26th, 1874
L.eave Seneca City-.-..-.--..-.-.- - p mn
L.eave G reenville --------11 51 p mi
Leave Spartunbur ---.- ---...2.12 a m
ArvatCharlotte.-.-.-.--.-----.4.6 a m
GoIYG soUr - "raAa m
Leave Sp'artanbnrg.-.-.---...-.6.12 a Hi
Leave G reenville. -'-'---1 51 a m
L.eave Seneca City.:--...1238p
Arrive at Atlanta.....--.-.-.-.-.-.2.48 P' m
-...-..--... --.............. 18 pm~
B. Y. $AG;E. Eng. & Tup't.
Til siiORT LlNE IED I.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augurt-a ja g.
GENE.RAL TICKET DLPARtTXENT,
(oal'MaI A, S. C., .l uly 19. 1874.
The following Painaeuger Schedule will be ope
rated on and alter Sundiay.19th instant:
No. 2 Train. No. 4 Train.
Leave Aug'usta...-..745 A.M. 4 15P1.M3.
Leave Granitevilje... .13 A. M. 5 1llP. M.
Leave Columbia Junc'nl2.20 A. M1. 19.05 P. 31.
Ariive C'olumnbia.....2.33 A. M. '. 17 P. 31.
Leave Columbia ........12 42 A. M.
Leave Winusboro...2.49 P. 31. ...
Leave Chester......... 24 29 P. M1.
Arrive Charlotte- ...- 45 P. M1. -- ..
No. 2 Train makes close connection, via Rich
mond. to all points North arriving at New York
t 6.01 A. 31. -No. 4 Train makes close connec
ion, via Wilmington and Richmond. to alt
points North, arrivng at New York at 5 15 P. M1.
No. 1 Train. No. 3Train'
[are Charlotte........ 8.30 A. M.
Leave Chester.......1- 2 A.M.
Leave Witnnsboro. 12 38 A. 31.
A rrive at COluuibia. .. 2.42 P. 31.
Leave Columbia.....2 52 P. 31. 3.40 A. M1
eave Columnbia Junc'nt2.17 P. 31. 4.15 A. M1
.ave G;raniteville..... ti.15 P. M1. *7.48 A. 31
trrive Augusta.S .--80 P. M1. 8.45 A. 31.
*Breakfast; WDinner; tSupper,
South bound Trains connect at Augusta, via all
>oints South and West.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
il rucipal points.nibtrns
J in As. onallnight tranerl pt
A. Are e. ANaDERSON, endicera Sup't
ia and Augusta. Wilmington,
ngton & Weldon, Seaboard
og Railway and Steam
)ton and Portsmouth.
ship Wharves at Wilmington and Ports
r exp.surc to weather. and in through cars
i :o mp, e e.; u for all the i-c-:-ities
) the Ti . t iz.] ailitie- < f Iin 0,
careful hanidiih. unbroken tran--it aniid low
regul:t -iv rms-n, ted to Shipper- and Con
vereil.r pomptly investigated by, Agents
. Daily,I P-la
Monldiays, wiesdays a I Fridays, 4 p- m
. - iu(edYS anld Sat-rdays, at 4 p. m.
. . - Tuesdlays und Friday- at 4 p. m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays, ut 4 ,.m.
gton, N. c.
ION COMIANY'i ST.AMEI, 'S dnesdays
COM.\N.yS ST EA MERS. Every Tuesday.
-ON L1NE - Every weddy
1.w Ntg.an towns, to wiich lowest cur
tend, in :11 re--pecet, to the patrou: of the
PIIILADE LPH IA.
A. W. K ILGORE, 44 aouth Fith Street.
G. H. KEITH, 76 Washington Street.
[0 COAST LINE."
ton and Merchandise on unequalled time.
Leave *PORTSMOUTH - - 12.00 M.
Arrive at WI LMINTON - 7.00 a.m.
Leave WnILmINGTON - - S.00 p.m.
Arrive at tCOLUMBIA . 10.00 p.m.
Arrive at :AUGUSTA . . - 6. p. m.
*Connecting closely with inward-bound
naltimore. Philadelphia, New York and
tConnjeting with outw:Lrd Freight Trains
of Greenville and Coluinbia Railroad, and
Charlotte Division of Charlotte, Co is
.nd Augusta ailroad.
'Connecting with outward Freight Trai__z
of t.orgia.Macon and Augusta, and Cen.
ta to Philadelphia, 5 Days; Augusta to
usta to Boston, 7 Days.
ading, Through Rates, etc.. etc., apply to the
antia. Ga.; JO1[N JENKINS. Soliciting Agent,.
General Freight Agent,
Wilmington. N. C.; :97 Broadway, N. Y.;
and Columbia, S. C.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R.L
GE.lRAL PASSeNGER DEP.AT&ET,
COLUX81A, S. C.. MAY 15, 1874.
The following Pusenger Schedule will be *o
rated on and afer Moujay. May 18th instant:
No. 2 Trair. No.4 Train.
Leave Columbia ... . a. M. 8 45 p.m.
Leave Floreice . 1225 p m. 2.10 a.m.
Arrive at Wiluingtou.. 7 15 p. m. 7.156a.s
No. 2 Train makes c!ose coinection, via Rich
mond. to all points North, arriving in New York
at 6 4 a. in.
No. 4 Train mkes close connection, via 014
P.av Lit,e, an,d a.lso. vini ijchmond. to aa points
North, ar riving in, New York at a25p. mn.
I GOING SOUTH.
No.l1Train. No. 3Train.
Leave Wilmington. . 8 00 a. mn. &.1 p. m.
Leave F:orence....4.00 p. mn. 1187 p. m.
Ar:ive at Columbia . 9 55p. m. 4.00a. m.
Accommodation Train No.2 leaves Columbia
daily. Sundany excepted.
F.ipress Train No. 4 leaves Columbia every
Making close connections at Columbia for usN
points South and-Wes't.
Through tickets sold, and baggage checked to
all principal points.
I lmann Palace Sleepers on alli]b train.
A. PoPz, General Pasbenger and TicketAk
SPARTANBURS & UNION RAll. RWA.
The following Passenger Schedule will- be
rated Oil and aftr Monday, June 1st, 1874:
DOWN TRAIN. UP
Arrive. Leave. Arrive.
Spartanburg. 11.03 a. mn. 2.4
Batesville.....11.32 11.32 211
Paicoiet............... 11.40 1.. .r
Jon esv ille.......12.15 1.i..1~
Santuc.........1.42 15 14
Fish Dam. 2..2.2...11.12
Shelton.........2.28 23 04
Lyles' Ford ...2.48 25 02
Altn... yer in.adva.ce
ToWlMiit. On DIEa. Sper .i
PCBLISHE DVERYIN REASO D
OnIe perfit ofane thi pae al
-destitute orphans. We.,
s pPtT ~reads this to subscribe.4
Sup't Carolina Orphan mne
THE GREAT REMEDY OB
which can be cured by a
timely resort to this tad
ard prleparationi, as has bees
provedl by the hundreds o
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is ackowl
edged b)y many promment
physicians to be the m
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief an
cure of all Lung complaint
and is offered to the puhfr
santioned by the exprienc
of over forty years. be
domn 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 prleparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
SETE W. FOWLE~ & 80N8, Boston,
Ad sold by Druggists and Dealern
Oct. 1, 39-ly.