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protecte(I by the earth from drying
up, supports and gives vigor to the
bud, which starts directly into leaf,
and in its turn helps the cutting to
form roots, and the whoe even
forms a thriving tree. The meth
od of settilg the:n is to fo:m two
drills about three inches apart,
with a sharp ridge between, over
-which bend the cutting, and stick
an end in each drill, and cover up
and press the earth firmly and wa
ter freely. M. Delacroix has dis
covered only what had long been
known to miny nurserymen and
gardeners in this and other coun
tries. The mode has some advan
tages where cuttings are difficult to
strike.-Rural Garolinian for Sep
PIG-PENS.-Of the greatest im
portance is a good and well-con
structed pig-pen, something which
is often neglected, or not thought
of; for almost every one seems to
think that a porker is ever a "hog,"
and mav wallow in the mud, or be
exposed with impunity to frost and
heat, to snow and storm. to the
burning rays of the sun and to
rain, to foul air, and the influence
of mud, dirt and every kind of
nastiness. It is true a pig, as such,
has a very good and robust consti
tution, and can stand many inju
rious infleences apparently with
impunity,to which any other animal
would succumb; but, notwithstand
ing, a pig, although only a pig, is
just as thankful as any other ani
mal, and in some respects more so,
for a good, comfortable, clean, dry,
warm, well-ventilated and vell
littered stable; and should have it.
WIDE-RMMED W 11 E E L S .-The
Rural 1Rome says: "We have used a
wagon with wide-rim wheels, and
found it very convenieut on the farm,
diwinishing the draft over mellow
fields. and iu fact over all fields, for a
narrow wheel will cut into quite a firm
sod deep enough to add considerable
to the draft. The principal objection
we found against it on the highway
was the fact that, differing so much in
width from those in general use, it
could not run in the bottom of the rut
formed by them, but would have to
make its own rut upon the sides of thc
others, thus increasing the draft. If
all wagons, or the majority of them,
were of this character, this difficulty
would, of course, be obviated, and
wider and shallower ruts formed.
W.oRTH RE ME.MBERING. - Keep
sonme strong spirits of hartshora in a
ground-glass stop bottle. A teaspoon
ful in a little water will clean combs
and brushes and restore colors injured
by acids. A weak solution epplied
to ill-smelling feet and arm pits re
moves the odor. It removes grease
spots from carpets and clothing.
.1 weak solution, in water, makes
a good wash for the hair and
stimulates its growtl' when impaired
by fever, and cleanses the scalp effec
tually. A weak solution, scattered
over the leaves of plants from a soft,
limber brush, gives new life to the
plant. Even if a little is sprinkled
over the earth at their roots their
growth is invigorated.
BREEDING SWINE.-In breeding
swine the following principle should
be observed: Every individual has
its excellencies and its defects; near
relations are likely to have the same
excellencies and the same defects.
By coupling such relations, both
excellencies and defects are aggra
vated and intensified, and the de
fects may be so intensified as to de
stroy the utility of the produce.
Breed together animals of like
character. The produce will be
lke the parents; they will be even
and sure. For this reason, keep
within the breed.
GRAPEs FOR IloGs.-The ')hio
Farmer mentions RI. A. Hunt of Eu
clid, Ohio, as having fed his hogs on
culled and rotten grapes from his vine
yard and that they did as well as if
fed on corn, and that they ate the
grapes with a relish truly wouderful;
indfd, so passionately fond of the
fruit di-1 they become, that corn would
be left when grapes could be reached.
T1he swine grew fat very rapidly,
and made most excellent pork. Cows
will also eat grapes, he says, either
rotten or sound, and appear to do well
an equal weight of sugar and butter,
and the weight of two eggs in flour.
MIelt the butter and beat it to a cream,
beat the eggs well, mix them with
the butter and sugar, beating the whole
to a froth ; then add the flour by de
grees, and the rind of a lemon chopped
very finely. Beat it altogether, and
pour into a mold ; boil gently for an
hour. This pudding requires as much
beating as a sponge cake. When pYop
erly made it is delicious.
BRAx BREA.-This a is capital re
ipe, for the bread keeps fresh for a
long time, and is very easily made:
wo and a half pounds of brown flour,
hat is, the wheat as ground, no bran
eing taken out, one-quarter of a pound
f white flour, one-half ounce soda,
our teaspoonful tartaric acid, a lump
If azmmouia the size of a nut, one
and one-half pints of milk and water,
)r pure water. T be baked in a tin.
K-.T W T F Si
- 11 2 3 41 51
6 8 9 10 11 12,
13 14 15 16 17 18 191
-20 21 22 23 24 25 26
2 7 128S2- 0
SEASOMABLE ORCHARD AND
TUIE REST APPLES FOR OUR CLIMATF.
Wer '.repeatedly asked for lists
Z7 of the nest varieties of fruit of the
various species cultivated here,
and weAave again and again re
plied, at to give lists which will
suit alJtcalities, aoils, tastes, and
wants, AVaterly impossible. The
best we can d6 is to name such as
are generally desirable, and can
be grown in most cases, with a rea
sonable degree of success in a par
ticular region of country.
A* correspondent, residing in
the hilly region of Upper South
Carolina, who asks us what apples
he shall plant, may find the follow
ing list of service to him, and most
of the varieties named will do well
in all parts of the State. Any one
ntending to plant an orchard;
whether of apples, pears, or peach
es, should, however, look about
him, in his own neighborhood and
region of the country, and learn
what varieties have, in actual expe
rience, proved best for a soil and
situation similar to his own, and
plant accordingly, trying other
kinds as he may desire and can af
ford to do:
Summer Apples.-Early May;
Carolina Red June; Early Har
vest ; Red Astrachan (very popu
lar for market); Summer Pearmain;
Early Joe; Sweet Bough; Horse
(for cooking and drying); William's
Favorite ; Early Red Margaret (or
Striped June); Strawberry; Maid
en's Blush ; Summer Rose.
Autumn A pples.-Bc.num; Dish
aroon ; Equinetely (or Bachelor,
Buckinghiam, etc.); Golden Russet;
IIoover; Taunton; Eutaw ; Smoke
Winter Apples.-Sh o ckl1ey
Carolina Greening (or Green
Cheese); Buncombe ; Buff; Van
devere; Lady Apple; Limber T wig;
IIall; Clark's Pearmain; Steven
son's Winter; Hlockett's Sweet;
The apple succeeds best on a
strong, clayey, or gravelly, and
rather moist, but we'l drained soil.
The borer will destroy many trees
unless constant attention be givem
A NEW ORNAMENTAL TREE.
We have had growing on our
grounds for the last four or five
years a very singular and beautiful
tree, the seeds of which were origi
nally brought from Mexico. It
camne to us without a name, but
proves to be, according to good bo
tanical authority, Manihot Cartha
genesis (Muller.) It is a deciduous
tree of exceedingly rapid grow th,
with spreading and somewhat pen
dulous branches, dividing regularly
and continuously int) threes, and1
bearing at the axils of the branches,
umbels of greenish yellow, reddish
spotted flowers, followed by clusters
of nut-like, three-seeded capsules of
the size of a cherry. But the prin
cipal beauty of the tree, aside from
its regular and graceful form, lies in
-its foliage, which is not exceeded in
elegance by that of any species,
native or exotic, known to us. The
leaves are what the botanists call
pedate, with deep narrow sinuses,
resembling somewhat those of the
Palma Christi, though not so'
large, and much more delicately
cut. They are of a bright green,and
are borne on long petioles. Their
difct, mn the mass, is exceedingly
fine. The tree will not be likely
to prove hardy much further north~
than Charleston, we think, bearing
only about the same degree of cold
as the orange, and occasionally
having its tender shoots killed by
frost, even here. It grows readily,
either from seeds or from cuttings.
INSERTIN~G BOTH ENDS OF A CUT
Professor Delacroix, of Besan
con, France, has "discovered" a
mode of propagating from cuttings,
which is not only successful in case
of roses and other plants easy to
live, but apples, pears, plums, apri
cots, etc. His method is to pot
the whole cutting in the ground,j
bent in the form of a bow, withj
the centre part up and just on a
level with the surface, at which
point there must be a good bud or
ehoot, which is the only part ex-I
psdto the air; the other being
Has a depressing effect on all classes, but for
tunatel- it is only temporary, and the want
Will not continue long. In the meantime
the large stock of CLOTHING on hand
To offer ,pecial irducernents. Immediate ap
p!ication will ovnvince any one that
TO LOTIIE, SIH0E & HAT1
himself, is the easiest thing imaginable. No
Can do as well for you. Come and examine
our stock, which can be dote
Oct. 22, 42--tf.
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
hogany and Rosewood Burial Cases.
Cffins made to order at short notice, an<
Oct 9 40 tf. MARTIN HARRIS.
Fis'S Metailic Buial Cases,
TIE SUBSCRIBER has constantly oi
band a full assortment of the above approve<
cases, of different patterns, besides coffin
of his nwn make, all of which he is prepare<
to furniah at very reasonable rates, witli
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent b:
railroad will have them sent free of charge
A Hearse is always on hand and will bi
furnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continuatior
of the same, and assures the public tha
no effort on his part will be spar( ' to rende
the utmost satisfaction.
R. C. ClA?MAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Stores, Tin Wfare, Sc.
Stoves!1 Stoves !! Nve~s I11
A very large lot of
Parlor, Box and Coal Stoves
Now in store and to arrive, aid niu!t bi
SOLD LOW on account of the tight times
TI N-W\A RE,
In variety and of the best quality.
For sale low by
W. T. WRIGHT,
Between Dr. Pratt's and A. A. Nathan s
Main Street. Oct. 8, 40--tf.
Se Per cont. guaranteed with
-I E E C
a = 2
The best in the Mar.ket, and ~
sodat less rice than any oth'e -
Send for aPamphlet and be con
vinced. N. F. BUNEtYork,Pa.
THE CHRISTIAN INDEX.
OR6AN OF THE BAPTI ST DENOMINATION,
REV. D. SHAVER, D.D., : ::EDITon
REV. D. E. BUTL ER. Dni. J. S. L A WTON
REv. S.HENDERSON. D.D., - ALPINE, ALA
RE~v. E B.TEAGUE,D.D., - SEaA, AL.A
RiEV. Tf . G. JONES, D).D., - NAsHylLLE. TENN
Steadfasstly devoted to the Tenets and
great initerestsof the Baptist t)enom:ination
this paper. which for i.early half a1 cenitury
has been the orgnn and 1avorite of the iBay
tists of Georgia, and for the piast sever
Iyears, bearing the'samie itiinate relationi tc
the brotherhood of Alabama and portiom~
of Tennes.see,.$outhi Carolinn. Floidia and
Mis-issippi-will. in the futuire, merit, by
the excellency of its chatracter. their highes1
appreciation. The renhder will finch that. he
sides the large quantity of Moral awlI Reli
gions Truth wvith which it is freighted week
ly, a chaste selection of misceellaneous read
ing, andl a complete summnary of reliab.le
intelligence-both domestic andI foreign
will render thema independhent of other pa.
pers. Correctly printed Market R.eports of
the p)rinicipal cities will make the paper in.
valuable to all classes of outrpeople. As ar
advertising medium. possessizg, as it does
a constuenev (if over 250.000 intelligent
sub,stacutial Christian people-it is uniequatL.
led by any other publication in the South,
TnE Iyt;EX clubs withI aill ie hleaing papers
and periodicals in the Uniitedl States. The
interests of friends remitting us will be
Price in adlvance. $2 5i0 a year: to Miinis
ters, $2 00.
,TAS. P. HARRISON & CO., Proprietors.
To wahcom all communications must be ad
Mir Send for specitnen copics, circulars
In connection with TitE IND)Ex we have
perhaps the 1ar;;est andi most complete
Book and Job Prmnting oltiec in the South
THE FRANKLIN STEAM PRINTING HOUS]i
At which evcry style of Book, Mercant ile,
Legal and Railway Printing is executed.
In excel lencny of mannter. p rompt)ness and
CHtEAPNESs, we diefy competition.
Our BLANK lIOOK MANUFACTORY is
likewise, well appoinitedh. Orders solicited
for every ;rrade 01 work in this department,
County (itliciaLls will findI it to their iinterestt
to consult us as t o Legal Form Books. Re
cords. Minutes. Blanks, etc. Bohoks, News
papers. Sheet Music and Periodicals bound
and rebound to or-ier. Rteember to make
your orders on I lie Franklin Steam P'rinting
House. JA MES. P. H AltRRI.ON & CO..
Nos. 27 and 29 South-Broad stieet.
The Newberry Hotel
C. C. CHiASE, Proprietor.
I woulti respectfiully inforn; my frienids
and thec traveling public generally, that I
ani renovating tihe Hotel preparatory to the
The hsouse is supplied with competent,
faithful, polite ar.l attentive servants.
Liberal reduction mad>~ to weekly and
mionth!y baoarders. A pr. 22, 10J-tf.
THE WALTON HOUSE,
MORtGATON, N. C.
JNO. C. MALLARD,
First-class Livery Stable in connection with
the House. Aug. 27, 34-3m.
FOR YOUR MEALS
gg,BreakfaSt Going Up and Dinner
Going DTin i
IR. & W. 0.
BEG to announce to their.nuit! ous frii
Is as full as in former seasons, and is now ol
Is replete wiih a well seltetei stock of CAS
(iive us a call and be convinced that yo
I Goods sent C. 0. D., with the privilege
ENGLISH AND AM RICA I
IRON. STEEL. NAILS, CASTINGS. MIL
MACDINES, CIICULAR SAWS. 3I.
BUILDING and TRIMMING MAT
BELTING. ALL I
HOUSEKEEPING AND I
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, LIN]
FIENCH and AMERICAN WIND01
SHOT BELTS, FLASKS,
At the Sign of the (
Feb. 25, 8-tf.
KEEP COOL, REP COOL,
New Silk Ties,
-AT EXTRA BARGAINS,
The Prices so Low for them
that all, Great and Small,
THE LEADER OF L.OW PRICES
COLUMBIA, S. C.
July 15, 25-tf.
ISENTS' FURNISHING 00008.
KINARI) & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Hlave in store one of the largest and most
complete assortments of CLIIING and
FURNISHING GOODS to be found in the
State, and still contir,ue to sell their goods
at the ve.ry lowest prices. Conme and see
our stock, and jtdge for yourself, if we do
not sell cheaper than the cheapest for cash.
May 13, 19-tf.
M. GOLD)SMIT. P. KISD
'PU IRO WORK,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
G0LDSMITh & KIN,
fodels and MachhilstS
Have always on hand
Stationary Steam Engines
and BoIlers for Saw
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
CASTINGS of every kind in Iron or Brass.
We guarantee to furnish Engines andl
Boilers of as good quality and power, and
t : s lo ure, s ca he m: in te North.
PROVED WATER WHEEL, which we re
comntor power, simiplicity of construe
-e wart ou ok n sue prompt
.Jan. 11, 2-t. Colnumbia, S. C.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
The Cincinnati Gazette makes the aston
ishing announcement that Cincinnati beer
is no longer pure, but adulterated with mo
lasses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the
posnous coichicunm. The Commissioner
of Agriculture, in his report for I1865, says
that Prof. Mapes, of New York, analy zed
the beer from a dozen different breweries,
and found all of it adulterated. Cocculus
Idius an,4 nux vomica entered largely in
o its conmposition.
J. C. SEEGERS guarantees his bcer to be
pure and reliable. He does not adulterate
it, but 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 newly fitted and furnished, and gen
tlemen attended to with celerity, after the
mo~tapprovod atylci, Nov. 2~, 47-i.
IA, S. C.,
nds'and patrons that their
TS, Etc., Etc.,
:>en for inspection.
-IMERES and VE-TINGS.
u can save money by supplying your wa
AG AND HAT HOUS]
of examining before paying for same.
D DEALER IN
4ARDUIRE AND LR
L STONES. BOLTNG CLOTHS, SMUT
L ]RONS. SUGAR PANS, CARRIAGE.
ERIALS. RUBBEI and LEATHER
ZINDS OF TOOLS,
CEMENT, PLASTER. PAINTS, OILS,
V GLASS, GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
POWDER. SHOT, &c., &c.
I A, S. C.
Stationery and Bindin
E; STITION''ERY DR&
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hai
some building immediately opposite
Phonix oflice, O Main' street, a compl
Comp77ing Letter, Cap and Note Paper,
all s:Ges, qualities anud of every descripti
Flat Papers of Cap, Deny, Double-Cap, 2
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Impej
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity,
manufactured into Blank Books of any si
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in a
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and qu
Of every variety, Memorandum and P
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Let
Books, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARCI EC rS and DRAUGHTSMEN
find a complete stock of materials for tli
ase. Drawing Paper, in sheets and ro
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards,
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes s
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of c
venient and useful articles for both Teach
Photograhi Albums, Writing Desks, P<
folios, CJabas, ~with boxes, and a countl
Also, jL most elegant stock of Gold Pi
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubi
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine. Indeli
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Ba
gammon Metn aud Boards: Visiting and WV
ding Cards, and everything usually kepti
First Olass Stationery Hious
Which the subscriber intends this shall be
He will still conduct his PBINDERY
BLA NK BOOK MA NUFACTORY and I
PER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, wh
has been in succes-ful operation for 0
thirty yeasrs in this State, and to which
will continue to devote his own norsonal
tention. His stock will he kept up fuill
conmplete, and his prices will he found alwn
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share
E. R. STOKES. Main Street,
Nov. 15, 4frtf Opposite Phonix Office
Doors, Sash and Blind
GEO. S. HACKER'S
Door, Sash and Blind Factor
KING, OPPOSITE CANNON STRE ET,
The only house of tihe kind in this C
owned ausn anagedl by a Carolinian.
A Large Stock always on hand, and sold at
per cent. less than Northern -prices.
IAddress. GEO. S. ItIACKERt.
P. 0. lBox 170. Charleston, S. C
SUCCESSOR TO WEBB, JONIES & PARK]!
(Between Pool's Itotel and the i oat 011c
Having bought the F N T I RE S T 0 C
of the Hairness aind Saddle Manufactory
Messrs. Webb, Jones & Parker. I am p
pared to do all kinds of work ins this lii
Also will keep on hand for s,de, HIARNEt
SADDLE:3, ke., HARNESS LEATHIE
SOLE LEATHIER. UPPER LEATHIElR.&
of thre best and cheapest. REPAIRI2
and all work done to order
At Cash Prices and at Shorte
A pr. 15. 15--tf.
THOMPSON & JONES,
ID ental Surgeons
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
(Graduates of the Pennsylvania College
Mar. 19, '73-11-tf.
Regular and Transient
BY MRS. BREAZEALE.
43 PLAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The location is convenient, being ne
thre business portion of the city-adjae
to the Central -Hote Transient Board
~er da. Mar. 11 L t
TIE BEST ADVICE TfHAT CAN BE
given to persons suffering from Dyspepsis,
Liver Comnplaint, Constipation. Colic. Sick
Headache, Chills and Fever, Nerv(-us Debili
ty, or of any disorder of the stomach, liver or
kidneys, is to tone, cleanse and regulate them
by the use of
DR. TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS.
They act very mildly, yet thoroughly restore
the functional action of the digestive organs
and the iotestines, and renovate the whole
system. They produce neither nausea, grip
ing or wea:kness, and may be taken at any
rirpe without change of d iet or occupation.
Price 25 cents a box Sold by all druggists.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye
Posses.ses qualities that no other dye does.
3 Its effect is instantaneous. and so natural
that it cannot be detected by the closest ob
server. Being harmless and easily applied,
it is in general use among the fashionable
hair-dressers in every large city in the United
- Price S1 a box. Sold everywhere.
SCROFULA, EttL1-ti\i-. DISEASES OF
THE SKIN. ST. ANTHONY's FIRE. ERY
SIPELAS, BLOTCHES, TUMORS. BOILS,
TETTER, AND SALT RHEUM, SCALD
- H E AD, RINGWOR5f, R- EUMATISM,
PAIN AND ENLARGl+:MENT OF THE
BONES. FEMALE WEAKNESS. STERILI
TY, LFUCORRH(EA OR WIHITES. WOMB
DISEASES. DROPSY. WHITI: SWELL
INGS. SYPHILIS. KIDNEY AND LIVER
COMPLAINT, MERCURIAL TAINT, AND
PILES, all proceed from impure blood.
DR. TUTT'S SARSAPARILLA
is the most powerful Blood Puriuier known
to medical science. It enters into the circula
tion and eranicates every morbitic agent; reno
vates the system; produces a beautiful com
plexion and causes the body to gain flesh aud
increase in weight.
KEEP THE BLOOD HEALTHY
a and all will he well. To do so, nothing has
ever been offered that can compare with this
valuable vegetable extract. Price $1.00 n
a bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Office 4
Cordandt Street, N. Y. Apr. 1. 8-1y.
h SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUND
of LIVER CURE
Ie- Is pronounced by Dr. C A. Simmons, who
ial was the former proprietor of Simmons
or Liver Itegulator. as being far superior to
any Liver Medicine now o(&ered the puplic.
ze, It has a larg- circulation and is still gaining
ny ground. Although this is a new prepara
tion we unliesitatingly say we can produce
.s good certilcates from as good men as
our land C:Ln furnish.
di- This Medicine is now for sale at Manufac.
turers rates by
DR. W. F. PRATT,
Iss Sole Agent for this place.
E L. KING & SONS,
rei MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS,
Is, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Dil Feb. 25, 8-1y.
SDR. GREEN'S FIT Cl/RE!
The Great Remedy for Epilepsy,
iss Fits, Spasms, Convulsions and Nervous
Wakefulne4s, acts promptly, often arresting
the Fits from the first dlay's use, even where
they have existed for years.
er COMPOUND El. CORYDAIS!
The Great Vegetable Alterative,
S erofnmia Secondary Syphalis, EruptionS or
ed- the Skin, and all diseases arising from im
a a pure Blood.
e, MEDICATED HONEY!'
.A Sovereign Ralm for Coughs, Coldls. Bron
nd chit is, Asthma, andI all diseases of the air
'A- passages and .ungs By its timely us
ch many.aupposed ca.,es o< Consumption are
cproriptl.y relieved and the Lungs restored
er to health.
& NEU/RALGIA SPEC IF/C /
vs A prompt. positive andl permanent relic;
of for the excrueiating .pains of Neuralgia,
Rhematism andl Scitien.
For sale by Dr. S. F. CANT, Newberry, S. C.
.Prep)ared only by
e DRS, GREEN, llNDL.EY & BENTLEY,
Dee. 17, ,0-ly. __CHARLOTTE, N. C.
=DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DR UG GIST,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
y, CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, 18-tf.
THE TRUE SOUTHRON.
THE PAPER FOR THE TIMES.
Indlependent and Fearless-Devotedl to the
Interests of thet Good anduc True People
of the Coutry. and especially of the
SUP'RElfACY OF TIlE WIllTE RACE.
Published without the aid ot any Omelial
P'atr*ot:tge whtatever,. andi appeals alone
to the UI ENr>s OF HION ESTY AND GOOD
GovEInntENT for sumpport in its
right against villainy.
We call upon the WH1tTE MEN OF SOUTHI
.ty CAntousA-ttrose who desire to redeem out
State fronm thet ab)omuination of thieving in
20 tradlers, lom est ie scoundrels andi muongreJ
leeches, who hamve aeoiaireud place and pow
er through te instrumientality of negro su
p)remaev, comin mrcl with corruption atnd
,briberv~-to come forwardl and sustain us by
a cordial andII h libera support, andi show to
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te"itimante business, and all we ask is the
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DARR & OSTEEN, Proprietors,
RW. G. KENarv. Editor. SUMTER, S. C.
RJuly :"J, 30-1.
L1HI AMl LIBOR OFFURE
StThe undersigned, having established~ a
Laud ard Labor trilice in the town of New.
berry, S. C., will buy amnd sell lands, or ne
_ gotiate sales for lands. Also provide Ia.
borers to work for wages; or to work for
part of the crop, or to rent lands.
lHe will also procure hones for inmmi
grants, and will co-operate with the regular
estabhlsed inunaigratiotn agencies for the
M:j. R. B. Holnman is employed to assist
iu tIe manamgemeut of the ollice, and Rev.
II. W. Kuhns and C. G. Jaeger, Esq., have
consented to attend to the interpretation
atnd correspondence. HI. H. B3LEASE.
Apr. 15, 15-tf.
80ARD REDUCED 10 $3,00i PER DAY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
.The Proprietor of this well known FIRST
9 CLASS HOTEL would respectfully inform
his many frierds and the traveling public
generally, that he has this day RIEhUCED
HIS RATES OF BOARD from $4 per day
to $3 PER DAY, and at the samte time
pledges himself to spare no pains in the
armanagement of the house to sustain its re
nt putation as a first clasa Hotel in every re
$2I rpect. WM. GORMAN,
Jt. 30n on__,r Pro.:e .
Dr. J. Walker's California
Tinegar Bitters are a purely Veg
eiable preparation. unle chiefly from
the native herbs found on the lower
ran of the Sierra Nevada moun
tains of nilifonia., the medicinal
l,*W1-r:S Of whiu-h1 are extracted
thewrv ' :n h the use of Alcohol.
The quetio: is ah,nost daily asked,
W1:::t is tihe ca!Se of the unpar
O 1S_- of .NEG.1t BIT
n O' ),r an.sver is, that they
e:1*Ve::.'eJ .1c Of dIsease, and
::-I is They
g: b purifier and a
i i riipin. a perfect Reno
u: r .r.i :igratr of the system.
N -: : tl:, historv of the world
has a m cine bee:i comnpounded pos
the rem.'Arkable nalities of Vm
G.t R !TTERs in heihieg the sick of
every disea.e mn is heir to. They are
a gtntle Purzative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Cone-stion or Inflammation of
the Livr a:l Visceral Organs, in Bilious
The properties of Di. WALK
ER'S \'INEGA BITTERS are Aperient. Dia
phoretic, Carminative, Nutritious. Laxa
tive. Diuretie, scdative. Counter-Irritant,
sn rii. A lterwivo. and Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclainm
VINEGAR BITTERS the most wonder
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
the 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
gans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
ternittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of ourgreat
rivers throughout t.e United States,
especially those oi the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah. Ro
anoke, James, and many others
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, and renarka
bly so during seasons of unusuaL
beat and dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, anl
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting i
powerful influence upon these vari
ous organs. is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Di. J. WA.KER'S INEGAR
BrTTEas, as the 7 will speedily remove
the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver;,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Y25EGAR l3lTTERvs. No epIdemIC can
take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, head
ache, Pain in the Shoulders. Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eruetations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Inflammnation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other paiful sympitoms,
are the offsprings of D)yspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King~'s Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous inufiammations,
Indolent Inflammiations, Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, WAL.KER's VIN
EGA R BITTERs have shown their great cur
ative powers in the most obstinate and
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers. D)iseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
ea.ses are caused by Vitiated Blood.
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Pl umbhers, Type-setters, Gold- beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of WALKER'S
VfNEGA R BITTERs occadionally.
For Skin D)iseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Rheum, Blotches,S pots, Pim
pies, Pustiles, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring
worms. Scald-bead. Sore Eyes, Ervsi pe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature. are literally
dug up and carriedl out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, anld othmer Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sandis, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No systemu of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelminitics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood. or the turn of life, these Ton
ic Bitters display so decided an infiuence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores; cleanse it when vou find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep) the blood pure, and the
health of the svstem will follow.
R. H. IIIcDONA LD & CO.,
Druggiats & Gen. A gts.. San Francisco. Califor
nia. & cor. of Washington and Ch:,rl:oni es.. N.Y.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers.
Apr. 29, 1574-17-ly.
The lYidows' ad Orphans' Friendly Sociity,
NEWARK, N. J.
CASH CAPITAL, $25,000.00.
Any healthy man. between the ages of 18
and t65 years, may become a member of this
Quarterly. Annually. Annually. sickness.
$ 150 $ 275 5 25 $ 400
3 00 5 50 10 50 8 00
6 00 11 00 21 00 16 00
9 00 16 50 31'50 24 00
e00 22 00 42 00 32 00
15 00 27 50 52 50 40 00
18 00 33 00 i3u00 48 00
HON. JOHN WHIITEHIE.D. President.
Address, BSENJ. G. IlElmoT,
Mount Pleasant, near Charleston, S. C.
The Piedmiont & Arlingtoa Life Insurance Co.,
Of. iiCH MUND, VA.
Assets January 1st, 1873, - - - $1.76;,s45 00
Dividends to Policy lloluders, 1572, 8090 00
Rcserv-e. being amount necessa
ry to re-insure all K:isks. - - - lA.4.56 09
IENJ. G. IIERIOT,
Mount Pleasaint, near Charleston, S. C.
Dec. 10, 49-tf.
PRICES NOT R EDUCED.
The Proprietor of the Wheeler House -
would respectfully inform the traveling pub
lie that, in order to maintain the reputation
of his House as a first class Hotel, he will
continue his prices as heretofore, and giuar
antees to give that satisfaction which has
secured to the House the reputatiou it now
has. T. M. POLLOCK,
Nov. 12, 45--tf. Proprietor.
Charleston, S C
G. T. A TERDn A CO. Dront
Comprising Charlotte, Columbi;
Columbia & Augusta, Wilmin
& Roanoke, and Connectin
ship Lines, at Wilming
TransportIng Freights to and from Steaisl
mouth. Virginia. without drayage. transfers, or
to und from all points South. Being poaaessed
of traffic. the 31:inagemient invites attention to
which equal all others in prompt movement, c
Information of the forwarding of freight is I
signees. and all claims for loss. damage and ovt
of the Line, named herein.
SCHEDULE OF C
BAY LINE STEAMERS, - FOR F ILA
ANNAME.SIC LINE STEAMEl-S. 31
DAILY (except Fridays.) at 7 p. in.
M-ERCHANTS A MINERS' LINE. -
UERCIIANTS & MINERS' LINE,
BALTIMORE & SOUTHERN TIt.NSPORT.1TI(
IIILADELPIIIA & SOUT17ERN STEA31SIIIP
MLYDE & CO.'S NEW YORK AND WILMINGTo
onnectilig at each place with rnil lines for all.
ent rates are given and guaranteed.
The following named Agents North will att(
P. H. FITZGER.%LI). No.9, German Street. A
E. FITZGERALD, 50 South Street.
E. BRAINERD. :97 Broadway.
,specially arranged for the movement of Cotto
>eave *AUGUSTA, - - -47.40 a. M. it
eave TCOLUMBIA - r.00 a. n. A
krrive at WILMINGTON 7.1- p. i. IL
WILMINGTON - - 8.00 p. in. A
irrive at :PORTSMOUTH - 4.00 p. i.
*Connects closely with inward bound
nirough Freight Trains on Georgia Rail- B
fConnecting with inward Freight Trains
'ron Greenville and Columbia Railroad, o
nd Charlotte Division of Charlotte, Coluin- C
)ia and Augusta Railroad. : a
'Connecting closely with outward-bound '
3altimore, Philadelphia, New York and 0
Boston Steamships. t
ugusta to Baltimore, 4 Days; Augusta
New York, 5 Days: Auguq
Ma- For all information, Blank Bil:. of Lad
ollowing Southern Agents of the Line:
HI. M. COTTINGH AM, Western Agent, Atlan
,ugusta; 11. P. CLARK, Forwarding Agent, Po
F. W. CLARK,
Assistant General Frei'it Agent,
Wilmii.gton, N. C.
Feb. 27, 7-tf.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad. V
On ad after Friday, August 28, 1874. the
Passenzer Trains on the Green%ille & Columbia
ail Road, wi;l run the folio%vij. schedule,
Iily, Sundays excepted. connectini: with Night
rraius on zouth Caroliia taflro-d, up and
own, also %vith Trains going North and South
>n Charlotte. Columbia ad Au;;Usta Railroad, I
ind Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Rail- I
eare Columbia.................... 720 a m
Alston......................... 9. 5 a m
Newberry.......................10.31 a m
" Cnkesbury....................23: opm ~
"' Belton...................... 3.. p
4rrive Greeuville................... 5.30 p
Leave Greenville..................G.30 a ml
" Belton...................... 8230 am
" Cokesbury....................1' 13 a m' I
" Newberry................. 1.30 p m
" Alston... ..................3 10pym
.rrive.Columbia....................5 5.0 p m d
8DERisON BA NSCH ANID BL.US RIDGE DiVXSIOiI.
Leave WaIhalla at. .................. 4.45 a m
" Perry ville.................... 5 30 am
" Pend leton...................... 6.20 am
" An derson ............... ...7 2o a m
arrive at B3elton................. ...810 a m
Connecting with down train from Greenville.
Leave Belton at. 3.50 p m
" Anderson 4 54 p m _
" P'endleton 5.50 p m
" Perryrille.....6.35 p m
Arrive at Wahala. 7 15 p m
Accommod:ation Trains run on Abbeville
Branch, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.-r
Dn Anderson Branch, between Belton and Au
lrson, on Tuesdays, Thrursdays and Saturdays.
THOS. DODAMEAD. Geur'l Supt.
JABEIZ NowRToN, General Ticket Agent.
Sep. 2. 35-tf.
South Carolina Railroad Company, i
CM ARLESToN, S. C., October 18. 1873.
ON and after SUNDAY. October 19. the Pas
enger Trains on the South Carolina Rail Rtoad
will run as follows:
Leave Charleston at . ............9.0') a m S.
Arrive at Columbla at................... 5.00 p m
Leave Charleston.................. 9.00 a m
Arrive at Augusta................ 5.00 p m
Leave Columbia at..... .............. 8.40 a m
Arrive at Charleston at .........4.20 p m
Leave Augusta............. ........ 8.2o> a m
Arrive at Charleston.... .. ... ...... .20 p m
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRtESS. (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charlest in at......................7 10 p mj
Arrive at Columbia at.. ............. .6.3> a mi
Leave Columbia at...................7.5 pnm
Arrive at Charleston at...............6.45 a m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS, (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charle.ston....................8 3,) p m '
Arrive at Augusta............... ...7.5.a m :
Leave Augusta. .............6.COp m
Arrive at Charleston...................4- a m |
Leave Summerville at...............7 25 a m
Arrive at Charleston...............S 4 I a m
Leave Charleston.................3.0 p m
Arrive at Summerville...............4 30 p m .
Leave Camden.........................6.511 am
Arrive at Columbia...............1.50 am
Leave Columbia..................~....1.5.' p m (
Arrive at Camden.....................3 35 p m
Day and Night Trains make close connection
at Augusta, with Georgia Railroad.
Day Trains, only, make close conection with
Macon and Augusta Railroad. This is also the
uickest aud most direct route, and as com
rtab leandecheap as any other rout-, to Mont
gomery, Selma, Mobile, New Orleans. and all1
other psoints Southwest. and to Louisville, Cin
einnati. Chicago, St. Louis, and all.ltherLPOinits
West and North west.
Columbia Night Tr..a conrectsaclosely with 1.
he Greenv ille and Ce .;mDbia Railroad ; and with
the Charlotte, Colum'aia and Augusta Railroad
for points North
Through tickets on sale to all points Nor4 and
Camden Train connects at Kingville daily (ex1
cept Sundaysi with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia on Mondays. Wednes
days and Satnrdays.
S. B. l'ICh.ENS. General Ticket Agent.
Atlanta and Richmond Air Line
The following Passenger Schedule will be
operated on and after Sunday. July 26th. 1874
Run by Atlanta Time.,
GOZG iioaTa--EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leave Atlanta..................... ..0.0 p m n
Leave Seneca City.......................11 51 p am 4
Leave Green ville....................212 am ,J
Leave .Spa rtanburg..................... 4.6 a m
Arrive at Charlotte ....................8.063 a m .
GJING tOUTH--ExPREss TRAtN.
Leave Charlotte. -.....................6.12 a m
Leave Sp r tanburg..................l.51 a ms
Leave G reenville...................12 38 p m .
Leave Seneca City...................... 2.48 p~ m ,
Arrive at Atlanta.... ................. 9.18 p m'
B. Y. SAGE, Eng. & Sup't.1
THE SHORT LINE SCHEDULE.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
GaERsL tCKET DrPAIRTMENT.
CoiL'MBAr, S C., July 39. 1874.
The following Paus.euger Schedule will be-ope
rated on and after Sunday, 19th instant: (
No. 2 Train. No. 4 Train.
Leave Augusta....7.46 A. M1. 4 15 P. 31.
Leave Gi aniteville..8.13 A. M1. 5.11 P. M1.
Leave Columbia Junc'n12.20 A. M1. 19.05 P. 31. s'
arrive Columbia...12.3.. A. M1. 9 17 P. M1. e
eave Columbia...12 42 A. 31.
eave Winnaboro..2.4 P. 31.
Leave Chester........ 29 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte....6 45 P. 3!. --
No. 2 Train makes close connection, via Rich
nond. to all points North arriving at New York
it 6.05 A. M!. No. 4 Train makes close connec
ion, via Wilmington and Richmond, to all
oints North, arriving at New York at 6.15 P. M1.
No. 1Train. No. 3Traini
eave Charlotte....8.30 A. M1. -
.ave Cheter....1. 2 A. M. - fl
.eave Winnsboro..123A.M. - th
rrive at Colunbia. 2.42 P. 31.
Leave Columbia...2.52 P. M1. 3.40 A. 31.E
eave Columbia Junc'n:3.17 P. M1. 4.15 A. 31. E
[ave Graniteville..17.15 P. 31. *7.48 A. 31. C<
rrive Augusta..........0 P. M. 8.45 A. 31. .mr
*Breakfast; :Dinner; tSapper.
South bound Trains connect at Augusta, via all.
onts South and West.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked ti Co
il principal points.
slaaping cars on all night trains..
JAS. ANDERSON, General Sup'ta
a Pnn e Pasenger and ?lck0% AgeDne
a and Augusta. Wilmington,
gton & Weldon, Seaboard
g Railway and Steam
.on and Portsmouth.
Wip wharves at Wilmington and Ports
expot'ure to weather. and in through cars
a pie equpuient for a;1 the necessities
the TnlansP(tation lacilities of this Line,
areful bandlin!f. unbroken transit and low
-egularly trantsiittet to Shippers and Con
rtharge pronl)tl iivesti,u-ed by gents
- Daily, 7 p. m.
ondavs, Wednesda and Fridays, 4 p. m.
n ,:e eesal - turdays,lat 4 p. s.
Tuesdays and F
Tuesdays and Frida at 4 p. m.
Wedue-(days and Saturdays, at
~ton, N. C.
N COMPANY'S STEAMERS, Wednesdays
>E LPII IA.
;X31PANY'S STEAMERS. Every Tuesday.
N LI_VE - %%'Qdleb4j:.la
%4N L119U111 owns, to which lowest cur
mlld, in atl repects, to the patrons of the
P3111LA DE LPIIA.
. W. KILGORE, 44 South Fifth Street.
. H. KEITH, 76 Washington Street.
3 COAST LINE."
n and Merchandise on unequalled time.
ave *PORTSMOUTH - - 12.00 m.
.rrive at WIl.'INGTON - - 7 00 a.m.
ave W1LLM NGTON - - 8.00 p.m.
rrive at tC01 U5!IIA - - 10.00 p.m.
rrive at :AUGUSTA - - - 6. p. m.
*Connecting closely with inward-bound.
altiniore. Philadelphia, New York and
tConnecting with outward Freight Trains
f Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
arlotte Division of Charlotte, Columbia
ud Augusta Railroad.
'Connecting with outward Freight Trains
f Georgia, Macon and Augusta, and Cen
to Philadelphia, 5 Days; Augusta to
ta to Boston, 1 Days.
ing, Through Rates, etc.. etc., apply to the
ta. Ga.; Jol IN JENKINS, Soliciting Agent,
General Freight Agent,
Wilmington. N. C.; :)97 Broadway, N. Y.;
and Columbia, S. C.
IILMINSTON, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. 1.
Gx,ERAL PASsENGER DEPARTXET,
COLUMBIA,. S. C., May 15, 1874.
The following Passenger Schedule will be ope
Lted on and after Moncay. May lth instant:
GONG NOR H.
No. 2 Train. No. 4 Train.
cave Columbia..... .... 6." a. m. 8 45 p. m.
eave Florence. 12 25 p. m. 2.10 a. m.
.rrive at Wilmington.. 7 15 p. m. 7.15 a. M.
No. 2 Ti a-n nakei close connection, via RIof
tod, to all points North, arriving in New York
6.41 a. m.
No. 4 Train makes clcse connection, via Old
,av l.ite, ai.d also, via Richmond. to all points
orth, arriving in Ne w York at 4 25 p. mn.
No.l1Train. No.83 Train.
eave Wilmington... 00 a. m. 6.10 p. a.
ave Florence.......4.0i p. mn. 11 37 p. mn.
.rr ive at Columbia . . 9.55 p. mn. 4.03 a. mn.
Accommodation Train No.2 leaves Columbia
aly, Sunday excepted.
Express TI-ain No. 4 leaves Columbia every
Siaking close connections at Columbhia for afl
oints South and West.
Trough tickets sold, and baggage checked to
11 principal points.
Pullman Palace Sleepers on all night t
A. POPE, General Passenger and TicketAgent.
SPAR TANBURS & UNION RALl ROAD.
The following Passenger Schedule will be opp
tIed on and after Monday, June 1st, 1874:
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIL.
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Lrer
partanburg.... 11.01 a. mn. 2.45
atesille.. ..... 11.32 11.32 2.17 2.3
ac olet.......... 1.4 3L4 2.u5 2.10
onesille.......12.15 12.22 p. m. 1.28 aZ
nion ville......125 1.1., 12 3pml1251
autuc........1.42 1.50 11.45 11L56
ish Dam-...... 2.12 2 1G 11.10 11.3
helton........2.28 2.35 10.47 10.6~
,yle& Ford ... 2.4S 2.53 10.24 10*
tr others........307 3.15 10.00 10.10.
ston.. . 4.00 - a.m. 9.10
W. W. DAVIES. Superintendent.
TO ALL PROMINENT '
~ORTHERN SUMMER RESORTS,
tlantic Coast and Midland IAnes.
These iines have on sale a' Goods, Fancy
: Macon, Atlanta, Aug-ans. of all kinds,
avanah, Columbia anM
nost attractive line of R1N Articles
URSION TICKETS N<
:d to the Southern Pub3St Ma2'ket
iagara Falls, B
Newport, .d under the EHmL.D
nd all other pron30OdS,
For Price List; P r'i C eS
prmaon, ino -
ns rned.1! the Best Attention.
e. C. WILSON,
A. DEALER IN
Of alt kinds, such as
a.r, Coffee Rice,
S Bacon, Choice Hamts,
'har, Flour, Lard, Mo1asses,
une 4Mtckerei, Corn,
more,-S EA N G IT
June ;Cnneid Fruit.
HE OR .. segars, Tobacco,
A PAPER FOR TIl., Soap, &e
UBLTIliED E VElG
CAROLINA ORPHAN HOME.
ne year, in advance...-.-.-.-.-.-.$2 00
x it hts, it advance..-.-.-.-.-.-1 0O
) all Ministers, One Dollar per Annum.
RAES OF AIWvERTIsING RtEASONABLE.
All thc protits of this paper are used in
yportnlg destitute orphans. We want
rerv one who reads thiato subscribe.
Ad'dress, R. C. 01.1 VER,
Sup't Carolina Orphan Home,
Jan. 21 3--ti. Spartanburg, S. C.
SPRTANBURG COUNTY, S. C.,
Is made the most attractive resort in the
uth. Extensive alterations and improve
ants have been masde. Every amusement
at is to be found at the best Watering
aces in the country will be provided.
cursion Tickets at reduced rates from
dumbia and Charleston to the Springs
d returo are en sale at ticket offces.
Rates fronm $15 to $18 per week ; $40 to 5,rat
0 per month. arranged according to ac.
tmnodations desired. .ed irith cc
GORMAN & G ALNAN, $niv era
(Of Columnbia Hotel,)Amadeto se'a
une 24 25-t. ?rpe apr.o