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THE COW PEA.
Among the crops that should re
ceive more attention from southern
farmers is the southern cow pea.
It thrives on all soils and succeeds
under greater nreglect and less cul
tivation than any crop grown in
the south. There is a large num
ber of varieties, and though some
others are considered better for ta
ble use, the black is the most pop
ular for a field crop, having the
property of keeping sound and
good on the ground all winter; may
be sown broadcast and plowed in,
or in drills two and a half feet
apart, admitting of cultivation
after wheat and oats, to be plowed
in again, when in bloom, for green
manuring, or allowed to ripen a
crop, which is usually gathered by
handpicking. And, again, they
make most excellent food for horses
and cows, if cut just as the first
pods are formed, and fed green or
cured. - The roots will then imme
diately send up another growth
that can be turned under for the
benefit of the next crop. Prob
ably, however, the most profitably
use to which they can be turned is
to be fed down to hogs, causing
them to lay~ on flesh rapidly,
though this will not be so Arm and
solid as corn-fed pork ; but a week
or two on corn before slaughtering
remedies that defect. Cow peas
are also valuable as a catch-crop
among corn, often producing a
fine return when dropped in at the
time the corn is laid by. In fact,
they are a very importaLnt item on
every southern farm, and should be
planted wherever there is vacant
land, even as late as August first,
and utillized in some manner.
If it is not desirable to- make use
of them in any of the above ways,
they are always in good demand
in market at fair prices.-Ex.
THE BENEFIT OF PASTURES.
Sooner or later the American far
mer will come to know the full
value of' pasture and the necessi
ties of its preservation. The comn
mon practice of turning every ani
mal upon the pasture duiring the
first warm days, in A pril, is not
only inju.rious to the animals but
destructive to the grasses. The
tender blade of grass is plucked
in its first effort to utilize the sun
light. The root growth is in
fluenced by the top growth. and be
comes a mass of sprangles with no
great power. This close cropping
tends to make a thick, strong sod,
but the top-growth is more like
lawn grass. Some grasses seem
to thrive under this treatment.
Blue grass is peculiarly adapted to
close grazing, and should be used
only for early and late pasture.
Even upon this, it is better not to
turn the stock until there is some
firmness in the soil ; the yield of
grass will also be much greater.
Early and late pasturing of
clover is absolutely destructive.
The heavy tread of the cattle
breaks the crown of the clover in
the early spring and kills it; in
the fall, close cropping leaves it
too exposed.-Farmer and Me
To PREVENT POTATOES FROM
Ro.-Dn~st over the floor of the
bin with lime. and put in about
sx or seven Tnches of potatoes.
then dust with lime as before,
then more potatoes, using about
one bushel of lime to forty bushels
of potatoes. The lime improves
the flavor of the p)otatoes, and ef
fectually kills the fungri which
cause tho rot.
There is no better way of pr~e
i'vin~ annles over winter than
Con As s-Coni ashes as a
fortilizer are said to be very bene
fieial fOr tomatoes and potatoes,
and to a less extent peas and beans.
Moreover, they improvo the me
.eanical cozdition of the soil, and
are therefore especially beneficial
to clayey and rigid land generally.
They should be worked in deeply
and unifoitiy in the proportion
01, say, one part ofashes to two of
mold. As i: takes a lom time to
decompose them. their ertilizing
Properties !' s .W in" action, but
continuous. To thien the best
advantage fron teir u, some
other kind of m Sa Oiresho!i be ap
plied in conj ct ion with hem. As
there are seldom enough ior field
culture, the g-a de! is t1e bc:t
niace in which to use them. and
inasmuch as th(y are generally
considered more inconvenient re
fuse, all the adivantage secured
from their use will be a clear gain.
'Rural New Yorker.
Small farms make near neigh
bors ; they make good roads ; they
make plenty of good schools and
churches; there is more money
made in proportion to the labor
less labor is wanted; everything
is kept neat ; less wages have to
be paid for help; less time is wast
ed; more is raised to the acre ;
cesides, it is tilled better ; there is
no watching of hired help; the
mind is not kept in a worry, stew,
and fret all the time.
Put a tablespoonful of'sulphur
in the nest as soon as hens or tur
keys are set. The heat of' the
fowls causes the fumes of the sul
phur to penetrate every part of
their bodies, every louse is killed,
and, as all nits are hatched within
ten days, when the mother leaves
the nest'with her brood, she is per
fectly free from nits or lice.
COCOANUT OAKE.-Four cupfuls
flour, two cupfuls sugar, one cup
ful milk, five eggs, one cupful but
ter, one teaspoonful soda, two of
cream of tartar, one-half of the
cocoanut put in the cake, the other
half put with the whites of three
eggs, and one half cupful sugar,
and put between the layers of
cake. Bake in jelly pans.
PRUNEs STEWED.-USe one pound
of prunes ; wash well ; boil in two
quarts of wat er un til thbe wa ter boils
down over one-half ; they should
simmer slowly and hour or longer ;
use four teaspoonfuls of white
sugar or more, and cut in slices
one large lemon ; put the sugar,
prunes, lemon, and cold water all
on to cook at the same time.
Dr. ReZvillout states that lemon
juice used as a gargle, is an eflica
cious specific against diphtheria
and similar throat diseases.
Better untidy rooms than ill
DAY, TANNAHILL & CO.,
225 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
C oach Material, Belting,
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS,
I-IA R N E SB,
of all Grades on hand, and nmade to order of
Best Material at Lowest Prices.
In full assortment.
WHIPS, BUGGY UMBRELLAS.
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Orders promptly filled at Bottom prices.
Oct. 31, 44-3m.
b Or Sore Throat,
A continuce for any length of time, causes
irritation of the Lungs, or some chronic Throat
affection. Neglect oftentimes rcsults in some
incurable Lung disease. BROWN's lBRoN
CBIAL TRocHES have proved~ their efficacy,
by a test of many years, and will almost inva
riably giv5 immediate relief. Obtain only
BRoWN's BRONCHIAL TROCIIEs, and do
not take any of the worthless imitations that
may be ofiered. Dec. 51 4-4mn.
263 KING STREET, CHARL.ESTON, S, 0,
This is one of the largest and finest galle
ries in the South. Ne w and costlyv instru
mxents have beenx obtained; also, line pho
ogranhiu mnitreand scnibgronnds.
The ~vork turned out of this Gallery cannot
Carmelite Melissa Cordial,
(Eau de Ms!isse des Carmes.)
300 YEARS' ANNUAL SALES
- In 1ais Alone, i
Supported and ,
sustained by the , BTLS
endorsement of R itt Patst
the most eminent
Gr:nted as recom-(
of French Prac- mended by the Paris
titioners. School of 3ledicine.
A SOVEREIT EME FO.
DISGEDERS OF THE STOMACH,
AND ALLI NERVOUS AFFECTIONS.
Cet the Cenulne. Beware oi !mitAtions.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
General Depot at BOYERT, 59 Park Place, N. Y.
For sale by Dowic & Moise. Wholesd P
Driggists. Clialeston, S. C. Nov 21 4-4;n
Ls the nst "i'll :z--ni ever used b7
suff'erers. frm u'l - which*LO~
ritain mt lalp od! 1,
have a a ll- c-Vt 01 l throatt and
11111--; :;;L.~b" i-v i' jC ls all ir
relieves ice m:;q
soothes tw he sa.
fererto en. ",IC te
Itch . a p c al r .U c o m m e ed lfo r
What othee sa about~j
o;s .r ar 3 I-5
w, Car s S.
A :' %M rit.
"Tutt's Ewec.: r s........: cnamein my house.
Mv wie thi te n 1':me in the world,
R:nd the c : - :cr th.:. molasses
can!v.I" NA'J --1-;,1 3N. PoydrasS..
Six, and Uni trupy
:eu cr.: vn td. ca e ,ec rant, I don t
tr.in!k t.hv -ed. 'a.ee su r;vva &iu. (A t.: attacka.
MAF. STEVENS, Frankfort, Ky.
" ymy r:.ctce,I adv ise all fa:::i!!es to kee~p Tuntts
Exceetorn in :sder. emergen~cies, for coughs,
c:oup, ( iphthera, d.
T. P. ELL!, Mi.D., Newark, N. J.
Solr by a drugfists. -Price $1.00. OjicO
35 X4ray 0tret,he- ltr1.7
" Tutt's Pi. -.- '" n ~ h
ec tacntur...E. . OSOD, New lon<.
c r./A T ??or tm pr of the liver.
; oan eime for buiary ths
I. ~. 0-:-o* ey -'v Law', Augusta, Ga.
Thev:x.e une. d rc v- v.s n aose:
- , 'a S.a Geo:-getownl, Texas. y
"We stil f' 'r' -b i p zo fie of~ all
others."-SAVRE & C.O. C xesv ie, Ga.
" Tut's Pills have (W t e. tr Ito establish
their merits....T........ ..
w. - ;h3 .'t 98 Su.e 6:. Boston.
"Ther n..giss cen i c he Ocr
O :j5 Mery m .-Br
*m 7l I i-Vria -?
The ommisionr ofAgriultrt, hi
reor fo'te year 185 spak as follows
andotercoutres whee h a pattes
pricic i er cmmn Ilo much.qji~ mor
a It,i conntr y.r hr aen aso
The ujcmmssioneo ofcericaullyc ina-i
eorf the eroducts ofethe aswev fome R
er an Proeno Mdpeb, of tNewgeork,
anld the obrer wfrom ayze dipent
areweipe, and an werfoun aduleane
wia tofinusptiance. of a at the::r
sa farugset befreexsei atpofita!e, pati
of te isry.Ti isoperfetoy minfamous.
Coccuhs codntu, (hbterery,e nox lavona
(dog-buttot, fro-m owhichr trefunly ano
tined, the promet of the eer ? Subane
nazd thn beer fhee a pozent pisoent,
adtbrewerund llingr them shuldrbee
drwihnoedu subtncen one ois ai n thats.
Tle ofBris toaraeet passe a prowtato pr
of this nre.aris buiss ee ifous.in
isCnerc t: 'Nos (dshrrys, nder ofornica
dar tondr, rai chmst, rhn isther ~
aer,) sae soe or l delertoany sbticesd
abtewereer fnd etiler ofeer, showing e
t ;ve to e ch on hl e o h is verT t
aylersn drgn corn chemritru for, anyote
such brewer, dealer or retailer, any liquor
called by the namec of or sold for coloring,
from whiatever material the same may be CC
made; or any material or preparation other
than tinground b)rown malt, for the darken
ing the color of worts beer, or any molasses,
vitriol, honey, quassia, coccolus ind;cus,
grais of paradise, Guinea pepper, or opium,
or any extract or preparation of molasses, or
any article or preparation to be used in worts
beer for or as a substitute for malt or hops;
and if any druggist shall offend in any of these
particulars, such preparation, &c., shall be
forfeited, and may be seized by any officer of
exise, and the person so offending shall for
feit five hundred pounds.' P
I"Under this law, very many druggists and
breers were brought to grief, and yet the
practice continues. Unless the American
public are ready to admit the immaculate
purity and innocence of American brewers,
they must be content, while drinking their -
bee~r, to cheriTh the belief that they tee at the
same ime guzzling some nareotic p'oison or A
damaging medicine. in view of the unpre
eented growth of the barley crop; of the
great incease of the number of malsters and
b)rewer; of the vast unknown quantities of
beer that aire drunk in every city and almost
every town on the continent, it is the dlictate
of so~und wisdom that the attention of legis
lators should he called to the subject of the
auteration of our malt liquors, and severeB
penalties should be inflicted as a preventive."
JON C. SEEGER~S' 1lEEi is pure and
reiabe Feb. '28. 9-tf.
South-West Crncr Main an
Always has thc large.
Buiding -Hardware, Hous
IN THIS STATE, AND
Iri 1a W:gon Building a Trimming Mate:
acking and Lacing, Babbit Meta0, Macliiner% Oi
Grio iVtones, aintq, Oils, Window Glass, P(
ow Iron. Plow Steel, Plow Chains, Tire, Bar
Shovs, - I'urnin- and Bull Tongue Plows, Co
Grass le>da, Clevice, Plow Lines, Wagon,
Cka(.-. G1a and Grass Scythes. 1as the a"
W AT T'S I
which1 are sold at greatly reduced prices; al
All O:rs-acompied with the Mincy o
ompt and careful attention.
] ..) E
iolumbia, S. C. Un
OFFERS FOR SALE, AT REDUCI
EVER RECEIVED IN THIS CI
'INE BUSINESS SUITS,
Caps, Trunks, Valiser
'Give me a Call, and Exanim
Under Columbia Hotel
Oct. 31, 44-3m.
iIE LARGEST CL0Tili It
INEST READY-MADE CL(
EDQUARITERS FOR THlE LATEST AND '3
IE BEST UNLAUNDRIED) SIIIRTS EVER'
~NGLISil 1)0G SKIN GLOVES,
ENGLISH HALF' LOS
Thie best flingip sh'rt
ORDIE:'S TAKE>N FORt CUSTOM WORlK,:
ur measure here anti have the Clobhing m~ade i
are the very latest st.v! and inshion.
NECK WEAR, STYLISH
Goods sent anywhere C. 0. D., subject to ita
TO TlHR3 ]
My customers know. that I have heretofore led I
style, quality and prices.
The time hms come whlen these goods can be p
~orth and West.
I do not g.o backwards, but contin ually ras ti
tyles. I have made reductions in prices wherever
your hands a Pric List that will help you to pu
I respectfully invite you to call and examine n
Isewhere. Orders by mail will receive as inc ad,
It would make the list too large to dlescrib)e anf
om, Parlor Suites, D)ini ng Roo'n, Offiac, Starn.lin
iwarf Libraries, arnd Book Cases, mannfactured by
few ot' the prices of goods kept by mec.
No charge for drayage or packing.
Thanking you for past favors, I remain,
G-. V. D e&GRA A
Niamstbi F8mnaI 8 0 -[
WILL!AAMSTON, S. C. IJ
IVE UP-COUNTRY SCHOOL FOR GiRLS,
IL L lk.tyc Branchville at 8 A. 3M., on Sat cui:
urday, Feb. 2. and pass Coirnhia at lit Ironl
A. M.. andi Newhterry at 2 P. 1I., esco,rt- Cs
ing pupils to WtillIiamnSton, for ihe( Sch
Sprinig Sssion, which ojpens on 2t 'n
~'TES, ner Session of 20 weeks:
Roard,. exeln.sive of Washing.. ...5 00 . C
Regular Tunit ion.........$10 00 to 20 00
Instrumental 31usic.. ...... ... 20 0
|R3IS.-One-hal f of the Session 's Cxpen ses
must be paid Lu advance, the remain -
der at the middle, Apr. 12.
7 This rule will be rigidly enforced in
CATION - IIealthy, accessible, qiet, a
pleasant. Communlity, moral, order
ly. NO grog-ShOp within thiree miles.s'd
Chalyheate Spr'ing in 200 yards. Pu:-tei
pils attend three Churches in turn. Set
URSE OF STUDY-Sei-Annual, Onl theC paire
"ONE-STLi'Y" plan. Each pupil pur qa
ses~ one leadinug studly at a timei, Coiiho
eentration~ of thought, inerensed mn
terest, success, atnd en.ioyment resuelt.
elles-Let i res, Natural Seience, 31at he- hecar
maitiets, andI Latin. irquired for gratu. Oc
ation. Studions girls comnplete thec
Course in, three years.
~EMUMS.-EveryV puplil who averages~ 75.&~
Or more is entitled to a discount o1 10
to 50 per centt. On ne~xt ,Session's r'egui- C
YICA L EXERCISE receives systemnatic
attention. I)aily practice in Calist he- Ii
nis. Regular use of lI[calt h-Lilt. eled
Morning andt. evening walk, &c.
g send for a Catalogue. Teles
an. 2. 1s78-:17-1y- pre.ss
K. LONG. 1R. L. (UILLiLANi). T
EW FIM! NEW I800DS8!
103 Main Street, COLUMBIA, S. C. Oel
Dok Binders, Stationers, ~
WlesaK a00K RailFACTUlERS.
a Taylor Streets,
t variety of
-Furnishing G oods,
ial, Cireu!mr Sa-., Gnuners, Beliug,
I, Lime, C-ewnr, Plaster, Hair, Laths,
itty, V.rnlsh, Glue and Brushes.
d and lor:C Shoe Iron, H1or,e and Mule
ton Sweeps, Back Bands, lleel Bolts,
Coil, Weli and U:dter Chains. Grain
-ncy for the cele)rated and superior
io Catings for snme of all kinds.
r satisfactory City References-will have
Oct. 24, 43-3m.
der Columbia Rotel,I
D PRICES, THE FINEST
fr, CONSISTING OF
Boy's and Vouth's CLOTIHING
Goods, Hats and
the Stock for yourself.
Columbia, S. C.
:, s. a.
OFSE IN 00LF ABii!
THING IN THE CITY.
[ST STYLISH IlATS.
SRUBR ER G001)S FOR SALE H ERE.
FFERED IN T11IS CITY FOR 75e.
BIOADWAY SILK IIAT.
) STAR SAHIR~T,
a thc i :l! e t.
ampi'l' of g'oods on hanId. We will take
n Ne Yrk, by' this arr angemenlt you.
MAIN STREE~T, COLUlMBIA, S. C.
AUGU STA, GA. AVGUST 1, 1877.
c "FUJRNlTURE'' trade of~ the South,.
archased as cheap from me as in thec
ic standard of my goods, anld add new
possible, and spared no expensc to place
w stock and prices before purchasing
tention as if giveni in person.
I copy aill the different prices of Bed
r, Parlor and Ladies' Desks, Secretaries,
me, and therefore, this list contains only
oCLUME!A, S. C.
innfact urer of Steam Engines. Saw and
t. 3Iills. Gin Gearin~g, and all kinds of'
Castings for Machinery, and Ornamen
ast igs for .Stores and D)wellgs. Pat
Railings fo r Gardlens andi Cemieteries,
Settees and Arbor Chairs. Also. PBrass
igs of nil kinds. Bells for Churches,
Ols, W orkshops, etc.
trantee all my work First Class, and
LI to any. North'or South.
-The Works are in charge of' HENRY
pn. 2;, ;;--nm.
inet Maker &Undciertaker.
s on hiand and will make to order, TBed
s, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sofas,
es, Lounges, &c.
>tet Work of all kinds made .;:d re
d on liberal terms.
s on hand e full supply of Metalic, Ma
n and Rosewood Burial Cases.
Iins ade~ to order at short notice, and
I) .l 40 i MARTIN IIARRIS.
rner Broadi & Washington Streets,
s been thoroughly Renovated, Remod
and Ncwly Furnished.
is !oented in the centre of' business.
1-rap O11ice in the Hlotel Building, Ex:
Offiee ini the same bloCk. Post oftlee
one b)lock off. Ali othcr. public con
n<1( coseC~ at hand.
: fice of the Hoteli will be open during
ngIt, :and guests will be received, or n
a: any. hoar.
,i E MORE Proprietor.
LTES OF BOARD, 83.00 PER DAY.
' uranre EJaMDTAM
C >M CHt i lM
Consuimption is generally suppr,sed to be an
incurnble disease. Why - Because mnedictd
m,en. who of all others shouil have been the last
to encourage .,ueh an unplhlosophical and dan
gerousaSsumption. have insisteu upon anI pro
pagaktd it with t persistencv w.hich seems a!
ru!t incredible in the light of scienc- and of
trut l. We used the term 'anger' ad vis'd ly.
for what ez,n be more depreas,si ad injuriolu
to the consumptive than brooding over the idea
-lfoundcd sol1ly upo: the fiat of hi physician
that his m tiv is rort-. and tla the utnio-t
that can i)e do.e fbr hii is to rcirier his exit
trom this world us eti-y as possible. Such nel
ancholy and lipeless rfection a; t1hi. belief ei
geiers amon- con-umptive patients. (oeS as
much, i nt 1.re. to hasten their departure for
th ilan. of s.htdvws, as the tubercles in their
lungs. Away with such a hopeless theory.
Illaimily the GIZ'AT MlASTFUS OF "IEDiCIiNE
have eItere th!-ir prote - aist it an coaluted
by the most ;ositivc te:timou:y the' monstrous
tilacy. Dan,erous as plilmotary phthisis is.
its terrible r.vaes may be stayed and the lungs
reAoried to a ivotund condition even after suppu
ration :as taken Wlace. Every expOrieneed sur
gen ktnows that no.t mnortem ex.minations of
aUed 11ersons who aye ded in t he ordiiwnr
c0arse ~ natuire have repeatedly dit'close tie
tr.ces of pulniary ulceri eitirelv cicatrized.
lie argmnniet. therefore. against the possibility
of healirg a piulmvnary :ibcess because the im
mledi4te Sst o the disease cannot bLo reached.
has not ;i l.! to stNad polln. "ver tifty instances
oi f.ie di. scovery of cicaitized ulcers in the luan-s
hnve been recorded by the medical haculty of
Paris. and such eminent authorities as R-,vinus,
Malphighi. Du a1:,en and scores ofothers. French.
1:.;iAsi and German. nnit easily be cited to
prove their cert:in curabilit..
To treat any nialaay rationally its character
and morbid influence must be known. T!le diis
secting knife has disclosed all the int-rnal char
acteri-ties of consumption. We know that tu
bercles in the lungs vary in size from grr.nules
smnudler thai a pin's head to that ofa large be::n.
These deveip into opea ulcers technicailly
known as vont"ca: which afterwards spread over
a sI face several inches in diaieter. Their ss;es
are illed-l with a yellow. greenish. grayish matter
genera;ly very oflensive. '1he nenbrane itself
i greatly -inflamtitd, and the ends of the puhnona
ry artery mnd vein connectii with the diseased
paris are clog'dal with vitiated and puruleat
tlcus. Death 'uA ensue either 1rom .uirca
tiont or leinw-rrhage if speedy relief is not obtain
ed. It is olvious ti-at something is required
which will enable the su&ferer to raise and eject
the pooison rankling in his luigs, and etoking
the air passages, and which will also allay the
grievouF irritation of the inflamed parts. *)o
preparation known to materia medica accomu
plishesItis double obj-:ctso effectually and speed
iIV as 1lOLLoW-Y'S COUGH CURE AND UNG
B7ALSAM. That incomparable remedy loosens
and liquifies the poi onous and fetid accumula
tions in tie lungs and bronehim, subdues with
wonderful rapidity the inflammation of the dis
eased parts. a!:d prevents the possibility of hem
orrhage. At the sane time it tones and strength
ens the mu-eles o; the throat aud enables them
to throw off the vitiated matter without strain
ing. The transcendent merit of HOLLOWAY'S
CoUGh CURE A) LUNG BALSAM is the thor
ouginess with which it does its work. its im
meuse superiority to the multitude of oilcinal
and proprietary miiedicines, designed for a snoi
tar pu: pose. which have preceded it. lies in the
fact that it is an ABSOLUTE ERADICANT of pul
nionary and throat dise:ses, while they at the
best were merely paiiations. it is not alone
tiat the preparation dislodges the pulmoaic
virns. it possesses balsamic properties peculiarly
adapted to soothe the lacerated lung, whi!e by
its tonic operations it greatly filitates and us
tenls the healing proce;.s. As a preventive HoL
LOWAY'S COUG1: CURE ANn LUNG BALSAM iS
equally efMcacious. Coughs, especially the dry
lickinw, cou-Is vehich are so comion, are terrl
biy fritif: s1rces of consumption. The suf
lerer at hirst has a feeling ot rawvness in the
tijroa,t. tightnees across the cht-se, then danger
ous ii;flamninaion sets in. which may give rise to
heInorrhage or the formation of vondcal, if it is
not speedily checked and the couah looser.ed.
iOLLOWAY'SCOUGH CURE AND Lu.N (; .SAM
accomplishes this with a degree of prom--ptitude
and~( certaity whici! astonishes the patientt. No
type of thro4at, lung or bronchial' di.turbance
can resist its curative inluence. It overcomes
thte most oletinate forms of' this class oi d(Isor
ders. and breaks up at once the most violent
plaoxysm.if oconighing. All its inigredien.ts are
purely: vegetable. Sonie ofthiem are cutle i from
sources entirely new to pharmacy, an.d all are
p)Ossei.sed of prop;erties of mariivelous reraxedial
etlicacy. lhe unsolicited teftimionials whlich its
proprietors have been constan utly receiving sin c
its inItrodluct ion to the public. from piersonis who
have exper'ienced or witnessed its wondierfully
beaeiciil ilf-ets, fully justify the helietf -hat it
miU:.. ere itna. becomfle the STANDA im A xi-:t
CAN SPECIFIC FoR A LL DISEASiES UF TiIr: i:E
None genine unle-s the signtatture: of J. IIAY.
DocK andl (. 1) D:-vi as :.l* lr the U; itet
States. are f.ua. d on tihe n rappje;. A h;r:-s-ma
rewm d wih I: grii to any one1 re:laler'ing 'e
it lrm:;i a-:a, lead to the detection ut anl
ra tLr rt te com:rfit! i the ni ::.i o
L'w ''Y ' o. N e.' Y . a.d b a l1 s '.e I. a
dIrua.: :s :.nd deaers ii meli'C. hrugi
the c iln: worI(ari. ti! pe joite.
De-' 5. 49-1. eow~
C .- STAT' I.
" AMon - - - 1." p
" BeCJ - ~iton li he -:. -~ - a 2 on E- t
Ariv Greenille,a o -z -~ -v' - i' Pl- f
Letave G: o:ii. - - - - 11.20 a n:
A -tlton. - -- - 1.10 Il
-- iedg-::. - - - 1 p n
.X wrr ..-Gte~ile - - - 1.4 I) m
--A' .i:P :nt. - -, - 7.'i) a m
Arretoa a - - - 5.i.0 p mt
I.dJsoltarcan -lu ldg RaRad
Lea Wshai:tut. - - .n ' mn
-- Perr 'e, - - 6'0 a
1min. - - 7.o J pm
"Aide' ra-oc.' -!dlu -Ug Ra1l a~ d
Lea e reto -t 7,0 p n
-- A~" -a:o 7.5 p m
" Pendleton 8.45 p mn
" P'erry aille 9.2.i p mn
Arrive at Wnallla 10.00 p m
L-:turens Brarch Trains leave Clinton at 1-W.O
I m. and leave Newberry at 3.0 p. mn. on Tfues
ing,C Tnur.-days and Saturdays.
n'io. lDA.uEAD, Gen'l Supt.
JTABEz NouToN, Gjeneral 'Ticket Agent.
CnL U)iIA, S. 1.. Novnmber 11, ..~7.
ON andl after this date the i.asengier Traiins
m the South Carolina Rail Road will run as
)AY PASSENG EF. TIMIN--SUN DAYS EXCEPTED.
~eave Columbia at - - - - 5 30 p mn
trrive at Charleston tt 12.00 p mn
eave Charleston at - - 5.00 a mn
krriv e at Columbia at - - 11.0. a mn
NIGHT EXPP.ESS ACCOMMODATION TR.AIN.
cave Columbia at - - - 7-15 p mn
trrive at Charleston at - - 8.'":t m
eave Chtarlest-n at - - 9.50 p m
Lrrive:at Columnbi at - - S.4 a ma
The Camden Miain will conmect daily with
rains from and to Charleston.
5. S. S(tLOMONS. Gen. Supt.
S. B. PICKENS. G eneral Ticket Agent.
FIRhE INMJURANC I
The ;'I'' a une-ire im madeI Fire~ InSur
The plcis he issueS are PouII:ts OF
exisF'tN -.h '''----'omp-"tmieS ihn:eCSenttedl
atn-esfldt a hi loss,I :
.4s1T0 ,. ca.4 (( PR0FIT ttINCi TsseI, nI
AlMei. o Iicurnc Nril.E, uzt.PvN
.. ESREMFS T ,80 0.1
WM. F. NANCE, Agent.
Oct. 31, 44 --t f.
A F~ J 'A ~ H . , l
1EmLi S TREN ,
CCA.LESTON, S. S.
ur:nion) i-ucale to th f<,(owing1
co-a t rl'. heo m eii:. Or
v:-em : . rom the bst ma
; r. r.A All ordrWO' p el o
vxe :. m i ;U:t ' Wi '.i gu rtne< 3-r
P1:1(iin 'he inis . 1 (ollo e. - - 0 30
::r-; . - kl - Is.lgl2-icO Lo, - 0 75
:(iol (-wto, vikor yokeand. W a 2s -a
(I m . ! l - -(-l - 1 00
T- . < vo e '-'i'ot n - - 1- 1)
(k.I f: t 1 Iedg e d n 1d se-t g.' yi'ok
( - - - -c - - 1 15
I(:o bu:-: '22. e le :1041 ins eri g tucke
:-no::. - r i o t n > m tf l
.,g a:. pLI CfUO, xtr'4 a tinekco, - 2 50
Goo no e,i Yke uckd, - 1 00
LA I . I :a-NI .*1 . - Ut
GIo -'teon tke1 y7e 5
"'-f-k co1-. ilon.tuke o kead.d i; 2 20
c an. ;ri c. l k. - - u , 75
Goo ratio. :ihe:nJ ui0 the u<-ks, - - 00
1 a a :il-m. ines ftil cotton, 1 20
C-tmbrie, - -i, ~$1.25, tl-50. $2 and $2 50
co0::s :;:r covE;Is.
Ext.. wI LIedige and pmTf-4, - - 1 50
Super;ir. -lging and! iiiiserting 2 0)
Smaniflacturv, in al'-ition to the a.Ce.e
a N-triety of styles that space will not 1(.r
miit tlei i.ar 1 ion. .inen oo' .prous,
Uhildrn 1's Goo'i.* an: 11 infant Robes.
To im-aeasirm fr Chemi.-e send length of
ba:(] and around sleeve, lso leongth. For
Night 'Dr.-,1 l'n"th of .1re.S. sleeve,
ro :2! tho u1)14 :m.l uck. For L:lies'
I)>nnver- :ro1'.2 the wai4t awli length. Fo'-r
To. let S..Ijae-, saino as Night Dresses. For
CorCet o(vers. airoiund the waist and bust.
GENTLEMEN6' PRICE LIST.
1 jII:> T of :0ll I. 1t-1 finmu $3.t) to $5.00.
S!llitT of W:mismta L. C., extra
uw T.i'.:: 1t.. ..- - .- 2 50 ca.
S4iiiTS of Wazmlsutla L. C., fine
I.inen2 froeis, - - - - 2 00 ca.
1111TS of Wamsutta L. C., good
Linen fronts, - - - 1 75 ea.
SIDl RTS of Wainsutre L. C., Linen
front (unlanndried), - - - 1 50 ca.
PA ILM ,11RTS of Waimsutta Long
Cloth inI 1ine Linen front, linish
ed except button holes and gus
sets, bands on.sleeve. - - 1 00 ca.
JEANS DRtAWERS. froi 50 cents to 1 00 en.
CANTON F. DItAwERS, from 75c. to1 25 ea.
To ineasUe 1br Drawers, send length of
is-ide :.zeam. and aronid the waist.
:Z Directions for measuring sent on ap
plicat ion. NOV. li1. 47-Am.
For Scrofula, and all
.sipelas, Rose or St. A n
thony's Fire, Eruptions
and Eruptive diseases
- of the skin, Ulcerations
of the Liver, Stomach,
Kidneys, Lungs, Pim
^~ pies, Pustules, Boils,
Blotches, Tumors, Tet
.-ter, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in the
Bones, Side and Head, Female Weak
ness, Sterility, Leucorrhoa, arising
from internal ulceration, and uterine
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases. Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emacia
tion, 'General Debility, and for Puri
fying the Biood.
This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
drake,Yellow Dock-with the lodides
Iof Potassium and Iron, and is the
most efficacious medicine vet known
for the diseases it is intentied to cure.
Its' ingrredients are so skilfully
Icombined that the full alterative
effect of each is assured, and while
it is so mild as to be harmless even
to children, it is still so effectual as
to purge out from the system those
impurities and corruptions which
develop into ioathsome disease.
The reputation f't enjoys is derived
from its cures, and the confidence
which prominent physicians all over
the country repose in it proves their
experience of its usefulness.
Certificates attesting its virtues
have accumulated, and are con
stantly being received, and as many
of these cases are publicly known,
they furnish convincing evidence of
the superiority of this Sarsaparilla
over every other alterative medicine.
So generally is its superiority to any
other medicine known that we need
do no more than to assure the public
that the best qualities it has ever
possessed are strictly maintained.
Dr. I. C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGIsTs EVERYwHERE.
Greaj &C~t chance to makenmonley. If
yucan't get gold you canl get
ITI w reenbacks. we need a person
. in ev~ery town to take subscrip
tonls for tihe large~st, cheapest and best 11
lustrated famlily publicationl in the world.
Any one can become a successfuIl agent.
The most elegant works of art given free to
subscribers. The price is so low that al
nmos everybody subscribes. One agent re
port s making over .$i50 in a week. .A lady
aent re-ports taking ovri 400 subscribers in
ten du"s. All who engage m:ake money
fast. You canl devote all your time to the
business, or onlv your spare time. l on
need nlot be away from homne over nignt.
You can do it as wvell ais othe.rs. Full par
tCiculrs. direc-tins and( t(rmls free. le
gantl m22 (:cpenlsive Out!It free. If ,yo
want proiltabic work -seau a:s your address
at once. It costs nothing to try the bust
ness. No one who engaUges faiIs to make
great pay. A ddress''-The P'eopIc'sJournial,"
Portland, Mamne. ---ly
To the Traveling Pubic.
The unde~rened won'd respectfully in-1
formn hi- f 'eI'ds and the ~cllneai publie,
-ot fr ''om1 :Le ep. A h om r
wel a:1ointe. e. .le aundant:y sup
i'ed ,.h we'i c'oked fod, and the ser
rau -ion:e" an :ut.ntve, he hiopes to give
mi\\o. A.W T. SIMM1ONS
S?ARTANBURG. So. Ca.
Stationery and Binding.
NEI STIOINER UOSE.
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
soime building immediately opposite the
1(k-1x ofLee, ou Main street, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description;
Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
manufactured into Blank Books of any site,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety. Memorandum and Paes
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, Rec.eipt Books, Note Books.
ARCHITFECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
flnd a complete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, In sheets and rolls,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of cont
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
Also, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
gammon Men and Boards: Visifingand Wed.
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in s
First Class Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
He will still conduct his BINDERY and
I'L ANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER',-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, which
has been in successful operation for over
thirty years in this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. His stock will be kept up full and
complete, and his prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phcenix Office.
Harness and Saddles.
F. N. PARKER,
SUCCESSOR TO WEBB, .TONES & PARKER,
(Between Pool's Hotel and the Post Offie,)
H'aving bought the E NT I RE S T OCK
of the Harness and Saddle Manufactory of
Messrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I am pre
pared to do all kinds of work in this line.
Also will keep on hand for sale, HARNESS,
SADDLES, &e., HARNESS LEATHER,
SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
of the best and cheapest. REPAIRING
and all work done to order
At Cash Prices anid at Shortest
EST ABLISHED 1855.4
GILM1~ORE & CO.,
Attornteys at Law,.
Successors to Chi?pma.n, Hosmer & Co.,
629 F. Street, Washington, D. C.
American and Foreign Patents
Patents procured in all countries. No prrs zu
ADVAN~cE. No chage unlkss the patent is grant
ed. No fees for making pre!iminary examina
tions. No additional fees for obtaining and
conducting a rehen ring. Special attention given
to' Inrterference Cases before the Patent Office,
Exten~sions before Congress, Infringement Suits
in different States, and all litiastion pertaining
to Inventions or Patents. SaND STAMP FoR
PAMPH LET OF sIXTY PAGEs.
United States Courts and Departments.
Claims prosecuted in the Supreme Court of the
United States, Court of Claims. Court of Comn
maissioners of~ Alabama Claims, Southern Claims
Comission and all sorts of war claims before
the Executive Departments.
Arrears of Pay and Bounty.
OFFIcns, soLDIEn.s and SA ILORS of the late
war, or their heirs, are in many cases entitled to
money from the Government, of which they
have no knowledge. Write full history of ser
vice, and state amount of pay and bounty
received. Enclose stamp, and a full reply, after
examination, will be given you free.
All OFPICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS wound
ed. ruptured or iL:Jured in the late war, however
slightly, can obtain apension. many now receiv
ing pensions are entitled to an Increase. Send
stamp and information will be furnished free.
United States General Land Office.
Contested. Land Cases,'Private Land Claims,
Mining Pre-emption and Homestead Cases,
prosecuted before the General Land Office and
Department of the Interior.
Old Bounty Land Warrants.
The last Re.port of tire Commissioners of the
General Land -Ofisce- shows 2,897,500 acres of
Bounty Land Warrants~ outstanding. These were
issued under acts of 1855 and prior acts. We pay
cash for tLa. Send by registered letter. Where
assignments are imperfect we give instructions
to perfect them.
Each department of our business is conducted
in a separate bureau. under the dharge of expe
rienced lawyers and clerks.
By reason of error or fraud many attorneys
are suspended from practice before the Pension
ard other offices each year. Claimants whose
attorneys have been thussuspended will be gra
tuitously furnished with fAil information and
proper papers on application to us.
As we charge no fee unless successful, stamps
for return postage should be sent us.
Liberal arrangements made with attorneys in
all classes of business.
GILMORE & CO.,
P. O. Box 44. *Washington, D. C.
WASBIN0TON, D. C., November 24, 1876.
I take pleasure in expressing my entire confi
dence in the responsibility and fidelity of the
Law, Patent and Collection licuse of Gilmore &
Co., of this city.*
GEORGE H. B. WHITE,
(Cashier of the National Metropolitan Bank.)
Dec. 13, 50-tf.
!'7~is not ea'sily earned in these times,
jIbut it can be made in three months
by1 I, any one 'of either sex, in any
qIIpart of the country, who is willing
1o work steadily at the employment that
we furn ish. $3; per week in your own town.
You need not be aw:1y from home over
n ight. You can give your whole time to the
work. or only your spare moments. We
hav agents w lio are ma~king. over $20 per
Thy. All who -engage at once can make
moe i:st. At the present time money
mannot be made so easily andl rapidly at
mny other business. It costs nothing to try
:he business. Terms and $.5 Outfit free.
Address at once, H. IIA Lsrr &~ Co., Port
andl, Maine Aug. 1, 31-1y*
IORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
WmU eure or prevent Disease.
May '3, 19-1y.
~eegers' vs. Cinicinnati Beer.
The Cinec aInati ''Gazette" makes,~ the as
~ that Cincinnati