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Mgking tho Most of a (.union.
en ?zardcna are- made
tb yield more than half what they are
capable of doing under good culture and
taro, and it stTnl^be (ho purpo-e of ilii
paper to desoribo some of the methods
ia useflFhpng' the market g nd ners, by
wkicb^jrfekeVgitrdeu in made to yield two,
and ercii three crops in a season. I'm
little more labor or manrre is net deil
for the two crops than onc-^in fact, the
amount 8tf* runuuro required to produce
?hAPtenp in pel faction wi'; generally
Ct^mrzZdX&ViM %he focond with litt 11
The Barly Crop* arc? The /.<t/e Cropa art?
Teas.-i May be fol- t Squashes, Tur
Potatees, / lowed t>y \ nips, Piokles,
J.ctlace.) Melons.' ( I ?ate Cabbage,
spinach. \ -J Celery, Squashes,
liccts. J ( Celery, Sweet
K'y Cabbage... ^ Hcrlis, Sage.
Beans. I Ma'joruin.
Onion Sets.^ &c.,
Onions from Seed.j Turnips,
.vv. Squashed, Celery
The early crops must be well manured
and tilled in order to be cleared nil" in
season for the latter ones, and this musi
bedone with prompness in order to pre
The itimssien given above is wha' is
in general uso among gardeners, and
admits some changes ? thus celery nia\
follow potatoes on strong, rich land, but
not peas cr beans, as the amount o
manure and moist land suited to | rodtiee
celery in perfection is not gnnd I'm- j ea
and benns. Where peas arc wauled in
Kuccesa?ui,vng. thoy are in most gardens
(though not in the market at \? rollt..!>!??
prices), the early ones may be followed
by squashes, the latter by turnips or
cabbage. Again, the amount of man
ure needed to produce good, early
lettuce, beets and spinach would b>
wor?o than wasted on a late crop of tur
nips, which would bo very largo but
coarse and wormy. Moreover, c^b' : g
cannot be to follow cabbage or turni] s
or the reverse, without an interval at
least two years, utileJfjj on aotne kinds o!
limestone 1 ind. f
When peas and potatoes are to b>
followed by "squashes, every fourth row
of the early crop should bo left blank in
plantipg; in this blank row the souash
scsd should bo sown the first week in
June they will not run before July
lOtb, giving lime to clear away the carl*
cr6y**r^?T~p^("'the land belwc.:u the
artaasbos. The same plan is adopted
when celery follows potatoes ; the cJ<m\
plants are set in June in a blank ru\\
between the potatoes, and banked'up
after tho potatoes are cleared away
Wheu peas or potatoes are followed b.
turnips, it is common to give tho land a
ligbt plowing or harrowing, and rolling
and brushing, howing the turnip fC.u
about the last of July.
When lato cabbages are to follow
peas or potatoes, the laud should
receive, if possible, a second tnanutiu.
after the early crop is cleared oil. and
made fine by plowing. The cabbag ?
plants must be ret by July 2U.h to li- :vi
The laud for. spinach, lettuce, bee'4',
enrh^vauuhbuge, und -onions, should be
made very rich by abundant manuring,
and tbeso crops arc generally made tu
precede celery, which needs also v*ry
rich land to do'> Well. The spinach
and lettuco will be all, cleared before
setting the celery plants, but blank rows
bhould be left between tb? b? cu and
onions, as thea-will not come oil early,
enonj|H^4"SAfi -the. celery, though in
ample season for bankiug it up. Tin
celery, rows should be ei-ut feet :.p..rt.
at least when the Uoston Market celcrj
is planted; the dwarf kinds can be
planted closer, but are inferior. It s
rather difficult to make melons do well
aa a eeeond crop without hot beds in
which to start the molons in puts so :e
-to- set tkewaut about Juue fitii among
she lettuce- or spinach ; or melon see 1
may bo so\vtvXuna 1st, in bills five feet
apart, ntaain?%be lettuce and Spinach ;
like all viuos, tliey need ligbt laud
Cucumber pick Lea are made to follow
peaa, or are sown on a freshly turned
greensward June 20th to July 10.h.
Wheir^amdng pMs we usually plant b :
twaen the p?as at the last hoeing.
Sweet Corn may be cleared ?'ariy
enough to be followed by fiat turnips,
and may be sown lato alter u crop ol
spinach or peaa. Sowu as late as July
5th it dues well ?
Tomato plants are sometimes set be
tween the iows of peas, but the practice
is not recommended except when late
tomatoes arc wanted. Cauliflowers may
bo phtn'cd on rich lmd, July 1st to
10th, after early potatoes <?r lettuco.
\y is not uneominou to rhftto two cmp
of turnip beets or) the same laud, the
first crop ptilb d by Ju y llHhjthe
second *yWi,~J^?^t?r1MD Pytuboa of?sulfi
cicnt sizrifo/gopl able^licets. ilorvo
radish may be grown also as a Into crop
after lettuce, i| inach, or boots, A litt e
skill and carf ;wlll b* needed to adopt
the aboil, suggesjiops. and,jnake.them
? 71 ) *o8 I
An Irish ?Wi!?n,> ItryTl He e;tn cc ?
earthly rcition why women nuld not
be allowed to become m* !i tal Men.
Every year iuereases the popu
larity of this valuable Ilnii? Prep
aratiou, wbioh is duo to merit
alone. We can assure our old
patrons that it is kept fully up to
its high standard; and it is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepara
tion for restoring Gray ok Faded
Hau? to its youthful color, making
it soil, lustrous, and B?ken. Tlio
scalj), by its use, becomes white and
clean. It romo\ es all eruptions and
dandruff, and, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates ami npurishes
tho hair-glaUd?. I>y its use, the
hair grows thicker and stronger.
In baldness,i( restores tho capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old age. it is the most
economical Hahi-Dressing ever
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, ami gives the hair a splendid,
glossy appearance. A. A. I I ayes,
Sl.D., State Axsnycr of Massachu
setts, says, "The constituents arc
pure, mnl carefully selected for ex
cullent quality; und I consider it
the Best Pkkpa ration for its
in teudett Jmrposcs."
Sold bytUl Dryto ii.<:.< an ?' Heater* in Ucdtesne*.
Flico Ono Dollar.
VOR THJil WHISKERS.
As our Ken ewer in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
\yiuskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one pr> partition, w hich will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result. It. is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HAU. &. CO.,
Foil riiurn.vii xiie moon,
? z - .? many 01
.?AA_ _,_^y ni.irvollo
^f^<Z^y rs.-c- of
Tlic reputation this ox
rciieiii medicine enjoys,
is derived (Vomits euros,
many ?>!' which aro truly
casc, where the system
Boomed saturated with
corruption, have been
purified anil cured by it.
Scrofulous affections And
ilisordcrs,which were air
gruvalcd by the scrofu
lous contamination until
tlipy were pninftuiy afuicllng, havo bean radically
cured in such great numbers In ulniottcrerr scc
ti'.n nf the cniinti^ , that the public scarcely'need
tu lie informed <>r Its virtues <>r uses.
Scrofulous poison is one of the most de?true
in 1 enemies of our race Often, this unseen and
uiifull ii uaiit "i Uic organism undermines the con
stitution, ami invite- tuoaUackof enfeebling or rac
ial diseases, witlioul exciting a suspicion Ol" ilil
presence. Again, it eeo-nia to breed infection
throughout the body,nnd then, on gome favorable
n icamloii. rapidly d< \ clop im ? enV or o.ther of iu
hideous forma, 1 ither on Uio sntlnce or among the
vital-. In Ilia latter,tubercles may lie Middenly
di posited in tlio lungn or heart, or tumors formed
hi the liver, er it i hOM ; ii - presence by eruptions
on the skin, or foul ulccrndous on home prut of
the body, llcnco the occasional use of a bottlo
of tiii. "??'!??'?/ "i (7/<r i- ndvlssble, even wben !>>i
di tivo symptom of disease appear. Persons af
flirted with tie following complaints generally
Ibid innnndialc n lief, and, at lungth, cure, bv tho
nsc of this X.tltS.il'A IIII,],A: St. Antho
ny's Fire. /.'/??.? or l-:ry*lj>ria*. Tetter, Suit
Ithrn.n, Sfiilti it, nil, Ittnateomi, Sore Hye*.
Sora Ear*, ami olbcr eruptions <-r visible iaiuih
of Srrii/'u/iiim tliscusc. Also in tlie inure con
ccaled IbriUH. a* Dyspepsia, l>ropsy, Ilxttri
1H*i axr. Vita, t-'pflrit?f/t .\ 1 111 it hi 111, snV
the various I'lcemun affections of the mnsouba
and ncn ous By - tc.:?*.
Syphilis or !>*#/?.?.-.?' find TITereitrtal Dfs
ca*r* are cured l?y it, though a hoiK time is ro
quircd for Btibdiiiitg these obstinate maladies by
any medicine. Hut Inng-contillUCtI IIBC of this
nieiliciao will cu'.e the complaint. Loueorrhacts
or Whlh'H. I lerhtn ITIeerntlonn, und h'emnlm
1ti*en*ea, arc commonly ?min relieved and ulti
mately cured bv It-, purlfvfng and Invigorating
ofl'oct.' Minute direct loin for each caeoare round
in our Almanac, supplied gratis. Uhrumntisnf
and (Umt, when can-id by accumulations of ex
trim con? mattet? in the blood, yield quickly to It,
00 al 0 Ii r. r ('mil plaint*. Torpidity, < 'oil t/rs
timi ni lo/lam unit i<m of the l.inr, and ,/ouii-.
iiirr, ?In n nrbing, as llicy often do, from tl>e
rankling poisnni m tlio blond. This SAKS A'
1'A HIl.i.A is a great restorer for the ttrength
and \ifinr of the system. Those who nr^ Lan
guid and 1.1*1 less, lteiportthtMt, St?njdoSS,
and troubled with .Vrrco??? A?tptvhensfans or
.i'i'ars, or anj <>!" the nrreetiorfu symptomatic of
lI'mkneSM. will find immediate relief and con
viucing Bvideuco .u Its restorativo power upon
/? n e p a h e d n r
Ufr. JT. O. &YSH ?V <??.. E,bw?ll, mass.,
Practical ami Analytical C/tCtnisht,
SOLI) BY ALL druggists EVEUYWHERE.
.TM^&n?m$UOOD" fcURlFl ER
Possosi intr powerful invlgoratii if
Theso ltiUcra aro posltivtly luvaluublu in
'i hey jmriTy tho system, and will euro
DYSREfSlA^ar' GENERAL OEBltlfTY,
Itfiuittont oral Intermittent Cerers,
atid ore a proventi'/e of Chfili and Fever.
. All yield to thesr powerful efficacy.
W WOO FORTH
Aro an antldoto to change of tf ster nnd ln*%.
THEy WILL RE8T0REY0UTHFIILV1GQR
to tlio wautcd frame, nr.d correct all
"NVill buto uiiya of Buft"ering to tho sick, nnd
The graod Panacea .'->r all tho ills of lifo.
BITTE ^ ^ot?
WikWi In YoitnrorOIil.M.irriedSJ'^^L
>M)r Pin?l??, tlicss Hitters aro uti^V
?quullod and hav.i often beoa Uii^^v
menns of s.ivjiiL,'life.
W TRY ONE bottlk, >
NOTIC'IC.?AII Povmoiin llnr
in - ili mhnds niraiiiHl Rstnln of tin
late Juhti Roiimd i will render ah aceonni <
Ciein duly rtt.les|od tu, ;\:v\ o,(,s^ ili lcWc.
?.'?!; iniiK [inyinoiil f*? 11?undersigned.
.IOHN Pi ia?^ N in r.
HE WHO FIGHTS
Agniust a strong and lively oonipetitor in trade, u:uat dovoto hiinsolf entirely U hie boa
nees. He must kno.v bii market and suit bis customers,
Ay H e selection of bis stock, and by his prices must invito trade. lie who
with the idea that any sort or goods nil] do
To repent Iiis Tolly. A first-class stoek, and tko ability to itll at the cheapest priese will
enable a mcrckaut
Sticeea fully a?y opposition and to conquer su< oeas. Ltl cusfnrseors oormo is. Whether
(hey buy my Uroeorioe, Pure Liquors, Segars and Ueods or not, if ihej aro pleased tkey
Tho beat Stork of Groceries ar?dl tho Cheapest. A full lias of Whiskies. Horses Stabled
smi eared lor at moderate rates. A devotion to business. Tbsso aro vor gaarantees.
Try me. C . D. KOKTJ Oil If.
mar 1 e It
A MAN WHO
Starts Dnainess shoald "go In" to wia. In opening tke Eatsrpriso 8nloe?, tko Sabscriber
(k-iei min cat to
In a full ami (lend Stock of Liquors, that would eeanmenri tfeeaasetves to ?11, and hj eeur
teay and nUeiuion to place all who tririi him
The necessity of admitting; that he was a fair dealer. Those wbo drank fmvm
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
Of his Saloon he do!?rmined should be satisfied and be iaducod to return. lie determin
ed tu werk'all day and think
Eoasto estsblish a reliable castoss. He >*? succeeded. From Monday atorntnr'tao rusk
cont \nues ant il
From the time that Iii.? announcement
its way into the pspors and
Upon the notion of (he public, until now, tho sa'.o of Liquors, Sogar? anal 7?W%eee> k??
COnliuued with unabated patronage.
Doors, and hearty welcome has been the metto, and
The ttn'fard'jHicd returns his th^nk* fur the liberal support he has received an? begs ite
continuance at (he ENTERPRISE SALOON, kept
BY J. HERMAN WAHLERS.
+ ARRIVING BY EVERT
GEO. IT. CORNELSON.
In order to be prepared for the demands of (he sesson. I am receiving large supplies of
nil the various goods needed at Ibis time of the year; sueb st
P'nntarion Supplies, Tool?, Plows, Iroa,
And everything else neeessary to make a crop I am Agent for the following valuable
and established Manures :
LT I WAN GUANO,
ET IWAN DISSOLVED RONE,
ETI WAN CROP FOOD,
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHAT?,
E FRANK COE'8 PHOSPHATID
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT.
All the nlmve Manures are offered at manufacturers prices will be sold at tko tame
terms asntthe works and will bo delivered ii requoalcd at suy depot oo the South Carolina
'"j'eb l"' GKO. tt. OORNBLSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Th? Subscriber takes great pleasure in announcing to bis FRIENDS and the COM
M UNITY that he has OPENED a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, at the Large Residence recent
ly occupied by Mr. Dane Wannninaker. Comfortable Accommodations, a Beauteous
Table and Cnurteue Attention are Uiiarantced.
jan 18?3m J. W. II. DVKCS.
IHK BALANCE OP MY STOQK OF
Ready Made Cloi ling and Ladies Dross
floods will bd - 'iL red for the next .10
days si nnd BELOW COST f,.r the
I. He>' UI?H '* *H.
* i f p ?* I ? I ! ! I / fit
JUST ARRIVED FROM TIIK ABOVK MARKET
A Splendid Stock of Fancy DRESS
and other Choice GOODS.
WHO IS OFFERING
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
AS WELL AS THE ABOVE GOODS
AT AND BELOW COST
ALSO A FULL STOCK OF
CALL SOON AND
">a ' D. LOUIS,
iWi ' it r
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN AND FILLED \TITU
AND CUSTOMERS SHOPPING AT
BULL SGOVILL k FIRE,
Making Selection from tbtir Extraordinary Large snd Varied Sleek aef
Their assortment, with eonttaot additiona, in
Both aa to 8TTLKS and QUALITIES.
Their facilities in drawing aappliea from desirable Market?
FOR THE CASH
Enable thorn to make the beet possible RATE?, whioh ia the OLD RULE
ti?ue4 Hrera Us ORGANIZATION?
Giving an experience nf 30 years in Business.
Economy and Enterprise together with the Energy and gentlemanly deport
ment of all their Assistants, are always found at the OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SCOVlL't & PIKE.
any Me ly
m.v. jj ._i?
rOlTLD TNFOPM TTTF PCRLTO THAT HP. IS BTTT.L CARFTPCC OX TUR CAR
nsi;r Mak'uif in all its various branches, ami will Manufacture er Repair at the
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Buggies or Wagons. And am also prepared with
*nKW PRESS AND G".N TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
I SHORT NOTICE Cetten GINNED AT MT MILL baa brought from* to k cent more
thsn ttisi Oihned on the common
1 v?t \: . 2 ly Jl RIQOJS. -
SOUTH CAROLINA BAII.K?A?
Chabis-to*. 8. C. lXe*?nal?ar SB*,|#k?
ON AND AFTER 8UNDAT PBCBMBBB,
24, the FuMnnr Traia on ib? WisBBf
Carolin? Railroad will run as tftUew t
roa adossta. .':!*?
Leave Charleston._8.lv A. M.
Arrir? at Augusta.4.2* P.M.
Leave Charleston.JJ.10 A. af.
Arrive at Columbia.....4.0* P. M.
bob <? ii a a LusToa.
Lea-e Aafuaia.U...7.4? A. *T.
Arrive at CbarUston.1.30 F. U.
Lea-/? Columbia...M.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston...........8.20 F. X.
rnnoooK vi-niaer**. tbajb
Laar? Augusta.00 A. BL
Arrive at Kingville...9.00 A. M.
Unva Kingrille.12.80 F. Bf.
Arrive at Augusta.?....8 SO F. Bf.
Lear? Charleston...8.30 F. Bf.
Arrive at Augusta.7.SO A. TA.
Leave Augusta..........6.00 F. Bf
Arrive at Charleston.?6.66 A. M.
c0lcmb1a biobt bzfbbss-?VBDAT0 BXCBfT
Leave Charleston.?7.10 F. at.
Arrive at Columbia.?.-7.80 A. Bf.
Leave Columbia.8.00 F. M.
Arrive at Charleston.7.00 A. hf.
Leave 8ummerviue at.....7.26 A. M,.
Arrive at ( harlci'fon at...8.46 A. at.
Leare Charleston at.-8.80 F. M.
Arrive at Snmmervill* at.-4.46 F. If.
Leave Camden.-.8.14 A. U.
Arrive at Columbia..................10.40 A. Bf.
Lear* Columbia.*....M.4* F. Bf.
Arrive at Cansden*..-8.38 F. Bf.
Day and Night Trains make dose sntas.
tion at Augusta with Georgia Railrcad and
Night Train connects with Maeen aad
Columbia Night Train ?onnocte will?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and with
Charlotte Road to points North.
Camden Train eonneets at RrngrfFTe- dally
(exeept Sundays) with l>ay 1'aiscager Train,
and runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TTLER, Vics-Trssidsat.
8. B. Fickbbs, General Ticket Agsat.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, 6*
P. P. TO ALB,
Manufacturer mil Dealer, -
S*. 20 Hayn* 8tr?at and Horlbeeh's Wharf
CHARLESTON, 8: O.
MfeT This is the L*rg-;t and mest Cnasv
pletc Factory of the kind in the geaflerss
States, and all articles in this Ran nan her
furnished by Mr. P. P. To* 1 s at prises ?a ich
tHr A pamphlet with full and detailed
Hit of all s.tes of Doers Sashes aad NUachv
snd the priese ef e*eh. will be seat free acsfts
?est Paid, ?? applieatied U?
; r. P. TO ALK,
CHARLESTON, at 9.
jnly 18 wee
HONE! CANNOT BUT IT!
For S-gbt 1? Priceloa*!!
RUT TUE LH A M?NS? 8PKCTACLB? WlIA
If yen rain* ynnr Fycnigkt aie then* Fejsv
feat Lsas es, Groaad from Mia ate Cry sen**
Pebbles, Melted together, aad derive tasks
nsssr 1 *?*?unond" ea account of taeir Hard
ness and brilliancy. They will last asaey
years without ehaaga, aad are warranted
superior I? alt eshore ia nan.
Maaufaeriired1 by the Spencer Of tirntt
Manufacturing Co., New Yerk.
CAUTION.?None G caning; unNss stasap
?d with our trad* asifc.
For Sale by Responsible Agnnta threagh
eat the Unisn.
B. J. OLIYBBOB,
jaa 20?ly Oraagecarg, 8.
Citizens' Sayings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Will pay 7 TER CINT. 1NTIRRST cat
SFKC1AL DEPOSITS and 8 PBR CBNT. en
SAVINGS DBPOSIT8,' Compounded Sesti
]_oojil Fiuaure Co us mittees.
Hnn. THOS. W. GLOT RR.
Col. PAUL 8. FELDKR.
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.'
JAS. H. FOTTLIS,
s?ar 28 jaa e>tp
At Private Sale.
TUB PLANTATION forming a part a#
the Estate of the late Cel. F.eitt, aad
known as the DARBT PLACE. The ?r**4
eonsiste of about 000 acres, one half wekV
I Timbered, tho remainder Rick, Bed, Leans
Soil, adsptad to Crops of all kinds. Taften*
are the Finest Lands in the District, snad
were.va.ued at $20 per acre in 1888. We,
be sold for one-half tha1 .rice new.
fourth cash, the resnair er In throe tttsi
snents Veiling interest Crem date and
cured l>; mortgage of tha seme.
This is a splendid chance for aneryne de
siring to secure Rich Lands, lue Water Few
er, excellent Cattle Range and a FsAnad
Neighborhood. Apply t?
Mrs. L. M. KBITT,
Or J 0 KK1T1, Bcq.
to #SO PKH DAY!
WANTED! All elnssos *f worlds*
people, of either sex, young er crA, ssnkw si
siors money at work for us in their spar*
SKomtnta, or all the time, than at anything
else. FaxtUalara f red. Address
O 8T1NOTN * fO .
*'V- ' lo ?WfcBgPoril-in'i, Hatae.