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Tim Fairfield Herald.
E 'I IVERYWL NESDAYIt.
Thu elii1a! 1%4:111c fLd.
A viviD icrunr OF TilE" 8T1TION
IN It liA - FIXTY PIVI JlI.i PEO
PLM TilltE-*ATE.'NED Wvirk 8'ril(VA
TION-ToTAI. FAiLURE OF TIER 1eRCH
CitOP-Vol IIMIt IENOAL FAMINES
IwEI.vR ( ILJ.DoN IIL'MAN BEINGS
PERISH BY IIUNOER.
Six times sice Great Britain
permantly established b r qyay in
the 1ast Indies has the Presidenoy of
Becngal beetn devastated by famine.
Christian humanity and enliglitenued
btattesmanship have .rejhdqred modern
statesmen, as well as cthers, ignorant
of the meaning of the words, "posti
lenco" ' and iTamitio in their Asitio
sense. They ard pregnantivith pi'
ture of indescribable horrors, as
will be learned by readiig furth.r
on, a description of w'i at took place
in the Northwest l'rnvinces ii '1770
* and in Orissa in l860. 'It is per.
haps, a little surprising that the
civilized world ii nut at the present
moment, more exercised in reference
to a calamity that for flyae jnonha
pa-t bas weighed down upon the
aamo people and the same region and
threatens disastrous results. The ex
.tensive territory now offiieted with
sctroity was visited, as stated, by a
sir6iar calamity in 1770, wfilch cen
tinued nine mnotubs and carried off $10
000,000 of the inhabitants; a local in
undation destroyed the harvest in
Sylliet in 1782, and onethird of the
people died ; the samte thing ocoured
in 1734, when two-thirds of the cat
tle perished ; in 1837 and 18d1 the
Northwestern provinces were visited
by a season of terriblo drougnkt, at.d
iii 1866 in Orissa, in the southwes
tern part of the Presidency, 1,000,
000 human beings died fron hunger.
Pamino in India jas causod by natural
scarcity resulting from the deliciene
of the crops, and is or less severe in
proportion as the crops have been
more or les destroyed.
As far back as October last it was
.we 1l known that the drought that
had for sono time prevailed in Behar
threatened a vast deficiency in the
grain supply. In January it be.
* came evident that some definite sys.
tem for the distribution of. relief
should be established, so that, as soon
as actual necessity for it appeare.
everything should be found in wora
Less than two months ago the
. Viceroy telegraphed that the gov.
ernment had on hand an ~anile .sItp
ply of grain, from beyond tUfe sea.
to meet all deiands from the' dis
tressed districts, and he had already
inaugurated relief workson a large
seale, besides encoura,;ing enhigra
tion front lengal to l3urmah. For
tho latter purposo $250,000 was rip
prenrt'td.L. 3ut as weeks. passed
matters b:ip to assume a most
unprotiising aspe's. )istresqipread
over a large tr. et of cunatury, and thte
liorrors of faitine, anipeared immi.
neat. Lord Northbrook stated that
it would be oily neo5usary to bupport
3,uO,000 people for three monthi
a statemnient teri ily itt varianoc with
facts-anrd that he had establishjed
one pound of rice daily for centi
adult as a mitnimum t ation. T[he
e~stitmated atnounit of' food requnired
is 180,000 tonts, and the authoritiec
announce that they have On~ hvt
2314,000 t ons--mtost, dg3e pt ve Iig urcs
indeed. The trnanapo'rtatiok, whichl
is miot diflicult, is to be performed
by 70,000 carts aind 140,00 bul
The fault with these est imates is
that they fall alniost immecasur~ably
below what are necessary to prevent
widespread suffering and mortality.
In the lirst place, the ration of, e0
pound of rice is totally inadequate
a to properly susta in life. T1 wo pounds
are tie least that can be considered
ent fliien t. Th'le Lon don,- Times of
February 25 says :--"We firmly *be
lieve that the (danger was never
greater thtan it is nowi, aind at the
samte timie that official exertionis nev
er before were so earntest or directed
with so clear a purpose. All the
calhenlattionsa yet made. have been
inade prenmising 25,000,0300 of pee.
ple, including onie-tentth only able
bodied, required food. We must
not forget, however, that the defi.
cieney is stated at oneo-half the entire
rice crop of Hongal, anid, without go.
ing out of those provinces, we have
SIXTY-FTIvE* ltL~I.lorO PEOP-I.E
more or less affected by thbe searcity.
In ad d itiott to this we have a possi
ble large demanltld from.the northwest
provircers, Oude and Mad rae."''The
fact is that at least 25,000,000 nn.
tives will require food for rioarly
onte year from this date, as it is well
established there can be no considera
ble supply of rice until thte o'penlrog
of 1873. T1hie rain that htis recently
fallen has not affected tho.. pr-ospects,
and the reports shoir virtually ihn
absolute failure of the.Behar crop of
1874. 'k * * * *
To sum up, Lord Northbrook had,
necording to thte statemenits of his
suborditnat es, loss th an 30)0,000 tons
of rice acenuuatedl at Calcutta hun
dreds of niles away from the famiine
stricken d istricts, anrd to reach which
obhstaecles of almost an insuperable
(Ibatracter nro to bec surmounted.
Tfhis supply woul hiardlly last a
fortnight for a population that, so.
cording to the London 'l imes, reohes
65,000,000 aouls. T[here Is an abso
Itito failure of the crops. There
may be relief in work and mne~ny, but
money is of no avail untless food can
eo purchased. This is the great
work befo~ro the Viceroy. Again,
theo Viceroy has based his calcuha
tions upon one pound of rice dily
to each of 2,000,000 adults for three
nounths, when A, the most moderate
'.titato two pdunds a daily ration
gte needfolh The nuuabor requiring
lid oannit be less thO 20,000,000
And the period of 'Vr,64spoOtivo abso.
lute soascity notjjar from too mouths.
Instead of800,0'00 tons of Ifood. at
least 3,000,001 tons are called for,
and it is out of the question that
Fuch a quantity can be obtained.
'lus the case standsi. T here is no
possible-way of placing a different
Oonttruction upon it. Famine, with
all its horrors, ht'ies the doomed
IlengalesuJ the face, and it doo
ot c appear that'human etort can do
nOything towards prventing a repe
tittiou of the horiors of 177.--N. Y.
A loonI 'thorist, at Brunswick
Misso\i, enys: Parents should look
Insre carefully to t he education of
their children. A.. negleot 'In this
direction is apt tg entail misery upon
their offsprjng. Qly 'last night a
'3outh lost three gnmes of sevon-up in
Kinkhorst's saloon, 'Isolely through
his ignorance of ngathem.tios.
Ono of thu.. firt busigless principles to
-ft upon, is 'ake all lltubrtses direct
rom1 th e manfacturers tius saving large
uns of money. For this reason we ad
iso our readers to purchase their Wi in
ows, D opras Blinds, &c., from Messrs.
. . Ji.AIL, &.Go.j Charleston, S. C.,
who have at the factories, combined
benefits derived from materials in first
hands,. skilled workmen, lata.t improved
tnaghinery, and through systematic man
ogentent. All window- giaied with 6ood
clenr glass. They ate - also ' Agents for
Asbeslos' Roofing Felt. Try it and you
will be pleased with its durability. Qend
for price list, circulars, &o.
Cn Arrno HANDs, face, rough skin,
pimples, ringworm, snt-rheum and other
cutnneous affections cured, nod the bkin
made soft and sanooth, by using tite JuN.i
PER TAR SoAP, made by Caswell, Hazard
& Co., New York. tle certain to get the
Juniper Tar Soap, as there are m-%t.y imi
tations made with common tar which are
NEW A DV ERT18I Nar.
3 A week to agents. Fa-test sel
C. S ling articles out. Three valua.
blc samnales for ten cents.
J. BRLDE, 767 Broadway, New York,
.V #VSj, C'OhPO6ARSENESS,
AND ALL THROAT DiSEAZ-ES,
Wells' Carbdifo Tablets
PUT UP ONLY IN BltP U, XSS.
A T1UllD AND SURE REMEDY
Sold b y all Druggist
-WORKING CL.A Male ur Female, $M
a week employment at home, day or even
ing ; no cajital ; instructions & valuabi
.p-nck,.go of goodis sent, 'ree by mail
Ad,,ress,. with six cents stamp, M. YOUN(
& uO0., 173 Greenwich St. New York,
A Year mado with Ot
2 spibndid Combination Pt os
pec-tu'. lI-ju- egre' 60 different bocks
wittitf in - .''a'ily. A gents wan tel
in evei.y County and Town in the Unitet
States, to mank. a pe'trmanent. busines o:
these -works. Sales b'ere and Profits larir
Complet e outafit sent goettp'd en receipt c
$J.50, enat ling you 19 commence at. once
For out fir. nad i'tt -narticulars addres
J01hN E. POTTERI & CO. Pubs., P'hila.
4$i$ETuIuMG TO.-DO. That wil
pay you. Oultit. Free. ;4ontgenial hono'r
salhe emixl itmenta Lnitoa. Cash wage
O'avnic for alL.-either- sex, young o
old ;can be lone detrinsg leisttte lime as
your homes, or pars anmmesely to travel
Large Sasharies to experienced Agents.
splendid out fit fr-eo ! Writ e for- it at one4
to LA RA ME.& HA LL, 1(tj North Charlc
Street, Bialtirnore, Ald.
,lThe hlighest Medical AuthIorities o
E~urope hay. the strongest ''onic. Puriti.'
anad IDeobstruent known to the miedica
It arrests (decay of vit-nl forces, exhanustiori
of the nqrvouts system,-restores vigor t.
the debiltated, cleanses -vitinted blood(,
removes vesioles, obsttructions and acts
directly on shq Liversanid Sr14eu,1 r'aico $1
a bottle, John Q. KELLOGG, 18 PlIatt
St., N. Ya.
yD,"1.P FII.DIE worn, ky I Asate a the
rrected Dr. ier'sVegetable Rheusnat d
lyrtae I garantoo 51 asinTailtbte sur-efor Nerve, ltd
ay andt behenaLindiseu. swora to,thtg2dthAaril. 1871.
F. A. OSDBnN, Notary Pubo F~tfa.
froClrgynnwreCuedyj 4jdwill aattafranr One writ,
sgus.lIta.Thoas. lt I,h ankf. .P haRev,0.tr.
rteoa .ocr naochage alty.Sotd bt drurga ta
RI~H FARMYING LANDS
Now foP Sale Very Chleap I
'on :years credit, only 6 per cent.
Descraptive Pamphlets, witha Sectional
Mlapo sent free.
a handstome liha t'Ved lnpei-, -ebittain
ing thte ilomesa cad Law, mailed free to all
parts of the world. Address
100b FirsL (.liss Book Agents
at once to sell two of the most
.popuar. works ever puablished,
a record of prisan lire at Fort Dela
ware. by itet. I. WV. K. liandy.
GEN. ROBERT E. LEE.
Seand for Circular at once.
Cres by Its tuild h, bat
Iff Vprtes,to wl
iho die"Pqo yo
when t ni ast 'b49
been put pericot
orCr with r.-,oetr
VW IN ierce's I Go don
n oDiscovery, which hould
nsearostlyto rrect bld and
a * which are always at fault, als
and he noso and its chambers.
Catarrh Itemedy should be applied with
Dr. Florct's Nasal Doucl o with
which medicino can be carried M 4a up
asidperfcgi*4 appled to all parts ot pae
sages and an er in which sores and
ulcers exist and from which dischargo
proceeds. i successful has this course
of treatment proven, th at the propritor
*Uoffers $800 h30waird for a pasO of
" od in head " or Calarrh wlvich ho
- cannot cure. The two medicines wiU
Instrument;, for 12, by all druggist&.
Charlotte, ('olunii bin, & Augllstl
Col' IIIIA, iNoV. 4 lH3.
q 11E -fpinwinlg P'asenger Schedule wi)l
hL e rui Over thi-i ra.1 on, and after
MON DA Y. 26th intiant:
DAY 'iRtAi4-00NO N)lITit..
Leave Atgnla, a4't
S Colainha. 8. C., 11 68 a In
'' Winnsboro, 2.44 a Im
" Chesier, 4.8 p m
rrive at Cim'lte, N. C. 7.08 P
DAY TRAIX-o.r l 8U rIt. ..
Le.vo Charlot te, N. C. at -700
" ChCse.' , 54
.4 Winishoro, 11.41 it
" Columbia 2.4 8 n.
Arrive at Augusta 8.05 p m
2i!ChIiT TRAIN-GoiNu NORTII.
Leavo Augista 4.1.5 p mt
" (olumbin, 4?i.37 p it
" vWiaushoro, 12.33 a I.
" Cheer, 2.28 r
Arrive at Charlotte, 6. 18
NIORT TUtAINS-00IONl roUT.H.
Leove Charlqtke, . 8:10 p m
" Chester. 10.68 p U.
I Winnbhoro, lf", im
Columbia, ..40 , In
Arrivent Augusin. ,. 8 46 r mn
JA MES AND)t ')N, (en'l Sint
E. RI.. lUor , Gene, .'-lieket Agen'
.Wbich can be cured byvp
timely resort to this stand
. ard preparation, as has been
proved by the hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be the most
reliable prepariation-ever ii,
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to. the publi'
sanctioned by the experience
Sof over forty years. When
resorted to in season it sel,
- dm fails t6 *ffe'et a dpeedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, WVhooping Cough',
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Sid,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. Wistar's
Balsam does nlot dry up a
.Coughi, and lcuve the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
bATTH W. FOWLE &f 80NS, Boston, Mesa
.An sold by Druggists and Doaler. general1~
lRlROW N'S 11OT E L.
-L T'ilE tindersigned respeci
fu..lIly I infot mS hi ri endsiitu
...,.. and th e .ta llug .pnlhibo,
tha~Lti& -i.ii s rved io that largo aindl
commondiniis housei~t forr erly known as. the
"Fairfield flintel.: where he will h' prepared
to enterininibo nlaoai hrtofore. The~
pal~troon pfC m1iy fellowi citizens of -'uairfleld
part'icuilarly soliciiird. To botnh tp~anhi',nt
nnl regulnr boarders mny teh.'ne G.ilI be
matde satisfa~cor'y. -
eap 25 Proprit't.
(13Nt Cai- LondSa,
44 ~ ~Floa'r---r'll grador,
~4 I' 6 Jlncoli rint Lard,
26 bbl3. of Easting and Planting Pota
toes, all of which wvil. bo sold
LOW FOR~ CASH I
.BEATY & BRO.
10030 "Iliu.i0n- cigar..
. 1000 Companera CIgars.
1000 Checrooste Cigara,
feb 14 U. 0. DER POR TES & o.
Pa 10.O iano Companya '
(CAPITAL $100,000,) .
SINTe ' Paciho U nio.
T His GUANO Is now so.well known in
all tho Southernt~aties fo'?-Its 1.6
miarkablo effects as an egefy bor incroas.
ing the produfi of labor, he not to require
special reconin endation from us. -Its use
ror eight years pnet g. cls'abillbed its
characetr for reliable ex'oellence. The
large tixed qapital imvested by ilie Com
pany in this trilde--'affords t rurest
guaruiantee of the conItilnu'd' excellence (if
this Guano Tho anpplies put int o market
ibis senson are as hIerciofore,
prepared uider the superintendiace
dance of Dr. St. Julinn llaVenl, Chcimiist
on the Company, at. Chnriestono, S. .
l:.Vnoa planiets may rest asured i lint iIh'I
u.ae1 ty and cunpositi ion is precisely the
same us that hert uturo sold.
J. N ROBSON,
Selling Agent. (lnrieston, S. C.
JOIN 8 REESE & CO.,
(ieneral A pen ',. vlIlfitnore.
Tern-.-$48, cash ; 16 ime, wi:lhout
To accomoieplanfers, they enn order
new nid have until ]st of April to decide
as to whether sihev will Inke nt linih.or
ensk price. When delivered from the
factory by the cne lond, no drayago will
ACID ITOSPIIATE. G-:ANO,.UBONE.
PL ASTER, &c., always (n !th"i, quali'y
tr tn1 oed. J. N. ROBSON.
- 5 ZlpWhite.Pine,T KeinutRn uam~er
- All MorA~farrated.
. ndcbA.Pru e -oZ&g.
L H-N ALL& COO
- 'ffmnupdeureAU &1Juler.p.
4,6, 8,10.M zrAet Street.
. 2, 225,'E'ast Bay
'I his Cut. i nte ed ae, rd, g io A vi. of
Congress, in the y, ir 18;3. I v ,. If. II. K.
& 'o., in the office (f the Lit rarian of
Congress, at Washington.
CIIZENS' SAVINGS 1IANV
Deposits of $1 and Upivardi. Received.
jNT'ER' PST AL,O WED A T7' T1 RA TE
OI' SE 171V E R CEIT PRR A NN UJI
ON 07t'T(FIC-A Tsk YOle'D J)EI'OSI
AN) .SIX 1'EH CEN'. CO.i>OlUNI).
El) E .r RY. v SIX Ulil S ON AC
Wmn. Mar'tin, President.
Johna 4...Piutner, Vice-1Lrsident,
A. 0. ht-ia er', C1V6iie;:
J. It. Soawy er in general har ge.
John C. 1B. Smitha, Assistant Cashier.
Wade HampI~'in. William-. Martin. A. C.
Jhohns B. Palmier, Thiomas E. Gire; g,
G. T1. S'cott, Newherry.
W. (I. Mayes, Newbierry.
Ii.--H. It uiledge, Chatu;leyton,
Daniel linvenel, J'r~ , Charheston,
in 'nsboro Biransch.
Sam'l Ii Clowney, Assistant Cashier.
Planters, Muechanics. and P'rofessioni
Men, Widows, Orphlans, Truteisc. nin
Countmy Officers, hawing money for ivhich
they haive no presenit use, can here ideposis
it, thbus at 6dHsig all risks of thefts andi
dJestruct ioh by tire, and ait the esame 11imo
1raw interest thereon till nee~ded,
june 24 .ly
. Yfr Iehds and~ i n th bic generally) in
town and dountiiry nire kernby nob ill ed tIbau
having risens from theu a nhe, or shit 'nte
firec, I gave j.st f:t lhy re,'nmud hu iiness in
llhe store ni" ': to te P'osi Offi e nndt am
prepared Li) furnirh all gios tussully'
found ils n.. Mi'kery n id 2oomtee i ,nniy
Anmong the goods of moy own mannfacture,
may bs: found.
Bircad. Cakes and l'ies hecides French and
plalin candi,.fno variety ll-tising~
Cuirret ,, 'C i ron, .h-Ilhiesl.tennioit
A pplesu; Or aine, Leiimn;,
Nurst of aill kiunds liars,
\Mnple Sugar, Choce.
Ilavo just receaived a f no lot. of childr en
~arriages which I offer low for thne CAN11.
WTE have. a lot bi choIce Liquors, con.
.Ysiting of the following bratnds:
higier flye, -Fine Apiple IBrandy; N?' I.
1tumi, -llackberry wine, Corn Whiskey.
hl onongahola 'Ahiiskey, Oin,annd a stock
>ftOroceries, oensistink'of Sugar, Tol'io.
A, Soap. Starah, &c., &o., all of which will
me ld low 'for enshI at the store 0on0
Loor sout~h of h. F. Davidson's.
fo 8IGE0EGOE W. BARBER & C O.I
Eo the PLanttr's and Far
rners of South Carolina.
T lE subsortber respectfully invites
your ahtenit'on to a Portable- Plintk
wu siraight Iril fence, which lie confiden.
y believes solves the Fence Quesi::r,
Nvhion1 since fihe change of onr labor system
I now the question or tile firm.
This fenico is one of uncquestioned r erit
so proclaimed by till who' have examined
r)r used it. With nearly ONE IIA LIES
HAILS, the unsiigh ly crooked fence catn
he convei ted, witli a stiil cas, into a stib
.tanl il. durnble fence. without the use o
1Cw rails.' It is easily Iit(te- can be i
rapidly constructed. Properly consi rusctel
s. is proof ngninst unruly stock, wind cr
flood, and will st and ten years, it not
loniger, wilhoti ropnir. No phrit of the
fence need fouch he* grotud. liequires no
post-holes, no m ire, no baring or mort is
This fence his been in use in f ie States
of New York-Atud Missisippi a in every
insta nce has more than 11et' I l most sail
guine.expectatiots of the most practica
This fence -wns psi tised by Gco. 11
Clake and t1o., of New York in i86;7. The
under.signed has ptrobanscd the, entive in
ierest o' file linilter or' ,O t i e c of
'oulI Catrolina, niil is pr l.ared to seli
COUN-TY AN.9;FA IIM UlHll:s for f1he
s'a~~i 1 heso will he Sol ol rensona.l
hI jita'ly pnpula. ience or ihe
Ito n It. Stono, it has the following
- .'-' .s ch,.,ier. because being al
,Air J, pence," it akn I -s r.Stls
Befl"leuV, having no wire in]d po.s9-holes it
pay for, if will save iln ltc1ial cost lmlorv
thnn double fihe Cost ofarn liig'h ts o, anty
2nd. It is miore durio1)!e. 1!aving a'
1 pos. in the gtrotundl, it cl :ot rol ill.
liVry rail b.lg chrs' f the gi cutid. ex
emots i frow -lie V:m1111 disudva 0 ilge
leinog firmly braiicel..,it .yffrs gre:eis1
fallce to si ck, wiid ir - .
3d. Being pot able. it I: moire 011 conlveient
in clsiri'ut . ana de.i able in 15 .
To entoerpi fiity young ime l ni a r'are oIp
porti ity 1 offere it) c i n II
purchase of County t;gss. ('orc ao
dencea saolicited. Add I.s
G. H. RO.BERTSO.
WIl V4 BE SOlI AS FO OWS4 :
$50 PER TON OF 2,000 lbs.
* ac) ~
$55 PER TON OF 2,000 lbs.
P' able November1,1874,
FreigiltanuId Dfntyngo to be Atlt.
ITS SUCtDESS IS
AND ITS STIANDAIRD IS
A 1WTo. L
WILL BUt SOLD AS FOLL1WS:
.CASI[ PitICE., .
$33 Per Ton of 2,000 Ps,
'$38 Per Ton of %,000 IM
Payable Novemer1 1874.
Freight andi Drrsy ge it. ltd.
F"OR SALt: BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO
GENElHAL AG ENTlS A T
A. F GOO~i1NG,
TI'VN disposed of my Liver-y infr..
LIest. to 1I. TP. Terrill, I will keep
ponstantCl y on hai'nd~ .1ores n.' mullles -for
isiae. Part len!isant of' good stejk will
Ia Well to give mo a call.
I have also openedi a Carriage, Ihiggy
nd-tl Wuiggon Fndiory.' All work nieuily
hxeoutedh and warrante~d. Give mae acaill
.... A. F. (OODING.
' iLLwho gave me their nofes f'or Caro..
CA.lina F'ersiiizer, nre hert'by nothifiedI
hat their ntotes are tdne 01n te first (lay
f Novembier'next. and ore ini ny hiandA
'or collection. Thlose who gove me their
iofes for' Caltton Pond, will find I heir nofes
ih the IExpress Of1ce. 1 hoape faer a promp
>ayienit of both.
oot 14 JNO. H1. CArInnanT
Ionsitaling of WAlnut Clhmber Suaits.
nmiptc Cottago Suits, Parlor Suitt, Wal
Il., Poplar aid 'Pine W4rdroi;ae,. Side
oArds, Safe, ,ecreinl-lea. Blurn-aus. W1a13h.
tanda, Tables. Book Ilncks,.Towell liacks.
ndial Iall tack, Dqsks., Ooas. Chairs,
!inno Stools, doha ounges, Etngeres.
look C , Ciahrea Alools. looklopers'
.RAo1., Cria0s andil Criadles of tli very best
luniivy. For Design nnd Workinnnship.
aitequaled, which I offer ni Culumbia and
" arleston Prices. Saveyour freight billh
)y buyiigr at '1o..l'3.
OF -an11 afyles made or hard Southern
Wond, and warranted to give entire sat is
notion. Use economy and buy the best
Woven Wire Mattresses
iliAr will last. ia lire limo. They are
comfortabc. -durable,' 'elislic and cleanlyi
t ND Iair Top'Mintresses. Our prices ar
beyond e-ampetition of lite the same quali.
M ibro's ASid -l~$t.ua f( ale.
Furniture ntently telired at oderate
iaces. Pictiare Frames made to rder
mttaeia) furniAed . -
ept 25 It. W. PiILL1i S.
OWING to the low price of
Cotton and the great scarcity
of 1mone1y, we now offer our
entire Stock of Goods at ex
treimely low. prices. Especial
attention is called to our ver'y
l arge Stosk o
Gents 1unishit -
Gioods-, boots, Shoes,
HUi: i Caps, and a splendid
line of Cassimeres, all of Which*
we oTr,-t :iii'prices and to
snit the timc", Colie with tile
CASH and get BAR.GAINS!
A L thiose inldobted to uis
are u-gently reqnested to come
h01 ward ali1 settfe Ip, as0 we
are ~ grecatly in neeCd of money.
McMVASTER & BRICE.
A Boarding and ha dehool for Young
\1188 SALLIE: IQiIUNSON.,~ Principals
It na or TRiUiT~lhs,
lion. WV. R. I~onstrsoaN, PreOsident..
Coal. J. I.I. Pa os~, H. L. Ea-.loTT, Esq.
-TEIIMs OF TUITION.
For haighear btrnnchaes, including the
langunages, per sas'iop . ~$25.
F-or ititernaicdlatbe cilosn es, per ses,
For primary classes, per sossion, 12
M-sie, per session, * -- ' ' '. 0
hot r--Iing...per hona.1, inacl-aing wash
tng, futel anid hlaits pe- r mo , $l 0
Termsna ot' paaymnent - qinne-terly in adlvance.
Dricd Beef ?
AFINE lot of' Fresh (Iroceries, just
- ot-ived lay J ohnt D. McCarlecy. , consaist ing
af 2 taant es CahhnIa ges.
2 ''nlt liering,
2 hhias. No I. .lackerel, -
2 bhisl. Not. 2 '
B dotpatn l~it~ No. 1, 2 and 3,
.4l 0 a 1ot of Condense'ad Cod Fishl "for
nmily ut-e, which I can reed-i~end froma
xperiene. Coffee. hid Sugar of all
lt ieao, Lni-. If'COKOnnd' U1nm. N, C.
%Iountaint Baa ter, Chaee and Criatker-s ol
all kina4, lMal, Ilois ia'ndo 'Floutr or thec
iest grade~c.. Alsd brinneda onods of all
titnds- Oysters, (Cnnned Pecohea and Pine
\pples Tom Oattoes Catr~uup,'sardines, anda
Imoeracan Club.I''iaah. hveryithing thai can
a hlnd tii a fir-stin ols rocry, and a'lso a
Iti lot of Leak's Thft albancco', 1,000
.igar-o Cigra ad othear grades, and btest
f ail. euinsantly on haa)d alIho beat quality
f Liquot's thaU urhli'haid. Nathana
~abinet, laitke's Rlye, aind Lynchburg
,l.e,,Nelenti to., l~entuyky Ilye, that udan
rol- >e excielced. Comib andti try for your.
elves and be your- own juadge.
John D. MlcCabfoy,
) 00 IJS, Amhi1can Candy assorted.
50 "a Cocanut. "
. . U,.V Q. DESPOJtTE$1j-00,
have ncw on hand a portion of my
Spring stock, with inor.) to arrivo soon.
I have a nico lot of
Plowv Steel ami
PfoW Moulds &c,
Wili A -ful line of hardware to arrivo
soon. Leathe:'s douslatily on lind.
ALL GOODS LOW FOR CASH I
IBERAL TERMS I
We te (I e i m"ir gamns, fior 0t4. ,sa.
!wn on (lie f Iitl ..1T eie
I'lhoniix (tnallo, p4. Tonl ot' 2.000 lbs.,
Wiico x, 0 - i.l., & CII 'i:Ia pulatedr Ge ano,
Per Ton of1 21000 lb. , S70.000.
($1.00 per hll ,draylge to be Ideld .) On
credit until ist Nveiber. 1874. with
opt iol of p-ryiig in Niidd in , i oilti, de
livered at b y1. rs' nerest ,.dep ,
A diaccunt -ifJ$10.00 ier ion will be al
lowed for tash.
Our Agents Ibro,'ghout the State ell " I.
ffne patices and ou name leri.1 as outr
Ilan-l in your orders to nearest Agent
WILCOX, GIBBS & (0.
CUIA l, 1R.s ro Y S
Extract %-om1 1he A11-1anta mifiat't1
February 1, 1874.
Georgia Slile i . lgr iu ati ItIl . : .
,'c. Olice. Azlantar, ita. dr.1. 27, 1874
TO t/ae 1Wilor o/*f/card
To te I.to of the Herald:
At the Ist mei ag U .he . tate \prieu
'ural Soviety, I hertis III i l ed i1oml Ih
Secretiary th til yt f 1' it' g :.tlmii.:
of all Commercial Fer: ilizer 7 expo -I
sale in ihis Sant,.ti an ii iiag ,
ill the An tilic.al 'heni-t iii tile -Soic
Clollege of Agt iien b ra iiad the .Iolhanaic
Atr.s at A bi teun s, A)fm a -i V:4 e j;i i a
value. I have, tIharfii ' obt'aine, -lnnd
sent to the Clieilit. lr-f l te,'iamples
aI tmost of 1he leadig Guaanos tad I (IS.
[llates., that are .,old in i his 8 me Iii
proper to saay here t at Ihete 'nmles
were t iken by my-;elf inl p.aradn. froiitae
hulk, iii the warehunwio wheret they wer
tored. anl jut il' .it--tight glass jar,
'thle nnolyses werae t bt.141t ly ftniinbr. 1he
Chenist not knowing ihe name of tie
articles or rum whom it was oblaiiied
ile naities ot of e Ferti tIz r1
Correspoindinig wla Ith lie triaber Setl To
die Chemist. wetre preserved in my o'o c:,
I have redejved t'rm i tie laIbormart'y aof tle
State Cullage ilhe fol wintW11 mg ) l e uls . af Ihe
aniialyses 'or Feri iizser., as shbowni in I hei
enc o..ted repaort of Protf Whie. Th'e cii
cialat ion of Itie il'tmmelrcia Il'tvnttine, ineppt
ding profit oni manufaftfcture, give's ns the
cash valuie, for wihich Itin articies should
he sold in Sninnahi.'as follow's:
Etiwain Dissoalvedi Jione, per ion $41 87
Ehiwan Guano, .." 41 ~gg
Soliuble Pacific Guano, "a " 84 77
Sea Fowl Guano. 'a it 47 98
K iglish Dissolved Bone, "a" 47 8C
Paitapsco Guinno, o " 25 74
Chesiapt-ekt Gusano,.- 'a ,a yg
iPurchasers of' taert ilit. rs ean comapt're
the cailculateda t'ommtnerciatl value wirbt ihe.
'tellhng Price. TIe Stnte Agriculiturn!t
Society il ph atblishi fo r thle beneft of Ibli,
plaiears tte anaiysed of' olte Fe.riilizers
as soon as receiveri.
. I. J1OllNaoN, Sec..
By this comparison it will be seen that
the ,'en Fowl Guao lit) en ly sold a( $2 07
pet' ton more 'thIatn lthe ealculhati'on 'otn 'he
ctotmmlercial vaue tand~ thait thle Etiwatn
Guntno is sold $13 92 ttor'e titan the esli.i
mated comm terciail value making n diffear
enlce in f'ator rlf ihe Sea Powl ngalinst iae
Ettiwan of 1i 85 per totn the Etiwnn selling
at $55.00 carih and thle Sea Fowl sellin~g
al 50 ,00 yetA the ch'niist., vahtaia thq Sea
t..wi at $6,85 mtoreC ihnnt the Eiiwan. 'The
comlp~irison wviih ithe Solu ble . Pacific is
ever greater in favor of the Sea Fowl--:.
he Sea Fowl biping vallued at $13 16 per
F'ifv tinne of sein Pow-! foi' sale by*
feb2 ..O4e o
A SECOND SUPPLY
Of Earl'y Rose Potatoes just
arriyed at D. LAUDER.
Cheese and Maccar'oni CAIl
THE BEST IN USE1.
PtIaTY ~tJA R ANT END I
p jable 1st Novemaber 1874.
liwn Frtlizr,$55 casht, $00 n ae..
ble 1st, Novem ber, 1t874.
All sales .ontliin to ho secured by aote
with ftood endorser. ' '
*T. RL. RliiBE SN
Wat.C.JIE &Agent Winneboro, S. C.
Gen'i Agents Chiarleston, S. C.
Poots anzd Shoes,
AN elegant lot of hoots and E bois Jtm
C..rooetlved from T'. 3I1ilov &a Co- -
MoMA8TER~ & BRICB.