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two D?hlens l'kk annum. } GOID AiSTD OTT-R COUNTRY. always ix advanch.
VOLUME 10. SATURDAY MORNINO, JUNE IT, L8T6. NUMBER 18
FRANK COF.'S AMMONITE!)
BON E S UPJC1UM WiSl'l I ATE.
Having been appointed Solo Agent for
tili? State for the sale of tlic above old and
well known FERTILIZER, we shall al
ways keep a full supply on hand. Ordern
entrusted to our care shah meet with
Tint luci'itn of this Fertilizer are ton well
known and appreciated to require a more
extended notice. We will only state that
?ach consignment is subject to the severest
analysis, and that the original standard is
fully maintained. T)r IT. PINCKN EY is
our travelling Agent, and any communica
tions to uh through him shall have every
?are and dispatch.
2 Commercial "Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
fob 12 Sin
JDR. 15. J* MUCKKNF.?SS
Having entirely Recovered from his Sick
hens, can be found at bis OF FI CK over
Geo. II. Cornelson's Store, where he will
be glad to SEE his FRIENDS and the
Dr. J. G. WANNAMAKEIl is in pos
?ssion of the Receipts and Prescription
Books of the late Dr. K. J. Oliveros. All
persons desiring to get any of the above
Preparations or Renewal of Prescriptions
can do bo by calling on
Dr. "WANN A MAKER,
At his Drug Store;
ang 21? 3m
GEO. S. Sil I It ER,
GROCERIES, Fl NE WINKS, &c.
A gout for Barton's Planter, Avery's Plows,
and all kinds of Agricultural
At New Brick Store next to Duke's Drug
Store. sept 25?Gin
NERVOUS DEB I L IT Y,
Jsow*vcr obscure the eanse may he which
Oontribttlc to render nervous debility a
?Unenee po prevalent, nfleeting, as it does,
?early one-half of our adult population, it
Is a melancholy fact that day by day,and
year by year, we witness a most frightful in
oreafic of nervous aflcetions from the slight
oil neuralgia to the more grave and
?Ktvoaic forms of
Is characterized by a general languor or
weakness of the winde organism, especially
of the nervous system, obstructing and pre
venting the ordinary functions of nature;
hence there is a disordered state of the
secretions; constipation, scanty and high
oolored urine, with an excess ofeartby or
linae sediment, indicative of waste of brain
and nerve substance, fremtent palpitations
of the heart, loss of memory and marked
irresolution ?f purpose, and inability to
carry into action any well-defined business
enterprise, or to fix the mind upon tiny one
thing at a time. There is great sensitive
?ess to impress, though retained but a short
time, with a dickering am! fluttering condi
tion of the mental facilities, rendering an
individual what is commonly called a
whifllc-minded or flickle-mimlcd man.
This condition of the individual, distress
ing as it is, may with it certainty be cured by
THE CORDIAL BALM OF SYRICU.M
AND LOT II It OP'S TONIC PILLS,
Metlirines unrivaled for their wonderful
properties and remarkable cures of all Ner
vous Complaints. Theirefliency is equally
great in the treatment and cure of Cancel's,
NodeB, Ulcers, Pustule, Pimples, Tetter,
Fever, Sores, Ringworm, Erysipelas, Scald
head. Harbers' Itch, Scurvy, Salt Kheum,
Copper-Colored J'dotches, Gfaiululrir Swell
ing*, "Worms and Black Spots in the Flesh,
Discolorations, Ulcers in IheThroat, Mouth
and Nose, Sore Legs, and Sores of every
character, because these medicines are the
Ever placed before the people, and are war
ranted to he She most powerful I Alterative
ever originated by man, removing Morbid
Sensibility, Depression of Spirits, Dementia
JSShy Sold by all Druggists, and will he sent
by express to all parts of the country qy ad
dressing the proprietor, (i. EDGAR
L0T11R0P, M. D? 143 Court street, Huston,
Mass., who may be consulted free of charge
oither personally or by mail. Send 20 cents
and fci a copy of his Rook on Nervous
ang M 1875 Jy
The Chicngo Times has a few truth
ful paragraphs describing bincy far
mers, which read an follows :
Mo class of men have been rcdi
cincd so much, and none have doiio
so much good, ns those who arc
denominated fancy fanners. They
have been, in all times and countries,
the benefactors of the men who have
( rented i hem with derision. They
have been to farmers what inventors
have been to manufacturers. They
have experimented lor the good of the
world, while others have simply work
ed for their own good. They tested
theories, while others have raised
crops for market. They have attached
a dignify and glory to the occupation
of farinin'g it never bad before.
Fan:;)' farmers have changed the.
wild boar into the Suffolk and Berk
shire; the wild bull of Britinn into the
short horn; the mountain sheep, with
its lean body and hair fleece, into the
Southdown and the Merino. They
brought up the milk of cows from
pints <o gallons. They have lengthen
ed the sirloin of the bill lock, deepen
ed the udder of the cow, enlarged the
hum of the hog, given strength lb the
shoulder of the ox, rendered liner the
wool of the sheep, added flccLncss to
the speed of the horse and made
beautiful every animal that is kept in
the service of man. They have im
proved and hastened the development
nfall domestic animals, till they hard
ly resemble the creatures from which
Fancy farmers introduced irriga
tion and under draining, grinding ami
cooking food for stock. '1 hey brough*,
guano from Peril; and nitrate of soda
from Chili. They intaoduced and
domesticated all the plants* we have
of foreign origin. They brought out
the theory of rotation of crops a na
tural means of keeping up and in
creasing the fertility of the soil. They
first ground up gypsum and bones,
sind treated the latter with acid to
make manures of a peculiar value.
They first analyzed soils, as a means
of determining what was wanted to
increase their fertility. They introduc
ed the most improved methods of
raising and distributing water.
Fancy farmers, or fancy horticul
turists, have given us all our varities
of iiuils, vegetables and llowers. A
fancy fanner in Vermont, a fcivyears
iigo, niiginnted the Early R..se pota
to, which added millions of dollars to
the wealth of our country, and proved
lo be a most important accession in
every part of the world where it was
introduced. Another of these fancy
men originated the Wilson struwberv,
and another, the Concor? I grape. It
was a fancy farmer brought theOsagc
orange from lexas to the Northern
Among the men in this countrj who
were classed ns fancy fanners at an
early day, were Washington, Jeffer
son, Franklin and Livingston. The
first introduced mules; the second, the
cultivation of improved rice; the
third, the use of land plaster, and the
fourth, the raising of lucerne. More
than any men of their time did they
add to the wealth of the country.
After them came another race of
fancy fanners, who introduced
Arabian horses, Spanish sheep, and
the improved breeds of English cattle,
and swine. These fancy fanners add
ed immensely to the wealth of the
practical fanners of the country.
PltOTMCTIXf! IIoRSKS KK'OM Fl.IKS.?
A French pharmaceutical chemist
bus discovered a way to protect hor
ses from the attacks of flies, according
to a London medical paper. IP's
invention consists in rubbing the
horses, especially on the. part most
subject to attack, with a little con
centrated oil of laurel. There is not
the slightest danger in its use, and the
cost is said to ho very small Another
rcpcllant suggested by the same por
t-on, is a solut ion of sixty (Iratnme.i
(ono pound and live ounces avoirdu
pois) of hssalVciida in two glasses of
water, and one of vinegar. If horses
be well washed with this, not a fly
will settl" upon them, ns the odor of
the assafmtida drives the Hies away.
This drug has no dclctcrohs qualities
as an external application, and may
be used unhesitatingly.
Consumption of Horsk Fi.ksit in
Paims.?In 18(50, the first market for
the sale of horse flesh was opened in
Paris. In 1^7-1, the. Parisians con
sumed 0.059 horses, I0t"> asses, and '29
mules, which yielded 1.295,520 kilos
ol meat, exclusive of the hearts,
tongues, livers, etc. Un the 1st of
January, 1875, fifty markets for the
sale of horse flesh existed in Paris.
"Bt other, why don't you ask the
stranger to pray ?" ''Because,' re
provingly observed the deacon, 'this
ain't no place for practical jokes.
That man's tho President of a gas
The Troubles of a Somnambulist
Mortimer J*. Loomis is nowono of
tbe most violent of the denunciators
of railroads monopolies. Since bis
last adventure on tbe cars be hates a
railroad woisc than an Arapahoc
Iudian hates a bald headed Shaker.
Loomis lots lits of somnambulism
occasionally, and at such times he
has an uncontrollable tendency to
wander into dangerous places. More
than once he had been surprised on
waking to find himself roosting on the
comb of the roof, or hanging head
foremost down the well, with one leg
around the bucket handle.
He went out to Pittsburg a few days
ago, and when he entered the sleeping
car the thought struck him that he
might get to prowling about in the
night while, asleep, and walk off the
platform into the better world. So
he went to the hrakeman und gave
him a dollar, with strict instructions,
if he saw hi tu walking around the car
in his sleep, to seize him ami force
him back at all hazards. Then
Loomis turned in. About two o'clock
Loomis awoke and as the air of the
car seemed stilling, hn determined to
go out on the platform lor a fresh
breath or two. Just as he got to the
door the vigilant hrakeman saw him.
grabbelt him floor*, d him and held
When Loomis recovered bis breath,
he indignantly exclaimed, "You im
mortal ass! What d'yotl mean?
Lein me get up, I tell you; I'm as wide
awake as you sere.'' Hut that
myrniidun of a grasping corporation
put another knee on Loomis, breast
and insisted that Loomis was asleep;
and then he called another brukenmu
and, after a terrific struggle, during
which Loomis received bumps and
blows enough to wake tin Egyptian
mummy that had been dead for six
thousand years I he rail road man jam
med him into a berth, put ten trunks
and eight carpet-hags on him, and
then sat on him to hold him until
morning. The first thing Mr. Loomis
ask eil for when he arrived at I'ittsburg
was a respectable hospital where they
cured the temporarily insane. He
thinks his reason was partially de
throtted by his efforts to comprehend
how that hrakeman could have the
face to ask 'him for another dollnr
because of the trouble be gave him
during the night.? Exchange.
Dales of Sacred Events.
We give the following dates of
events, so sacred to all Christ-inns, on
the authority of the late Kev. Samuel
Turner Jar vis, D. 1). L.L. I)., mi
eminent scholar and divine, of the
Episcopal Church, whose profound
and diiligcht researches, into anti
quities, would have distinguished him
in any age :
Our Savior was born ou Wednes
day, December 25th, 1707 Julian
period; 1U3 Olympiad (2 year Gth
month); Julian year3!).
He was baptised by St. John in the
river Jordan, on Sabbath (Saturday),
January 0th, 4783 Julian period.
11 is public entry into Jerusalem,
was on Palm Sunday, March 21st,
-17-12 Julian period, 201 Olympiad
(?Uli year and 0th month, A M. <'.
700, in the year from the building of
? lie city of Home 700), Julian year
73, A. D. 32, 10th year associate
reign of the Emperor Tiberias and
the loth year of his sole reign.
He was bid rayed by Judas Isen riot
on the following Wednesday evening,
March 2 lib.
He celebrated the Parsever and
instituted the Eucharist on Thursday
evening. March 2?th.
Oil Friday morning, March 20th,
Oil hour or at 0 o'clock, lie was nailed
to the cross, the hour when the lamb,
of the daily morning sacrifice, was
offered in the temple. At the 0th
hour, at 3 o'clock p. in., when the
lamb of the evening sacrifice was
offered in the temple, he expired. At
5 o'clock p. in. bis body was taken
down nnd deposited in the tomb of
Joseph of A ram nth ca.
On the first Kastor Sunday, March
28lh, about the beginning of the first
watch, or 0 o'clock a. m.jho arose
from the dead. It was the morrow of
tbe last Jcwis Sabbath, when, accord
ing to law, the first sheaf of the cur
liest rife grain was waved hi the
temple, by which the whole harvest
was sanctified, that Christ, "the first
fruits,'' rose from the dead, as a typo
and pledge of the future resurrection
of his followers.
On Thursday, May 10th, He
ascended into Heaven.
On Sunday, May 10th the day of
Pentecost, the Holy Ghost descended
upon tho apostles nnd disciples.
Josh Hillings has written a play.
The principal part will be taken by
the hind legs of a mule, and the
dramatic movement will be hastened
Iii)' the business end of a hornet, skill
"Midas, I want to 'sposen a case to |
you, 'an I want to gim mo the gospel
truth. On your 'pinion 'bout do
'?Now, Midas, you knows you'se
tolc mo more times 'an you'se got
lingers an' Iocs, as you lubbed me
harder 'an a marble top washstand,
o.n' 'at I'so sweeter to you 'an buck
wheat cakes and hisses lurcher. Midas,
dis am only a 'sposen* case, hut I
wants you to 'sposen jus' as if'ii 'twas
a shonulf one."
'?.Sposen mc an' you was going on a
'seursbn down do riher 1"
"Vas,*' broke in V idas,"down to
"Anywhu's 'tall, down do riber.
Midas, kin yon swim ?"
"No, " Luce, I'sc sorry to 'form you
dat do only dircckshun what 1 kin
eireumstanshinte fru do water water
am dc bottom."
"We'I, den, as T was 'latin. \Sposen
we was on do boat, gliding lubbingly
an' harmunly down the bosom of dc
ribcr's stream dc moon was lookin'
sbiningly down 'pon de smokestack,
and you was sottin' rite up to mc jus
(slide up hero, closer, an' leih nie show
you how,") dat's de way."
"Yah I yah ! hut wouldn't Hint be
scruinpious," interrupted Midas.
".Sposen," conliuued Lucy, "you
had jest put your arm roun' my wai,
(dat's it,) dcy wasn't nobody 'bout,
you was n smicczin' me up, an' was
jest gw.ine to ginic <le btbbincst kind
oh a kiss, an'?an'?au' do b?cr
would bust!" ?
"Oh, do debble!" *aid the disap
"No, Midas, I is a 'sposen disease,
an' I wants you to mind dc words
? what I am a spoekin'. \Sposcu when
dat biler busted we bof went up in dc
air, come down in do rihber, nu' when
we arrive in do water we found do on
ly thing let ob dat boat was one piece
of board dat wasn't big ctiuflfto hole
us bof, but wc bof grab at it; now,
Midas, wud you let go d .t board, or
wud you put ine oll' an' took it all
'yse'f? Dot's the question what I'm
"Luce, kin yon swim ?" he asked,
after hesitating a lew moments.
"No, Midas, oh course not. You
'?\\ ell, den, Luce, my conshensus
opinion ob de whole matter am dat wc
won't go on no 'scursions."
U3 *- e?i -
"Who was the most warlike of all the
poets ? Shakspero.
W hat pect always walked sideways ?
What poet lived in a very dirty!
manner ? Hogg.
What poet had a humped back ?
What writer do the American
Indians appreciate ? Hunt.
What philosopher is a humbug?
What English poet and what Ger
man painter were always in pain7
Aikensidc and Achenbach.
What poet do monks carry about
with them ? Hood.
Who was the gentlest of the
What poet would never have made
a reliable shepherd? Wolf.
What poet was the only one ever
mentioned by Oliver Twist ? Moore.
What French novelist is partial to
the desert ami sea shore ? Sands.
What well known American writer
is a church dignitary ? Abbot.
What American sculptor always
shun-: mankind ? Hart.
What celebrated divine made his
own clothes ? Taylor?
What, famous modern actor is al
ways found at out of-door fairs?
What poet was fond of hawking?
What poet never had gray hair??
What poet was always in good
spirit.-* ? Gay.
What poet never : mi I cd ? Sterne.
Towhat poat wore warriors partial?
To what writer do wc send people
who offend us? Dickons.
What writer made good hedges?
What poet was never "blue?"?
What witty Knglish writer occu
pied a menial position ? Butler.
What English poet was. an artisan ?
What pool should have adopted, as
his device, an eminence sui mounted
by an ecclesiastical edilicc ? Churchill.
There are many trying things in
life, but n man's self respect is never
so wounded as when he sees a silver
ten cent pioco lying on a show case;
makes up his mind to steal it; gently
reaches out his hand to take it in,
and the discovers that it isglucd on to
the under side of the glass.
Here and there in the St a o.
Deaths in Charleston for the week
ending Juno 3, 31; of which 5 were
whites and 26 colored.
The members of Saluda Township
Democratic Club, of Lexington, will
meet on the fourth Saturday in this
month, at J. J. Wessiiigcr'a store, at
2 O'clock i?. m.
Less than two nionlhs from now,
Jerry Colcmnn, of Abbeville, may
pay the forfeit of his life on the gal *
lows lor the killing of his comrade,
Adam lluckott, sonic three years
A verdict for $25,78(5 has been
rendered against the late I. N.
Teagtie, Count}' Treasurer ol Barn
well. The bondsmen will take an
appeal id the Supreme Court.
There is to be a grand pic-nic at
Ninety-Six on the "glorious Fourth."
The territory which made old Ninety
Six County; now embracing Abbe
ville, Anderson, Ncwberry and Edge
field, will be represented.
Abrain DuBosc, John Tucker,
Dennis Calhoun and Henry Brown
were sent to Abbeville jail lust Satur
day by Trial Justice To)man because
they could not give bond to keep the
The prisoner that plead guilty at
the last term of Marion court, and
was sentenced to the penitentiary, is
still enjoying his imprisonment with
in the wal ls of Miles' hotel. Cause?
no money to pay his expenses to
The Bight Worthy Lodge of Good
Templars at its annual session, held
at Louisville, Ky., on the 23d of May,
elected Rev. H. M. Mood to the office
of Bight Worthy Grand Chaplain of
the order in the world.
On Saturday last, Mr. David
Andrews, an old-and much esteemed
citizen of the Bethel neighborhood,
in Sumtcr County, quietly yielded his
life to Hini that gave it, and went to
receive his everlasting reward. He
had lived beyond his three score and
then by two years.
Lein Gufliu has begun the
campaign, and on last Saturday ad
dressed two crowds of colored men on
the Savannah, in Abbeville, number
ing about 500 persons. He bitterly
denounced Chamberlain and his poli
cy, and urged the colored men to
throw him overboard in the coming
Col. J. B. Peck, the efficient Super
j iuteudent of the Atlanta and Rich
mond Air Line Railway, has recently
made a change of schedule on that
I road, which went into elfect on last
Sunday, making close connection and
shortening the time ten hours between
Atlanta and New York.
Mr. MeKcwn Johnstono, Jr., has
just completed a map of Spartanburg
County, which ho is preparing to have
lithographed. It is complete in every
respect, showing the boundaries oi the
different townships, the water courses,
the railri.ads,.aiul the locations of the
residences of citizens living at prom
inent points, &c.
A colored man was shot on Friday
night on the road leading from Due.
West to Abbeville by an unknown
parly. This fellow was from Georgia,
and claimed to he traveling through
the county for the purpose of organiz
ing Democratic clubs among the
colored people. He refused to give
his name, and has disappeared since
A colored woman, who had not for
some time had enough to cat, was em
ployed last week on Mr. W, O.
Cramer's plnee, in Abbeville, some
three or four miles from the village,
to help hoe out his cotton crop Owi ng
to lit r reduced condition from lack of
food and the large amount eaten
when the opportunity presented itself,
she died in four or live days.
Vinegar is derived from two French
words vin aigrc, "sour wine."
A student who failed to pass in his
Greek history examination, repudia
ted with scorn the insinuation that he
was not prepared. He had crammed
himself, he said, so tight that he
could not get it out again.
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At the marriage of an Alabama
\yidowcr one of the servants was asked
if his master would take a bridal
tour. "Dunno, sab; when old missus's
alive, he took a paddle to her; dunno
if ho take a bridle to dc new one or
When iMark Antony throw himself
upon the "dear remains'' of his loved
Qtcsar in a Bittsbtirg theatre the other
evening, lip struck the "corpse" fail
in the stomach, which had the effect
of doubling it up with a grunt that
rather detracted from the solemnity
of the occasion.
Hoo Cholera and Quinsy.?Mr.
Basil Lislo, a well-to-do larnicr, resid
ing near Vnnceburg, Ky., bad about
sixty bog3 down with quinsy and
cholera, and abandoned the hope of
saving them. - His fat hogs, ready
lor market, were mostly helpless,
when n, friend proposed to drench
(hem with coal oil, 'which relieved
and cured them without the. loss of a
singlo animal. The hog is gagged,
pulled up to the fence, and about half
a teacupful or coal oil poured down
the throat. For quinsy the throat i-s
also rubbed externally with the oil;
and for cholera, or kidney disease,
pour the oil along the back after
rcnehing. Chickens may also be
the same remedy
Geraniums and Snakes.?Every
species of snake may be permanently
driven away from an infested piano
by planting geraniums. In .South
Africa, the -Cairer people thus rid
their premises of snakes. A mission
ary 61 South Africa had his parson
age surrounded by a narrow belt of
gcramiuni, which effectually protec
ts d the residence from any kind of
snaks- A few yards away from this
geranium belt a snake would occasion
till be found. Jt is well known that
the whole geranium fjcrius is highly
redolent of volatile oil?lemon scen
ted, musk-scented and peppermint
scented. What, therefore, is a very
pleasant nosegay for man is repug
nant to the serpent tribe.?Rural f$un.
An absent-minded editor having
courted a pud. and applied to her
father, theold man said: "Well, you
want my daughter; what sort of a
settlement will you make? What
will you give her?" "(Jive her," re
plied the other, looking up vacantly;
"Oh, I'll give her a puff." "Take
her," replied the father.
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A Towandn, Pa., sign rends thus :
?'John Smith?teacher ofcowtillioii3
and other donees?gramar taut the
ncetest manner?fresh salt hcrrin on
draft?likewise Godfreys cordial?
rutes sassage and other garden truck
?N. B. A bawl on fridiiy riite?
prayer meeting chuesday also saline
singiu by the quire."
TO THE REAR
a. fisciiur's store
Whore I am prepared to serve the Public
at the shortest notice in my line of business.
Thanking the Citizens for their liberal
patronage in the past, 1 beg a continuance of
the same in the future.
M?SLS M. BROWN, Barbar.
ARTHUR II. LEW1X
DERMATOLIGIST AND PRACTICAL
If you want a good and easy Shavoor a*
Artlitie Iluir Cut or a delightful Shampoo,
ARTHUR II. LEWIS'S
Hair Cutting Rooms, No. 3 Law Hange
opposite Court Home Square.
?*-|Y" Special attention paid to Chilur*a
Hair Cutting. Lxtra Looms for Ladie.i.
sept 4 1875 ly
Books! Stationery! Music!
A lot <?f WINIKtW SHADES nt an im
proved Patent, being neat, simple in put
ting up, durable and CHEAP in price.
Lamps, Chimneys and Lamp Fixtures
always on band.
SOLE AGENT KOR TUR
Celebrated WATT PLOW and Casting,
which 1 sell at Manufacturer's
Price*, with freight
(hie Horse A and 15.$fi 00
Two Horst M and X. 0 01)
Castings.7c per lb.
Insui auco and Collections prompt
ly attended to.
A Cr EN T FOR
Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Co
lleorgia I Ionic Insurance Co.
Manhutlcn Life Insurance Co.
oet 2 . 3<]
1? a (lay at home. Agents wanted.
Outfit and terms free. TRUE ?fc CO.,
inar 11 1S76_ly
S~KXI> 2?e. to U. P. KOWBLh & CO.
New York, for Pamphlet of 100 p:ij<;s,
containing lists of 3000 ncwspnnoiv?, and es
timate* showing cost of advertising.
A.M.Suider. L. S. WOLFS
& T. J.Calvcrt.
?<aT Otlice open at all times.