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A OlOUY FOR i'EOPLK WTO WANT MOKE LAND.
I WhW? a man and ho lived in Jones?
Which Jones is a county of red hills and
And he' lived pretty much by getting of loans,
And hi-.f nuil c.j wore nothing but skin and bones,
Andmkliogs ?were flat as his corn-bread ponea
'?iiiV he had 'bout a thousand acres of land.
Thta man?and his name vras also Jones-?
He swore that he'd leave them old red hills
For he couldn't make nothing but yellowish
And1 little of that, for his fences wero rotten,
And what littlocotton he had, that was boughten
And ho couldn't get a living from the land.
And the longer he swore tho madder he got,
And ho rose and lie walked to the stable Tot,
And ho halloed to Tom to come there and hitch
For. to cmigrato somewhero where the land
Was rich/ ?
And1 t'6'quit raising cockburne, thistles, and
And waUlng their time on barren land.
So bim and Tom they hitched up tho mules,
Protesting that folks were mighty big fools
That 'ud stay in Georgia their lifetime out,
Ju?t scratching a living when all of them
Get places in Texas where cotton would sprout
By the time you could plant in the land.
And ho drove by a house where a man named
Was living not far from the edge of the town,
And he bantered Brown for to buy his place,
And said that seeing money was skacc,
Arid seeing that sheriffs were hard to face,
Two dollars an acre would get the land.
They closed at a dollar and fifty cents,
And Jones he bought him a wagon and tents,
And loaded his corn, and his women, and
And moved to Texas; which it took
His entire pile, with the best of luck.
To get there .and get him a little land.
But Brown moved out on the old Jones' farm.
And he rolled up his breeches aud bared his
And he picked all the rocks from off 'n the
And he rooted it up and ploughed it down,
And he sewed his corn and wheat in the land.
Five years glid by and Brown one day
(Who got so fat that he wouldn't weigh)
Was sitting down, sorter lazily,
To the' bulliest dinner you ever see,
When one of the children jumped on his knee
And sayea 'yan's Jones which you bought
And there was Jones, standing out at the fence,
And he'hadn't no wagon nor mules nor tents
For he hatf left Texas a foot, and come
To Georgin to see if he couldn't get some
Employment and he was looking as hum
Blc as if he had never owned any land.
But Brown he asked him in, and he sot
Him down to his victuals smoking hot,
And when he had filled himself and more,
Brown looked at him sharp, and swore
That" whether men's land was rich or poor,
There was more in the man than there was
in the land."
A G\MI CULT URAL.
1 Agriculture is the QenercUsPursuit of Man; it
is the Jiasis of all others, and there
fore, the most Useful and
1 h, 0 m. 13d,
4 hi 42 m.
New. |3 h, 53 m.
Sun Rises. iSun Rets,
4.50. I 7.12.
??~ The crops of the County are re
port to bo at least two weeks later than
last year. The corn crop will probably
be short?the recent long rainy spell
causing a sappy growth, which will suffer
under the rays of a July sun. In many
places, it is "firing," and will need sea
sonable showers to counteract the effects
of the present hot weather. Cctton is
growing finely, but the grass has been
subdued on very few farms, and the stand
has been badly injured in the combat
with General Green.
USa, Wo welcome our correspondent
"Observer" to our columns, and hope to
hear again from him.
What is Agriculture ??We pre
sent a spicy answer to the above question
from "Respondent." He has not cover
ed tho whole ground, through, and this
being a most important matter, tvo have
determined (though we can ill afford it)
to make tho following offer: For the
beat article onthe subject "Wbat'.is Ag
riculture?" we will give to the writer
the first large watermelon which is pre
sented to the Agricultural Editor of this
paper. s t
Mr. Editor:?I am continually hear
ing old Farmers discoursing plans for
the extinction of the Mole, believing as
many do that it feeds upon and diptroys
their corn. There never was a greater
mistake. Moles do not eat grain of any
kind. They live upon worms, slugs and
other insects. In destroying the mole,
you get rid of your best friend. It is true
that occasionally the mole in its search
for worms l'?ns so near the young corn
as to uplift it and thereby expose the
root so that the plant dies, hut from close
observation I am satisfied that he saves
a thousand plants from tho worms where
he injures one.
It, is said by Naturalist? that its vorac
ity is great and that it soon perisha if its
food be scarce, or wanting, so wo may
infer that where there arc many moles
worms arc plentiful and we should not
destroy our friends. "Wo may give you
something on Fro^s at another time.
* Agriculture Explained.
Mr. Editor:?Agriculture in its
modern and most restricted sense implies
the right of the agriculturalist to go io
town at-8 A. M. and return at 5 P. M.
provided always ho does not laKe more
than twelve drinks in the meantime.
Agriculture covers a multitude of
drinks; corn, rye, old peach, apple,
grape, sorghum, &c, all arc included in
the list. Agriculture being the basis of
all other pursuits, agricultural drinks
are tho basts drinks of agriculturalists,
except where one drinks water, which he
seldom does, save by variety. Then too,
agricultural drinks arc so lubricating.?
By them agriculture is made easy, Af
ter an agriculturalist has swallowed 80?
Fahrenheit of old corn or a blood red heat
of apple jack he can put the learned J.
F. W. Johnson, in umbrage on thesubject
of agriculture. He can persuade a sterile
old field up to a bale to the acre and not
half try, make his corn shoot right and
lett, has the best horse, dog and gun and
wife (I ain't got any of the latter ) of any
man in the county. And if his wife (I
ain't got ony) docs have to stay at home,
blow* the horn at noon, run the chickens
through the dilapidated fence and per
form divers other little agricultural du
ties, what difference docs it make, so
long as her husband drinks agricultural
ly, talks agriculturally, owns an agricul
tural horse, dog, gun and wife. Ain't
his calling agriculture, and aint he got a
right to do anything which pertains to
it? It is high time agriculturists should
assert their rights and quit going to-places
where they have no business.
m ? ?
Dark Cake.?One cup of butter, one
of sugar, one of molasses, three ol flour,
and four cgirs. Beat all well together
and stir iti lastly a pound of currants ;
flavor with nutmeg and cloves. Just be
fore baking, add a small teaspoonful of
soda dissolved in a half cup of cream.
Suciar Candy.?One pound of sugar,
half tumbler of water and two table
spoonsful of vinegar. As soon as it be
gins to boil stir once, hut not again.?
Eet boil twenty minutes, then try it and
decide if sufficiently done. If it cooks loo
long it will turn to sugar.
Receipt for cleansing Sii.k Rin
noNS and Dresses.?Mix well together
equal proportions of clear honey and lye
soap. Put this mixture' upon tho silk
with a small stiff brush, having the silk
Upon a clean smooth surface. Have
ready two or three vessels of (dean water,
the first being tepid. After cleansing
the silk with with the mixture, dip it fre
quently and successively in the different
vessels of water until the water is left clear.
Care should bo taken not to rub the
goods. It should be dried without wring
ing, and ironed while slightly damp.
Bread Puddino.?Grate three stale
biscuits. Boil a quart of milk and pour
over the bread, adding a table-spoonful
of butter.?Bent six eggs very light with
a tea-cup of Sugar, and add to the bread
and milk, amWmke till a light brown.?
To he eaten with or wilhojtt sauce.
F. H. W. BRIGGMANN
. HAS just received a full supply of NEW SPRING GOODS, end
constantly on hand a full line of Dry OtOodS* of all kinds. IIa uffcre
Needed by everybody, af low rate*, consisting of BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, HATS, &c, &c. ALSO,
The BUTTON-HOLE SEwTtfG MACHINE, (which took fin* Premium at last County
Fair,) fur which be is Agent.
Call and see for Vourselves.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE
aA :Portable IPTTHVlIP and SI^IillSTKLER
April 10, 1873 8 If
IN MEDICINES QUALITY IS OF THE FIRST IMPORTANCE.
E. J. OLIVEROS, M? D,
Dealer in Drugs, HVTedicincs, IPaints, Oils, "Var
nish, 1ST on-Explosive Lamps, Garden
Seeds, &c. &c.. &c.
PRE8CIPTTONS prepared with accuracy and fidelity, for which purpose a full and com
plete assortment of PURE CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be constantly
IONG Experience?a successful business career of more than eight years in Orangeburg,
A and a good knowledge of the DRUG MARKET, at Home and Abroad, will afford
a sufficient guarantee that all goods sold or dispensed at my Establishment will be GENU
INE and RELIABLE.
ArmtKclATiNO the success which, in the past, hr* attended my efforts, I have deter
mined to spare no pains to merit a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed.
E. J. OLIVER?S,
No. 100, Russell Street,
Orangeburg C. H., S. C.
Feb. 27, 1873, 2 . ly
DR. A. C. DUKES,
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, fine Toilet Soaps,
FANCY lIAIIt AND TOOTH BRUSHES.
perfumery and fancy
TRUSSES AISTD SHOULDER BRA.CES,
GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDS, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES, PAINTS, OILS, VAR.
NISIIES AND DYE STUFFS. LETTER-PA PER,
- TENS. * INK, ENVELOPES, GLASS,
PUTTY, NON-EN PLOSIVE
OIL LAMPS, &c*., &c,
tear Physicians Prescriptions accurately compounded. -tBa
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY?
Insure your Dwelling, Store or Stock of Goods in the
liverpool,- london and: globe insurance co
Capital, $20,000,000 in Gold.
This company paid over three (3) millions at Chicago fire, and over one (1)
million at recent lire in Boston. JAS. H. FO\VLES, Agent.
J. W. Patrick & Co.,
(8UCCESSOR.S TO T. O. VINCR.)
II EgPECTFULLY call the attention of the I We have brought to this market the Cclc
X Public to the new addition of SPRING hraled staP Snirt wllicl| ?e gimrantee to fit
WfiftBttttS?iS?i??? ??"" "????r"?<?? ??~
part of ures ^Rcn ni>d made to order.
Zenos, Japanese, Grcnadirc.*, Oil Chloral Per- Having for a long time seen the necessity of
cat?, Polka Dots, Imvos, Crochet Xaii- . introducing a first class.Boot and Shoe in this
sooks, Plain and Check Cambric . j market, will make this Department a specialty,
' where can he found any kind of Boot and Shoe
desired from the nicest Philadelphia hand
made to the more common grades. Call and
inspect our stock beforo you purchase and see if
we can please you.
J.' W. PATRICK & CO.
March 20, 1873 5 ly
White and Colored Organ
dies, White and Col
White and Colored 1'iquo, Notions, Para
sols, A-c, Latest Styles Spring Cloth
ing and GENT'S FURNISH
r >V. T. M?LLER. 35
pj The Subscriber with a vie-'-, to ?
|3 a'change in his business is now offering his
J entire stock of choice and well-selected ?
& FAMILY GROCERIES DRY (iOODS &c, at ^
|?j Cost Trices. Those desiring Good nail Fresh
Groceries will find it to their interest to
Lf call and oxamino his* goods and prices, bp- ?
fore purchasing elsewhere.
K May 28, 1873 15 tf
AV. T? MULLKK.
SIGN OF THE
CLOCKS ami WATCHES,
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED.
??fiy* Watches and Jowelry repaired.
I * March 13, 1873 4 If
DK. II. JBA14R,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Ml Meeting Street, Charleston, So. Ca.
DK. NA KR keeps a complete assortment of
everything tluit belongs to his branch of
business ; and makes a specialty of Trusses, Ab
dominal Supporters, Elastic Stockings. Shoulder
Uraces, for ladies or gentlemen. Also Mag*
neto-Eiectric Ratteries, Ilonueopathic Modi*
eines; and Medicine Chests for Physicians or
He is proprietor of numerous valuable reme
dies, am! agent for many more. He cordially
invites orders from his count rv frfends.
nrilp 16, 18T3 8 ' 6ih
PERSONS WISHING ANYTHING
^ Wcoii?a?w?i?to ca^^ntt^*
our Stock and Prices
We do not advertise j
But fell confident that money
Can be SAVED
? -by buying from
VOSS & I2.Z.AH,
*&- Grist and Meal at MfflVnccS.
S&" Goods Delivered.
Octobef 2,1872, 4
OF LIMB, AKT?
H. PRESTON & SONS'
Anvinoniated Bone Superphosphate of LIMB.;'
CASH, TIME, $GO.
THE OLDEST SUPERPHOSPHATE MANUFACURED IN THIS
Tfa.6 A1)0VC Fcrtilizcra are made from the best and finest material obtainable
The proportions of each of the ingredients arc such as to produce powerful and ac
KINSMAN, & HOWELL,
General Agents for South Carolina.
No. 128, East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
J. A. HAMILTON, Agent at Orangeburg C. H., S. C.
January 20, 187b* 50 tf
WILLIAM M. BIRD & ..CO.,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
PROPRIETORS FAVORITE BRAND BRILLIANT
Marvin's Safes, and Howe's S
March 27, 1873
201, East Bay Street, (Sign of
GEN. J. B. GORDON. President
GEN. A. H. COLQUiT, Vice President
.BRANCH OFFICE OF
W. C MORRIS, Secretary.
C F. McCAY, Consulting Actuary*
ii in m mm
ASSETS, January 1st., 1873, $1,241,94:7 4=0.
BLACK & WARING,
J. A. HAMILTON,
Agent at.Orangcburg, 8. C.
MOSELEY & CROOK,
A VING Formed a copartnership under the Finn Name ano style as above, we would
respectfully call the attention of the public to the same.
hand a full supply
of DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Hard .varc
E ATS, Caps, Boots
and and Shoes, Tin
ware, Crockery, Sad
dles, Bridles, Tools,
Garden Seeds, Ac.;
all very cheap.
Come and sec us
once and you will
come and ?t.i2
I? E CT TO
SEL.fi A LARGE
A MOUST, AND
OUR STOCK WITH THIS
IDEA. WE AVIL I, NOT
HESITATE TO FORCE
S,\ LES BY OFFERING
O IJ R GOODS AT
LOW PRICES AT
O P P O -
tion given to the
purchase of RICE
Corn, Peas, &c.
Call and examine
our woll - selected
stock, to be sold at
prices that we know
will give satisfaction
YOU TO CALL.
come a^d. see
J. W. MOSELEY. THE l*OST OFFICE. W. K. CROOK.
Feb. 18, 1873 52 ly
The Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Wll v 7 PER CENT INTEREST on SPECIAL DEPOSITS and 0 PER CENT en SA\
N?S jKeFOSITS" compounded ^n?-annu'ally.
Local Finance Committee.
Hon. THOS. W. GXOVER.
Col. PAUL S. FELDER.
Cap,. JOHN A. HAMILTON H> ^