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A GUI CULTURAL.
"Agriculture is the General Pursuit of Man; it
?t the Jiasis of all others, and there'
fore, the most Useful and ?
G li, If,in. lid.
11 h, 9 in. Oth.
1 h, 55 in. 116th.
(First Q'tr. 15 h, 25 in. 123th
Etc n ing.
Days. |Si;x Risks.,Sun Bets.
0.34. 1 5.54.
G.33. I 5.55.
G.32. ! 5.55.
Mr. Editok:?I suppose that raauy of]
your readers, no doubt, think that I have
been asleep all this time; your readers
roe mistaken. Although. I have raid no
thing, that is no proof of their belief. I
have noticed iu the Agricultural columns
of the Times that none of the fanners
Iinvo been writing for that department,
and I think its beginning to bo time to
commence. February has come in, and
all who intend to plant a crop aud tend
it, should commence now. Fanning, Mr.
Editor, is not what it is cracked up to be
by some people. If we plant a crop, we
must certainly work it, and if we tend it
good, wo will surely reap the fruits of our
By tho "sweat of the brow" \vc must
gain our livelihood, but unless \vc take
advantugc of every short turn nnd think
more than we do it will bo found a hard
task to gain a living, that way.
Your's &c. Inquisitive.
Balking is a serious defect in a very
useful animal, and it connot be overcome
by whipping or swearing at him. His
brain docs not seem capable of entertain
ing but one thought at a time, and the
stubborn resolve not to move seems to be
uppermost in it. Therefore you must
endeavor to give him a new sul jeet of |
thought, and thereby change the direc
tion of his brain.
The simple trick of putting a small
quantity of earth or gravel, taken from
the road-side, upon his tongue, will suffice
to turn his attention to the new kind of
fodder offered to him. Now cluck to him
but don'strike him, and almost before
ho is aware of it be ia walking along and
aud soon trpts as fast as i? needful. This
is a remedy much in use on the western
plains, where teaming is employed to per
form a vast amount of labor, and balky
horses arc quite a common trouble. I
have seen it work to perfection on the
plains of Colorado, when whipping and
profanity were utterly ineffectual; a very
smnll quantity of earth and fine gravel;
mado its-mark directly. Kindness will
always produce n great effect upon horses,
and every driver should learn that pleas
ant words and tones are of much greater
use in making his homes obedient than
tho whiplash, mingled with harsh oaths
and car-splitting tones. s. o. j.
? In Onion Is Strength.
I am quite ashamed to take people into
my garden and have them notice the nd
sence of onions. It is very marked. In
onion is strength; and a garden without
its lacks flavor. The onion in its satin
wrappings is among the most beautiful of
vegetables, and it is the only ono that
represents the essence of things It can
ahnest be said to have a soul. You take
off coat after coat, and the onion is still
there: and when the last one is removed,
who darj) fay that the onion itself is des
troyed, though you can weep over its de
parted spirit? I know that there is sup
postitt t? l)C a prejudice against the onion
but I think there is rather a cowardice
I doubt not that all men and women'
love the.oifl?h; but few confess their
lovtit. Affection for it is concealed. Good
New Engl?nders arc as shy owning it as
t hey ark of talking about religion. Some
pcoplo have days on which they cat on
ion? what you Might call "retreats," or
tbeir "Thursdays." The ac: is in the
nature of n religious ceremony, an Elcti
sinian.mystery; not a breath of it must
get abroad. On that day they sec no
company; they deny tho kiss of greeting
to the dearest friend; they retire within
themselves und hohl communion with
one of the most pungent and penetrating
manifestations of the moral vcgctablo
world, Happy is said to be tho family
which can cat onions logi Iber. They are
for the time being scpnrnlo from the
world and have a harmony of aspiration
Let them become apostles of tho onion;
let them preach it to their fellows, und
circulate tracts of it iu the form of seeds;
Iu the onion is the hope of universal
brotherhood. If all men will cut onions
at all thn:s they will come into o univer
sal sympathy. Look at Italy. I hope I
am not mistaken as to the cause of her
unity. It was the Reds who preached
the gospel whieb made jt possible. All
tbo reels of Europe, all the sworn devo
tees of the mystic Mary Ann eat of the
common vcgitable. Their oaths are
strong witli it. It is the food also of the
common people of Italy. All tbo social
atinosirhero of that delicious land is laden
with it. Its* odor is a practical democracy.
In tliu churches all aro alike; there is
one faith, ouo smell. The entrance of
of Victor Emamiel into Rome is only the
pompous proclamation of a unity which
garlic had already accomplished-; and yet
we, who boast of ourademocraey,*eat on
ions in secret.?Charles Dudley Warner.
S01T1I CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Charleston, S. C, Oct. 18, 1872.
On and aftor SUNDAY, Oct. 19, the
passenger trains on the South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows:
Leave Charleston - 9:00 a m
Arrivo at Augusta - - 5:00 p m
Leave Charleston - 9:00 a m
Arrive at Columbia, ? 5:00 p m
Laavo Augusta ? - 8:20 a m
Arrive at Charleston - 4:20 p m
Leave Columbia - 8:40 a m
Arriva at Charleston - 4:20 p m
augusta night express.
Leave Charleston - 8:30 p m
Arrive at Augusta - - 7:50 a 111
Leave Augusta - - 0:00 p m
Arrive at Charleston - 5:40 a 111
columbia night express
Ltave Charleston - 7:10 p in
Arrive at Columbia - 0:30 a 111
Laava Columbia - - 7:15 p m
Arrivo at Charleston - (k-15 a in
Leave Sumnicrville - 7:25 a 111
Arrive at Charleston - 8:40 a 111
Lravo Charleston - 3:10 p m
Arrive at Summervillo at - 4:30 p 111
Leave Camden - - G:50 a* 111
Arrive at Culumbia - ' 11:50 a 111
Leavo Columbia - - 1;50 p 111
Arrive at Camden - 3:35 p hi
Day and Night Trains connect at Au
gusta withMacon and Augusta Railroad
and Georgia Railroads, This is the
quickest and most direct route, and as
comfortable and cheap as any other route
to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis and all other points West and
Columbia Night Trains connect with
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
Day and Night Trains connect with Char
Through Tickets on sale, via this route
to all points North.
Camden Train connects at Kingvillc
daily (except Suifdays) withDaV Passen
ger Train, and runs through to Columbia
A. L. TYLER, .Vice-president
S. R. Pic'.cens General Ticket Agent.
SASHES AND BLINDS,
Mouldings, Kracket*, Stair Fixtures, "Muld
ers' Furnishing Hardware, Drain Pipe, Floor
Tiles, Who Guards, Terra Gotta Ware, Marble
and Slate Mantle Pieces.
Window Glass a Specialty.
White?Pine Lumber for Sole. .J&?
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica
tion, by P. P. TO A LE.
No. 29 Ilayue and .'53 Pinckncy street,
ocl 1-ly Charleston, S. C.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
jVLonthly Instal merits.
PERMS OF LEASE:
All Payments made on Lease will apply towards
the purchase of the Instrument Loaned.
Piano* rained at
$?150 to $500 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
525 to <>U0 : : 75 advance, 30 monthly.
025 to 7?0 : : 100 advance, 40 monthly.
Oryans rained at
$125 to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly
225 to 350 : : 10 advance, 16 monthly
.'5tiO to 500 : : 50 advance 'J? monthly.
Jj??" Parties who oiler satisfactory Security
can pay for Instruments in notes at li, (>, and
12 months' time.
Call und 1lnd out other Inducements oflered
in botb Time and Cash Sales, from
Agent for Orangeburg County,
may "iL?, 1873 14 tf
DR. E. J. OLIVEROS.
Manufacturer find Jobber,
Drugs Druggist Sundries Sponges &c.
OFFERS FOR SALE A COMPLETE STOCK OF
DRUG GEST ARTICLES
PROPRIETARY Medicines, Perfumery, Sponges, Corks, Paints, Oils and
also a Burmuort article of
GREEN AND BLACK TEA.
All Orders Promptly and Carefully Executed at
l>It- E. J. OLIVERO'S
OLD ACCOUNTS BEFORE
MAKING NEW ONES!!!
I will dispose of the Last of my Christinas LIQUORS at Reduced Prices,
SAMPLES Free of Charge.
C. De IvOliTJOHN.
02 EAST 13AY, C.HARr,ESTON, S. O.,
The Rotary Harrow which received premium nt the Ornngoburg Fair. Also,
the Collins, Watt, and n largo tjssprtiueut of other Plows, Corn-Shellers, Straw
cutters, Collin's Sewecps, Blancbard Churn-, Facquhar Sweeps. Shovel Plows, Turn
Shovels, Scooters, Bull-Tongues, and Agricultural Implements, generally.
Send for circular.
J. E. AD GER & CO.,
38-Gm G2 East liny, Charleston, S. C;
GEN. J: B. GORDON. Pm/dc/d.
GEN. A. H. C0LQU1T, Vice-President
W. C MORRIS, Secretary.
C- F- McCAY, Lvusulliny Actuary.
;i VliANCH O FFIOE
.nil life lira
ASSETS, aimary 1st., 1873,-$1,241,94740.
BLACK & WART'SO,
General Agent. *?
J. A. HAMILTON,
Agent at Oroiigehurg, .S. C.
PANIC PR! ECS.
! all kinds 0efere?
AT AND BELOW COST;
At. J. McNABXARA'S,
Call and satisfy yourself that I am in earnest.
The Undersigned having formed a co-partnership under the name of FOWLES &
GLOVER offer their services to the community, as Agents for thcSalc or purchase
.IAS. II. FOWLES,
At Citizens' Savings Lank
- j or purchase
ofRenl Estate, and for collection of Rents, A'c ?1AS. JI. FOWLES
.1 ULI US GLOVER.
At Law Oflicc of (Hover A' Glover.
Wo oiler for sale:
Anew nnd boautiful residence In ?r-1 ALSO, a', a Bargain, 840 acres (150
cleared") within I mile ofRowc'a Bridgo
nngeburg, on East side of Railroad, with
fine outbuildings, garden, Ac.
lj miles from Rowo's Pump Depot.
ONE Ru tiding Lot in the town of Or
ONE Plantation of Five Hundred an8oburg ALSO
Acres, on Santcc River. Lot belonging to Presbyterian Church
ALSO, "ii Amelia, (New) Street?a desirable
A plantation near Fort Motte, 500 acres, | oulldi.ig site. ^ ^
with dwefling and outhouses in good .con-1 The Plantation of Daniel Jbyneriii
lion?water power on the place.
Fork of hdislo, Good dwelling terms easy,
HORSES AND MULES,
The Best and Cheapest Stock
IS^er OfFered on this UVTarkot.
FOR SALE BY
BAMBERG & SLATER.
BOTH S_A.3DID3L.Ii: -AJSTD HA.-R3S3-ESS. |
Call ami Examine this STOCK for yourselves. Now is the time to buy Cheap.
Stttblesih rear of Vosc & Izlar's store.
Pacific Guano Company's.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUAJYO.
THIS Guano is h?weo well known in all the Southern States, for ita remarkable efieef? asf
an agency for increasing the producta of labor, an not to require special recommendation front
us. l*n sue for eight years past baa established its character excellence. The large fixed capital
invented by the Company in this trade aflbrds the surest guarantee of the continued excellence
of this Guano. The supplies put into market this sea won are, as heretofore-, prepared under th?
superintendence of Dr. St. Julien Ravencl, Chemist of the Company, at Charleston, S.-C. Hence*
planters may rest assured that its quality and composition is precisely the aaoie a? that hereto-'
?T. N. ROBSON, Selling Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
JOT-IjST S- REESE & CO, General AKent Baltimore.
TERMS?cash; time; without interest. To accommodate planters., they eaa
order now and have until 1st of April to decide as to whether they will take at time or cash price.
Wlierc delivered from the factory bv the car loadr no drayage will be chaivrd.
ACID PHOSPHATE, GUANO, BONK, PLASTER, &c.always on hand, quality guaranteed.
J. N. MO IL5 SON.
Dec. 35 43 3ta
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends f the
Public in general that I am receiving a:.d have ready for their in
spection now, the most Attracti ve, largest and
BEST ASSORTED Stock of p A?sli GOODS
* ever offered in this mark 1. Any one
who will take the trouble will
readily conyincp him
self of this
As space will not ptrmifc me !> enumerate all. the different
branches, I can only state that all are fully rophj
isbed, und I invite every one to call in
and examine for himself. Goods
shown freely and with
CEO. II. f'OHXEhSOX,
May 7th, 1873,
THE CAROLINA FERTILIZER
AY h i. ue Sold As Follows:
Cash 3?ricc $50 per Ton of 2,000 lbs,
Timo-IPricc-$55 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
hiyab'.c November 1,1874. Free of Interest. Fricght ami Dmyngc to bo
added. " Its Success is UNPARALLELED, and its standard :s A No 1
("11) PHOSPHATE will bo Sold as Follows:
Cash Price? $33 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
Time. Price-$oS peV Toll'of 29000 lbs.
PAYA11LE November 1, 1874, Ftep of Interest. Freight and Drayage to bo added.
F?n Sali?: By
JKUIjI'*. SCOVIL.L. & PIKE,
ORANGEBURG, S, C.
geo. W. WILLIAMS & co, *
General Agents, at Charleston, S. C.