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Agriculture is- (Ac General Pursuit ?S Man ; it
is tho JJaiis of all others, awl'there- ?
fore, the most J/W/ul <mtf
Full. IG ltf 0 in. lid. . IEvening.
LimtJQ'tr. 15 h, ? in. Olli. i tSuimug.
New. |8h,'32 m. lU'uh. \ Morning.
First Q'tr. 10 h, 43 in. 123th. Morning.
17. Frida v,
18. - Saturday,
Hun KisKs.,Sf2f Ruts.
5.23. I 0.35.
5.22, I G.35.
Thoughts for the month.
Early cum will bo ready for its first
W_rr]dr^Jthi8 month. If the ground is
hard, run around with a deep goiug
. plough Wi&Tbrehk out the middles tho
rougMyArto better oppoitunity to do
this will, occur hereafter. But if the
ground is in good condition, run round
Hftjh ihQv^IiOi: ?weop. It is well to
time iheTtrstworking of corn,' so as' to
-r fini?h?t just before it will be necessary to
givo cotton its first working. Tho corn
will not then havof time to become foul
before its second working. Only throw
fcn'oXigTt'ttirt I'd' the corn to cover grriss
nud yjpfidfeOi1\o3essitho .better. It will
rnak^OjtjiCj corn: grow off more rapidly, and
*' render it caiser to cover up grass at sub
sequent working*. Bring corn to a stand
Al .flllfi 'WJYkllig,' 1'cW?Viftg nil RiipcY-"
iluous stalks with a wooden pnddle?a
% .rapid ana_ effectual mode of getting rid
' .COTTON i'LA NTINO.'
A gObd fctaud is eseentinl tpi making a
good cfbp,jniijdjaji early stand of ebtton is
often* tihitiitieri of the first impurtni.ee.
If this is not secured, it sometimes hap
pens that a protracted drought prevents
the germinatiri'n of the seed until the sell
... pou is too far advanced for a lull crop to
mature." ,On stiff, linking lands, the su
rest metjhocl of securing a stand is to list
oil tho seed with two furrows, avid knock
off vvtlinjoofif, j?st as the cotton is ready
te come up. A very good plan, but ra
ther slow for our1 modern ideas. The
best plan, we think is having thrown up
pretty high beds, to cut them down slight
ly just in advance of planting, with a
harrow c.carly as wide as the bed, with
teeth short in front and gradually length
ening to wards tho rear so a to hug the
bed and leave it rounded, not llattened,
after it has parsed over it. Tho teeth of
thisj as of rill other harrows, should be
?set'inclined a little back-wards, so as to
clear themselves. Clods and crust having
thus been removed, immediately sow seed
which have been rolled somo twenty-four
hours or longer in advance, and kept in
bulk to encourage germination. Put in
thus with a good planter which distri
butes them at uniform depth and massed
in n'pressed furrow, theywill seldom fail
to come up.proniptly in the driest wcit
HOLLING SKi D.
Both for tho sake of economizing, seed
and for distributing thotn regularly, it is
wcll|to:ioll them. UsejusL as little wa
ter ns possible in the operation. Another
good point thus secured, is that it affords
a convenient method of furnishing the
young plants, at their car icst per.od of
.,..growth, with material for pushing them
forward rapidly. Tho cotton plant is so
very delicate when young, so small and
easily covercdeby the plough, that it is
very desirable to make them grow off
as rapidly as possible. A mixture of
equal parts "of Peruvian Guano and plas
. tcr.dcu pounds guano to a bushel of
f ^ stadr\y? have found oxccl'.ont, using as
't" ?nuc^lswiil adheic to the seed and ra
ther more. Wc have used also nmmon
iatcd dissolved bones in like manner,
with good results. These, do not impair
the viiiiilly of thesaeds, by contact with
them. Acid phosphates applied directly
to the seed, sometimes destroy their germ
in.' ting power.
QUA^Tn Y OP KKED FOlt AN ACUB.
If pains are laken to drill the seed rcg
ula^y^yonp i/u.-hol ol good sped > is ample
for an acre. More than thut is objeetion
ubk"', often causing the young plants to
die from being crowded loo much. One
who It's never used a "planter," will be
sure to sow them too thickly .tpoii first
trial. The wheel of n "planter" pressing
against the bottom of the l'urrow, makes
a narrow firm drill, (a decided advan
tage; in which thd.sdeds are thrown very
close toge'lhor and as fheyeomo up, very
readily break any ordsl which iririy from
over them. It is best to cover them not
not exceeding two inches in depth. One
inch is enough. Southern Cultivator
3>y iiidu.-try a good farmer in Et*rope
can get &50 a year nud a suit of clothes
ns wages. ?
TIIBuOLB DRUG j HOUSE JIEYIVET),
WITH an ENTIRE NEW^T^JJv of FRESH ami CHOICE GOODS,
2| H AHR AL V^^ZE.By; ' ?. ?
WHOLESALE ER (TO' GISTS.
107 MEETING SREF/r, -'CHARLESTON, S. C.
SiicrosHor;i to (lie Kslahlslicd Houses of
IIAVILAND,.HARRAL & CO., Charleston.
HA\ IL AND, RISLEY A CO., Augusta, Oa.
IIARRAL RISLEY <C KITCHEN, New York.
Mar. 5 1874 . .. ...... 3m
LIFE* INSURANCE AGENCY!
?yt- Insure your life In the
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE 00.
Capital, ( $2,500,000.
'-'?-??"??-? I , #
This is the largest aud most prosperous of the Southern companies.
~' * 1 "?P?SE H: FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Bank.
FIRE ItfSITRAIVCE AGENCY ?
Insure^pu^T^^jjljng, Spire or Stock of Goods in the
LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE HC?
Capital, !f2<V)U0,0(iU. in Uuhl.
.This company paid over three (3) millions at Chicago fire, and over
million at recent, fire in Boston. JAS. II. FOWLES, Agent.
. DR. E. ,?. ;OLIV3$RQ;S.
jYIaimf} tottirer aricl.'. tTobi)er,
Drugs Druggist Sundries?Spones &c.
OFFERS FOR SALE A COMPLETE STOCK OF
"I^ROP.R I ETA RY Medicines, Perfumery, Sponges; Corks, Paints, Oils- and
i Garden Seeds. <
AT.ho A SLTKRlOli ARTICJjR op
GREEN ?ND BLACK TEA.
All Orders Promptly nnd Carefully Executed at.
_,. K J. OLJVEli?'S
J. E. ADGER & CO.
63 EAST BAY^OHAREESTON, &. C,
Tlic Rotary Harrow which received premium nt the Orangoburg Fair. Also,
the Collins, Watt, and ;a* largo assortment of other Plows, Coru-Shellcrs, Straw
cutters, Cd)lpi's Soweeps, Blanehard Churns, Factpihar Sweeps. Shovel Plows, Turn
Shovels, Scootdrs*,i3ull-Tongi.vs, and Agricultural Implements, generally.
Scud for circular.
J. 13. A DCS ER & CO.,
387Gni " 02 East Bay, Charleston, S. C
?CORNER RUSSE LL-STREET AND KAIL ROAD AVENUE
HAS a full Stock of everything in the GROCERY Ihie and Receiving daily additions
to his already Full Stock-Fair Dculing and low prices is the motto of this Houte.
Just Received a lot of Prepared Ham and Dried Beef}
BACON, SIDE*2, ^HOLDERS, HAMS, STRIPS, SUGAR, COFFEE, FLOUR
Molasses,Syrup, &c, nl^reMi^v^Jpi^ees, Call and be convinced.
JK?" ORDERS Promptly Filled and Delivered Free ol Clmrgc.-XBa
"J Platform SCALE, in good Order, Capacity 1000 pounds.
Fob. 19 1874 tf
The. undersigned having formed a co-partnership under the name of FOWLES &.
GLOVER, qfibr their sorv'n 1? - to the community, as Agents for the Sale or purchase
of Real Instate, and for collection of Rents, i&o. JAS. M. FOWLES,
JULIUS GLOsYER, At Citizens' Savings Bank.
At Law Oliicc pf.Ghm is & <'Hover.
We 611'er for sale:
A new and hoautiful nshh-m-o In Or-I ALSO, a', a Bargain, 3-10 acres (150
an m burg, on East-side of 1 In'droad, with ! cleared) within J mile of Rowo's Bridge
line outbuildings, garden, jfcy. j ' j ,niloa <*>nij towtff; Pump Depot.
ONE Plantatbii of Fiv
ON E Building Lot in the town of Or
llundred! W^K' A,so
Acres; on Snnteo River.
A plantation near Fort MoU<
Lot belonging to Presbyterian Church
on Amelia, (.New) Street?n desirable
1 The Dwelling House, and grounds adjoining
with dwelling and outhou, - in good con- oOIr Gco. S. shirer, on Rail Road Avenue
vat ion-? water power on the p'uco [Twenty acres of land attached.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Charleston. S. C., Oct. 18, 1872.
On and nfter S?ND?Y, Oct. 19, the
passenger trains on the South Carolina
Kail road will run as follows:
? ?i>'l Tin unu ? u*i :.-?io?i^,:ir. . ;-. i.
Leave Charleston - 9:00 a m
Arrive at Augusta - - 5:00 p in
Leave Charleston - 9:00 a in
Arrive nt Columbia, - 5:00 yJ m
Leave Augusta ? - 8:20 a m
Arrive at Charleston - 4:20 p m
Leave Columbia - 8:40 a m
Arrive at Charleston - 4:20 p m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS. '
Leave Charleston - 8:30 p m
Arrive at Augusta - - 7:50 a m
Leave Augusta - - dj&OO p m
Arrive at Charleston - 5:40 a m
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRF8S
Leave Charleston - 7:10 p m
Arrive, at Columbia - 0:30 n m
Leave Columbia - - 7:15 p m
Arrive at Charleston - 6:45 am
* '??'?:-.>}l . d&ki .. 'i .' ? < ? ..
Leave St.inunerville ; 7:25 a m
Arrive at Charleston - 8:40 a m
Leave Charleston - 3:10 pm
Arrive at Summcrvillc at - 4:30 p in
" ?AMDEN BRANCH.
Leave Cam den' - - 0:50 a m
Arrive at Columbia - 11:50 u in
Leave Columbia ... 1;50 p m
Arrive at CunuU n ? 3:35 p m
Day and Night Trains connect at Au
gusta with'Mueoh and August a Railroad
and Georgia Kail roads. This is the
quiekest, ami most direct roiLo, and. as1
comfortable and cheap asany other route
to Ijo?isville, (Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis and all other points West and
Columbia Night Trains connect with
Grccntille and Columbia Kail road, and
Day and Night Trains connect with Char
Through Tickets on sale, via this routo
to all points North.
Caihdcn Train connects at Kingvillc
daily (except Sundays) with Day Passen
ger Trail!, and runs through to Columbia
A. L. TYLER, Vieo-Presidcnt.
S. P. Pic'ccns General Ticket Agent.
OF TU Ii
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Egg Fingers and
Honey Cukes, at store of
J. A. Hamilton.
DEM A RS &
Patronage oi tlio IPnolia^w ,a.*~*5I
conic in there to pass a pleawinthour, hy playing ;i .sn-jial game of Ilillianl.< on tliefr newly
ly fitted tables. If you want anything , '?*:-' V ? ?u? '
.vtnff Si .T <***a*Mm M
In tlie Liquor Jjimi^M
60 to the Enterprise'CIub itooins, for yqu, will find in. it'everything.? ? \*?--d">* J-T*fci%ijf ??
Jnn.l j?7i. " <r/
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The Best and Cheapest Stocks
15 A M. 3D 13 & @ IL A S X **
"ROTT T F> A TT> n>T;l Ct^TT? t^^^T^^^^
Call and Examine this STOCK for^^^
Stablesin rear of.Voso & Izmir's ;&tdvb
i a* ?m?a>tr jinii nit.
/ibhlliw fcf,-vil.? T tl/. .1I*H :t<\
WEAIififlW if W
W??LD RESPECT PC LEY INFORM MY FRIENDS" THE
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Public in general that I am reeeivin r a:\d- have* re'ad)* for'lherrtn+rtwfl
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spcotion now, the MOST ATTRACTIVE, LARGEST and
REST ASSORTED Stock'of E*AEcI= GOODS " * ^
? . ? ?i'j in i , in mmtm. in im in ipH?MilMI
over offered in this market.. Any onu
who-will take the troilnlo vvilb '' ? I? .-il>>s?s?
?A ?wo*.- 4KT
: I it H( "?all
readily convince him
self of' lli'h
As space will not pi null me to ??nr.mrra'.o all the'dtmVcnt*fTft ;^
- ? ? --r^tah ??? ?Iii in -
branches, I can only state that all.are fully replen
ished, ami 1 invite every one to call in
and cxathir.e for himself. Goods
shown fii'i iv tititl with
put c|ti;"jri>j ? -t - dtf??i ? ? ?..;
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CAliOLIM/1 FEliTUJZ WM
Will be Som> as Follows:
C.-tsli jgrlce?.?50 per Ton of 2,0001t>&*
Tiiiu/"P,vico?$53) per Ton of 9-,000 lbs*
Pnyab'o November I, 1874. Free of Interest. Frie-ht and Diaygao to bo.
added. " Its ?uic4s is UNPARALLELED, and its slauduid
_?-? T- <.,j <?^,^||
A OID PHOSPHATE will l^e Sold as Follmvi
?S33 per Toil of fi,OGO
-S38 per Ton oE^OOO lbs.
PAYABLE November 1, 1874, Fieo of Interest. Freight .aOjd^Drayagc to be added.
Fok Sale By
HUIAttj SCOVIOi & PIKE,
ORANGER?RG, S. C.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS Sc CO, ? * tfs imm
General A gents, at Charlestou, S. C, r ,
Jan. 13'7.1 ? '