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jlukintr the Most of u Garden.
f^^^UsW^i^P^ou gutfdcJJS uro made
tb yield more than half what they,are
capnblo of doing under good culture and
care, and it ?hall l.o ?ho purpo-o of this
paper to dosorihe some of the method*
i? uspijtymg the market gard-ners, by
whicbi^ktVgucdei) is made to yield two,
and ?reu three ereps in a season. But
litt le more labor or manure is needed
fb? the two orops than one?-in luce, the
amount ?** runuure required to produce
thgggsop'.. in pel Action wi'i generally
ea^H^^tu^f %he ,second with little
The Earhj Crop* arc? T/ir Laie Crops are?
1'eas."1 May be fed- ( Squashes, Tur
Potatecs, J lowed I - v \ inp-s, I'iokl.s.
Lo?WMvkJ.V Melons, f Late Ciibbagc,
Spiuach. V i Celery. Squashes,
lieets. J ( Celery, Sweet
E'y Cabbage,.........fa.\ Horba, Sage,
Jleans.ffTk.^...i. j Mat-jorum.
Onion Sets..*.\ &c.,
Onions from Sood. J Turnips,
.y..,. Squashes* Celery
The early crops must be well manured
and tilled in order to be cleared nil' in
reason for the latter ones, und this must
be done with proinpness in order to pre
The suec( ssien given above is what is
i?" general uso ainbug gardeners, and
admits some changes ? thus celery ma\
follow potatoes on strong, rich land, but
not peas cr beans, as the amount, o!
manure and moist laud suited to produce
celery in perfection is not good fur j oa
and benns. Where peas tiro wanted in
Fucces&i<u>,. as ?lioy are in most gardens
(thou?|not in the market at profitable
prices), the early ones may be followed
by squashes, the lattor by turnips or
cabbage. Again, the amount of man
ure needed to produce good, oarly
lettuce, beets nnd spinach would be
worso than wnsted on a late crop of tur
nips, which would bo very largo but
coarse and wormy. Moreover, cabling ?
cannot bo to follow cabbage or turnips,
or the reverse, without an interval at
least two years, unleft in eopie kinds of
limestone land. *'
When neaa and notaloes ni-i> to \y>
followed by ^squashes, every fourth row
of the early crop should be left blank in
planting; in this blank row the Bquaah
seed should bo sown the first week in
June ;\4hcy will not run before J uly
10th, giving time io clear away the curl*
crop" nricT plow the land b/t\w.:,i th ?
sqnashoa. The same plan is adopted
when celery follows potatoes; tli? celery
plants are set in June in a blank ruw
between the potatoes, and banked'up
after tho potatoca aru cleared away
When peas or potatoes are followed b_.
turnips, it is common to give tho land a
light plowing or harrowing, and rolling
and brushing, sowing ihe turnip .-eed
about the last of July.
When late cabbages are to Ibllov
peas or potatoes, the land should
receive, if possible, a second inanui in .
after the early crop is cleared oil', and
made plowing. The cabbag ?
plants iruwt be ret by duly -V>A\ to heao
The land f? r. spinach, lettuce, bee >,
f"re#'- v iKt>")tA. and -onions, should be
madei' "very rich by abundant manuring,
and these crops are generally made to
precede celery, which needs also very
rich land to do Well. The f pi nach
and lattuco will ;be all, cleared before
Bettina; the celery plants, but blank rows
bhould ba left betweeu tho b. ots nnd
onions, an thej-will not c -o oil' ear'y
enonjaMpajivHI .tho, -celery, though in
ample season for banking it up. The
celo?^j^ow*?-jtdiuuld be ei-kt feet apart,
at least when the Boston Market celery
is planted; the dwarf kinds can be
pbtaae4>>close?, but aru inferior. It'a
rather difficult to make melons do weil
aa a second crop without hot beds in
which to start the mo Ions in pots so as
? tx> tsaV Ahem*out about Juue 5th among
alia lettuce or spinach; or melon seed
may bo sowVlu^a^sl, in hills five feet
apart, ataansfShc lettuoe and Spinach ;
like all viues, they need light laud
Cucumber pickles are made to follow
peas, or are sown on a fresh 13- turned
greensward June 20th to July 10. h
When" Among p\is we usually plant be
tween thn p<!as at the last hoeing.
Sweet corn may be cleared early
enough to be followed by Hat turnips,
aod may ba sown- laid alter a crop of
spinach or peas. Sown ns bite as Ju'y
?th it does well ^
Tomato plants are sometimes set be
tween the rows of peas, but the practica
IB Dot re co mm ended except when late
tomutOQS are wanted. Cauliflowers may
bo pbro-ed on rich lm d, July 1st to
}0th, after early potatoes or lattuco.
1Y is not uncommon to rhi'co two croo*
of turnip boots or) the same land, the
first crop pulled by Ju y 10th; the
Bccoryl x^<-rJt>ift|rViB Putubor id' .-uili
cicnt sizejbygqpl ?ble-beels. . llor>>0
radish may be grown also as a lato crop
after lettuce, tj inach, or boeis. A litt e
?kill aqd cai^jwlH; be needed to adopt
the abov* suggestions, and make them
GO U NT II V CI: N T LE M A N.
An 1 r'wh #Wi\Mrv fcdys he. 0 in
earthly reason why women should liot
Lo allowed to beeonio medial men.
Every year increases the popu
larity of this valuablo Hair JPrep
aration, which is duo to merit
alone. Wo can assure our old
patrons tlmt it is kept fully up to
it.s high standard] and it is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepara
tion for restoring Gray on Faded
Haw to its youthful color, making
it sott, lustrous, and silken. Tlio
s<v.l[>, by its use, becomes white and
clean, jt removes all eruptions und
dandruir, and, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from falling
onS '1S it stimulates and npurishes
the hair-glands. By its use, tlfe
Lair grows thicker and stronger.
In baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, aud
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old ago. It is the most
esonomioal Haie-Dressing: ever
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
gloaay nppearanco. A. A. Hayes,
M.D.* Slatb Assaycr of Massachu
setts, says, "The constituents aro
pure, ami carefully-selected for ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
the Bb?T Preparation for its
Sold by all tfrmpgitUaml Denier? in iCcdidne?.
Psico One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Rcnower in many cases
requires too long a time, aud too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparation, which will
quickly ami otTectually accomplish
ihi-; result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Prico Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HAU- A CO.,
FOB rillIlTl.U>i TI1K IllOOD.
The rciuitntlnn tliis ex
cellent medicine enjoys,
is derived from iu cures,
many of which arc truly
i * >?? of Scrofulous dis
caso, where the system
seemed saturated with
corruption, have been
purified and cured by iu
scrofulous affections and
disordors,wblch were ax
gravatod by the scrofu
lous contamination unUl
they were painfully afflicting, have Ihmhi radically
cured in such great numbers in almost every sec
tion <if the country, thai the public scarcely*noed
to be Informed of its virtues <>r uses.
SCrofltlous poison is one of the most destruo*
li\ u . nemic* of our race often. Uiis unseen aud
unfull Ivunnl of Uic organism undermines the con
stittiUon, and Invites the attack of enfeebling or fa
tal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its
presence. Again, il teems to breed infection
throtighoul tlio bony,and then, On snnte favorable
occasion, rapidly develop iiito-orft) or o.lher of its
hideous forms, oltheron Uio surface or among the
vitals. In :!..? latter,tubercles may be sudifenly
deposited In the. lungs or heart, or tumors formed
iu Ute liver, or It chows its presence by eruptions
on the skin, or font ul'-crntlons on some part of
U'o body. Hence the occasional use of a bottle
of this Saronpavtlla is advisable, even when no
active symptoms of disease appear. Permms af
dieted with Uio following complaints generally
tbul immediate relief, and, at length, cure, bv tlio
rue of this s.i its 11-.i n i i.i.A: st. Antho
ny'? l'tvr, Tto?? or JSrytlpeUtM, Trttrr, Salt
Tthenm, Srtiiii ih nil, Ulnatcorm, Sore Eye?.
Sure t'ltv*, and other omptions or visible farms
of Scrofnlou? disease Also in the more con
cealud forms, as Ityanepalat Vrojmy, Ji?arx
ttlttnae, M it?, Epilrpoff, Konrnfifia, and
the various Vtcoroua affections of flic musouhn
and nervous systems.
SypMllt or Venereal and Mercurial T>(?
easet nre cured by it, though a long time is re
quired tor subduing Umso obstinate maladies by
any medicine, ltut long-continued use of tlua
medicine will curc tha complaint. Loueorrhaea
oe wuihn. TTterlno Uteeratlone, and f>mn/?
JHsenses, aro commonly soon relieved and ulti
mately cured bv Its purifVliig and invigorating
effoct. Minute direc tion- far caeh case aro found
In our Almanac, supplied gratis. ithcmnatiant
and ti?ut, when caused by accumulations of ex
traneous mattet' In the blood, yield quickly to it,
JiR slso hirer Complntnt*), Torpidity, i'tmara
tion ot Inflammation of the I.leer, and ?/?iiiti?
dice, w hen nrising, as thev otlcn do, from the
rankling poisons In the blood. This saksa
I'.ti'ti.i.A is a great restorer for ?i? strength
(iiul Vigor of the system. Those who are I.an
yulil and TAatteoo, Jteapmuli'tit. Slerpleaa,
and troubled With .Vrrcnm Ajiprrhenaiona or
.I'cnva, i>r any of the nflee.tlons symptomatic of
Wenkneo*. will find immediate relief and con
vincing evidence or iu restoraUvo power upon
PREPARED It Y
E?r. Jf. V. lYGB ?V to.. Lowell, THOMM.,
Practical and Analytical Chemiato.
SOLI) IJY ALL DRUGGISTS EVEItY WHERE.
5Me: GREAT BLOOD RU R'fFl E R.
Possessing powerful invigorating1
The.%o Hitters aro positively mvaluublo in
ALLSK1N?D1SEASES'& ERUPTIONS ?'.*
'I hey purify t l.o syntuja, and will euro
Remittont and Intermittent J"cveis,
and arh tt proventavs oJ Chil)? and Fuvcr.
. AU yield to l?tcir powerful c?icaey.
Are an antidote to change of Water ami Diet.
THtT WILL RESTORE YOUTHFUL VIGOR
to tho wasted frame, and correct all
*\ >i ^vt* i t.i i}+a t'i ti ? m i ss ?wkVf ^ asj?
Will save days of suffering to tho fick, and
The grand l'unacca for all tho Uls of lifo.
TRY ONE BOTTLE
The Standard yOv ra???-?,
OTllkliY^^n Yonnp or Old, Marri^Si^^TlCL
^Tox Single, these Ritters aro un^V
squalled and havn often boon thc\^
*y deans of snvimr lifo.
* TRV ONI BOTTll. >
VOTK I'....All r<*v*oii? IIjiv
Ing demands agalnsl the Kslaln of tho
Into John lionneii will /endor anaceonnl of
lliPin ilulyntie t.-lf,,, n ;,j ol(lS^ 11, )..;,...j
will tunk*.- payitionl lot if in<lci*signed.
.Inll\ V. ROSNI'.TT,
HE WHO FIGHTS
Against a strong and lively ooropetitor in trade, mutt davete himself e.itlrely te kit b.\a
noes. He must ki?r v Ms market and suit his customers,
Ay the selection of his stock, and by his prioes most invite trade. ITo who
with the idea that any sort of goods nil) do
To repent Iiis folly. A first-olass sock, and the ability to sell at tho okeapost prices will
enable a merchant
Succes fally aa>y opposition and to conquer sue oots. Let customers e?me im. Wkotker
they buy my UrOOorios, Pure Liquors, Segars and Goods or not, if tboy are pleased they
Tho best Stook of Groceries ami the Cheapest. A full line of Whiskies. Her sea Stabled
snd cared lor at moderate rates. A demotion to business. These are ear guarantees.
">y ""> V, I?. KOBTJ?U1I.
mar 1 o ly
..it ? V Jli
A MAN WHO
Start;-' Business nhosrld "go in" to win. In opening tke Enterprise Saloon, the SnUscrihtr
delei mines! to
In a full und Good Sleek of Liquors, that would commend tkeseseeres to ?T1, and by cour
tesy and Ktlentiefi to place all who tried bin?
The necessity ?f admitting that he was a fair dealer. Those who drank from
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
Of his Saloon he dotermined should bo satisfied and be indnced to retura. Flo determin
ed tu werk'all day and think
soasto establish a reliable custom. He succeeded. From Monday norntr.&'tbe rusk
cool macs until
From the time that his announcement
its way into the papers and
Upon the notice of the public, until now, the sale of Liquors, 3og?r?asHf TceWoo* h??
couliuuud with unabated palreasgo.
Poms, and hearty welcome has been the motto, and
The und*r<dgacd returns his thmVi for tho liberal support ho has received aad kegs Ho
continuance at the ENTEIIPBISE SALOON, kept
BY J. HERMAN WAHLERS.
? ARRIVING BY KVRRT
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
In order to be prepared for the demands of the season, I am receiving largo supplies of
all tho various geodo needed at Ibis time of the year; tuet? as
P'antatien Supplies, Toola, Plowc, Iren,
And everything else necessary to make a crop. I am Agent for tho following valaaklo
and established Manures :
ETI WAN DISSOLVED BONE,.
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE,
? FRANK COK'S PHOSPHATE,
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT.
All the above M*nu.?? are offered at manufacturers prieea will bo aold at Ike saaaa
terms a*at the worka and will be delivered If requested at any depot on tho Sooth Carolina
jeb 1 GKO. U. OORNBLSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANQEBURQ, S. G.
Tho Subscriber takes great pleasure in announcing to bis FRIENDS and the COM
MUNITY that ho baa OPENED a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, at the Large Rosidenee recent
ly eecupieil by Mr. Dane Wnnnamaker. Comfortable Accommodations, a Bounteous
Table ami CourtOUS Attention are Guaranteed.
jan 18-3ui J. W, H. DIKES.
THE BALANCE OP MY ?TOQI OP
Heady Made Clothing ami Ladies Drees
? j.|| will b<- offered tor the nu\t .10
days ?t and iVELOVT COST for the
J. He\ v H A \S.
JUST AMOVED FROM THE ABOVE MARK KT
A Splendid Stock of Fancy DRESS
and other Choice GOODS.
WHO IS OFFERING
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
AS WELL AS THE ABOVE GOODS
AT AND BELOW COST
ALSO A FULL STOCK OF
CALL SOON AND
=?a * D . LOUIS,
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN AND FILLED WITH
AND CUSTOMERS SHOPFING AT
BULL. SGQVILL k PIKE,
Making Rolcctiou from their Extraordinary Large md Varied 9taefc etT
Their aaaortaneet, with constant additions, is
Bath as to 8TTLES ond QU A LIT l ES.
Their facilities in drawing supplies from eTasirable Market*
FOR THE CASH
Enable thorn to- mala the best poasihla RATES, which ia the OLD RULE eea>
tiftued frena Us ORGANIZATION?
Giving an experience of 30 years in Business.
Economy and Enterprise, together with tha Energy and centlemanTy deport
ment of all their Assistants, are always found at the OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
may Me lj
WOTLD 1NFOPM TTTF PCRLIC THAT nP. TS V'TIT.L rARRTFNG OX THE CAR
riage Making in all ils various branches, and will Manufacture or Repair at the
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Ruggiea or Wagons. And am also prepared with
TEW PRESS AND G N: TO CIN AND PACK COTTON
SHORT NOTICE. Jquon GINNED AT MT MILL has brought from \ to i eeal more
than t>isi fjinnrd ?n the ?'?'intaor G;*>?.
oet Npl 2 iy fl. RIG'. ?.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
Chabibsto?. S. C. ?e?e*?we*
OK AND AFTER 8UNDAT DECEMBER
24, the pMunnr Traia on tko 8??ik
Caroline Railroad will run MfcBwwt
ro? IfMNti WS
Leave Ck?rl?t4eii.............8.19 A. St.
Arrive ?t A ugusta.4.1* F. ML
Leave Charleston...8.10 A. M.
Arrire ?1 Columbia.r-4.04 F, XL
bor riHABtXSTOB. -
Learo AuguMa......Xd# Bt*csT.
Arrive al Charleston.1.30 F. M.
Leave Colombia......w.....~....7.4t A. M.
Arrive at CharUaton....MB'. BL
THBOCOS wilkibotob tbAIB
Leave Augusta.?....?.00 A. M.
Arrive at Kiogvillo...9.00 A. M.
Leave Riugville.,...12.20 F. Bf.
Arrive at Augusta.6 (0 F. M.
AOOOSTA KirJUT BXI'BBJS-SBKDATS :
Leave Charleston...3.30 F. Bf.
Arrive at Augusta.7.30 A. V.
Leave Augusta............00 F. M
Arrive at Charleston.JmM K. at.
Colombia manT Bxrasss?suxi>ats ax
Leave Charleston.?....7.10 F. M.
Arrive at Columbia.-7.TO A. M.
Leave Columbia.~.0.00 F. ML
Arrive at Charleston.7.00 A. V.
Leave 8ummcrville nt..?,.,.M...MM7.2? A. BY,
Arrive at Charleston at....R.4? A. Bf.
Leave Charleston at.,-8. JO F. H.
Arrive at 8nmmervill* u\.........~~*.il\T. SB.
Leave Camden.~f.lf Ju M.
Arrive at Columbia.-10.40 A. ML
Leave Celexvbia.~....~.?f.l.4e F. M.
Arrive at Catadonft...... 6.2? P. M.
Day and Nigbt Traisas make eleaw eeaaacv
tion at Augusta whk Georgia Railroad aa4
Night Train connect* with Msse/a aa4
Columbia Night Traf? eonnoete witk>
Oreenville and Colombia Railroad, a ad witk
Charlotte Road to point- Nortk.
Camden Train eonneets at KragviRe ?ail*'
(except Sundays) with L?ay Passenger Traia,
and runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, Yiee-PreeideaC
8. B. Pickbxs, General Tieket Agent,
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, At
p. p. TO ALB,
Manufacturer ans l>rsler, ?
No. 20 Hayno Street and Merlane?*! U kerf
CHARLESTON, 8: 0.
' This is the Largest and most
pleto Factory of the kind in tkc Seafkecas
Slates, and all articles in this liao can fce
furniahed by Mr. P. P. Toali at prices watet
A pamphlet with full and detailed.
list of all sises of Doors Saabce -ad Blind*,,
aad the prices of oaek, will be seat free aotdf
nest Paid, on applicatiod to?
1*. P. TO A ILK,
CHARLESTON, 8. If.
jely 16 WOO
MONEY CANNOT BUT IT!
For Sight i? Friert ?Mit
i BUT TUE DIAMOND- 8 PECT AC LIE Wll*
If yon value jour Fyeeigkt as* tkeas Fesv
feet Leases. Gr on ad from Minute Cry seed
Pebbles, Melted together, aad derive tMesr
| naaae "-Diamond'" ea aeeeaat oftkolv Herd
nesa and Brilliancy. Tkoy will las? maaw
years witkont change, aad are warranted'
superior te> all ackers ia nee.
MannfA?rurc(f bj tko Spencer OpKeei* >
Maaafaeturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?Noaa Genuin? aaloss stamp
sd witk our trade mark.
For Sale by KesponeiM* Agents threxgk
eut tko Unio?.
I. J. OLITBEOf,
ja? 20?1/ Orangebarg. 1. t.
Citizens7 Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Will pay 7 PER CENT. INTEREST o?
SPECIAL DEPOSITS and ft PER CENT, on
SAVINGS DEPOSITS,' Compounded Semi
Local Finance fonimitlee.
Hon. THOS. W. GLOVKR.
Col. FAUL S. FELDER.
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.*
JAS. H. FOTTLKS,
mar 2S ja? ely
At Private Sale.
THE PLANTATION forming a part a#
the Estate of the late Col. Eoitt, aad
known as the DARBY PLACE. The tract
consists of about 600 acres, one half weak
I Timbered, tko remainder Rieh, Bed, Leas?
Soil, adapted to Crops of all kinds. Theaa* ,
are tko Finest Lands in the District, send
woro.valued at $20 peraer? in 186?. WfjsdJt
j be sold for one-half tka* , rice now. Oje*
I fourth cash, the rcmair or in throe taajS
ments bearing interest Dram date and Aim
cured by mortgage ?C the same. ! mw'
This is a splendid chance for aneryae do.
airing to seen re Rich Lands, fine TV at or Pow
| or, excellent Cattle Range and ? Eat aad
Neighborhood. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. KE1TT,
Or J KBIT1, Baaj.
_ , ? ; . ST?1
to *2o PER IkAVI 4*tmft*
WANTE?! AU clash's of working
people, of either sex, young er ofd, snaW v
more money at work for us in their spare
moments, or all tko time, thsa *t aayXnt?g>
else. Part lealare frei. Address
O STINtON * cm,
"T- lo UmWLPortlind, Maine.