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FIRST WORKING OF COT
By the time the corn ig disposed
of, cotton will need its first work
ingj-. To avoid I-getting behind"
it is very important that these
first workings should be begun as
early and pushed forward as rap
idly as possible. Not a moment's
time should be last. Just as soon
as the cotton is up, the ground on
each side of it should be lightly
scraped off, either with scraper,
sweeps or barrow. Something
that can run very near the cotton
will kill incipient weeds and grass,
treak the crust, &c., and yet not
cover up the cotton. The dirt
scraped off being thrown in the
middle will cover up the young
grass there and leave every thing
clean but the narrow strips where
the cotton stands. Follow now
with hoes and chop out lighily
and rapidly. The bringin.g down
to final stand had better be left for
the next working.
Opinion is much divided as to
what constitutes a "stand." It
'inust necessarily vary with width
of rows-the wider the rows the
thicker the stalks should stand in
the drill, other things being equal.
Wherever the nature of the land
(as bottom lands) produce dense,
luxuriant growth, greater distance
must be given to admit air and
light and prevent rotting of the
bolls. Mr. Dickson's plan of leav
ingfrom two to three stalks, at the
distance apart of the width of a
No. 2 Seovill's hoe, when first pub
lished, was opposed by many. We
should be very glad to have the
views of our readers on this point
now after the experieuce of four
or five years. On the sandy lands
along the coast where Sea bland
cotton is cultivated, such crowd
in- will not answer. The stalks
will run up without throwing out
a branch for eighteen inches or
two 1etet from the ground. Mr.
Sam41ueIl Banett, the wortr Secre
tarN. Georgia State Agrieultural
Socety anr uite an extended
investiotion of the point in ques
tioln C:ne to the conlclusion, that
the nature of the land decided
whether it was best to leave one.
or three stalks in a hill-and that
matter had to be tested by each
one for himself on his own farm
no general rule on the subject
could be laid down. It. is altogeth
er probable that besides the na
tnure of the lad, the length or
sh1ortness- of the season would hiave
a controlling inliuence. Mlr. lhar
niett's observations were made
lriinci pal ly in the imiddlhe portions
of the "cotton belt."
WIDE AND NARRlOWI ROWS.
l'.islToR SOUTHERN CUI;TIVAToI.
--i notice. in the April No. of the
('aira"or (page 123,) that Mr.
Ge. iC . Dixon claimns that there is
mosre mio?ner in four feet rows than
t her i-i ii three feet. notwithi
standing thes. thriee feet rows madL(e
tw~o po Iuds seeds. cotton more than
four fee t rows, (in 3lr. J. 13. 31.'s
experimenti.) lie goes on to ex
plain why it is the best to have fouir
leet ro w5, and hiis reas5on is that
t hey save l:bor and gu ano, which
is moner. I believe that cotton
ini four I'eet rows crowded in the
drill wi!! mature earlier, if it is
cultivated shail!ow. A g.reat many
inien dislike wide mows, giving as a
reason, that, the ground is not
shaded between thenm and that it
e~xhaust5 land1( mnore where the sun
has fuill power upion it. I agree
with them under their modes of
culture; viz.. turning up~ laid with
Long T1urn Plhoughs andI Shovels
inl id-s u mer. or if the Sweep is
used, it is generally put in very
I never experimented myself.
iBut last ye: I had a freeman lay
ing~ off rows, which I intended to
hothree feet. But I n'ticed
where lie finished the field that
in the last acre or two, lie then
run them about four feet. These
stood1 thle drought better, and was
mchi the best COtton I had in the
field. It was~ all fertilized, left
ielk in the drill, two and three
stalks in a hill. and was cultivated
shaillo,w. A Sr mseni:n.
Wnrr 1s .PaoGmarssivr AGRicU
nI:R E -T he New York Observer
ainswe rs this qumestion in few words
but very comiprehensively, as fol
".1inder its influenlce spring up
tasty and convenient dwellings,
adorned with shrubs and flowers;
and beautiful within with the
,iles of haippy wives, the~ tidy
chilidreni in the lap of thoughtful
a?e--broIad hearts and acts, as
welil as words of welcome Pro
yessive agricultuare buildis barns
:nal puts gutters on them, builds
stabsles ihr cattle and raises roots
to5 fs.eed them. It grafts wild ap
pie trees by the ime.adow with pip
pin and greenigs-it sets out
new oreb:ards and takes care of
old ones. It drains low lands, cuts
down bushes. buys a mower,
houses tools and wagons, keeps
igood fences and practices soiling.
It makes liens lay, chickens live,
and prevents s winec from rooting
up mmeadows. Progressive :agri
cultuire keeps on hand p!enty of
dryv fueli and brinrgs ina the oven
wood for the women. It plows
deeply, sows plen tifully, harrows
even ly and prayvs for the blessing
"Finally. it subscribes for good
religious, agricultural and family
journals, aid pay-s for thEn in ad
vance, advocates free schools, and
always takes something besides
the iamily to thicnnnty fair."
TS PUMEY A VEGETABE PREPARA TION.
H ER SS and FR U ITS, combined with other
properties, which in their nature are Cathartic,
porient, Nutritious, Dlurct:. Altarative and
Anti-Bilious. Tha wholo is ireserved in a sufli
c-nt quantity of spirit from the SUGAR
(iE to lwcp them in aLy climate, whiCh
one of the most desirable Tonics and Cn
thartics in the world. They are intended
strictly as a
only to to used as a medicine, and always ac
crding to cirections.
They are tha shleet-anchor of the feeble and
eebilitated. They at upon a dim:sed liver, and
ctimulate to a degreo th.t a healthy action
i3 at once brouaht .bout. As a remedy to which
Women are especially subject it is super
scding ever othor st:.ulaut. As a Spring
and Summer Tcn ic they have no equal.
They are a mild and genjtle Pur,ative as well as
Tonic. Thcy pu:-:I ta bood. They are a
splendid Appetizcr. Thiey:Io the weak strong.
They parify and invigorate. They curo Dys
pepsia, Constipation and Hleadache. They act
as a specific in all specis of disorders which
mndermine the bodily Etrength and break down
the animal spirits. --
Depot, 53 'Park Place, New York.
Apr. 1i, 13-iy.cow.
Only 50 Cents per Bottle;
the COLOR, and increases the Vigor a
and BEAUTY of the HATR '
OvEn TNUmTY YEAiRs AO.O LTOi's KATflAIROI
ofessor .Tonas Lon . ag:duateof Princeton
ollege. The namne is derived from the Greek,
o .in-Tbfivr it has rocived.an t'hoppu
abs It inrse s the (uowand BirY of the
He t it ar deligh ful dein. erdicates
tkeeps the head cool. and giesthehaira rich.sof
aQuArYas itwa over a QeucER of aC
r tore at eai FHy ent per eto .e
WVoD1'l Glory is Rer ar.
A pr. 10, 15-ly.cow.
AN UNPARALLELED OFFER
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h:bscrip; en list of
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HE BURIAL OF LATANE
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4.9Pfire of ilN r0lrivih P .0
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PUBLISHERS, BALTIMtORE, MiD.
A pr. 9, 14-tif.
PiE BEST 01F ALL
ppl to Wri.I . N(NI,
)r to A. J. McCAUG HIBIN & Co
H. S. B00ZElR & CO., Agents, F'rog
Dec 559~ if
J011 C. DIAL,
.mporter and Deaer in F & American
RAHA[ M M l[
Iron. Steel, Nail, Castings, Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloth::. Smut Machincs, Circular
Saws, Mili 1rons, Sugar Pans, Carriage
Buildi.ng and Trimmnig Mazerials,
Lim), Cum,.!t, P7ast:-r. Pau.Oils, FrinCh
aad American Wi 'lw Glass, Uns, Ri
fics, Pisto's, Shot Belts, Powder
ilasks, rPw-ar, Shot, &c.
At the Sin ofthe (.OL>! 'N Al) IADCK.
COLUMBiA, S. C.
J .24, 1t2-:hn. 1
IJ011- R & 0
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools,
CARRIAGE and WAGON MATERIALS,
Piow and Cast Steel,
Liac and Cement.
Ihported U'ies and Liquors,
(i. (ic :' :,, a i fied W .hVi= iesi in all
I their variei-, fo' O - at whiolezale and
AT LOW PRICES FIOR CAS.
JOHN AGNEW & SON,
T LATESTl and BEST
HO for~ COTTIOiN
Caipital for gardens also.
To form an idea of its greait ::daptabclity and
wonderfulin min n. come: andi examine. An
inrov:- tI', recived by
jan 8'l MA\YEs a MalITIN.
IF YOU WANT A
Of C'OLiiMEB., S. C.,
MA NEFACTUlms: the above, and w arrants
saidaction at PIrIES TilAT AlmE LOWV
iIe kee'ps a full stoc k of
REPAIRING AND PAINTING A
JOUN AG1NEW, Propietor.
M. J. C ATLNAN, Agen'ct.
Mar. 26, 12---:.m.
Newberry, S. C. I
Feb). 12. G-tf.
Music Given Away.
i.x" to bie sent for one veacr to anIv one wrho "
will sendl us Iive subI,cribers to our paper.
Think of it: You canT get at least Sixty
froautiful Songs, Dunets, and Ghornses, and
frmffyto sixty P'iano pieces, worth atE
least $40,. by sending us five subscribers to ft
A,, p n ap Feb. 5. 5-tf.1
Hop I Ic,
- / OPl'1I
[ SSFD FLOR!NG, CEI LING. WEAT
te*rns of M!ouldings madi:ce, over 100,000
o:ell-Pce'P. Door nld WindIow Fraces, ina
I-, l'.dluiers of Walmt or Maho.gany, on li
-ork ma-le as clc:.p at his e hhinent as
I l:lll(! t!1 I: t stock w* th1 above.South t
ntee will give entire satisfacton to ail who m
The sub?zccibers are the only practicalN Mech
arrying oun the I:tsines! in the city of Charles
;ratc, Georgi.t, North Caro!ina ad Florida, ai
W. P. Rt
()TIE.- n nccount of the ianner in wii(
tion If the risk of lreak:cte of Ib, swith Ol
ie ro.tdk in ti k Stctt, at, il A LF N ATES, wb ic
Mar. 12, 1873-10-ly.
Sash and Blinds,1
Tilfes, Wire G rd,Tvrra C'tt
Ware., Marbjli! and4 Shato .\bn:le
1IN0 W LSSA S PE01A LT Y
,:ee wz appliv:liun, by
P. P. T6AlE,
21n llaynv and i:m Li (eyv .
Oc. 2, 'T 2 -ly C'al t n .'
GEO. S. IIA CKER.
)oor, Sash aind Blind Faetory,
TilS S S aRE AD OMLEEr
4 "oya hr i nteSuh
ar and Bleoos inse,op
os IteI C:mn Stcret, oncliec o' CcRil
I c X~n' cGEO!. S.c IIACKER
* i tP Z: c. B o 0n hrtn . C.
LOFCE2 &f W~m ccI 1EELEli' Agets.
LNo inge~sI an lndHFacy ,
SD L.YPRES AIINCOLErE Aue
orv a ic i i a di dSrailitn. n
~ortes ntcicct.udlrd at acy pin
Sthe lie ril ou. ndaidmn
Alid nocc hand ,onleotCiy:c
Apply Adreose,~ to cj R
J'. . FO W 7,CaLE~tc,S.
LOpr IK,C 1:;-: LLE:,Aget.
TH ucrie s on hd atPeake
'er hundredv ea:ch, whi lccich e offers very
w.c' 1ccci,cc Ie is cou'stanul recevn sim lcr
S. Order wilO be,o pl ane to .
F. . DOWLNESK
Feb. 12, 1- - ALTO,c.C
WANTED ry a opeen adrible
>:occkee r itoiee a . set ofc Books. For.
rth er oraillnb apply tthaed o
rR 3. O p.-r HERouALD~ NoFFIcCrE.f
iiv Ei: ,BA!:DS O Oe 100 d ifferent pat
cet onl hain.!, ise 1. at New Y 't:k pries.
le to order at .h..rt noti:ce. Sta ir Itail , Ne
:d andu madec to i r.lr. Gondl an.d sublstantial
an he m:ade in :he I i:ed Stae' We have
if the ciy olf altimiore, all of which we guar
ant good aml sibtantia work.
mnies, Sash. Blind and Do'or Makters, by Trade,
otn, and can refer to, gentlemnen all over this~
to the character of their work for the past
ISSELL & CO., (Uiarlcston, S- -
ii we box up our wvork, andl our own assump
linary hi:iidling, our goods are shipped over
i is a great saving toe the purebaser of our work.
W. r. R~USSELL & Co.
SOUTH CAROLINA R. R.,
Steamshtips, :iud Connecting Ioads,
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line
Via Charleston, S. C.,
TO AND FRlOM
New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Balti
Ot'er superior iincmts to Shippers of
Freight. Quick tim e anid safe delivery guar
P .otengerst il i nil this not only the cheap
est, but the most dlelihtfl toute bettwee-n
New York p And pnts West. leg:nt steam
ers 0on the line.
lihrough licet otr sale at hipe above
points, aod at all principal points West.
Vice-resident, S. C. AO. R.
S. -. Pnsisn, Ceneral ticket AgeIt, S.
C. 1. It. A pr. 9, id-t f.
ClhARLOTTE, COLUMIL .INI
JA.\l lS A~ N I )ElSiN, Gem-rai l ueitn
G.roa. Soten!!Y,'e. Freight and PsegrLr
Ticket C.hatc, C lmii . S. C.,
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
Leave Ch.irlotte, 7.15 . .a. ndi a.2 B.M.*
" Coh:mi!eiia, 2.:2.) P.M. .md :: b :'. .Ms
Ai ive at Aui-i, 7.4 .M. and 8.:;f .effi
Cos .: Nottn.
Leave AugustIa, ;.".5 ..t. andl 5.5'i rat."
"ll IN NI ba.1:::a n 1.5 P>.
P.' T'raiis iirIIkd di not run oii un
'it tai :iake e!ose conuctior. to all
Ne ont rj. ati-! 1))iintV. Elean steani
Elegant Sl.epiag Cats on Night Trains.
Theo conetions are tnmtrouis, and with
the priniiipal li:;es of travel in North Caro
lina, South I'.irinat and Ge;orgia.
.Ppr e, :-t..
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
L. M. COiLE, Gencral Ticket Agent, l.ti
JAMNE A. J)RSN, G ent-ral Passpertner
A gent, Cincinniati, Ohio.
Great National Route to the West
Tilc,A lid, ot-WS.
The on!v .inei running Pldlmain's Palace
CaIs, aid legan t lay CoAebe b2 Ptwi n
Baltimnore and Walhingaton, Cinciinnati and
WIT!iOUT P Il.IN AE.
It is the BEST ROUTE to Chicago, Columbus,
Louisville, Nashiville, MIemphis, and
Its con necltion ar m- nany ::nd implortant,
making niore diret connections through
I'nijoni Depots witih othiir lines, than any'
other Ritul Linec fromt Washington or Balti
Thc supe-irb eqpiipments of this Line, G'randl
Senery, its advanitages in modern i:nprove
muets, and permuanent structures of Iron
!!idges antd Stonie Viadnets, are .otable
feaitures, a! ol mcmen it to lie traveller.
LE T it br: di--tly u ttnde stood tha't the
is in full bla:t and doing things up all ritdht,
and o l prepiar-ed for a gzood run this~ Fall.
All lkinds iof work donie in good style, in
eldingi copying of ld Pictures, Fillingu Pins,
A finie lot of
Comie along' during this pretty weather.
W. If. WISEMAN.
Oct. 2, -0-tf.
SO UT HE RN
ervais Street, near Greenville and Colum
COLUMBIA, 8. C..
IS PREilPAR~ED TO RECEIVE COTION
and other properiy upon storage, and make
advanices upon the samle. Cotton shipped to
this house will lie .,tored subiject to the order
of the owner, and the lowest rates charged
for stoinge. All property so stored will .be
insured in good reliabtle compauies, if in
surance is desired: and advances wvil be made
at the lowest banking rates. Oar store
hoses are so located that drayage is nott
necsary; and no charge for handliing will
All business commnunications shonld be
address:d to the Tre-a,urier.
ED)WAI) ll uPE, President.
EDwiN F. G.u'nY, Treasurer. 4
WE are prepared to grind from one to
one hundred and fifty bushels Corn per day,
ad will fnrnish free transportation of their
rain to and fromn our mill for our patrons
free of charp.
wenn mOmE & P ARKER.
Anthoriz ai .... ...... %"10,04
Guaranw;ed C t!............ 5oo,oul
Deps.ited with Siate Comptrollers
for Sec.rity of Policy lders. .150,00(
. d. . SsTON................ Prosideni
. i 10 .. ... . ... ........ .vice-Presideni
Gi:o. S. 02....... ...........Sqecrutuu
J. .. rm.............. General Agern
J. 3 :aa Gun:EN, M1. I...Medical Ex'
W. J. M.1 . ............ st '1 of Agecie;
C. F. MCa ....................Actuars
Ni:w:nR 2. HN.. S. C.,
Decelnbier 19. 1s72.
At a eetin - of Policy Holders, at
Newberry (. 11., a iuard of Advisory
Truces~ of the COTTON STATE's
LIFE INSUlANCE C031PANY
was orguanized. and the following ol
Tnw.-k,S3. 314)(l61AN. - President
W..Nr. ],.N;:o11. - Vice-'resident
0. L. S'IL.\T T, - - Secretar
The Coimpany is in the finest possi
ble condiition--having 8175 to 8111C
A >ivid 1iid has I k-el,n declared o
all P-li,ik, ue pri" to Janu:ry
M. W. ABNEY,
ASSE TS - - $1,100,000.
ION. J1EFF1iSON D)AVIS,
GEN. WADJE ULA3PTON. Vice
Pres-ident. anid Superintendan1t of
Atlant iie Departnienit.
J. D). KE:NNEDY, State Ageut.
J1. F. GLENN, Agent Newberry Co.
Among its Directors arc some of the
first businiess umen of the country.
iWe gusaee htone.sty of itmnment,
i.e peysettlement of h>s.-es.
July 10, '72-28-1y.
Planters should examine thme above
amed old amnd reliable Gin before buing~
any other. It combinmes the required qual
tics or Simplicity, Strength and Diura
bility, It gins rast and clean, mnakes
excellenit lint (of ten bringing 1-4e, to
-2e. per 1b. above market,) and is univer
ally admnitted to be the lightest running~
in made. We have had thirty years' ex
erience in the business, and warrant every
in perfect. Gins constantly in thme hands
f our agent s, to which we invite inspection.
Circulars, with testimonials and full
>articulars, *ay be had by addressing,
ISRAEL F. BROWN, President,
Brown Cotton Gin Co.,
New London, Conn.
WEBB, JONES & PAR~KER, Agents.
Mar. 5, -4m.
MADE AND REPAIRED
AT MY S!IOP ON
NEWBERRtY, S. C.
Give Me a Trial.
JOHN A. CHAPMAN.
Mar. 2d, 1 2--3m.
valuable in Teething, and Summer Com
plaints of Children. Cures
sudm other Diseases, incident to the period
fl Den tition.
Unlike the "Soothming Syrups," now so
idely used, this CORDIA L contains
r other injurious Drug. It is composed of
e very best materials, and should be
>und in every Nursery. The best physi
ians recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON, S. C
gg For sale by MOT'IE & T ARR ANT,
awberry S. C. May i, 18tf.
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and lnid
some building immediately opposite the
P-eon\ix rilce, on Main street, a complete
Compri.in Letter, Cap:n:a Note Paper, of
a1l sizes, qualties and of every descriptioll;
Flat PapLer, of Cap, Diny, Double-Ca), Me
diuiml, Royal!, Super-Royal, and Imperial
wis, which w ); ( he I ld il: v quantity, or
m:nfalctured into lian llooks of aily si'e,
and uiled to any p,attern, and bound in any
style, at short niC.
In cndle.s vxecty-all sizes, colors and quali
Of' evere vtriotv, Menoranilurn and Pas
!'t [.k, Iiiv,ice and Letter
Iook, 1eip;* Boo;,I -Note: l%:.k,;.
AliCilli 1W 1 and lI:)A UGl-TSMEN ' will
find a complc ock (if iaterials for their
use. Drawi:l- Papr, in .4hcet- and rolls,
Bristol ioards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Color", in c..kcs and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Pliutogrb Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
AlNe, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cascs, superbly-inounted Riubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copyin-,; Mucilage; Chess and Back
.aminon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed
!,aug Cirds, and everything usuaily kept in a
First Class Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
lie will still conduct his BINDERY and
LANK B4)()K MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ES1ABLISIDIENT, which
has been in succes:,ful operation for over
thirty years in thi.; State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. Ilis stock vill be kept up full and
complete, and his prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phonwix Otce.
5 t Per Day: Agents Warted!
$ to$2 A ll classes olworkIng peo.
ple of either sex, youn;g or old, make nmore inon
er at work for us in their spare momieuts. or all
tie tilie. than at anvthing else. Particulars
free. Address G. Stiuson & (v.. Portland.
Maine. Jan. 15. 2-1y.
DAVIS & CO.,
WAS IIIN(TOX. D. C.
A Great Public Want, at last, Supplied.
There are hundreds o men in :ill parts of the
country who daily need INOILMA lioN in ze
.ard to Penins. Bountices, Patents. Internal
o:,.venue Lo:i.ei:ed e o:i-ow. tve condition
of ('ontra.ctor-' :,ecouiuts. or somie others of the
endlessclacims which go befnire the seeralI De
p artmnents of the Governmiae:t which inforia
tion. if' it can be fuirnishedi reliably and proimpt
lv. saves themi tie iion of time and the expein-e ot
a' visit to the seat ofl u vernriient. If t'on seek it
of your 3lemiber ofCongress-::bsorbed. as he is.
in his punbhic dutiev-yu 'imp ose upion him fre
quenitly ai con'iderabl e exra burden: aind, per
ch:anee. are Ob.'d to .'ubmtit :o delay.
W e ec .i fa: nish. upvn ihe -hottest notice, spe
citie :i:d reliable iitnfrm~ato in regardI to any
point involved in the bu.'ien of the various Bu,
reau-; or can tan act al.y of the buciness before
thein. The aid your I epre-centatives will. froms
ob.vious reason', be very williang to afford us,
nt hen necessary ; our long acquainta::ce and i'a
:niiiarity with the oilicer' at:d with toe routine
ot publi'c business. and our promipt und unremit
ting atte'ntio.n to all raatters enti usted to us. en
able us to offeir the best facilities for obtaining
information; and we desire to afford it on the
moct reasonable terms.
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