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The more we hear and the more
we read about the success attend
ant upon the raising of sheep in
this State, the greater is our won.
der that more of our people do not
engage in it. It requires little or
no preparation, no special farm
arrangements, no costly out-lay,
nor is there an acre of land in
Hinds county outside of the
swamps that would not answer
for sheep range.
We hear of a man in Rankin
county who started with a flock
of a half a dozen sheep less than a
half dozen years ago. He has
been eating good mutton ever
since-has sold sheep-has clothed
his family from the sale of wool
and to-day has over 500 sheep on
his place, worth $2.50 a head.
And to-day there is a successful
farmer within 4 miles of Raymond,
who, four years ago, bought two
lambs for which he paid $5. From
this commencement he has had
these results: 1. He has brought
to his table 11 good muttons; 2.
He has sold 6 head, for which he
received $26 ; 3. He sold wool the
1st year to the amount of $6, the
2d year to tbe amount of $13; the
3rd year to the amount of $18;
and now has his 4th year's clip,
worth about $20--total for wool,
$57 ; an d 4. His flock n ow num
bers 38 head of sheep. And it has
all . been done with but a trifle of
attention and labor, and without
We must repeat that it is
strange that any farmer wvho is at
all settled, can afford to do without
a flock of sheep.
.But we have~heard it said that
we cannot raise sheep And dogs.
Possibly not. Then let us dis
pense with dogs ; and they will he
diQpensed with if the farmers of
the country ask it. The dogs in
Hinds county now consume more
than 25,000 additionalisheep would
consume. Can we afford ?onger
to feed the dogs and do without
the sheep? Our debating so
cieties, and we believe we have a
remnant of them still in the~ coun
ty, (though in a languishing con
dition,) would do well to discuss
this question ; and the discussion,
if found interesting, might be ad
joined from the debating society
-to the Grange.-Hinds .County
Few men who handle horses
give proper attention to the feet
and legs. Espe$ially is this the
case on farms. Much time is
spent of a morning in rubbing,
brushing, and smoothing the hair
on the sides and hips; but at no
time are the feet examined and
properly cared for. Now, be it
known that the feet of a horse
require more care than the body.
They need ten times as much, for
in one respect they are almost the
entire horse. All the grooming
that can be done won't avail any
thing if the horse is forced to
stand where his feet will be filthy.
In this case the feet will become
disordered, and then the legs will
get badly out of fix ; and with
bad feet and bad legs, there is not
much else of the horse fit for any
If there is a profession upon
earth, which must be practiced in
order, it is that of farming. There
should be a time for everything
as well as a place, and more de
pends upon timing work on a
plantation than on almost any
thing else. Good seed ,good sow
ing, good plowing, good cultiva
tion, are good only when em
ployed at the right time, and
many a man, if he looks back over
1877, will see that his failures
arose from a disregard of nature's
Legbhorn eggs average ten to
~rd.~vr~n fo ~i nour~d. Those of light
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Passenger Trains run daily, Sunday excepted,
ainecting with the Fast Day Trains on South
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" Alston, - - 12.55 p m 0
Newberry, - - - - 2.10 p mI
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Belton, - - 6.55 p m
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Belton, 9.30 a m
Hodges, - - 1103a m
Newberry, - - - 2.08 p m
" Alstoir, 3.40 p m
rrive Columbia, - - - 5.15 p m
Lnderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road. "
eave Walhalla at, - - 6.10 a m
" Perryville, - - 6.50 a m
" Pendleton, - - 7.40 a m
" Anderson, - - 835 a m
rrive at Belton, - - 9.2. a m
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" Pendleton 8.46 p m
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ryon City...... 7.10 a. m. 6.50 a. m.
andrums....... 7.23 6.28
ampabello....., 7.40 6.08
iman........... 8.0 5.50
ampton........ 8.10 5.88
ir Line Junct'n 8 30 5.20
partanburg.... 8.40 9.10e a.m. 6.09 5.00
acolet............... 9.54 5 25
nesville........... 10.18 5.05
non......... 10.45 10.50 419 430
ituc............ 11.20 3.49
ish Dam........11.38 11.40 3.29
elton............ 1200 3 00 8.05
yles'Ford..... 12.12 2.48
rothers.......... 12.3) . 2.28
.ston.... .... .1.1t p. m. p. m. 1.40
JAS. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
oth Carolinai Railroad Company.
CHARLESTON, March 8, 1878.
On and after Sunday next, the 3d instant,
c Passenger Tranins on this road will run
(Sunday morning excepted.)
eave Charleston at... .9.00 a m and 7.30 p m
rrive at Augusta at.. .5.00 p m and 6.55 a m
(Sunday morning excepted.)
eave Charleston at. ....5.00 a.m and 8.30 p m
rive at Columbia at.10.50 a m and 7.45 a m
(Sunday morning excepted.)
eave Augusta at....8.30 a m and 7.40 p m
rrive at Charleston at4.20 p m and 7.45 a m
eave Columbia at.... .6.00 p m and 8.00 p m ]
rrive at Charleston at12.15 Night & 6.45. m m
eave Summerville...........--..7.44 a m
.rrive at Charleston.................8.40 a m ,
cave Charleston....................3.15 p m 1
.rrive at Summerville. ........... 4.25 p m -
ACCOMMODATION PASSENGER AND
(Daily, except Sundays.)
ave Columbia at..............5.30 A. M1.
.rrive at Branchville at..........12.25 Noon
eave Branchville at..............1250 Noon
.rrive at Columbia at..........7.00 P. M1.
Breakfast, Dinner and Supper at Branch
Connects at Kingville daily (Sundays ex
Ipted) with Accommulodation Train from
olumba and with up Day Passenger Train
-om Charleston. Accommodation Train
nnects at Branchville with up and down
.ugusta Day Passenger Trains.
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta j
'ith Georgia Railroad, Central Railroad,
nd Macon and Augusta Railroad. This
ute is the quickest and inost direct to At
Lnta, Macon, Montgomery, New. Orleans,
ashile, Louisville, Cincinnati, 'Chicago,
. Louis, and other points in the Northwest.
The Trains on the Greenville and Colum
ia and Spartanburg and Union and Blue
idge Railroads make close connection
'ith the Train which leaves Charleston at
A. 31., and returning they connect in same
Lanner with the Traim which1leaves Colum
a for Charleston at 6 P. M.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at New
erry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
harlotte.Columlbia and Augusta Rail
yad connects closely at their crossing near
olumbia with the train which leaves Char
ston at 5 A. M. and with the train which
ayes Columbia at 6 1'. M.1
This is the quick4toute to all points North
Leave Charleston at.......... 5.00 a m =
Leave Columbia at..........10.40 a m
Leave Charlotte at........... 3.45 p m
Leave Danville at...........10.30 p m
Leave Lynchbu2rg at.........1.05 a m
Arrive at Washington......... 8.10 a m
Arrive at Baltimore.......... 9.30 a m
Arrive at Philadelphia......... 1.45 p m
Arrive at New York via "Lim 4.10pm
Arrive at New York via Regn- 5.10pm
ONLY ONE NIGHT ON THE WAY!
Close connection. No Omnibus transfers
ad no delays. Pullman Cars from Colum
La to Washington, Washington to New
This is the only Route connecting with the
agnificent Sound Line of Steamers out of
ew York for Boston, every afternoon.
Passengers desiring to go from Danville ct
a Richmond will arrnve in Richmond at a
35 A. 1., and in New York at 10.05 P. M.,
.me as the Route via Wilmington,
S. S. SOLOMONS, Gen. Supt.
S. B. PICKENS, Gen. Pass. Agent.
Harness and Saddles.
. N. PARKER,
CCESSOR TO WE, .TONES & PARKER,
~etween Pool's Hotel and the Post Ofnce,)
Having boght the E NT IR E S T OCK
'the Harness and Saddle Manufactory of
essrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I am pre
tred to do all kinds of work in this lbe,.
Iso will keep on hand for sale, HARNESS,
LDDLES, &e., HARNESS LEATHER,
)LE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
the best and cheap~st. REPAIRING
d all work done to order
t Cah Prices and at Shortest
AUGUSTA, GA., AUGUST 1, 1877.
the "FURNITURE' trade of the South,
purchased as cheap from me as in the
the standard of my goods, and add new
'er possible, and spared no expense to place
my stock and prices before purchasing
attention as if given in person.
,nd copy all the different prices of Bed
ing, Parlor and Ladies' Desks, Secretaries,
by me, and therefore, this list contains only
a, yours respectfully,
F, A.ugusta, G-a. .
10ry Goods and .1rotions.
'ROM THE MOUNTAINS TO
he Cry is for Hampt n!L
And it finds a responsive echo in the
earts of all, and gives universal satisfac
on, but there is a void yet to be filled, all
ver the land that other cry is loud and i
GIVE US CHEAP
he man is no patriot or lover of his fellow PH(
an who does not respond to this call. In
I Offer My Elegant New.
prin[ aod Summer Goods El
t such prices as will fill every heart with BIM
V. Conic and see me or send an order.
C. F. JACKSON,
.EADER OF LOW PRICES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A pr. 2, 14-Uf.
111ARGE W, OTWOET0
)ANIIEI MILLER & o, Ai
IM[PORTERs AND JOBBERS OF
WHITE G~OODS,&c. *
327 and 329 Baltimore b'r
42 and 44 German Sts., o
3ALTIMORE, MD. B
Feb. 13, 7-6u1.
atches; clocks, Jewelry.
MARIEM ID. JEIIELRT
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.H
I have now on hand a lairge and elegant
VATCHIES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
TLIN AND GUITAR STRINGIS,M
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.H
All orders by wail promptly attended to. som
Iatchmaking and Repairifgs
Done Cheaply und with Dispatch. o
call and examine my stock and prices. as
Nov. 21, 47-tf. man
rugs ' .Fancy .Jrticles. sy
DR. E. E. JACKSON, tie'
COLUMBIA, S-. C. Bis2
Removed to store two doors next to
Wheeler House. Of e
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi- and
.ls, Perfumcries, Toilet Articles', Garden P1
id Field Seeds, always in store and at folio
oderate prices. ~ ra'
Orders prompDtly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15-Lf- All
'~ / has
7""4 "i"BFFS H
Fr~rn my Premium BUFF COCHINS Ha
AA Li,. 12 i'i 00 for A26. PARTRIDGE stead
$2.00 PER ANNUM.
11& A-v ID
CARDS, - BRIEFS,
OTE HEADS, 0 STATEMENTS,
"ER HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS,
I L L HEADS, Im INVITAriONS,
PAMPHLETS, HAND BILLS,
E tc., &c. . ETC., &c.
PRINTED AT TIF
RALD PRINTING OFFICE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
An elegant lot
'itation and Wedding Papers,
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCh.
PAPER DOLLS and
&c., &c., &ce
SRALD BOO STORE.
PAPER of all kinds,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT THE
SRALD BOOE STORE.
0HOOL BOOKS, and all other kinds o1
)KS, or any article in the. STATIONERY
E PROMPTLY FILLED.
rHERALD and Proprietor Book Store.
.7,4-tf. __ __
ONE DOL?BAR A YEAR
7R MO1NTHLY is a magazine devoted to ge5n
and religious reading. Its contains 24
Ie column pages, and every endeavor wil
rychi rtably incline prson shonld sub-.
e for it, as the entire subscription is devoted
ie support of the orphans in the
~ton, S. C.b whom althe work upo it
asked for it. Will 'not the friends of the'
inage get up a list or subscribers for us and
able deserving boys to assist in supporting
.1 sbcriptions should be sent at once to the
r ad pbliheEV. WM. P. JACOBS,
t. 20, 42--tf. Clinton, S 'C.
ANOT HER L ARGE 'LOT
FROM FIVE CENTh UP.
in. 30, 5-tf.
ationery and Binding
E. R. STOKES
AS just opened, in~ the new and hand
e building immediately 'opposite the
nix office, on Main street, a complete
prising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
izes, qualities and of every description;
Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
a, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
, which will be sold in any quantity, or
ufactured into Blank Books of any size,
ruled to any -pattern, and bouIid in any
adless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
avry variety, Memorandum and Pass
ks, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
is, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ICITECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
a complete stock of*'materials for their
Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,.
tl Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
r, Pencils, WaterColors, In cakes and
s, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
rery description; a great variety of con
nt and useful articles for goth Tnhr
totograh Albums,' Writing Desks, Port
, Cabas, with boxes, -and a countless
,o, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber.
ack, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
Copying;- Mucilage; Chess and Back
non Me and Boards: Visiting and Wed
Cards, and everything usually kept in a
st (Jiass Stationery louse,
:h the subscriber intends this shall be.
will still conduct his BINDERY and
NK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
-RULNG .ESTABLISHMENT, which
been in successful operation for over
years in this State, and to which hr'
ontinue to devote his own personal af
an. His stock will be kept up full a
miete, and his prices will be found alwfs
abie, and he hopes to have a sha(o
nae.. R. STOKES, Main Street~
v. 15, 46-if Opposite Phenix 0%ce.
>ine Makr UnerIker
s)one Mandean w&l Uaeo aer.d
s onhand Wandrobes. m ak O aras. ed
s. Bureaus, Wardrobes, Saf~s, Sofas,
Oj M (
Apr. 17, 16-6m
in the Wt gres the result of his a
The PHYSIOLOPY OF MARRIAG
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVIS
Dooks hatSre cuse~I andstransretne li
ter iin to==an ad ===Wma aho d s;l
ne e, areb-- y sad
lsandesi undamerstdr1a tnabboth bre
p Dr.Battew wor166m.
thci N o; the E
frO~inaa flum her f; I
to.wthe gms o rwao i
TOUeAE PRICEs- MI. each AD
]3koffpie in mmonyso admps.
-- The *medy of the 19th casery
ISAD2 Barham's Infalilbi
For the speyCure mina1 Weak ls
Manhtod all e brout on
cretion or ex Any Drgithas te1l?r
dients. Dr. . Jwzmi no No.
West Sixth , -m
ad pine V. hit tnlmu
Apr. 17, 16-1y. .he -U in
Attorneys at Law,
Successors to Chiinan, Hor & Co.,
629 F. Street, Washington, D.
American and Foreign atnts
Patentsmprocured inallcountrie. NS i
A DVANcE. Nochaige unless th 3eeztI gre t
ed. No fees- for m ing p nary
tions. No additional lees for obtaing 4
conducting a'rehearing. S~cattetoi
to Interference Cases o the Patent
Extensions before Congre0nfrngement -
in different States, and.all litiation
AXPULET 0-SIXTY PAGES. O
United States Courts andDpate
Claims prosecuted in tl W Supreme I te
United States, Court of Claims,.Cou nrtos
missioners of Alabama Claims, Southern
Commission and all sorts of war elaindefore
the Executive Departments.
O,PIcEns, so.DrRnS andaLOR.os o ate
war, or their heirs, are in- many cases t
money from the Government, of
have no knowledge. Write -fall
vice, and dtate amount of pyaduI
received. Enclose stamp, and aflrpyae
examination, will be given you free.
All onFIcEa soLDIEES and &AXOi um
ed, rutured or injured in the late-war, ~oee
slighl, can obtain apeso, manynovreceir'
lug pensions are enlle'd toan Inoreana Send~
stamp and information will be firnise ee.
United States General Land OfH
Contested -Land Cases, Pivate Ln~au
Mining Fr-mton and,~
poeuted beoethe GnrlLm
Deartment of the Interior.
Old Bounty Lani Warrants. -
Thelat 4eprt f-the Cn9 h
General LandOffice shows 2,897,500 ares of
BonyLand Warrants outstanding. The were
issue under acts of 1855 and piracts.* -
cash for them. Send by reitrd e1 r
asinets are-imperfect we give
to e4~tthem. i
Eahdepartment of our business is conoe
in a seDarste bureau, uder the charge
rienoed lawyers and clerks.
By reason of error or fraud man
are suspended froum p
and other offices each year. Ci
attores have been.thuissuaeddWllkga
tultouus furnished with inf and
proper papers on applicaontus
As we charge no fee unless sucesitap
for return postage should be sent-us."
Liberal arrangements made with at seyin
all classes of business.
.0. Box 44. Washington$.
WABEnIGT0N, D. C., November -
I take pleasure in exrsig my enI -.
dence in the rsosiblt and id he
Law, Patent and Colectio House of &
Co., of this cty.GOG .B
1ORBL ANI S24.
inot easily earned in these times,
777ut it casn Uo made in three months
b y any one of either sex, in. ny
part of the country, who sis ln
to work steadily.at. the..employment that
we furnish. $i6 per week in your ownutown.
You need not .be away firom homne oye'
night. You can give your whole timeto the
work, or only your spare moments. .We
have agents who are making over- $20 er
day. All who engage at once can mk
money fast. Al.theet t(me money -
canno be made so eaily an,rpdyat
ayother business. It-Sosts ntigtr~y
the business. Terms and $5 Outfree.
Address at once, H. BALLET? & CO.', Fort
land, Maine Aug. I131-1y*
8KVU * A ND H AIR BRERSI