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"A" AN'191 ;6B" AS FARMERS.%
Many people attribute success or
its opposite, to good luck or bad
luck; but after watching and scan
ning closely the actions of people.
we have come to the conclusion
that, in general, people are the
authors of the*r luck. Take, for
instance, two farmers, whom we
will call A. and B. After A has
gathered all his crop he begins
preparation for another. He clears
his ground of sprouts and bushes,
fixes his fences and water-gaps, and
if he breaks his land before Christ
mas, it is work that will be well
rewarded. After B has gathaeed
his crop, which is very easily done,
he sees nothing at all to do. It
seems to him a long time before he
need do any more work. He goes
to every public place within his
reach, generally without any busi
ness at all. He will ride eight or
ten miles to a cash sale, as though
he designed to buy at least a thou
sand dollars' worth, when at the
same time he has not a cent. He
does no work of any sort until af
ter Christmas. He cuts a few
brush and throws them on some
of the lowest pannels of his fence ;
half breaks his land. and gets ready
(?) to pl-ant. A begins to plant
calmly and carefully ; sees that 'his
rows are laid off tighit, and the seed
deposited at the right distance,
and is very careful io have the seed
B commences piantingin a hurry.
All is bustle and hurry ;he little
cares whether his rows are laid oft
uniformly and of the iight width
or not : he would as soon lay them
up and down the hill as on the
level. He cares but little how his
seed are dropped, and fully as little
how they are covered. A generially
reports to his neighbors that he
has a very good stand of corn, cot
ton and everything he plants. B
never was known, by the oldest, to
have a good stand of anything.
Sometimes his corn comes up as
thickly as his cotton ought to,
and his cotton so thick that
he does not get it thinned till dog
days ; but this is not a good stand.
As soon as A's seed are well up, he
begins work in real earnest-losing
as little time as possible. B is
afraid to work his young corn and
cotton too soon, as it may make a
late frost kill them, or else it may
injure the tender roots. So he
hunts, fishes, arnd frolics about till
his fields look like a bolt of green
silk from centre to circumference.
A begaps working over the second
time,while his crop is yet clean, and
assas diligently as he did the2
first time. B is now in a great
hurry to get over the first time.
He always says it is the worst
spring to tend a crop he ever
saw. He gets over ; but he
has just about thinned the grass
and weeds enough to make them
grow and do well. A keeps on and
loses no - ti;"e. If the ground is
dry, he ploughs on ; if it is too wet,
he spends his time in pulling weeds,
bushes, grass, or anything else
that is doing an injury. The
ground soon becomes too dry and
bard for B to plough. He says it
wilkill corn and cotton to plough
them when the ground is so dry
and hot. So he takes his gun or
fishing pole, or both, and some
times spends almost a week saun
tering and idling about. When it
rains. B thinks the ground will be
too wet for several days, and goes
out fishing or hunting again. When
be begins to plough the grass
chokes him up. He says it out
grows any grass he ever saw. A
works at his ease and keeps his
farra ecan. B throws away sev
eral acres which he had planted.
laying all the blame on the difficult
season to till the ground. A lays
by clean and nice, and in the mean
time keeps a sharp lookout around
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attention to his fences, but idles
about till stock gets into his fields
and almaost eat up what little he
has made. A gathers, as a general
thiing, a tolerab:y good crop,
whether ?he season is wet or dry.
B~ never galhers a good crop, no
atter what t-he season may have
C ms.-I thinlk thirteen eggs
is sufficient for a large hen and
fewer for a small one. I never
Oallow two hens to Uit together, nor
;Ven near each mllC, for tley
either exebange nesis or o4ght. Ii
lways place th1e coops for the
young cbiels il a sony spot.
where the rays of the sun will be
surc to reach thc m. I --ecp the
hens, with their broods, confined
for several days. for. if running at
large, the chicks are expLsed to
the ruorning dews, which are very
unwho!esome for them. In a day
or two after the chicks are hatched,
I prepare a mixture of meal and
black pepper with a small quantity
of soda and some mustard, which I
feed to them twice a week, and oc
casionally after they are of frying
size I find the mixture beneficial.
When the chicks are about six
weeks old, if the hen does not seem
inclined to wean them, I separate
them from her for a week and then
they are able to take care of them
selves ; but I give them a little feed
night and morning. The chicks
grow much faster after being
weaned than before. I never allow
more than three hens to carry
broods at one time. I have given
as many as thirty chicks to one
hen, and never saw chicks grow
faster or seem more healthy than
they were. This plan I -do not
practice in early spring, but when
the weather is hot I invariably do
so, and discontinue it in the fall,
for in cold weather "the mother
cannot warm so large a brood
HELP ONE ANoTE.-"Tbis little
sentence should be written on every
heart-stamped on every m2em ory.
It should be the golden rule prac
tice, not only in every~ household,
but throughout the world. By
helping one another w.e not only
remove the~ thorns from the pathI
way and anxiety f h i
but we feel a sense ofpleasure in
our hearts, knowing we are doing a
duty to a fellow creature. A help
ing hand or an encouraging word
is no loss to us, yet is a benefit to
others. Who has not felt the pow
er of a little sentence~? Who has
not needed the encouragement and
aid of a kind friend ? How sooth
ing when perplexed with some
task that is both difficult and bur
densome, to feel a gentle hand on
the shoulder, and to hear a kind
voice whispering, 'Do not be dis
couraged ; I see your troubles, let
me help you.' What strength is
inspired, hope created, what sweet
gratitude is felt ; and the great
difficulty dissolves as dew before
the sunshine. Yes, let us help one
another, by endeavoring to strength
en and encourage the weak ; and
lifting the burden of care from the
weary and oppressed, that life may
glde smoothly on, and the fount of
bitterness yield sweet waters; and
He whose willing hand is ever
ready to aid us, will reward our
humble endeavors, and every good
deed will be 'bread upon the water,
to return after many days,' if not
eo us, at least to those we love."
UsE OF LnDE.-Prof. C8ldwell
reasons in this way in the New
"Hence the first and one of the
most important rules to be ob
served in the use of lime is that it
should be applied in these large
doses only to soils comparatively
rich in humus, or strong clay soils
rich in finely divided silicate. It
as been proved by experiment
that lime will convert plant food
from the insoluble to the soluble
forms in either case. We find the
proverb current in France and Ger
many, as well as in onr own lan
guage, that 'Lime without manure'
makes the father rich but the
children poor;' which means plainly
enough that not only should we
start with good soil in using lime,
but should maintain its good con
dition by the liberal use of manure; ;
and we find that wvhen ever, in this
country ir elsewhere, lime is used
nteligently, manure is used freely."
To PoLisu Bii.ss.-Oil of vitriol,
one ounice ; sweet oil, one-half gill;
pulverized rottenstone, one gill;
rain water, one and one-half pints.
Iix and shake when used. Apply
with a rag, and polish with old
45 Years Before the Public.
DR. Ce MLANES
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DZA .N sC HEADACHE.
Symptons of a Diseased Liver.
T)AIN in the righ: side. under the
I edge ot i ribs, increases on pres
sure sometime the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left e sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder bladc, and
it frequently extend to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rhetumatism in the arm. The stom
ach is affected with loss of appetite
and sickness; the bowels in general
are costive, somctimes alternative with
lax; the head is troubled with pain,
accompanic with a dull, heavy sen
sation in the back part. There is gen
erally a considerable loss of memory,
accoinpanied with a painful sensation
of having left undone something which
ought to have been done. A slight,
dry cough is sometimes an attendant.
The patient complains of weariness
and debility; he is easily startled, his
feet are cold or burning, and he com
plains of a prickly sensation of the
skin; his spirits are low; and although
he is satisfied t'nat exercise would be
beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try it.
In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms attend
the disease, but cases have occurred
where few of them existed, yet exam
ination of the body, after death, has
shown the LIVER to have been exten
AGUE AND FEVER.
DR. C. MCLANE'S LIVER PILLS, IN
CASES OF AGUE AND FEVER, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a FAIR TRIAL.
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with the impression DR. MlcLANE'S
I..I E P:U.s.
The genuine McL.\NE's L1IvER PILLS
bear the signatures of C. McLANE and
F.EMING BiRos. on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McL..i's LIVERt PILLS, prepared by
Fiming Brs., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the
market' beingz full of imitations of the
namew M?Zc Lan c. spelled d;ifferently but
ESTABLISH ED 1865.
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Gt. 10, 42-tf.
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the school Sept. 9th, as conveniently and
profitably as at any other time.
Rates for the 15 weeks: Board, exclu4ive
of washing, $45.(0O; Regular Tuition, $7.50
to $15.00 ; Instrumen tal M usic, $15.00.
No extra charge for Latin, Calisthen;irs,
or Health-Lift, or for Kindergarten Lassons
in the Primary Departmer.t.
Relying entirely on its own merits as a
live, thorough school, it confidently expects
a continuance of the liberal patrotnage it
has thtus far enjoyed.
Our new Catalogute sets forth the wonder
ful advantages of the One-Study Pian, and
the other valuable peculiarities of the Insti
For a copy, address
REV. S. LANDER, A.M.,
Aug. 21, 1878. 37-ly.
To the Traveling__Public.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form his friemis and the genet a! public,
that be has opened a BOARDING H1OUSE
at the corner of Nance and Frier,d Streets,
not fdr fronm thte Depot. As the rooms ate
well appointed, the table abundantly sup
plied with well cooked food, and the ser
vants polite and attentive, he hopes to give
satisfaction. A. W. T. SIMMONS
Mar. 28, 13-tf.
FAHIONBLE B ARfBERl,
NE WBERR Y, S. C.
SHOP NEXT DOOR NORTH of POST OFFICE.
A clean shave, a neat cut, and polite at
tentioni wnaranteed. May 3, 18-tf.
DR. J. W. SIMPsoN. J. WISTAR SIMPSON.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
Spartaniburg County, So. Ca.
3PEN TO VISITORS ALL TUE YEAR ROUND
Accessible from Union C. H., on the
partanburg & Union R. R , sixteen nuies
outhi-east of the Springs, and from Spar
:anburg 0. H., twelve miles North. There
tre good Livery Stables at each of these
RATES OF BOARD, COT rAGE RENT, &c.
E'or Singie Meals.-.........-- - -.- 75
EFor a Dy..........---------- 0t
Vor a Week per Day..............-1 75
F'or a Month per Day.........--..-1 15
Jottage R..nt, per tenement, 3 rooms
per month......-...---------.-10 00
Jotage Ret, whole cottage, 6 rooms
Water per Gallon (vessels extra at
Feb. 20, S-tf.
A complete U ulau to %e dio ,
with C.aers on, A competenl Wom
lity in worie, Advice to fridegru.
Husb:d. and Wife, Celebuey awx.
IMatriniony compared, Impediments
to Marriage, Congugal duties., Science
S:reproat.aU. LAW of 3arriage. Law of ivo:ce, Legal
s of :arrn wuen, etc. also o:i Diseaesof Women.
: rcause ind Cure. A Ccnfadenti: work ot 22
pzea.with ful Plate Evgravings.sent forfocerts."The
Private Medical Adviser.' on the rou.ts of in
pure Low;iat.oro. &c., ni4 vi the srcret habits of youth
th :- e:,ects on cfter 1t1e, causing Varic'ce.. Seminal
I.::. c is. v%sos drbi1itv. L o fs of S.xua. Power. etc.
-ki::; x:a~rige ;:nproper orunhappy. givin;: 1nry vlu
.b)e re-cZ.p:S t he ircct privae discuses; san-- size, over
5C pi5:. o ce::s. * Mecical Advice." a cture ou
::bocd V;:d Wonianccd. 10 cem:ts; er all three $1.
Th'v contain 600 pages a:i over 1001 1.ustraticn, em
brvcir ev:-rvhur..:n ime ge:seraive system that is worth
kr.owi:g.a:d:::uen thr.t is i;ot p:b .she' it any other work.
.::: :n sin:ijo 1wel. or cc=;Itc in on. for Price im
5:nm:;ps. t .ver er Curre:v. (te author ilivites com.s:::.
;i. ,nd ..::erd a7e priny answeeid wth,!ut charge.)
8r ss: Dr. Butts' Dis pensary. N. 12 North Et St,
S:. L-.gis..!.. tEsta'o&shcd 1847.)
I var::e.fly R.k p-,;ons sufler:ni. from RL mli LE
n smnd %u t :erd address. :hv w:! l:.mr
son:e:h.:g to ;heir advantage -Not a 'russ.)
)U R1H AM
For the sne:edy Cure of Q4eminal'Weakness, ost
3M:mnhooI and all disorders brought on by indis
cret ion or excess. Any Druggist has tht imgrg,
dients. Dr. W. JAQUE% & CO., No. 130
iWyest Sixth street, Cincinnat 0.
ad Norphin- habiteured.
Z4RE ser;d xiampn fcr book om
opium: E-.tin-. to w nt soatre,
Irva.iug.n, Greeze Co., Izd.
Wstchs Ms to $7. Revolvers
$2.50. Over 100 latest Novelties
Ag'ts wanted. So.SUpplyCo.Nashvll1e7en"
Apr. 17, 16-ly.
a week in your ovo n towi. $5 Outil
free. No ri6k. Reader, if you want a
business at which persons of either
S,66.iex can make great pay all the time
they work, write for particulars to H. HAL
LETT & Co., Portland. Maine. 21-ly
If you want to MAKE
AGENTS MO N E Y pleasantly .
and fast, address FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.,
Atlanta, Ga. 22-1y.
business you can engage in $5
to $20 per day made by any work
er o' either sex, right in their own
localities. Particulars and sam
ples worth $5 free. Improve your spare
tine at this business. Address STINSON &
Co., 1oriland, Maine. 21-ly
NTEW YORK SHOPPING. -HAVING
forined a connecti.u with the Lamar
Pureha:-ig Agency, I will give personal su
perviiion to the anzwering of L.TTER8 OF
INQ U1ay r an forwarding of Samples. Par
chases made with taste and di-cretion.
L AMAR PURCHASING AGENCY.
Established. Reliable. Send for Cir
MRS. ELLEN LAMAR,
877 Broadway (first floor), New York City.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Passenger Trains run danily, Sunday excepted.
Up Train connects with up Night Express, ard
Down Train w;th Dohvn Day Passenger-frain
on South Carolina Rtail Road, and with the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta and Wilming
ton, Coluinbia ar.d Augusta Railroads. On and
after Monday, Match 17, 1S78, the following
will be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia, -- - -- - 7.15 a m
"Alston, - - -- 8.55 a m
"Newberry, - -- - - 10.11 a m
" UHodges, - - - 1.35 p m
" Beiton, , -- - 3.10 p mn
Arrive Greenville,----- -- -- 45- p ra
Leave Greenville, - - , - 6.15 a m
" Belton, - .. - 8.10 a m
" Hodges, - - 9 40 p m
"Newberry, - - - 12.8& p m
" Aiston, -- , - 2.u( p m
Arrive Columbia, - - - 8.3Z p m
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road.
Daily, except Sundays, between Belton and
Anderson. Tri-weekly between Anderson and
Walhalla, viz: Leave Walhalla for Anderson
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; leave An
derson for Walhalla Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Leave Belton at. 3,10 p m
" Anderson 4-00 p m
" Pendleton 4.55 p m
" Perry nille 5.35 p in
Arrive at Walhxalla 6.15 p m
Leave WaIhalla at, - -. 4.45 a
" Perryville, . - - 520 a
" Pendleton, - - Q-05 a
" Anderson, - - 7.00 a
Arrive at Belton, - - 7.45 a
Laurens Brar.ch Trains leave Laurens at 7.
a mi. and leave Newberry at 1.00) p. m. on Tn
days, Thursdays and Saturdays
Abbeville Branch Train connects at Hod
with down and up train daily, Sundays
epe. THOS. DODAMEAD, .Gen'I Sup
JABEZ NoaToN. General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Compa
Commencing Sunday, March 16, 1879, las
senger Trains will run as follows:
Leave Charleston at . ...6.45 a m and 9.15 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.1..10 p m and 6.15 a m
Leave Columbia at.. 00 p m and 9.30 p m
Arrive at Charleston at10.00 p m and 6.40 a m
Leave Charleston at..45 a mn and 10.15 p m
Arrive at Augusta at.. .1 25 p m and 8.20 a m
Leave Augusta at....3.30 p m and 7.30 p m
Arrive at Charleston at10 00 p m and 6.00 a m
CA MDEN DIVISION.
(DAILY, EXCEPT SUN~DAY.)
Leave Charleston............. -- ..7.20 a m
Arrive at Camden.......------...8.00 p m
Leave Camnde.............--.-------7.30 a mn
Arrive at Charleston................6.15 p mn
(DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Leave Charleston.....................3.20 p m
Arrive at Summnerv'ille . ........ 4.20 p m
Leave Summierville...............730 a mn
Arrive at Charleston.,...............8.30 a mn
Trains leaving Charleston at 9.15 P. M. and
Columbia at 4.00 P. M. make close connec
tions daily, except Sunday, with trains of
Greenville and Columbia Railrogd, to and.
from Greenville, WValhalla, Anderson, Spar
taburg, andl points on the Spartanburg and
Asheville Ratilroad, and for Laurens on
Tuesday, Thurs<iay and Saturday.
Trains'leaving Charleston at 6.45 P. M. and
Columbia at 4.00 P. M1. make close connee
tios daily with Trains of Charlotte, Colum
bia and Augusta Railroad, to and from
Charlotte, Richmond, Washington and all
Eaten Cities; also with Trains of Wil
mington, Columnbia and Augusta. Railroad,
to and from Sumter and other points on W.
C. & A. R. R.
Trains leaving Charleston at 6.45 A. M. and
'0.15 P. M. andi Augusta at 3.30 P. M1., make
close connections daily with Trains of
Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad for
Mcon. Atlanta and all points WVest and
blening Gamrs on all Ni;ght Trains.
7 - .JOHN B. PECK,
SPARTANBURIG & ASUEYILMJ L. ,
SPARTANBURG, UNION & COLUMBIA ft. Rs
The fellowing Pnssen ;er Schedule will be run
on and afier Monday, N ovemuber 4, 1S78:
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
-Arrive. Leave Arrive. Leave.
Coleman's.......----1.40 p. mi. 10.3 a. m.
Saluda...-.. . t2.00 2.20 p. m. 9.4G* 10.0
Melrote..----- 2.40 9.21
T rryon City... 3.2) 8.45
Landruns.... 3.40 8.21
Campobela... 4.00 7.58
Inman...----...... 4.) 7.32
Capton..... 4 40 7.22
Air Line Junct'n 5.2.> 6.50
Sparanburg. 5.40 6.00 a.mn. 7.10 6 80
P4oe 6.54 635