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Dr. William Horne, veterinary
surgeon, of Janesville, Wis., thus
writes to the Dixie Farmer :-"Per
haps there is no more prolific
source of lameness in the horse that
contraction, which simply means a
gradual loosening of the entire
hoof, chiefly in the heel, and for
some reason or other generally in
the fore feet. It is commonly called
by horsemen wiring-in of the hoof
and pressing unduly upon the sensi
ble lamina of the hoof produces
that peci4ar lameness which s<
much. puzzles the uninitiated, be
ing to them an invisible cause
Even the so-called horse doctors
are generally completely puzzlei
by this disease when looking foi
the cause of lameness. There is n<
possible criterion for fixing the ap
pearance accurately of any pecu
liarity of lameness consequent upoi
contraction-sometimes the lame
ness being very slight, while a
other times itis very acute, so mdel
as to render the horse for the timi
quite useless. Its causes are num
erous and various ; but in my opin
ion, which is founded upon practi
cal observation, the chief cause it
in faulty ~ shoeing.' Sufficient at
tentionr is not paid to the nature 0
the hoof to be shod ; a thin shel
hoof requires a light shoe ; the nal
should be small, and not too'tightla
clinched. This -last point is ver:
impor:tant indeed, in all shoeing
yet a horse with a strong, thiel
hoof may take a much heavier shoe
and larger nails, and they may be e
little more tightly clinched. .Ano
ther v-ery important point for whici
the blacksmith is not answerable is
that some persons, farmers. es
peeisilly, alow the shoes to be wort
just as long -as they will stay on
often letting a poor horse do hard
work with threes two, or even on<
shoe on. By this means ~horses
are quite apt to have one hoof large>
than the other foot, from the fa-ci
that the bare foot, or feet, wea2
down, while the ones shod retair
all the. hoof. It is agood plan tc
allow horses to go barefoot a fevw
days occasionally; by so doing the
hoof expands, and so far is'a pre
ventlive of contraction. 'Foul, dirty
stables, or other manure heaps, oc
casion! the disease by the.action oi
ammnonia upon the horny portions
of 'the feet Standing. constant13
upon a hard, dry floor is anothei
source of this evil_ also. Sul
horses should. have :woollen pads:
or cloths several thicknesses, tied
loosely round, just above and over
hanging the hoof, which are to be
cnstantly kept wet with water.
Finally, if the feet are v.ery bad
take -off all the shoes, open the
heels~ on each side of the cleft od
the frog, pare until you can see the
quick, and, if grass time, turn him
out in a damp pasture; if noi
grass time, turn him in the nexi
similar and best place you can
for a few weeks, and you wil]
be more than likely to effect a cure.
When he is taken up care must be
taken not to subject him to the
same causes. If the horse should
be still lame after the paring, as he
will .be, do not be afraid-he will
soon get over it and be all the
more sound for the paring as re
MuIcarsG WITH SToESs.-A writer
in the Fruit Recorder says :-"An
article in the January number of
that paper, an the apparent ad
vantages that stones afford in hold
ing and imparting moisture to the
soil and their use as a mulch, re
calls to mind an experiment I tried
several years ago in growing toma
toes. The ground selected for set
ting my toniato plants was plenti
fully strewed with small stones.
So, in order to make their cultiva
tion a little more convenient, I
picked up what surface stones
and productive, but they coni
menced to ripen not only very much
earlier than the rest, but the main
portion of their fruit was ripe and
gone before the others had ripened
but a small portion of their crop.
This trial was so satisfactory that
it was repeated the next season
with like result. Since that time,
however, the work of improvement,
in my garden has necessarily re
moved that kind of 'mulching' to
walls and ditches, but I was satisfied
that aside from the inconvenience
of their being in the way, and their
necessary removal each spring in
ploughing, there never was an ex
periment in plant growing more
satisfactory to me in its results than
that secured by the use of 'stone as
FRcH CoFFEE.-Tse a bright
tin percolator. Have your kettle
boiling, and first scald the perco
lator by pouring boiling water
through the grating. Empty this
out. Then, if making for two per
sons, put two. tablespoonfuls of
coffee under the upper strainer ;
pour about a tablespoonful of boil
ing water through the upper. When
this has passed through, another,
continuing at the same rate till
you have sufficient. It will take
about twenty minutes. The kettle
must be kept boiling, the coffee
pot on the stove and the cap ove
the spout. In making for more
persons make the proportion of
coffee two and a half spoonfuls for
three, three for four, &c. For
cafe noir simply increase the quan
tity of coffee. If Vienna coffee is
preferred make the coffee as above,
only somewhat stronger. For four
persons beat half a pint of cream,
or half cream and half milk-; whip
the white of an egg with a tea
spoonful of sugar and a gill of rich
cream to a stiff froth ; put both of
the latter in a small pitcher, the
hot cream in another. In serving
the cffee put'three pieces of cut
sugar in the cup; fill the cup a
quarter full of the hot cream; then
Sput in the coffee, and on top a large
spoonful of the whipped cream and
egg. This makes a very healthful
and nutritious drink, and by using
more of the hot milk and less of
the c'offee 'ill be much liked by
EARLY -Cos.-A correspondent
of Vick's 4lagazine gives the follow
ing directions for bringing corn to
maturity early in the season, add
ing; that he picked corn last yeai
insde' sixty days from the time of
planting : "Let the condition of
the soil~and manure be thebest
you can command, and aside from
the frequent weeding and hoeing,
stirring the agrdund thorongbly,
thin the stadks to three or-four.
Three is best if you would have the
largest ears and.the most of them.
Pluck out unmercifully every suck
er and non bearing stalk. That
process alone will hasten your corn
a week or ten. days, as I have come
to believe from experiment. I have
added this year a top dressing at
the-,hil, when the corn was well up
-a compost of one part plaster,
two parts asheg, and two parts fine
manure, which, I think, has been a
Those who wish early corn should
not- only have for seed what is
called "an early kind," but they
should obtain it from as far North
as. possible. Seed corn raised in
Canada and taken South will come
to perfection one, two or three
weeks earlier than that ripened on
the spot. The reason is that the
seed raised. in the North has adapt
ed itself to a short season. This is
true, in ameasure, of all seeds.
M ENDN A CARPET.-My dining
room carpet was only a rag carpet
to beginr with : latterly it had 'be
come a ragged one. I was con
templating it ruefully one day,
knowing that the state of my 'purse
would' not allow me to replace it
just yet with a new one. I could
think of no way to mend it, but by
big patches tacked in place. In
the midst of my dilemma an ex.
peiienced old lady entered, who
suggested paste instead of tacks.
"I have 'repeatedly put muslin
patches over the carpet with paste,"
said she, "and it is surprising how
well it holds." I -took the hint.
Patches are not, in their nature,
beautiful, yet a patched garment is
decidely better-looking than a rag
ged one, and the same is true of a
patched car-pet, and my patches
were so easily applied and proved
so advesive, that I rarely sweep
the room without a mental bene
diction upon the one who sug
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Black Cashmieres--all wool, at 50, (t5,
715 and 81 per yard.
New Styles of Dress Goods, at 25 ets.
Men's Cassimeres, of all styles and prices,
as low as in New York.
Another lot of all Siik Ribbons, at 12V
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-Lineni and Cotton Towels, from 5 ets. to
STOVES, TIN-WARE, WOODEN-WARE, &O,,
Begs his friinds and the pu:b!ie t(o inispeet
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My Stoves are fir-cass, lairge, heavy
dJ'.rablec. Among others I have the
'rated Farmer Girl and the famous Iron
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My Tin-ware is all home made and of the
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C.ounu:Ssionk and all sorts of war claims before
the Executive Departments.
Arrears of Pay and Ecunty.
IOFF!01:Rs. sC)LDI EEs and SA ILous of thte late
watr, or their heirs. are in many cases entitled to
muouev ih . the Governlmnt, of which tiwy
have no knowledge. Write full history of~ ser
vice. andi state amount of pay and bou.nty
received. Enclose stamp. and a full reply. after
examination, will be given you free.
All oFFicERms, soLDIERS and sAILOts wound
ed. ruitured or injured in the late war. however
slightly, can obtain a pension, mny now receiv
ing pensions are entitled to an Increase. Send
stamp and information will be furnished free.
United States General Land Office.
Contested Land Cases, Private Lanad Claims,
Mining Pre-enmpt ion and II omestead Gacs,
prosec.uted before the General Laud Oilice and
Department of the Interior.
Old Bounty Land Warrants.
The last Report of the Commissioners of the
General Land Office shows 2,897,50'0 acres of
Bounty Land Warrants outstanding. These were
issued under acts of 1855 mand prior' acts. We pay
cash for them. Send by registered letter. Where
::sinm2fnts are imperfect we give instructions
to perfect them.
Each department of our business is conducted
in a separate bureau. under the charge of expe
rienced lawyers and clerks.
IBy reason of error or fraud many attorneys
are suspended from practice before the Pension'
and other oflices eack year. Claimants whoset
attorneys hav-e been thus suspended will be :gra- I
tuitously farnished with full information and
proper p:apers on application to us.
As we charge no fee unless successful, stamps.
for return post age should be sent us.
Liberal arrangements made with attorneys in
all classes of business.
GILMORE & Co.,
P. 0. Box 44. Washington, D). C.
Wasame-roN, D). C., November 24, 1S76. 1
1 take pleasure in expressing my entire conti
ence in the responsibility and fidelity of the
Law, Patent and Collection House of Gilmore & r
Co., of this city.
GEORGE H. B. W HITE,.
(Cashier of the Natior.al Metropolitan Bank.)
D)ec. 13, 50-tf.
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-akemone-las. An oeca o h
iork You can mao14 5 t.to$?a
n 1ad 0ticl honorXYAbl. oer, if to u p
ratt kno all ab \ou own loest. aym
ress aindta we1 will' n you f1 all ailar to
ndpake lC trms free; onemples othe 58
wofree; you can n make up~Snes our' no
>r yelf.VO u Addres GEORGE~ SIN 5ONt
ti: o 11 rlnd, Min. '15- )O ly ao
ant to ero :tlaot ngae bnst PLasant
businesS before the pmzhhic. send US vout- -el -
dress and we will send you full iai tauPt s
and l)rivate t(TIuS fm.ce ; s~Lmnl)les worth $ ,
also free: you can then make UI) your huh .1
for yourself. AdIdress GEORGE S'1'IN~O~
& CO Porti md Maine. 23-ly am
ictivc,cuergetLcc of A
~NT urs to engage in a pleasant
iv liii tad rrotitable businc~s.
Greenville t Columbia Raiiroad.
On and afterMonday, November 3. 1879. the
Pass.enger Trains will run as follows daily, Sun
Leave Columbia, - - - 12.00 m
A !.ton, - - - - 1.39 p in
" Newberry. - - - - 240 p In
" lIouies. - - - 521 p m
" eitun. - - - 6.44 p In
Arrivi GrCeenville. - - - - 8 00 p In
Leave GIreTeville, - - - 7.57 a m
lelton. - 9.15 a Z
llodges, - - 1038am
\eLCrry, - - - 1.15 p m
Alston. - . - 2.36 p in
Arrive Columbia, - - - 4.00 p in
ANDElUSoN BiLAN('il AND BLUE RIDGE
Daily, except Sundays.
Laave Belton at. E.5;) p m
Ander.on 7. S p m
Pendleton S 5 p n
"Ii p n
Aive a t Wahalla 1t'. p to
Leav* W:'!ui:n. - -- t5. a mn
- - ~ a in
- - 7.t S a i
" Ai:erson. - - 8.10 a Im
Arrive a! !;elton, - - s.4S a In
Laurens Railroad Train ze-es Laurens at 7.40
a m:l. :md:c Newberry at 3.c,. in.. daily except
Abbeville cranch Train connects at Ilodge's
with down and up train d,dly, Sundays ex
ocpted. I.eae Abbeville 9.20 a. In.; leave Hod
ge- 5 30 >. m.
Up ani down Trains on tha :Iain stem make
:lose connection at Coluatria with the up and
down day Passenger Trains on the South Caro
lina Railroad and with the through Freight
rrins. with Paseniger Car attached, on the
Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
sad at Alston with the trains of the Spartan
burg. Union and Coh.mbia Railroad for Union,
Spartanburg, Ileudersonville, Asheville, &c.,
R. H. TEMPLE, Gen'] Sup:.
.1. P. 31EREDITIt, Master Transportation.
JA BEZ NoRToN. General Ticket Agent.
South Caroliia Railroad Company.
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On 'nd after November 30th, 1879, Pas
sengei Trains on this road will run as fol
lows. Jill further notice.)
GRE NVILLE EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leave COlul 'bia at - - - 4.15 P. M.
Arrive$ama"n at - - - - 8.15 P. M.
Arrive Charle.'on at - - - 9.30 P. M.
Leave Charleston at - 7.00 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - - - 7.00 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 11.50 A. M.
WAY FREIGHT & PASSENGER TRAINS.
*Leave Columbia at - . - 5.30 A. M.
Arrive Camden at - - - 1.?0 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 2.15 P. M.
Arrive Augasta at - - - - 3.40 P. M.
*Leave Charleston at - - 9.90 A. 3.
Leave Augusta at - - - 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Columibia at - - - 5.37 P. M.
*1Passengers -eaving Columbia or Charles
ton on these trains have to change ears at
lhranch-ville to reach Charleston at 2.15 P.
M., or Columbia at 5.37 P. M1.
NIGHT EXPRESS TRkINS.
Leave (Columibia at - - - 9.30 P. M1.
A rrive Au;gusta at - 8.35 A. M1.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 5.50 A. M1.
Leave Chairles ton at - - - 9.00 P. 31.
Leave Augusta at -- - - - 7.40 P. 31.
Arrive Columbia at- - - G5 A. M1.
The Night Express Trains will run daily.
All other trains will run dlaily except Sun
(lays. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Express. Berths only1.50 to Charleston or
Augut ta. This train makes snre, connec
tions at Charleston with New York and Bal
timiore Steamers on Wednesdays and Satur
lays ; also, with Florida Steamers on Tues
(ays andl Saturdays; also, with 7.00 A. 31.
train o1S. & C. Rt. Rt., for Savannah and Flor
ida points. Connections made by other
trains at Augusta with trains from and to
that point; also, with alt trains from and to
D. C. A LLEN. G. P. &T. A,
Jory B. PECK, General Superintendent.
A. U. I)ESALUSSURE, Agent, CoLumbia.
SPARTANBURB, UNION & COLUMBIA R, R,,
SPARTUNBURG & ASIHEVIIJE RI. RI.
On and after the 1st Janupy, 1880, Pas
ecnger. Trains will run dai!y as iallows, San
Leave Hlendersonvile.............5 00 a. mn.
"Spartanburg..............9.30 a. m.
" Union.....................11.20 a. mn.
Arrive at Alston...............1.30 p. mn.
Passengers by this train from Henderson
rille imke connlectionl at Spartanburg with
'assenger tr:dus on the Air-Line for Char
otte and Atlanta; and connect at Aiston with
3. & C. Trains in both diretions for Green
rille and Charleston.
.eave Aiston........ ........ .2.20 p. .
"Union ..................5 10 p.i.
A.rrive at Sp>artanburg...........7 00 p. .
-eave Spartanhburg, via S.&A.Rt.R.12.30 p. .
"Tryon City................2.40 p. .
"Saluda...................3 35 p. .
"Flat Rock................4.15p. xi
ConectatAison it G.& C Psseme
trins ato reesnville..........4.3; c.m.
ect at Spartanburg with Through .Night
rain on Air-Line, North.
JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
ireenille & Columbia Be R.
On and after September 1st the following
'ickets will be on sale at all the Ticket Sta
ions on the Greenville and Golumbia Rail
1.000 MILE TICKETS, at Three Cents
ecr mile, good over the G. & C. R. R., and
RO)UND TRIP TICKETS from any Sta
ion on the G. & C. Rt. R. and its branches
o anyr Station on the same, good for Three
)avs, at Three Cents per mile.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS from all Sta
ions on the G. & C. RI. R. and its branches
U) Charleston, good for Eight Days, at
hree Gents per tme.
JABEZ NORTON, Ja.,
Generai Ticket Agent.
R. H. TEMPLE, General Superinitendent.
Sep. ;3, 36t-tf.
HIarness andi Saddles.
E'. N. PARKER,
UCCESSOR TO WEBB, JONES & PA RKER,
letween Pool's Hotel and the Post Offie,)
Hiaving hnought the E N T I R E S T OCK
the HIarntess and Saddle Manufactory of
essrs. Webb,.Jones & Parker, I am pre
Lred to do all kinds of work in this line.
Iso willI keep on hand for sale, HARNESS,
UDDLES, &e., HARNESS LEATHER,
)LE LEATHER, UP'PERt LEATIHER, &c.,
the best andI cheapest. REP~AIRING
id all work done to order
t Cash Prices and at Shortest