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HINTS FOR JUNE WORK.
Hayoo.-Clover and Timoth3
should be cut when in fall blos
som; if allowed to get ripe, the
quality of hay is not so good. B
beginning early the work need noi
be hurried. Use the mower afte]
the dew is off in the forenoon. Cui
only as much as can be well carec
for. It is often remarked that the
average quality of hay is not s<
good as before the introduction o
the mowing machines, from th<
temptation to cut the grass faste:
than it can be cured.
(w ns.-.With newly plantei
trees it will pay. to give a littlh
time in examining their condition
If they are loose or leaning to ono
si&, a minute spent in pressing
the soil about them with the foo
will often save them. A mulching
if not already given to the young
trees, should be provided befor
the long drouth. Almost any sub
stance that will cover the soil ani
protect it from the soil will do.
Gnarrs set this spring should bi
looked to ; and if the bud or budi
grow too vigorously, pinch back in
to shape ; in fact agraft should be
treated as if itwere ayounlgtree
Cat away ail shoots that come upol
the stock below the graft, that th<
nourishment may go to the graft
See that the branches of the grafi
have plenty of room, and the
growth is not interfered with b:
PRUMN.--June is a good timi
for pruning. Larger limbs may b<
eut- away now, covering all cuti
with varnish, paint, or meltei
Tmxnus FEUrr.-The sooner thiu
essential to the production of the
best fruit is done the better. Il
is seldom overdone, and too fre
quently entirely neglected. Thin
ning increases the size and im
proves the quality of the fruit, andi
with young trees, just starting intC
bearing, it is a necessity.
LADDEs.-A neighbor of ouri
wants to trim a vine that is run
ning up and over his piazza, and
has neglected it because there is nc
means .at hand for getting up tc
the much needed work. This is
but an illustration of the many
cases in which, if aladder was al
hand, important work could and
would be done, which for the laci
of one is neglected. There is ofter
more time spent in doing a piece ol
work, in a left-handed and imper
feet way, than it would have taker
to have first constructed the Madei
and then done the job. in haying
and harvesting now soon to be
upontus, a ladder is often the one
thing needful to get at some out oi
the way place, off of some mow,
stack1 or even load, and just before
the rush, it would be proper tc
provide a laMde for the emergen
cies of the season. All can not
make handsome ladders, but every
one can construct a strong one that
will serve his purpose. A straight
pine pole sawed lengthwise through
the center, and fastened together
with "rounds" of oak or other hard
wood, ae* a-good ladder and is
The successful farmer does noth
ing for a livelihood but farm. Ii
he has money, he invests it in a
way that ,will improve his farm.
He informs himself as to his busi
ness, andI goes to work in anin
telgent manner. Upon his farnm
no weeds stand as high as a man's
head, no fence is neglected, build
ings dilapidated, implements left
exposed to the weather, stock~
unsheltered and uncared for, but
everything denotes thrift and en
terpisie. . ain rs
ste -rEw.Iny piec ng of rishmea
THE MOST FAMOUs BUTTER CoW.
The most famous living butter I
cow to-day is "Jersey Belle of
Scituate," the property of Mr. C.
0. Ellms, of Scituate, Mass., drop
ped in 1871, and bred by Mr. E.
D. Sohier. She is now nine years
old, or will be on the 10th of next
month (July). She is a beautiful
cow of a rich-yellow-fawn color,
shading into a darker tint upon the
head, diversified and mapped out
with considerable white. She is
above medium size, weighing 950
pounds when in her best condition,
and really represents exactly such
an animal in appearance, as well as
characteristics, as may be, and fre
quently is, produced by the direct
cross of the Guernsey and Jersey
breeds. One of the best uses, by
the way, to which inferior >r un
registered animals of either Guern
sey or Jersey blood can be put is
to mingle their blood. Cross
breeds develop, with great unifor
mity, the excellencies of both of the
parent breeds. In the case of "Jer
sey Belle .of Scituate," it is a ques
tion which probably can never meet
with a solution-how much of her
rare qualities does she, or does she
not, owe to remote Guernsey cross q
Her butter is of as rich a color,
and very much the texture and de
gree of firmness (or rather lack of
firmness when compared with ave
rage Jersey butter) as the highest
colored Guernsey product, and this
high color is held throughout the
winter. [The American Agricultu
rist gives an accurate and -beautiful
picture of this cow in connection
with the article from which this ex
tract is made.]
The Ellms' .cow we have said is
to-day. the most famous butter cow
living. We mean to intimate that
she holds that position only until
some rival shall be fully attested to
yield more than 22 pounds 13
ounces of butter in a week, or
more than 705 pounds in a year.
Some cow will surely do this with
in a year or two,-so that unless this
wonderful cow excels .her own re
cord, she will be forced to accept a
second or even a rower place.
( [American Agriculturist for June 1.
Simmons, Mich.: This is often
very destructive in the seed-bed,
and where it is known to abound,
Sit is best to anticipate their com
ing, and just so soon as the young
plants appear-when they first
break through th~e soil, give them a
dressing of air-slseked lime, or a
.mixture of ashes and plaster. Equal
parts of unleached ashes, sifted to
remove bits of coal, and land plas
ter, thoroughly mixed together, and
kept in a dry place, is not only use
ful to keep off small insects, but in
its application the soil is benefited.
Market Gardeners, near New York,
use shell-lime for this purpose ; it
is exposed to the air until slaked,
and then kept closely covered ;
where shell-lime can not be had,
ordinary or stone-lime will answer ;
the other is only preferable be
cause it makes a finer powder.
Either of these sifted over the
young plants, so as to cover them
with the dust, is the most effectiveI
-remedy thus far found for the little
beetle, which, from its ability to
jump, is popularly known as a
"flea." Where but a few oabbage
plants are required, they may be
raised in boxes elevated 5 or 6 feet
above the ground ; this -distance
being too great for the leaping
powers of the insect.
GREEN MANURIG.-Soils are en
riched by plowing under plants
that grow upon it. Plants which
grow most rapidly, and which pro
duce the largest amount of stocks
and foliage in the shortest time at
the least expense for seed- and la
bor, are the most valuable for the
purpose of green manuring. The
plants that grow quite high are not
desirable ones to raise for the pur
pose of plowing under, as it is diffi
cult to cover them. If vegetation is
covered very deep, it will rot slowly
and be of comparatively little value
to the next crop planted on the~
land. A^ferop raised for the pur
pose of being plowed under bene
fits the soil in other ways than by
enriching it. It keeps it shaded dur
ing the hottest por-tion of the year,
and shade acts to increase fertility.
It also keeps weeds in check, and
so insures not only a rich soil, but;
one comparatively free from nox
ious vegetation. Soil if rightly
managed, may be made the means
of adding to its own fertility. Left
to the operations of nature, soils
do improve, but their productions
may be increased much faster by
the inexpensive means pointed out!
lilY GOO9S, RPETS, 11V
PRICES MAIiED DOWN 1
25 CENT DRESS GOODS REDUCED '
Long Cloths, !ee iI and Pillow Case
BIG RA RGAINS in Table Damask an I F
B:argains in all kinds of Linen Goods.
Cassimer's and Tweeds for Men's a nl B(
Is new and well as.ort d, and must be red
Di.solition of Copartnership, n hich will take
Come, everybody, and you will find v
JONES, DAVIS r
MAIN AND PLAIN ST.
May 26, 22--3m.
BUY YOUR SPRII
WRIGHT & J.
Fancy and Plain Suits
All Styles, All Qualitie
If you would be suited
Apr. 21, 17-tf.
A GRAI DIJO
My assortment of fne and plain C1othin;
is the largest ever exhibited in the city of C,
tion Qi my fr i..ndls and the public generailly t
will be p:eased with i:s variety and excellen<
All Prices! All St)
Sole Agent for the Celebrated STA
Best Shirt In
- W Don't fail to call and see mec when
Mar. 31, 8-ly.
Dry Goods i
LOOK AT T
Invit.es his fien~ds in Newberry and ths
1st. That lie has an unusua
2nd. That every article was
3:1. That every article will
live and let live ; and
4th. That he will fight it ot
Black Cashmeires-all wool, at 50, 05,
75 and $1 per yard.
New Styles of Dress Goods, at 25 cts.
Men's Cassimeres, of all styies and prices,
as low as in New York.
Another lot of all Silk Ribbons, at 12}
cts., worth 25 and 35.
Linen and Cotton Towels, from 5 ets. to
- An elegant
with a pure 01
approve and i]
* spirit is used.
Tonie for Dysj
- ot eve'ry age a
Ma3 5, 19
TL W --Y ' T1:PL3'T W
Sid gba, therl r a t.tA2 E rChi . iET.i
Wto IIA MON, S. k 0, atc
fred and th trvln pr iubic pTIgeely
hat sh has aken the abov anaed puar
Hote, awil spren efrt p o hprtt
Th srn er gues scfall infrm taberl
ridandl tp rveli od peiingpulceerly
and particularly those in quest of healtu,
that she has takeu the above narn'4 popular
H~tel, and will spare no effort on her part to
render guests comfortshle. The table will
be amply provided with good appetizing
fare, and the rooms kept in such condition
rTINGS, SHOES, HITS, &Ce9
N EVERY DEPARTMENT!
0 15 AND 10 CENTS.
Cottons at reduced prices.
ys' Wear, must be sold, aINd will br sold
iced in size previous to Stock-Taking and
place in a short time.
hat we tell you are facts.
REETS, COLUMBIA, S, C.
WG CLOTING OF
sen, Youths and Boys
s, All Prices.
d Economy Combined.
4 MOLLOHON ROW
I IC CLOTIIIC
and Gent's and Youth's Furnishing Good:
>lumbia, and I respectfully invite the atten
y an examination, feeling assured that the:
e. Come and judge for yourselves.
ries ! All Qualities
R SHIRT, Warranted to be th4
in the Oity.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
IA, S. C.,
,ublic generaily, to the following facts :
ily large stock.
carefully selected and bought
be sold on the principle ol
it on this line if it takes all
Prints, in endless variety.
Blankets, Jeans, Quilts.
All the new styles of Silk Ties, Collars
An extra fine stock of Hamburg Edg
ings at prices which cannot be beat.
Visit me when in Cqlumb~ia, or if more
convenient, send orders. Samples and
prices sent on application.
Oct. 15, 42-tf.
3ET BOURBON~ TONTIC.
com'oination of Boneset and other fine tonics
d Kentucky Whiskey, such as connoisseurs
ivalids must have, not a drop of any other
A rich, wholesome and delicious stimulant
>epsia, Debil ty, Malaria, &c.
nen, over-worked clergymen and physicians,
as, sufferers from bronchitis and the feeble
uad class will find it a delightful invigorant.
MBERS & BROWN,
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 25, 4.3-tf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
This new and elegant House, with all
modern improvements, is now open for the
reception of guests.
S. L. WRIGHT & SON,
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Bonutty Land Warrants outstanding, These were
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assgnens r imperfect we give instructions
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rienced lawyers and cler.ks.
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WASH INGTON, D. C. November 24, 1876.
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', ers to engage in a pleasant
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Good men ~ ill mmd this a i-arc chance
Greenvle & Columbia Railroad.
M - - %0*pL
On and after Monday, May 17, 1SS0, the
Passenger Trains will run as follows daily, Sun
Leave Columbia, - - a - 10.4) a m
Aon. - - - - 11.53 a m
" Newberry. - - - - 12.,5 p m
" Uod,es, - - - 335 p m
" Be:ton. - - - 4.55 p m
Arrive Greeuville. - - - - 6.10 p in
Leave G reenville, - - - S.40 a m
" Biton. - - 9.:,7 a n
Hodges, - - 11 17 a m
Newberry, - - - 1.43 p m
A!.toun, - - 3.L0 p In
Arrive Columbia, - - - 4.10 p m
ANDERSON BRANCH AND BLUE RI)GE
Daily, except Sundays.
Leave Belton at. 5.00 p in
Ande"rson 5.43 p m
Pendleton 6.45 p in
Pe:rvi!jile 7.23 p i
Leave Sezeca. 7.40 p m
,rrive at Walhala -S 13 p M
Leave '.' ;:l: la at. - - 5.0-> :a in
Leave Sc.eeca. 5.S a i
" Perryvil;e, - - 555 a m
" Pendleton. - - 6.38 a m
" Anderson, - - 7 40 a m
arrive at Belton, - - S.18 a m
La.urens Railrcad Train leaves Laurens at 7.30
t in. and Newberry at 3.00 p. in.. daily except
Abbeville Branch Train connects at Hodge's
with down and 'up train daily, Sudays ex
:epted. Leave Abbeville 9.10 a. m.; leave Hod,
es 3 40 p. m.
Up and down Trains on the main stem make
:dose connection at Columbia with the up and
lown day Passenger Trains on the South Caro
ina Railroad and the through Passenger Train
mn the Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
tailroad ; at Alston with trains of the Spartan
urg, Union and Columbia Railroad.
J. W. FRY, Gen'l Supt.
J. P. MEREDITH, 3aster Transportation.
JABUz NonTON. General Ticket Agen,.
outh Carolina. Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and atter 3May 16th, 1880, Passenger
rrains on this road will run as follows un
il further notice :
GOI::', EAST DAILY.
Leave Columbia at - - - 4.15 P. M.
--rive Camden at . . . . 7.45 P. M.
rrive Charleston at - - - 9.00 P. M.
*0n Sundays this train will leave Colum
>ia itt 2.15 P. M., and arrive at Charleston at
.30 P. M.
GOING WEST DAILY.
eave Charleston at - - 5.45 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - - - 7.00 A. M.
rrive Columbia at -. . 10.30 A. M.
WAY FREIGHT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
Leave Columbia at - . . 5.40 A. 3.
rrive Camden at - - - - 12.00 Noon
!rrive Augusta at . . - - :3.25 P. M1.
irrive Charleston at - - - 2.00 P. M.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
Leave Charleston at - - 9.00 A. M.
ceave Augusta at - -- - .00 A. M.
rrive Columbia at - - - 5.37 P. M!.
*Passengers taking these trains change
jars at Branch ille to reach Charleston at
~.00 P. 3!., or Columbia at 5.37 P. M!.
GOING EAST DAILY.
'Leave Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M!.
trrive Augusta at..-.-.-..-.7....
:rrive Charleston at - - - 6.:20 A. M.
*Passengers who are not in S'eeping Car,
thange at Branchville to reach Charleston
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - 9.05 P. M.
Leave Augusta at - - - 7.50 P. 31. -
i.rrive Columbia at - 6.10 A. M!.
The Express Trains run daily, all others
inily ex.Cpt Sunday. On Camden Branch
L'rains do not run Sundays. ~Sleeping Cars
ire attached to Night Express Trains.
Bemrths only $1.50 between Columbia, Char
esto~n and Augusta. Round Trip Tickets
ire sold on Saturdays arid Sundays frm all
stations, good till Monday noon to return,.
tt one tirst class tare. Connections made
it Columbia with C. C. & .A. R. R. and G. &
.R. IL, to and from all points on each
toad: at Charleston du Wednesdays and
at urdays with Steamers to. and from New
iork. The Night Express Trains to and
rom Coltgmbia iake~elone connections at
Kingrille with New York Express Trains,
o0 which is attached a Pullman Sleeping
Jar running between Augusta and New
cork without change. Connections made
tt Augusta to and from all points West and
jouth. For through tickets to any point,
A. B. DESAUSSU~RE, Agent, COliimbia.
D. C. ALLEN, G. P. & T. A.
JOHN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
lo Te"rists & Health Seekerse
ummer Schedule to the Mountains.
~PARTANBUR6, UNION & COL.UMBIA R, R,,
PARTANBURG & ASHEVILLE R. R.
SPA RTANBURG, S. C., May 17, 1880.
On and after the above date the following
cheduiles wvill be run over these Roads daily,,
,eave Aiston........ ..........32.10 p. mn.
" Union.........,..208 p. m.
"Spartanburg.,,...........3.10 p. mn.
Lrrve at Hendersonville........6.00 p. mn.
Close connection is made at Aiston with
rain from Columbia on Greenville & Colum
ja Road. At Columbia, connection is made
com Charleston, Wilmington and Augusta.
At Spartanhurg, connection is made at
Air Line Depot with trains from Atlanta
od Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn
At Hecndersonville, connection is made
'itb a first class Line of Stages to Asheville,,
rriving there the same evening.
Parties desirous of visiting Canar's Head
r other points of interest can be provided
-ithz first class couveyances from the Livery
tables in Hlendersonville at reasonabl'
Till leave Hendersonvile........5.00 a. m.
cave Spartan burg..............8.00 a. m.
eave Union.............,.....9 15 a. in.
rrive at Aiston..............11.20 a. mn.
These Roads are in excellent condition;
trnished with first class Coaches; provided
ithj all necessary appliances for safety and
>mfort 0of Passengcrs. A t Spartanburg yid
endersonville the Hotel accommodations
-e now ample for a large increase of travel.
bey will be found well supplied with good
ountain fare a' reasonable rates.
JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
reenrille & Columbia Re R.
On n atr Septemaber 1st the following
ekets will be on sale at all the Ticket Sta
>ns on the Greenville and Columbia Rail
1,000 MILE TICKETS, at Three Cents
- mile, good over the G. & C. R. R., and
R4' UND TRIP TIC~KETS from any Sta
m o the G. & G. R. R4. and its branches
any 3.ation on tihe same, good for Three
Lvs, at "biree Cents per mile.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS fror. all Sta
ms on the (4. & C. R. R. and its brauches
(3harleston, good for Eight Days, aL
tree Gents per mile.
JABEZ NORTON, Ja,
Generai Ticket Agent.
R. H. TEM.LE, General Superintendent,
Sep. 8, 36-tf.