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'a eWlgTE CAPS,"
Flecks are generally supposed to
be pieces of dried cream, and possi
bly sometimes they:msg be, but
usually they are not for occasion
lly they exist in milk before any
Crem rs and sometimes are
mingled with butter made by pro
oeses of -ld set ing in which the
cr - ' ''s5of& no part of it
being dried at all. They seldom
ap 1, . , _owever,. in butter made by
iold-setting; they are mostly found
in butter- made in dairies where
tha,- mik, ;is set without any
'fi&e' coling than that of the air
in the room where the milk stands.
Poi.- i-most part they are devel
opedin milk after it comes from
the cow By quickly cooling milk
to a lowdegree ch,pge is so much
arrested. that they cannot develop.
They ci= only form within certain
limits of temperatute, and when
they do, are likely to appear as
plentifully in the milk .as in the
cream, and Ytes more ;o which is
ideiAdverse to their being
iginaSed from dried cream. In
wfieC is in a pere y nor
mal ondition they ,pever.ppear.
They always occur in-milk which is
more or less faulty. 'They are very
Maan,pany an inflamed state
of the udder, an._ seldom or never
appear without it. When milk is
all right, th u of the cream
ber exposed to currents of dry
ir until it becomes quite dry and
hat&4ehout showing anpiadica
*~cdiwiut6caps" as they are
* sometimes ealled. The dried cream,
wheu mied with the rest and well
n* i(m, onecomes soft, and
ehurns the eme as the rest. But
when ilk, which is a little fever
eli; oti me other way faulty, is
a sthus exposed to the air without
emrs wetecooled, flecks will
iberat strs tksh6w themselves
inumbr -oor oed to the
rflecks are hia
be there can, with
*th4%d of a coe be seen in
tml4ck of solid mat
ter-it shapes which
en ~ set in aglass
ng, the c n .ibe seen to
*of tiailkin contact with
Sooner or~ I er they swell
from ga~ fbzning within then, and,
b-ecoming aghter ihati the milk,
rise tom&d the sdriace and. more
es fthem become inibedded
soeft cream. When they lorm
-intheimilk they are almost wholly
at curd, but when formed
in the crm thyare very rich
i~sin~having as much, and per
more, cream ir their composi
oas curd.-L B. Aiuow, in
Ak'cani Agriculturist for 1Vovem
Cucumbfijade eles are grown
bea on ligh-anzdy or gravelly
segg planteighM11s six feet apart,
afiweB dil e in the hill with
-retyn massTbe Green Prolific
-is~ugually gv for pickles. The
cuc~imbers are gthered, when from
two4o three intes long, and by
piedng the ia this condition a
itso lagare left in each
bilI,^and. the ends of the vines
should be pinched in to encourage
aide hDts, which.bear muost fruit.
Toeils with handsome,~ bright
borders, shonlkznever be-boiled ; or
allowed to lie in very hot water ;
they should not be used till they
are so much soiled that they need
vigorous rubbing to make them
clean. It is better economy to use
more towels than to wear out a few
in ashort time. A gentle rubbing
.in two sads and then conscientious
rinsing in warm water and then in
cold ought to be all that is re
A correspondent of the Country
Gentleman says: 'We have been
pestered with little red ants for a
-year, or two, in winter as well as
summer, and had tried everything
without doing any good. Raw
.onios-,were recommended, which
tthink have succeeed in banishing
them from closets, etc. We are
Gen. Grant carries $100,000 in
surance on his life.
General Jubal Early, of Virginia,!
is now eighty years old.
A live baby weighing ten ounces
is a product of Maryland.
Tobacco land in Harrison coun
ty, Ky., is rented at $25 per acre.
Chief Justice Waite says there
are too many law schools and too
many lawyers in this country.
The Kentucky Methodists in
council have decided that the use
of tobacco is a sin in the sight of
There are 4,000 dram-shops kept
by women in New York City. On
ly one of the number is a native
Gov. Foster, of Ohio, says that
James G. Blaine means to be the
next Republican candidate for the
Judge Davis has a large quanti
ty of land in Central Illinois, and
his riches are supposed to amount
Myers O'Neall, an old servant of
Judge O'Neall's, died recently in
Abbeville County, at the advanced
age of 104 years.
A full bench of Judges in a Mas
sachusetts State Court has de
cided that women are not eligible
to be lawyers in the Bay State.
The Irish tenants pay the land
lords $100,000,000 in rent annual
ly, and the landlords spend most
of it in England and on the Conti
There are 309 convicts in the
North Carolina penitentiary, of
which number 75 are white and
234. bolored ; 50 females, 2 white
and 4$ colored.
The new capitol at Baton Rouge,
La., not being ready for occupa
tion, the extra session of Legisla
ure called for December 5 will
meet in New Orleans.
It is said to be the intention of
the surgeons who attended Pres.
Garfield to send the receipted bills
to Mrs. Garfield and trust to Con
gress to reimburse th~em.
The Episcopal Church at Lau
rens has been re opened by Rev.
Mr. Hanckel, under instructions
from Bishop Howe. It has been
closed ever since the termination of
The Princess Beatrice, the young
est daughter of Queen Victoria, is
said to be engaged' to Thomas,
Duke of Genoa, brother of Queen
Marguerite, of Italy. She is twen
ty-four years of age.
Sojourner Truth, the colored ex
slave, who is 108 years old, is still
lecturing- She was born a slave
on the banks of the Hudson River,
and was owned by a Holland fam
ily. Her name was Belle Harden
The Keowee Courier says that
a cow belonging to a colored man of
Oconee County, recently gave birth
to three calves-two heifers and
one bull-color, two black and one
red. The triplets are strong,
healthy looking calves.
Queen - Victoria completed on
October 25 a reign of forty-four
years and 128 days, which is just
the' length of time that Queen Eliz
abeth sat on the throne. Victoria
has now, reigned longer than any
other English sovereign except
George III, Henry IUI and Ed
The debt statement shows a de
crease in October of something
over thirteen millions. The re
ceipts of the month were eight
millions in excess of those of Oc
tober last year, or about one mil
lion and a quarter a day. The
government is certainly easy in
Charles J. Folger, the new Secre
tary of the Treasury, was born in
Massachusetts in 1818. His first
office was that of Judge of Ontario
County, N. Y. He served eight
years in the State Senate, was sub
Treasurer of New York, and now
holds the position of Chief Justice
of the Court of Appeals.
The press and public men of;
Texas deny the report that public
sentiment there favors a division
of the State, and the creation of
three additional States out of her
territory. The papers declare that
no man could be elected to office
who was suspected of a division of
the State, so strong is public opin
ion against it.
Gen. Sherman submits a state
ment of the actual number of en
lsted men in the renlar army Oc
LOT HI NC. COLL M.
IS PIREPA1 I)
J4OTHING. FALL AND
With the Largest an
LLOTHING. To Be Found it
JLOTHING.' To all of f-h)ch he
Sep. 28, 39-tf.
Has employed a Cutt
ence in his CUSTOM J
Fall, who will, with hi.
stylish cut of his garm
the most fastidious.
FOREIGN AND DOiM
SUITS, $25 AN]
Aug. 24, 31-tt.
Fruits and 1
APPLES. ORANGES. BANA N4. L
PEARS. POTATOES. 0.
A full supply of goodsp in sason als n hatf
BW Prompt attention given to orders.
C . B ABR/I
55, 57 & 59 Market Street,- - -
Dry Goods, .3
There is now in Stock at I
Shiver's Corner, iin
A Full, Fresh and
D RY G
Ladies', Men's and
These goods were purchased under favora
are OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR PR)
*May 11, 19-tf.
llO[FE BUILDING AXD FlISII
MECHANICS' TOOLS of every descriptior
Wagon and Carriage Building and Trimmit
Circular Saws of all sizes furnished to order
India Rubber and Leather Belting; India R:
Lacing, Babbitt Metal, Machinery Oils, File
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Laths, Grindst
Wndow Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brt
ARICUL TUR Al
OF ALL :
Sugar Cane Mills, Sugar Pans and Evapora
Threshers and Separators, Woven Wire for
Corn Shiellers, Feed Cutters, Hoes, Axes, H:
Solid Steel Ploughs of all kinds, Plough Ste
Coil, Wagon, WVell and 1-T'-e.r Chains, Tire,
Grain Cradles, Grain and ass Scythes, &e
Ha% the agency for the celebrated WATT P:
are sold at reduced prices.
All goods guaranteed as represented. Orde
tory city reference will have prompt and careful
Piedmont Seminary for Young ,
A high-class School for Young Ladies,
at Spartnburg S. C., wher a thoroug ed
and ext bok are used. Located in the
mot carisinn umer resorts in the "up
ThenCourse of Study comprises the usual
ega; he prsona and constant supervi
sion of each pupil will De found to be a spe
aluaty theInttio,as well as god
anrcdsE abndn fod and thENT rEEinngin:u
euces of taCritiand Forne $-> t
diate, (givi aESO OF EnT WEE rain)
Bolgaterd eatm (including fulFunt re.EsEn
Turition inLtn6n5.ec) ~3 ntre
diate. (giving a sound English training). $20;
Primary, $l~.5O; Contingent Fee, $1.50;
Board (includingfuel, furniture, lights and
P,inibj received at any time and charged j
, s. C.' CLOTHING.
WINTER CLOTHING. -i
I Best Stock of
I ING CLOTHING.
1ING GOODS CLOTHING.
the State. CLOTHING. j
no te autenti rn- CLOT HING.
IA, S. C.,
er of much experi
y son, noted for the
ents, be able to please
r LIlNE OF
Peanuts a Specialty.
EIONS. COCO4NUTS. RAISINS.
d. No Commission or Auction Goods han
depend upon first class stock.
& C o.,
. - CHARLESTON, 8. C.
he Old and Noted House,
SColumbia, S. C.,
Compete Line of
ble auspices by an esperienced buyer, and
CES. Try them.
E'OR k Co.
AND DEALER IN
TIA, S. C.
Gf HARDWARE IX THlE STATE
s a Raps of al knds
L IMPLEMENTS a
Screens Bdig Meal, &c.
el and Irone. Bac Bands.
Band and Rod Iron.
LOGLIS and Castings of all kinds, which
at ccmpanied with the money or satisfac
A nice assortment of CROCKERY and
ILASSW ARE just received and for sale by.
W. T. WRIGHT,1
Who still has only a few of those CHE AP
ITVES left. Call quick if you want one.
Who still continues to carry on the TIN
tTTgT~F~~ in all its branches, and keens a
SG it HC
'lIE STUDY OF MI
'he Latbor of Years Acc<
the New Induetive
PI A N O A N
[as Orned a STU DIO ove
S cre for the Rect
HaV . T:1 : i :, . l in 1 .- NQrth w
lit,, s . ..! , )rti r1 1 - i ., i v t.- :m!.1 C'. 11
D Vit:IT .
r (t i;''I l' l
5rT . V;"-:; 'tlt.i!. .1\ ) N NI .' 11 i .:: 4) Si
Lc1 ihIa:11: IL.
1.inh :%w:1., with y("-,1r*:, r a y
I"P .iks the.l';-i' i;msi immei::t,"!y i1114)
int.inuts I nm sam ie t.o1;: iu(L the whol' Coul
It is not a Sulwrti ial nithoi. It appli:s Lt
Lt any ehangE wha.t, -ver.
It ColnIteIds itsjf al once tO the cducat:ed
This MAthodI is en:i e-y ti1Te rnt froml the
r ,pportdity is O/ffrr," to U. .o f}Jia . X
for Less Expense t
, Many of my Pupils in the South are
iich was gai:ed at a nomiual expenst. while
LLARQ per LCSSon.
This NMethod fultis the maxim that "Whate
Ls life and incrcases uscfulmes."
I erms, ~50 ets
S' Books and Sheet Music will be
FOR FURTHER PARTfCULAI.S, CALL O
Patented, Nov. 21,
W E, theiund
I- at Helena, S. C
perior to any y'
E. El. (Tbris tiani.
R. W. Bocne.
M, A, Carlisle,
Gi. W. Holland.
M ra. E. F. Blease.
G. W. Garmany.
The Springs can be had at J1. 0. RAVI
rgs % Fancyi .rticles.
Wholesale and Retail
DR UGGIS T,
NWBERRY, S. C.
Pre~criptons (cli enneunded Wi: .warc
ad nicty .. ;s boursR.
Tue 'r'eeeript ion Ci'*riia bed room up
airs over' .anr. & Whicrter's Grocery Store,
out room. -JI.l 27, 30--tt.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Removed to store two doors nlext to
A full efeck of Pure Medicines, Chemi
i, Perfu,mries, Toilet Articles, Garden
2d Field Seeds, always in store and at
Orders promptly attended to.
A pr. 11, 15-tf.
FaJches Cocks, Jewelry.
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
TOLIN AND) GUITAR STRINGS,
SPET1ACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN EnIKSs VARIETY.
All orders by mail promlptly attended to.
Eatchaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices. T
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
A SUPERIOR LOT OF
-ARA- . I
suplised in WTeels by
r" R. Y. Leav.,el'.s Furniture ='.! "- s
li h :lrp:Iir c i h .eeees ; ali"u inll rco
1 \ A1.i.s t.is . ttoi las over the
lit!ro :.- 1 to C::i : h:1 ' ' /T '1r ASe t1
n;ai" t.h:t.v rei a !id '.1 Fix - uart Can
the Sciencei("" of a[luic al Cel( ;wt'.it ion. and
Se of i1 1"lr lnn.
: ill '::ti: :-e'dy : it i written. With
ela-;; or the' commniae-1ity.
usical Education in it shr time and
tan ev.r before. '
now sucocsstully Teaching this Niethod,
my expense for Tuitio alone was FOUR
rer shortens the road to loarning, length
Furnished on Moderate Terms.
LS. W. H. CLARK,
NCWI-r.y, s. c.
S76. No. 18I 6
rsigned, now using the TWIN SPRING
.ZOBEL & CO.,
,take pleasure in st.at.ing that they are sn
Shave ever used.
T. C. Pool. W. T. Tarrant.
S. F. Fant. James McIntosh.
J. 0. Havird. .liius E. Chapman.
W. W. Houseal. G. G. DeWalt.
W. HI. Wallace. Z. P. Moses.
D. W. T. Kibler. A. W. T. Simmons.
U. B. Whites. R. L. McCaughrin.
RD'S, and at the Furniture Stores in
Mar. 16. 1881-11-tf.
Iiterationlal System of Rapid! Musi
cal luistruction ! Magical S iMF
The Oai!y SH RTiiI VUT in the
World to M~US!CAL
Al 'may now learn m~,usic
WVho never learned btforc,
And all who" have learned,
May now' learn thec more.
As this system is so thoroumghly generic
dt applies to all music precisely as writ
ben, its principles can never be forgotten.
How delightfuI! how sim ple! are the
ipoutaneous expressions from those who
ive this system a THoROUGII examination.
It is published in three grades, and a
ecparate grade for Guitar. The price is fix
ad SO L.OWV that everybody may
ad shom d po.-sess this WOND aFU LLY SCIEN
rmIFIC labor aid timDe-Mvinag Systemi.
We guarantee to cvetry person who will
;tudy and practicec only 15 minutes a day,
o leatrn more of the seien'ce of music~ in
hree mouths: with P ROF. RIUiE'S SYSTE M
F OBJECT LESSONS than: by any other
n many years.
As the public have not been accustomed
:o so muceh condensed musical knowledge,
is maay sound sl.eptiCal. We catn as.sure
u this is no heuts-pocus arranigemlent,
JUt. SOiND seWENTIFTC FACrs, whicb we are
ready to demonstrate to asy oxx~ FREE OF
DARGE. Fail not to investigalte and
procure t.his System, for it is one of the
reat boons tonanki'uONY ..o
yi5 for the SnFlt: -ramxE (LAlss, includ
.ug the Guitar G;rade
The above offer will hold good for a
thort time only. More thana Five Dollars'
AoHh of scisHntifie musical knaowledge can
.uis be obtained for this paltry summ. This
ystem is of equal advantage to th.e ad
rneed student as to thmose, who know no
hin~ about music. -
SAgents anid T-2::cears of this System
vadm-d ina evere mowne i'm the stat. To
tst worik--rs a h:nt . snw eome uiOla g uar
n Ia-eer e:aoi ~rde.e? i-nery aic
yng~K s : U.! TO A LL ,S
r . H.M 0 ARK,'tAt
TWT H.EINEDTO L AGK,ES
TAEWERRYENEN S. AECIES
ANWBERRY, S. C
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
C u.timAni., r. C., November 1lth, .
On a.d a:'ter Mor.day, Novmin er2~tt, I.' 81, the
l'AS: .G":1 i'ftA.INS aill run :as hv-rew ith in
4iic:ited1 tjoi ti r->adl and iPs branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSEN'CEr..
leave (.olunuia,A - - ' 11.2' a n
"Aton. - - - 12.26 p i
Newrserry. - - - - 1.22 p m
" Iodge., - - - 353 p in
'' Be!ion. - - - . p i
Arrive Gireer,ville, - - - - 627; p un
No. 58. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - l1.5" a n
S ieltoi. - - - 1 ?4 p n
Hodges. - - 231 1> in
" Newberry, - - - 5.05 p in
Altlimu. - - 6.' 4 p i
Arrive C::-bia.F - - 74.8 p in
SPA PTANB^.G, UNION & COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
". ::"i.'.: - - - - 2 p:)
Ar i e : - - - - : . mii
Le v N.-wbery. - - - - 5.1 ". y i
Atrv 2. arn C.~ H , - - 7.5p
.1:tL \1 .... !"1 r V l i. , ..: 11 2 !2 , i
L- . . - - - 6.30 a i
L n ,- - 4. 0 p m
4 427 I) i
Arrive at A bevle,. - - - 5.54 p in
LAGSif ~S &iAILWAY.
Leae ewery. - - - - 5.1, pm
Arrive at Liiuree:s C. 11., - - 7.'23 1) ini
Leave Abb'i . i., - - - t.30 a m
Arrive at Ne s r', - - - 9 31 a I
ABBLVILL BK NCII.
Leave Hodes. - - 4.'. p
Arrive at At.,heville, - " 4.Sti 1 m
Leave Abbevile - - - - l.)) m
Arrive at Iahles. - - - - 2.2 p m
BLUR e.LDUE aAILaIOAD AND A. DLIi.tQN
Leave elton at. 5J08 p in
.: And. on 541 p m
" Pendleton, 6.2) p in
Leave t'uec:t C, 7.2.' p) n
Arrive at Walihalla 7 4: 1) in
Leave %:valalu at. - - I0.4 + a ini
Leave Seueca 1), I1.19 a ..
t 'endk:ton, - - 1!.54 a in
" Anderson, - - 12 " p m
Arrive at B.ton, in
A. With South Carctiua Itailroad from Char.
With Wilmington, Columbia a"d Augusta
Railroad fr.tn Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & ) R. R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & 1). R. It., from At'
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad fo' Charles
With Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta
Rai!road for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
H1. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
St.andard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
which is fifteen minutes faster than Columbia.
T. Mf. R. T'ALCOTC, Gen. Mianager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. Porz, General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDUL4E.
On an d after Octobcr 16, 1881, Passenger
Trains on this p.cadi vill run as follows un
til further notice:
GOING EAST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Leave Columbia at - - - 6.00 P. M1.
Arrive Camnden~ at - - .45i P. M.
Arrive Charlestoni at - - - 10J.30 P. M1.
GOlNG WEST, -(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs.)
Leave Charleston at - - - 6.30 A. M1.
Leave Camide ai at - - - - 7.40 A. M1.
.Arrive Columibia at - - - 11.00 A. 31.
WAY FItEIGHT AND) PASSENG ER.
GoING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Columbia at - - - 5.15 A. M1.
Arrive Camden at - - - - 1.0 P. M1.
Arive Augusta at - - - - 3 20 P. Mi.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 1.5.5 P. M1.
GOING W EST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
* Leave Charleston aLt - - 9.95 A. M1.
Leave Augusta at - - - - 7.55 A. M1.
Arrive Columbia at - - 6.20 P. M1.
*P'assengers leav~mg Columbia or Charles
ton oni these trains will have to change cars
at Branchville to reach Charleston at 1.55 P.
M., or Columbla at 8.20 P. M.
.GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Columbia at - - - 9.53) P. M1.
Arrive Augusta at - - - 7.40 A. M1.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 6.53 A. M1.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - 8.2v P. M1.
Leave Augusta at - - - - 700 P. M1.
Arrive Columbia at - - - .lo A. M1.
On Columbia Division 'iight Express
Trains run daily ; all other Trains daily ex
On Augusta Division all Passenger Trains
Slecohn Cars n're attached to Night
E x res T rains-bert hs oly $1.50-between
Clmauina Charleston and Augusta. On
'atuir<iay aw :um. $ iays, rounda trip ticketL
are sold to an:d fro m all sttions5 at one first
lass irr fo;r the rouind tril. good till Mon
dy noon: to return. Connections made
at '.o(llumiai with Gi~reen:vi1lb: an i Columbiat
Ralroad andl Charlotto, Columnbia and Au
gusta Ranilroad at Charlotte .Junction byv
train arriving at Columbia at il.00 A. 31.
and leaving Columbia at 0 k0 P.&L., to and
from all points on ooth lIoads. At Charles
toin with~Steamers for New York oni Wed
neCdays and Saturdays; also, with steamner
for dacksonvilie anid points onl St. John
!irer and with Savannah and Charleston
Rairoati to all1 points South.
Connections are made at Augusta with
Geonrgia IRairoad and Central Railroad to
and from all points South and West.
Thrugh t ekets can he purchased to all
p)oints $outh awal West, by apply'ntg to_
A. lI. D)ESAUSS (RE, Agent, Colambia.
U. C. ALLEN, G. P.& T. A.
Joux B. PE.CK, GenrYal Superintendenlt.
JAMES A. GARlFIELD !
We have just engraved. at great expense,
the~ nEST and TRUESTr Chromno Photograph of
JAMES A. CARFIELD
that has ever been engraved. This is, in
(ed., a work of real merit. Almost life
size. No homiie is comleite without a copy.
Beautifully grouped around thme poirtrait are
elegar.! pictiures of GARFIEL D'S HOME AT
MENTOR, and' lliram College. and also the
White House at Washington. Please re
member that this engravinug is a CHRoMo
PUoToGR.arH, and is' therefore perfect.
Size of engraving, 28 x :6. landsomely
bound, 3mdeil- mounted, and elegantly var
r.isli. They nreed no frames. Rteadecr, if
you wiSh CAI)oy of this truly beautiful wvork
send at once. Price Only ~$1.25. Agents
suppl)iedI aLt $4.75 per dozen. You can make
$8 per day .illing this engraving. Send full
shipping directions. As WE CANNT SEND BY
MAlL-Ir MUtST GO BY EXP'RESS. RtEMEMBER
Tmis. Send money by common letter AT
ouR RISK. Send a SI bill andi make change
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