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Cotswold Sheei were introduced
to the special notice of American
sheep breeders by the importations
of Erastus Corning, anei of Wm. H.
Sotham, in the year 1840, and from
the increase of these flocks, and
many subsequent importations,
they have become as well known j
as any of the improved breeds of t
sheep. The impetus giveU to the t
breeding of mutton sheep by Mr. 1
Bakewell of Dishley, Leicester
shire, through his wonderful im t
provement of the old Leicestershire
sheep, and the establishment of the a
Dishley breed, as so far superior to
all other long wool sheep of En
gland, that the rams were used up
on long-wool flocks of all sections, i
had of course its effect upon the
Cotswold-the breed native to
Gloucestershire and vicinity. The
firmer and quicker fattening Dish
ley rams greatly improved these
hardy, large-framed sheep, and ju- j
dicious breeding, with heed to the
important lessons which Mr. Bake
well taght, have confirmed and
established the breed in such a
number of points of superiority,
that 't is hardly too much to say
that it now stands pre-eminent
among the long-wool breeds.
The characteristics of the breed,
when well developed, are a large
'size, with admirable form; bone
enough to' carry well a carcass
weighing 200 to 250, and occasion
ally 300 pounds, or even more;
early maturity (the lambs also at
taining very soon a large size and
fitness for market, due primarily to
their hardiness, and secondarily to
the great abundance of milk yield
ed by the ewes); notable prolificacy
of the ewes, and their excellent c
feeces. In the matter of fleece
there has been constant improve
ment, not on y does it more com
~$.pletely cover the body, extending
<>below the knees and the gg
sometimes even to th ., feet, and
almos allov, the I>elly, but well
ove poll'1. This feature is fool
'y valued by breeders, and un-<
shorn locks are left often hanging<
like a deformity over the eyes of
favorite sheep. We must note also
as characteristic of the breed, thati
the mutton is less tallowy, the fat
more interlarded, and the flesh
-more marbled than that of less im.
proved long-wool sheep.-Ameri
can Agriculturist for February.
PPING~ Ps.cH gTONES.-gev
eral have asked how to prepare
peach stones for planting. They
are probably, aware, that when the
stones are kept dry all winter and
then planted in spring, very few, if
any, will germinate. In nurseries, I
the stones are not allowed to get
very dry, but they are stratified or 1
bedded just before winter sets in. 1
The usual manner is, to mark out]
the limits of the bed and spreadi
the stones over it to the depth ofi
two or three inches ; the stones are
then spaded in as if turning under 4
a dressing of manure. By this op
eration they are distributed through
and well mixed with the soil, where
-~- they are left to freeze and thaw all
winter. This treatment causes the
halves of the stone to separate and
the pressure within of the swelling
seed can push them apart. This
may be effected by other methods
than that of spading in. The
stones are sometimes spread upon
the ground and covered with spent
tan-bark or sawdust to the depth of
three to five inches, and thus ex
posed to the weather. In spring,
when the ground is ready to plant,
the stones that have been spaded
in are separated by throwing the
soil of the bed "pon a riddle, such
is usedby masons ; the earth falls
through while the stones are left
upon the riddle. Those that have
been under tan or sawdust are
more easily recovered at planting
time.-Amierican A4grieutturist for
It is the experience of many far
mers that too wide planting of corn
tends to lessen the crop, and also
produces smaller ears. The best
distance is conceded to be three
feet each way, with four stalks to
Keep sheep dry under foot. This
is eve-n more necessary than roofing
them Never let sheep stand or
* lie in mud or water.
Young cows do not give as rich
niilk as do those of mature age.A
lean cow gives poor milk and a fat
one rich milk.
w ~ ip asht.
The United States produces
bout four fifths of the raw cotton
f the world, but manufactures less
ban one sixth of it.
The London Times estimates
hat church attendance in England,
if all denominations, includes more
ban half the population.
The Jewish population of the
vorld is estimated by Prof. Bra
tiati at 7,000,000 persons, of whom
aore than 5,500,000 are in Europe.
It is stated by Dr. Billings (U. S.
L) that 100,000 people die annually
n the United States from pre7ent
ble diseases and avoidable acci
The French indirect taxes have.
ielded over $43,000,000 more than
he estimate-that is, the yield of
he corresponding taxes in the pre
Celluloid is now being used in
he manufacture of artificial eyes.
Phe material is lighter than glass,
id its non-friable quality renders
t far more trustworthy in emer
A 'dress album,' is the latest
dea. A piece of each new dress is
arefully cut and pasted upon a
eaf and the date is attached. Thus
record of a lady's changes of cos
,ame is made.
A young school teacher in Red
3ud, Ill., by the name of Bailey, at
empted to punish a pupil aged
.8, and was stabbed to death.
oth teacher and pupil were con
idered of excellent character.
It is said that the railroad offices
n Austria employ upward of three
bousand women. They receive a
alary of from $5 to $30 per month.
7hey are invariably the near rela
ives of dead or active male em
>loyees of the road.
A Providence woman went no
urter towards murdering an enemy
ban to get a false advertisment of
ter death into the papers, with the
ge set down at 38 years, and the
bliss' inserted to remind the reader
hat she was still unmarried.
About a thousand million dollars
if our national debt have been paid
ince the war ended. France has
tow nearly treble our debt, and
xreat Baitten more obe
ven S $ abigger debt than
inwhich remains of ours.
The authorized manufactory of
>laying cards in St. Petersburg is
itated to produce 24,000 pack per
lay. Estimating the working days
if the year at 300, this gives a
otal of 7,200,000 packs as the
LDnual consumption of this article
There are sewing women in New
Eork who are compelled to eke out
subsistence by making shirts at
orty-five cents a dozen. The sew
ng machine has, no doubt, brought
great blessings with it, but 'The
Song of the Shirt' has lost none of
ts pathos by being sung to a new
It is reported that P. T. Barnum
s the person who has offered to
>uy the body of Guiteau. It is
laid that Mr. Barnum's purpose is
o have the body embalmed and
~hen to exhibit it in his Chamber of
~orrors, which, it is understood, is
obe one of the features of his
While a landlady watched the
~mpty trunk of a suspicious boarder
t Jackson, Mich., he escaped with
11 his extra wardrobe in his pockets
md high hat. She overhauled hini at
~he railroad station, pulled off his
2at, and amused the spectators by
:aking therefrom a shirt, a pair of
locks, and some collars.
An Indianapolis child became a
smoker ude two years of age, be
~inning with a very mild cigarettes,
~vhich his mother taught him tc
2se in order to keep him quiet, and
soon taking to strong cigars with
great enjoyment. But at four he is
in a hospital, undergoing treatment
or spinal troubles brought on by
the effect of the tobacco on his
The Daily News-Democrat o:
()uunison, Colorado, contains the
following announcement, over the
signature of M,rs. Julia Garrahy:
A. liberal reward will be paid b3
Martin Joseph Garrahy's wife foi
the address of Martin Joseph Gar
rahy, if living. If dead, she woulc
also like to know, as she knows
good Irishman who would like tc
marry her and father his orphans.
West Virginia has a reckless
bigamist in Dr. Love, a dentist,
who makes a round of the principa]
towns every year, remaining from
week to two months in each. He
grows sentimental while working
in the mouths of women, and hai
sometimes been whipped for his
udacity ; but in seven instances
bis advances led to marriage. The
seven wives are living, and the
Doctonr has gne to jail.
INDORSED BY di
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL N
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A A
q to eertion o0-# bWyA* A
IrNtabilit of te rnnorLow irits, Loss s1
7 _ _p___ __ L
ofmemory,, I &
ected some duty 1 iness.
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. A
suc cases,n dos efet su ecaS L
of feeling as to astonish the sferer.
y a te, ands ce th
nody to ONk thuite.ssem
mneished.and by theirToaieAtionOn the
Dgst-iftt *rgas efflarSeel R eo
ducd Price ?cets. 35 ay St., FY
TUTT'S HAIR YE A,
sm r anatsria,dor,eats pr5e1r
ol bein as toatnstesfee. L
Tbenr. n1 U4T AEL fYlal Jfeai and m h
O =e, 3a Mualy Ste,L YA ok.
GRYH=rHEzscRaged t& fY L
A sremey m a.i tte a reputation as Im tet
ter'M Soaghgitrte desexres an feirt ril. I
O ar speptic, ur malady will vent a
TUeTd to VA liyo able lmales a felI
%lespondent, it will both euild and cheer you
if you ar consiated, it wil relieve,and
Don't depond, but make this effort in the right
~or sale by alDru sts anid Dealers
Uilm BLOK OR TllI ASK[N! L
By applying personally at the nearttst of- L
fce of THE SINGER MANUFACTURING L
C0. (or by postads csard if at a distance) any A
Aart person will bei presented with a -oeau-.
tifuliy illtistrated co'py~ of a New Rook enti- .
C E N US R E A E D , !S
D r of th se uta chin e,
containing a handsome arnd costly steel en
graving fr..ntispiece ; also, 28S Snely en- L
graved wood cuts, and bound in an elabo
rate blue and gold lithoraphed cover. No
charge whatever is made for this handsome L
booki, which can be obtained only by appli- L
cation at the branch and ubordinate offices A
of The Singer Manufacturing Co. a
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING .
Principal Office, 34 Union Sqnare,C
-May 18, 2rs-ly New York. a
GERUIVfAN KAINIT, a
(Direct Importation.) A
(Direct from the Agent of the Peruvian
(C to 8 per cent. Ammonia.) G
Nova Scotia Land Plaster.p
GROUND PHOSPHATE, (
(Fine ground and high grade.)
For sale by
HERMANN BULWINKLE, C
Dc. 15, 50-3m.A
Wewat lmie WVAN9TED.
We anta imiednumber of active, en
egetic canvassrs to engag Ina pleasan
find t iis a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY. I
Such will please answer this advertise- A
ment by letter, eniclosing stamp for reply,
stating what business they have been en
gaged in. None but those who mean busi
FesnedapNLEY,H EVEY & CO.,~
Nov. 17,1880-47-2y. Atlanta, Ga.
r 10 IIToe who alwy take advan
ultge of thie goo hne s formak
erally become wealthy, while those who do I
not improve such chances remain in pover
ty We Nwant many men women oys ad I
ites. Any one can do the work po er
ay nmore thantetiseordinary wages.
ou can devote your whol tmeapidhel
work-, or only your spare moments. Full
ifrainand all that is needed sent I
free. Address STiNeos & Co., Portland,
3 1 ain . 4 8 - -ly -
F. A. Lehman, Solicit4* of American and
sn ess connsected with Patents, w hether
mpetOrthe Patent Office or te Corts,
less a patent is secured. Send for circular.
Sep. 21, SS-tf.w.l.
Tf IIbusiness now before the public.
UIrYou can make money faster at<
Iiiwork 'r us than atanything le
-o.$2ayand upwards made at home
y te ndstios.Men women, boand
anted ethe hcan live at hiome and
Ido the work. N.o one can tail to make enor
itS f ndtrms free Money made fas eaiy
and honorably. Address TRUE &CO.., Au
gnaa, Maine. 4#-1y
flumbia & Greenville Rallro
COLUMBIA. S. C., January 28th. 188
Dn and after Monday. January 3Wth, 1882,
LSSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith
:ated upoa this road and Its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 52. UP PASSENGER.
ave Columbia,A - - e 11.10:
nety-Six, -- --- 2.411
" Hodges, - - 388
" Belton, - - 4.55
rive Greenville, - - - - 6.2u
No. 55. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Greenville, - - - 10.8
" Belton. "- . - 11.57:
" Hodges, - 1141
nety-Six, - - . - - 2.W
Newberry, - - - 3.47
Alston, - 4.46
rrive Columbis,F - - 5.501
ARTANBUEG, UNION a COLUEBIA RAILEO
No. 5. UP PASSENGER.
ave Alston, - - - . 12.36
" Strother, - - - - 1.4
" Shelton, - - - - 2.26
" Santuc, - - - - 3.48
" Union, - - - 4.43
" Jonesville, - - - 6.38
rrive Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, E 7.08
No.55. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Spsrtanburg,R. & D. Depot, H 1257
" Spartanburg, S. U. & C. Depot,G 1.13
" Jonesville, - - - 2.01
" Union. - - - 2.82
Santuc, - - - 258
" Shelton, - 8.37
Strother. - - - 4.o1
rrive at Alston. - - - 4.36
aRve Newberry, . - - - 3.55
rrive at Laurens C. H., -- 6.19
ave Laurens C. H., - - - 12.50
rrive at Newberry, - - 8 3.08
ave Hodges, , - - 8.46
rrive at Abbeville, - 4.35
ave Abbeville, - - - - 12.15
rrive at Hodges, - - - - 1.06
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSC
ave Belton at. 4,57
" Anderson 6.29
" Pendleton S. 8
!ave Seneca C, 7.10
rrive at Walhalla 7.36
%ae Walhalla at. - - 9.25
ave Seneca D, 9.58
" Pendleton, - - 10.31
" Anderson, - - 11.12
rrive at Belton, - - 11.47
With South Carolina Railroad from Cl
With Wilmington, Columbia and Aug
Railroad from Wilmington and
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Aug
Railroad from Charlotte and all po
With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail 2
for points in Western North Carolin
With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., fron
points South and West.
With A. & C.Div., R. & D. R. R., from
lanta and beyond.
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
points South and West.
With South Carolina Railroad for Chai
With Wilmington, Columbia and Aug1
Railroad for Wilmington and the No
With Charlotte, Columbia and Angi
Railroad for Charlotte and the Nort
With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail
With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., f
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Wa.ohington, D.
hich is fifteen minutes faster than Columbi
T. . R. TALCOTr, Gen. Manag
J. W. FRY, Superintenden
A. PoPz, General Passenger Agent.
Duth Carolina , 1, C a
- CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after January 8, 1882, Passex
rains on this road will run as follows
I further notice:
GOING EAST, DAILY.)
eave Columbia at . - .00 P
rrive Camden at - - 8.45 P.
rrive Charleston at - - - 10.30 P
-GOING WEST, DAILY.)
ave Charleston at . . - 6.1 A
save Camden at - - - - 7.40 A
rrive Columbia at - 10.52 A
WAY FREIGHT AND PASSENGEE.
ooING EAsT DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
eave Columbia at-I 4.05 A
rrive Camden at..-.-.-..-.-.1.00 P.
rrive Augusta at.-.-.-..1.35...P
rrive Charleston at - - 1.02 P
GoL'NG WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
eave Charleston at -- 8.95 A
eave Augutas at - - 7.00 A
rrive Columbia at - -. 4.52 P,
*Passengers leaving Columbia or Char
n on these trains will have to change C
Branchville to reach Charleston at 1.0
or Columbia at 4.52 P. M.
OING EAST DAILY.
save Golumlbia at- - - 9.30 P,
rrive Augusta at..-.-.-..-.7.5A
rrive Charleston at . . - 6.5 A
GOING WEST DAILY.
ave Charleston at - - 8.15 P,
save Auguta at- - - - 4.45 P,
rrive Columbia at - -- 5.10 A
All trains run daily except Way Frel,
Id trains on Camden Branch, which
Wy except Sundays.
BleepingCr are attached to N:
rssransberths only $1.50-betw
nfumba, Charlestonl and Augusta.
turdays and Sundays. round trip tici
e sold to and from all Stations at one1
ass fare for the round trip, good till Is
,y noon to return. Connections m:
Columbia with Greenville and Colun
airoad and Charlotte, Columbia and
usa Railroad at Charlotte Junction
'in arriving at Columbia at 10.52 A.
ad leaving Clumbia at 6 00 P.5!., to:
m all points on both Roads. At Chaz
m with Steamers for New York on iM
Sdays and Saturdays; also, with steal
yr Jacksonville and points on St. J<
iver and with Savannah and Charles
alroad to all points South.
Connections are made at Augusta i
ePaRailroad and Central Railroas
nd rom all points South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased to
oints South and West, by applying to
A. B. DESAU5SSURE, Agnt, Columbi
D. C. ALLEN , G. P. & T..
JOHN B. PECK, General Manager.
harlotte, Columbia & Augusta R
OFICE GErNAL PAssENGER AGENT
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 8, 181
On and after Sunday. January 8, 1882,
llowing Schedule will be operated by
ompany: NORTH WA.RTD.
No. 55 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
cave Augusta, A............... 7.20
.rrve at Columbia, B...........1.10
,cave Columbia, B............. 11.17
.rive at Charlotte, C..........--- 4.00
No. 51 DAILY-MAIL AND EXRESS.
,eave Auguta, A................ 6.0
rrive at Clumbia, D...........10.37
cave Columbia, D............-10.42
.rrive at Charlotte, C............. 3.20.
o. 17 LoCAL FREIG1$T, daily except SunC
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
,rrive at Charlotte..........-..... 4.55
No. 52 DAILY-MAIL AND ExPRBSs.
cave Charlotte. C............... .1.15
rive at Columbia, B...........6.07
,eave Columbia, B.............. 6.14
rive at Augusta, A............10.20
No. 54 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
,eave Ch'arlotte, C..............-1.10
Lrive at Columbia, D............. .5.38
,eave Columba, D............-.545
[018LCA GT, daily except Suns
(Wth Passenger Coach attached.)
rive at Columbia......... ....4.35
A-With all lines to and from Savam
'lorida and the South and Atlanta, Ma
nd the Southwest.
B-With South Carolina Railroad to
C-With Richmond and Danville Rallh
a and from all points North, Atlantic,'
Lessee nd Ohio Railroad and Carolina
D-Connect with the W. C. & A. E. Ei.
Vimin tn and all points on the Atls
P'ullman Sleepin Cars on Trains Noi
nd 55 between Agsta and Washin
). C., via Danvile Lychburg andC
ottesville. Also, on Tris52 and 5S
ween Danville and Richmond.
Numbers 51 and 55 run solid between
usta and Florence and carr Pull1
leeprs between.Augusta and Wilming
.nd btween Augnista and Greensboro,
Above schedule Washington time.
A. POPE, General Passenger Agel
G. . TALCorr, Superintendent.
tshevllie and Spartanburg Eal1rt
SPATANBURGO, S. C., Septmber 1, 18
On and after Thursday, Setmber 1,
>assenger trains will be run daly (Sund
icepted) between Spairtanburg and
lersonvlle, as follows:
UP T RAIN.
.eaveE. & D. Depot at Spartanburg.4..2
trrive at Hendersoniville.........s
leave endersonVlle...... ---.83
rrive R. & D. DptSpartanburxg.12.00
Both trains mae connections for Co
>ta and Charleston via SU
hd Columbia and Atla.ntaand
UL1gLne. .TAMES ANDEBSOI
d. CLOT h I NG.
CLOTH1NG . L. K]
' CLOTRING.FALL AN]
m M With the Larzest
C L 0 T
= CLOTHING.GH1 FURK
"' CLOTHING- To Be Found
p CLOTH ING. 9To al of which
pm ---- - -
.u SW A]am
SHas employed afCu
ence in his CUSTO M
Fall, who will, with I
-a stylish cut of his gari
'the most fastidious.
5 1E AN ELEGA
ad FOREIGN AND DO
SUITS, $25 A]
e .Frapits ar d
r - -P Hlt atttyltion given to orders.
~55, 5% & 59 Market Street,
l There is now in Stock al
A Full, Fresh ant
D RY G
Ladies', Men's an
ei These goods were purchased uder fa
are OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR
e"s May 11, 19-tf.
*o R P Er-s _ro a E UIIns OfErt .
an our ea oinn
p m is the Be:.'t and Most Relia
pm e, and that 'ahe
Pteepm o for the first time last S
Phosphate 55 5 e9 . M arket.
a m It is ow-.c .ry for us to say anytl
ag which may4 be o .lued from our Agents o
a m a:nply repay pema
lays Vine will ha re a moderate supply of end
apayable in tcon neCxt Fall1. If there is n'
p m chant to order u..
Jan. 26, 1t-2i' Savannah, 6
and _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
or A'SUPERIOR LOT OF
A'aays on hand at
_J. TAILOR'S REPOSITORY,
lad. Below M. Foot & Son's, on opposite side.
~. Call and look at themn. For site by
STAYLOR & CLINE.
len- Mar. 9. 10- .
m rfl No~e in so.r own twn. 5Ot
a flm lttal not reured.an re airns
eb an l tIm you work, write f
to IL HAL.rmT & CO., Portland
31A, S. C., CLOTHIN
) WINTER CLOTHIN
and Best Stock of
in the State. CLOTHlN
he invites aitention. CLOTHIN
ETA, S. C.,
tter of much exper
is son, noted for ti
nents, be able to plea
NT LINE OF
iMONS. COCOANUTS. BAISIJ
and. No Commission or Auction Goods b
re depend uponfirst class stock.
T & C O .,
. . .CHARLISTON, 8.
the Old and Noted House,
in Columbia, S. C
I Complete Line of
i Children's Shoes,
NGS, OIL CLOTH!
N LACES,CO IC
orable anspices by an esperienced buyer,
PRICES. Try them.
EX'OR. k CI
I AS USUL
.ot1. Ceoli t11, Georgi:t an:d Alabamai
IBBS & Co's
ble aind Cheapest Fertilizei
[BBS & CO.'S
a MO, has proved unexcelled by anyJ
ing about these Fertilizers as the rep
ourselves cover the whole subject, and
:h, which can be obtained from our Age
>Agent at your Railroad Depot, get your
X, GIBBS & CO.,
ra., and Charleston, S. C
TO SELL A HOUSEHOL.O ARTIC
HEas well as the rich, the old
thhs the young, the wfe as wel
ay justas wel eantew dollars in]
a at a otohers to earn tfor them.
ring yonr spar hor on ; taelna
frends and acquaintances. f yon do
ble infrma*o"Rn *n toyufe acs.I
Do not neget this opportunity Yoi
an un'aget ko luosiI.*'o*
rediy seht It wil be an eas mat
o ablcrative ad Independeat busines,
tend to this matter NIOW.for there is MO2
f never 'wrote to us before. WE aEND I
r BUCKEYEM'P'G CO
I ~ MAsIoN, Ofli
G. Use Lawrenc
- For COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROA
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases
~ ILZM FTt IOU
in ~ ~ 1t in ad 1a
and LUNGS, butt has never been so adv
RIYK Its soothing IaWsamic propertiesaluor
system after tne cough has ben relleved. Quarl
-. CA UT 10N ! go*"**d** ur* T
XMICATE article-4he geDunie has a Private
permits It to be Sold by Drugsts, Groew
r=aT- S1 1: . SPEA
The TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Pr
A GRA0 EUSIC
THE STUDY OF MI
The Labor ofC *Years Accc
the New Inductivf
Has Opened a STUDIO ove
Store for the Rece
Having Tangit this Method in the North w
villt, S.C.. now Ofrers her Services and the X
AW i is impossible to set forth ALL THE
Old System, In an Advertisement, but invite a]
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It L so Si
it It does away with years of drudgery.
It takes the P"pil almost immediately into
continues the same throughout the whole Coui
I. is not a superficial method, but applies tA
out any change wbatever.
It commends itself at once to the educated
This Method is entirely different from the
An opportunty is ofered to all to gain a .
far. Less &pense
A-Many of my Pupils in the- South we~
which was gained at a nominal expens% while
DOLLARS per Lesson.
This Method fulfils the maxim that "Whate
ens life and Increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 ets
jl- Books and Sheet Music towll be
FOR FURTHER PARTiCULAIS, CALL 0
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