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THE SHEEP GRUB.
During the hot days of mid-sum
am, sheep often huddle togather
with their noses upon the ground,
or in some other constrained posi.
tion. This is done, partly at least,
to secure them from the attacks
of the prestering Glad-fly ((Eatr s
ovis), which is the parent of the an
noying Grub in the-head. This in
* sect is closely related to the dot
fl$, that deposits its eggs upon
the neck, shoulders, and forelegs of
borses, from which they are re
moved by the teeth of the animal,
to allay the itching, and are taken
into the stomach, and develop in
to the troublesome dots. The fe
-~ male sheep gad-dly aims to deposit
m e e g y a s do.h er eggs in the nostrils of the sheep,
andihe animals, apparently aware 4
of the effects to follow, try to pre.
vent it. If the eggs are laid, they
soon hatch, and the young grubs
asend the nostrils, greatly to the
distress of the affected sheep. The
"worms" attach themselves to the
sinuses of the nose, by means of
-hooks like those of the horse dot,
and live upon the mucus secretions
of the irritated surface to which
they cling. Wit - fully grown,
tho grubs work- their way down
through the narrow openings, by
which- - they entered when first
hatched, and again cause the sheep
much pain. The grubs fall to the
ground, and burrowing for .a few
inches, become chrysalids, which
develop into the perfect flies in
about two months. The grubs
pass from the sheep in early sum
mer, and the fiee come out of the
ground from July to September.
A daub of tar upon the nose is the
best preventive, and should be
frequently applied during the sum
mer'months. This may be done by
sprinkling some meal or salt oveg
the tar in a trough, when the sheep
will apply it themselves as they eat
the meal. Some farmers plow fur
rows in the pasture, to furnish the
sheep a good place to bury their
noes. The sheep grub is not fatal,
but very disagreeable, and doubt
less has a had effect on the general
health of infected sheep. If any
one desies to study the grubs, he
may find them in many of the heads
of sheep killed at the shambles.1
([American Agriculturist for August.
SPARE T STOA DS.
.There is no better abused, and4
probably no more useful creature in
the garden and upon the farm than
the toad. That apt smile,. "like a
toadi under a harrow," tells the
story of his wrongs. And now
that our harrows are armed with
steel teeth, and are supplemented
* ith clod crushers and cultivators]
of various types for comminuting -i
the soil, the sorrows of the toad i
are intensified, and he is threatened t
with extinction in all cultivated <
fields Stay tby hand from slaugh
ter, tiller of the soil. The toad is
as useful in his place as the imple
* ~ ments of tillage~ you drive over his
back so thoughtlessly.
"The jewel in his head'' is not
then e, ba: in his capacious stom
aeh, that always has room in
it for one more bug, one more worm,
that destroys the food of man.
Watch his habits for a day, and ob
serve the lightning thrusts of his
tongue as he scoops in your ene-1
mies, and you will have a better
appreciation of his work, and of
his place in good husbandry. If1
your garden is without toads, you
can afford to pnrchase them for
stock. They will pay good divi
dends, as surely as superphosphate.
([American Agriculturist for August.
Scabby leg in poultry is.caused by
a minute insect that burrows be
neath scales upon the leg. An oc
casional washing of the roosts with
kerosene oil is an excellent preven
tive, as it is also against other ver
min. If the disease has started in
* ~ the flock, then wash the turkeys
with a mixture of one-half water
and one half kerosene. Repeat the
application in a week if a cure is
not effected by the first wash.
Do not use the wash too strong lest
* it cause swelling of the legs, or
even paralyze them. In a very
* bad case separate the diseased fowl
4rm the others, use the solntion
erthan above and repeat in
Y ~ . days.
THE STRONGEST MAN ON
EARTH.
George Jagendorfer is probably
the strongest man in the world. He I
is of medium height, but of more
than proportionate breadth and
depth of chest. His forearm is
bigger than the calf of an ordinary
man's leg, measuring fifteen and a
one-half inches, and the muscle i
near the shoulder is eighteen and n
one-half inches in circumference. j
His legs are also muscularly de
veloped, and somtimes he lies
prone on his back and plays spor.
Lively with 200-pound balls, which
he tosses about much as ordinary
men would toss balls of the same
size made o( india rubber. His
"finger-lif"-meaning a lift by the.
second finger of the right hand-is 5
550 pounds. It is a cannon that
e lifts by a ring and holds while it
is fired off. His shoulder-lift is a
horse- (the last weighed 960 pounds);
which is a test of plain strength "
auch as has never been .seen before,
the lifter stands on a platform,
;he horse beneath, and the lift is -
me of pure strength, without any
nechanical assistance, says straps
>ver the shoulders. When Jagen
lorfer exercises with dumbbells he
'puts up" 250-pounders, and juggles
n the air with 100 or 150-pounders,
nuch as the ordinary gymnast
zandles five and ten-pounders. He
arries five men, two on each end I
)f the pole, and one on his shoul- 1
ler, - and can resist the pulling
trength of three strong men with 4
the seeond finger of his-right hand. (
Re- purposes, as soon as arrange
ments a be- perfeeted; to lift a
1,4 0-pound elephant.-Phfadelphia
Press.
AN EDITOR'S DAUGHTE.-"Pa. i
pa, v:a't I go.to the store and get
new dress?"
"Why, child, you havegct $lenty
bf good dresses."
"Yes, paps, but they are out of
style."
"Nonseese,.gir1 ! the trees-always
ome out If the same style every
spring, don't they?"
"Yes, papa, and they always look
green, too"
Papa, adsg{"One might know
Le couldn't get ahead of an editor's '
laughter.") "All right, go to the
store and get a dress."-Winfield
W. ra.) Irrepressible.
INDISCEEET.-The baroness has
a charming little daughter, but who
s terribly indiscreet. The otlehr
lay, in the midst of a reception,
yaby cried'and writhed on account '
f the tootbache. Her mother tried
o console her. i
"There, mny darling; be reasona
1e; don't cry. Your toothache4
vill pass away."
"How will it go way?" replied
aby, her voice broken. by sobs.
'I can't take my teeth out as you
an. mamma.!"
Sam Carroll, a Kentucky ten-year
ld, was in the habit of lying downS
n the road and compelling team
ters to drive around him, was
? last crushed by the wheels
f a wagon loaded with corn.1
le had four ribs broken and an
gly gash cut on his breast. For w~
,while he looked more like a corpseF
han anything else, but the next p
Lay he was out en the ash hopper t
laying the jewsharp. f
[Chicago Times.
A boaster in a hotel was telling
if the many sections of the coun
ry that he had visited. A fellow
? his elbow asked, -Have you ever
>een in Algebra ?"~ "Oh. yes," c
aid the boaster, "I passed through e-c
here on the top of a stage coach ~
about a year ago." - e
Jones asked his wife : 'Why is a
msband like dough !' 'He expected
ue would give it up, and was go
nto tell her it was because a
woman needs him: but she said it
vas because lie was hard to get off
aer hands.
Even the "old watch-dog of thed
reasury," with the nation's millions ti
behind him. could not assume the t'
R
malignant expression of jealous y
vigilance which is worn by an old t<
en studiously sitting on a broken
tumbler and two door-knobs. -
-
A Southerner lately visited a
circus and menagerie in order to
see what would happen if he touch
ed the tip of the elephant's trunk
with a lighted cigar. It was a
busy day for the coroner.
The lawyer's usual garment.
Log suit
The gunner's style of ha- -
Bangs.
Getting the points on sadv
ry-Fighting him with
TUr.T?6
PILLS
TORPID BOWEL.,
DISORDERED LIVtR,
and MALARIA.
From these souroes arise threedbu"h of
be diseases of the human raee. These
ymptomaindiate theirexistence:Loa-ot
costive, S ei
s od Irltj Of temper I.dN
jrb eelin of having adad
we y, iaessi Flnttering at the
[eart, Dota betbre the ayes, hig1 y eol
o& Irine, CONSTIPa TION, and-e
%and th~e use of aremedy that acas drcl
n theLiver. As aLiver medcine 7.IlS
'ILLS haveno equal. Their antlona the
dneysandSkin is also romt; remving
U impurtlee. through thecse three.!! seav
agers of the stem," produeing atpe.
klanda vgorous body.. rTC LLSa
as no nausea or griping nor Interfere
rith daily work and are a perfect
INTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
.- FEELS LTN A NEW R N.
"I have had D , with Constipa
MrI and TUTT'S are-the first
htr 'me any good. Thiey have
ed"ou ni . M appetite is
pplendid, food dgssraiy, and I now
iave natural peassages. I feel like a new
aan.' W. DEDWADS, Palmyra, 0.
ldeverywhere,l5e. OfBee,4MurraySt.,N.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR BYE.
GRAT HaR on WISKERs changed In'
a MaGOWS BLACK by afsngle ap.
of this Drs. Sold by Druggists,
>r ent by express on receipt of $1.,
Ooe, 44Murray Street, New York.
UT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FRES
July 19,,29-1y.
WRIIHT tU
I. w. COPPCK
Are now i4 the
-oom lately occupied
)y Mrs. Sophia Re
us, and are closing
ut their stock of
Diothing,
kc., saved from the
ire, without regard
o cost.
Bargains may be
iad by calling early.
aug. 8, 32-4t.
TENTS.
ten a rough skthor a
n sdeeou nmtis
GE E. b LEMON,
Washinn, D. C., ads Preliminary
Examination will be made, witLut
c argloi& Unitedyo wtI1 bo af te
ANDERSON,de. C.e
Te ch a thelas sooln the
hr hi bos.t oment crn Deulr nede- ss,
(uop elyobterrylegv Colere.n
caInaution In ariouesatmentsante
i bgint.1tt. of~Eigt Isretors.,an
~Felt Cses made the Naturae Sciencaes
ucreormptnce s esratI ad
oges.th Boar d to $12em end mnth
tion D.9 pe ar at.tor futher ine~
,r aptaion A ess iaio n
Ri s Gcf. .eHOLLAN, thi oM.,eha
as osu peraion foreIUS raidrferek,a e
van ed acalinsgoo salmeve, n ish
Itlde at aw prdicindor cmrcm
o and er. Pate clnts, e
mple n,theeder WaSndN Codns
. tlatbysonr.
SAdpson MPope, Sc.ool
EWBESO, S. C.
Theceaptetirtocas choolreateo
msfth Bos,o Kirdneys, Badde,
eetum, LiGSoma, Eyite,ar,
ose and TrEt, teNrosSs
mag.1d 3ancerosSrsad es
Coresponerce ol ege
Apil 2,i O 14-l. EgtIsrCs
TEL C OURSE'S FAUD.Era,
Pacubrssi hed Natumral ScCe.
ge. BdE0t & $1a er mont,
ton r19ca perinters; For forter hain
ublihetfi st daewspae sdi
augmb , overthit ye rsaobein t.l
THbyiTHDAEistebtAd
ertisingtmediumrinorhe Codnty for wel
cansad Ser ugsi:n en. ndi
1(utd o p rione,R &~ PA .LEE,
au. 14, 31-t u tr..C
amonO PpE, NO PAY
OffceOer Hot.sehv
Iadto tad eea prce pan'
*pea a*eto oteteteto
.Machinery, Engines, etc.
The Log Remains Stationary while
the Saw Travels.
THE NOVELTY SAW MILL is mounted on wheels or
stationary, can be moved about with almost as much as ease as a portable
cotton gin or thresher guaranieed, with a good 10 horse power engine will cut
4,000 ft. 1 in. lumber per day, or 2,000 or 3,000 feet with a 6 horse power. Has
a 52 In. inserted tooth saw.
The Birdsall Traction Engine has no equal, will travel over
the roughest roads, through mud or sand and carry saw mill, thresher or wagon.
The lirdsall 6 to 8 h. p. engine mounted or sem-portable drives a 60 saw in
up to one bale Cotton an hour. Has more power to its weight than any engine
on the market.
The Birdsall Separator noted for its cleaning qualities and fast work.
Having the general agency for South Carao ina for the above machinery I
can sell on liberal terms and at reasonable prices.
Also agent for the
AUGUSTA COTTON GIN WORKS.
All gins especially tue Gullett repaired in the best manner. Orders for Gin
Ribs, Bristles, Gin Saws, Belting, &c., alled promptly.
inufacture the VAR 2 AN T CROWN GIN which is
warranted to make a fne sample, clean the Seed perfectl! and not choke or break the
Roll. For sale a lot of Gullett and Barrett Cotton (ins new and in perfect
order at reduced prices. Address
o. M. STONE, Agen.t,
Augusta, Ga.
july 5, 27-2mos.
Hotel.
The Crotwell Hotel,
A LARGE THREE STORY BRICK BUILDING.
Only Hotel with Electric Bells in Newberry.
Only Hotel with Cistern Water.
CENTRAL OFFICE OF TELEPHONE EXCHANGE,
MRS. EMMA F. BLEASE,
PROPRIETRESS,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
This commodious and spacious Hotel is now open and ful prepared to entertain at
comers.
The Furniture of every description is New, and no effort will be spared to make an
persons patronizing the establishment at home.
The Rooms in this Hotel are spacious, well lighted, and the best ventilated of any
Hotel in the up country.
One of the Best Sample Rooms in the State.
All horses entrusted to our care will be well cared for at Christian & Smith's Stables.
IIERMS.
BOARD BY THE MONTH, $30,00; WEEK, $10,00; DAY, 82.00.
LOWER RATES BY THE YEAR.
The Table shall be furnished with the very best. Nov. 2, 44-1y.
.nliscelaneous.
NPRIIG OPENIIG OF 188,
Embracing a Large Stock of.
CLOTHING
nia YTm, Yi in cEIuIN
CASSIMEIRE SUITS,
CHEVIOT SUITS,
FLANNEL SUITS,
SERGE SUITS.
Gen.ts' F-urnishing Goods.
This stock is complete in all its varieties and styles.
My Stock of Gents' Fine Shoes
has been selected with-great care and can furnish you all the styles.
Low Quarters and Gaters In Calf and Matt Kid.
All orders addressed to my care will be attended to promptly.
EL. L KImAui.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
May 2, 18-tf.
A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER
WILL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE SIX ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCELLENlCE,
1st-It is the easiest running press made. 2d-It is as strong as any press
ade. 3rd-It is the most durible press made. 4th-It will do as good work
s any press made. 5th-It will take less to keep It in repair than any press
rade. th-(Last but not least) It costs less than any first-class pre.s made.
ALL SIZES PRESSES, TYPE AND PRINTERS' SUPPLUES,
Catalogue, Free.
J. F. W. DORMAN, 21 GERMAN ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
~May 10, 19-6m.
WRIGHT'S HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C._
This new and eleg-.nt House, with all .,.
modern improvements, is now open for the
reception of guests.\RGT&SN
Mar. 19. 12--f Pro rietors.e-';
OUROUOFFENGCINE S.. CAUCE-Il
Addessee TAYLWBSE WI.
CHARLESTON
it- _ -
PLAN SLIDE VALVE and
BOTT-RS, SAW MT-, GRIST :
GEARTNG, Steam and Hand PU
OILS, FILES, and General Mill I
Lights and other purposes regi
Automatic Engine in the marki
Repairs by Competent Wo
Write 9r Pdies and mention this pa
Three Times A Day
Is not too often to use it, yet if once
a day the teeth are brushed with
WOOD'S ODoNrINE the greatest change
is observed. Instead of brown, stain
ed and ugly looking spots on the teeth
you will see a bright row of polished
pearles, where the teeth are sound
and even when they are not perfect
they will be kept from further decay.
WOOD'S ODONTINE contains nothing
which can possibly injure the teeth but
on the contrary is beneficial to teeth
gums and breath. Trade supplied by
W. C. FISHER,
Wholesale Agent, Columbia, S. C.
For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant and W.
E. Pelham. Feb. 28, 9-ly
South Carolina
HIHTARY ACADIIIY,
Charleston,. S. C.
GEN. JOHNSON HAGOOD.
Chairan Board of Visitor.e.
COL. J. P. THOMAS,
Superintendent.
The Second Academic year, siincere
establishment by Act of the General
Assembly, will begin October 2d next.
Applications for Cadetship must be
made on or before September 20th
next, to the Chairman Board of Vis
itors at Barnwell C. H., E. C.
Pay Cadets received from any State.
Registers or Circulars furnished by'
Superitendent.'
ewberr Female Academy1
The exercises of this School will
begin on 19 September, 1883.
The Course of Instruction is not
inferior to any Female College in the
State. Rates oi Tuition moderate.
For particulars send for catalogue or
a pply to S. P. Boozer. Esq., Secretary
f the Board. or to
A. P. PIFER,
PRINCIPAL.
aug. 15, 33-3m.
Medical College
Nvansville,
EVANSVILLE,INhD.
The Eighteenth regular Session of
this College will commence on the first
Wednesday in October, 1883, and con
tinue until the last of February, 1884.
Fees: Mattriculation 'fee, 85 00; Lec
ture tickets, 840 00; Demonstrators
ticket, $5 00; Graduation fee, $25 00.
Good board ranges from $3 00 to
$5 00 per week. For Catalogue ecu
taning full information, apply to
A. F. ACHILLES, M. 0.
No. 14 Lower Third Street, Evans
ville, Id. junie 25, 26-3m.
THE BLATCHLEY
PUMP!
BUYTThE_BT
SBLATCHLEY'S
. fm TRIPLE ENAMEL
PORCELAIN-LINED
05
SEAMLiESS TUSE
:COPPER-L.INED
Donobe it
C. C. LATCHL.EY,Manuf'r,
Mar. 28, 13-6m.
ious. Betbusines nowblr
the publi. Capitalinot needed. We
tim girl ve haee thko
us. Nw is h n tie Yoicn rk in
s eatr g ,v yon whon time t te
nerl aweNone can fa wr i omk n
norms pay, y wages a pnestl
asily,an ehonoray Adrssn e
ogCo., gusad Maine. 47-y.
Ne eoler reraws onteok
ou oan s oieaose.ii
rng,and imrnan ime m
lardware, Engsses, Sc. Sc.
UT-0F EWONS,WRSE, SAOA andOI
4
sodew
CUT-OF ENGI1RU, MAR E, STA?IOKARY ad POS'ti1#
WTT- COTTON GINS and PRRSSSB,: SHRIW
BPS, PORTABLE POBGES and BLOWES, BELTING, PAKING;
hIpplies. HUGHES' AUTOMATIC WUT-0FP ENGINES, for -mseW :
iring steady, reliable and economical power. TMis is.the abaOI
knn Chuges oderat.
3EO W. WS&TT SO2 ,
er. Caarlestos, S. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
F. A. SCHUMPERT
are Agents and have for sale the following improved Agricultural Imp
Threshers,
Steam Engines, r
Saw Mills
Grist Mills,
Cotton Gins,
*Cotton Pess
Cider Pred
McCORMITO.'S AC40
Harvester and Binder,
Table Rake,
Dropper and MOW s
e HorseBae :
Globe Cotton Planter.
SULKY AND WALK1XG P.EWN
CULTIVATORS.
CHICAGO SCREW PUJLVERIZER, CANE MILl%AU EV
ADOT!ER IEPROVED AGRECULTU!R*I INErLUUg
If you want anything of this kind give us a call before pine
Warehouse for Machmnery in the new building on corner Caldw
rngton streets, below Christian & Smith's Livery Stables.
Mar. 5, 10-tf.
lIes. 734 and 736 leywelds Street, AIJGISTAL
AND DEATER IN
Machiniery O.f CKx
Also Disaton's Circular Saws. Rubber and L.eatner Bi S2eam Piph
Steam Ganges. Connections. Whistles. Oi,1 Cape. Glaad
Valves, Governors, Wrenches, et.oehrwit evry atelet
Steam and Flidings, etc.
TALBOTT & SONS.
Talbot' Agiultural Engie (on wheels.) Portable ~gna(n.I~
Egns. Tubalar and Locomotive Boilers. Turbine WaterWhe.
and Wheat MiSs. Saw Mills. Shafting. Pulleys, Boxes, Hangers ad
Patent Spark Arresters. -: .
Watertown Steam Engine Co.
Watertown Agricultural Engie (on 'wheels.) Portable Engines (on *Ia
Engines (tor small bulding.) Vertical Engines. Stationary lmgae nas~
and without cut of. Return Tubla Boilers (ith two 5~s)-~~
Locomotive and Vertical Boilers. Saw Muzi. etc., eZe..
C. & G. COOPER &- CO.
Cooper's Self-Proplling (trantion) Engie. Farm Agricltural Esgnes (
Portable Engnes (on skids.) LotoayEnie.Icotntvadd~
Tublarilers Corn and WheatMil. Potb 'dD-(WIthportts -fJ
bolt attached.). Smut Machines. Dustless Wheat Seprators ;
and Oat and Weed Extractor. Saw Mills
(double and single.)
J. W. CARDWELL & CO.
Carudwcll Wheat -Threshers, Separators and Cleaners. "Ground: -n.
Hydraulic Cotton Presses. Horse Powers (mutdand down. )o.r
.Corn Shellers and FedCutters.* . "
Johnston Hlarvester Compaxang
_AND- -.
.EMMERSON, TALCOTT & CO.
Beapers and Binders. jRaesand Mowers Combined. Single Bindgrs,
owers. Cultivators and Grain Sowers.
FAIRBANKS & CO.
Fairbanks' Standard Scales, all sizes and patterns. Alarm Cash Drauds A.
MANUFACTURER of the FOLLOWING
Roblei..t Goodrich Improved IXL Cotton Gin. Reid's Patenst Automat
Press. (steam or water power.) Smith's Improved Hand Power Cto
Hay Press. Cotton Gin Feeder. Cotton Condenser. -
New VignaFeed Cutter.
Engines, Cotten Gias, &c., re~fdIn a workmaallke au#
Odrsoiited and promptly ecud.For further partlars, clrsnlUi
Liormaion, etc., apply to
W. J. POLLA
W. F. GAILLARD, Ag't., for Newberry
Jan.~ ,1-ly.
. K. P. GOGGAs. D. 0. mUm.a -i
GOGGANS&EBET
Attorney-a-a
. NEWBER RY, s.C ~ uie~.l&
"StuicI Attentlon to Dhsiness."
Nov. 2, 44-ly. P
to onqer ina-, week an -
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