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DIFFERENT BREEb15 FOR
THE DAIRY.
The Toronto Globe gives the fol
--= lowing as the conclusions from. ex
periments ' at the Ontario Model
Farm as deduced from Prof.
Brown's lass report:
An average cow for dairy pur
poses should give twenty pounds
of milk per day during 200 days
every year; eight pounds of cream
for every 100 pounds of milk, forty
five pounds of butter from 100
pounds of cream, and fully ten
pounds of cheese for every 100
pounds of milk. Bulk, volume, or
per cent. of cream, is no safe cri
terion of the quantity of butter
inthat cream; weight alone is the
proper mode of judging. Breed,
as much if not more than food,
affects the quantity and quality of
milk, cream, butter and cheese.
In Ontario experimental-farm ex
perience, the Shorthorn is an aver
age milker, short in duration per
season, low in specific gravity, high
in butter, and also high in cheese
production. The grade of this
breed approaches the nearestof any
others to what is called, a "general
purpose cow." The Aberdeen Poll
is low in quantity of milk, and the
second highest of any in specific
gravity: The grade in this breed
is much improved in milk proper
ties, giving a greater weight of
cream, though a lower per cent. of
it. The Hereford is not more
prominent than the Shorthorn and
Aberdeen Poll in regard to milk,
except in proportion to butter from
cream, in which it is highest. The
grade is very prominently in ad
vance, particularly in proportion of
cream, but one of the lowest in
cheese. The Devon is most distinct
in highest specific, and the weight
of cheese from milk. We have no
experience with the grade of his
The G i~way milk appears tQ be
of a peculiar textdre-ich, or so
very small in butter globules as to
rise very slowly and very indistinct]
in the test tabe..
-The Ayrehire is a particularly
heavy, long milker, giving five times
her own weight per season. The'
milk is somewhat low in gravity
and per cent. of cream, but it is
over the average in cheese produc
tion. The Ayrshire grade is not
improved in any respect except in
duration, of milking seas~on.
The Jersey is remarkable for
proportion of cream, .raging
thirty-five per cent., and giving a
* value of dairy produces incompara
ble to any other breed in our ex
perience. .Tbe native, or .common
cow of Ontario, not Canada proper
ly, because Quebec in particular
stands distinct in her class of dairy'
cows, takes a high place in value of
annual'produce for ordinary diary
purpose, and along with the Short
horn grade is peculiarly the dairy
cow of the country.
CAEOF TH3 STOx.CH.-Few per.
* sons realize that their stomach is
the very best friend that they own,
or ever will have ; yet mnany.stomachs
are treated worse than the worst
* enemy. Would any person get his
most hated enemy into a room and
dash a glass or two of iced water
into his face; stuff a few pickled
cncumbers into his oral cavity;
-fling a hot roast, pork sausages,
hot rolls, mince pies, hot cakes, etc.,
at him, and then besmear him with
Lalf a dozen dishes of ice cream?
Yet stomachs are thus treated three
or four times a day, and nothing is
said or thought about it.
TaAucnG PAPa.-A kind of trac
inog paper, which is transparent'
solving castor oil in absolute alchoo
hol and applying the liquid to the
paper with a sponge. The al
cohol speediIy evaporates, leaving
the paper dry. After the tracing
is made, the paper is immersed in
absolute alcohol, which removes the
oil, restoring the sheet to its origi
nal .opact-Scient1ige Americani.
HoEERAMsH DnGAR-Pour a
- quart of the best vinegar on .three
ounces of scraped horseradish, one
ounce of minced shallots, one dram
of cayenne; -let it stand a week.
Splendid relish for cold meats,
salad or fish.,
None of the tuberous rooted
Sgrasses, like timothy, are suitable
to permanent pastures. .They can
)not stand eostB cropping nor con
auit tramping. Pasture grasses
iutbe fibrous and deep rooted
A MEXICAN ADVENTURE.
I wanted to get a box of liver
pills, as the climate of Vera Cruz is
slightly tinctured with malaria at
all seasons of the year, and I was
anxious to carry home as good a
liver as 1 bad with me when I left
t,white settlements. We found
a drug store with little difficulty
and upon going in the first object
which attracted our attention, aside
from the distinct odor of 19,000
diffierent smells, was the appearanee
of the drug clerk. He was a long
necked young man, with resplen
dently oiled hair, and eyes like a
docile gazelle's.
"How am I to make this Mexican
heathen understafld what I want?'
I asked Captain Wicks; "and by the
way, what a telegraph pole of a neck
he has got on him. Looks like a
giraffe.
"Or a swan," suggested Wicks.
"See how he is greased," I ob
served, " just as though he was
ready to be swallowed by an an
aconda."
"He dose that," said Wicks, "and
what a magnificent sign he makes
for an apothecary shop."
"What a champion he would
make to run a sausage stuffer," I
continued; "but how am I going to
get the pills?" "Ask for pildores.'"
said Wicks; "that's Spanish for
pills."
I knew that hombre, meant man,
so I waltzed right up to him, and
said:
"Hombre, pildores!"
"All right!" said that blessed
drug clerk, with a neck like a bar
ber's pole; "what kind'will you have:
Ayer's, Jayne's, Brown's liver pills,
compound cathartic, or Tntt's great
and only liver pills on earth? We
have them all, and you can sample
them if you like; and if I ever get
you off by yourself, you tallow
faced, knock-kneed galoot from the
United States, I'll hammer more
ood manrers into you in five min
tes than you have acquired in all
the rest of your previous life. I
know what kind of pills you need.'
e howled, being thoroughly arous
ad, and before I knew what he was
going to do he flourished a revolver
)ver his head.
He was mistaken, however, as to
hat being the kind of pillt wanted,
o0 we strolled out to rapidly, in
~rder to prevent his forcing his
ares on us, that you might have
layed checkers on our coat-tails.
-Texas Siftings.
ENOCHI ARDEN'S TRUE
STORY.
When' Enoch Arden came home
ster that memorable and disas
rous voyage, which shipwrecked
uim and his hopes, he crept up the
treet to his old home, as Tennyson
forms us, and looked in the win
low. There he saw Philip Ray
.d Annie, his wife, and their
~hild, all seated around the hearth
racking walnuts.
The whole bitter truth came upon
uim with terrible force. Annie,
upposing Enoch to be dead, had
narried Philip, so as to have a
ome for herself and a man about
,he house in case of tramps. It
-as a sad comning back for Enoch,
nd he was mad about it. Not so
n,uch because Philip had married
is wife, for there were plenty
nore wives to be had; not because
ds child had learne(1 tocall another
an "pa," though that was a bitter
ill, inasmuch as the child looked a
ittle like Philip any how.
Neither of these things worried
him half so much as to note that
Philip was wearing his (Enoch's)
lotes. With a menacing gesture
Enoch was just about to dash into
he house and annihilate them,
ihen suddenly the anger in his
ountenance was supplanted by a
ook of terror and he slunk away as
silently as lhe had come. He had
aught sight of Annie's mother, who
nring Enochs absence had broken
p house-keeping and come over to
live with her daughter, and had be
ome a fixture there.
Enoch told some of the boys af
erward that it was the narrowest
scape of his life, and that he
would rather be shipwrecked every
five minutes than to encounter his
aotherinaw.-Sadnrday Night.
THlE LOVE-SICK PERsON.-"Oh,'
said Daisy to her mamma, "I was
i the parlor last night, behind the
sofa, when the preacher came to see
sister Kate, and they did not set
up so close for anything; an' the
preacher said, 'Katie, dear, I hr-v
you,' an' Kate said, '0o, oo;' an'
then the preacher kissed her right
smack in the mouth an' said, 'Dear
Kate, how good the' Lord is to us
poor sinners;' and Kate said, '0O.
o' aji' then-an'-then-"
"Well" said her mamma, "you
wicked c.hild, yon i*icked child.
what did you do:"'
-y,mamma. I felt so good I
birted right out, 'Let us pray,' and
you onght to have seen 'em jump."
"No" lady can get on without it."
Detroit (Mich,) Advertiser.
WCHIAPEST AND BEST_.eg
?EERSwoAt' MazLvA'.
Splendid Premiums for Getting up Clubs.
Illustrated-"Gold Gift." Large-Size Steel.
En'raving. Extra Copy for 1881.
FULL-SIZE PAPER PATTERNS,
, Supplement will be given in every
number for 1884, containing a full-size pat.
tern for a lady's or child's dress. Every
subscriber will receive, during the year
twelve ofthese patterns-worth more, alone,
than the silbscription-price..g
PETERSON's MAGAZINE is the best and
cheapest-of tholady's-books. It gives more
for the nioney, and combines greater mer
its, tha' any other. In shart. It has the
Best Steel Engravings, Best Original Stories
Best lored Fashions, Best Work-Table
Patte s, Best Dress-Patterns, Best Music,
Etc., tC
I immense circulation and long-estab
reputation enable its proprietor to
ce all competition. Its stories, novel
etc., are admited to be the best pub
ed. All the most popular female writers
tribute to it. In 1881, more than 100
o inal stories will be given, besides SIX
COPYRIGHT NOVELETS-bv Ann S. Steph
ens, Mary V. Spencer, Franl Lee Benedict,
Lucy H. Hooper, the- author of "Josiah
Allen's Wife,', and the author of "The See
on' Life."
COLOEED -STEEL ASIION.-PLATES!
"PETERSON" is the only magazine that
gives these. They ar- TWICE THE USUAL
SIzE, and are unequaled for beauty. Also,
Household, Cookery, and other receipts ;
articles on Art Embroidery, Flower Culture,
House Decoration-in short, everything in
teresting to ladies.
TERMS, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE, $200A YEAR,
AUPARALLE-ED OFFERS TO cLUB8-E
2 Copies for $3.50,3 for $4.50 With asuperb
Illustrated Volume: "The-Golden Gift." or a
large-size costly steel-engraving, "Tired
Out." for getting up the Club.
4 Copies for $u.50, 6 for $9.00. With an ex
tra copy of-the Magazine for 1851, as a prem
ium, to the person getting up the Club.
5 Copies for $8.00, 7 for $10.50. With both
an extra copy of the Magazine for 1881, and
the "Golden Gilt," or the large steel-en
graving, "Tired Out," to the person getting
up the Club.
For Larger Clubs Greater Inducement!
Address, CA S J. PETERSON,
306 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
hGSpecimens sent gaitis, if written for,
to get up clubs with. 42-tf.
WANTED.
COTTON SEED!
COTTON SEED!
I will pay (15e.) fifteen cents cash
per Bushel for 10.000 Bushels SOUND
DRY COTTON SEED, delivered to
me at this place before the first of next
November. Will exehange Cotton
Seed meal for Cotton Seed.
W. F. HOLLOWAY & CO.,
Oct. 3-3m. Pomaria, S. C,
TUTT'S
PILLS
TORPID BOWELS,
DISORDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA.
From these sources arise three-fourths of
the diseases of the human race. These
symptoms indicate their existence: Loss of
A ppetite, Bowels costive, Sick Head
ace, fulineas after eaing, aversion to
exertion of body or ind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A fee ofhaving neglected
some duty, D ess, F ei g at the
Heart,Dots before the eyes, ihy eel
ored- Urine, CONSTPT aN nd de
mand the use of aremedlythat acts drcl
on the Liver. .Asa Liver medicine TT'
PILLS have no equal. Their action on the
n mpan ties trugh thes tee"a
engers of the system," producing appe
tite,asud digein, rgula stos,aclr
cause no nausea or griin nor interfere
with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IIE FEELS TIKE A NEW MAN.
tion,two yer, ands haetidten different
kinds of pil,and TUTT'S sre the first
that have done me aygood. The have
cleaned me out ncl. yapeiIs
s;pendid, food digests readiy and I-now
have natural passages. I fellike a new
man." W.D. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
sldeverywhere,25e. OfEce,4lMurraySt.,N.Y,i
TUTT'8 HAIR DYE.
GnATr RAIB oE Wmms change in.
stnt ta GLOsS BLACK dbya a sigeap
or sent by express on receipt of $1.
Of11cc, 44 Murray Street, New York.
TUJTS' M~AflIAL,0F USEFUL. RECEIPTS FREE
July 19, 29-17.
8W AFPIEJLP
Hats receivecd his
FALL and WINTER
Stock of Imported Cloths
AND CASSIMERES,
MADE TO ORDER
Expressly for hds trade on thle other
side of the Great Dampness
and are being made up in
the Latest Styles.
FI\fE [NMIMXMRE SIllTS
At $7.00 a Half Doz.
Custom Shirts and
GENTLEIEN'S UNDERWEARI
MADE TO ORDER.
Large line of Gentlemen's furnising
goods and Silk Umbrellas, alwvays Onl
hand.
Feb12 tf COLUMBIA.
W~1ATRIES1AN JEBWELRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
assortment of.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VieLIN AN]D GUITAE STRINGS,
SPECT'ACLES AND SPECTA'CLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDL.ESS YARIETY.
Ali orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
C tall and examine my stock and prices.
EDUARD SCHOLTZ.
Nov. 21, 4'l-tf
Oom-Mills and Killstones,
TEBEST IN THE WORJ.D
FOR TABLE MEAL I
buin ofxA mtmA UnisMEC.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
F. A. SOHUMPERT & CO.,
]
are Agents and have for sale the following improved Agricultural Implements:
Threshers,
Steam Engines,
Say Mills,
Grist Mills,
Cotton Gins,
Cotton Presses,
Cider Presses.
McCORIICK'S MACHINESI
Harvester and Binder,
Table Rake,
Dropper and Mower,
Horse Rakes, q
Harrows,
Globe Cotton Planter, .
SULKY-AND WALKING PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS,
CHICAGO SCREW PULVERIZER, CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS
AID OTHER IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEXERTS.
If you want anything of this kind give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Warehouse for Machinery in the new building on corner Caldweli and Har
rin ton streets, below Christian & Smith's Livery Stables.
.ar. 5, 10-tf.
A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER
WILL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE SIX ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCELLENCE.
1st-It is the easiest running press made. 2d-It is as strong as any press
made. 3rd-It is the most durable press made. 4th-It will do as good work
as any press made. 5th-It will take less to keep it in repair than any press
made. 6th--(Last but not least) It costs less than any first-class press made.
Ito!
17.
ALL SIZES PRESSES, TYPE AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES,
Catalogue F ree.
. F. W. DORMAN, 21 GERMAN ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
May 10, 19-6m.
Nos. 734 and 736 Reynolds Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
COTTONlFACTIANDiCOHIZIIOIHICIAlI
AWD DEALER IN
M[achin.ery of all Kinids,
Also Dlsston's Circular Saws. Eubber and Leather flttn g. Steam Pipe. Water and
steam Gaugs. Cnections hstles. Oi (.ps op. Glob and Cheek
Steam an Water Fi t 1in I ings, etc.
TALBOTT & SONS.
Talbott's Agricultural Engines (on wheels.) Port.tble Engines (on skid,.) Stationary
Engines. Tubular and Locomotive Boilers. Turbine Water Whee~ls. Corn
andi Wheat Mills. Saw MiL s. Shafting, Pt.lleys, Boxes, [[angers and
Patent Spark Arrest ers.
-Watertown Steam Engine Co.
Watrtown Agricultural Engines Con wheels.) P'ortable Engines (on, skids.) YDry
En ginesb sal buildins.) Vertcal Eng:s Sathonr Engies wt
Locomotive and Vertical Boilers. saw Mills, etc.. etc..
C. & G. COOPER & CO.
Coper's Reif-Propelling (tra.ction) Engines. Farm Agricultural Engines (on wheels.I
Po.rtal .i r er (n skd. Stationar M.Er,.ns. Locootie an 1.turn
-bolt attached.) Smut Machines. Dut.ess Wheat Separators
and Oat and Weed Extracr. Saw Mills
(double and singl.)
.J. W. CARDWELL & CO.
Cardwcll Whceat Threshers, Separators and Cles ners. "Ground Ho" Threshers.
Hydraulic Cotton Presses. Hrse Power " ounted and down.) 1ower
Johnston Harvester Company
-AND
EMMERSON, TALCOTT & Co.
Eapers and Binders. Beapers and Mowers Combined. Single Binders, Reapers, and
Mowers. Cultivators and Grain Sowers.
FAIRBANKS & CO.
Fairbanks' Standard Scales, all sizes and pat' erns. Alarm Cash DrawQrs.
MANUFACTURlER of the FOLLOWING MACHINES.
Neblett & Goodrich Improved JXL Cotton Gin. Reid's Patent Automattc Power Scre w
Press. (steam or water power.) Smith's Improved Hand Power Cotton and
.Hay Press. Cotton Gin Feeder. Cottoni Condenser.
New Virginia Feed 'nter.
Engines. Cotton Gins, &c.,.repaired in a workmanlike manner.
Orders solicited and promptly executed. For fur. er'particulars, circulars, general
information, etc., apply to
W. rJ. POLLARD.
W. F. GAILLARD, Ag't., for Newberry
Jan. 4, 1-1y.
Sampson Pope, I. D.n, Three Times A Day
Is r.ot too often to use It, yet if once
HII1T R 41a day the teeth are brushed withj
D i U Woon's ODONTINE the geatest change
pflice-Opera House, ftis obs .rved. Instead of brown, stain
YE WBEBR S. ** Ied andi ugJy looking spots on the teeth
NEWEB.E8.C.you will1see a broh xw of polished
In addition to a general eratice paspearles, where teteeth are sound
especial attention to the tement ofand even when they are not perfect
diseases of Females, and eroie dis- they widl be kept from further decay.
eases of all kinds includi 'aes of WooD'S ODoIIII contains -nothing1
the Respiratory and Ci toy Sy-which can possibly injure thie teethbutj
tems-of the Bowels, Kidn$ys, Badr. on the contrary Is beneficial to teeth
Rectum, Liver, Stom A Eye, Ear, gums and breath. Trd upidby
No-e and Thiroat, of ' eerous Sys- W. C. FIBR
ten and Can cerom/o and Ulcers. -Mh.k1 sAe nt, Columbia,..0
1 lyr~onec - eweyD.S. FFant and W,,
APri ~,14-1 , PdlW . -, Fe~ S,~
. Jdvertfuseet
I
REMOIVAL! 'RILIOVAL!! 113114W
C.LOTD & MIT12E.
EAVE MOVED TO THEIR NEW "MODEL
(CROTWELL'S new building) opposite 1.0. HAVIRD S
NHERE YOU WILL FIND THE 'ARCEST AND
SELECTION OF
Jlothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents F
ing Goods in thei up Country
Grand Opening of WE WOUl C
ATTENTION TO
7 ALL and WINTER
GOODS.
" Whioh is. "e
emember all of our goods are new,
s we had no goods of any conse- and ;
aence to carry over from last. Sea
n, therefore we have all of the THE RBE
itest styles of
FASHIONABLE GOODS, FINT
-ANCY COODS, 4 L
STAPLE 00DS, FINE SHOES
And in fact goods to suit any one. -3 fWt
HARD TIMES - NONE
Eard Times!!
Farmers would do wellt&
Don't cry hard times our stock of P ez o
can certainly give you
butg no one else can. Jus
1O0M " 01OTUING RLEAT ER BOOTS
HOUSE BY
SLEATHER BOOTS
Vhere you will get ,nore goods and
better goods for your money than TR A THE 35
any where else in TOWN.
All we ask is a careful examination of our Stdck and we'are sure of sell
WE DEFY COMPETITION HERE OR ELSEWR
CloluL. 4
The "NEWBERRY OLO IR
Crotwell's new building
Havird's,
Sept. 13-Sm4NE B R
Hardware, ngines, De. 5se
CHARtLESTON IRON WORES & SA&L
se -
,. PLAIN SLIDE VALVE and CUT-OPP ENGINES, XARTER, BTAT
SBOILERS, SAW MTT-T.1 GRIST MILLS,.G0TTON GINS amid PE
aGEARTNG, Steami and Hand PUMPS, PORTABEB F0EGES andELWB
OILS, FILES, and Geal1 Mill Supplies. HUGmE' AUTOXATm (KUT-GFW
H Lghts and other purposes requiring steady, reliable and economical gover. Thi Is
SAutomatic Engine in the narket,
epairs by Competent Wrken. Charges moderate.
GEO. W. W TT AM 'I e
Wzte xr Pdoes and mEuthis pa Iper.. ,a s p
E. -.00 I. HEBRT
GOGN & ERER, aa
"SAUD OU 0 L"
NE WERRY S.C.-A veeat oudada n
rr on, isese ..pe bo e3li
ewshter writers.
"SrI& tenl- - Pepefsind yti alur e doks. e
{ Tomany, Bes. So. -nBao Ptre

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