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" ould be kept out of all
- Strms)wnhie are frequent
* this month. One of the
?ureg for a severe cold is a
. i b' sud perfegt rest, with
oorn in the yard or pasture
pIessnedays. It is too late i
~A~~~JesZi permit horses to remain
e tdoors through the night.
ung colts and yearings need
nty I=r of-nutritious food. Much de
:ie3a upon the care which colts
during their first winter.
arisae excellent for them; if corn
used,.it should be fed with wheat
bren. Use the brush freely on all
oaees and colts, and keep the shin
a n and active.
_ows, which are to give milk
sthough the winter, need to be fed
bpa ae at this time. If
gib the flow of milk must not
:ermte to decrease. .angels
At anugar beets are excellent cut
ai slioea and sprinkled with bran.
rule that good. feeding brings
gc4manure, should be kept in
nu skin a judicious care of farm
aials during the winter. Good
~feeing in abundaniceis not enough;
be gven ithreguilarty.
l o l d b e h a b i t s o f d i ff e r e n t a n i m a l s h a v e
tobestdied, and treated according-,
Sarcely any two cows or horses
hesame app,tites. It is im
epportant to so mix and change the
teed, that samenessamay be avoided.
1 ariety of food encourages health
ful digest od, and upon this the
f prottsof the owner largely depend.
Sheep will bear more exposure
Stan any other domestic animal,
but even they winter poorly with
Sout a good shelter. Sheds and
~- yrdsshould now be put in order,
~'ting theflocks into there winter
quarters. Ewes should npw be
with young, excepting when late1
lambsare desired. Half a pint of
day will aid in keeping a
each ewe in a good condition. Ell
~ak sheep should be placed by8a
nathmselyes and fattened for market.
It does not pay to keep second-rate
Pigs are 'iost profitable if fatteni--_
ed and sold before mid-winter. -A
large part of the flood is used up
in simply maintaining the animal ,
during the coldest winter weather. ,
Well-bred swine will sometimes a
lose .in weight during a severe e
storm. Give the pigs all the corn, ()
or other feed, they will eat diring a
the fattening period. Keep the .v
pens~ clean, with an abundance of ,
ltter, and sup~ply all needed pure e
'water-Pr. Byron L. Halsted, in
Amaerican AgricultvriSt for Nove9n-u
Bss Pr Boys-A farmer friend
has sixty colonies of bees, a fine a
flock of light Brahma fowls, and a
farm of one hundred and twenty
acres. He has two sons, aged a
thirteen and sixteen years respee i1
tively, and the elder -boy has entire c
charge of the bees, of which he is
very fond. He runs his sections, d
extr acts the honey, introduces
queens, divides his bees, and rears
queens with a skill which many a
veteran might envy. He is al t
ready well k-now'n in the city, three ti
- and a half miles distant, for his e
honey, and talks about bees, and t
quotes authorities in the most in i
telligent c:anner. All his boney is
sold in one grocery store, and
though he has had a good yield t
this season and has reaped a fine i
pironit, he cannot fnlly supply the f
demand at the store.-Amneriat r
Agriculturist for November.
cr,grate it in a dish; to one
pint of this add one egg well beaten;
-a small teacup oFflBour, half eunp of 1
butter, some salt and pepper and
mix all well together. A tablespoon
-fuil of the batter.will make the size
of an oyster. Fry them a light
-brown and when done butter them:
cream if itecan be procured is bet
ter than butter
-Mrrr Vnmain.-Fill a bottle with
mint leaves, then fill up the bottle
with good vinegar, cork, lay aside
for two weeks, pour off clear into
another bottle, keep well corked,
serve'with lamb when mint t'annot
The American hen lays 9,000.
"Curious thing, how Bismarck
hould take such a grade against
he American hog, isn't it?"
sked the tramp, sidling up to the
cnch counter and helping hiinself a
o the tripe. "Do you understand
"He don't understand the animal,"
,rowled the barkeeper.
"I wish be could come in here r
iow and tast some of this tripe,"'
rniled the tramp. "That would
rive him some idea of what the a
Lmerican hog is."
"If he should see you trying it
ue would get a pretty fair notion," e
;rnted the barkeeper. "Come of,
"I tbink this house sets the vicest
onch in town," replied the tem
)orarily abashed tramp, edging
iway from- the table. "Since you
rot to squirting the hose over i& r
ivery morning to freshen it up I 1
hink it lays ever any lunch in this
"Have some more tripe," smiled
he mollified barkeeper.
"What I like about this tripe," a
:ontinued the tramp, with his
nouth full; "what I like most about n
t is its gamey taste. You get -that
om age, I reckon."
"I don't know," retorted the
arkeeper, eyeing him suspiciously.
"You couldn't get it from any
>ther source," said the tramp.
'There's nothing else strong enough
o back it. Why don't you paint
little of it red and run it in for
terring? Your customers would
=et all the taste off the tripe and
be effect of the fish. Make 'em
try, and you'd be rich in a few n
"Cheaper get the herring in
he first place," suggested the bar
"But you'd never find any herring
is strong as this tripe," argued the
ramp. "I suppose a few strips of
hiR tripe, sewed together, would
e strong enough to lift an iron
afe to the fourth story, wouldn't
"No, it wouldn't," snarled the
"Well, say three stories," con- 1
eded the tramp. "I'll make it
bee for the sake of the argument. a
fowtripe like that-" 1
But the barkeeper began to smell
ome s*rcasm in the atmosphere, i
nd the tramp discovered to his .2
mazement that the tripe .wasn't .r
trong enongh to hold him in the SC
s.loon until the barkeeper got
cund from behind the counter.
SOMEwATr Mixn.-An Ohio man, 2
ho had visited Gotham and got ;
any. new ideas, returned home
ad re-marked most of his goods,
that he could say the price of
us and that was so much, with so
uch off. Everything seemed to
ork pretty well for a week or so,
hen one of the clerksasaid he need
I a little more posting.
"For -instance," he exclaimed,
we are giving twenty off on all
"And pails are twenty cents ~
"Then every time a man wants
pail he gets it for nothing' and
he takes two I give him twenty F
"James, are you a born fool?"
eandedi the merchant.
-No, sir!" was the prompt reply.
I've go: rid of the eight dozen
ails we had stored upstairs in less
ban a week, and have promised
vo dozen more. If yon have a
lerk who pleases cust mers more
ban 1 do trot him out.''-Wall
TAKL'e IT OUT zu TRADE.-"Doc.j
or," sa'id a man to his physician,
rho had jnst presented a bill of $50
r treatment during a recent ill
ess. "I have not much ready .
oney. Will you not take this out
"Oh, yes,'' cheerfully ans'ered ~
he doctor; "I think that we can
brrange that-but what is your
"I am a cornet player,'' was the
tartling reply.-Harper's Bazar.
"You must be a quarrelsome
ellow," said a phrenologist to a
nan whose bump he was examin
ng. "Say that again and I'll
mock you down." was the re
Loss of sleep, it is said, is making
nen small and puny. That is a
at. Just look at the difference
n the physique of a delicate
~cholar and the robust night po
The hardest runner is in the
middle of thediaos,
"No lady can get on without it."
etroit (Mch.) Advertiser.
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COTTON SEED !
I will pay (15c.) fifteen cents cash
er Bushel ir 10.000 Bushels SOUND
RY COTTON SEED, delivered to
e at this place before the first of next
rovember.. Will exchange Cotton
eed meal for Cotton Seed.
W. F. HOLLOWAY & CO.,
Oct. 3-3n. Pomaria, S. C.
Pro sources arise three-fourhs of
1o dISeac"s of the human raee. These
rmp,oms indicate theirexistence: Las of
ppetlte, Bowela costive, Sick lead
obe, fitilness after etn, aversion in
zertton of body or min , Eruetation
f food, Irritability of temper, Low
pints, A feein of-having eeee
mo duty, Dlziness, Fltea tthe
art, Dots before the eyes, hihyeel
red Urine, CONSTIPATION, and de.
'iLLS have no c unl. Their aetiononthe
n aso rom ; removing
a,onddigso,eg r stools acear
I1 drly wokand aa pec
ETIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IKBFEELSLI-E .ANEW HaN.
en, tw yea, ,andh trie ten diferent
m.ds of pills, and TUTT'U are the first
at have done me aygood. Thyhave
wr-: me out nicel. My apei s
:M lid, food digests readily adI flowr
?~.~ W. P.EWRS, PalmraO.
a w1-rywhere,25e. Office,44Mrry8t.,N.Y.
TUT' HAIR DYE.
GRAtY HAI m XWmu change in.
aion o ~ 9l1As ~ y Pugs
m by express on reeelpt ofS -
O&c 44 Murray Street, New e*
'M ANUALOF USEFUL RECEIPTS FRES
July 19, 29-1y.
.Has' receiv-ed his
ALL and WINTER
Stock of Imported Cloths
xpressly for his trade on the other
side of the Great Dampness
and are being made up in
* the Latest Styles.
Fi I IXL.WXHID SHIuS
Lt $7.00 a Half Dloz.
Customi Shirts and
MADE TO ORDER.
arge line of Gentlemren's furnil-hing
V4TUJS AN JEWELft
At the New Store ea gotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large :ad elegant
ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
IoLIN AND GUIITA1 STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND STECTACI.E CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
~N END.Ess VARIET.
All orders by mail promptly attende.d to.
ateuaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply ad with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
OUR OCT OFFENOINE sNMil.auig
a mm- s,) ulka,
F. A. SOEUMPERT & 00.,
are Agents and have for sale the following improved Agricultural Implement '
Harvester and Binder,
Dropper and Mower,
G-lobe Cotton Planter.,
' SULKY AND WALKING PLO WS,
CHICAGO SCREW PULVERIZER, CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS
AND OTHER IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
If you want anything of this kind give us a call before purchasing elsewhere,
Warehouse for Machinery in the new building on corner Caldwell and Har
ngton streets, below Christian & Smith's Live:y Stables.
far. 5, 10-tf.
A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER
WILL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE SIX ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCELLENCE.
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EWBEBy, s. Coto Gin Fieeder. Coao Coeri.troflse
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REMOVAL!. REIOVAL!! REL
C.LOT.TD & SMIrri
HAVE MOVED TO THEIR NEW "MODEL" STOm
(CROTWELL'S new building) opposite J. O. HAVIRDS,
WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE LARCEST AND BESW
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Furn
ing Goods in the up Country.
Grand Opening of WE WOULD CALL SPECIA.A
ATTENTION TO OUR
FALL and WINTER noD AI
Remember all of our goods are new, Which isveyar
as we had no goods of any conse- and ied.
quence to carry over from last Sea
son, therefore we have all of the
latest styles of
FASHIONABLE GOODS, FINEST STO =K
FAN C Y COODS, o LADIRS ANIL t?
STAPLE GOODS, -FINE $
And in fact goods to suit any one. IN TOWN gN.$ _ _
1IARD TIMES! NONE IN TEBTA Y
Hard Tmes!!LADIES ESPECIALLY I
Hard Times!! T
Farmers would- do well t~
Don't cry hard times our stock of Pia s
can certanlygv you braa
but go to the ". .
butgoto heno one else can. Just think of - L
MO1l"(OIN /LEATHER- BOOTS AT .$. 0'
HOUSE BY OI
Where you will get more goods and _n varied
better goods for your money thanWUf.1Sic
any where else in TOWN. LEATHER SHOEST : I -'-f
All we ask is a carefuil examination of our Stock and we are sure of sligyu
WE DEFY COMPETITION -HERE OR ELSEWHEREII.~.
The 'NEWBERRY OLOTflETS"
CrotwelU's niew burildingop~st
Sept. 131- 3m
We haveInow iN,toAe a oEiiMW
foiu years withasumegenwrallsaisfaction
cio~ ic hot ad he un ofe~ryone~~ll e o mkea sal a ou r to ckolnao
* S. P.NBOOZER'D
LetO2 EATEROTSA 0
STOUSE "F - -
WheeLOTig, god nd,
J E DEFY C PCKMPETITIO HER ORESW E
- _Sept 13.3 EWER0
Wehv ~ow Strenotful ite atten
Liof hos splendd Cook and, Hai gSoe,sc sw aesl o the past -J
Bugti large ant itetvr o rie n elzu the fact thatI " " -S
crphave sort aund frth e m orever ne wil bet mk a smllaountof
Steen offee1i wer.-haad_
in opric and Shocity Trhnkrena - _
leack anal Coloredd
FLin AND WINTER
GENTS FRNISHI GS,?.L~WYW
f styl, respectfull cll thatten-no Nov 2e4L?1a -O
taion tof plys friends patious. nd the yd 4eesBest 28
Tpublic iestflly to te fct to
hae mst oc aeu nd r e th eforeher n deat reulte.
muares weIn pregeda eleg an t ion - Portable','biisespa
dStocrofa obtBiard A nouhe.drlay
en specfuths, oysyOand Children's.ed byolaw
lises Umbrllas c.,.u- - -