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ATIS THE WIRE-WORM?
1 ,term Wire worm properly
to the long, ilender, and
monly hard larva of the
the spring, or click
tes. These, when placed on
backs, faddenly spring sew
inehes into the air, with a click
g sound. The largest of these
beetIes (Elator oculatiw) is about
inches in length, and has two
' round spots upon the upper
of the body, which are often
for eyes. Its surface is
"ered with a whitish powder.
#regnently found on the trunksIl
r ee of apple-trees during
and July, and from its large
peculiar "eye spot,' and
e manner of sporting, it is 1
sent us for a name. The lar
a-about two and a half inches
has very strong jaws, and
wa in the decaying wood of
Upple-trees. There are several
smaller species of spring 1
e, some of them conspicuous J
by their injury to cultivated
Is. Those wire-worms which
in th soi and feed upon young
ots and stems are the most des
ive. So far as their history
wn they live from three to t
years. Their' injury to the
gpotas though perhaps no greater i
'to some other crops, is often
nraous. Indian corn and grasses (
o etimea suffer greatly. It is i
:oeasily reached with any poison, t
and the leading remedy is frequent 1
-= wing. Wire-worms are gener- E
lyconfounded with the cut-worms,
i tin destructiveness may be con- I
' aidered the same. The nature c
*ate of the eut-worm being a moth, t
$ is easily distinguished from. the 8
lehk," or spring beetles. An- I
?xher group of worms is also often r
as cut-worms, but the 1
m embers -are myriapods, with j
meyring-like divisions to the long s
bodies, each of which is provided 3
ithtwo pairs of legs. These, ,
-gametimes ea led the thousand I
s lgged worms, are of a dark brown
color, and when disturbed coil into 3
ang. They .do not pass from a
on~e state to another, like ordinary e
insects. Some of these false wire t
worms feed upon the roots of ia
pat,and do much damage. a
SThey may be caught by placing fa
sliees of potato, or turnip, upon3hbe t,
Ssurface of the soil. The 'white
grbis also associated with the y
1amd need the same treatment. All d
of these subterranean pests have I
' 'heir natral, enemies, among the e
-chief .of which are birds. Late ii
falplowing is doubly -beneficial, y,
aitturns the worms out of their
inter quarters, and exposes them
--to freezing weather, and also
' brings them within the easy reach a
of insect-eating birds.-Dr. B. D.
Halsted, in American Agriculturist t
N4UT GaASS-MoDE OF KiLLING IT.
.-I notice many inquiring how to
kid nut igrass. I have destroyed ~
itoa my farm by plowing it in
June, July and August when the
ground is dry. If it is thick and I
matted run-a scooter plow.through.
Cross plow with a sweep. ~In five
or six days plow again with a
--sweep and the hotsati will kill it.
I use a sweep because it leaves
more soil and grass exposed to the
heat, perhaps any other plow
would do as well. I state the
kind -of plows I have used, and
-found that three plowings inva
riably killed it all in a week. The r
ground must be dry, and the 1
weather hot to accomplish it. I
The above is worth knowing to
farmer', as our coun try is getting
full of it.-M. A. C. Montgomarery,, I
Ala. ' t
- Eees ox Tos.-Grease the pan
or skil et you wish to cook the eggs '
in, and salt the water. -When it't
simmers-not boils-carefully drop'
into it, so as notto break, one egg
at a time. There should be water,
enough to cover them. Before they z
are hard, remove with a. small, fiat
skimmer, and put -each egg on a
piece of hot,.buttered toast.
ToXA'o Csr.-To one gallon ]
of pulp put half apint of vinegar,js
one tablespoonful of sugar, one a
tablesp~oonful .each of cinnamon i
cloves and salt, half a tablespoon
Ad yenne pepper.
AN OPERATIC MAN&GERS
New Yor"is erg'n with young
adies ambitious to shine in the
)peratic world. They come mostly
From the West Wisconsin sending
he great majority. The ,Journal
!stimates the number of these
tage struck beauties at 2,500; but
t gray-haired manager says it seems
o him there are 50,000,000 of them.
ae is perhapsa cipher or two out
>f the way. 'Max Strakosch thus
relates his experience with one of
Every woman I meet has some
iew song to sing me, and do what
[ may I can't get away from her
intil I have listened to every
rerse. I met a young lady yester
lay on Fourteenth street. Oh,
he was so beautiful-like a rose
>ush. "Why, Mr. Strakosch,"
the say, "how well you do look!
Bow have you been all the while?"
)f course, I think maybe I know
ier mother or I was her .godmother
>r something like that, and I ask
ier to come and see me. She
ame right along to the house, and
he moment she got inside she
nade a dive for the piano. "Ho,
o," I say, --You was a singer !"
'Yes," she say, "I cane all the
aay from Kalamazoo to sing for
ron, because 1 know you want one
>rima donna." "My dear lady,"
say, "I have more prima donne
s I couldfpach into a double-horse
urniture car, and they was all
inging in the chorus, waiting for
he head one to die." "Ha, ha,'
he say, "it was very evident
hat you don't ever hear me."
liter that she pull about twenty
ive sheets of music out of her
ocket, and she began to sing.
)h, how she do sing! If I live
00 years I will never forget how
hat young lady sing. - She untie
er bonnet-strings, and by'n'by
he take off her shawl. She got
o excited over that "Heart Bowed
)own" or "Star Spangled Banner,"
r whatever it was that she was
ollerin' at, that i think maybe
he would burst her bead of.
very time I try to get out of the
con she begins to scream, so
was afraid maybe she would blow
er brains out, so 1 got back and
it down a little while longer.
Vhen she was thr-ough.- she ask
ie how I like it, and like a fool
told her that was better as Patti.
Cara mio, Cara mio !" exclaimed
Iir. Strakosch, wringing his hands
nd tearing his hair, "it was the
listake of my life when I told that
a that lady. She don't do noth
~g but chase me up one street
nd down another. I tell you my
iend, it's an awful thing thing
> be an impreseario."
"Do you understand music
"That's the funny part of it. I
on't know one note from another.
~efore I engage anybody I have to
mnd the singer to my director; but
is of no use for to tell them that,
>r they would not believe me."
IT REsTED WITH THE COURT.
Have you got any family?" asked
young Austin lawyer of a colored
aan whom he was appointed by
be court to defend, the latter being
barged with having stolen a horse.
"I'se got no failiy yet. I
>oks to you for dat."
''Look to me to supply you with
"I looks to yon an'de jury."
"What kind tf stuff is thait you
"Hit's just what I says. Miss
satildy Snowball says ef I only
its a yeah in the penopotentiary
he'll wait fur me, but of I gets
2oah, den she's gwmne ter mal'ry
le ust 1niggah what comes along.
o yer sees, boss, what a sponsi
ility dar am restin' on yer."
She was in the dimly lighted
eception room of a city dry goods
tore, and walking to a tall mir
ow placed against tho wall, re
sarked: "Why, how camue you
lerel" then, observing some sur
rize, nOt to say am3usemenQt, on
he facts of the otLer occan nts of
he room, she saw. he~ mistake
.nd explained in great confusioni,
'I thought it was my sister; we&re
"Charlie;' remar-ked Fogg, "you
;ere born to be a writer." "Au;"
eplied Charlie, blushing'slightly
,t the compliment, "you have seen
ome of the things I have turned
ifT' "No," said Fogg, "I wasn't
eferring to what you had written;
was simply thinking what a
plendid ear you had for carrying
pen. Immense, Charlie, simply
High-toued-The screech of an
"No lady can get on without it.''
Detroit (Mich.) Adrertiser.
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COTTON SEED I
I will pay- (15c.) fifteen cents cash
per Bushel for 10.000 Bushels SOUND
DRY COTTON SEED, delivered to
me at this place before the tirst of next
November. Will exchange Cotton
Seed meal for Cotton Seed.
W. F. HOLLOWAY & CO.,
Oct. 3-3m. Pomaria, S. C,
From these sources arise three-fourtbs of
the discuses of the human raee. These
symptomsindicate theirexistenue: Loss of
.ipetite, Bowels costive, Sick Head
- faa"e"s after e aversion to
::Kertion of body or nin, Ernatation
at eood, Irritability of temper, Low
spkt A feeting .of having neglected
Heart, Dts befpoe the ye,hgly col-.
ored Urrine, CON9STIPA.TI*N, and de
mand the use of a,remedy that acts directly
on the Liver. As aLiver medicine TUTT'B
PIL LS have no equal. Their actionon the
l~lessdSki Is als o p; e m in
engen- of tho system," producing appe
tite, sound 'ligecton, rglar stools, a clear
smaandavigorousboy TUTT'S PILLS
c..ase no' nausca or grpnior interfere
with z.faiy workr and are a perfect
ANTDOTE TO MAL.ARIA.
I.E FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN.
-' oave had Dysepi, wihConstipa
2 ::s of pins, and TUTT'S are the first
a .t ha,ve done me any good. Thyhave
cien:;. d me out nicely. yapei s
plc mi, food digests readiy and I now
jme~e ramural passages. I fellike a new
z.anY W.D EDAD, Palmyra,O.
TUTT8S HAIR DYE.
Gr.AY HAus eSR WmsKERS changed in
.evtly to a Grassy Br.Ais by ~zsingle ap.
pl:ita!on of this DTE. Sold by Druggists,
r m yexpress on receiptf $1,
O;5e, 44 Murray Street, New York.
;Mir'. i!iMWAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FRES
July 19, 20-1y
FALL and WINTER
.Stock of Imported. Cloths
MADE T O ORDER
Expressly for his h rade on the other
side of the Great D)ampne:cs
and are being made up in
the Latest Styles.
FLE I'XA[\EREI SlHfTS
M% $'7.OQ % Hlf D0z.
Custom Shirts and
MADE TO ORDER.
Large line of Gentlemen's 'n4hing
goods and Silk Umbrellas, always on
Feb12 tf COL UMBIA.
At the New Store on llotel Lot.
o Jsyg now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRING8,
sPECT4CLES AND SPECTACLE CASFA,
WEDDINO AND BtRTMAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDI.ESS VARIETY.
.4.11 erders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking ad Repairing
Done Cheaply ad with Dispatchx.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Address, TAYLOR MFO. CO.
fEksuxatenaaJ Charlo ei,9. .
AIICJTL IIM Tll MACHIER.
CF. A. SCHUMPERT & 00.,
are Agents and have for sale the following improved Agricultural Implements:
Harvester and Binder,
Dropper and Mower,
G-lobe Cotton Planter,
SULKY AND WALKING PLO WS,
CHICAGO SCREW PULVERIZER, CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS
AND OTSEE IMPBOVED 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 Livery Stables.
Mar. 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 ally press
made. 6th-(Last but not least) It cost; less than any first-class press made.
ALL SZES PESSES TYPE AND PRNE8 UPIS
stea GFg.Cncto. Whistles. GERMA SC,. BL TIMG O E, Chec
' Vlye, Gover 3RenorsWenh s t , USwth A GArteo
COTTN FATORBOTT &CSION. RHAT
AEoDsng ircne as. Tubbba r and Le athoie oer. T:21. Satear Wihe. Ctrnd
ade Whernorls, aWrences, Shatn, toge-hs, whe artinge and
W tro nSteam anE it ngs, ne C oc .
Watertown Agricutural Egines (on hee.) Portabe Enine (on skid.) Dtatiory
Engirnesan wiT t h~ui a d I.)ifv i Er. r ~ B . c: Wter wo i . . Or
ocoiead WhaertlSa ial Shaoiner. 5:w.v~ 1ills, tcg.r tc.,
Cooper'sw Ag-ropeulinturaton Engnwes.) Far-;iculu Engines (ou wccs.) iy
Po-rte.2(fo smalle (oni.dkids.)Vrtclgn. Stttionary Enginoie nd IU-ur
*'Tb:re.Conand wihotct . et Tublar.rslM (with orle
'L'oco notiand ecdl Exroil r. S .w M ls t. t.
. W . ARDWEI & Co.
Cardhwelle. Sit shle. utls Wheat Trses Separators adCen;.''rudHg'Trses
Hyd'ralii Cotton Presses. Horse PQwers (mounted and down.) PQwer
Corn Shelleirs and Fee4 Cu; ters.
Johlnston Harvester Comupany
EMMERSON, TALCOTT & CO.
Reapcrs and Blders. Reapcis and Mowers Combined Single Btidere, t'nors, andl
Mowers. Cultivators and Grain Sowers..
FiAIRIBANKS & CO.
Fairbanks' Stan.dard~Scales, all sizes and patter..s. Alarm C'ash Draw'ars.
MANUFACTURERl of the FOLLOWING MACHINES.
NblAetL Go.ogrichi Improved E C<.ttora Gin. utcid's Patent A ntomarge Power Scre w
Press. (steam'or water p'ower.) Smit h's lriaprovod Hland - ower Cotton'and
flay Pres,s. ~Co,to3 Cia Feede:' "Conton ConIenser.
?ZcvVirhinia Fee i Cj :-r
Engines. Cotton Glas, &e., re?aired la a~ wwruaiullIe manner.
Orders solicited and promptly exceute.l. For f artW-.- particulars, circular , goneral
inormation, etc., apply to
W. J. POLLARD.
W. F. GAILLARD, Ag't., for Newherry
J94j. ~. 1-i;.___
Sampson Pope, N. D.n, Tigree Times A Day
Is. no. too often to use it, yei if once
SUt~ La dar the teeth' are-brushed with
I i i .WooDl ODoxTI2E thie greatist'chnge
Office-Opera H oi.se, is obse:vwd. Jus-tead of browvn, -stain
. d and u.gly ]ooking spots on the teeth
NE W ERRY, 8 C. you w*lI see a bright row of polished
In addition to a general practice pays pearle- where ttie teeth are sound
especial attention to the treatment of and ev"zn when they are 1:ot perfect
disases of Females, and Chronic dib 'they wiil be kept from further decay.
ar4e ailagkinds including diseases of'VWooD s ODoNTreiE cont4tins n:othin&
the Respiratory g.nd Circulatory S"s-j whilch can, 'by ujure the te -it
tems-of the Bowels, Kidneys, IMadshr.- on the cnais ben M' to teeth
Retum,:iv'er, Stomach, Eye, Ear, gmins rad~e spplied by
Nose and Throat, af the Nervous, SZa ~ ~ c. FISHER,
tern and Cancerous Sores a0616olmba, Ca
REMOVAL! REIIO V0VAL!! REMVALY
CL O-T D & S MITIB
HAVE MOVED TO THEIR NEW "MODEL" 8T9)rOR
(CROTWELL'S new building) opposite-J. 0. HAVIEDS,
WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE. LARCEST AND
SELECTION OF _
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Fu
ing Goods in the up Country.
Grand Opening of WE WOULD CALL
FALL and WINTER
Remember all of our goods are new, Which is ver S
as we had no goods of any conse
quence to carry over from last Sea- -
son, therefore we have all of the THE LARGEST A
latest styles of - --
FASHIONABLE GOODS, FINEST STOOK.
FANCY COODS, 4LDDElNJIUL
STAPLE 800D8, FINE SHO
And in fact goods to suit any one.
-IN TOW1N AED
HARD TIMES! N.NE jNTR TA .
LADIES ESPECIAL I
, ~~Farmers would do W&;rex q
Don't cry hard times - our stockof Pao k
but go to the certaily give you
but g oTHIN. noone else cam. Jus-thi*of
"MODEL" t1l0TIIN MEN'8
LEATHER BOOTS A $ O
Where you will get more goods and -
better goods for your money than
any where else in TOWN. LEATHER SHOES :T
All we ask is a careful examination of our Stock and we are sure of set1ingyd
WE DEFY COMPETITION HERE OR ELSEWHsEE
The "NEWBERRY OLOTHIE8 :'
Crotwell's new building opsite.
Sept. 13- 3mNWB RY30
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES!!
80 COOK STOVES. 80 O
28 iHEATING STOVES. 28
We have now in Store another
of those splendid Cook and Heating Stoves, such as we have sold for the pasl
four years, with such general satisfaction.
Bonght in lairoc quantities at very low prices and realizing the fact .that 2
cr*ops are shortind1 the aji of every one will be to make a small amount of I ~ ~~
money "go a long way" we are offering inducements such as have never before ET3ZU
been offered in Newberry.
All we aisk is ani examination of our $toves for wre feel sure we can please you nwiln
in pice anm quality.
Please call ait .
S. P. BOOZER'S,
HARDWARE AND STOVE STORE.
-r -s.- n o a
FALLR ANDBR WHNTERj
AND . ---
I wonid respectfully call the atten- g -~ uxy
tion of .ny fiend-, patrous~, and the -
p)ublic generally to the fact, that I - AY E8.
have 4ust returned firm thec Northern g AYNE'
ma rkets whsere I purchaseed an elegant Portale En;ine ascu
St'ck of * '- Potal E ure imen
Me-s Yuts,Bos ndC ilde' - 205, -
Boots and Shoes, Trnks.- Va
- lis, Umbrellas &c., -
(In store andl still acriving) - * -
Black and Coloy'ed ou
Worsted Coats and Vests, s~~mw8.0 .
and Fancy Cass Pants for Dress, - -Js.sw
Colore dCass Business Suits,
All of the lhtest fabrics and styles. -7 K. P. GoGGANs. D.O. NERBERT. - -.-uaw e~
Especial attenition is invited to my I 0OGANS & HERBERT,j.r
ime of Mi
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. tonysa - La w
- s 'W W~Q. c. ..
-ten . o nlps.' )L B' W. PyAYN &
NECK so2,4-y- -
of style fiW d7olor that cannot -_______LYON__________
g.tplease the most fasidious. Fowound. diseaseeor ot
The public s respectfully asked to ednpantette
examine my stock and prices before when deat! salted. Glaims reoneed, res-.
purchasing. tomaln, un~s,bw ayeand
dany,e btied t ne.dy
~ ~8pC-iUDSO ces anxd Cl. Iob.4r, 4