OailyGain ofTMffcreiit Breetsof
Cattle, as Shown by Prize C'al
- tie at SmithfieUl. ... .
.we laKe ine lonowing uguiw
Mr.; Lewes fleet itre. The averse
daily gain, from bhth tolaughter,
.for the different breeds of cattle, as
Mhovrn at the SmitlifielU fat cattle
show for 1878 "was :
Average of Derns. -.".:! .;tt)t;a..per day.
'Average ofShortborns . il.83. "
llll goes IQ SHOW I4nil llIC kjuuiv-
Jioriis mature aiore rapidly than other
breeds, and attain to heavier weights
at a given ase. Bo tltfiy do this at
"greater , or less expense bffftl? It
cannot be disputed that the longer a
lieast takes tdpmake a given weight,
more respiratory fooil will be used up
in' keeping up tlie vital processes, and
unless there is.a less assimilative pow
er 'in the Shorthorn, 'so ttat't'oo much
of its food is left in the niamlre, that
breed must belthe most profitable to
American Meat J2x
by the EnglUH Goverment, have not
proven muciijUi. a iinmruutB w me
business and the volume of tbe trade
continues 10. exjuum rapiuiy,. jlhc
'oj4er to slaughter at the port of entry
has not availed to so embarrass the
the trade as to relieve the -British
farmer from competition. We have no
ttoulit that lif tlie .slauffhteriner
was done on jtliis side, the business
would rest on a still firmer foundation
'and we believe it will come to tht
at last. It is proposed that the Brit
ish farmers shall emigrate in, large
'numbers; that will not mend patters
oyer there, but will render the situa
tion worse. Th manufacturing popu
lation ouglit o emigrate, and the
farmers ought lo be protected. We
had rather feed thcjse manufacturers
in jhis eouniry.i. It is too far to send
dinner to the h4nd everyday .across
the Atlantic. Let the factory people
"and the artisans come over to this side,
'and it will benuore convenient all
From the New York Observer.
Shelter the Horses.
tr , 1 1J ; .i 1 ' 1 ft , I ,
iuim-3 biimuu nut ue jeii uui m iurni
- - - .
after freezing weather sets iu, espe
cially in tuir climate, wliere a sunny
day is followed by high winds and
jiercing cold at night.' Rainy nights
lire still worse on them ; notufficient
heat can be generated to resist the ac
'tion of the wind on their wet bodies.
Tliov miut en (lor on1 A. ctiff1...
. mmj . .mm mum Ut it U Uim IIU OUUCI t
Farmers usually say this exposure
hardeus the horses, and refer to the
Svild animals as having no stables,
the ; case is different the wild horses
seek aSouthern climate, following the
pasture ; the bears have thick, shag
y coats, and sleep in caves, and the
smaller animals take refuge in hollow
'trees, &csh Ayliile the "horse, whose
iilood is thinned by the season's work,
and COat wnrn nirnv wt tia An
comb, is left out in the field, with
nothing thicker than a mullein-stalk
to shield him from the cutting wind.
In many parts of the country not a
ree is left standing in pasture field.
it js not much trouble to put them
Under tlie sheds, or into the stables. A
Jew nubbins of corn or a handful if
salt will soon teach them to collect
at tls bars, and they can be turned
oat in the morning, llorses thus cared
for Will keep in better condition and
ast longer than those exposed. If
filTmrS Wmilil affnnil Zt, xl
- kih.hu iu il, iney
WOUld not llff Rrt nfton er.i il
ii rccil ill Hie
spring sales to replenisli their stock.
Xmerlcait Cheese in En gland.
. T,,tJ -f ltt SiocJt Journal, an Eng
lish periodica1, in a nfti?
England, has the following in regard
Jo English and American cheeses:
"Oar regret Hon the score of quali
ty of inellowness of texture j-clean-,ness
6f flavor aiut of general richness;
for in these -points " the ' American'
rlieesc on the n vorage is better than it
ras last year, while our own is worse
nmi the judges declare that without
reception tire American cheese Is let
jer than ours. We have have on pre
vious occasion! pointed out that wc in
: England xvere losing ground in the
race, and that America was training it"
mum mat iiiB tiiuerencc was owing to
cue unproved methods and appliances
that are in genial use tii the latter j
country; and, the disparity': is only j
less marked because the ; sou, me
herbage and the climate in this coun
try are each and all better than those in
America for cheese-making purposes.
It il purely a question, then, of practi
cal ability superior management,
and we siy so advisedly. Ten or a
dozen years ago the quality of Ameri
can cheese sent to this country was such
as toransea smile : but now thesmilej
is on the others ..side ot the .i.ic. .'At
that period, ' indeed, no one thought
for a! moment that we had anything
to fear from the quality, whatever we
mifrlifc have from the volume, of
American competition in cheese; but
now we are beaten all along the'linr.
And this is not so, much because the
quality f English cheese, on the
average, is lower han it uKed to be,
as tliat fhjj quality of American is so
greatly improved. Carely inquiry
into scientific jjrinciples, and scrupu
lous attentiori to details of manage
ment, are the means by which our
American friends have so greatly im
ptroye their dairy products. As the
matter now stands, we have Ameri
can cheese on the one hand, and Con
tinental butter: on the other, promi
nent anoj popular in our best markets
and we ha va to content o versel ves
with inferior prices. How long this
state of things is to continue depends
entirely on British cjieese and butter
makers. That j there is a spTendid
market open and a rising industry to
be cultivated is patent to all; but
one thing is certain our competitors
will not easily be made to relinquish
the position' they'have gained. In
creased knowledge, quickened ener
gies and incessant activity iu adopt
ing and adapting eve,ry improvement
in appliances and mmte? of manage
ment, will alone enable us to compete
with success; but giveir these, we
will back the British dairy farmer
against the world."
A great deal of actual light is
thrown upon the state of agriculture in
Great Britain by the returns for the
year 1879. It seems therefrom that
the decrease has steadily continued,
and that the next Report will contain
somemore startling figures bem this
one. The acreage under corn crops
has diminished two per cent, during
tlie yaarj Wheat has fallen off tleven
per, cent., or 326,000 acFes ; but the
acreage of barley has increased eight
per cent. Oats and rye have been less
sown. During the last ten years the
bread crop of the United Kingdom
has decreased Iweqly-fiveT per cent.,
or-nearly one million acres. Upwards
of $475,000,000 are annually expend
ed on imported agricultural produce,
and more than l 80000,000 are spent
on meat, dairy, and otherprovisiofi$ im
ported. It is a remission of burdens on
land thatlhe British farmers are now
calling for to enable them to divert a
large portion of this money into their
own purses. Strange to say, the re
clamation of waste lands in Great
Britain has gone .on with undimin
ished i-ncrgy; 121,000 acres have,
during the year, been- added to the
land .under cultivation most of the
addition, however, is devoted to pas
ture and fruit-growing.
Rotation :of Crops.
Can you tell me what is the best
order of succession o crops of corn,
wheat, oats and hay, fcc, in the
5-shi ft system on lower James River
lands?" i Robert B. Tunstall.
We referred the above to Captain Guy,
a practical and successful farmer on
James river. Ei.
You have given me a task which I
am Itrcapable of performing, bv rea-
sou of Want of experience and knowl
edge of the soil thev j gentleoian culti
vates. The 1 ower James lias quite a
variety of soil, and they require differ
ent treatment. I would begin by put
ting all live manure of the farrn"on
the first lot, and put that in corn ;
the next year follow! with. oats, and a?
soon as I could get them off, put on
peas, and when six itfehes high sow
on one huudred pounds of plaster per
acre hen the peas were ripe enough
to eat, plow; under and put on twenty
or thirty bushel- of lime aud sow in
wheat. If the land is rich and stiff,
I would sow one peck of timothy
seed on the wheat and drag lightly.
Iflhe lands Sire light and thin,"l
woulA wait until February or March.
then harrow and sow one bushel of
orchard grass and 'one gallon of clover
ml roll. My rotation would then
he t First,year corn ; second, oats";
third, wheat j fourth and fifth, grass
fend hay. would then manure and
put in corn again. I think, after five
(years, your inend would be pleased
with his rotation.
first cr.ip, of hay to
I would cut the
kI i graze iho sec
ond except " timothy, which, does not
like grazing, unless on very rich land,
as, it is considered a great exhauster
itselC The stockl should consume all
the lung provender on ithe arra. .. I
tlnnk this mode i of farming would
make the farm and ownertboth richi
I F. Guy. ,
Chesterfield Co., la!
The Exodus Movement. Mr. G.
Kettlewcll, of the; Washington Post
is in the city. He has I been in iIk
Second Congressional District of the
State investigating the exodus of ne
groes therefrom. The "true inward
ness'of the movement showing up
veryclearly, and; it becomes dally
more cvident'that it is a Radical trick,
but one which fails in its evil pur
pose. It is, after all, so; far, but an
attempt to withdraw a portion of the
heavy surplus of negco Aolers from
that district, and with them colonize
Indiana. Raleigh CMs.,.j
TiiE city of Charleston has during
the past 'fVw weeks i been' in a turmoil
over its municipal ' election. There
were three candidates for Mayor, all
Democratic in their tendencies, but
the regular organization was preserv
ed aud had its ticket in the field rep
resented by Mr. Courtenay. The
question was as to the, negro vote.
Every effort was made by their friends
to centre it upon Messrs. Sale and
Gayer, independents; but Mi. Gourte
nay was successful receiving a fair
negro vote and a large proportion of
the whites. He beat both of his op
ponents put together. And so may it
Lever be. Raleisrh Obs.
While werejoice with our Charles
ton friends over their tn'unip in that
city we can also find something to
make -ue glad in the .latitude of the
Hub. There was a "mumUpnl elec
tion held at Boston, on yesterday, and
tlie Democrats were successful thew,
Mavor Prince, Pemccrat, I being re-
. ' ' j O
elcctejJ by a considerable niiajority.
The JlostQU selection is noten'orthy be
cause it was the first time that women
voted in Massachusetts. They did
not vote for Mayor but for.sehoo!
committeemen. They turned out a
thousand strong. It is said ."that the
election was verv order! v because of
their presence ct ihp )oiIs.4 Raleigh
Congress, at its pending session, will
have to decide a number of caws of con-'
tested elections, two of tlie these from
North Carolina: Yeates vs. Martin, from
the first district, and O'Uara va. Kitchin,
from the second. These contestants have
about equal chances of getting jtho seatR
which they claim and either might Bell
out his chances for a pair of old breeches
and make money by the transaction.
Since 18G0 the growth in population is
Las follows: Eastern States. 3.803.706:
Western States, 7,00:2,032 Southern States
Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock can
carry the States of Pennsylvania, New
York, Indiana, and the South if nominated
by the Democracy in l3S0.-iri. Sunday
Tery VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN TIIE CITY OP
By Tin of a Mortgage or Deed , in Tra5t,
executed by Thos. E. Hrown and .wife, E. W.
Brown, to Sopliia Beaherer. dated i the 19lli
day of January, : 1878, and registered in the
office of the Register oi Deeds of Royan cotin-
y, in Book Ivo. 54, page 409, 410, and 4IJ,
c, and npon which default has been made, I
ill expose for sale at public anction, at the
court-house door in tiie Tow-n of Salisbury, N.
Gar. on Monday the
15th Say of December; 1879,
at 12 o'clock M., the following real leatate, to
wit ; The Lot or Piece of Land, ikuown a
BROWN'S LIVERY STABLE,
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A OX II TO T7AKTBD; ', :!'jf
Z. S. D0VEY, ilan-ar. CI N. Clrjrlci StrcH.qjaili.Uar?t ;
MEROIIEYS & BOGEIIS, Agents, Salisfcuiy, c.
Price fiiiin St5 to45. j i1
I do not hesitate to say the American Machine fui-paxstr-al I lfecr machines. Besid 3
life all the work that other mac-hint tab, il ivetK.uuiir:utl works billion holts in any H 7
roiu Swiss Muslin to iieaver-cloth. J have used Sineix, liuwe tend U ted Aiacuii-1-''
ind the Vinerican is siij ti ior lo Iheni all. '' ilH
. iHSS M. liUTLEUfiji, . .-
I hSive used lie linger and othvr iriachtnes,
. r m t- .:.. a
iSiRS.: 1 have iMed theTlIowe, .Singer, WJYeeler & Wilson, Wilcox A Ciibhs, Sewtni if
chines, and would not give the American for all of litem. It will do all that is claimtfuj.
in uic ciiiuiui. x L-iiFiuti i nil ci iui iu mi
s Simple Deeds, pecds iri Tfnst; 3Iortgnge Deeds, Commiswonersl Deeds, Slitriflj
taU, Chattle lortgages, Farm Contracts, Iarriage and ConliiniatiolTCtrtitjcntc
DistiUers' Entries, and various other forms lor Bale at ine . . ! 1
Administrators, executors, commissioners,
can on us mr pnmei suie not ices.
their roperty at puuhc auction
ounxmcnts ot the law on the
often sacrificed trm this cause when a dollar "or Utp speiltin aflvertisbijt.'mi'rHl-fcaTt
saved it and nVade it bring its value. We furnish sale notices prompt lyund (hea)H
LETTER HEA3DS, 1
Mon th.ly. Stat emnt
CARDS, Posters, all kinds,
SALISBURY BOOK 3TSBE.
GEO. W. Y0PP, Propr.
(AtPlylor's Old Stand.)
BHiOHT NEW BOOKS
CALL AND SEE HIM.
On and Off Slick as Grease n
AV. M. EAGLE,
Respectfully announces his continuance nt
his old stand in his old line, on Alain Street,
opposite Earns' Drug Store, lie is always
ready and anxious to accommodate customers
in his line in tbe best m inner possible, lie is
prepared to do tirst clas work iHid can com
pete with any northern Shop or JJand made
work. His machines, lasts, Ac. -are of Hie
latest ard best patcrns. He works the. , very
best material aud keeps on hand ready lnad'c
work, Ond stock equal to any special frrder.
Repairing;i9Atly and promptly done at rea
sonable prices. Sa-tislection guaranteed or no
Prices to Suit lhe Times.
Cash orders by mail promptlr filled.
31.Gino. W.'M. KAGLE.
JAMES M. GRAY,
Attorney and GounssUor at Law,
SALISBURY, X. C.
Office in the Court House lot, next door
to Squire Uaughton. Will pnictice in sill
the Courts of the State.
IIOTCIIKISS & POXD, PuorRiETous.
On The European Plan.
The regfauranl, cafe and lunch room attach
ed, arc unsurpassed for cheapness niidexcel
lence of service. Rooms 50ct. to $2 per day
43 to 10 per week. Convenient to all ferric
md city milroad?. "
K"ew Furniture, I7cX7 Kanagcaeat
To make Title to Land, and Ijaborcr and
Mecltanics Liens, for sale at tins Office
and would not exchange lhe Amprtt4 iu
-.. l! J I
vt.ii ci o xf iiutc u ri ecru. -i '
if MRS. GTEO. W. IIAEElSOi
sheriffs,-constables.-a jrents, ito., are-advistdtr
es. r It is certainly great injustice to owners to pittiiu
n tiiint first giving ample notice of the sale. The n-'
subject every body knows are insuffi-ient. ' Proficfltff1
...1,..." T ! - 4 .... 11.:- .!"...! r
LAND RSiXr- rE2:"2fii
Xi'llEX C AVAST
II A B DfiltE
At Low Figures
Call on the undersigned Grani ,
D . A . AT WELL.
Salisbury .N.'G( June 8 if.
EXXISS CH1CKEX CHOLERA .
or nioncv refutidetlT--if directions are
strictly lollowed. 5
I PBICE 25 CENTS, at '
2(r.tt. - EXXISS' DingStj
Fa 1111 crw,
DON'T BE SWIKBLEQ
BALE OF COTTOH
TIIEO. P. HfLU'rT?;
will sell you one ton of G
i ! ; "1 . s
For 200 lfc. Coin,
It ift lhe best in nse. Easy to roanipBl
Requirm no cotton tseei nor stable niannrf
No charge for recipe or right to
to any $50 guano. Has been ; tested for
Call and get particular and ee iestirooni"
Don't be linmbngsed by cheap imitation, y "
You ca - get the genuine only from J
THEO. F. K LUTTZ, DBrcoisT.
Warrants fl to Cto !
fcoXH j Sole Agent foi Ko1