The Carolina Watchman.
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V01 XjV.TaiRD SERIES
SALIS3U2Y. H. C, JUNE 7, 1883.
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ESliBUSIIED IN THE YE All i 832. i
0 piirK.fl.M-I ADVANCE.
Nothing to Do.
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"Xothing to do!" in this world of ours,
Where weeds grow up with the fairest
Wealth Honestly Karned.
1 iiijJUiUjr of th
: lotXl, IVverand
ajlJ ull Diseases
caused Uy De-
nngjemeOtt Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
SYHlTOlttS OF A lI8KA.SEO HVEB.
- Breith- i'ain ia the hide, sometimes the
. . r i. !....!. .,.. vi,,,iil,l-r.lilarUv mistaken tor
nam IS nn " , ; ,
feheinau4 ; Rer.cr.il lost of appettte: Howels
i-nriL'ly cstive. s.mcti.Tics alternating with lax;
fhe'lia 1 li Woi.Ucd with pain, j. dull ami heavy
able loss of meinu.y, accompanied
Liis.iti a of leaving undone something
nhi to have been done; a slight, ilry c.mgn
Peter Cooper, the eminent business
man awl philanthropist, who has just
gone to his reward, had in life a great
many admirers and in death a great ma
ny eulogists. There is one feature about
his life that cannot be too strougly em
phasized, or too highly commended, or too
universally imitated. He never carried in
i his nockct a dollar dishonestly acquired.
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Nothing to do !" There aie nraver to lav Rev. Mr. Collver said of him, in his
On the altar of incense, day by day ; faeral address : "Here lies a man who
There are foes to meet withiii and without, I . , .... i.
- . . , . ' never owned a dollar that he could not
1 here are foes to couquer.strong and stout. , , . ...
take up to the great white throne." Hia
"Nothing to do!" Theieare minds to teach great success in busiuess was not secured
The simplest forms of Christian speech ; ! at the expense of tricks and business
Thercare hearts to lure witli loving wile, wronga 1Jo nerer ureued a morally un-
I mill liiv iuiicm imuiua ui am & ucuic.
Where smiles have only a fitful play,
Where hearts are breaking svery day t
"Nothing to do!" thou Christian soul,
Wfapptug tliee rouupl in thy selfish stole f
Off with the garments of sloth and sin,
Uhiist, thy Lord, hath a kingdom to win.
Goobers and Blackberries.
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an'l Hn-.he5 lace is smu nuio n uutnuuiu, "'-
aiisu icn Mr coaMiawtiw; the puait complains
of 4 irwc and debility ; r.e. vous. e..sj!y itsrtied;
feet tUrt&ura: .metimes a prickly sensation
u( tb skinl exists; spirus are tow and despondent,,
ami jihoiilh satifn;ti tbat ex-erci -e would be bene
icai yet ne can hardly summon up fortitude to
lry if-iD ict, distrusts every remedy. Several
of thi above sympuiius attmd tlie distsse. but cases
have i tirled whcn but few of thctn existed, yet
exanroati. Sftcr death has shown ibe Liver to
Lave $een titciaively deranged.
jt .1 i.uid lo used by all persons, old and
yiuiigl wli-never iy of Uit uj ve
' ffisnvii Trn rrlrff -or T.lviti!; In -JP-
a'iv t I 'f ' the r.ivcr in healthy ci-ii, wiB a'id
all ttlief a, IMHovs nfne ."., 'irrins Nan
tra. i'r 4-n 14-uc-t ! ',!?, . 6. It
., ;jv-' ,f"i;.- 'iV.- A . !,,.. . i vine, lu i u in-
if ' ' ' --
Ifp'oilihave eul-n KitTlliiti hard ot
dlKtio, or fed h. .vy afier meals, or sleep
lessiTt night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Tlmi? asd Doctors' Hills will le saved
by always keeping the Regulator
jj - in the House I
For, whatever tfic ailment may be, a-thoroughly
jafc Lurkntive, alleralive and tonic can
ntvew" Stt of place. The rem is liarmirss
and il''H not interfere vlili lusines or
y i if Calomel or
And has i!!1 the power ..nJ cflic:tc
(Juinjlic,- Sjrilhout any of the injunuus alter cltccts.
-A fiovernor's Testimony.
..ife l iver RieuUuor has lj.c.n in use in my
ton some time, and l am siftislied it is a
ile aSHIition.to the medical science.
J. tjin. SuuRfKit, Oovcrnor of Ala.
lion . Al under II. Stenhens. of t,a..
says;f H&k derived some bcuelit tn.m the 'use of
Siminpnsji iiver Regulator, and, wish to give it a
"Thi'Xonly Thing that tirmr fuils to
Kelfcve;?,, f have used .many remedies tor Dys
pepsia, ifv.cr A flection and Debility, but never
aavcSwuiahuiyiliinSg tu bun. fit Jim to the extent
t-imrions 4?ivtr Kcgiilator hai. 1 sent fnim-Min-r.esfiii
to feeorgia for it, and wtdl i.-nd further for
sucn inrlftt ine, and would advise all ho are sim
ilariy;afl'c J to give it a trial as it seems the only
Jijungmhalfteyer fails to relieve.
J; P. M. JanneT, Minneapolis, Minn.
Ir,rT..5W. Mason says: From actual ex
perience itbe use of Simmons Liver Rrcvilator in
aiy ; - I. have been and am satisfied to use
and jcscfjbc it as a purgative medicine.
ISf-iliiKC only the Oenuinr, which always
has oo thl Wrapper the retl Z Trade-Mai k
and.Slgnfture of J. H. Zl'.U.lN & CO.
1 fORisAi.K IlY Alt DRUGGISTS
"Nothing to do!' There are Iambs to feed,
The precious hopes of the Church's need :
(klfraaaft fS lft m 1 ill liamfl t 4 t 1 I SI 1. 1 1 1 i 1 I 1 1 1 I 1
Vigils to keep with the doubting saint.
'Nothing to do!' and thy Saviour said,
"Follow thou me in the path I tread."
Lord, lend thy help the journey through,
Lest taint, we cry, "bo much to do! j
Never Speak 111 of a Brother. .
Never speak ill of a brother,
Don't say a word that is mean ; v
Xou'll find you have plenty to do
isy keeping your own nauus ciean.
Never speak ill of a brother!
Because he's done this or that ;
Perhaps if you hau the same dish,
You, too, would spill all the fat.
Never speak ill of a brother!
- Let others speak as they will ;
If yon can say nothing that's good,
You'd better by far keep still.
BL AdKMER & TAYLOR
Those who are eager to utter
All the vile slanders they hear,
Don't consider for a moment
They're blasting a life most dear.
Never speak ill of a brother ;
"Pause and consider awhile;
His heart may be buried in sorrow,
Yct more than yours free from guile.''
Parkness may hover about him,
Leaving not one ray of" tight ;
Tho' clouds have darken'd his pathway,
That brother t-till may be right.
Wp know not the heait, niy brother-
It mav he pure as the snow ;
i'hen judge not, oh ! judge not unkindly,
Show chanty here below.
Oh ! ne'er speak ill of a brother,"
Ne er sav one word that is mean ;
You'll find you'll have plenty to tlo
If you keep your own hands clean.
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lawful business in a morally unlawful
way. He had talent, skill, and. energy
that made him a man of great efficiency ;
but no talent or skill for cheating. His
power of actiou was under the stem gov
ernment of a pure conscience and this
made him an honest man.
The tricks of trade he knew nothing
about. He was not one of the "snccess
ful knaves" who gather vast fortunes by
virtually robbing others, and then sjiend
those fortunes in selfish indulgence, in
different alike to the wants of the world
and the claims of God. He owned bj- an
honest title every dollar that he held.
We do not believe that any man ever
thought that Peter Cooper ever took from
him a penny to which he was hot fairly
eutitled. We commend his example in
this respect to all young men and to all j
better and a much
men carried into the walks of business
life the sterling honesty which marked the
character of Peter Cooper. It is not true
that a man cannot succeed in business on
this principle. II it were tine, it would
be better to fail than to succeed ; but it is
not true, and the life of Peter Cooper
conspicuously shows tiiis fact. Ex.
Thre are some Southern States
in which the smallest industries are
carefully cultivated and applauded,
but the Cultivator would be glad to
see the same spirit of progress and
aud economy spread over the whole
South. There are many sectious in
which thousands of dollars are annu
ally made from the sale of dried fruits.
And yet iu other sections the black
berry and other similar products, are
considered too insignificant for esjie
cial attention. There are hundreds
of these small industries, few of which
require any amount of capital to start
with, out of which a great deal of
ready money, can be made. Farmers'
wives and children might make ft
good use of their spare time looking
after dried fruit and ground ea.s.
The Atlanta (Ga.,) Conalitutwn says:
"Editor Waterman of the J?orsyth
Advertiser is the true Arcadia u. In
his last, which is filled with interest
ing local articles, he touches upon
matters of national importance goo
bers and blackberries. .No native
Oeoro-ian whose natriotism has sur-
o .- . .
vived the wear and tear ot time can
discuss fliese particular subjects with
out a little thrill of pride. It is true
Georgia has never achieved fame as a
goober-raising State, but there are as
i voting meu ana to an " . .. ,i uA A-mtt
b , , . sonatinas connected with the iruit
iuis wouiu ue a mucn i -----. .. , . Tr
eh hnnnier world if all that are peculiarly Georgian, ihey
can be produced here in oewiuienng
profusion, and of a size and flavor
calculated to lay the North Carolina
ground pea and the insignificant Flor
ida pintlar in the shade.
''During the war the Georgia troops
were known in the army as 'goober-
grabblera,' but the name was not in
tended as a tribute. It seems that
upon one occasion, when a Georgia
regiment was marching througn y ir-
A True Story.
A lady and gentleman residing in Ai
ken, S. C, own a pair of ponies, also a
ng ftp, and vieing with the7 most
irosperous counties in the State.
."If farmer at the North, or emi
grants from Europe wish to invest in
good paying land let them come to
he peanut belt in Southsule Virginia,
and take a look before they purchase
elsewhere ; and let them remember
that a railroad has been chartered J
and will no doubt be compleied from
James river in Surry county to the
city of Danville, opening up a direct
trade to the Northern cities, and af
fording the best facilities for the
trucking business which has been
found so profitable in the neighbor
hood of Norfolk."
A correspondent of the America
Cultivator, of Boston, Mass., says nev
er put hens ,Qto au old house without
cleaning and white-washing, and lur
njshinc nests. He also savs never
put lard or any kind of grease on a
lien wiine sue is setting u you wish
the esrsr to hatch. And here are his
reasons. He says : It has been said
that experience is the best of teacher.
And while this is very true, it is also
true that much trouble aud expense
NEW SPRING GOODS!
KLUTTZ ft RENDLEMAN
Have now received thetr 'entire stock of Spring and Summer (Hoods which have been
selected with great care to suit the varied wants and tastes of their numerous customers,
all of which they offer as cheap as the cheapest. They have now ia Store the
LAEGEST ASSORTMENT OF
NOTIONS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, Ladies' and Men's HATS,
thev have bought for mauy seasons. 3P"A new stock of TABLE and GLASSWARE.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF FIVE GENT TINWARE.
We still have the best FLOUR, OAT MEAL, MEATS, SUGARS, TEAS,
COFFEES, RlCE, CANNED FRUITS, JFLLIES, PURE LARD, BRAN,
MEAL, New Orleans MOLASSES and SYRUPS, fce. A full assortment of
FAMILY MEDICINES. Accents for Coats' Spool Cotton. Agents for the EMPIRE
spaniel. Last year, as their custom is, I glow, the boys came upon a flourish
they sent these animals out of the town, wg v J
about three miles distant, to their farm, luxuriant growth for the goobe V
to remain during their absence through
the summer. When they returned in the
fall they traveled home on horse-back, and
having these horses at their town homo
did not send for the ponies at once. Tho
doji came in from the farm, however.
This was on Friday. The dog showed
himself very uneasy and dissatisfied with
something, and tho lady observed hiiu
carefully. She came to the conclusion
that he did not like the new horses
natch and absolutely
clover by pulling it up and grabbling
for goobers. This is the origin of the
name : but as Editor Waterman in
sists, there is no reason why the State
should not earn the title by producing
the finest and best goobers in the
"The small boy has no advantage
I over the poet, and statesman, and ju
rist. Sooner or later all classes meet.
Semois Fun foh a Parti- of Stu
dkxts. There is great exHtement among
the students of the Methodist College iu
Delaware, Ohio, orer the arrival of De
tective Morris from Columbus, who pro
poses to arrest a number of students and
n . V T d 'mingle in front of the goober
On the following ; , are bcfore t,,e
t . y
(which were two bays), and remarked
upou it to Mr. R
Sunday morning the dog disappeared.
aud hail not returned in the afternoon
when they went to drive with the hays.
After an absence of an hour or two they
returned, and found standing at the gate,
the dog with tho two pouies. H had
prosecute them to tho fullest extent of evidently trotted out to the farm, and iu
the law. Some days ago a party of jatu- formed the ponies that their place was
dents led a eow, blindfolded, into the taken by strangers, and this was the re-
private room of President Payne in the Bnlt. Our Dumb Animate,
College building, and locked it in. When
tlu. itfpuirif or retiirupd he found his room
f confusion and ruin. His book- George III. makes his own Bishop.
case, pictures, statues, chandeliers and
carpets were damaged or destroyed. The When Archbishop Moore died,
facultv held a meetine and determined to Manners Sutton was Bishop of Nor-
nrrest aud prosecute the offenders. About wich, and also Dean of Winds r. He
forty students have been snmimoned to was at that moment residing at his
appear before the faculty and answer deanery, and was entertaining a party j Ag mucl) coua be made in Georgia,
charges of drunkenness and billiard play- of friends at dinner. In the miuuieor ojjj ftuj t,ere wo i,ear uf enter
ing. It is said that full twenty studeuts it the butler came up to him with an ex- j8U1g firm8 vvlo are coining the free
... , .1-1,1 ip . . i ,,n Kmr ii'ii', um mu nrn. . ,
will ue oxpeiieu nnu nan a uozeii airesi-
ed fbrthe cow outrage. Journal-Obs.
The Higli License Spreading;.
very eyes of Eloquence ; and Iragedy
unmasks and Comedy cuts its capers
in the presence of sympathetic men,
whose pockets are full of roasted
goobers. The day will yet come
when some of the advanced thinkers
among the scientists will discuss the
relations which 1 lie goober undoubt
edly bears to the social progress of
the people, and its effects upon civili
zation. "As for blackberries, the fruit that
I is green when it is red; very little
j can be said of them as compared with
the goober, but they are least interest
ing, especially in North Caroliua
where they brine to the people hun
dreds of thousands of dollars annually.
WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
R. M Crawford, of the Arm df
I R. CRAWFORD & CO.,
tfustftfers with all kinds of
ijare now prepared to supply our
t lu addition, to the
Rest Selected Stock of
fi. A K 1) W A R E iu the
e andBlastixig Powder
8 - - -
ua fulljine ol Mining Supplies.
gentleman wishes to see your lord- but as g fferal thing iQ birds anil
shit) directly, but he won t give his nra . (V u , tlip pn;,1Vment of
name." "xHonsense," said the Bishop; adiniral)le fruil n
"I can't come now, of course. Lhel, T, . f t e Constitution
cari be saved to such as are willing
to profit by the experience of others.
These thoughts rise in my mind as I
recall my first attempt at chicken
raising. My family had moved into
theconnfry.and fresh eggs stood prom
inent in our dreams of country life ;
so among my first purchases was a
half dozen hens and a rooster.
I found an old hen house on the
place into which 1 put these fowls,
after mending the broken roosts.
They soon found some old boxes,
partly filled with hay, which had been
used by the former hen occupants for
nests, into which they deposited their
eggs. As soon as one oi ine nens
wanted to sit, I placed some eggs
under her iu the box wiere she had
been laying. From the thirteen eggs
I got twelve chickens. Just as I
commenced to think they were doing
oicely the chicks began to vdie. On
examination, I found them covered
with vermin. Ididjiot know what
to do in order to save them, and over
half of them died.
At this same time I had another
hen that had been sitting for ten or
twelve days. I thought it would be
an excellent plan in this case to de
stroy the vermin on the old hen be
fore the chickens were hatched., I
had heard that fresh lard would kill
these insects, so i rubbed a large
au.ount of it among the hen's feathers
esocciallv about the breast and lower
part of the body. This Application 1
reoeated two or three times. When
three weeks had expired I began to
look for some young chicks but not
one appeared. The hen had sat very
faithfully, and continued to do so for
three days after her time was up
then broke some ot the eggs atut
found that, through some cause, the
life had gone out ot them, just as the
-chickens had begun to torni. 1
thought at the time that the hen must
have left the nest, at some time long
enough to allow the eggs to get cold.
But 1 afterwards found that a more
probable cause was that the lard got
on the eggs and stopped the pores.thus
killing the chicks in the process of
GUA'NO, which is HPFirst class, and which we offer for 400? lbsof Lint Cotfon.
Come and. See lis
before you buy or sell, for we will do you good.
W. W. TAYLOR ft O. J. BOfTtAN,
April 12, Salesmen.
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J. 11. KEEN,
Salisbury, N. C.
Apt for PRIM IRON WORKS,
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills,
Also, Contractor and Builder.
Ja 85, '83. ly
A ctrmorntizion cf .
to.rtt.r, of Iran. ui-ia.it
Hum and 1'hoaphonu i.
a palatable form, 2 'or
Debility, Isoss of Appr
tiie, lrotratian cf i .vt
J'mvvra it ia indium sable.
rU 1 & industry, IU., says: -
r i. consiau iC
a most excellent remedy lor
the debilitated vital forces.
EJEV. A. I. HOBBS Writes.-
After a tHorouph trial of the
IRON TONIC, I take pleasure
in statin? that I nave been
greatly benented by its
use. ministers and -Pub
lic epeasers wiu una it
of the greatest value
where a Tonic is neces
sary. I recommend it
as a reliable remedial
agent, possessing- un
doubted nutritive and
JZiuisTiltt, A'j'., Oct. 2, 1&S2.
nms3? SB DR. HABTER MEDIC IXE CO., 213 V. kUnT ST., ST. vms.
he. wouuini msium you. Va has to say about goobers or having a supply oi goou, bea im.-
said the Bishop, somewhat crossly, j ''u)c peas 0r peanuts in a recent dcr on hand during the winter for
"ask him to wait a few minutes till I , fgg, . jn order to show that it is cows, horses and young cattle will
have finished my dinner." "Beg par-! crop a correspondent claims appreciate it and pay Well for all the
1 " ai!il 1 ml itpi- . u 1 Kaon In atr irp it. W e
nnvt. ni! v us exiieuac ic nan uwu vv. - " -
age yield on good prefer to sow it in June, though it
ro verv frentrentlY may he sown earlier if desired ; but if
ecntleman Says it is very important m., Un RlinnumPte(l with what While it is yet time we wish
The high license system for saloon very important indeed, my Lord, or I tlje um; Messenger of Petersburg, urge upon farmers the importance ot
iceuses continue to ; attract atten-
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lion, ana many cities are auopting
it. Where' it has been on trial for
some time the results give extreme
t' MM... C3. ;I TJ UK
sacieiaciioii. i ue oi. uuuis uenuuu- umi, my o. r-- timt nttv bus be s ner
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can relates that the high license sistentiy, aim wuu some , ,
ii no has been nut in oneration at "out voti uau ueuer.ute ure gcunc- 10,i .n, "hir vrv trennent v inav
g J , f, fill If I 1 UVailUl nnivi. .m-j . . - - - "J J ml f i' m
Fulton in that State, the rate being man directly." 1 ,,e 15lsl,l a-Z (l . 0 beyoml this, but putting it down uot sowu before June (some tanners
$L500 ir year, besides the State aud at his man's coolness, made an apolo-; J fiR bushels and the price at 1.50 even sow as late as July) there is not
county taxes. The place has a popn- f gy to his guests anu went into me
latiou of 3,000, and there are lour next room, where ne was suit more
saloons paying the above amount, amazed to hnd King Ueorge 111.,
Under the new license law of Mis- who, as usual, was breathless and
souri the charge for license is 550 rapid. "How d'ye do my lord how-
to $1,200, rates which many persons d'ye do? eh eh? Jus, come to tell
believed it would be impossible to you Archbishop ot canterbury s ueati
pay, but Fulton and other towns died this; morning want you to be
both in Missouri and Illinois show to new Archbishop you know, new
the contrary. Under the usual sys- Archbishop. Whatd'yesay eh eh?'
tern Fulton would have twelve to The Bishop stood dumfounded, and
fifteen saloons. Cape Girardeau, the King broke in again, "Well,
A shot tower is an immense brick struc- ; t a
ture loO feet high, resembling a light- :
house more than anything else. Visitors
are conducted up a spiral staircase inside, '
to the top, where a fine view is obtained
for mih'S about, but the visw down the
inside is not so pleasant. The opening
where shot descends becomes narrowed,
until nothing is seen at the bottom but
darkness. At the top of the tower are
furnaces for meting. From these, lead is
poured into pans, set in the tower, with
perforated sheet -iron bottoms. The melt
ed lead comes through these holes and
enlarges on tho other side, forming into
globules before it falls down to the well
beneath holding several feet of water.
The large shot drop the whole height of
the tower to the bottom, but the smaller
. i ii- A - l :
size on iv about nan as inr. vue peculiar
thing is, that the small shot generally ex
pand in falling, the largest sizo contract.
Very great care is necessary in mixing
ing the metals, as it would run through
the holes and drop in Firings if uot of the
proper proportions, and no shot could be
made at ail.
and thev will pay far better than any
of the leading crops of Southside Vir
"They require a cheaper outlay
than most other market crops. Thu
n- KiulinU of lime will be an ample
- mm m t!l "
much pressing work on hand as there
is earlier in the season and the work
can theu be done better and at less
expense. It is useless to attempt to
i 1 ...
raise a trood crop ot louuer on pooi
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CJAIL AND SEE US
which is but little iarger than Ful
ton, has twenty-three. Where the
busiuess is so divided up, some ot the
dealers get but n meager living, and
many of the saloons are disreputable
places. - Four saloons supplies Ful
ton very well, and they are orderly,
well kept establishments. 1 he best
proof of the success of the change is
that the people like it ; those who at
tend the saloons express themselves
satisfied witli the change, while the
people generally are delighted with
t, as the foul groggeries are swept
away and drunkenness and disorder
In AJogotlones, New Mexico, lives
a Pueblo Iudian over 100 years old,
and he earns his own living by work-
.... . M.
ing on a loonr 00 years olt.
well, d'ye accept d'ye accept eh,
eh?" The Bishop had by this time
recovered himself sufficiently to bow
gratefully and murmur his accept
ance. "All right," said his. Majesty;
"go back ; got a party, I know very
glad you accept, (jrood-nignt good
night, good-night. Ana with that
heiiustled away. The fact was that
he anticipated exactly what happen
ed. Mr. Pitt came down to hie
Majesty next morning to inform him
that the Archbishop was dead, and
to recommend to his Majesty Bishop
Pretyman (Tomline) for the vacant
Primacy. I he King, who had rath
er too much of Bishop Pretyman at
Mr. Pitt's liands, resolved to be first
in the field, and was now able to tell
his Prime Minister that the had a I
ready appointed! the Bishop of Nor
wich. ifcMUIans Magazine.
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i. 2 . .. . i rl J rfft -inn
.1.. Caomnf bnwl vvhmh will nnwllice lieavny, ami wi'cu
. .Lri' i rb.ltcra n ml will i further enriched with a good top
cost icaa iiiau n " i - -j. .11.
not need repeating for some years to dressing otweli aecomposeu
1 t i 1 11 1 m ...... k tua irrnwt i win oe neavv aim
come, uooo, iree anu ..en nupiw- uwumt ..
isrht soils will suit them bet ; but fine. The land snonui ne wen p.w-
. 1 c 1 1 .1 n u0 mnmmt e.f th p a 1 mid hatTowett. and the corn una-
iiiev "wni v it vii i ...vww - - i , i.i.
J . ... .. .1 . I i i.Uniops it mv the
tipn nainv ands in all. tne tidewater eu in rows, oumv r-
j , . .1 .,,, ,'t IV'l
mil nm r. p i bow uictMi"! "
IIUIM Y -I
inir the grain to a coating ot tar and
M .U ,.,l uni'ii I'inil. 1
I V irriTXVTII. .ll . IVM vv..
j ts . J ,
i im Nimnu i npns nn ;i u c uai- i --- o . . .1
s..b v - . , ...uoa t Lppii the birds irom WKing
A. GOOD COW and VAt.V
A good Cow, of medium age, and a ?og
. . . . tf
j o - .... 1 .. ,.1l.nu,mr f.nvprniir llie emu
with half the quantity oi i.me, w,., - , - be
generally produce a fair crop. 1 ney J- b r .l;,
yield about thirty bushels to the acre put in the drills it is surer of making
nmn,n,ul hnnt. nne dollar ner a irood growth, especially wheu sown
(111 .1 VW U J ftaSlWU 1 I C7 - -
bo. more sure of late in the season. Common held
etnA rpnuirino- less lime aud com makes good fodder, but we would
less cultivation. recommend using sweet corn 111 pref-
"The peanut industry has given erence, on account of its being more
great thrift and prosperity to some of nutricious, and it is also better liked
O . . . . .1 tit!.. ll ......... I it I mm
the poorest counties in E;istcrn V ir
l.v the stock. When well cured it is
more valuable for feeding purposes
than the best hay obtainable.
i-. j 1 . t ..,1 . ..I
crmin. riirrv u sen 10 ue sutu
poor land and sorry crops, and Sns
sex was very little belter; but since
the introduction of the penult as a The California wheat crop for this year
market crop, these counties are loom- is estimated at 56a50,ut0.
An exchange is of the firm convic- S o
lion that much of the wood-work in kA
our houses is injured by having too
much time anil strength expended
upon it in cleaning; careful house
wives imagining that the scrubbing
brush and soap are necessary to keep
it in the desired state of cleanliness.
It sliould be frequently dustei with
a soft duster ; it anything more is
needed, a cloth wet in warm water,
with a little ammonia or borax dis
solved in it, will answer the purpose
In cleaning white paint, put the soap
into the water, not on the flannel used
to wash it. Avoid usmg soap anu
hot water, if possible, as they tend to
turn white paint yellow, and some- calf, will be sold at a fair price. Cow
tiniP remove the paint itscli. in giving mine. Appijr at this umce
cleaning grained wood, use clear
warm water, and a clean white cloth
Wash only a small place at a time
.nit iimhp ilrv as fast as a spot IS
.HIM " .'. J
washed. A feather brush win re
move the dust better than any thing
it I I
l... If v iriimheil work becomes ue-
t:.nu iMliP eiiual oaris of linseed -oil
and turpentine, put them iu a vial
and shake weil together; then in
small quantities, and with asoftoloth
- i "1 1 s. L
apply to the sjKits. itepeai tin n
color is restored, and then with anoth
er clean, soft cloth, wipe the mixture
off carefully. If hot water or spirits
have becudroped on furniture or
varnished wood, it will turn white
in spots. Take I wo table spoonfuls
f ivppt-nil. one teaMMHiufiil of vine-
i.i- ..rnl .if iui i.cn- diate payment.
gar, am. u y -- . Com.r uJ jwswn j pvel.r
tine, shake wen togetnei ; a Craige & ciemem,
piece ol flannel in ine niiMuie, - Attorneys. f
rub the spots wi ll it. Tided Ma 23, lam.
OTIC i; TO CRKDlTOgA
Ai-i. rersons naving claims against ine
estate of Wilaim Turner, decjd, are hereby
notified to exhibit the same to the under
signed ou or before the 28th day of May,
1884, or this Soticu will be plead iu liar ot
their recovery. J. W. TUHNEU.
This, 28th day uf May, 1883. 4t pd.
Administrator's Notice !
Having Ojiialiticd as administrator of the
estate of Lawson J. Peeler, dee'd, notiee is
hereby given, to all creditors to exliil'it
their claims to me on or hefmc the 3Qth
day of June, 1884, aud all persons indebted
to the estate are requested to make imiue