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HlOW MUCH GRASS SEED TO
SOW PER ACRE.
As the number of pounds in a bush
l of seed varies in different States, I
shall designate the amount to be sow
ed by quarts, instead of pounds, there
being thirty-two quarts in a bushel
in every State. No man can lay down
a rule which will indicate the most
proper quantity to be sowed in tll
places, and on all kinds of soil in dif
ferent conditions. Grass seed of some
kinds may be sowed too thickly, altho'
this is seldom done. Red Clover may
be sowed too thick for producing a
good yield of seed as there will only
be about so many spears of grass flour
ish, even when the seed is sowed in
great abundance. Wheu the seed is
applied so abundantly that there is
not room for a spear to grow from ev
ery kernel, a portion of the young
grass dies, the strongest spears over
powring the feebler ones, and main
taining the pre-eminence over them.
When the country was first settled,
our fathers said four quarts of timothv
seed was enough for one acre. If the
soil is in fine tilth, four quarts is suf
ficient to seed one acre well, if the
seed be sowed evenly. Unless it is
desirable to raise a certain kind of
seed, land should not be stocked down
with only one kind of seed. If the
soil be in good state of fertility, and
seed be sown too thin, some kinds of
grass will tiller, and cover the ground
tolerably well. Seed should always be
sown thicker for pasture than is,
necessary for meadow, whether it is
to be cut for seed or hay. If the soil is
rather lumpy, and not very fertile,.
twice as much seed is necessary per
acre, as will be needful, when the
surface- is. mellow, free from lumps
and covered with a fine vegetable
mold. A farmer must learn to exer
cise sound judgment on this subject,
without specific direction from books.
However I will state the proper quan
tity for general seeding, which may be
varied to suit the quality of the soil,
or for meadows and pastures.
Three quarts of timothy, sixteen of
orchard-grass, and twelve of Kentucky
blue grass, will seed any acre of
When early red clover and orchard
grass are sowed together, four quarts
of the former and sixteen of the latter
will be sufficient, if the soil is not too
poor to produce one and a half tons
of hay per acre.
When it is desirable to sow nothing
but red clover, either early or late,
six to eight quarts per acre will seed
the ground well, if sowed evenly.
When orchard-grass only is sowed,
not less than two lbushels will be found
sufficient for one acre, as the seeds
are large. Better sow three bushels
per acre, than less than two. ,
Kentucky bilue grass seedben
bullig, and- the. plants inclined to
spr.ad rapidly one and a half bushels
per acre will be found sufficient, if the
soil is mellow, and in a good state of.
Hungarian grass being disposed to
grow course when the seed is sowed
thin, and fine'when sowed thick, when
no other seedl is mingled with it, not
less than half a bushel should be
sowed per acre. And, one bushel
will give better satisfaction.
(8. E. T., in Work'ing Farmer.
FLIES ON HOESES.
T he la.ssachusett's Ploughman
makes this suggestion:
Carbolic Acid Soap seems to be a
most valuable remedy for most of the
troubles and annoyances to which
farm stock is subject. We have heard
of so many wonderful cures and bene
fits rendered by it that we are begin
ning to be quite enthusiastic over it.
As a sheep dip, as an exterminator of
vermin. as a plant wash, as an oint
mnent for galls and sores, in fact, as a
remedy for almost every farm trouble,
it has proved successful. A friend of
ours a few days since being obliged to
drive a valuable horse twenty or more
miles, and knowing that flies would
prove troublesome, conceived the idea
that a wash of carbolic soap suds over
the entire body of the horse would
protect it from flies. The wash was
applied, and through the day, al
though myriads of flies swarmed a
rounzd the hiornx, and even riighted on
it. naot one made effort to draw blood.
Now, with a remedy against these
pe.sts so easily available, (a large piece
of soap costing but a few cents, anid
procurable at almost any drug store,)
there is no excuse for neglecting to
provide it. Let a pail full be made
and kept standing in the stable.
W henever a horse is to be taken out,
either for the road, field, or pasture,
dip a sponge into the suds and
moisten the animals coat with it. The
time required would not be a minute,
and the cost not a cent, but the bene
fit rendered to the animal would be
FEEDING Cows.-I do not think,
says a correspondent, I ever kept my
cows and horses so economically as
during the past winter. And the cows
have been fed principally on cut corn
stalks, with a little bran and corn
meal. I drill in my corn; and last
yea'I not, only had a good crop of
'corn, but also a large growth of stalks.
I think this a better plan than rais
ing corn fodder alone. Drill in the
corn in rows 3.ffet apart, and put on
about as much again seed as you
woiuld if planted in hills; and if theI
land is rich enough you are pretty
sure of a- good crop of fodder, and
stand a fair chance of getting a good
crop of corn. This, on my tarm, is
better than to grow corn for fod-'
FREMONr GrNGERBREAD.-One tea
cup of molasses, half teacup of butter
or lard, one egg, a handful of sugar,
one teaspoonful of soda, three-quarters.
cup of boiling water, one teaspoonful
of ginger. Make as soft as spon)ge
BDLEY9 P 1ATENT PA 1.
Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc, Chemically Combinedo
Will la.t three times as long as the best lead and oil mixed in the ordinary way.
Always ready for use. Sold by the gallon.
One Gallon Covers Twenty Square Yards Two Coats.
Tirm PLAINS, FAUQriR Co., VA., Feb. 6th, 1S7:.
Mr. C. P. KNIGHT-SIn: The Paint caie safely to hand as orderel-two kes, five
gallons each, and three buckets, one gallon each. As practice was slack, I did the job
myself. Two weeks, (not constant work,) completed the house two coats. The last coat
I applied thick, and it is now generally conceded that far enamel-like hardness, and body,
and harnony of colors, there is not a handsomer job in the place. I saved sixty-five dol
lars by the operation, which is an item just now with Southern people. It'should be gen
erally adopted in this State. Any country lad can apply it. ,I have never dabbled in
such stock as Testimonials, but I feel so forcibly the great adaptability of your "Enamel
Paint" to the wants of our people, in excellency of material, in beauty of color, and in
the fact of its being "ready mixed", that I give you free permission, (if it is desirable to
you,) to make what use you think proper of this letter.
Very respectfully and truly, S. McGILL, M. D.
BALTIMoRE, December 10th, 1872.
MR. C. P. KNIGHT, EsQ.-DFEAR SIR: It affords me much pleasure to say to you that
the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint far exceeds my expectation in economy and beauty,
and I have'every reason to believe, in durability. Moie than twelve months since, I
painted the roof of my (fIotel Mansion House) with the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint,
and I was so well pleased with it, I determined to paint the outside of the Hotel, and am
most happy to say it gives me perfect satisfaction. In conclusion I will say, if this testi
monial will be of any advantage to you, you are at liberty to use it. -
Yours most respectfully, -ISAAC ALBERTSON,
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. Cor. Fayette and St. Paul Streets, Baltimore..
To Tr, PnLI.-It affords me much pleasure to state thaL in July, 1871, Front
Street Theatre was painted inside and out with "Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint," for
which C. P. Knight, No. 93 West Lombard Street, is agent, and tojestify to its superior
ity over any and all other paints for sinilar uses. In no private dwelling can paint possi
bly be subjected to the very severe test it undergoes at this establishment, wh-,re, during
our daily cleaning, soap and soda are constantly applied to it, and yet it appears as sound
and fresh as when first put on. Of the numerous advantages it possesses over other
paints, I will only mention its being mixed and ready for use in quantities to suit pur
chasers; its quickly drying properties, which saves much time in the execution of work
where paint is needed, and its very perceptible tenacity, which imparts beauty and dura
bility to the objects on which it is used. As suck I most earnestly recommend it to the
merchants and tradesmen of our city, believing it will give them greater satisfaction than
they can possibly anticipate. WM. E. SINN,
Baltimore, April 25, 1872. Front Street Theatre.
CmamnrnszqhURG, December 10th 1872.
Mn. C. P. Kxir-DEAr SiR: The paints we received from you have been applied
to several of our own buildings and to those of our friends, and have given entire satis
faction in covering qualities, in gloss, and in adaptability to all kinds of surface of mate
rial, and we cheerfully recommend it, especially to thatt class of consumers who have to
depend upon unknown parties, or painters, to mix and furnish materials, wherein we have
found the most deception.
Yours, truly, JACOB STOUFFER & SON.
MARYLAND LINL, rAI.viUor. CorsvY, 31., September 24th, 1872.
C. P. KNIn-r, EsQ.- Agent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint, bdtiiore-)An SIR:
The paint which I purchased from you has given entire satisfaction, SO much so that all
my neighbors intend to follow my example, and have their houses painted. It is not on
ly durable and cheap, but it looks better after it is put on than any paint I ever saw. The
painter I have employed is delighted with it. 1Ie says that he cani paint twice as fast,
and at the same time do a better job, with the Enamel paint., tl;ta any other paint he
ever used. I can therefore without hesitation recommend it to the public as one of the
very best articles of paint ever introduced.
Yours, very truly, JAMES HALL.
B:EL AIR, V r An~Ia' March 4th 1 872.
MI. C. P. KinmT----DEAn. Smn: I have been using, since last spring, Bradley's Patent
Enamel Paint, and aii happy to say thait it gives entire satisfactioni wherever I have used
it, and to parties to whom I have furnished it for other painters to use. Mfr. John J.
Street, who lives near Glermont Mills, to whiom I furnished the Bradley Paint last fall, is
much pleased with it, and gives permission to use his namne in re'commnending so good a
paint. S. II. Mlontague, painter, agrees with mec as to the durability of your most excel
lenit paint. I hope parties who have painting to do will hook to their advantage an dapply
Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint, which is the most durable p:titt now in use. It holds its
gloss longei- than any other paint that I have ev-er used.
Yours, truly, E. C. GARRETTSON, house and Sign Painter.
C. P. KNIGHT, Es.2.-D:An Smin: I ha:ve used raidley's P:Ltent F.n:nmel Pain,t on my
dweliing last Spring, and, am nmuchi ple-ased with it, and it looks as well now as when first
painted, anJ consider ir. a good Paint. Yours, truly,
Creswell P. 0., Hartford Co., Md., Feb. nth, 1873. ' A. II. STRASiBAUGHI.
C. P. KNIGHT, Sole Agent,
- No. 93 WV. Lombard Street, Baltimore.
g-SPECIENS AND PRICE LIST FURNISIIED GRATIS. J!
June 1 1, 23m.
Has been 1efore the American public without this Liniment. The money re
OVER THIRTY years. It has never yet funded unless the Liniment is as repre
failed to give perfect satisfaction, and has sented. Bec sure and get the genuine
jutl been styled the panacea-for all ex- MEXICAN MU'STANG LINIMENT. Sold
tenlWounds, Cuts, Burns, Swellings, by all Druggists and Country Stores, at
Sprains, Bruises, &c., &c., for M1-n and 25c., 60c. and $1.00 per Bottle. Notice
Beast. 'No family should be a single day style, size of bottle, &c.
Apr. 2",, 16- ly.eow.
South Carolina Railroad Company, H G N
COL.UMBIA, S. C., Dec. 14, 1872.
ON and after SUNDAY. the 15th. instant. Pas- 1
senger Trains upon this Rtoad will arrive and * -
eave asfollows: -- .
MAIL AN5D PASssNGERt TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at.................... 9.00 a m
Arrive at Charleston at............... . 4.45 p m
[eave Charleston at ......... ....... 9.3,i a m
Arrive at Columbia at.................... 5.0 y m
xtouT EariESs, PRE1Ga AND AccoxxooA
TIoN TuAIN. [sundays excepted.] .
Leave Columubia at.................. 7.30 p -
Arrive at Chiarleston at................0.45 a mi
eare Charlestam at...................... 7 '0 p m
Arrive at Columbia at...-...........- 6.30 a -
Camden Accommodation Train will continue .
to run to Columbiaas formerly-Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Saturdays it
A. L. TY LER. Vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
The Newberry Hotel,
ORDAN P. POOL, Proprietomr ue Boo.g Cmpein
Th is Hotel hits undergone recent repairs, Prl eeal. n.t p~loi
and is now: more comfortable and well ap-se nflaoc.I osaa iht
inted than ever. With a well-kept table, .uhdApaac asdb et aiu
rood rooms, attention to every want, and dEctet.Hasdrm ealBoeg 0
~bliging servants, the traveling public will dPmpe.dselndaka uigty i
id it all they can ask for., ~O5 rvsaa Tn rclsadSn
In addition there is a first.-class bar-room unadbit tebtposaliers
nhere the best of wines, liquors and .segars atsteawcbkah
:au be had, and also a billiard-room at- YUHU LO N EUL
ached. Bl yalDugssadPaySoe.D
Th Livery st-able belonging to the llotel ~t5PrPaoNwokD.
s lo~eItupie,Ar is , Prely geabe,a.it. prain
USER & WILSON
So long the ladies' favorite, aii for more
ban twenty-five years the leading
Of the World!
.an now be had by callin" On
Mrs. D. MOWER.
Dr L. H. REDUS,
Apr. 16, 15-3m. Netwjerry, S. C.
Shuftle Sewing Machine.
This Machine involves Mechanical princi
pies which are new, arid widely different
from those commonly in use, thereby ren
dering-it superior to all others.
SIMPLICITY, STRENGTH, DURABILITY,
BEAUTY AND ECONOMY,
and is adapted to a large range of work,
Sewing through all grades of fabric, from
the finest Cambric to Harness Leather.
The best mr:n that ha,s ever been devised,
which enubles it to sew over Ridges, Seams,
Gathers, and all other obstructions with the
same facility tiat it does plain sewing.
With Tus FFED the goods Cannot full as
with other feeds. It is the SIMPLEST
MACEINE, having no cog gearing or cam
grooves, and is the easiest of all others to
learn to operate-runs lightly and rapidly,
and is the most noiseless of all Shuttle Ma
chines. Has all the Attachments for doing
every kind of work. It is truly a First
Class Machine, arid universally gives satis
faction. Trv it.
Sample Macline at Wright & Coppock's,
where Circulars and Testimonials may be
DRS. HlL & SETZER,
Agents for Newberry, Laurens, Greenville,
Spartanburg and Union counties. ap 9 3m
BUY THE BEST !
The AMERICAN will Last a Lire Time.
It is superior to all others for simplicity
It has been pronounced by the best me
chanics the best finished, and made on the
best plain, of any machine manufactured.
Will sew the finest and coarsest fabrics, no
matter how much starch. Never drops
stitches, runs light arid almost noiseless.
Call and examine for yourself.
Sold on the most reasonable terms and
Inducenients to clubs.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Oct. 23 43-tf.
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE
Was stared in the NEW~ BAKERY of
HR. .JOIIN S. SMITH, on Monday last,
Who heard that the D AHILGREN OVEN
s'as in blast, anid that BREAD, CAKE,
PIES and other things were being turned
)ver the event, so ardently looked far.
rhe proprietor is happy 'to state that he
s now prepared to furnish the citizens of
fewberry, and especially little children's
nothers, with the most toothsome and I
~ffrt will be spared to provide daily for,
he wants of the public, either for their
reakfasts, dinners or suppers. Pie nic
artics, and all other parties furnished on
pplication. He is happy to say that
is bread will be so good that no other
Vith the exception of coffee and tea will
ver be necessary. Send in your orders at
J. S. SMITH,
Next door to L. R. Marshatll's.
A pr. 30, 17-tf.
WILLIAMSTON, S. C. '
HE FALL SESSION OPENS ,TULY 7,1I8731
RATES FOR 20 WEEKs:
Board, $70.00; Regular Tuition, $10.00 W
$25.00; French, $10.00 ; Piano, Guitar,
Organ, $20.00 ; Latin, Greek, and Sing
The celebrated CrX[aLYrAnE SrsoN, 200
irds fronm the College Building, has been
very great benefit to pupils in delicate sp
For a Gatalogue, atddress, t
REV. SAMUEL LANDER, A. M., J<
June 4,22-2wm Preidnt
D ESSED FLOORTNG, CELING, WEATI
D nns io Mouldings made, over 100,000 ft
tiantel-l'ieces. )oor iand Window Frames, mad
s, Bali:.-ica. of Wtalnut or Mahogany, on han
-ork madco-- cheap at this establishmrent as c,
n hand the largest stock of the above,South o
ntee will give entire satisfaction to all who wi
The subscribers are the only practical Mecha
arrving on the business in the city of Charlest,
tat'e, deorgia, North Carolina and Florida, as
wenty years. RU
ZOTICE.-On account of the manner in which
tion of the risk of Breakage of Ghas with or(
he roads in this Stateat HALF IATES, which
Mar. 12, 1873-10-1y.
LOWEST -i, IyCES
L M. H ALL& CO.
~ jwurdurers & Bd&"er.
This Cut entered according to Act of Congres,
n the year1873. by 1. H. HA . & Co.. in the of
Ice of the Librarian of Congris, at Washuington.
June 25. 1873-25-1v.
- ~ *'
Sash and Blinds,
MOUL DINGS, IIR.WKETS,
STAIR FIX.tures, Builders' Fur
nishing Hard ware,Drain P'ipe,Fkoor
Tiles, Wire Guaards. Terra Cotta
Ware, Marble and Slate Mantle
WINDOW GLASS A SP~ECIALTY.
* White Pine Lumber for Sale.
Circulars andt Price l.ists sent
free Ott application, by
P. P. TOALE,
20 Dlayne and 33 Pinctkn.ey st..,
Oct.. 2, '72-ly. Chaarleston, S. C.
GEG. S. HACKER,
)oor, Sasi and Blind Factory,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TillS IS AS LaRGE AND COMPLETE A
~atory as there is in the South.
All work manufactured at the Factory in
is city. The only house owned and man
gd by a 2arolinian in this city.
& SENDI FOR PRICE LIST ..3
Factory and Wareroomas, King Street, op
site Cannon Street, on line of City Rail
ay. ddres, EO. S. HACKER.
P. 0. Box 170). Charleston, S. C.
LOVELACE & WIIFEELEIt, Agents.
Nov. 13, '72-40-1y.
Imlpro ved Hoe.
he LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTON
apital for gardens also.
form an idea of its great adaptability and
nderful merits, come and examine. An
oice ju- t received by
an 81 MAYFS &MARTIN.
Interesting to All.
My termi of oflice havmng expired, I re
etfully notify all persons lho lada lient5,
ds or mnortgages recorded during myv
ru of ollice, to call 0n Messis. & Jones
oes, wiho will deliver the samte.
mo., 4S.tfr TUS. M. LA.1 I
IER BOARDS, &c. Over 100 different pat.
et on hand, for sale at -New York prices,
e to order at short notice. Stair Rail, New
d and made to order. Good and nhatantial
n be made in the United Srtte;. We have
,'the city of Baltimore, all of wh ich we guar
int good and substantial work.
nics, Sash, Blind and Door Mlakers, by Trade,
2n, and can retfer to genilemen all over thiE
to the character of their work for the pasl
SS E LL & CO., Charleston, 9. C.
iwe box up our work, and our own assump
linary handling, our goods are shipped ovei
is a great saving to the purchaser of our work.
WV. P. RUSSELL & CO.
LET it be distinctly understood that the
is in full blast and doing things up all right,
and well propared for a aood run this Fall,
All kinds of'work done in good style, in
eltiding copying of old Pictures, Filling Pins,
A fine lot of
.E BAD,. T-c: 10 Mifrn pa
Come along drriG this Pretty weatier.
Oct. 2, 410-t f.
nh ing tles.
TiE subscriber has on ha d at Peak
Station, near Alston, S. C., on the G. & C
R. R.. TWo H UNDRED THIOUSAND NO
I SHAVED SHINGLES, in packages o:
five hundred each, whieb hre offers veri
low. I e is constaatly receiv'ng simila
t Orders will be promptly attended to
Pricen, 84.50 per thousand. N-o charge foi
loadingl. Terms gash. Addrers,
F. H. DOMINICK,
Feb. 1., L'-mf ATiLTN %. C.
Allgis, wo deiodry, in.
A ine hoalto of
Cara es B ullye,Sadey
HARNESS, AND XTRES
RIerucieraos, on . h &c., Pa
SgAnEraly Siisine, winckages oeuy
hie ursed ein hichtry. ye
FATOrders will suprptl aendedrn o
Pca be. foun t hoseand Noarge ot
of ggivebaac, addind , wh c. i
ALowa sor asc !
toparrheiae alwais dey
Aenerally, i tht. line whie wfor beauty,
elegwueh uality hand :u,erion cano
he murad lin-m thenrey. heesp'
WErBAfI) , aJOINESS P AE .
Fet 23,OK 43-t al upida. .r u
crais beet onear Grnile and Cg soum
ofd oter piroety upontorae, andc wei
or. stoi!:e li popty sToN stewill b e l
tnpsutre i:goo reliablew copaie, f.n
rallce . is desird ii and avance will be mad
uitl:ci . theI t ani rXkiate iur store
hoes are1 lsoii locaed there drae i c'sot
Octl2l bus i.cmuiainhndb
ddesdt the rese.
WA EHOUSE OPE,PeAdNt.
~Erwis Stret Gar reenrie d olm
IsPR'AE TO cOA.Ves CTTOrkN
tle oether proerty poun tordage more make
tv a'.wokfoes upn the spre. Coonsippedalo
fe tie. thner and anthg loese. rartcare
iresIle. A les U.optinso sto. orland,h
usrdiained.elicl Jnlan.i15, if-in.
DR.th l H.s Ban AEs.Or,sor
CHARL DSTON, Psident
Mar. 1, 10-ti.
Cetme harlstn.i eS. P iulr
G T. ALOre D tn & C o., Portlas.
1tationery and Bind ing.
'NEW STATIONERY HOUSE.!
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
s%me building immediately opposite the
Phcenix office, on Main ':rect, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all i/es. qalities and of every description;
Flat Papers If Cap, Deny, Double-Cip, Me
duim, Rfoyl, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
intnutactired in:m Blank Books of any Li.e,
and ruled to ati pattern, and bound in any
style, at :hort notice.
In cndless vriety-all sizes, colors and qinli
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Boolis, Invoice and Letter I
11ooks, ecei- 1ooks. Xote Books.
ARClIITl C I'S and IRAUGITSMEN will
tinda oniplete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
Bristol loards, Post.il Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, )encis, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a grent variety of con
venient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
Also, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
gammon Men and Board,:: Viziting and Wed
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in a
First Class Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
ie will sti!l coTidu t his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MAN 1'ACTORY and PA
PER-RLING ESTABLISHMENT, which
has been in successful operation for over
thirty years in this Stat(, and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. His stock will be kept ip full and
complete, and his prices will b. found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Oppo:ite Phcenix Office.
ASSETS - - $1,100,000.
I1ON. JEFFERSON DAVIS,
GEN. WADE IIAMPTON. Vice
President. and Superintendant of
J. D. KENNED)Y, State Agent.
J. F. GLENN, Agenit Newberry Co.
IAmong its Dirctors arc sonic of the
first business men of the country.
We guaran tee haone.ty of mnagement,
i. e. speedy settlement of losses.
July 10, '72-28-1y.
L IF E
for Security of P'olicy Ilders. . 8155,000
W. B. Jonss-r-.............President
W. S. Hloz:.. ......-.......ice-President
Gzo. S. (Jin......-.........Seretary
J1. W. ikuamn...... .......enral Agent
J. Mi.acia GRuxx, M. b),...Medhical Ex'r
W. J. M.it..........Sp't. of Agencies.
C. F. Meen....................-atary
D)ecembher 19. 1 8-72.
Ata meeting of Policy ll lders, at
Newberry C. 11.. a Boaurd of Advis'orv
Truste-es of the CYTTON sTATES
LIFE INSV1:ANCE1 COMPANY
wa rp ied. and the following oili
Thomas S. MIonuMAN;. - President
WVi. LAN;soo. - Vice-President
0. IL. ScnucMi'En-r, - - Secretary
The Comapaniy is in the finest possi
ble condition-having S175 to 6100
A Div idend- has be en decl ared on
all P~oliic issued prior to .Janu.ary
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942 Pages Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings.
liehie:s inident'. and Accidents beyond the
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parts of the World; Mies and Mode of
Working them; Undercurrents of Suocety;
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and gambling hel!s; life in prison; Storic of
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ea sufficient nttmnber of cases, make it a
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vhich are worse than useless, they palliate
mad sometimes seem to give relief, but in
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iven, but not so soon as when taken in the
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)n rational and scientific principles.
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