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F.ATTENING ANIXALN GRA.D
Every farmer who makes the feed
ing of animals an important part of
his business ought to know that their
unremitting gowth is the only true
an4 successful way of treating them.
This is the course which the most -u
cessful pork-raisers pursue in feedin.
their hogs regularly and fully, through
Winter and Summer, till they are suffi
ciently fat in the Autumn. Many in
telligens persons are aceustomed tu
suppose that poor animals may, in a
short time. be changed into iat ones by
stuffinl' them with rich food. The
more food thev can make them take ia
a day or a week the quicker they sup
pose they will become fat and tit for;
the market. But this is a false opinion,
as experiments clearly show. The
over-feeding is always wasteful; for af
ter the animals gain but little fat.,
and the owners begin to think that
the fattening of thein for market ii an
unprotabler business. An owner my,
withhold the proper quantity of foodl,
from his hogs and cattle, and even
half starve them for months ; and then
may change his mode of treating them,
and glut them with exces.sive food,
andthus hope rapidly to put them in- I
to a fat -condition; but the attempt
will prove abortive, as the growth of
the animals from the earliest period of
their existence, and. teir increasing in
fai and flesh must continue on witl -
out interruption till they are market
able. Carefl observatibns proves that
profits of'raisings and fattening cattle
and hogs are realized only when they
are regularly fed from day to day with
neither too scant nor too heavy fe<d
ing. Some object to this mode of
treating their animals. They wish to
finish the fattening process in two or
three months, and think it is too ex
pensive to't-ntiniue it for two or three
years; This would be the case if their
way of feeding was the correct one
but is not, for heavy feeding is not
requisite to keep up the coutinued
gowing condition of the animals.
We have in mind an observing far
mer living in Central New York who
carefully w5ighed all the animals he
was fattening every week. To a fine
steer he gave daily four quarts of bar
ley meal, and he found the increase in
its weight to be ten pounds per
week. He thes tried the experiment
of giving it eight qNarts per day, and
-he found the weekly increase - of
weight was less than when four quarts
were given. Twelve quarts were now
given daily, and-at the end of the week
there was no gait. of flesh.
These facts teach all persons who
feed domestic animals that there is
such a thing as feeding their stock so
iargely or heavily that the profits will
be less than if the stock were to re
ceive smaller allowances. When a
giortion of the feed passes away with
.ost having been digested it is a .reli
able indication that feed is not eon
sumed as gpitghle as it .should be.
I1ROVIN PEACH TRE.-Take a
scion from any part of a tree bearing
choice fruit, from three to eight feet
in length, whose diameter at the butt
shall not exceed three quarters of ans
inch ; select a tree in the nursery, saw.
the top off 4 inches above the ground:
make ~a wedge of the stock, insert the
same into a split previously made ii.
the scion. and bind them together with~
cotton twine. To prevent the sei:
from getting displaced by the wind Un
til the bark adheres together, make i .
hill of earth around the tree that shali
rise several inches above the split in
the seion, lay blocks of wood around
the hill if n'ecessary; to prevent -the
rain from washing itaaway, until' after
the tree leaves out. "The diameter o..
stock and scion should mlea.mre the
same. I put 01n some grafts this
springifter the'bark began to pee-l.
whiebie'ywin well. I think it
ought to be done before the bark pels
It may do well at the North to cugraft.
the trees before the ground freezes in
the fall season. Ii have taken trees
from the nursery, put on the grafts.
and t.ben transplanted thema, with
equald success. I would reconanend
that treds from. 4 to i in diameter
should be engrafte?d and left to 'grow
- one year in nursery, and then be trans
planted. To those persons who are
not accustomed to tra-nslantingi frunit
trees, I would say, never plant you;r
trees deep in the soil if you would
.have them do well.
CHEA~P VNEGAR.--I take a q1uan
ity of common. Irish potatoes arid
wash them until they are thoroughly
clean, and then place themi ini a large
vessel and boil them until done. I
now drain off carefully the water that
1 cooked thein ini, straining it if ne
* cessary in order to remove every par
tiele of the potato. Then I put this
potato water into a jug or keg, which
I place near the stove, or in some place
where it will be kept warm, and add
one pound of sugar to about Lvo and
on~e-half gallons of water. some hop
yeast, or a small portion of whiskey.
Prepare in this way, and lettingt it
stand three or four weeks, you will
have most excellent vinegar. Indeed,
it is the only vinegar that will pre-j
e.rve cucumbers cut fresh from the
vines without the aid of salt.
When a seed germinates its first
eiTorts are to send a root downwards
into the soil and leaves upward into
the air. Tlhe seed contains within it-1
self the elements of nourishment for
this process. The further extension
of roots depends upon the extent and
healthy actions of the foliage, hience.
any <iestruction of foliage during.
growth will have a correspondingly
weakening action on the roots, and to
that extent impair the vigor of the
plant. So-far then as the weakening
influence will encourage fruitfulness
we may "prune in summer for fruit.":
One of our friends is saving all the
egg-shells he can get to give his hens
n'ext winter to make them lay ; he did
so as winter, and had success.
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
Ihe.PUr"uiam Syrup,a Protect
d Solution of tae Protoxide of
iron, is so combined as to have
'he character of an aliment, as
woUy digested and assi aated
wiah the bleed as the shnplest
Food. It increases the quantity
)f Nature's Own Vitalizing
dgent, Iron in the blood, and
,ures "a thodsand ills," simply
;VT=-ing teSystem. en-=
riched and vitalized blood per..
neates every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
pearching out. morbid secre
,ions, and leaving nothing for
isease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
Lerful success of this remedy in
,uring Dyspepsia, Liver Com
paint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
Dhills and Fevers, Humors,
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys and
3ladder, Female Complaints,
xnd all diseases rinating in
% bad state of the ood, or ac.
mompanied by debility or a low
wtate of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
mergizing efects are not fo
toed by corresponding reac
Kon, but are permanent, infu
dng strength, Vigor, and ne
rife into all parts of the system,
nd buiding up an Iron Con
Thousands have been changed
y the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, sugering crea
aes, to strong, healthy, and
-appy men and women; and
Wadscannt reasonably hes
a-te to give it a trial.
See that-each bottle has PERU.
I IAN SYRUP blown in the las.
kETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
.1 Mton Place, Boston.
SOLD sy DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
Sep. 24, '73-bS-iy.
-ast Wonderful Invention
OF THE ACE.
. Moses' Electro-Galvanic, Pat. June 2d, '68
Attached to these patented Spectacles
re two scientifically constructed Galvanie
Ltterics-unseen when worn-delivering
irough the nerves of.the head.
afttand Continuous Stream of-Electricity,
i-talizing and giving healthy action to the
n;ire beautiful system of those parts. AB
0LUTELY and CERTAINLY CURING
artial Paralysis of the Optic Nerve, Weak
>r Diseased Vision, Neuralgia of the Head
ir raee, Kervous Twitches in thme Mtuscles
if the Face, Noise in the-Head, Loss of
lestaI Energy, and a host of Nervous Dis
wa arising fro&n depresion of the~ nerivous
nergy of the system.
Contributing in a most astonishing de
LMFE, VIGOR %ND IEA LTH,
v thec means of thme soilt an d flo wing stream
fElectricity, giving brightness to the Eye,
uickness to the Ear, andm entergy to the
Tey are set with lenmses of the fiuest
anufature, to suit all sights, anid with
lasses for those no.t needingt spectaicles to
ead witli, but desiring the benefits to be
~rived from wearing the Batteries; and
re to be had in this vicinity only oi
JOHN F. SPECK,
atchaker and Jeweler,
Dealer in Watches, Cloeks, Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware,
NEWBERR~Y, 8. C.
'ine are Gemuine unless each pair stamped
,T. MuSES' ELECTRO-GALVANIC,
Patentedi June. 2d 1868.
A pr. 9. 14-tf.
FI.ose-Fmish ing 6Joots.
LET it be distinctly nderstoodi that the
i: full blast and doing things up all r ight,
d well prepared for a good runi this Fall.
All kinds~ of nork donet in good 'tle, itn
Iding copying~ of old letnres, Filling Pins,
A fine lot of
Come alongz during this pretty weather.
W. II. WISEMAN.
Oct 2, 40-tf.
rHE WALTON HOUSE,
MORGANTON, N. C.
JNO. C. MALLARD,
Fmr- class Livery btable in connection with
e ou-e Au. 27 4-3cm.
Pare While Lead, Linseed il ant
Will l:st tlce ities as l-mn, as the best h
Always ready for use.
One Gallon Covers Twenty S
MR. C. P. Kawr---in The I'aint came*s
gallons etcl, ant di ree bckes, one gallon enc
mnvself. Two weeks, (riot constant work,) conil
I applied thick, aiw1 it is now giteraliy comced,
and harmoiy of colors, there iq not i handsom
lars by lite operatioln, which is an item just nlo%V
erally adopted in this State. Any countrv ]ad
such stock ai Testimoiii.ils, It I feel so forcibl
Paint to the wanlits ot our people, ill excellene;
the lNCt of its being "ready mixed", th:t I give
you,) to make what use von think proper of thi
Very respeetfully and tr
MAil. C. P. KIMrIT, E.-D.R Sitn: It :,frC
the Bradley Patent Enaiel P'Ant far exceeds i
and I lavt! every rt"aOll to believe, in du1rabili
paiuted the root of mly (Ilotel Mansion lHouse)
and I was so well pleasde with it, I determined
most happy to say it gives me perfect satisfaeti
montial will be of any advantage to you, on ari
Yours most respetfiflly,
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. Cor.
To THE PUBLIC.-It affords me iuch
Street Theatre was painted inside and out witi
which C. P. Knight, No. 02 West Lombard Stri
itv over any and all othier paiits for similar use
by tie suljected to the very severe test it undo
our daily cleaning, soap and soda are constantl
and fresh as when tilst put on. Ot the nuiner
paints, I. will oily mientio:n its being mixed and
chasers; its quickly drying properties, which ;
where paint is needed, atid iis very perceptible
bility to the objects on which it is used. As s:
merchants anftd tratdesi;mei of our city, believina
they can possibly anticipate.
Baltimore, April 5, 1872.
Mr. C. P. KmT-F.A Sia: The paints
to several of our own buildipgs and to those of
faction in covering qualities, in glow and ill a
rial, and we cheerfully recommend it, especiall;
depend upon unknown parties, or piittvis, to 1
found the most deception.
MARYLANtD LINF, DALTINIORY
C. P. KNirn.r, Esq.- Ageut for Bradley's I
The paint which I purchased from you has givt
y neighbors intend to follow my example, an
ly durable and cheap, but it looks better after
painter I have employed is delighted with it.
and at the same time do a better job, with the
ever used. I can therefore withollt heCsitatioln
very best articles of paint ever introduced.
MR. C. P. KN!anT-DlEAa Sta: I havei he
Enamel Paint, and am happy to.say that it giv
it, and to parties to wvhotm I have fulrnishied it
Street, who lives near Olermont Mills, to whiom
muIch pleased with it, anid gives permlission) to
paint. S. H. Montague, painter, :rgrees with mi
lent paint. I hope tarties who have painting t
rdley's Pattenlt Enamel Paiiit, which is tile m
losa lnger thni any other p,aintL that I have e
Yours, t ruly, E. C. (
C. P. KNmc,nr, Esiq.-Dl.an Sia: I have us
dwelling last SpinIg, anld am mtuch pleased witl
painted, and.consider it a good Patiut.
Creswell P. 0, IIartford C o., Md., Feb. 6th,
C. P. KNI
No. 93 W. L
g|| SPECIMENS AND PRiCE LIST F
Juine 11, 23--Gm.
Has been before the American public w
OVER THIRTY years. It has never yet fu
faled to give perfect satisfaction, ajid has se
.justly been styled the panaccafor all ex
ternal Wounds, Cuts, Burns, Swvellings, by
Sprains, Bruises, &c., &c., for M-mz and 2n'
Beast' 'No family should be a single d:cyist
A pr. a,16-- ly.cow.
AlT TIIE i
Newberry, S. C.
WeIrt jus't iln receipt of 2:a lIt XES if
TBPA C.C( of varlis gl ades and prices, at~
wholesale or retail.
LUVE:LACE & WHEELER.V
May 28, 21-t.
I Zinc, Chemically Combins.
ad and oil inixA in the ordinlary rIN.
Sold by the gallou.
quare Yards Two Coats.
FAUQl lu. Co., VA., Feb. Gti, 1871.
afelv to hand as ordered-two key, ive
hi. As practice was slack, I did tie ob
leted the h1o;me t wo ceats. The last oat
d that ir -namel-iike hrtidinis, and bdy,
br job in the place. I saved sixty-five .01.
wi hi Soulthern p:-oph. It. shoul be gn
can apply it. I have never ilabibled inl
y the great adaptability of your "Enaiel
of Iaeria6, inl beanj?Y o 'Color, and in
yoti frev lwi.tission. (if it is desirable to
ly,S. McILL, NI. D
B.A.mTo i.:, D)evoieier lih , IS72.
rds tm1e :ilutch -aure 0 5:y to you tat
ay xpeclalonl inl vclloIly and,! beat V,
tv. More th.oi 1twlve mtontlis since I
with tie iladler Pitteit EiaMiel Pa.it,
to itl lie oltsiid of the lotel, aid aml
Dn. In concision I will say, il this teti
, at li!t-rtv to It- it.
Fayette a-d Sr. Paul Streets, Baltimiort
leasure to state that in July, 1871, Font
- "Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint," for
-et, is agent, aid to tcstify to its superor
s. Inl no private dwelling can paint prsi
rgoes at this e:stablishment, where, duang
y -applied to it., anrd yet it appears as solid
ous alvantges it possesses5 over othe
ready for use in gnintitie. to suit puw
t-es mitCh time in the execution of wor:
leriaicitV, which imparts beauty and drt.
ch I most earicly recominiend it to th
it %%ill give theim gi-eater satisfaction thai
: WM. E. SINN,
Front Street Theatre.
Ci.utxrsnrit;, December 10th 1S72.
we received frollm you have been appliel
our friends, and have given entire sati
a pability to all kinds of surface of mat:
- to that class of consumers who have x
nix and fun-ish mIterials, wherein.we ha
JACOB STOUFFER & SON.
CoV-rv, Mn., September 24th, 1S72.
tent Enamnel Paint, B.timnore-D:at Sn:
n entire satisfaction, so much so that dl
I have their hiouses painted. It is not oi
t is put on thian any paint I ever saw. Tie
Ile says that lie can paint twice as faS,
Enamel paint, th-t any other paint le
-ecoiniend it to the public as one of tie
A:t A in, MAnRTLaS, Mareb 4th 1873.
Susing, since last spring, Bradley's Patent
~s emtire smatisftaction wherever I have used
or thler painters to use. Mr. John J.
I furitishied the Bradley Paint last fall, I:
se his natme in recomimending so good &
e as to the durability of your most exce
>do will look to their advamntage and appir
ost durable paint now in use. It holds is
ARRETTSON, House and Sign Painter.
rd Bradley's Patent Enamiel Paint on ny
iit, arid it looks as well now as when firs.
lS73. A. I. STRASBAUGH.
GHT, Sole Agent,
.ombard Street, Baltimore.
URNISRED GBATIS. Ja
thouit this Liniment. The mone~y re
ndedl unless the Liniment is as repre
ted. Be sure and get the genuine
EXICAN MUJSTANG LINIMENT. Sold
all Druggists and Country Stores, at
e. 60c. anti $1.00 per Bottle. Notice
le, tize < f bottle, &c.
A FEW APPLICATIONS MAXETA
'tre Blooming Complexion.
It is Purely Tegetable, and its operatlon is
ee and felt at or.Ae. It does away with the
'nshed Appeatnce caused by Heat Fatigue
ud Excitement. Hecalsanud removesaf Blotches
nd Pimiples. dis'pelling dark and unsightly
pots. Drives away Tan, Freckles and Sun
urn, and by its gentle but powertalinAuence
natles the faded cheek with
rOUTFUL BLOOM ANID BEAUTY.
Sold by an1 Druggists and Fancy Stores. DO..
ot, 53 Park Place, Ne.wYrk
Apr ne3 16-1y.eow.
rhebestORGANS-of the Reed
class IN THE WORLD.
The Best for Churches and Lodges.
The Best for Sunday Schools.
The Best for Parlors and Vestries.
The Best for Academies and Colleges.
The Best for Public Halls.
The Best for Orchestra and Stage.
These instruments, which for sweetuess of
tone and elegance of appointment stand unri
valled, have met with unprecedented success
in this country and abroad.
, P. NEEDIAM & SON,
ESTABLISHED 1N 184.
Nos. 143, 145 , & 147 East 23d St.,
Responsible parties applying for agencies
in sections still unsupplied, will ieceive
prompt aCttenion nd1 libenl-11 inducements.
Partie'; re:.iding at a distance from our a u
thiorized agent*,, may order iom our factory.
Sen. for illuitrad prive list.
Stationery and Binding.
NEW STITIONEY H1OUSE,
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the ncw and hatd
some building immediately opposite the
Phonix office ,on Main street, a complete
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description;
Flat Papers of C-sp, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
manufactured into Blank Books of any si7e,
and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
style, at short notice.
n endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, Receipt Books, Note Books.
ARCillTICTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
find a complete stock of materials for their
use. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushtes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a great variety of con
veient andi useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabhas, with boxes, and a countless
FANCT ARTI CLES.
Also, a most elegant stock of~ Gold Pens
al Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rtubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
nd Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
gammon Men and Boards: Visiting 'ind Wed
ding Cards, and everything usually kept in a
First (lass Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
jie.ill still conduct his BINDERY and
BANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PT,R-EULING ESTABLISHMlENT, which
his beeni int successful operation for- over
tlirty years in this Stale, and to which he
ill continue to devote his own personal at
;ention. Hlis stoek will be kept up full and
complete, and his prices will be found always
resoabile, and he hopes to have a share of
E.R. STOKES, Main Street,
7hy. 1.5, 4ti-tf Optposite Phoenix OffHce.
DECOR ATIVE P AINT ER,
PAPER HANGING anId KALSOMINING.
iaigprovided hiimself wvith all the Ia
e imnprovedi ladders~t- and other tools and
in pentI-tnis of his trade, is now prepared to
p.rformt all work in his line' of husiniess with
catness, diurab'ility anid dispatch.
COUNTR~Y JOBS WILL BE ATTENDED.
Byv tile airrantgemenots which he has conm-t
pk-td he will he able to do the several
branic-hes ofi hiis t :!ef at the L()WEST P'OS
Trt.s t ashi on t-enompletzion of work.
If y-ou want tmn and don't see me, inquire
atL 11. II. Blease's Tlin and Stove Store.
A pr. 1'. lZ--tf'.
L 0. DARGAN,
CHTARLESTON, S. C.
.Tames Adger & Co., 1.ankers, Charles
'on, S. C.
L. ID. Mowry, P're. Union Bank, Chairles
ion. S. G;. Augs 20, ;3 -i
Electro Chemical Baths.
hours assigned them, failing to necet their.
engageetnts without giving notice at least
two hiors before ie :ippoimted lour, wil
be cha"gt-d the samie aS it the Ihth had
been taken. It requires abont two hours
to prepare the Bath, and w~hien onice pre- (
paredl it can be of to use -xcept to the per
so for whom it was inte.ndedl, henee it is
apparent that it should be paid for.
igle BUi ts, Cash...............0
A course coni.ingti of 2o Baths, each 2J.>0
In-af payabtle itn advunce, the balance
at the termination of the course. C
No Ik.tbs will be ei ven on the Sabbath I
except ini cases of nicessity.
d. D). BRLCE, Mf. D.
July ld e2S9-.-i f
0 / //// /"
IEME FLOuRING. CEILING, WEA
terns of Mouldings made, over 100,00
jantel-Iliects. Door aind Window Frames, n
Is, Hallusters of Walnut or Mahogany, on 1
vork made as cheap at this establi6hment a:
In hand the largest stock of the above,Soutl
Itee will give entire saticuou to all who
The siiscribers are the only practical Mel
arrying on the Im.iness in the city of Charl
;aIte. (;eorgia, North Carolina and Florida,
W. P. IR
10 ylCE.-On account of the manner in wl:
Lion of the risk of lreakage of (;lass with
he rolads in this Staten HALF RATES, wh
Mar. 12, 1;73-10-ly.
SL H. H AL L& C0,
CHYA R LESTON, S.C.
This Cut entered accord ing to Act of Con)gre-a
an the year 187". by L. M. If z. S.; Co., in th-e o
ice of the Librarian otf Congre.-s, at WuAihingtoi
June 25. 1'8 2-y
GEO. S. HACKER,
TH S-I S LaG N CMLT
Ailor moafac ted h acoyi
Fcoy adzfWareroms &Kinetvree,o
>o.8,te. Cannonc Street ln .fCt ii
ic oaty . i rss, f nres t iIflt
~GEO. S. HACKER,
P.or Sah. Box170 CharletorS.C
L HAELA E STONELE, S.ents
P c~ Undterinthekingt.
lbinet muace dbertakeor
hasei~ only hanwnd and wl makett e
eds byu ra'Wrdrobs, Sais,t ofa
Ftters aong eross Kn&Srct,o
aiedCno tet on liberal terms.1a
ovy andrets, o srilCss
eresPle. .fx10 hretn .C
OCt 0. M. \I HARRIS
THE SBIEas ononstantlyl ak t ore,B
anet ulasortm of kid ae andproe
are on ifberent pter s eiescfi
f.his own hake, a Cll syof ceaic, repa
a furnis at voeryo rioale Caesit
oinsn des an rdeath roic,a
Pearson suir so hvn.csssetb
TA SHearse iBEwyso hacndantwly o
Tankfueelafortlpazt pone the suti aprv
:riero respectul pattsk, forid cointo
aira i a' themsm,n assuent the ofblcha
o effort on his part will be spari to rende
ie utmost satisfaction.
R. U. CflB A2MAN.
Newlherry S. C., JTuly 31.
he1 LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTON
~ver man ufactured.
Dpital for grardens also.
7o form an idea of its great adaptability an'
onderful mer its, conme and examine. At
oice just received by
ja41 NAYES & MA RTIN.
>5 t0 $20 ck e ofwrin e
le of either sex, young or l. niake more lmeu
v at work for us in their spare moments. or al
etime,9than at anything else. Particuar
l,,ie 15tl1stl,. .
THER 1;0A'.DS, &C. Over 100 diiffirent pat
feet on hand, for sale at New York price;.
ade to order at short ntio:ice. Stair Rail, New
aud and male to order. Good and bubsantuial
can be made in the F'iifed Siates. We haye
of the city of Baltimore, all of whici we guar
want good and substantia work.
hanics, Sash, Blind and D)oor Makers, by Trade,
aston, and can refer to gentlemen all over this
as to the character of their work for the past
USSE LL & CO., (1h-11-on, S. C.
ich we box up our wik, and ,ur own assump
ordinarv handlinz. our gooi- are slipped over
ich is a great saving to the pureliser cf our work.
W. l'.AtdUSSELL & CO.
Pr'oeniond Cartis. C
Dr. J. D. BRUCE,
In r ti , the PR.TICE of his PRO
FESi .\, teriders hjis :ervices to fhe ciii
Zens of t1e Town, and can be found at all
%%P-11 bill its limiits.
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JOHNSTON & HARRINGTON;
AttorneyIs at Law,
(Oliec on Law Range,)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
George Johnstone. Y. J. Harrington.
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THOMPSON & JONES,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
(Graduates of the Pennsylvania College of t
Dental Surgery.) a
Mar. 19, '73-11-tf.
To Women, Both -Warried and
Apply for relief before you become a con
I have been for years past attending stict
ly to the treatment of diseases of women,
both marritd and single, and as the number
of cases continues to increase aknost daily I
Swill pay special attention to those who may
apply to me for help, and may, if I should
get a sufficient number of cases, malie it a
There are nmany women who are taking
medicines recommended for sneh diseases,
which are worse than useless, they palliate
nnd sometimes seem to give relief, but in
fact they poetpone tbe evil until the disease
assumes the chronic form, and then they ap
ply to the Physician for relief, which can be
giv-ed, but not so soon as when taken in the
first or early stege.
I use no quack medicines, I treait diseases
on rational anud scientific principles.
P. B. RUFF.
N. B. I practice for cash only and prompt T
Bretgs A' Fancy .Lrticles.
DR. S. F. FANT, a
Dh1G(GlST AN (HMIST,
NEWBERMY C. il., S. C.
^4Al the most approvedi PATENT MEDI
CINES constantly on hand.
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS and TOILET
ARTICLES, of the choicest character.
MIEDICIN A L LlQ UORz, of purest quali
Prescriptions coimpountded carefuily, at
all hours, day and night.
Mar. 12, '72-lO-tf.
DR. H. BAER,
DR UG GIST,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Invaluable in Teething, and Summer Corn- W
. plaints of Children. Cures W
And other Diseases, incident to the period~
of Den tition.
Unlike the "Soothing Syrups," now so
widely used, this CORDIA L contains
Or other injurious Drug. It is composed of
the very best materials, and should he Tr
found in every Nursery. The best physi- L]
cians recommend it.y
MANUFAC.TURED BY e
Dr. H. BAER, T
CHLARLESTON. S. C 0.
SFor sale by MOTTE & TARRANT,.
Newberry,.S. C. May :3, 18-tf. b
Interesting to All. al
My term of office having expired, I re. I
spectfully notify all persons who had liens,
deeds or moot.:ages recorded during my
term of oflice, to call on Messrs. & Jones
~Jnes, who wiill deliver the same..
., 4S- THOS M. LAE.
FA I UT VoICES.
S6 PER DOZEN,
- 6 PER DOZEN,
d0 CTS. EACH
PRICE, 75 CTS.
' $7.50 PER DOZ.
IF SENT PEI
Address, J. L. PETERS,
fi. lroadway, New York.
Sep. 3, 35-6t.
gagazines, Books, &c.
18 7 3.
Godey's Lady's Book awd a beauWful
bromo, for Three Dollars a.vear.
The Aldite, a Fine Art .lournal, and two
ie Chromaos, for Five Dollars a year.
Send in vonr subscriptions early.
AIsn, Wri'ing Desk!a, -Portfolio;, &c., &c
Nov. 27, 4S-t f.
"The Family Favorite."
Ts now on Exhibition, and ready. for sale,
MRS. D. MOWER,
For Newberry and Laurens Counties.
I have one of the New WcedSewiGg X4
lines in use in my fAmily, aud in addidon
the satisfaction it giv.es my. wife and
tughter, I will add my own opinion as a
-actic il mechanic, that for PiRrEcTrox of
roREMAsHIP in build, case of manipua
Dn, simplicity of construction and readi
!ss 'of adjustmen't, it is NOT EXCVLLID -ly
ly otheraewing miachoe in Ihe umarke,
JESSE. II. LORD,
echanical Editor of "Seientifie American."
Aug. 27, 34-tf.
BUY THE BEST !
Ie A1ERI1CAN will Last a i.ife Time.
Itis imperior to all others for simplicity
It has been pronoumeed by the best me
anics the best finishaed, and unde on the.
et plant, of any mnachie aanfactured.
ill sew the finest and coarsest fabrics, no
tre.r how munch starch. Never drops
tches, runis light and almost noiseless.
Call and examine for youmrself.
Soid on the nmost ~rasonable 'te~rms and
Inducements to clubs.
LO-VELACE & WHEELER.
Oct. 2S 4:3-tf.
L IF E
P'PJNGIPA L OFFICE,
posited with State Comptrollers
for Security of Policy Holders. .$150,000
B. Jon'ss-os.............. President
.S. HOLTr . .... .. Vce-President
:o. S. OaEAa........Secretary
W. BI;awx..... .......General Agent
MERcER GREEs, 31. 1)..Melical Ex'r
. J. MAau............Sup't of Agencies
NEwBERRY C. -Li., S. C.,
Deceuibor 19. 1872.
At a meeting of Policy Holdei-s, at
~wberry C. 11 a Boardl of Advisory
ustees of the COTTON STATES
FE INSURANCE COMPANY
s organized, and the following offi
[omas S: MonnMAN. - President
M. LANGFORD. - Vice-President
L. ScrIUMPERT, . Secretary
The Company is in the finest possi
:condition-having-8$175 to $100
A Dividend has been- declared on
Policies issued prior -to January
M. W. ABNEY,