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A ktter froin Germany gives so,
intereating statements as to the ra(<
of brteding cattle in that countly.
The sygtew,in fact,is what is known ;
the United States as "soiling," and i
success with the Germans will gil
increased 1trength to arguments in i
favor. The writer-an Englishms
The German method ofeutivation di
tet materially from that of the Engiu
in some respects. The triennial shi
of CrOpS is not considered good: b
their system varies very much in di
ferent parts of the country. For ti
most part, however, it is much mol
intensive, with, proportionately to til
extent farmed, far more ground und<
tillage than in Britain. With tl
breeding of cattle, they proceed on a
entirely different principle. Instea
of allowing them to graze on fields at
meadows, they are almost entirely ke]
in byres (cow sheds), and in this mal
Der they are thought to produce pr
portionally far better returns to ti
farmer than otherwise. It is vei
rare to see animals grazing, in fields i
Recently The Landwirth-schafilic)
Zeitung contained an account of sou
experiments made by a gentleman nat
ed Patow, which had extended over
period of twenty-five years, and
which it was agreed that these sho1
ed the objections to the feeding of ea
tie in these stalls to be groundless.
The experimenter states that on an a
crage a gain of 788 thalers is obtaiu
if they are so fed, instead of pastur
on 24 square roods of land. As i
gards the health of the cattle, the i
suit was also found to be in favor
stall-feeding. He had during seve
teen years an average of 120 head
his byres, and the death-fate by st
feeding was only 1.07. Nor was t'
system found to impoverish the so
for the increase of the produce
grain was from i to 2i in twe
ty-one years. Under it also a
larger quantity was obtained of fari
yard manure, upon tihe use
which the German agriculturists I
great weight. Their writers ont
subjeet speak in severe terms oft
English waste of this material, ar
ing. they hold, from the defective c
struetion of their farm.yards, al
their whole system of breeding eatt
etc. Town sewage is also fully uti
zed, nothing that is available being
lowed to go to waste.
THE HEALTH OF FARRtER
A medicalecontemporary says: "F
miers have unequaled natural adv:
tages for health, strength and longe
ty. The statisties of diseases a:
the tables of mortality, however,
against them. This is due not
their vocation, but to their misuses
it. No class, as a whole, is propei
so utterly reckless of health conditio:
So far as onr acquaintance witht
habits of farmers is concerned--a
it has been extensive-it compels I
conclusion, as a rule, that the diete
habits of farmers are worse than ti<
of any other class who have the mue
of choosing for themselves. Fri
dishes.several times a day, with sev<
a! articles at each of the three mea
is one of their common abomination
dried beef, old cheese, and pickles
among the common relishes, wl
lard and saleratus make their ried
dainties; infectious and caustic.
have seen on a farmers table, fri
pork, fried egg, fried potatoes S
fried griddle cakes for breakfast; fr
ham, fried homiiny and fried parsin
for dinner, and fried sausages and fri
doughnuts for supper--all the fryl
done in lard. No elass is so troubi
and humors as farmers ; and the
cessive use of pork, lard, flue flom
rich eaikes and greasy pastry
enough to account for it. Inm diete
habits our farmers are sadly imisi
by the agricultural j o u r n a I s, all
which pander to their prejudices, a
flatter their morbid appetites. byj
commending and commeading sei
breeders and pork-eating while tb
fill the kitchen column with recipes
mxakng rich and palatable puddise
pies, cakes and other complicated di:
es, which no stomach ever carried
side a human body could long tel
ate without death or dyspepsia. I
essential need of our farmers is pir
wholesome food, properly cooked.
This would give them much mn(
available strength for work, relie
them of many of the distresses ande
penases of sickness,and afd iij~fe
to their lives, and render old y
'green' and nenmal instead 0f, dry a
decrepit, as it is in mostceases u4
exis ting habits."
Whitewash applied to walls, ye
ings, fence'. te.. has a highly sank
ryiuine e ar.this time of' year. ~
the country this covering is appi
with good effect to the sides of bat
and farm outhouses. It is cheap, e
ily applied, freshens and improves
appearance of things, and is -salue
in ita infuneen upon the healh.
GENTLE WORDS FOR
If horses were next thing to
deaf, there would be an excuse for
the shoutings and yellings so gen
erally indulged in, but they are
not, and therefore need not be
spoken to so loudly and harshly.
The ear ofa horse is very sensitive,
and save in exceptional cases, it
is possible to control his motions
by a command in a moderate tone
A horse is a teachable animal,
e and is always affected by kind
e treatment. The fact of the mat
ter is that if kind words and gen
tle treatment throughout were
given to theso noble animals iz
te stead ofoaths,ourses and blows,we
should find their docility greatly
increased. Just imagine, if you
will, a gee! or whoa! uttered in a
-one suffieiently loud to be heard
half a mile distant, and this com
inand given to an animal within
t five or ten feet of the party giv
f- in it.
e What is the necessity of it?
re Why not resort to more rational,
te and certainly more pleasing means?
r Why not speak in moderate tones?
e This is all that is required. The
n horse, if not deaf, can hear the
d command, and will obey as readi
d ly as if it were given in thunder
gt in tones. One ofthe best managed
teams ever seen,was controlled by
D the driver without the indulgence
e of this unIlusical yelling. The
Y driver rarely spoke above his or.
dinary tone of voice, and yet his
horses laid into their work with
e as much willingness and apparent
e ly greater earnestness than if they
had been driven to it by fearful
asoutings and blows. The horse
is an intelligent animal. None of
r the brute creation more readily ap.
- preciate kind words and kind treat
- ment. Such facts bhould be con
V- sidered always by those who have
the care of these animals.
Q- - *4w#-_ ____
l- SoWING GRASs SEED IN THE FALL.
e- -The Rural World replies thus to
of the inquiry of a young farmer, Can
grass seed be sown in the fall?"
In If land is put in good condition,
we have no doubt it is a better
e m to so% grass seed in the Iall
than in the spring. Fall is the
of season when nature sows most of
* her seeds and they vegetate free
aly, as we all know. We have
nOkwwn in Sonme instanteS where
orimuothay and herd'sgrassseeed have
9J been sown in the f:dl with the best
e of saccess, atnd have niever* beard
e of failure. We piresume elover
15 seed is as well or better adapted
D- to fail seeding thuan the grasses, as
Sit is encased ina a very hard cover
Iingr. We have known elover seed
-to keep in the gro'und ten years.
U A crop of eluLver, when ripe, wats
turned under deeply in the fall,
and the field was sown with wheat
S. and seeded to Timothy. Ten years
after deep plowing was given to
o- the field-the clover seed were
n brought to the surface, and thz
i ground was covered with youn'g
id plants. ~This onygshows how wise
re the God of nature has provided for
to the preservation of seed.
AU-rU.N PL.owiNG.-An exchange
is. says: "In all heavy clay soils and
e heavy elay loams, autumn plowing is
rid of great advantage. The Winter frost
he isa mechanical pulverizer and disinte
ie grator of such soils, if we will but put
sethem in proper condition to be aet
s led upon. Potash is one of the elements
adof such soils, and with them one of the
er- Ichief values for small grain. The
Is. innral is found under two'conditions,
6; one fixed and the other free. The pot
ire ash is slowly dissolved in water-it
le thus unites with sand to form the
er coting of th1e straw. Ini the other
Te condition mentioned it is fixed, and in
d that is insoluded in water, and like
id humus, is unfit for food of plants.
d To prepare the fixed potash in soil
ps that is to disintegate it-we must ex
ed pose it to air, mioisture and heat;
ighence we must pulverize the soil by
d the Winter frost, to admit of these
rsi conditions. Autum plowing is sup.
x-posed to kill many insects; that it
r, does this to somne extent, is doubtless
Lre true but, we apprehend less than it
ic has credit far. It can be done at a
d time when the teams are strong, the
of weather cool, and so much of the
d Spring work is out of the way; while
re- for Spring wheat and barley it is al
e most indispensable.
r AsllES.-Ill farmers will find it to
their interest to ha.ie the oak, hickory,
h.and gum, that is doi n in the forest,
n.turned into ashes. This is a fine sea
r-son of the year to burn all dead wood,
e especially where the forest has been
mn cut down. You can burn much more
_ and save at the same time more ashes
re *,han in the winter and spring. Ev.
e ery three hundred bushels of ashes,
.well saved and kept dry until the next
Semp,is the equivalant of any ton of
ePeruvian guano. Ashes cannot be
~misapplied on well drained land as
r you may sow them in the drill or
broadcast or compost them. On many
farms there 's a sufficient quantity of
timber that is rotting to make a large
quantity of this plant-food. Ashesi
)are good for all crops. Nothing have
we tried yet that is better.
Is To Boxi, RJcE.-Take four times1
as much water by measure as rice; let.
eit boil very fast, then put it on the
back part of the stove and let it dry
o Don't forget to put slt in it.
JON R. LEIrELLt,
MARBLE WORKS, F
Corner MeKibben and Boyce Streets,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
U N XU MIEN1,, 9i
MARBLE and GRANITE
TOrVE B S ,
Bureau and Table Iops,
MADE TO ORDER,
Of the best Foreign and Domestic Marble.
All work finished in the best manner, and
at a LOW PRICE.
All kinds of Granite work made to order.
I have on hand and for sale cheap, an
iron railing complete, suitable for enclosing
a cemetery lot. Will be sold at a bargain.
Oct. 15, 41-tf.
L. M. SPEERS,
CALDWELL ST., - NEWBERRY, S. C.
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
SrYLE and FINISH OF WORK GUARAN- C
TEED to EQUAL ANY in the STA rE.
CAST AND WROUCHT
FOR ENCLOSING CEME FRY LO 'S,
Faimished at Manufacturer's Prices.
400 to 500 approved Patterns to select from.
Sept. 17, 37-3m.
BUY THE BEST!I
The AM1ERICAN iwmi Last a Life Time.
It is superior to all others for simplicity
It has been pronounced by the b.est me
chanics the best finished, and' maade' on thet
best plan, of any mael.inae manufactured.
WVill sew the finest and co-arsest fabrics, no
matter how much starch. Never drops
stitches, runs light and almost noi-seless.
Call and examine for yourself.
Sold on the most reasonable terms and
Luiducemen's to clubs.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
WHEELER & WILSON
DEIW'ES ALh ?OMPIh?ITION !
AS A' PROOF
-u t ady '.he has od~i4vo ilingly part
And every lady wio I 'nt, anxiously
de,ire's to have one.
The W. & W. runs easily anid with but
-And pnhysicianis recommaieid themn for ha
dies in preferenlce to all others.
This Machinme took thre premium at the
Bay one aind you will not regret it.
L. H. REDUS,
Agent for Newberry, who can be found
at Mrs. D. Mower's Store.
He can furnish to those who prefer them,
llowec's, Singer's, Donmestic and many
other mrachines, at reduced rates.
Local Agency at tlie Store of Mrs, D,.
L. H. REDUS and WV. C. SLcK, travelling
Ocet. 8, 40-tf'.
"The Family Favorite."
Is now on E:trhition, and ready for sale,
IMRS. D. MOWER,
For Newberry and Laiurens~ Counrti.
I have one of thre Newr Weed Sewing Ma
chines in use in my family, and in addition
to th.e rati.'faction it gives my wife and
d.4ughrter, I will add my o wn opinion a a
practical mnechianrie, that for Poan:c-rzos af
IWonsor.tsn In bulk), case of masnipulu
tion, simplicity of construction and readi
nress of adjuastmnenrt, it is xor EXCEr.r.xn -by
any other sewing 'nachrine in thre market..
JESSE II. LOIlD,
Mechainical Editor of "Scientifie American."
Aug 7, 34--tf.
State of Soutth Ga oli.a--Gonnty of New-s
b,rrt*--jru the' Probnaten Court.
Ex. pa&rt,-, Thos. B. Morris, Admln'r, of Geo.
Morris, dee'd.-Petition to sell Personal
Property of dec'd.
in the above stated case by the Hon. J. C.
Leahy, Judge of Probate for Newberry
County, I will sell at the residence of the
late Geo. Morris, on Friday, November the I
FMth, 1873, the following personal property I
(,f r[he decar.ed, to-nit: T.ro (2) Mules,
Three (3) Head of Cat:.le, Seven (1) Uogs,o
Household and Kitchen Furnre, Farming
Implements, Five (5) Bales of Gotton, wor e
o:' less, Corn, Fodder, a Lot of Cotton t
Seed, Wheat, &c. Terms Cash.
3. J. OARRINGOTON, S. N. C.
Oct. 29, 43-St. -
A desirable STORE ROOM on Main Street,
heta'een Marsh dII's & Phiifer's. s
Aply oue o MRS. D. MOW ER. J
Sep. 10, 36-:f.
Stoves, Tin Ware, Xc.
Ihyes 1 Stove8s IIIO 8 ?lvstH
A very :irge lot of
arlor, b*X ::nd float Stores,
ow in .,ore a:l to arrive, i.d must be
)LD LOW on i,count of the tight tims.
TI N-WA R.E,
i variety and of the best quality.
For sale low by
W. T. WRIGHT,
etween Dr. Pratt's and A. A. Nathan's,
ai Street. Oct. 8, 4;-tf.
(At his Old Stand,)
Is now prepared to supply the wholesale
ade and the citizeus of this and surround
g Countie., with the most approved kinds
Toget.er wi:h al- varieties of
Fancy Coffee Biggius,
leapots, Cake and
Money Boxes, and
ISEFIRNISHING 0 ,
Neatly and expeditiously done,
100FING and GUTTERING
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Alpr. D, 14-dlf
C. C. JAECER,
VTTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
iice on Caldwell Street, nearly opposite the
Practices in tire Courts of the State and
iited States. Oct. 15, 41--m.
Dr. J. D. BRUCE,
In resuming the PRACTICE of his PRW
'ESSiOs, tenders hi;s -ervices to the citi
ens of the Town, an1d can be found at a:
mes within its limits.
Apr. 23, ''i-lI-tf.
JOHNSTONE & HARRINGTON,
Ittorneys at Law,
(Office on Law Range,)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
eorge Johnstone. Y. 1. Harrington.
A pr. 2, ''3-1--1y.
THOMPSON & JONES,
1EEBERRtY C. H., S. C.
(radu.rtes of the Pennsylvania College o:
Mar. 19, '73-Il-if.
ro Womzen, Bothi Mar-ried andl
App~ for relief before you becuoe a con
I h a been for years past attending strict
y to the treatment of diseases of women
>oth married and single, and as the numbei
f eases entinues to increase abnno,t daily]
vifl pay speci:d attention to those whbo may
pply to me for help, and may, if I shoihl
~et a buffleient number of cases, make it
Thsere are many women who are taking
ndicines recommended for such diseases
rhch are worse than usele.,s, they palliate
nd sometinmes seem to gtive relief, but it
'et they postpone the evil unstil the diseas
issnmnes thre chronic form, and then they ap
uly to the Physician for relief, which can bx
rivcn, but not so soon as whren taken in thb
irst or early stage.
I see no quack medicines, I treat diseasec
>n ration..! and scientific principles.
.P. B. RUFF.
N. B. I practice for cash only and promp
y ments. Mar. 12, 10-i.
FOR ALL THINGS ARE NOW READi
lEaving just reciuned fromn the Northerr
i:ie.e, sand the? Nartiotid l'hotographsie As
oeiationi at Unsfisso5 I feel better preparet
o do good work tihan ever bsefore, by ti
deantages of the latest imtprovseent, ant
he prettiest styles.
My stock i. hi lager than cvert, antd armion;
hIschi atre, a fine lot of
Plure Paper Weights, &c,
I amn prepared to take
opylutg and Enlarging Old Pictures
Taking Residences, &c.
Call wihile the pretty weather lasts ; re
nenber that delays are dangerous, and d<
Or, pitt it off,
A proof fs always furishe d for hwtpeetir
efore the picture~ 1 prinSted.
The surest way is to comeC at oncee airs
et pictures at the Newberry Gaflery of the
ver re.rdy Phsotogropher,
Oct. 8, 40-tf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
sitors' to the~ city are respectfutlly in
ted to visit my rocms, where can be seer
pecimens of pietitres in all styles of the Art
Satisfatiion gusararnteed anid pi ces cheap
A, M, RISER,
Oet,. 1, 80-tf, - IPlain Street.
The Creditors of the Estate of David B
jester, deceased, will present their de
rands, properly attested, to Messrs. Bate
Johnstone, Attorneys, Newberry, S. C.
n or before the 1st day of Jantlary, 1874
And all who are indebted to tho said Es
te, are required to make paymrent at one<
a JOHN G. PIE.STER, ~Eeuos
JAMES H. AULL, Eeuos
Oct. 15, 41-6t.
Interesting to All.
My term of oflice havmtg ex pirjd, I re
pectully notify all persons who had liens,
eds or mortgages recorded during my
armt of office, to call otn Messrs. & Jones
ones, who will deliver the same.
Real! ead!! Read
GIEAT DSCOY'i hY
D ENA MEL; I j
Pure White ead, Linseed Oil and Zine, Chemically Combied.
Will la3t three tmes as long as the best lead and oil mixed in the ordinary w::v.
Always ieady for use. Sold by the gallon.
One Gilon Covers Twenty Square Yards Two CoaLs. D
:0: els, I
TnE PLAI.A, FaCtUcRE Co., VA., Feb. th, 187:1. oi h;
Mn. C. P. K:WIT-Sta: The Paint came s.fely to hand as ordered-two ke.:s, five aite<
gallons each, and bree buckets, one gallon each. As practice was shack, I did the Jolb Thj
mllyselt. Two weas, (not constaut, work,) completed the huC two coats. The l.,st coat e.1rr
I applied thick, tad it is now generally conceded that f-r enamel-like hardiiess, and body, stil
and harmony of olors, there is not a handsomer job in the place. I saved sixty-hve d-e
lars by the operaton, which is an item just now with Southern people. It should be gcn
erally adopted in his State. Any country lad can apply it. I have never d:klabIebl ill -0'
Puch,stock as Tes.monials, but I feel so forcibly the giat. adaptability of your "Etnal
Paint 4 to the wans of our people, in excellency of material, in beauty of color, and in thle
the fact of its b-ig "ready mixed", that I give you tree pertoission. (if it is debirable to 3l
i you,) to nake wht use N ou think proper of this letter.
Very respectfully and truly, S. McGILL, M. D.
BALTMimu, December 1oth, 1872.
NIR. C. P K:Grr. EsQ.-DIar. SiR: It atrords lte natelh ,asre to s:ay to you that
the Bradley Patut Enamel Paint far exceed, ny expe-ctatimn inl ecowjmy and beauty,
and I have evervrtavon to believe, in durability. More than tvwlve montihs sitce, I
painted the roof n.v (Hotel Maion llotse) %%ith the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint,
and I was so welipleased with it, I determinled m1) 1-:ai1t the 01t111ile of lthe Hotel, anL :1am1
m11ost l:appy to sa- it gives me perHet satisf.ietion. In cmiclusion I wi!l say, it this testi
monial will be oany advantage to you, you atre at liberty t i-w it.
Yours most respectfully, I.AAC ALBEIRTSON,
Manion House Hotel, N. W. Cor. Favette and St. Paul Streets, Baltimore.
To TE P13.t.-It aflord,A me much pleasure to state that in July, I 71, Front
Street Theatre %us painted inside and Out with "Br.idllrv's Pateit Entamnel Paint," for
wlich C. P. Ki;lat, No. 93 West Lombard Street, is agent, :tad :o te-tify to it, .-uperior
itv over any andatll other paitits for similar uses. In no private d cwai.e eI paint posS
biy be subjectaedio the very severe test it utnerges at tiis Cstalishmetit, where, during
our daily cleaniig, soap and soda are con.talttly :aplieild to it, a:d yet it appears as sound
anl fr.-.Ah as when first put on. Of the umerons advantagea it po.sessez. over other
paints, I will o1l- menition its being mixed and real for use itn quatitiic.; to Suit pttr.
chasers; its qui.:ly drying properties, which saves much time inl the excution of work
where paiit is neded, and its vity paicptibe tiacity, wi imparts beauty and dira
hility to the objets on which it, is n-a. As suh m m.>st eartestly recommend it to the
mtt1,1erhants anl tadesnen of our city, believing it will give them greater s.atisfaction than
they can possibil alkticipate. W 1. E. SINN,
Baltimore, ipril 25, 1872. Frott Street Theatre.
Ct..musunaaz , December 10th 1872.
Ma. C. P. Istn-Hr-DEArn Sin: The'- paitts we re-eivc.1 from % on have bee-n applied
to sevetal of oir o% at builditgs ald to those of t: h ie-nds, 2ad have give:t entire satis
faction in cover1g quaities, in glo-w, ald inl atIaptability to all kinds of surface of mate
rial, and we chterfuill recommend it, especlaily to that class of consutmers who have to
depen-d upon mnki.own p:arties, or paitters, to mix atnd ftirish ma.tciials, wit-reii we have
found the to.stdeceptiou.
Yours, trtuly, JACO1 STOUFFER & SON.
!anyt..a .I%E, B.I.T1o1t: GOI-TY, Mn., Septetmber 2 Ith, 1872.
C. P. K\ WtIT, E"SQ - Agent for Bradlley's 'ateit Enamel l'atint, B dtinire-N:.at Si:
The paint whell I ptirchased front you las given enire satisfactioi, so mtch so that all
aty neighbors littenid to follow my exai,tle, ail- h.ve their houses paitited. It is not on
Iv .lurable and :hjeap, but it lotiik bt ter aier i: is put ma thua any paint I ever saw. The
p:atitter I have -rnpli-yed is de:ig:hted uith it. lie says thaut lie can iitA twice as fast,
and at the sait ti iado a better j.1, withIt tlte Ena:el paiit, th a any other paint lie in
ever used. I c.n thertfore without hesitation recommend it to th- pubt1lic as one of the flee
veTy best articles of paint, ever introduicel.
Yuurs, very truly, JAIES IfALL.
BEL Air, N.A4n.AND, March 4(h 187...
MR. C. P.KNinT-1E.A Sn: I laave been tiging, since last spring, Bradley's Patent
Enamel Paint,and tamlt happy to sLy that it v-ives etmire satistactiun wherever I have used D(
it, andl to p;aruas to whomt, I haave futraisl.edl it fur other painters to utse. Mr. JTohn .
Street, waho li,es a.e.ar (Glornt Mills, to whtom I furnishmed thec Bradley P.aiitt last fall, is
muchel leaseda w ithI it, an.ad gives pe'rmaissiun to use htis ntame itn raecomninlg so good a
paint S. hi. Motntagaie, paitater, agree-s with mae as to the daurabaility of your most excel
la-tt paitnt. Ih.iape parties who, haava paithti.g to do will hlook to thteir :advantatge anid aapply
Br.,dlev's P'anmt Etamiael Paiti, which is the most dulrablle paainat now in, ute. It holds its
gloss lotnger thant atny oilier paainat thtat I havie ever u-ed.
Yours, truly, . E. C. G.\ BRETTSON, Hfouse atnd Sign Painter.
C. P.-stOarr, Esa. - DanAr Sita: I htave used Blradle'v's P'atetnt Enmanel Painit Ott tmy
del.e l:ar-. S1,'inug, aud tatm muacha l.leased awith it, tand, it locaks as well tnow as warit frist
pai teal, a It uidta. er it L a al od 'ait. TTiirs, truaTy,- ---
Creswell P. 0., Ilaitford Co., Md., Feb. 6thi, 1873. A. IL. STRASBAUGH.
C. P. KNIGHT, Sole Agent,
No. 93 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore.
Wg SP'E(IMENS AND PRICE LIST FUJRNISHIED GRATIS. El Fa
! June 11, 2:-Gma. th5
tiel esr to this stand-VEL, ssstnt
Asrfrvtd tby pratiealdumesrodlif or
TIE ioiaTs reeied byR cothee a luoah neitattt :nb
ede ymbypo ie t indttts colaatay eme
relitiable preparoatione Seveiriin
Parldnucedatforur the-frelrief anded
cureh cfal ben curednp atris,ct b batida mdrt
rm irofeedtoti uli.
paoed by the expelIrence ug .P PF ricpl
tfesrortyls eers. byW hen ..___
redgred bo miny seaon e- j o
toe l th most Vof
cases of Co ugs Borouhitis, JU VLLR~
Score Toat insao or se- ~H I:
nesin he toefst an sedye,ND CT
Livrou Copin, Coleedi
at the Lnngs, &e. Wistar's
B3alsamn does not dry up a Esalhe 14Yais
ICough, and leave the cause Aa ai arase oebiia~ tea'
behind, as is the case with galtt ht etole ip ;uaa.tl4
most preparations, bt j# T ~w b eki m
Ioosons and cleanses the ly en
lungs, and allays irritation, W urne opouestailso on
thus removing the cause ofor-eua eatrle.
the complaint, in,Aktss issip n lbm
PREPARED BT unslel
SETH W, FOWLE & SONS, Boston, Mass.. ei o iet-r fti RA UI
.And sold by Druggists andDealergenerally. NESSUOLtoS
Oct. 1, 39-ly.TO.A.RE,Pe,
-Electro Chemical Baths, th- ',': lyI
Persona engaging Baths, and having had-_______
Ihoura asgneod tm fatila~ to maat tlhair CsakSiM .?ealzt
engagements witoui giving-dotice a' least_________________
two hours before the appointed hour, will
be charged the same as if the Bath had
been taken. It requires abotut two hours
to prepare the Bath, and when once pre
-pared itcan be of no use except to the per- F A.C? Q R
son for whomn It was Iteg4ed, hspg ip is - - -la
ppaet tha it e1hon bp paid for. M
A course consisting of 20 Baths, each 2.50 RT ltI
One-half payable In advance, the balance
at the termination of the course.
No Baths will be given on the Sabbath AD E 'S W A F
except in cases of necessity.
J. D. BRUCE, M. D). CH R ES O , .C. f
July 16, 28--tf.__________
tb~-~'.lff' Par D*yt 4uWab"$e!
pe'feller sex, young or old, miake more mont- Ja sAdr Co,Tnkr,iahe.n
ev at work for isI their saemomenta, or alltots.th
the time, thtan at anytin else. Particulars -
free. Address G. SUne & Co., Portland, L .Mwy ra tinTak lals
Maie. an-15 2-y on P. PF C. M. :ug : ' :1Prini.
C POP SP
ESDFLO(IN\G, CEILING, WEATE
ternis of Mouldings made, over 100,000 fe
elPee.Docir and Indow Frames, madi
talwusters of WValnut or Mahonlany, on hanw
ma1de as chleap at this e.stablibhmenit as ca
111( The hr.etstock of thle above,south of
wil1l give entire sati6f;..-cin to -ill who wa
e sub:-eriber.; are the only practical Mlechja;
-inig 0: Thle buie in thle city rf Charlest<
-,Georgizi, 'North Carolina annd Florida, as
ly yars.W. P. R U
'ItT.--On acuount of the munner in which
11 (f :he ri,k of* Dreikk:ge (.f Glass with ord
0.3 i.;' thi .na H ALF R:ATES, which
LOW EST PRI C ES.
L H, HA L L& CO.
,,4,6, 8,10,3[arAet 8treet.
CH AR LESTON, . 0. .
his Cut entereal:.ccording to a.t of Congres.
lie ear 1.-73. by !. 4. HiA . & C -.. in tLe of
of he Iibrarihm of te Wasciing-ton.
fr, Sash and Blind Faciory,
s ity Te onk fly house owd c(;and man-t rt
diby! at rlinia tm:in thiLF city. ,wic
W SND Ol.\PIC4LIT
.'.ACE WrWH EELlt,eAgnts
ost46 W ,odzerfu Inetio
oe lcr-a.~Lva TNi, . e2,6
Athed uto tese patedngted SptofCares.
ie ywo sinti.cly constrA L uted talvani
'og the lrntrves of Cte,:t head butn
~o,Ssof andC ndu Strea ofaElctry,
rysthliinga givitt hlmSth. cint h
IIkrtutiul syste of the Factor. inH
LUTy E l 1o o" and CERAINY tCRIN
ribal Parlsis o the tic Nere,y ea
Face,oyn Nervowtchs ing te Mope
the Ce,no Noise otine oIad Cits ofll
es arssrmdpesono,h evu
ev , t .0-v
t nWnd fterftan lo ivn tream
ickness Eato-the Ear, at. eneg to '6e
~tasse fo tos tit peedint.d Spectacles t
tdcwith,-ut destirn wthe worn-eiserong
orive resriog the headtres n
oftob and ninuthis Streamt on lecticty
Lthmaker CaAn~ JeweIer
F.xelerou TWitches in .e:, Jtteb-y,
n ae, eNie ne Iea, pair otfne
Peari ntero depJun od, thenero.
A r. 't, 1-tht f.seu
Hat-s o and r-and crmak to ee
:ads, Bueas,t wardrobs,sc Sae, Sfns
:ittues, otngsui & lc. ii i,atdwt
Elabint orks o atllkiJs %tmeand te
iron jt itt e irtms. l-tdts to b
!!so :ri a fil srttwe uppIlty of Metie, a
.ath,ny and Roeod Jra nes. er
l)eaie in0 r \ Nlls Ahb RTi HARrIS.
his own make, allothch he i repae
funihatvmey reasnbe rate1s, wit
AHarealys on han;d and will mb ree
nis,heaus th ur of c10 Sper day.
ctansu or ast parnaeehesb
thsame,t and o alures mde ubni tha
efrort on isu tertmi es. ae orne
hhi u tot s:na Usfation.ethi,
-c90t 1R B. CAMAN.
SSH AY Ngf:.o
ER BOARDS, &c. Over 100 different put
et on hand, t*or sale at New York prices.
to order at sLort no:Tvi. '::ur Rail, New
I and made to ordler. God un.1 uhstautial '
n be made in ihe Uni:ed States. We have y
the city of B.Atimore, all of which we guar- u
ntgood and sub.tantial work.
nic., Snsh, U;iiid :o.- 1).,o: Maker-, by Trade,
m, and can rei.-r to gelcmen ali ov..- this
to the character of their work for thc past
SSELL & CO., charles;oni, S.C.
we box up our work, and our own assump
inary 1:tlin, oar goods are shipped over
is a greut saviniig to the purchaser of our work. s
W. P. RUSSELL & CO. S
-- - ------ -- - I
Drugsz A Faury JrticFes.
DR. S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
AH! th. mo-t approved PATE ST MEDI
CINES -onst'i:t!.v on hanl.
PERFl!El., SOAP.;S and TOILET
AR,TICLE, of the hoicetst character.
N1E DICIN I L 1qg.S, of imres! quali.
Pr escript :ons eanmpe.nmdede e.: efully, at
all hour, Lv am! night.
DR. H. BAER,
D R 'UG G I ST,
NU. 131 MEl EET i NG c-T1Lm.h1T,
CHAR I1E TON, S. C.
'THE ""~Ll"I 0'JN G ITE"
ThebestORGANS of the Reed
class IN THE WORLD.
The Best for Churches and Lodges.
The Best for Sunday Schools.
The Bett for Parlors and Vestries.
The Best for Aca.demies and Colleges.
The Best for Public Halls.
The Bast for Orchestra and Stage.
These in.struments, which for sweetness of
tone aad elegance of a.ppointm.ent stand unri
valled, have met with uprecedented saccesg
in this coitry an~d abroad.
3I.lAUF.TI R D BY
E, P. NEEDI & 80N,1
ESTAB U~LIllED IN 1846i.
Nos 113, 145, & 117 EaSt 23d St.,
Responsile pa:rties apptlyinlg for agciets
inl sections still nnt:upp::ed, will receive
prompt a:ttenttion ant libemal in.ducemnents.
Parties re.iding at at di.-tance from our an
thorized agents, may order from our factory.
Send for illustrated price list.
A ug. 13, 32--Gm.
A LARGE FAMILY PAPER,
Is Published Weekly at $1.25 a Year.
It has been: ent..r.cd to '12 long columns,
Iand is now the~ cheapest paper of the kind
in the world. Ti.:. DoL.AKs in greenbacks
given to one out (f each fifty new subscri
bere. Sp):eme opies sent free.
Our Book Catalogue sent free.
Send: caish erders to
BroUher Jonathan Publlshing Co.,
48 lkek:na~u St., New Y~or..
Oct. 8, 40-: n.
The LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTON
Cap)ital for gardens also.
-To form an idea of its great adaptability and
wonderful merits, c.>me and examsine. An
invoieja't received byV
.m S 1 MA YES & MA RTIN.
THlE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, LJA1UENS COUNTY.
IN PROBATE COURT.
To Louis M. Franks, Alice M. Franks, Su
san Bramiett, Mary Morgan, devisees of
Nehemiiah Franks, who died leaving ai
You are he: eby required to appear at
the Court of Probate, to be holden at Lau
rens C. HI., for Laurens County, on the 17th
day of November next, to show cause, if
any you can:, why the real Estate and per
sonal p rny of Nehemiah Franks, dec's,
described in the petition of William ri.
Franks, filed in my office, should not be di
vided or sold, allot ting to the said William
11. Franks, one half thereof, and the remain
ing one-half in equal portions to the said
Louis M. atnd Alice M1. Franks.
Given under my hatnd and seal, this 8th
day ot October, A, D. 1878. Jde
C. LARis, Probate Jde
Oct. 22, 42-6L.
The tollowin.g named pieces are recom
ended as being r.miong our latest and best
Jnli:a. 'tis of thee I sing; Song-lays
e. Why dan't you - ome hoipe; Song
avs-.te. leti the Wuves hwr Spirit wan
:s; .: No little one to
-i .;:g---rit-:0e. Give ily Love
, .l :tt iLoaw: -ong-Stewart--30c. 'hink
r mne %I .-ine.- w1aggiep ; Song-Stewart
:e. Z4.: Alon the .ars of Ieaven;
ag- l'rat t-.U0c.
!,i:a. forgo., yo:r MiLher. Sandic; Son; -
:tyS--o-0. 1 songt o see ie tiirol liouw;
ng- a t e :i : - ::e. l.i;: :. Iswet heart.
lIe li.en to ic; Song-- Fienheh-:31. My
very Ti..ig,t wa_s ifrhee; Song-lay s-35c.
14n1 are 7-I leivers. Alto :Sng. frotia
Paufll;w;" Son-i1auke-'Lk. Stay :ot long
w :y. Soprain Son%, from t-'ast:ne ;' Song
Dalks-30C. To ple:se tie Girls. I!aritonje
ong. from "P'aut ne ;" sonig-DankLs-30e~. My
leart !or thee. Soirano S fn. troit "Pau
neC;" $on--Danttks-:;Jc. .ly Quena or0 stars,
wake. Teior Son-Ig,. fronit -I'Ilin-; I Song
Jenny, the Flower of Kildare; song-Stew
rt-we. Whisper. soittly. Mother's dvinig;
On;-StA:vjLr-;e. Inspirer mli 11iearer of
raver; lI Nun-Dink-4c. My Love sleeps
nd'er the' Dases; Song-Pejsevy-0c. Oh!
ow ('ve <1t. Aunt susie; Song-Stewart-30c.
lit in':tkes Inde. no<lilings tfut: Song-Mtav
ood--;c. 'eath I the white and purple
;!os,somns; Sonig-Persley-;c. Norah is
reaning of yon; Song-l*ratt-30c. The
kveetest Bud is ini,ing; soug-Danks-:9c.
Willhe come Home to-night. Mother? Song
i)anks-3he.. Godm Bless our Home; Song
!ewart-Vc. Get up and shut the Door;
onIg-1ays--o>e. 1 lis he ever think of me;
ong-llays-;3c. ome, Holy Spirit; Hymn
wlaa-a. My dear old Mother; Song
tew:art-30c. I' have 1no Hlome ;Son;[g-iiay5
)c. Lost eaml as.t away: Song-ht)y6-35c.
'oorHi'tLle-Tim; jong-A bbey-30c.
oysteis and Wise at. a. u.; Song-Stew
rit-4$e. Over Ili Lillows afar; Soug-Pratt
5e. Saviour. Thou art ever near; Song
>aks--30c. The Toast Brindisi for Ma e
lolces; Song-Tonel-4 c. Pe:rl of America,
:iprice; i:trumental-Kinke-50e. Circling
Vatves; Inst,rnmetal-Kinkel-0C. Belle of
araloga; Wa i tz-Fitzhugh--;'5c. Morning
ephyrs; 3azurka--Kinke.--35c. Fannic's
Autumn Leaves, Reverie; Instrumental
Itkel-5Wc. The Reapers; Instrunntal
inkel---:)e. Merry Girls--Gaiop.-Kinkel.
lk-. Mollie Daring; Instruucutal-Kinkel
3e. Iiapiy Thoughts; Sellottisebe--Kinkel
--5C. Danse Cubaine; Justrumental-Km
el---40c. May-Pole; \fareh----Mueller---:5e.
;ood Humor; U:1rch---.U9ard---35e. Fleur
b-" Champs; \aise--Tonel---5uc.
l'ibliihed and seit, post-pidl, on receipt
>t priec, by
I- L. PETERS,
599 Broadway, New York.
Oct. 15, .il -I..
'Aagazines, Books, &c.
Goiey 's rady's Book and a beautiful
fho:o, for Three Oolars a iear.
Tit Udi,e, .& Fine Art Journal, and two
ime Chrono.,;, for Fire Dollars a year.
Send in your subscription2 early.
Also, Writing Desks, Portfolios, &c., &e
Nov. 27. 48-tf.
Stationery and RBindingv.
NEW STITIONEY lioI8,
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
someI bunilding immediately opposite the
l'i m.dX 01lice, on Main street, a complete
ST ATIONE RY,
Compsris:ng L.euer, Cap and Note Paper, of
n!l! sizes, qu:aiies andI of every description;
Fi.t Pa;i if Cap, lhmny. D)onbie-Cap, Me
sizes, whaich ii i;l b~e -sold inl any quantity, or
mi:tturiae:ured into B lnk Boo)k! of any i,e,
:ril rule.d to any p:attern, and bound! in any
cIyle, at short nIoce.
Inl enldless variety-alh sizes, colors and qual
Of eve.ry variety, Memorandum and Pass
isooks, Pocket Books, Invoie and Letter
liuoks, Recipt Books, Note Books.
A RChtltfECl-S arnd DRAUGHTSMEN wil!
find a comuplete stock of materials for their
use. Drawig Paper, in sheets and rolls,
liristol Boards, Pos tal Paper and Boardx, Oil j
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Drushes, Crayous, Drawing Perns.
Of every description; a1 great variety of eon
venientk anfd useful ardecles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
An,a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
and Pencil Ces, superbly-mounted Rubber
Goods. IN S
Bmack, Blue, Vio!et and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage; Chess and BlaCk
giaon Men and IBoards: Visiting and Wed
ding Cards, and everything usually kept In a
First Class Stationery House,
Wich the subscriber intends this shath be.
He will still conduct his BINDERY ar
BLANK BOOK MA NUFACTrORY and P
PE1llULING ESTlABLISilMENT, wit
has been in successful operation for o~
thirty years in this State, and to which
will erntinlue to devote hisa own p,ersonal
teiltioni. His stoek will he kept up full ai
comiplete, and his prie will be found alwa~.
reasonaible, and he hopes to have a share ~
E. R. STOKES, Main Street, .
Nov. 15, 46--tf Opposite Phoenix Offiek .
.t Ize Cpied. .....$2,000,(a00
(Guarant.ed C.qital...,......... 500,000as
Deoie Ilh State Comptrollers
for Security of Policy lders. .$l50,0~ .
W. B. Jonazssros...............PresidendlIes* qi
W. S. Ilor:r........ . ..... ice-Presidee in
Gh:o. S. OJaa...........Secretar(
J. W. BCPaxx............General Agengusenc.
I.f. \aincta Gaxs, 1. D..Medical Ex'gtens
W .J. MaaruL..........up't of Agencies
c. y. Mec.a...................ActuarOer's
Newberry 0. H., a
Trustees of the COTTON STA1 "
LIFE INSURANCE COMPA)~
was organized, and the following ib&
eers elected : ? Co"p
THoMAS S. MooRMAN. - PreAut$ntia.
WM. LANGFORD, - 'Vice-Prei9lacend
0. L. ScHUMPDER'r, - - Se~ i
Thc Company is mn the finestire, exi
ble condition-having $175 to .
of liabilities. y, a ?
A Dividend has been deciae.
all Policies issued prior to AThe 3t
M. W. ABNE~P