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LOW TO E
HEALTHY UN PENS.
Our corpspoadeits often meution
the f"Vt that their hogs, kept in pens,
Ure not ealthy, seem often to lose their
RPPett ete. Mr. F. F., near Bloom
ingtou,I., askus- '-Whateanbedoue
to keep my hogs healthy confined in
pess. They have- plenty of corn and
water and are kept elean; yet they of
ten have a wii6erable appetite, and do
not gain as they should. They bave
&ometimes appeared feverish, and on
butehering last fall I found livers not
quite healthy. Can you give any
This brings up questions of great im
portaceonpigfeeding. The first mis
take to be eorreeted is the prevalent
impression that the pig can be healthy
on coneentrated food alone. Corn meal,
or corn unground, is in too solid and
compact a form as it reaches the stom
aeh, the gastrie juice cannot properly
circulate through it and perform its di
gestive function. The hog requires a
certain proportion of course food to be*3
given with the grain in order to main
tain it in health.
We experimented with six pigs of
.he same litter, fed three wholly upon
corn meal wet in cold water, and the t
other three were fed upon corn meal :
wet up in double its bulk of green cut C
clover. At ten months old they were
slaughtered, and those fed upon meal
and clover dressed fifty per cent. more '
than three fed upon meal alone. The n
symptoms of those fed upon meal alone 1
were quite similar to those mentioned s
by F. F., while those fed upon meal
and clover were always healthy and ate, a
in addition to the clover, as much corn P
meal as the others. An experiment
in winter with meal alone, and meal
and clover hay cooked, resulted the
same; and from these and various oth
er trials, became satisfied that much of d
the disease among pigs is occasioned
by feeding whollyon concentrated food. a
Of all the agents that can be em
ployed for decomposing and dissolvingt
bones the best and most practicablef
are wood ashes. They are generally
plentiful in country places; they pre-t
vent any unpleasant odor from being)
given off, and above all, causes a rap-a
id and conmplete decomposition. The
bones are converted into fine powder,
which, mixed with the ashes, furnish- E
es an excellent fertilizer, very rich in a
potash and phosphoric acid. The t
method of using them is as follows: P
A trench three or four feet deep and g
of any desired length, is dug in the
carth filled with alternate layers of
ashes and whole bones, each layer s'
about six inches thick. The lowest 0
as well as the top layers arc of ashes, 0
and each layer of ashes is thoroughly
saturated with water. At distances
of three feet, poles are rammed down a
to the bottom of the ditch, and every i0
eight or ten days they arc taken outj a
and enough water poured in the holes t
to saturate the ashes. At the end of
two months the whole heap is thor
oughily stirred up with a fork, so as to I
mix the ashes and softened bones, b
which are then left to ferment again, e
water being added as oft 'a as nec-es
sary. In about three months after,s
the heap being worked over twice or
three times more, the decomposition
of the bones will be so complete that
only a few of the largest remain, and a
these are taken out and put into an- e
other heap. Where wood-ashes arecf
scarce, recourse must be had to horase a
manure. The bones are soaked a fewv b
days in water and then placed in ree- a
tangrular pits with alternate layers of
horse manure, each layer being drench- I
edl with the water ini which the bones
were soaked. The strata of bones arc p
three inches thick, and those of ma- h
nuare a foot thick. The pit is covered
with earth, so as to be tightly ek.eed.
The decomposition of the hones lwill
require, in this ease, about ten monthst
when the mixture is ready for use as
a fertilizer.-Journlal of APPlie
Ra15'1o Pics.-One af the most e
important requirements in raising swine
is to produce a thrifty, docile, breed,
and such as will fat readily, requiring
but little food, and at the same time ti
large in natural size, and early in ma- h
turity. The food of a sow when rear- t
ing a litter of pigs should be varied ; a
dry corn and cool water are not suffi- b
eient. Nothing is better than slopsu
from the house, with sonme milk and Oi
corn mIealI. It is advisdlbelf the sgw. tl
does not hare a range of a field, to1 ti
give charcoal and a little salt and ~sul- r
phur every few days.- Westerns Ru-~ al
Cr-RE FOR SwEEN.-Take spirits,
of turpentine and saturate the skin
freely with it, then lay a tolerably re
thick piece of cloth over the spot, and C
press hard with a heated smoothing.f
iron, sufficiently long to dry up mois-. fe
:ure. I saw the above used, and al- pi
though it was a severe case, it was zn
cured in a remarkably short time.-. I
~ AS'Q~1tketa ()'v. afor. I
PETHOD OF MANAGING MA
Mr. Von Ilorskyfield, owner of the
arge landed estates in Bohemia, ha
inee 1854 introduced a method o
reating the accumulating stable ma
iure which differs from the usual pro
:s, and for which he claims many
tdvatages. viz., economy of time
pace, feeding and bedding a grea
aving of money and of hands and u<
j.cesity for ueh contrivances as cel
ars, tanks, pumps. etc. ; also, a fal
>etter product; no loss occurring fron
-vaporation and rot; and finally a de
-ided improvement in the condition o:
he cattle yards, which never show
Lny trace of manure either solid or li
juid. He says all these favorable r(
olts are obtained in the following
ray : "The manure is not removei
rum the stable until it reaches the
keight of five feet; the straw for bed.
[ing is cut into lengths of about five
aches, and thus more readily absorbs
he liquid portion and facilitates the
Uistribution of the manure in the fur
ows. The entire mass is constantly
ompre-sed by the weight of the ani
malls, and thereby kept moist, whil<
ir and consequent putrifaction are
mcluded. -After about three months
his manure is carried to the field and
wmediately covered in the furrows
rhere it readily decomposes and yields
11 its strength to the soil, fully dou
le its usual value, according to Mr.
on Horskyfield's experience. Be.
res this the air in the stables is nev
F tainted by exhalatious injurious t:
he health of the cattle.
SHRINKING OF GRAIN.-The wri
ar had a quantity carefully measured
nd put up in sacks. It remained in a
ol barn in this way for three months.
Vhen the sacks were first filled, the
iouths could be scarcely tied, they
rere so full. At the eud of three
ionths there was apparently plenty
f room for more For curiosity
)me of it was measured, and it was
>und two quarts per bushel had fallen
way, which is a loss of about seven
er cent. The place where the seed
as kept was very unfavorable te
,aste. There was no heat or wind te
ry it up, and it may be taken as the
ery lowest pereentage of loss. Un
er the othr circumstances, the loss
y saving six months may often reach
3 high as twenty per cent. These
lings should be considered by thos
-ho are inclined to hold on for a
bance of a rise.
Another consideration strikes one
ere. People often complain that
iey get short weight or measure.
io- doubt that this is too often the case;
ut it is likely that in some instances
:e difference is ~a much in shrinking
3 in intention.-Exchange.
PASTURE.--Icow many hogs and
ow many cattle separately, arc gener.
ly allowed for an acre of clover pas.
ire, on good land, keeping stock and
asture well balanced, and both in
uod condition ? T. R. L.
The 3equired extent of ground will
ary greatly with the richness of the
>i, the denseness of the crop, the size
i aimals, closeness of feeding, length
1 theseason of pasturage, and other in.
ucnces. We have known farms where
ve acres were required to pasture
medium-sized cow from the middle
SMay to the beginning of November;
ad again some farms, in fine condi.
on and under the best management,
-here one acre has done the same.
lore usually two acres or even
iore are required. No estimate can
e made for hogs by number, on ac
-ut of their variation in size-au
jivalent weight to that of a cow
2ukt have an equivalent of food, if
othing else is given.
HOT WATER FOR FoUNI>E.-I had
horse which was very badl3 founder
I with grain. lie could not stand
r several days, and was swung with
taekle. I thought this ease was
oplm, mmr:d considered him not worth
dolljar, b-t concluded to do wvhat 1
uld for his relief. In the first place,
physieed him; then I took a tight,
.rng box, got his feet into it, and
aured boiling hot water into it, as
gh as the hair on his fet and in
m or fiftem udanutes he was able toj
and on his fore legs, withett the as
stance of thle tackle. I kept up this
-eatment for thirty.six hours, when
e was able to go about and help hmimm
lf. In a few days I had his shoes
ut ou, and ini less than a fortnight
ore, he was ale to work as well as
FOR HioLXoW JHoRN.--"WVhen the
,w looks dull and liialess, the appe
te tails, the nose is dry and scaiy, thme
ra cool close t. the head, &c., take a
blepoonful of ground blaick pepper,
gill of good vinegar, a teaspooniul of
itter or lard, steep all together, and
hile very warm turn the cow's head
i one side and pour half of this in
e ear; then. after three minutes.
irn the other ear up and pour in the
sidue. Repeat this the second day
ter. I have never known it fail to
re." So writes a correspondent of
e Rural Alabamian.
HosEs OVERHEATED~.-The See
tary of the Society for Prevention of
uelty to Animals, recommends the
llowing preparation for animals suf
ring from being overhoated : To one
t of water put 1 oz. chloride of am
onia ; 1 oz, sweet spirits of mitre ;
drachm tincture of aconite ; 'give a
b1.e.monful every hour or two.
ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER.
The estate of William Elmore, dee'd, to
wit: Two hundred and twelve and three
quarter acres of land], mjore or less.
Terms of Sale.-One-third cash, the re
maining two-thirds on a credit of twelve
months, with interest from day of sale, the
purchaser to give bond and mortgage to
the Judge of Ptobate, foT the payment of
the purchase money and to pay for papers.
Also, All that tract of land, on waters of
Little River, containing two hundred and
eighty-nine acres and six hundredths, trore
or less, and bounded by lands of W. Da -
enport, J. S. Spearman, M. Werts, J. B.
Smith and E. Martin, on the followitg
The purchaser will be required to pay in
cash one half of the purchase mioney and
to secure the payment of the balance at
twelve months, with interest from day of
sale by bond and a mortgage of the premi
ses sold. The purchaser to pay for papers.
Also, Sixty-seven and one-fourth acres of
land, totebing on two branches, waters of
King's Creek, a tributary of Enoree River,
and bounded by lands of Joseph Caldwell,
Mis. A. L. Brown and J. C. S. Brown, lev
ied upon as the property of J. K. G. Nance.
On the above land is a Dwelling House,
Gin House, and necessary Outbuildings. A
Plat of the land to be exhibited on the day
of sale. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
Also, One Hundred and Thirty-three
Acres, more or less, and bounded by lands
of Daniel Hams, Mrs. Boland, Henry Wheel
er, Shelton GantL, aid Nancy Derrick.
Terms of Sale.-One-third Cash, balance
on a credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, purchaser giving a bond
and mortgage of the premises to the Judge
of Probate, to secure the payment of the
credit portion, and also to pay for papers.
Also, One-fourth of an Acre of Land,
more or less, situated in the town of New
1wrry, S. C., and bounded by lands of N. A.
Hunter, Wicker's, and by Harrington St.,
&c., levied upon as the property of George
Boland. Terms of sale cash, purchaser to
pay for papers.
Also, The following Real Estate of John
D. Koon, dcc'd., consisting of two hundred
and twenty acres, more or less.
Terns of S.de.-One-half cash, balance
on a credit of one year, with interest from
the day of sile, at seven per cent. per an
num, and to be secured by a bond and
mortgage of the premises to the Judge of
Probate, and the purchaser to pay for pa
Also, The following Real Estate of Caro
line Paysinger, dec'd., to-wit : two hundred
acres of land, more or less.
Terms of Sale.-Oie-half cash, the bal
ance on a credit of twelve months, with in
terest from the day of sale, the purchaser
giving a bond and mortgge of the prem
ises to the Judge of Probate to secure the
payment of the credit portion, wi:h leave to
pay all cash, if desired. Purchtaser to pay
Also, The following Real Estate of Sarah
Desaker, dee'd., to-%it: two loudred acres
of land, more or less.
Terms )f Sale.-One-half cash, the bal
ance on a credit of twelve n1mnths ft oml da
of sale, with interest from day of sale, and
secured by bond of the purchaser and mort
S:.ge of the premises to the Judge of Pro
bate. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Also, on Wednesday, the 2"d day of De
cember, at the late residence of the deceas
ed, at public outcry, all the personal pro
perty of the deceased, consisting of Cattle,
Corn, Household Furniture, &c. Terms
Also, The following Real Estate of John
F. Cromer, dee'd., to-wit: One hundred a-id
twenty-three acres of land, more or less.
Termis of Sale.-One-hall eash,. balance
Otn a credit of twelve tmnths, wit:: interest
from the day of sale, purchaser to give a
bond and mnortguge of the premnises to the
Judge of Proba'e, 'o secure the payment of
the credit portion; and aulso to pay for pa
pers. PHat to be exhibited ont day of s.:le.
Also, Tfhree hundred and fifty acres,rmore
Or less, andu bounded by bands of Levi Shep
perd, F. S. P'ay.-inger, Jolhn R. Sond!cyv, Sa
know on dlav of s.dle. If said laud shl:ttd
be bold in separate parcels, lats of such
tracts will be exhibited On the day of sale.
Purchaserseto pay for papers.
Also, The following Re'al Estate, levied
upon as the property of Wmt. 8;atterwh,it,
viz: One tract of land, conttai:zing I 94- acres,
more or less, boundetd by lan-Is of Moses
Anderson, dcc'd., Washintgton1 Floyd, dec'dl.,
J. W. Davis, C. Johntsont, and R. S. Sa-tter
white, antd ahso bounded bJy thte huomets:endt
of thte Defendant. Termis of Sale-Casht.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
Also, Nine hunudred acres of land, more
or less, together wtith the f,tdlowinug Person
al Property, viz: Twelve head of tCattle,
three Mules, three Horses, Fartming Imple
ments, an:d lHousehold and KCitchten Fttrtti
ture. [Levied ttpont as the prop~erty of I. M.
Suber. Terms~ Cash. Purchaser to pty for
Also, The following Real Estate of Aaron
IL. Koon, dee'd., to-wtit: One hundredl antd
ten acres of latnd, mtore or less.
Tertts of Sale.-Otte-ha:lf Catsh, b:.latte
or: a credit of twelve muonths, with a bond
of purchmaser t:d a mtorig.ige of premtises to
the JIudge of Prob.'e, to secitre the payi
IOent of thec credit porti, with intterest
f: o::: the day of safe. Pitrchaser to paty for
Also, The foilowing Rletd Elstate, viz:
O:t tract of lan.d known as "Ch~lappe.ll Fer
y" Tr:ct, lying Ott bo:b~ .sides of the Saluida
River, :and ecottaiut.g :2 acres. mbore or
less, andt bot::tdi~d by lanuds of :.t.: U.
SmtithI, A. L. La:rk, and the "'Wallatce Tract."
Also one other Tract of latal, kn:owtt as thte
"Wal!ice Tract," c,mtaitnmrg 29! acres,
more or less, atnd bountded by latnds of A.
L. Lark, "Chtappeli's Ferry" Tlract, &e.
Terms of Sile.-Onze-third ('ash, hahance
rot a credit of oune and two years, ittn eqtual
satnual instsltueuts, with Interest frotm the
day of stile ;th:e purch.isers to give bottds
with at leatst two good sturetits, aitd a muort
gage: of the fpremiies, to weitre the credit
portiott, attd to pay for papers.
J. J. G AIRRINGTON, S. S. C.
Nov. 12, 45--St.
C. M. HARRIS,
Cabinet Maker & Undert-akeP.
I Las on hatnd and will make to ordei-, Bed
steaids, Bureaus, Watrdrobes, Safes, Sofas,
Settee, Loutnges, &c.
Cabintet Work of all kinds inade and re
paired on liberal tertms.
lus on hand a full sttpply tf Meta-lie. Ma
hotgany and Riosewood IJuriml Cases.
Cofilnwa tonu ordjer at .hort ntotie, and
hearse su ppiled.
Oct 9 -4t tf. MARTIN IlARRIS.
TilE S~CBSCRIBER hasi constanttly ot.
futnd; iortmtenut of theabove' apptoved
case.- I ditfret i. tgrns. besides collin.
of hi~ s twn mtake, :dhl of w hicit .- ia prep;; red
to f urnisha at very reasottable rates, wjith
promtpttess and despatch.
I'ersonsu desirous of htavittg catses sent by
ruilroad w ill have~ thett sent free of charge.
A li,;m is always on httitd and will be
furntishted ait the sie of gy) per day.
Thankful for past patromagte, the sub
scriber reapectfulfy asks for a continuaition
of thte stame, anid assures the public that
tto effort on his part will be sparr' to render
thec t:t tmust satisfactionu.
Ne ar S. C., July 31.
PRICES NOT REDUCED.
The Proprietor of thte Wheeler IIouse
would respectfully inform the travelintg pub
lie thtat, in order to maintain the reynutationt
of his llouse a.s a first class ifotel, he will
contittue htis prices tas her etofore, antd gutir
antees to give that satisfaction whicht has
se .4t the IIouse the reputatioz it now
htas. T. M. POL LOCK,
Nov'. 12, 453-t. htoprietor.
Interesting to All.
My term of office htavmtt expired, I re
spectfully tnotify all personts who htad liens,
deeds or n:ortgages recorded dmrittg mny
term of office, to call otn Messrs. & Jones
Jotnes, whto will deliver the same.
Nov -, .t. TUOS. M. LAKE.
Stoves, Tin JWare, 6c.
A very large lot of
Parlor, box and Coa! Stoles,
Now in store and to arrive, ai,d must be
SOLD LOW on account of the tight times.
In variety and of the best quality.
For sale low by
W. T. WRIGHT,
Between Dr. Pratt's and A. A. Nathan's,
Main Street. Oct. 8, 40-tf.
HEINRY II. R[EiEl
(At his Old Stand,)
Is now prepared to supply the wholesale
trA :.d the citizens of this and surround
ing Countic.-, mith the m1ost approved kinds
Togetter with all varieties of
Fancy Coffee Biggils,
Teapots, Cake and
Money Boxes, and
Nently and expeditiously done,
ROOFING and GUTTERING
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Apr. 9, 14-tt.
.i?arble I ards.
JOHN I. LEAVELL,
Corner ]NeKibben and Boyce Streets,
NEWIRWiRY, S. C.
MARBLE and GRANITE
T O M : S
MADE TO ORDER,
Of the best Foreign and Domnestie MIarble.
All work finishmed in the best manner, and
at am LOW PRIICE.
All kinds of Granite work made to order.
I have on hand and for saie cheap, an
iron railing coin.let e, sui table foreeosn
a cemnetery lot. WVill be s.ld at a ban gain.
1. MI. SPEERIS,
C.ALl)WELL ST., -NEWBERRY, S. C.
AllERICAN AND) ITALIAN
HEAD STONES, &c.,
SIYLE and FINIShI VF WR GUAR~AN
TEED to E:QUAL ANY iunih SI'AIIE
CAST AND WROUGHT
FOR ENCLOSING CEMEFERsY LOTS,
Fu: nished at Manufacturer's Prices.
400 to 500 approved Patterns to select from.
Sept. 17, 37-3 ii.
THlE OnEAT REMIEDY FOR
which can be cured by a
timecly resort to this stand
ardl prep)aration, as has been
proved'( by the hlundreCds of
testimnonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
p)hysicianls to be0 the most
reliale p)reparationl ever in
trodued( for theO relief and
cure of all Lung coml)ainlts,
anid is offered t o the public,
sanctionedl b)y the exper'iecl
of over forty years. W\hen
resorItd to iln sealson it~ sel
dom fails to efreet a speedy
euro hn tho most ever%
eases of (Co ghs, Bronchitis,
Croup, *Whoping Cough,
Influenuza, Asthma, Colds,
Sorc Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chs and-Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &e. WYistar's
Balsam does not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behiml. as is the ease with
most pr1eparation~s, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
SET W, FOWLE & SONS, Boston, Mas.
Reat cad!! ReadtoiT
(IIEAT DISCOVERY !
Pare White Lad, Linseed Oil tand Zinc, Chemically Combined.
Will last three ties as long as the best leal and oil inixed in the ordiuary way.
Always nady for use. Sold by the gallon.
One Gaon Covers Twenty Square Yards Two Coats,
Tti: P'.s, FAvqvit Co., VA., Feb. 61b, 1873.
NIP. C. P. Essv-Sna The 'dint caine sai'ely to hand as ordered-two kegs, five
gallons a' ch, and tree huke;s, one gallon each. As practiec was slack, I did the iob
nvself. Two we.e, (not conus!ant work,) completed tihe house two ceats. The last coat
I applied thick, an.it is now lenerally conceded that for enanel.like hardness, and body,
und hariony of cons, Ohver is not a h.mndsomer job in the place. I saved sixty-five dol
lars t etia, bt hitb is jin i:nim jzn-t now with Southern people. It should be gen
erally adopted in (is t,te. .ny country lad can apply it. I have never dabbled in
such stock as Tesioni.s, lit I feel so forcibly tine great adaptability of your "Enanel
Pini1t" to the wian: 4). of our people, in excelletcy of miitteriai, in beauty of color, and in
tihe fact of its b. i;n "ready mlixedi', tlht I give yon ree peri.iission. (if it is desirable to
you,) to nale whi uise- you think roper of this letter.
Very re:.p'tfully and tru!y, S. McGILL, M. D.
BALTIMonF, December 10th, 1872.
MR. C. P Kxiirr, Esq.-D.%n SIR: It afficords me intich peasire to say to you that
the Bradley Paten Enamel int far exceeds iy expectation in economy and beautiy,
nind I have every t a:on no bilieve, itn draiility. More than twelve moutbs since, I
painted th'e roof ony (I!otel Man.Ion House) sith tie Bradlev Pu':ent Enamel Paint,
ind I was so well leased with it, I detcriined to paint ti otside of the Hotel, and am
nmost happy to savit gives ine per:ect satisfaction. In conelnision I will say, if this testi
rnonial will be of my advantage to you, you ame at liberty to ose it.
Yours most respectfllv, IA AC ALBERTSON,
Manson House Ilotcl, N. W. Cor. Fayette and St. Paul Streets, Baltimore.
To TIF Pen..-It affords ine mnuch pieasure to state that in July, 1871, Front
3rect Theatre wspa-nted inside ain] out with "Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint," for
xhnich C. P. Knigi, No. io'; West Lonibard S:reet. is :ge int, an'd to testify to its superior
ty over any and n' other inints for simuilar u:cs. In no private dwelling can paint possi
>ly be subjected t( the very Severe test it uinde!rgoes at this estabilinhnent, where, during
>ur daily cleaning,soap and soda are consintly atnpplied to it, and yet it appears as sound
Lud fresh as when ist put on. Of the nunecrous advantages it possesses over other
)ailts, I will only oentio:n its being mixed and ready for use in quantities to suit pur
:iasers; its quickl- drying properties, which saves inuch tirme in the execution of work
ibere paint is neeled, and its very perceptible tenacity, whichn imparts beauty and dtra
ilitv to the ohjecP onI which it is used. As suchi I inost earnestlv recommend it to tine
Wrinehants and tralesmen of our city, believing it will give them greater satisfaction than
hey can possibly Mticipate. WM. E. SINN,
Baltimore, Apil 25, 1872. Front Street Theatre.
CIAMEnI:sRit, December 10th 1S72.
Mn. C. P. K4MIT-DAn SIR: The paints we recnive.l froni you have been applied
.o severnil of (ur )wn buildings and to those of our fiends, and have given entire satis
aceiou in coverinng qualities, in glos, annl in adaptiLIlity to all kinds of surface of iate
i.l, and we cieeitlly recommend it, especialy to that clss of consumers who have to
lepend upon link own parties, or p:inters, to mix and furnish materials. wherein we have
'ounid tine most dnception.
Yours, triily, JACOB STOUFFER & SON.
Ma.RYLAD I.mX:, BALTIORi COUNTY, Mn., September 24th, 1872.
C. P. Kmiln-, EsQ - Agent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint, Rtltimorc-DyAnt Sin:
[he paint which I purchased fronm you ihas given entire satisfaction, so lnich so that all
ny neigllbors intand to follow Iny example, anid have their houses painted. It is not on
Y dUrable and chei!;p, but it looks better after it is put on than any paint I ever saw. Tine
ainter I have enployel is deiighled with it. le says that ie caIn paint twice as fast,
Und at the sanie tine do a be: ter j..h, witi tihe Enanel paint, th-.- any other painit lie
!ver used. I can tierelore without hesitation recommend it to the public as one of the
-ety best articles of phint ever introduced.
Yours, very truly, JAMES IIALL.
Lr. AIR, MA n.Ar,, March 4th IS7.
Mn. C. P. K,mirrT-D:.n Sin: I have been using. since last spring, Bradley's Patent
Enannel Paint, andn am hnappy to sytaitgives enntire satisfaction wherever I hnave used
t, aind to parties to winomn I inave fnnrnishned it for other painiters to use. Mr. John J.
street, whol lives near Gh-monnt Mills, to whom I funrnished tine Bradley Paint last fall, is
'nmnnh pleas~ed withn it, annd gives permnission to use his namne in recommnennding so good a
maint, S. I1. Montangue, painter, aigrees with me as to thne durability of your miost excel
enit pait. I h.pe pnarties wino have painitir.g to do will look to their advntage and apply
Br..dley's Patnent En:annel Paunt, which is the miost duramble painit now in use. It holds its
zloss loinger thnan nany other painnt that I have ever used.
Yours, truily, E. C. GAItRRETTSON, IIouse and Sign Painter.
C. P. Kxicannn, EsQ-D:Ar Snm: I hnave nused Bradleyv's Patent Enamnel Paint on nmy
an:inted, aind consider' it. a good Painint. Yours, truly,
Creswell P.,0., Ilaitfornd Co., Md., Feb. 0th, 1872. A. [I. STRASBAUGIT.
C. P. KNIGH T, Sole Agent,
No. 93 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore.
Gi SPEC1MIENS .ND PRiICE LIST FURNISH[ED GR.ATIS. 3
Juine 11, 2t-Cim.
Pro fessional Cards. Colleges.
C. C. JAEGER,\qBp1 FMAJ
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
2fflce on Caldwell Street, unarynoposite tihe AAE
Praclices in the Courts of tIme S:.te and isANILE EL,: sita.
Lnited States. Oct. 1G2, 41-Gm. Pd .WIE3 : : MsclDpt
D3r. J. D. BRUTCE,TieNX EI) otisCOL
In resning tine PRACTICE of his PRO- fr:s ieIre:cn nt~s flf r
FESS!ON, tennders is services to theC citi-otunn!atisiooasitnyFmne
e.ns of tine Towin, aind cain be found at all
innes wnithniin its limits. ~fi nnr n b ine
A pr. 23, '7:--10-t f.laiinnnvnner iifa!ri enrn.
JOHNSTONE & HARRINCTON, rlc'
Attornteys at Law,5e '. ro
(Office on Law Range,)Au., l-f. -
NEWBERRY, S. C. -
Seorge Johnstone. Y. y. Harrinngton E i
THOMPSON & JONES, IIf(1
Dental Surgeons, Amlsnny 9n~!
NEWBEREY C. H., S. C.
Gradluates of the Penns,ylvania College oftOM iI1 IA
Mar. 19, '73--11-tf.ST LO I ,M ,
'Io Women. Both Married and
A pply for relief before you become a eon-11~J~~1(
I haive been for years panst attending strict- -
y to tine trenitment of diseases of women, Etbihd1 er
1oth1 nmarried and single, and as the nunmber indlanfimihe muebsnesmnt
of cases cointinues to increase almost daiiy I
will pay specinl attenntion to those who may
npply to mIe for hielp, and may. if I should
;et a sufficient numbner of cases, make it aTo ougM nS kig Ei
specialty. po ei
Thmere arc many women who are takingWegmninteo rcmrstntOm o:c
rndicincs recomncded for such diseases, peiino ons' rr.und~eni~~s
whiich are worse than useless, they palliate Rfrnc oSulnsfon e:~ oms
mid sometimes seem to give relief, brit iniaimAknna, !iisiniannAlmaa
fct they postpone tine evil until theO diseasofirnsed
issumnes thne chnrouie form, and then they ap-NES t
ply to tIhe l'hysician for relief, which can boTh .A.IE,re,
ivenn, but not. so soon as when taken in the 20an 1 .4i t
irst or early sge, ui ,i ':-0-y
I use no quaali ediciines, I treat diseases .- - --- -
>I ration .i:.ectrcienhimicpri:Biplos
P. B UF
N. B. I prac:ice for cash only and prompt Peosenign stn,:nliaiihd
payments. Mar. 12, 10-tr. ior tuite iemi .hu ne hi
In addition to r;y h.fge stq.ek of DRUGS t rpr Ielah,ai hnoiepe
ind CHEMICALS, PERFUMERIES, etc., prdi.cah in neocp otepr
rhichm has been lately replenished, I havesofr hmiwaintde,iem i.i
added aprittmti iol ep.dfr
A Fine and Elegant Assortment of SigeBt,Cai. ......
POCKETa KNIVESa ietrnmaio ftn ore
ANDNoBtm wilb inontnSbbh
of warranted material and superior finish,$5 o 20?cny:AntWaed
nich I cain safel'. offer to my friendsan
:utQzmer ac -..'rthy their attention. peo ihrsi,yug rod aemr nn
Dr. S. F. FANT. tm,ta a mylirges.Patclr
A.ddrPIER, . M.,so : :o: P'rnipal
~ap 2,~8t.MisNe. EVEL :n Assistant.
can,S bemd nte ntdSae.Wehv
o c B f W
set on and, nrfer sato enwmen alicehs
Ase to ther hart oter wor fRal thew as
US SeL Lad &n C . Cheston,s.av.
bnis Sah BlnIn. ro aes yTae
seton and, nrfer toanleme tl e r thics
ade to orer aatgshr oi Sheir il tew as
aSSEd an made to orer aledstn, s.ntC.
ich we box up our work, ando o wn assump- I
rdinary ha ilin, our goods are shipped over
ich is agreat saving to the purchiaser of our work.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.
Drugs ' Fancy .rticles.
DR. S. F. FANT
DIGGIST AND CHEMIST
NEWBERRY C. HI., S. C.
Ail the iost approved PATENT MEDI.
CINI-:s colls"".t0. on hand.
PE11F,17RiFliS, SOAPS and TOiLET
ARTICLA- o thew cic,. characrer.
MEDICIN. Ll10.'RS, of purest quali
Prescripons omlpoundeld CaIefully, at
all hours, day and night.
Mar. 12, '7:-10-tf.
DR. H. BAER,
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARL ESTON, S. C.
Mayv 3, 18-f.
I ~ Organ.
TH1lE HAT" '3VR ifN LE
~The best ORGANS of the Roed
class IN THE WORLD.
The Best for Churches and Lodges.
The Best for Sunday Schools.
The Best for Parlors and Vestries.
The B..st for Academies and Colleges.
e- 'The Best for Public salls.
ty The Best for Orchmstra.and Stage.
e. These instruments, which for sweetness of
tone and elegance of appointment stand unri
d. valled, hav: met with unprecedented sucess
oin this country and abroad.
-d E, P, N'EEDi1I & SON
ESTIABLISiIED IN 1846.
Nos. 143, 145, & 147 East 23d St.,
Reg.onsible parties app!ying for agencies
in sectious sti!! unsuplied, will receive
prompt attention an.I libera! inlducemenCts.
IParties residing at a distance from our au
thorized agents, may order from our factory.
Send for iilostrated price list.
rt Au.3, 32-Orm.
iys BROTHER JONATHAN,
aA LARGE FAMILY PAPER,
IIs Published Weekly at $1.25 a Year.
It has been en:larged to 32 long columns,
eand is now the cheapeslCt paiper of tile kind
einl the wor ld. T:.N Dou.as inl greenbacks
ivenI to oneC out ofeach fifty new aubscri
bers. Specimel.n colpies sent free.
Our lRook Ct.dlo-.ue sent free.
Send cash erdecrs to
aBrother Jonathan Publishing C,,
48 ,eekmnn: St., NeW York.
IOc t. 8, 40-:1n.
TheiC LATEST anid BES~T
I HOE for COTTONA
a ie manufactured.
I C alital for pardo1ns also,
11- To formi an idea of its great adaptability and
> wonderful merits, comel atnd examline. An
into.ee ja, t rcei ved byV
jan, S I .MAYI.S & MAIlTIN,
TlIE ST'ATE OF SOIrTHl CARO
~INA, LAURENS COUNrY.
.IN PROBATE COURT.
To Louis M. Franks, Alice M1. Franks, Su
sanlBramnlett, Mary Morgan, devisees of
ul Nehia4h Frarnks, who died leaving a
oYou are be.eby requtired to appear at
the Court of P'robate, (a he lM,a~l at La
rL.Il C. I., for Lamnt C,.mnty, on the 17th
Sday' o1 Ni.ovmber next, to shlow cauSe, if
any you can, why tile real Estate and per.
sonali property of Nelvemah Franks, dec'd,
described inl tile petitionl of Wiliiam 11.
Fra ks, fi'ed iin my office, shlould not be di
vddor sold, all!o:;:ng to th.e said William:
I I. Fa: ks, onez half thereof, and thle r emain
* ing- one-.haf in equal portio:ns to the said
1Louis M. tnd Alice MI. Franrks.
Giv'en under may hand anld seal, this 8th
day of Octoe,A .1's
C. LA RK, Pr obate Judge.
Oct. ~2 I 42.-Gt.
tatiotery atd Binadim5.
iff STATIONERY HOUSE.
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
ome building immedistely opposite the
>hcenix office, on Main street, a complete
omprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
till sizes, qualities and of every description;
'lat Papers of Czp, Demy, Double-Cup, Me
lium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Inperial
izes, which will be iold in any quantity, or
nanufactured into Blank Books of any sice,
Lnd ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
tyle, at short botice.
n endless variety-all sizes, colors and quuli
)f every varicry, Memorandum and Pasi
Books, Pocket .ooks, Invo:ce and Letter
3ooks, iteceipt Books, Note Books.
ARCHITECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
jnd a complete stock of materials for their
Lse. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
Iristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
"aper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
oxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
)f every description; a great variety of con
renicat and useful articles for both Teachers
Photogrh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
blios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
Also, a most elegast stock of Gold Pens
tnd Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine. Indelible
ind Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
rammuon Men and Boards: Visitingand Wed
ling Cards, and everything usually kept in a
First Class Stationery House,
Which the subscriber intends this shall be.
Ile will still conduct his BENDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PA
PER-RULING ESTABLISHMENT, which
Las been in successful operation for over
thirty years in this State, and to which he
will continue to devote his own personal at
tention. His stock will be kept up full and
complete, and his prices will be found always
reasonable, and he hopes to have a share of
patronag.E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phcenix Office.
Authorized Capit:l-.... ......$2,000,000
Guaranteed Capital............ 500,000
Deposited with State Comptrollers
for Security of Policy Holders. .$1 50,000
W. B. Jonssros................resident
W. S. ILtr.............Vice-Preuident
GE:o. S. OAR..-....-...-.-....Secretary
J1. W. Bcaa......-.......Ge..eral Agent
J. M3mcE (ek R . R , M. D..-..Medical Ez'r
WV. J. MAmu............Sup't of Agencies
C. F. McCar...................Actcary
NEWBERRuY C. II.. S. C.,
December 19, 1872.
A t a meeting of Policy Holders, at
Newberry C. H., a Board of Advisoy
Trustees of the COTTON STAT
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
was organized, and the following offi
THOMAS S. MOORMAN, - President
WMz. LANGFORD, - Vice-President
0. L. SCHUMPERTr, - - Secretary
The Company is in the finest possi
ble condition--having $175 to $100
A Dividend has been declarea on
all Policies issued prior to Januatry
M. W. ABNEY, I
Feb. 26, S-tf.
Most Wonderful invention
OF THE ACE.
J. Moses' Electro-Galvanie, Pat. June 2d, '68
Attached so these patented Spectael
a&re tao ccientifie.lly constructed Galvanie
Batteres-unsecen when aworn-delivers
tirough the nerves of the Lead
A Soft and Continuous Stream of Electricz'
ializng and giving healthy action toa
nitire heautiful system ot thmose parts, UI
JOLUTELY anmd CERTAINLY CUIE .
Partial Paralyis of the Optic Nerve,
or Diseased Vision, Neuralgia of the
or Faice, Nervous Twitehes in the 3
of the hece, Noise in the Head, -
Mental E.nerg, and ahost of Nera
eases arising from depression of th' r
energy of the systemi. 4
Contribuing in a most astomt S
LIFE, VIGOR ANDHE
By the means of the sof t and flowing
of Electricity, eiving bihestothe
quickness to tIme Ear, and energy to
TI.ey are set wili lenses of the'
manufactu're, to suit all sights, and
glasses for those not needing Spectaclt
read with, but desirinmg the ben.-fits
derivedl fronm wearing the Batteries ; ab*
are to be had in thuis vicinity only of
JOHN F. SPECK,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jew'elry, -
Silver and Plated Ware,;
NEWBERRY, S. C. . 9
None are Genuine unless each pair = 'I
3. MoSES' ELECTRO-GALVAY M
Patented June 2d, 1868. ae rk
A pr. 9, 14-tf. E1
HOUSE, SI G
DECOR AT IVE P AINT(
P.APERL U4$YG gad KALSGXL.
Having provided himself with all "I
test improved ladders and other tok
imupleimenits of his trade, is now prept
perform all work i:: his hine of busin
neatness, durability and dispatch.
COUNTRY yOBS WILL BE ATT!
By the arrangemients which he lfI
pleted lie will be able to -do thn
branches of his tra:ie at tIhe LOWE
SIBLE PRICES. f
Ternm.s Gash on the completion P*
If you want me and don't see m'
as 11 IIL Ea&se's Tin anidSte Si .
Apr. 10, l5-.f.
D RESSED FLOORING, CEILING, WEA
terns of - ouldings made, over 100,00
Mantel-Pices, l)oor and Window Frames, n
els, B:0lusters of Walnut or Mahogany, on b
work nde as cheap at this establishmet as
on hand the !ar:lest stock of the above,Soutl
antee will give entire satisfacuon to all who
The subscribers are the oily practical Me<
carrying on the basiness in t;e city of Chart
State, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida,
W. P. R
NOTlCE.--On account of the manner in wli
tion of the risk of Ireakage (,f Giass with
the roads in this State at HALF RATES, wh
Mar. 12, 1873-10-1y.
Br 8Ackyfees' *ailrSWO a
S&And Ki Fw--rndDrjhn
2y Wh dfoine,SWd&lnatFy1aaerin
LH. HALL . CO,
4,6, 8,70. Mtrhet Street.
22,222, .stDe5 yr t&
CYA qA LESTON,, S.C.
This Cut enttered Lccording to Act of ConAre
in the year 1ST:. by I. Hl. 1t & C";.. in tbe <
lice of the l.ibrarian of Congres at Wasbingt:
Juue 25, 1673-%-1y.
BUY THE BEST !
The A31ERICAN will Last a Life Tim
It is superior to all others for simnplici
It has been pronounced by the beat tr
chanics the best finished, and made on t
best plan, of any machine nanufacturt
Will sew the finest and coarsest fabrica,
matter how much starch. Never dro
stitches, ruus light and almost noiseless.
Call and examaine for yourself.
Sold on the most reasonable terms a:
Inducements to clubs.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Oct. 23 434f.
WH~EELER & WILSON
DEFIES ALL COMPETITION
AS A PROOF
No lady who has one would willingly pt
Atnd every lady who l:t3 not, anxious
desires to have one.
Thte W. & W. truns easily and with t
And phy.,ieians recommenu thenm for
dies ini preferenc.e to aull o her-.
This Maebuine took the premium at
Vienna Ex position.
Buy otne and you wildl not tregret it.
L. H. R EDUrS,
Agent for Newbeury, w~ho catn be fou
atM rs. D. Mower's Sto)re.
lie can furnaish to those who pre er the
Howe's, Singer's, Dotnestic and ma
other machites at reduced rate's.
Loa tgecy at the S tore of Mrs.
L. IH. Ri:rsus and W. C. Suou, travelli
De t. 8, -10-tf.
"The Family Favorite.'
Is tnow on Ehbition, and re.ady for sa
MRS. D. MOWER,
For New berry and Lau rens C'ounties.
I h?ave One of the New Weed Sewing 31
chiues mn tse in my f.uniiy, and in audditi
to the s.atisfactiont it gives my wife a
daugliter1 I will ;edd my own opinion as
practical mechanie, th.it for S:aeriox
WonKMasttr in bitild, e.ise of manipul
tion, simplicity of construction and rea,
tness of~ adljuist ment, it iS No-r E.xcxu.Lan
anyv other .aewin:g mi.aehine' in tihe maArket.
Mecha::ical I-lit or of "Seientific Amteri'r
Aug. 27, M--tf.
IMagazines, Books, &4
Godev's Lady's Ucok and a beauti
Ghromao, for Three DoIhars a l ear.
The A.dite, a Fi::e Art Journal, andt
fine Chrotiot for F'ive i:-liars a yg
e:d in your subscrip~ition ca ly.
Also, Writing Desks, i'ortfolios, &e.,
No. 7 48-tf.
A desirile STOR E )OM on ifn Stre
bet weeni Marshall's & Ph1 rs
Apply at once to
I1IR. D. MOWER,
sep. 10, ~33-tf.