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- CORNq LAND BR
PLO D ]IN FALL OR
Fore are by no means agreed
themselves os to the expe.
of Fall plowing for corn.
re soil is rather light and warm
Ch a thin Clover sod, perhaps
ae gain in Fall plowing is not ap.
preciable. but with a heavy, cold
soil, and a stiff sod, we are satisfied
that the gain by fall plowing is con
siderable. The soil becomespolver
ized by the frosts of Winter, and
warmed and sweetened by the ver.
tal sun and rains. A few years
ago, we had such a soil and sod as
we have indicated, which we con
tracted to have plowed in autumn.
Headlands were plowed around the
entire piece, about two-thirds plow
ed and a strip through the middle
of the remainder, when our plow.
man failed us. The next Spriag
the remainder was plowed, and all
planted. The difference between
the Fall andSpringplowed portions
was so apparent in the growth of
the corn, as to be noticed by the
most Casual observer, and the yield
of corn was very decidedly in - fa.
vor of the autumned plowed.
We clip from the Country Gentle
man some experiments related by f
"But there are of those, a few
who think E"l> plowing is prefer- I
able. They have but one answer
-'better crops.' It must be ad
Tmitted that this is a very cogent
reason if facts bear them out. I
am acquainted with one of these
men. John J. Brookman of Mul
den. N. Y., and he is entitled to
respect and confidence; no one
will dispute his word. He has
tried corn on both Fall and Spring
plowing; practiced the two in the
same field, and compared with his
neighbors. This for quite a num
ber of years. He now plows all
his corn land (sod) in the Fall.
Says he gets a mellower surface.
a quicker start, and a continuous,
heal thy, vigorous growth, and ear
lier ri p en i ng. There is more
grass ; but as corn requires a con
siderable amount of working of1
the soil, it matters not. so mneh
whether there is more or less, un
less, in extreme cases as for in
stance, where quack largely pre
Vail1s. I remember a test made a -
fe w years ago, where nine acres
of old sod were turned in May,
about the middle, and put to c4rn.
The year was a superior one fo,r
corn. The yield per acre was
over eighty bushels of sound shel
led corn. A neighbcr had a field,
also, adjoining. He turned his
down in the Fall, and somewhat
earlier, so that the grass began to
show before Winter. When the
corn was planted, it was quite
grassy ; the grass was quack. We
looked for a comparative failure.
The ground was very mellow and
also rich. The corn came readily
and grew at once-made a race,
with the quack which it was impos
ble to subdue. The hill was in
insed with it; you could not re- 3
move it; so it grew. But the
corn (in the deep black soil) grewt
also; and it soon shaded the;
quack, and finally occupied the
field, stunting toward the last thet
quack, and ripening the crop,
which was equal to the other.
It must be confessed that this
shook our faith in Spring plowing.
And now we have the testimony
recorded above ; land much the
same; and in the same neigh bor
A PRICELESS RECEIPT FOR
Every farmer who has to fence his
land knows too well how quickly po
tatoes planted in the earth become,
rotten, especially in a damp spot. Of
all of them we welcome the following
process to prevent rottenness, a process
as wonderful in its effects as it is sim-t
pie and almost costless. It is taken
from'f.le Bien Public," of Dijon,
Take linseed oil, boil it and mix itt
with charcoal dust until the mixture
has the consistency of an ordinary
paint. Give the posts a single coat ofj
the mixture of paint before planting!
them, none, though living the age of
patriarchs of old, will live long enough I
to see the same posts rotten.
'Some years ago I discovered the
way of rendering wood more durable
in earth than iron itself," sa-ys
the author of the .communcanzov;,
"but it seemed to me so simole, and so~
inexpensive, that I did not think itJ
worth while to make much ado and
fuss about it. ePosts of soft wood thusa
prepared were removed after remain-F
ing seven years in earth, and were1
found as sound as when they werej
planted. The only precaution to
take is to use only well dried pot k
before covering them with the char
The above receipt is certainly cheap, a3
and sems tn be well worth the tral.
f ihat is said of the efficiency of that
in*e and cheap (about two cents per
>osproeess be only half true, certain
y it would save yearly millions of
blhrs to the farmers and telegraph
ompanies. For it is said that the
armer, even in his teens, who
Fil plant posts having received a coat
f this Perpetuity Post Paint, will
kever live long enough to see the same
FAriMERs' DAUGHTERS AND PoUL
'RY RAISING.-The following of pro
!table poultry raising by a Delaware
irmer's daugi:er. during the past year,
vho had the care of his poultry-yard.
n the Spring she commenced with
bdut 60 fowls, of common breeds, in
luing one Dominique rooster and
everal hens of that stock. She also
iad two roosters of the Partridge Co
hi6 breed. From these she raised
5ehickens. When young she fed
iuera(-ked corn, but when fattening
how, gave whole eorn and Indian
eal. During the seasons she sold
gS to the amouut of $0, and from
tepteuber 20 to January 17, she got
e4dy for market 150 pairs of chickens,
rhich she sold for $260. She thinks
he Dominique much the best for
aarket, but they are not hardy when
omng. She has some hens of the
lttridge-Cochin breed which weigh
,7 and 8 pounds each. It will be
een from this statement what may
idone by proper attention to poul
ry, the profits being perhaps larger
ban any branch of farming. It also
h6ws that the business is one in which
emnales may engage with success.
he time occupied in earing for 60 to
00 hens does not average more than
an- hour or two a day. The exercise
slight and plessant, and the change
rom household duties rather agreeable
ban otherwise. Indeed, we consider
he poultry business, as an oecupation,
oth profitable and interesting. Gath
ring eggs, setting hens, watching the
atehing, and tending to the young,
we a<-harm, which, in connection
ith the profits, is calculated to please
very lover of nature's great working
How To KEEP ApLES-The way
he most of farmers save their Winter
pples is to hoe them up like potatoes,
r pile them up in a cave or cellar.
y this method you not only lose
iuch valuable time, but lose very
asy apples, and what you do keep
rer Winter are in a had condition.
apples may be kept in barrels that
re quite open, but the best and
heapest way is to keep them in crates
eboxes made in the following man
er : The ends or head pieces should
e ten to twelve inehes wide, by eigh
en long; they can be sawed or split;
ail your boards on the bottom and
ides, leaving places for ventilation.
have your boards all the same length ;
ht thlre feet. Pnt the apples in
ie boxes, without bmising.and lay-the
oxeson each other in your apple-house.
wo men will handle the boxes with
ase. You can look your apples over
a these boxes at any time with but
tale labor. When you are ready to
ip, just nail a board over the top
nd you- are ready: In this way yon
et your apples in market in good con
ition and handle them but once -
eep your house as cold as possible, at
11 times, without freezing.
To CuaE MEir.-To one gallon of
rater, take one and one-half pounds
f salt, one-half' pound of sugar, one
alf ounce of saltpeter, one-half ounce
f potash. In this ratio the pickle
an be inereased tofnly quantity desired.
otMthese be boiled together until all
Idirt fro the sugar rises to the
ip and .is skimmed off. Then throw
iinto a tub to cool, and when cold
our it ovei- beef or pork, to remain
be usual time say four or five weeks.
'he meat must be well covered with
ikle, and should not be put down
yr at least two days after killing, du
ing which time it should be slightly
prinkled with powdered saltpeter,
rich removes all the surface blood,
te., leaving the meet fresh and clean.
tme omit boiling the pickle, and find
to answer well, though the operation
f boiling purifies the pickle, by throw
ag off the dirt always to be found in
alt and sugar. If this recipe is pro
erly tried, it will nev-er be abandoned.
here is none that surpasses it, if so
UsE OF RAW-HwD.--The skin of an
nimial whether cow, ealf, colt or horse'
at dies on the farm, is worth more
t home than it is at the tanner's.
ut it into narrow strips, and si.ave
f the hair with a sharp knife before
be kitchen fire or in your workshop,
strmny days or evenings. You make
kem soft by rubbing. A raw-hide
alter strap an inch wide will hold a
orse better and last longer than an
ch rope. It is stronger than hoop
-on and more durable, and may be
sed tp hoop dry casks and boxes, and
,r hinges. Try it on a broken thill,I
e any wool-work that has been split;
ut. it ion wet zad nail fast. This aind
Ikes the best bag-stringsia the world.
- -ierope is a good substitute
a- a ,ehain. It is valuable.to mend
broken link .in 'a trace-chain. For
is best to use it in its natural state.
or other purposes it may be dressed
PERFUMlE FOR LINEN.-Dried rose
aes, one pound; cloves, caraway
ed and allspices, each one ounce;
ilverize or grind them together, and
Id one-fourth pound. Put in small
ig aong your linen.
DN THE FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER.
The estate of William Elmore, dec'd, to
&it: Two hundred and twelve and three
juarter acres of lan-l, more or less.
Terms of S;Ke.-One-tiird cah, the re
zwiuing two-third- on a credit of twe've 1
motithp, with interest fromi day of sale, the
purchaser to give bond and morlgage to
Lhe Judge of Piobate, for the paymlelt, of
the purchase neiey and to pay for papers.
Also, The following leal Estate of John
D. Koum, dee'd., con,istin.g of tuo hunidied
and twenty acres, nore or less.
Terms of S.dle.-Onec-half cash, balance
an a credit of one year, with intetest from
the day os sale, at seven per cent. per an
num, and to be secured by a bond and I
nortgage of the premises to the Judge of
Prebute, and the purchaser to pay for pa
Also, The following Real Estate of Cato
ine Pavsinger, dec'd., to-wit: two hundred .
2cres of land, more or less.
Terms of Sale.-One-ialf ca-h, the bal
%nce ocn a credit of twelve inonbs, with in
,erest from the day of sale, the purchaser
iving a bond and intmtgage of the prem
.es to the Judge of Probate to secnre the
payment of the credit portion, with leave to tra
?ay all cash, if desired. Purchaser to Iay
or papers. of
Also, The f(Mlowing Real Estate of Sarah
Desaker, dec'd., to-wit: two ,undred acres C
af land, more or less.
Terms af Sale.-One-half cash, the bal
ince on a credit of twelve wonths feoi day
)f sale, with interest front day of sale, andT
;eenred bv bond of the purchaser and mort
zage of the premises to the Judge of Pro
)ate. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Also, on Wednesday, the 3d day of De
:emnber, at the late residence of the deceas
!d, at public outcry, all the personal pro
erty of the deceased, consisting of Cattle,
Lorn, Household Furniture, &e. Ternis
Also, The followinig Real Estate of John
F. Cromer, dee'd., to-wit: One hundred a-d
weut% -three acres of land, more or less.
Terms of Sale.-One.halt cash, balance
yn a c:-edit of twelve months, with interest
:om the day of Sale, purchaser to give a
jond and mor:gage of the prenises to the
Judge of Probate, to secure the payment of
he credit portion; and also to pay for pa
ers. Plat to be exhibited on day of sale.
Also, Three hundred and fifty acres,itiore
)r less, and bounded by lands of Levi Shep
perd, F. S. Paysinger, John R. Sondley, Sa
rah Counts, and others. Terms made
known on day of sale. If said land should
be sold in separate parcels, Plats of such
tracts will be exhibited on the day of sale.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
Also, The following Real Estate, levied Of
upon as the ptoperty of Wm. Satterwhite,
iz: One tract of land, containing 194 acres, I
more or less, bounded by lan-s of Moses Ut
Acnderson, dec'd., Washington Floyd, dee'd.,
1. W. Davis, C. Johnson, and R. S. Satter
white, and also bounded by the homestead
Df the Defendanit. Terms of Sale-Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
Also, Nine hundred acres of land, more FE
Dr less, together with the following Person- ze
al Property, viz: Twelve head of Cattle, ut
three Mules, three Horses, Farming Imple
ments, aned Household and Kitchen Furni
Lure. Levied upon as the property of L M.
Suber. Terms Cash. Purchaser to pay for
Also, The following Real Estate of Aaron
H. Koon, dec'd., to-wit: One ludred and
ten acres of land, :nore or less.
Terns of Sale.-One-half Gash, balance
on a credit of twelve months, with a bond
of purchaser and a mortgage of premises to
the Judge of Prob.Lte, to secure the pay
mennt of the credit portion, with interest -
frome the day of sale. Purchaser to pay for
Also, The following Real Estate, viz:
One tract of jand1 kncown as "Chappell Fer
r" Tract, lyineg on both sides of the Saludat
River, and containeing 247 acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of Susan C.
Sm,ith, A. L. Lark, and the "Wallace Tract."
Also one other Tract of laend, know nc as the
'Waflee Tract," containing~ 291 neres,
more or less, and b'ounded by lands of A.
L. Lark, 'Chappeh's Ferry" Tract, &c.
Terms of Sete.-One-tidrd Cashe, balanc-e
on a eredit of one and two years ice eqnal (0
anual inestaements, with interest feo:n the
day of sale ; the purchasers to give -boneds
with atL least two good sureties, andI a mcort
acge of the premises, to secucre the credit
portion, and to pay for papers.
J. J. C ARRINCTON, S. N. C.
Nov. 12, 45--St. fir
JOII B. LEAVLL, oo
Corner Mc.Kibbeni and Boyce Streets, WI
NEWBERRY, S. C. fa
MARBLE and GRANITE
HurBau and Table 19ps, Fl
-MADE TO ORDER, P
Of the best Foreign and Domestic Marble. Ci
All work finisheed ine the best manner, and **
at a LOW PRICE. . to
All kinds of G;raneite wor-k made to order. ad
I have on hand and .ar sale cheap, an t
iron railing comnplete, suitable for enclosing
a cemetery lot. Will be sold at a bargain.
Oct. 15, 41--tf.A
1. ML. SPEERS,
CALWELL ST., - NEWBERBY, S. C.
DE.l LER 1N
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
fYLE and FINISH OF WORK GUARAN- D
TEED to EQUAL ANY in the S FATE. I
CAST AND WROUCHT
iRON RAILINGS, vi
FOR ENCLOSING CEMETERY LOTS,
Fu: niabed at Manufacturer's Prices.
100 to 500 approved Patterns to select from.
Sept. 17, 37-3m.
In addition to my large stock ofDRG
and CHEMICALS, PERFUMERIES, etc.,c
which has been lately replenished, I have&
A Fine and Elegant Assortment of t
f warranted material and superior finish,
which I can safely offer to my friends and sP
:ustomers as worthy their attention. de
Dr. S. F. FANT. Jo
Scp 24, 38-tf.
Stoves, Tin Iffare, Se.
tyes!1 Stoves! 1tbyes!Is!It
A very large lot of
trlor, Box and Coal Stves,
w in store and to arrive, a.d must be
LD LOW on account of the tight times.
variety and of the be9t quality.
-'or ate low by
W. T. WRIGHT, P
Lween Dr. Pratt's and A. A. Nathan's,
in Street. (ct. 8, 40-tf.
(At his Old Stand.)
s now prepared to supply the wholesale
de and the chize-us of this and surround
Cuunties, with the most approved kinds
Together with all varieties of la
Fancy Coffee Biggims, y
mpots, Cake and
Money Boxes, and
K1E3IFUR IU GOODS P
Neatly and expeditiously done,
DOFING and GUTTERING
MADE A SPECIALTY.
ir.r. 9, 14-tf.
Professional Cards. it
C. C. JAECER, a
TTORNEY AT LAW, w
NEWBERRY, S. C. b!
lee on Caldwell Street, nearly opposite the m
"racrices in the Courts of the State and
ited States. Oct. 15, 41-6m.
Ir. J. D. BRUCE, f
[n resuming the PRACTICE of his PRO- di
SSION, tenders his services to the citi- fc
is of the Town, and can be found at all
les within its limits.
pr. 23, '73-16-tf.
UHNSTONE & HARRINGTON, T
Lttorneys at Law,
(Office on Law Range,)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
)rge Johnstone. Y. 1. Harrington.
Apr. 2, '73-13--ly.
THOMPSON & JONES, F
)ental Surgeons, s
NE WBERRY C. H., S. C. n
raduates of the Pennsylvania College of
, Womien,. noth Married and
apl for relief before you becomie a con.
[have been for years past attending strict
to the treatment of di.seases of women,
th married and single, and as the number
cases co)ntinuesu to increase almost daily I
I pay special attention to t'hose wvho may
ply to mec for help, and may, if I should
ta suancient number of cases, make it a
fbere arc many women who are taking
dicines recommended for such diseases,
ich are worse than useless, they palliate
d sometimnes seem to give relief, but in
t they postpone the evil until the disease
mumes the chronic form, and then they ap
rto the Physician for relief, which can be
ren, but not so soon as when taken in the
;t or early stage.
use no quack medicines, I treat diseases
ration al and scientific principles. -
P. B. RUFF. i
K. B. I practice for cash only and prompt
ymnt.s. Mar. 12, 10-tf.
Haviung just returned from the Northern
~ies, and the National Photographic As
iatiou at Buffalo, 1 feel better prepared J
do good work than ever before, by the
vantages ofrthe latest imnprovemaent.<, and
My stock is larger than ever, and among
ich are, a fine lot of
Picture Paper Weights, &c.
I ant prepared to take
ping and Enlarging Old Pietares,
Taking Residences, &c.
Call while the pretty weather lasts5; re
mber that delays arc dangeroue, and do
t put it ofl'.
A proof is always furnished for inspection
fore the picture ia printed.
The surest way is to conme at once and
t pictures at the Newberry Gallery of the
er ready P'hotogropher, .
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 8, 40-tf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Visit.rs to the city are respectfully in
:ed to visit my rooms, where can be seen
scimens of pictures in all sti les of the Art.
Satisfaction guaranteed and prices cheap.
A. M. RISER,
Oct. 1, 39-. . Plain Street.
he Creditors of the Estate of David B. b
ster, deceased, will present their de- t<
ends, properly attested, to Messrs. Baxter p
Johnstone, Attorneys, Newberry, S. C., si
or before the 1st day of January, 18'74. a
And all who are indebted to the said Es- S
o, are required to make payment at once .A
JTOHN G. PIESTER,?.Eeuos
JAMES H. AULL, Exctr.a
et. 15, 41--6t.
Interesting to All.
ify term of office having expired, I re
etfuly notify all persons who had liens, |
eds or mortgages recorded during my Ip
m of office', to call on Messrs. & Jones
nes, who will delive.r the same.
Xov. 27, 4S-tf, TUbS. M. LAKE. ~,
aead! Read!! Read!!!
IW[E19 & PATENT il
are White Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc, Chemically Cowlbined.
rill last three times as long as the best lead and oil mixed in the ordinary way.
Llways ready for use. Sold by the gallon. I
One Gallon Covers Twenty Square Yards Two Coats.
THE PLAis, FI:QUIrR Co., VA., Feb. 6th, 187:2. c
Ma. C. P. KNIGHT-SIR: The Paint came sal'ely to hand us ordered-two ke., five a
ilons each, and three buckets, one gallon each. As practice was slack, I did tile Job
Yself. Two weeks, (not constant work,) completed the louw two coats. The last coat c
pplied thick, and it is now generally conceded that for enamel-like hardness, and body,
id harmony of colors, there is not a handsomuerjob in the place. I saved si:ty-five dol
rs by the operation, which is an item just now with Southern people. It should be get
ally adopted in this State. Any country lad can apply it. I have never dabbled in
eb stock as Testimonials, but I feel so forcibly the great adaptability of your "Enamel
iint" to the wants of our people, in excellency of material, in beauty of color, and int
e fact of its being "ready mixed", that I give you free perraission. (if it is desirable to
>u,) to make what use you think proper of this letter.
Very respectfully and truly, S. McGILL, M. D.
BALTmot,, December 10th, 1872.
MR. C. P. KNIGHT, ESQ.-DFAR SIR: It affords me much pleasure to say to you that
e Bradley Patent Euamel Paint far exceeds my expectation in economy and beauty,
id I have every reason to believe, in durability. More than twelve mnuiths since, I
Linted the roof of my (Hotel Mansion House) with the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint,
Ad I was so well pleased with it, I determined to paint the outside of the Hotel, and am
ost happy to say it gives tme perfect satisfaction. In I r...io I will say, if this testi
onial will be of any advantage to you, you are at liberty to use it.
Yours most respectfully, ISAAC ALBERTSON,
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. Cor. Fayette and St. Pai Streets, Baltimore.
To THt PenUI.-It affords me much pleasure to state that in July, 1871, Front
reet Theatre was painted inside and out with "Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint," for
bich C. P. Knight, No. 93 West Lombard Street, is agent, at.d to testify to its .-uperior
r over any and all other paints for similar uses. In no private dwelling catn paint possi
y be subjected to the very severe test it undrzoes at ti,is establishment, whr-re, duri:g
ir daily cleaning, soap and soda are constantly applied to it, a.d yet it appears as sound
id fresh as when first put on. Of the nunerous advantages it possesses over other
ints, I will o.ly mention its being mixed and ready for use in quantities to suit pur
iasers; its quickly drying properties, which saves much time in the execution of wok
here paint is needed, and its very perceptible tenacity, which imparts beauty and dura.
lity to the objects on which it is used. As such I Im.>st earnestly recommend it to the
erchants and tradesmen of our city, believing it will give them greater satisfaction than
ey can possibly anticipate. WM. E. SINN,
Baltimore, April 25, 1872. Front Street Theatre.
CuIAusIuRo, December 10th 1872.
MR. C. P. KNIGnT-DEAR SIR: The paints we received from you have been applied
several of our own buildings and to those of out friends, and have given entire satis
etion in covering qualities, in gloss, and in adaptability to all kinds of surface of mate.
al, and we cheerfully recommend it, especially to that class of consumers who have to
pend upon unknown parties, or painters, to mix and furnish materials, wherein we have
und the most deception.
Yours, truly, JACOB STOUFFER & SON.
VARYLAND LNE, BALTMoa: CoNTY, MD., September 24th, 1S72.
C. P. KNiMIT, Esq.- Agent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint, B.iltimnore-DEAi Sin:
he paint which I purchased from you has given etutire satisfactio:,, so intich so that all
y neighbors intend to follow my example, and have their houses painted. It is not on
durable and cheap, but it looks better after it is put otn than any paint I ever saw. The
inter I have employed is delighted with it. Ie says that he can paint twice as fast,
d at the same time do a better job, with the Enamel paint, tItAn any other paint he i
rer used. I can therefore without hesitation ral:ommend it to the public as one of the
ry best articles of paint ever introduced.
Yours, very truly, JAMES HALL.
BFt AR, MARYLAND, March 4th 1873.
Mn. C. P. KNGHIT--D.AR SIR: I have been using, since last spring, Bradley's Patent
namel Paint, and am happy to say that it gives entire satisfaction wherever I have used
,and to parties to whom I have furnished it for other painters to use. Mr. John J.
treet, who lives near Clermont Mills, to whlom I furnished thme Bradley Paint last fall, is
ueh pleased with it, and gives pertmission to use his name in recommending so good a
int. S. HI. Montague, painter, agrees with me as to the durability of your most excel
nt paint. I hope parties who have painting to do will look to their advantage and appl.y
rdley's Patent Enamel Paint, which is the most durable paint now in use. It holds its
loss longer than any other paint that I have ever used.
Yours, truly, E. C. GA RRETTSON, House and Sign Painter.
C. P. KNIGHT, Esq.-DEAa SiR: I have used Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint on my
welling last Spring, and am much pleased with it, and it looks as well now as when first
inted, and comti.er it a good Paint. Yours, truly,
Creawell P. 0., Hartford Co., Md., Feb. 6th, 187h. A. H. STRASBAUGH.
C. P. KNIGHT, Sole Agent,
No. 93 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore.
W SPECIMENS AND PRICE LIST FURNISHED GRATIS. 3
June 11, 23-Cm.
rion in the Bloocd Colleges.
thePPeruvian Srup, aPProtect
rron, is so combined as to have Smnr nteSae
lhe character of ain aliment, as Tiinfoi~2g t i.0prSsin
~asly digested atnd atssiilated idiadaieitstif,zriv ur.
ith the blood as the simplest Badn a eotie tamdrt
ood. It increases the quantity p1C
f .Nature's Own Viliig Frpriuas n'ieo .P OZR
Agent, Iron in the blood, and e.B'. ro
wres athousand ills," simply A ' IE,Picpl
by Toning up,Invigoratig and Ag ,3-f
V~italiinny the System. Thew en- -__
iched and vitalized blood per
neates ever y part of the bod y,
-epaiilng damages and( waste, G E T
earching out enorbid secre
ions, andl leaving nothing for
lisease to feed up)on.
This is the secret of the won
lerful success of this remedy in
daint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar- AuhsdyitegraMtoplsfte
hIoa, Boils, NervousAffecctions, MsispiVle n ii uponet
h.iP. PIFERLA.ev.,r:,:: Princip- -
)isscFANNIEfLEAVELL, :y: AssistanE
~Iade, emProf.pits P.OWUBER :C IcaDY't
s bd sateof he looi, ~ (C il ein o 18th1* S EPTEMBE,U187.
ow pntedby ebilty o a concernedII asII thoroug aneaionIcan be
obtainedlt thi, Sioolaasyafany Femal
nerizngeffct ac nt ol ISemiar inteSate.
ionibd ain advancet, ors- I sA.acoiysurd
For particulal,panqsirefofhe P.yBOOZER
~ to tron, helthy,an Mindshs furniVaheyd foe uinesslomen to
loss ofl) Co dwmn n rtut ta e te iia nstitutionalV.or
en aldsasest oeiginabt ies TinugMn ekn m
i a tate of i tribl.o,o c
Saeeo thtec btle. Bein PERUeeoy e
romAN SYRUPl,lin nth forns. Wegaateitsouriutonncm
owe bycoresodn F re a peinofcus,orrfn- etres
OW,Lbu ar permn, pintr,ffeecu- tdnsrmTxa,Lus
Eng Wtengath,Akanss,gisrisipindn Aleam
i ino Dalparts of the sysfotem,lrsofths RET 3UI
Persnd engging uphs and haing Con
ousasindthm aiigtome ter CT Hsio ~E*cia
vo hous befreST.jpLOUIS,houMO.,l
Tp h eous h,and e been thangedAR KN
rey t canse of nohise emcept yoh, ermA
ues,r whom tstntee,hehy atnd
uppyment a n shd boenpai and A
tale Bth gieCash ra........ 30
use conhatigo2Bt, each botte0hs P RU
One.AN f ayaPbloninnc,the blance
ETJ,.OL & BRUE, PrpietD.ors,ST N,S.C
July 1 28-tonPac,Bo.n
S o $20y e Dna y!e Ages nted!RYiEC
ePfeersex, engagng orhs old avin hadms amsAgr& o,Bner,Cal
awokrsssin the, fain momet,o t on,.r
te thared th ame a if e. Barthcl had U or, r no Bn,Cals
eene. Arqures bout& Co Pornd
ae. couse consisting of S.20lBaAug, 20ch88-Sm
e time, than at anything else. Particulars L. D. Mowry, Pres. Union Bank, Charles
ee. Address G. Stinson & go , o d, too. S. O. Aug. 20, 38-Sm. i
DRi,ESSED FLOORINXG, CEILING, W'
terns of Mouldin-s made, over 100,
lantel-1Ieces, Door and Window Frames
ls, Ballusters of Walnut or Yaho -gany, oi
ork made as cheap at this establishment
n1 hand the largest stock of the above,Soi
ntee Will give entire satisfaction to all w
The subscribers are the only prv:ticalI3
arrying on the business in the; City of Chi
tate, Georgia, North Carolina anda FloriN
wenty years.W. .
W . .
D160SEST FLO RCENGW
OTI.Oscn of theng mannoer 1in
lanelHecs.Doo ad Wndwtre s
2.2s 1 225.ser offet Ahugay.
Thi a s Ce atrdn tho etof Cong
in of the Larist ok of thrae a Wassi
The oadsibths Sate t oALF priAES,
Mar. 2, 18783-1-1 Y.
Sy : rte s; iaDhino.
tac ei. orhWCarlind Fc.
nOtey1873,- abyoI. o th mannero. in t
tiee of theLbrrian of Corea,at WfGash i
Mar. 2, 17-5-.
SE iNG MAHin
BUYTHE BELSTO !
liLtheAEIAT ill Last a Life Ti
At i .-Wprortoalotesfriml
:bn$h est finisheed, n.aeo
nattr Ah w ec rch. e vZer d
itiche , ru2lghtan aos nosls
ThCalnrd aic oriyoursetlf.Cou
Sodo the most y .HHL rea onable term
Seistsacin guaranteed. e
Noe lady who asn wowill inglyi
Iesres toehaveronoed. yte et
;hnLsThe b &fWirnsheasil and wideth
Alnd eysmiane formmyourhemlfo
olde n rfeee to rasaloter
tinnacE tion aat.
SE I G M Cit r..MwrsSoe
NoHed can frho toe wou prerlittl
Antie'svSer's, w Dotic an n
lis n reerchieo all duerts.
Thiochie to the ptremofuMrs.
L.H.REUsanL. . SLIGH, ae
gent rNwer, h a ef
The Fa..moily' Favorite
Isow, onEiiton, aondi rad fort
L.R. Dad. C.SOWHtER
For New~berry and Laurens Counties
I have one of the New Weed Sewing
~hnes tn use in my family, and in addi
o the satisfaction it gives my wife
laughter, I will add my own opinion
>ractieel mechanic, that for Piarscxr
WonXissli17 in build, ease of mnanip
ion, sitmplicity of construction and re
ess of adjustmet, it is so-r EXCEL.tED
ny other Senitig machine in the mnarke
JESSE' IL LORI
fechan,ical Editor of "Scientific Americ
Aug. 27, 34-tf.
Godey's Lady's Book and * bear
Ghromo, for Three Dollars a year.
The Aidine, a Fine Art Journal, and
ne Chromos, for Five Do'llars a year.
Send in your subscriptions early.
Also, Writing Desks, Portfolios, &c.
Nov. 27, 48-tf.
A deairable STORE ROOM on Main Sti
between Marshall's & Phifer's.
Apply at once to
MRS. D. MOWEi
ep. 1C) Ra.-tL
sk and luidS.
EATHER BOARDS, &c. Over 100 different pat
000 feet on hand, for sale at New York prices.
made to order at short notice. Stair Rail, New
I hand and made to order. Good and buhstantia.
as can be made in the United S:ate:. We have
ith of the city of Baltimore, all of which we guar
ho want good and subs:antial work.
fechanics, Sash, Blind and1 Door Makers, by Trade,
.rleston, and can refer to gen:lemen all over this
a, as to the character of their work for the past;
RUSSELL & CO., Charleston, S. C.
which we box up our work, and our own assump
th ordinary handlin., our goods are shipped over
vhich is a great saving to the purchaser of our work.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.
Drugs A' Fancy Jrtiles.
DR. S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
All the nost approved PATENT MEDI.
CINX-'.S cot-,ntit o: hand.
PiFDIEtIES, SoAPS iand TOILET
A RTICLE7. of th1 choicest cbaracter.
SIEDICIN.ifL LIQUO S, of purest quali
Ptescription; eajilop!mded carefitlY, at
all hours, day and iiiglit.
Mar. 12, '7:--10-if.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE; AND RETAIL
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
SCHARLESTON, S. C.
May .1, 18-i!.
toTHE "SILVEI TONNUtE"
1-The best ORGANS of the Reed
class IN THE WORBLD.
Theet for Churches and Lodges.
TheBes fo SudaySchools,
iThe Best for Parlors and Vestris.
The Best for Academies and Colleges.
1W.- Theesatfor PublicHalh
ct7 The Best for Orchestraland Stage.
me These instruments, which for sweetness of
gatone and elegar.c3 of appointment stand un
red. valled, have met with unprecedented success
,Do inl this country andabroad.
rops MANUFACTIRED BY
andE,PNE IIM & 9N
2ESTAB3LISIIEDA 1N 1846.
Nos. 113, 1415, & 117 East 23d St.,
Respons5ibO.le! parties applying for agencies
I.in sections still unsupp,lied, wilt receive
prompt atention and liberal inducements.
N !Iaries residing at a distance from our an
t horized agent:s, may order from our factory.
Send for illustrated price list.
pat Aug. 13, 32--6:.
usl BROTHER .JONATHAN,
ut A LARGE FAMILY PAPER,
Is Published Weekly at $1.25 a Year.
la- It has been enlarged to 32 long columns,
and is now the cheapest paper of the kind
the in the world. Ti:. DoLt.aas in greenbacks
given to one out of each fifty new subscri
hers. Specimen copies sent free.
Our Book Catalogue sentt free.
Send cash orders to
und Brother Jonan' an Publishing Co.,
4S Bektman St., New York.
em, Oct. 8, 40-3m,.
Ma- The LATEST and BEST
Lin HOE for COTTON
as a Ever manufactured.
ula Capital for gardens also.
adi- To form an idea of its great adaptability andl
by wonderful merits, come atnd examuine. Au!
t. invoicejust received by
)- jau 8 1 3AYfES & MAlkTIN.
TIIE STATE OF SOUTII CARO
-LINA. LAURENS COUNTY.-.
To Louis M. Franks, Alice M. Franks, Su
san Bramlett, Mary Morgan, devisees of
tiful Nehemiah Franks, y,ho died leaving .a
two You are he.eby required to appear at
the Court of Probate, to he holden at Lan
rens C. iL., for Laurens County, on the 17th
,&e day of Novenbe:r rext, to show canse, if
any you cani, why the real E<tate and per
sonal prop -rty of Nehemi th Franks, dec'd,
described in' the petition of William II.
__Franks, filed in my oIRice, should not he di
vided or sold, allotting to the said Wiilianm
IT. Fr.mks, one half thereof, and the remain
reet, ing on?-ialf in! equal portions to the said
Louis M. and Alice M. Franks.
Given under my hand and seal, this 8th
day of October, A. D). 1873.
O,t. 2 C. LAliK, Probate Judge.
stationery wal Bitndag,
NEW STITIMERY HlOS4
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and hand
iome building immediately opposite the
PbConlix office, on Main street, a complete
omprising Letter, Cap and No:e Paper, of
ill sizes, qualities and of every L-scription;
Flat Papers of Cap, Demy. Double-Osp, Me
nm, Royal, Super-Royal, and flfperial
1zes, which will be sold in any quanicy, or
nanufactured into Blank Books of any sie,
tr ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
"t e, at short notice.
n endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
)f every variety, Memorandua and Pas;
looks, Pocket Books, Invo*ce and Letter
looks, Receipt Books, Now. flooks.
ARCMi fFCs and IJUAUGiHTSMEN will
nd a complete stock of materials for their
se. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
ristol Boards, Potal Paper and Bouids, Oil
aper, Peseik, WaterColors, in cakes and
oxCs, Brushes, Crayo.ss, Drawing Pens.
f every description; a great variety of con
enient and useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
Alios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
Also, a most elegant stock of Gold Pens
nd Pencil Cases, snperbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
ad Copyin; Mucilage; Che%s and Back
ammon Mcn and Board (: Visiting and Wed
ing Curds, and everythiig usually kept in a
irst Glass Stationery goose,
Vhich the subscriber intends this shall be.
He will still conduet his BINDERT and
LANK BOOK MANUFACTORT aud PA
ER-RULING ESTABLISH1MENT, which
as been in suceesful operation for over
birty years in this State, and to which he
ill continue to devote his own personal at
MntWn. His stock will be kept up full and
omplete, and his prices will be found always
Dasoublc, and he hopes to have a share of
E. R. STOKES, Main Street,
Nov. 15, 4-tf Opposite Phcenix Office.
.uthorzed Capital.... ....... 2,000,O
;uarautecd Capital............ 5u,000
Depo.itel % ih State Comptroi!eri
for tsecurity of Policy lBo!ders. .$15,000
W. U. Jonzs...............President
WV. S. HOI:r..... ...........ie-President
Gi:o. S. Osun...... ..........Secretary
JW.r ........eneral Agent
J. Msa:n tz:s, M. D.,...Meical Ex'r
W. J. Maeu. ..........Sup't of Agencies
l. F. McC....................Actuary
NEWn:RRY C. H., S. C.,
Deecmiber 19. Wi72.
A t a meeting of Policy Holders, at
Nerry C.u H., a Boazrd of Advisory
fr.te fthe COTTON~ STATES
LIFE INSURANCE~ COMPANY
was orpnuized, and the following offi
froM.u S. MooR.M.A. - President
WM L.GFORI.. - Vice-President
3 L. SCIUMPERtT, - - Secretary
The Company is in the finest possi
>le condition--having $1Wto $100
A Divideni has been declareo on
ill Policies issued prior to January
M. W. ABNEY,
Feb. 20, S-tf.
Most Wonderful Invention
OF THE ACE.
f.Moses' Electro-Galvanie, Pat. ynne 2d, '68
A.tached to th ese patented Spectacles
ire two s'cientifically constructed Galvanic
Batteries-unseen when worn-delivering
:rough the nerves of the head
& Soft and Continnous Stream of Eleceict
Vitalizing and giving healthy action to
are beautiful system of those parts.
~OLTiELY and CERTAINLY CU
Parial Paralysis of the Optic Nerve,
r Diseased Vision, Neuralgia of the
r F.aee, Nervous Twitches in tho M
f the Face, Noise in the IIead,
~lental Energy, and a host of Nerv
~ass arising from depression of the
nergy of the systemi.
Contributing in a most astonis
LIFE, VIGOR AND HEm.
y tile means of the soft and flowing s
> Electricity, ,giving brightness to the E.
yickness to the Ear, and energy to th
T.vare set with lenses of the fi
ianuacture, to suit all sights, and 4
;asses for those, not needing Spectacles
-Call with, but desiring the benelitst
lerived fronm wearing the Batteries;
tre to be had in this vicinity only of
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware,
NEWBERtRY, S. C.
Sone are Genuine unlesqs each pair stamped
3. MoSES' ELECTOALVANIC,
Patented Jrne 2d, l18S.
A pr. 9, 14-tf.
DECOR ATIVE P AINT ER,
PAPER-11ANGING and KilOXINING.
Having provided himself with all the Ia
et imzproved ladders and other ~tools and
mpeents of his trade, is nowr prepared to
~erformi all work in his line of business with
eatness, durability and dispatch.
COUITRY JOBS WILL EE ATTENDED.
By the arrangements which lhe has com-.
'le':d he will be able to do the several
>ranches of his trade at th.e LOWEST POS
Terms Cash on the completion of work.
If you want me and don't see me, inquire
it H. II. Blesse's Tin and Stove 'store.