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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 January 1871

r LS IS PUBLr8anBD EVERY WEDNESDAY SIOl!NIN G, At Newberry . IL., By Thos. F. & R.1:1. Gronekor, Editors and Proprierors. TNEEsiI $NALkkV Invariably In Advarice. _.__ . _- }__ ._._ -_ . -. N1C7 :7..u.1" 1 Na Q.rn fo r y r to e ed a t th e ex p ;ration o fl t t th Q'" The Mmark donote expiration of sb- r orr{p n" V o l. V Y, - AdAC IIU I itv Itim en .lts nper at o r bd e ces oif meett~ings,j~ bi ktaisadtiue > c sllocal o steppd t hecx!rtln t ~ ~ ,W E D N E S D A Yj~ M 1~ OR N IN G , J A IN I A R1 Y 1 iq~ vt,IIOrt vuc0t naoert _____ _ __ _ _ _ _ _1. From the New York Ledger. Sn sY I.vANUs Co 1, Jia. Charles Falconor was young for ho responsible a place. Though only ,hree.and-twenty, he was cashier in a wholesalo house, and large suns of money passe.d dnnily through his hands. His Father had been a cashier before him, and it was believed that honesty ran in the blood. From carliest boy hood Charles had been noted for the promptness and tithfulness with which he had discharged al...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 January 1871

dodn3day, January 8, 18I1. A Happy New Year. The bright dawning of the new year, I which, after the cold and ugly weather of the past few weeks, seemed almost like the bursting of spring time, may be taken as an augury of hope.that the year 1871 %%ill be brighter and happier than - that which has just been folded in the past. We irdulge in this natural and innocent hope, ard heartily, earnestly wish onr numterous renders a happy, glad new year. Although we have pass ed through sorro:vs and tt ibulations, which have tried our people sort ly, yet have we cause for r,ejoicing, now while { Making a retro<pect, that while we have pased through them all, nith here and there a sear, to tell the tale, we h:ive been spared thus far, and through a kind and mereiful Providlence are brought to the threshold of another year, and under circumstances indeed favorable. We have cause then for rej-iicing and for thankfulness, that the good God, our kind Father, "hath cared for us", in sup plying o...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 January 1871

REMOVAL. DR. S. F. FANT Having removed from his former store under the hotel to th; Large and Elegant Rooms Next to the Messrs. Chick, Takes pleasure in inviting his friends and the public to call on him there. His stock of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Is large, fresh and complete. An Elegant Assort ment OF FRESII PERFUMERIES and TOILET AR TICLES, For Christnias. At DR. S. F. FANT'S. LANDRETII'S GARDEN SEEDS And ONION SETTS, FRESH AND WARRANTED, At DR. FANT'S. NON EXPLOSIVE LAMPS. The only safe and RELIABLE LAMP IN USE. 'For Sale at DR. FANT'S. Dec. 21, 51-tf. FOR THE llOIlYS. FRE1CII and A31ERICAX Confectioneries OF ALL KINDS. FIRE WORKS, All descriptions. Oranges, Apples, Raisins, OYST ERS. The clioicest brands of AT G. HAUSER'S. C HRIS TM4S RIFFLE Of ELE(ANT MERSCI[AUM PiPES. Gall inl and take a ebnc at some thijng. eeganit Dec. 11, 5O-lt. T HXE SIN GrE R! NE WI FAlT MILEW ENG M V lllN!E, is Dow offeredl for s:ile on easy~ terms, ni thC S. C. Silk. Thread, Needles awl1 M:ichin...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 January 1871

I LOVE YOU. I r.Eon: yo-t-is t.e stni;.k'st way "e thing TI !eel to t-ll; Iet if I toid it ill the day, You"i never gu n"":how Nell You are tty comfor t and my light M v cery I'e you seem ; I think of you all day ; all night 'Tis bu of :ou I '!re:an. Thetre's t+lea=:re in the lightest word That yon ean spvak to me; I1y son; i" like the .i:"lian cbo:"I, At:d viba-.~ea ..s to toe. I nover re.:o tim love iong yet, So ti r!ii:;,, flo.dl or t lie, Ilut in me own heart I have met Sutne kinder thoughts for you. I ,hs the ch:uIowS of vour ftc, The light upon your lair I like for i:ours to sit -u:d tr2ce The pas.in_" changes thwre ; I love to bear N our voice's toti, Althouh ymi ,bo'id nt :-aV A ,ing'e noil to drer-; i l-n Oh: !yott :,rc himi tr the becant That ni:.ruts nh r'r i" 11l1.vs; Anl you :re ::e. tie as : 4rearn Off h::ppyfa :e :y - NA on ::re s'ren: to do the right, Ad sti:t the w icua to flee And if you .-re not halt so bright, You're 'd! the worb4 to ne The Baby-What a Man Has to...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 January 1871

IADERTISINC RATES. If A dv rt iem eni inse edn athe rae f $ 1 EvEr~Y WED ESDAX I S for each s.useqnent inetionI. D)oshM * 15PCBISH D G column adve rements sen percent on abo s. EVERY EDNeSDAy MONI G , n ceso me s rdnar Aspecial notices in local column ceNS ByTh- H -per li r-nc. ic-ofr f4flf,U By F. & R. H. Greneker, aersemented her of insertions will be kept in till fubMd Editors and Propre'ors. and charged accordingly. Speiy, cntactemsd wihsarg uw, Invariably in Advance. ~yTh, p:per iq step;.cd :i the expiration of TVUN ~ A T Y J, ~ .~ 'it is pd. Vol. VH. WEDNESDAY MORN IN G, JAN 2. 7 The / mark d^notes expiration of sub irition. - - - WINNING AND LOSING A WIFE. The young crescent moon hung, r like a-cnrved thread of silver, in the orange hnrizmn tf at still burn ed and glowed where the sun had set more than an hour ago. From the woods that crested the gentle slope, :ame at intervals the plain tive cry of the poor whip-poor will, znd the whole scene was full of delicious repose...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 January 1871

dAdnosday, January 10, 18 1. Agents Wasted for the L^e eiemorial Volume. The jniversity Pub'ishing Comipan) are 44ious to secure .the services of agents for the sale of this attractive vnl utne.. Old Confederate soldiers, teach ers,adi-s and others, will do a good work -r -a good: cause by taking this sMatr in hind. Apply-. tlo. University Publishing Com pany No. 4 Bond-st., New York. The Rev. W. W. Hiels. Bro. Rude of the Lutheran Vi4tor, published at Columbia, says that the Rev. W. W. Hicks has been dismissed froty,%e Evangelical Lutheran Synod to the'lethodi.t Episcopal Church, South. Lest thsre he some doubt as to a hat portion of the C.urch South the Rev Dr. has been turned over to, we state that it is ythe Georgia Conference, and not that of South Carolina. 4 ..Carolins Agricultural and fechani^al ... - Society. From an advertisement elsewhere it will be noticed that the Stockholders of the Joint SEock Company and members of tie-ahve Sneicty are requested to tanjgWtday the 8th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 January 1871

dadnesday, January 10, 1871 Ageats Wated for the L-e Memorial Volume. The University Publishing Company are arpious to secure . the services of - agents for the sale of this attractive vol ume.. Old Confederate soldiers, teach - er,'Tadis and others, will do a good worc-i ra gnod: cause by taking this matUMr in hltnd. Apply..to. University Publishing Com pany No. 4 Bond-st., New York. The Rev. W. W. Hies. Bro. Rude of the Lutheran Visitor, published at Columbia, says that the Rev. W. W. Hicks has been dismissed frou,%ie Evangelical Lutheran Synod to the lethodi"t Episcopal Church, South. Lest th:re he some doubt as to awhat portion of the Ciurch South the Rev Dr. has been turned over to, we state that it is the Ge'orgia Conference, and not that of South Carolina. tl _.CarOliaa Agricultural and Nechani:al - Society. From an advertisement elsewhere it will be noticed that the Stockholders of the Joint Siock Company and members of ethtre Society are requested to to nday the 8th of-Febr...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 January 1871

-'d SHERIF'S SALE. David B. Wicker et. al., vs. Levi Living. ston, et. al. In the Probate Court-Ci tation. By order of James C. Leahy, Probate Judge, I will sell on the first Mondn in Feb. ruary next, all that tract or parcet of land in Newberry County and State aforesaid, con taining Thirty-three Acres, More or less, bounded by lar-ds of William Bishop, Henry Koon, John H. Graham, and Derrick, or of the laud of Andrew Wicker, deceased. Terna of Sale Gash. THOS. M. PAYSINGER, Jan 11 2-3t. ti. S. N. C. State of South Carolina, County of Newberry-In (ommon Pleas. Tbotpas M. Lake, Clerk, &c. Plaintiff vs. Thomas Odell and others, Defendants. Coo}plaint to sell land, &c., &c. Ps atitt to an order in this ease I will yell on Saleday in February next, all that tract of land known as "Kennedy Place" containing Two Hundred and Sixty Acres, More or less, on Duncan's Creek, in the County and State aforesaid, bounded by lands of Holloway Hill, Joshua Duncan, John Ray and others. Te...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 January 1871

HOPE'S 8ONG. r r j(siing ,in-.i^r.: sw'eetly,' Sott ly in ::n tdnertone, Singing as if G,id had taught it, "It is bett. r tartler On!" Ni;,ht;l diy. i.t sing the satne song, Sings it while I sit alone, * I 40 thiheiart canl h,-ar it, "It is better f. -her oil i ttbnihc grave and sitis it, o gS it when the heart would -roan, fitgs-it whien the shadowv darken, "It 4s-bctter farther on!" Farther on? Ilow mLeh !arther ? en't tfie miktones oac by one, -i cditiin,ouly trusting - "It is better farther on Washington Correspondetee of the N.Y. !erad A Queer Story. itC'HFPORT- FROM SOCTI CAROtNA -TtilE LA'RENS CA3PAtGN AND ITS HE SL --DAS KEtKIGAN AND HIS BAND. At the late election in South Carolina elevt- thztioaist., wuhite . and ctl,bred, we? kired .at Lt.ureus Gourthou.-e, amontg tl,em heitg a Mr. Po" ell, a na tive of Ohio and Ju<ge of Probate of the gr ty.,'1n coeoquence of rcpresevnta. :sde to .the' war department by S:stc authurities, who declar6d them-elves powerless to enforce th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 January 1871

Ji VERT!SNC RATES. y4H E H E R A L D - -~ p'r square-one inch-for first insertion, and IS PUBLISHED - $1 for each subsequent insertion. Double EVERYWEDNSDAYMOl~NNG, ,Joimn ndvertiemenlts ten per cent on abov. EVERYWENESAYMNINotices or meetings, ohituaries and tributes At Xwbery C H. I~~-' i2 ~ 4of respect, same rates per square as ordinary At 'Newberry C. H., ByTh~ F &B H Ge\k~ . c ~- Secial notices in local column 20 centi By Thos. F. &R. H. Greneker,rne Editors and Proprietors. broinrtions wil berked itill frid and charged accordingly. - S?S, ein Advnce ----- ______T_/______,__ __Speci:d enract.ande with large 'advr. Invarialy - --~ -.*~--- - -----.-.--..----- ----.------- -_-_ iser__,_with- l:berru widhductionsdec onus bovabov rates. Invariably in Advance. * - al The paper is stopped at the expiration ofwa ime for which it ipaid. Vo1 VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1871. Io. 3.n The ; mark denotes expiration of sub Terms cription. [From the New York Ledger.] BY AMY RA...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 January 1871

XT.Rue R b iS. Ce dednesday, January 18. 187I. strictly CRs. From this date we mnust do a strietl% cash busines . Transient advertising, therefore, jul work and subscriptions must be paid foi cash, from this time. This rule will be carried out with all Everything we use in this office requires - the cash, and we are forced to demand it in return. Those indebted to this office are re quested to pay up immediately and save us and themselves trouble. Something Inst be Done. So says the Radical press of the State, and so howls the insensate por tion of the Legislature, and that something whieh they would have done, and that inmedi ately, is precisely what every honest, peace-loving man deprecates-nothing less than the organization of a black militia, and the precipitation of a con flict which will only end in the annihila tion of one race or the other. And that other, is it necessary to say which it will be? We did hope that with the triumph of the party at the last election, that we co...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 January 1871

Last and Final Notice. J LL persons ir-debted to the old firm of BRAMS, GRIFFIN & IIARGROVE, will .11 take due notice of this and save any further F trouble and expense. We tnst have our St DUES. ABRAMS & METTS. Pi Jan. 4, 1-tf. cc re= C REMOVAL. C DR. S. F. FANTo Having remoived from his former store under the Hotel to the Large and Elegant Rooms Next to the Messrs. Chick, Takes pleasure in inviting his friends and the public to call on him there. His stock of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Is large, fresh a'l co:tuplete. ii An Elegant Assortment OF FRESH PERFUMERIES and TOILET AR TICLES, For Christm:as. e At 1)R. S. F. FANT'S. rt :iNDRETII'S GARDEN SEEDS And ONION SETTS, C J 'RESII AND WARIRANTED, I At DR. FANT'S. NON EXPLOSIVE LAMPS. tr The only safe and RELIABLE LAMP iN USE. d For Sale at DR. FANT'S. Dec. 21, 51-tf. The Cash System. The undersigned have from this date de termined to adopt strictly the Cash System in their business, believing it to be to the interest of ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 January 1871

- NO MOR E. T;!, is;it h: rde . " the heatt, We live to !ove., v.e meet to part, And;p.r' to mIeet on erth 1:: tmorr,, We ch. - ach o::'r to :;e At6dilkict to tm-et on earth co :nore. There i= a!tim for 'r::r: t ,., For de' t a!! :d l::rk: 'o 'soar. The timet :';trs i.y wh. a %. part To-,mert uol. she earth ,. n :ret ; Tihe time for teatrN i., whe w:" e p.:rt To imert on ih, t" i,!," e":il t!h no more. The M eiit-:ll rs and (r;'ldar, calls attention to the apathy or In differenci e :hich cx1st: in couultrV lac4s f having the damp, sepul chral :iilr of cliurches. locked up during the six days of the week. improved by heating efure the .&rtegaotiOn as emhbles. I t is wei known that persons predlisposed tottXrorne('iCaffections sul'er severe ly y. siing in Cold churches t rroughout the mornitig service. All that can be said is, that when thie. temp erature and condition of Ahd at.uosphere of churches is neg lected, it is an essential of great moment overlooked, and that pIer sons c...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 January 1871

_____ ____________________________________________________________________________ _ADVERT--ISADNCTIRATERTES TflE HERALD emeee IS PUBLISHED f s inD MOflXXG, [~ I ' l~ ~co inin dvertiments ten per cent on above. 4 Y WEDNESDAY MOI.tics ormeetings, obituaries and trnit AtI c berr C. ., IIIr irYr of repeer, same rats per square s ordinry Au.Newberry C. H., avrsmns ~y Tos.F. R.H. reneer,4 / ~' ' ISecial noces in local column 20 cents $y Tos rdvuetisements not marked with the num Editors and Proprietors. ber of insertions will be kept in till forb1d and charged accordingly. Invariably in Advance. fpm Tb. cper is Stopped at the expiration of - ifor wicr'it is paid. Vol. VII. WEDNESDAY IMIORTING, JANUARY 25, 1871. No. j n ne-an itch. E- ThicX mztk denotes expiration of sub OUT OF WORK. 'It's rIo use, Maria, I've tried everywhere." '"But you are not going ,o give up, -Peter ?" "Give up. How can I help it? Within four days I have been to every book-bindery in the city, and not a bit of work c...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 January 1871

Vs Adednesday, tJanual'y 25, 18N. Chief Consta:le Hbiard Shot-At. We learn that a difliculty occurred on Saturday, in Columbia, between 1)' Gieger and Ghief Constable liubbard. which ea:ne to blows, and that I)r. . shot at Iluhard unfortunately. The ball struck, but glancing off did not i: fliet serious it jury. l)oes the chief wear a coat of mail ? A Seeming Disposition. The Columbia Union says: "General Anderson has returned from his investi gation of the troubles in Union county, and from what we can glean, matters have quieted down very much there, and a seeming disposition prevails, to prevent a recurrence of the fearful outrages, that have disgraced a porti> n of the county, on several occasions." Its a reluctant admission. The Impeacmment Trial. The court of impeachment for the trial of Judge Vernon, assetnbled on Ft iday last. Judge Vernon's counsel is Colonel Pope, and the mar agers are assisted by Worthington and Ellioi t. Judge Vernon plead not guilty to each of the ar...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 January 1871

A LARGE LOT COW PEAS FOR SALE. B. MOORMAN & CO. Jan. 18, 3-tf. Paper Wrapped Tobacco. Something pew and pure: Can be had tr! Y-. ' '%3 ' D:i-g. ~tore. ManufacturtI F- ". It. Tretwell, ag't., for Dr. R. D. Hlays, T'atentee: Jan. 18, ;;-4t. MALESCHOOL, Limestone Springs, S. C. TIlE 13th Anrual Session nilI begin WEDNErDAY, EBRUARY 1.5th, 1871. Course of Instruction-E::glish, Classical, Mathematical, Commercial. For Circulars, address Jan. 1S, 3-5t J. B. LY LE. State of South Carolina. County of Newberry-In Common Plen. Eliza R. Stewart, as Adn'x of the Estate of Robert Stewart, deceased, Plaintiff, vs. Joseph Pearson and Nancy Pearson, his wife, James W. Stewart, James E. Stew art, Sophronia C. Stewart, Cally A. stew art, Charles A. Stewart, Robert C. Stew. Art, Mary A. Augspath, James Y. Harris and John Coate, I)efendants.-Conplaint for Relief.-[Complaint served.] To the Defendants: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint annexed and serve a copy of your answ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 January 1871

Be of Good Cheer, Pil,rimI Pilgriut;is thy jout i.r,:ar ? .\re its ligtts e.*tine: forever? Still euppress that iis:ng tear; God forsakes the righteous, never. Storms may gather o'er thy path, All the ties of life may sevmr; Still, amid the:fearful scath, (od forsakes the righteous, never. Pain may rack thy wasting form, We Atl -desert thy cotih forever Faith. still burns in deathless flame, God forsakes the righteous, never. DEATrr or a BRtIDE.-The Louisville Commercial of the 28th says: A gen tlentan Wo came down from Lexington by enirg train yesterday informs us tn't,ju.t before starting he heard that a dispatch had been received by ft iends of lon. James B. Beck, announcing the death, from typhoid fever, of his eldest dauFter, recently married to Mr. Cur coran, sen- of the well-known Washing ton banker of that name. Our informant was not sure of the place of her death, but thought she was at the time some where iq,New-. York. If the report is true, the uncertainty of human life ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 February 1871

I~ A Isr'inLIHE --A Vrti%omente lisrted at the ratoo* 00 EJRY WEDNE96AVY MOllNINitol. ayi(t~ IUKBn po cneron abt. ctim$ t"tver! tsement ten per-cent onbve At N ew berry 0. H .,d V; isge ( g i, . or ro4es er, /suaffe prt qitu ias (Urdinary BoiTh& Hknotices F.io cal co&tU nl R. cont Edi1tors and P'roprietors. per iwp Advrtiemetsnot marked with the nuim Invarlably in Advance.- - - - - - - -n.ud charged accordingly. Q - T i epbr Is stop ed at tho expiration of - - ---- ------- - - ------ -rtY(ielJuc eot o are .a te. tm e fo r w h ic it Is p u fti o- -b 'ma mark donote9 expiration of sub-. */ - -e E DNESDAY MORNING' FEI UR3,171 o .o.t 2 sfTth -br---ip- ------l-rmna.a ExperIence of New York Roughs In South Caroll ha. The following documents, ro, tontly published in the Now York qun and Charleston News, have bxcited sucl general intorst. that iro publish thcm entire. The ews says: We print in another colums an arti,lo from the New York Sun, of Monday, purporting to be the vol. unta...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 February 1871

""' A Ei'BRRY'. Sa C T --- Tt dednesday, February 'I 18 . The ima Im riali Came to an abrupt termination or. Tuesday and Within a few minutes of the sitting of the "high" court, by the pro- 3 F a peraclion ofJjdge.Vernon in tendering his a resignation. It 'was right and proper f for Judge Vernon to act thus in the a premises, and wise in' the high Court c of Legislation to accept, as by this course 'j a heavy iteui of expense is saved the t State. c Gen. A. C.Garlington. The Atlanta Intelligencer announces that our friend ahd former citizen, Gen eral Garlington, is associated as chief as- u sistant on the editorial staff of that pa- a per. A forcible writer is Gen. G., and C the readers of the Intelligencer have cause for congratulation, that he has ta- h ken a position whicb will bring him be- 1 fore them se constantly, and in so favor- f able a lighC, We welcome him upon his entrance once more to the duties of the editorial chair. d Nx has Fallen. A virtual lndfoftbe war may be lo...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 February 1871

ETIWAN SOLUBLE: A: SULPHUR] MANUFACTt ETIW.A.ST CH A RLE s'I &JLIIJf1 " lUlIN D SE The now well-known E UA N O i phases of South Carolina. Thetse 'hosphates .o be grond to powder, and made Soluble by .pration the larget Sulphric Acid Chamber ssanactdre at the lowest rates, the highest g er she proportion ofhSoluble PhoSphate which feqaired per aere. In order to m:ake the Fertii s iaat quantities are added. With these views ETIWAN Wparranted to ecntain from 15 to 20 PER CE OF LIME. and from 2 to 2 per cent. of AM TIAN GUANO and Pc oiASH, to adapt it to e $0per son, and interest 7 per cent. per annu DISSOLV bf high grade, suitable for Manufacturers or I i WIer, and specially adapted for compost. As 0 dissolve the Phophate, this will be found a i aterlal. The grade furni<hed will be from 11 lrWes $40 pettn.cash. On time, A45, with i Ieadss wrill befurnished. to order at an additioi ...COM POUN ND ACI 1peeially prepared for composting with cottot $33 per son, cash; on time m40, w...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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