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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 October 1873

__ -- . : ~ . *- - * te--, . .., - *.. - -.. . . - -- - * - - -*-- - - - ~ - A IFamily Companiom, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets &c. Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER '29, 1873. No. 4. THE HERALD IS PUBLISnED EVElY WXDNESD.kY MolINING, It Newberry C. U., B~Y M(HO. K 6BMEKER, dfifa I H0i9P6oiird Ternu, 9.5O per anu Iuv2ri2b'y in Aaivance. f7'- The Aper is stopped at the expiration C 0me fur which itis paid. t 4he;ma d4notes eutiem t Ofb TfEl IRih WIDOIW' VE~ S.AGE TO HEER SON. emember; Dennleg irde you SO: Tell him we're v.eli aud happy, thank th< ~Lord. ]Daenimr troublAM since.be weax w ton'll mind. aviek, and never say a word Of cires and- trouh!cs, sure, we've all om I he fairest %um iner is not always fair. relI him the slowtd efer calved in May, S-he died poor thing; but that you needn't nind, Mor tilwhe constant -ruin destroy'd the Ust Vbied G wai ever kind, And when the fever spread the eoantry o'er, Ii I; kcjt the icness from our g -t t...

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. — 29 October 1873

FI NEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29, 1873. A PAPER rOR THE PEOP, E. The Herald Is iin the highest respect a Fam ily Newspa r, devotod to the material a terests of _ people of this County and the State. It circulates extensively, an<l as an Advertising medium offers unrivalled ad. vantaes. Fr Terms, see Arst page. Our Enlarged Paper. We have the pleasure this week of presenting the readers of the HERALD with a much larger and better paper. The idea of enlargement was conceived with hope-the material ordered with' confidence-and when the projqct had advanced so far that it must be car ried out, the panic came. We have had some misgivings, but the deed is done, and with undiminished trust, and a due amount of patience and per severance, we will stick to the ship till the reward is reaped-believing that like bread east upon the waters it will return after many days. The HERALD is before you, reader, and it would be egoti'tica' to say more. We merely add that, to old and new sub scr...

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. — 29 October 1873

Special and Local. LEGAL ZOTICM. By order of J. C. LeAhy, Epq., the heirs of S. S. SieX and Geo. A. Epting, are reqsired to appea at Prob.te Court, on the 5th of De eember. 49--R. J. (L.Sith, as Clerk of Court, apples for Administration on estate of Lura C. L:a ik. Court to be held o:s the 9th of Dec. 43-5t. Sume 96humpert applies for Administra tion on estate of S. P. Schumpert. Court to be held on the 6th of Novemjber.' 43-2-. J. C. Smith, as Clerk of Court, a lies for Administration on estate of Wtn. Effau. Court to be held on the 9th of Dec. 0-5L J.C.:Snib, as Cwrk ef Cort. aple-i for Adminiutratio:en aetate of 31. E. Chuppefl. Catt to beNeld on the 9th of Dee. 43-5t Creditors of estate of Michael Wicker, and Anderson Wicker, are required to present claims to the Probate Court, on or before the 15th of -November. 43-2t. . By order of she Probate Judge, John A. 2oneri defendant in the e.we .of W. W. Hea,eal, Adsa'r., of George H. Soozer, dee'd. vs. John A. Roo.zer, Thomas N. iooz...

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. — 29 October 1873

LIVTIV ~ r..4L (:1Y through tj e mist or3.mi: 3ltk'"~ Co"UrY~ home atPpemr! MMilter busy all the day In ow. corn, or making hay, My mother. mov:ng with delght Among abe milk pans, silver brigt!t e_cUlrea just from school set free, Fillig the garden with oar glee. The blood of life was flowing warm Wbe I was living on a farm. Ihea the swmeet Chureb.ong bel, As o'er the fields its music fell; I see the coutry neighboM rotn. Gathering 'nea,h the pleasant sound. Ther.stop awhile beside the door To t4kiheir homely-matters o'er The springing porn, the ripening grain, And " how we need a little rain'; "A litlosun will do no harm, We want good weather for the farm." When Au.umn came, what joys to see The -adierln- of the busking bee' To hear the voices keeping tune, Of boS and girls beneath the moon; To mark the golen corn cars bright, More'g5lden in the y.llow li_ht! Since I have learned the ways of men, I often turn to these again, And feel life wore its highest- carm When I was living on...

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. — 5 November 1873

EVERT WEEINTESDAY MORN~ING. At Newberry 0 L BY TI~108. F. 01HEIKEllf, rePmns, I-142,1.5 per~ .1it-if-il A Family CJompaniioli, Devoted to Literature, Tllseliy es giutr, akt,&.tI1.jbIt,I Vl Thei. X an.tuIA deoc(xpirttimi of' VLub Nrol. I~ X( WO. 44.S A M R EG od1U. UESSJE AND i, IN TWO PARTS. From?f JN(lynwia11. I. Enjoy'd your dinter, have you, ty boy Well, come, tat' jolly, you know, Tin111gh I wj-h that flesso had been ler toll,- lie's loughisg to see youk so. Here, boring your chiAir to the fire, old anal and don't be ae'ral o' the wino; A nd we'll havt) a quiet weed, If you like, and ehat on "auld lang syne." So, '.I- seven years sice you went awa gad I have been married live; IV h:t I you thought I 'hadn't the cheek, t liropose to a girl? Why, mana alive, 'Tis the ctrallgeit, the most dul;ghtful thin that ever hapiblpi'd, you see: I didn't 'popl tle quesilon' at all. 'Twi iesale proposed to mel Hiere, EdlIe and Shd, y-ou may run oIf no%% und Iave a gaine o' play; Com-, you ...

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. — 5 November 1873

Y% . 5 1873. f Newspa ,doe esrespect aVam -State. it icaa tUd the ae. pares a The i0dure Buey Htfle bmsiWlia been ac. P6bed as Yet -by the' Assembly W conseqntly we ha*e nothing to e ten r7 riot a The e dvertisements UP"ouW columns this week, foree us to lay over many interesting artile4. If the presure continues we will be obliged to issue an extra. Hon. A. H. Stephens writes to,a friend.in Newberry, under date of Oct. 2t, that he is atill a trea in. valid,1ffering nMuch daily, but that heI iede going to Washington in a few weeks if he gets no worse. Thank, Thanks. The many new.subseribers lately re ceived, and- the wor& of cheer, to. gether with promise for the, ear fu. ture, afford such encouragement that we feel already abnost compensated for the outlay ineurred. in enlarging our paper. Thanks, friends. The AMine. This deightful. instractive and in teresting monthly comes to us regu Lrly. Any one who will take the pains to examine the November num her most be pleased with th...

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. — 5 November 1873

Special and Local. L.LO'.L NOTICES. Uy order uf J. C. .eahy. Esq., the heirs of S. S. Sieg and Ge P A. Epting. are rquired V to appear at Prob te Court, on tle 5!th of De ceraber. 43-5t. J. C. Smith, as Cer.I of Court, applies for Administcarion on estate (if Lara C. L:4rk. O-urt to,beld on ;tvh 9th of Dec. 43-5t. S4a1el Schumpert applies f-,r Adminitra- 1 V0 ie 4'esAte oFS5. P-. Seimtp--rt. Couart -tor bebheld- the.6th of Novmber. 43-2r. J. C.,Smitb, as Clerk of Court,' applies for Administration on e:ate'of WZ. ioland. Court to-be held on the 9th of Dm. .43-5. J. C. Smith, as Clerk of Court. :es for Administra nnestate.ut..E. 'happell. 1 Coert to-e eld ou the 9th of Dec. 43-5t. t Creditors of estate of Michael Wicker, and Anderson Wicker, 'are required to present claims. to the Probate Court, on or before the 15th of Noember. 43-2c. By order of the Probate Jtrdge, John A. Boozer, defendant in the case of W. W. Honseit, Adm'r., of George'U. Boozer, dee'd. Vi. John A. Boozer, Thoma ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 November 1873

t FGFARMER. a 'MA thinks as well &etaibe.V An ,saccessful one. ftkywith or I tlacking in good c farm there is dous. Greatimprove adsholdbemade in - eait of farm labor. 7 r gresirand im Wih tendencyI 'in the aver Pel seMe in the older set- 1 4 I1 the duty of the tO avail himself creme l to in crease his aee> Asrs age29 trop. A seriesi ZpW stntding over a years, usually bi made which the V-OsAcessfEl results. tensive eai them ill, yet to shut our 0- "*Q#I*W a system Ight have in ty years, ago. T seilijmal and hy dro t '*I't of th e atmos destrue tionof In effected t stoTademn the use ni ferailizers ithot giv ing them a fair tria.W arap togbal. We are apt toregard them as useless, and as Se4 that elover-sad grass alone, Wetore t6.original fertility )r make rich whal is now corn paratively Unproduetiv.. If your landchas been reduced by inces santeroppingbeforeyou came into possession of it, is it possible that the expenditure of a small amount of cash capitalerocuring a lim td am...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 November 1873

TwvWERA '-D ADVERTISINC RATES. E'EU W RED ONN, 75e. for each subsequent insertion. Doubl Ediwor an.I Proprietor. Term ,d re pe t onh tve . .re "A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellan Ii a rm ably in A dSaice. rP e nak denotes expirCtioa oio sub- oe t rDms C OhT G 3 N I Tcrip s ,on '. @ p r .f1 U~ - _ _ _ _ _~~ Newberr~y Busiuss Diractory - Curds o Uteferener inserted under ap,prO priate headings in this column. Profei)1n ut an, Merchants. Wechanies aid Trale g4eernlbyj4ihould have a place in this 141 rectory. T.rms moderatc. Dry Gocds, Shoes, &. TITE, L C. & WO.-WholesalO and Re tall Dry Goods dealers. Large assort nent of Shoes ot best make. 4 .CPALL & POOL.-Wholesale and retai Sdealers in foreLn and domestic Dr Goods, Embroideries. Notivns, &c. C P. W. . . 8.-Dealers in Dr 'Goods. cmbracing everything in thal line. lantation supplies. 4 Dy -Gdo, WVr6ceres, Clothing, Has, Shoes, Cotton Buyers, &c. SOVELACE &WH1EXrUR--Dealers InDry Uoods.Uirocri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 November 1873

ri[erahd FRENER, EDTMR, NWERRy,'4 C. NOV. 12, 187 A J'A"Eit FOR- THE I-E0I.E evtei7iz th i. r- eN a e"; Ig-p e 0 laterw~ in t eg h-f i county and th -atem ,extesively. Ln11 a' a er Term, s Ualled a The Fair. The Columbia papers state that a the rra ment have been Complete for the Fair. Entries of stock an 'ther articles are very large, and visit, .rs Dumerous. It will be a livel week in the city. The Abbeville Press and Biannei Las reduced its subscription from $. to $2, in advance. Its worthy edito and proprietor might as well ha7e lefi the price unchanged-the effect of th< pauie is pay at no price. Honorabl( eeeptions of course. The Anderson Fair It is stated Was largely attended, and the display very creditable to -th( people of that county. The premiumW were many and valuable, and the con. tsts spirited. Anderson deserves cred. it for the public spirit manifested ir this as in all other matters of genera int.erest she takes in hand. Whatevei her citizens underLake is carrief ...

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. — 12 November 1873

Special. and Local. LEGAL NOTICEP. ursall F. wil;tn, -yernon . Wiso Thvmas N. Wilson ansi John W'. Wil.01 haven L-le a petition in Probate to have thei Z eiic,tcad appraicd and .et off.of theLind i-longiag to the esta:e of Tbatuas R. Wilsor decaed. '-Within tbir:y days, if no con paintr is made, said I-pplaiement will i aeby Prote Judge. 45 4iney M. Kinaid makes applicaton ff Letters of. Administration on estate of . BeionKinard, deceased. Court to be hel hs Probte Office o b the 15th day of Noven ber. 45-1 B1y order of J. C. L.eahy, Esq., the heirs < S.-S. Sieg and Geo. A. Epting, are require to appear at Probate Court, on the 5th if D embe.43-5 A. Smith, as Clerk of Court, af.pies ft :Admini<trationn estate of Lnra C. Lark. 4-5 "Court to be held on 'tbe 9th oif Dec. 431-11 J. C. Smith, as Clerk of Court, applies fo Administration on estate. of Win. laild. CZrt to.be held on the 9th of Dec. 43-51 : J. C. Smith, as C!erk of Court. applies f Administration on estate of .1. E Ch...

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. — 12 November 1873

trbtx SOILl% NRR1 A ktter froin Germany gives so, intereating statements as to the ra(< of brteding cattle in that countly. The sygtew,in fact,is what is known ; the United States as "soiling," and i success with the Germans will gil increased 1trength to arguments in i favor. The writer-an Englishms evidently-says : The German method ofeutivation di tet materially from that of the Engiu in some respects. The triennial shi of CrOpS is not considered good: b their system varies very much in di ferent parts of the country. For ti most part, however, it is much mol intensive, with, proportionately to til extent farmed, far more ground und< tillage than in Britain. With tl breeding of cattle, they proceed on a entirely different principle. Instea of allowing them to graze on fields at meadows, they are almost entirely ke] in byres (cow sheds), and in this mal Der they are thought to produce pr portionally far better returns to ti farmer than otherwise. It is vei rare to see animal...

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. — 19 November 1873

T E WE AERTISIN RATES. IS PUBLISBED ne o -- Jclm avrt ehSbsequent insertion. Double EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, e I of res eet s et ate obe r ies and tributes At square as ordinary BY THK P. GRENEKER, Editor and Propriesor. k p Ter""s, **-.z er "' A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, M 3wajby in Adiance. n M r is t&ped a tlexp ra l s ofea 7 n'r...te. 4..U . Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1873. NO. 4. ** C h sripUon. I Newbepy Busiues Dimory. Cards of Reference inserted under appro prite headings in this column. Profession al men, Merchants. Meehanles and Trades generally. should have a place in this Di wectory. Torms moderate. Dry Goods, Shoes, &. sII VER, I. C. & CO.-Wholesa;p and Re. tail Dry Goods dealers. Larw4e ass*rt ient of Shoes ot best make. 43 cFALL & OOL.-Wholesale and retail dedlerminforeign and domestic Dry GOo, EmbroUleries, Noiions, &c. 43 ICK,. P. W. & I. S.-Dealers in Dry Goods-embmcing e in that linle. -kaptation sup...

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. — 19 November 1873

TheRerald] THlOS, F. GREIEW1 EMlTGR AEDNESDAY NOV- 9 1873 A PjLPEP* FOR THE PEOPLE. The Heorald is In thebigijeq epc 31 -es Fanj et eWI?aC~r, deOedto thet mral n State. It cireulates ethniey .I Cont an h Advertisin mediam f ad aa. vantages. *For Terms, seer ried ad. A Ru Rare Chaee for Capitaists The &centific American says: "j- W. S., Writes to say that he has a perpetual motion in running or der, and he will dispose of it for 62 - 000,000 for a "plot ;" but if he has to carry it to Washington, he will ask $5,0000- The existing imancial crisis will, we fear, prevent. ,zxr cor respondent from receiving either of the sams he mentions.) The State Fair. The attendance at the Fair in Colm bin last -week, though not so large as in previous years, was, all things consider. ed, pretty good. There was much dis appointment felt and expressed that the principal feature on this occasion was the races, and while we are not straight laced in this matter, we hold that every Inan is entitled t...

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. — 19 November 1873

Byrr J- . iihy, E-q., the beirs of S S. Sieg.and Ge,. A. Epting, are required top*Cortjo the 5h hcDe J.kSsih, as Clerk of C,.rt, appies for Amin .ration on estate of Lura C. Lark. C.art.to heLo-tha e 9th of Dec. 43-St. J. C. Smith, a Clerk of Court, applies for Adwins,traton 4on-estate of W.n. I>land. Court to be beld on th'e'9th of DCe. 43-S. I1 .5ih ag Cerk. of Court. zppTA . ftr A(AjWartrationa estate of M. E: CheppeC. 6Ai4*'be beIJ 6n the 9ih of Dee. 43-5t. Deuebsg wiLkes application for Letters --aUARUm"i .O8a Ansae of John U,srk. dW. -OCrt .:* be hel. in Probate.Ofice on the29h day of November. 46-2. All single or tasueut basiness notices in the loal deprtiet are inserted zZ the rate of fifteen cents per lia--liberar contracts nudk for three, six or twelve months. tf. Ixozx To NLw AvmiRTzX-OTs .E. Mrshall-3ad rmos. & ickirt--Lumber. S eri Stes. .X=& I.L youiC-LlU6 -to Rest. IL A- Fjih,-'Lakdto ICC-it. Fur Tt dLst. - e96M"WokL-2--EstraY Mule. (egeU& Spearman-5ct....

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. — 19 November 1873

- 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 cli...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 November 1873

ln 7- ~ ~ -T S~ LAOVERTISINC RATES. TRE HER-LDa Ad ertisement~s(insrted at terate of 10 1 P I E 8rc se inch--for first insertion, at d - -colmn adverti:e ~ tC er cen n Da . ERIMY- WEDNESDAY MORNGiceir,s r-r. meie o netjgs, obituaries and tributes At Newberry C. 1.,a per line,local colun 20 C en Advertsements not marked with the ndtr citor and Proprieor.on kd T*""s'**-"*p*' """",A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Micllany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c. Inwariably in Advance. r_._-!n r ise! t d :a the expaie of a7 TheX mark denotes expiration of sab- V0l. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1873. No. 47. Done with Neatness and Dispatch. - A SECRET. It is your secret and mine, love! Ak me! how the dreary rain, With a slow persistence all day long, Dipped on the window pane! The chamber was weird with.shadows, And dark with the deepening gloom, Where you In your royal womanhood Lay waiting for the tomb! They had robed you all in white, love, In your hair was a single rose;...

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. — 26 November 1873

lr plu, netd--r or' tize JU er:zU, %, ur a z.a: a2d. A IJI* -.: un % 8 r dh;t add. cta i r iii-it 1reqluent] 'Illf ard it ai nt p f,a 1 e Qr the -Irei - * :d ft1 when the.re 'As bt t u~ *; th L,ue -' an'etmpre utreewit"' the1 im and - f* w t]A(,r. we hve th(,u LV td wa i" ta e. Mr. ht -1. J Ihrfr -aie indu, ?A 4-.4s: h t rCje, t ::' Of Q. .et t .'II w3 1 -ic hre o the 'iare Puu -oit ; that lie wis, h WI1 at.) i?pr .i.i.y ~ ~ .Lul.l trw%.!xii:tetin n ri' tt: t ti w . -ssu u ~ ~~~ C . eriw .1mt. n:w.41-r THO. -. G oWNteLkR, d al thatd Pr. rl t -i'if ;xt "'d? I he;el 'j - - . . Ur Uve' . sIi wt, ix .-l u ih Who ; L tk a I ti-n r t&r Ctae -v .j'! a. . *n r. . . > s .i I U-:' I.st: h \OUI C'TG : - . : ...r: t th .e .1 uo :Ce I' - alla., G Uitt ead-: e tal -lisu:d udt.nU . w Ot e A:.'.: .: till. "rl'.' :' tOl SOnw ..i... . y;-ES . !'>ju'. U i:Ger n -M . Mr V. \C Cv '1: .:i.' the DQUti -are in:"; l :s > Cl: . th a0- nve -ai .. ' '. :;xakno Za' X' hV1 4:.A3t- tL:t .e hi S do:it...

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. — 26 November 1873

Speil nd Local. . LfG&RdZCEET. By order of J.-C. Le.44y, E-q., the heirs S. S. Sg.G kEpi, :-re riequirl to Appijg b iiv h t < u-F, -i.,- Ve.-non C. Wilso Tb.ws Wilsow-and. JohnN W. Wilso have ird d petiion in Nobte to h*avge the Hoinescd ::;,r.n-ed nud et off, of it:lai helonging to th,L-es-jrz of Thom:s R. '.V!.'i .deeasedi. .W ifiz .utirty da, if no c.n p:ir4 is iepTa ap rr.ieement wi'l1 m-it%lyrvbeJrnie. 45, .;C'i:b :s wric oi COurt, ipisfi Atbaingratius oa cwtate of Lara C. L:&rk. Caarwi iw-:- hek."'On the 9:4 o Dee. 43-Z . C. Smith, :c Clerk of Court, applies f< Admini,:roiou on e s of Wia. iM:md. Court to be Lek on the 9h of Dee. 43-' J"C.. Swith, as Cierk of Curt. u;plies ft Administration on'estate of M. E.c:apme1 Court to be held on the 9th of Dee. 4., Daanis L frk makes .pication ro.r Leci of .6mstriftion oi Er,t,e otf John L,I! deed. Cotirt :o Te hold in Pro.m:c Office n the !Ztk4ay of cvermber. 4G-2 MI inIglc or trans-ent business notice i the.local rtet ar...

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. — 26 November 1873

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 remedy" 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 expe...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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