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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 January 1869

Thlmr'DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR TilE DISSEMNITION OF USEFUL INTELLIG,NE IVRAL ~AV~R L.: y.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANU RY13 86.T,2 THENIERALD Zs PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY MOfXING, r e herf C. fL,, PE- ANN-UM, Inc CURRE CT *T og PSOVISIONS puM,equired invariablyis advance. xa I*4ties, Funeral invitation's, Obit C ozsmnaications subserving private a 44d{ed as advertisements. ear and Over Again. Over and over again, No naster which way.! turn, I always And in 'the iook of Life .Sogp &esK@ I have bo'learn. - I mupg o cemy, turn as the mi}, I hgupd out the golden graio, I must R.* .a my task with a resolute will, - Over and over again. We ca nfeasure the need Oi te fie tiniest flower, Nor t gffow of the golden sands through a single. hour, But aort;ing 'duesinust fall: A ~aand,t:e su amer rain us t eir par apd perform it all Over and over again. Over an verbaii The book through the meaiow flows, The wbeel goes,' One1iNgbha net 8riC, T Toaxdn4 lnot in van; Andr " iIng usonce-or.twirce, Maditff we 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. — 13 January 1869

John Manor Btts is dead. Di Livingstone, the great African ex phter, is alive. The Ogeechee rioters have been cap tured and dispersed. Those who live in Omaha are knois n as Omahogs. Helper, the impending crisis, is run sing a railroad. Why is a Confederate soldier like Laz atus ? Because he was licked by dogs. Of the huran race 1,250,000 are oorn is selling at 25 cents per bushel, in Rand*b 'cvaAty, Ark. A n-cc-ains about 870,000,000, acres udwas purchased at a little less tham twc)enh. acre. The4arv over forty tobacco factories in RMi nd, Va., employing 15,000 prso.' w, the murical cormposer, was la divorced from his sixth wife in Wairyfer sister. A e 6gold weighing two hun i.dWeights, was found in White awa",trecen.tly. The next ~style of bonnet is to be a head and two-inches of ribbon, fastened with' -frpie It VNa1I i: t castor oil makes shoe bathbMoland pliable and quite im * pare ter. Al m.xan.4man in Oshkosh Wis -we as fined a5 and costs the other day teklng at ladies in the ...

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. — 13 January 1869

W*ao Fertilizer.. The itedi Mining and Manufacturing Compwny offeti.to the Planters and Farm oen of the South their Fertilizer, known as the "WANDO FIRTILIZER," Whib itheeoperieece of the past season has proi d to-be one of the most valuable in our Mset. I+ ha for its base the ma serials lverhe Phosphate Beds of the Com pany o00lky River, and is prepared at their works at the - rjT rN) OF HASEL STRE ET, ia this . 1U order to guarantee its uni formityapd maintaip its high standard, the Compp has made arrangements with the distia Id. Qhemist, Dr. C. U. SHEP AYD, ' bo carefully. analyzes all the omq' And other muaterial purchased by the apparny, and the. prepared y 'Fertilizer, ebekee'' otred for sale. The Com pay . ' ' to 1nike an article which win bb a Complete -Manure, and give. tialctoi. For 'b4rtulars, and other inform APPLY TO WE. C. DEIES & CO., Agents, ATLANTIC WUAF, &evia 3 WK, C, DUKES & CO., .gQTTON FACTORS AND i ui 'sioo Merchant, Wharf, Charleston, . C. is of C...

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. — 13 January 1869

Sweethearts And Wives. Yo 11 apL to complain (writ a ressing her own sex) t vers when they become husban cannot mite the two charact . You lay this mostly to the en's charge. De you think i is their fault entirely ? I am disposed to say no. I will tell you : Before .marriage you take the greatest pains to eleva'%L%V ves_ into goddesses, and desire to he-worshipped ac-. cordingly. Men, especially those possMling superior intellectual qualities and refinement of nature. favo Ile 'Sews and treat you as something nearer to heaven than the a. ;,and lo! no sooner has the 'iciou. passed than your husbands discover, by ijipercep tible but sue degrees, -that you are (though in somewhat inferior ratio fojves) of the ''e4b, eartb y!" Happy the woman who has the #'t to 'contiivb that; in her married-Mlf , the.sinie' halo shaler pid:her in her husband's eyes t , Fxisted before their uniovi. h6 t-hing, in the intimacy of comaon -place, every-day life, may be dif#ejt, but itis-by no means impossib...

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. — 13 January 1869

4 ifil - Ii vt 1.' Ij '~'L 1 ~ ,nitI 'INI IT - --Si i1-i ii '. ,( -- - -- -- * -- -__ _ _ _ FOR TilE DIWSilNATION OF USEFULINTE4JIGINCE _DNESDAY MO NING JAN UARY 1 1 7i u~ tE A' UL0 4Li*Yy. WED\1?.D MOIJNINO it U3bery0 HI. BY TTIM 40k it., QjkrER; -Mt .ANNUM,i IN QUR R d(c'Y ISIdI'ti','.Oh PIROVIsko;S." 'L'3Aontreiprel is varfltily indvannce, rdadlit9otisPutlioral iNVilationi, Obit Uq p'illO unIoations Plibet'vin g private C11rcarged s aidverlisxements. kdove'r and Over Again. Over and over agnin, No matter wfiol4ilyy X !bri [ always find li. tfi 0loo fioiro ISOrme 'deson I'havye-to Iearn.. I Adii take my turn it tlihe ill, &Iist grind ou the golden gram, I mustl4ork4t-my task with a resolute will, Over and ovqruatgain. WVj qtappo,t 11jeasilre tho t1ced Qfiovqn the tiies,Ilowm,n Nop,oeeta Vle low. of the golden siuds 'Tk4r1i-t hroulgh n qin)gl. lo0ir, DOI ,t)i.o ij.oruiig dues ilist full I - . jAjI4 liqliunud the gummer rait Mo.t4q-thqir pairt, id peorol it, fill Over aund over ...

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. — 13 January 1869

Dr. Livingstone' thi great AfrIcAn ex vober, Is Ave. The Qgeechee rioters have been cap. %f4VWAn'd dispersed. Thao who live In Omaha are knowi n as Omahogs. Itelper, the impending crisis, is run. sing a railroad. Why Is a Contederate soldier like Liz-' Otu? Dcause he was licked by dogs. Qf the human race 1,250,000 are Masons. OQrn is selling at 25 cents per bushel, *ndpipti county, Ark. - -Ala:%t4 ntal s 11hout 870,000,000, stng W 'a fptirchased at a little less thp:wo centa the aere. There are over forty tobavco fictor ies In' Jht4o6d, Va., employing 15,000 personua. M1otov, the Ilmioneal conposer, was fromi his sixth ivire in err to narry her sister. I gget 9f gold weighing two. hun :1 nyweights, was found in Vite Ga.i tecesitly. IVhe nit stylo or honnet is to b. a head aind two inches of ribbon, fa.tenoed with a hairpin. Jt. :aOd that cnstor oil makes shoe loothbr soft and pliable and quite im pdWibds to water. '.ttyo6ng gentleman in Oshkosh W;s. e6poin, was fined $5 nid costs 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. — 13 January 1869

pa O I'llO y~W~&o"Fertiliz6r.. T o.q 4ning .and Mnuracturing m o ers to Iic Planters and Farm-; 11 5foulb their Fertilizer, known as j, WAND6 -PERlTILIZER,1" Vlob the oxperjenco of the past season oted to be one of the most valiable outin'rket.. I ha.e for its base the' eia. tals rom the Phosphate Beds of theCom. Sgn Aehef.River, uand is propared At heir tbrks at the . 7'TEND OF 1ABL STRERET, t_shla city. In ordet, to imarantoo its nt V rlt and maintahli its high alndard, the Alompany has.made arangetments with the dhIlinguished Ohcmist, Dr. 0. U. $IIEP. Jr., who carefully annlyzes all tho ommonIacal and other nateiil purohiased by the Company, and the prepared - Fertilizer, ore being oll'ered for snIc. The Coin a resolved to mako am .article which prove to be a Complete Manure, and entire satisfaction. r9r ieris, 0kroulars, and other infomn ation, API'l*X TO WM. C. DUKES & CO., Agents, ft;l SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0. Jah. 18 2'3mo. WM. 0. DUKES & CO., COTTO...

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. — 13 January 1869

You a91i IS W complain ritee a Ia addroaing her owii at ,w V ~t Qo . .lau! c~~ dsr Iiiou 1 9 -I' ty I digp % ) g o. yl you tako, teio greptosts plilAs to ele,P0j (dica' hio kAo'1d"Oses, .anid desiro to beo -worashi "ped tc-. ~r~sci Edip enkily'tho(>A pO134%SIp g . '9uperi.r Intellectual qmIftiog iil re,1-1 h' iI tu11o,0'l Lvdr.theso- viaws mAi trteat Voi ats Something nearlr to leavell tha fjigleIZ%sYand 1d>!..n0 sdbii'Siv :luis h honyi,oon passed talln yourl uadadiscover,' by iI)ppgreQp sib I Q , that y1 (tnougI1 111 noiw1 i inflerior atiO to thom,l11SvOCs) of' the "calth, earthly I" ua)py tho Womn1i who XM IP A - 1o (I.is'%"it o1co lti h I)rlmarrief lii'k, the. samne hal11t shal 13 innd lhe n he husbAnui's TheQ~ l'~ ihiigg, ini the int imniey na o diflicult, but iris liy Io imlatim . imj)oA4ib0 l f) 1hve. Your o.vi ncgle.ct oAll the liii enrvoA and frtl-s hv whie .nm wlyn t . ti>m o th How 'rq i.oIl( th' . !I 'I Ieat, ser up1 ,s mi:n, V. h when ther becotle win.s.. le 0,6...

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. — 20 January 1869

I4 ITT -1 IN E OLLARS A EAR, FOR TIIE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLICENCE[ - O YMNIN- [ANAARIABLY9-NA VOL.V."WEDNE-SDAY MORNIN01G, JANUTARY 20 16 THmE HERALD 18 P1131111ED F,'ERY .WDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry V. 1., THOS. r. & R. H. GRENEKER; sR,18, 13 PIElla ANNUM, IN CUItiRENCY Olt r1iov18oNS. Paymient required invai ltibly in uldviice. -arriage Notioms, Pimulual lilvllut;ovs, oldit un rii, No r',Liis I ivi tn,,O aIes, aul Comuum,entiious .i, lbe in paravuule - intres,) are chal) C i3 i( IIs udve4i liteitWetils. Solom n IS.H og's Pr'otest. Sojoion I-09' POr.iI'OLSt. 0t. 41-1. That in (he Comity of Newherry, in said District; for vceks previoris to s aid election, the third dy of November, A. D., 968, ia systeli of iitimillationl and .violnet was.practiced for the Iil ur poso of destrovini.g and breakin'.g lip the Repulblicanl party, inl said County, and to so terrify the colored imlenl, as-i to pIrvelnt them fipi votin.g at sa:id electionl, sa id pet of violence and intimida...

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. — 20 January 1869

Logislativo. In the -Sonate a bill to establish a Stato Orphan Asylum has been engrossed for third rcading; a 111 to organize miWi gov. ern thle militia discussed ; at bill to alter and amend the criamiml ltw, anld to anl. thorizo the ronewal or State stocks anid boidl, introduced ; nlo the fullo i ig A bill to pulish person s ol)iinig prop. erty under false pretvices ; a bill to do. terinie the valtie of citracts inmade in Oonfederate Stite notes or thir egui.va lenlt ; a bill to regulate the Cbar:es of railrcad compaies For passeinges inl this State; a bill to provide a1 Hli on buidd. i4ignd laids to parties furii.,hiiglabor Id iaterial therei. A petition of smidry ciizeis of 'dge. tield Gointy was pm uae.ted, protestiig against the division of' the Colnty, is proposed by the hill nider cotisi<eratin. A bill to re-oinct ertai Ac.s ladihg the name tnd eredit (if te State to the Oreeiville aid Golumbia 1ailrod Com. p1ny, ;nd to valiaite the action of s:aid 6mpJIany thet-euniler, ...

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. — 20 January 1869

HUNT, BRO'S & CO., Charleston, S. C. unt, Thomson & Co., 97 and 99 Water-st., N'. Y. on Factors and Coinm is i sicin Mferchuants. - Ing recently established a house In ork, we 3re prepared to of'er every for receiving, forwarding and selling and other produce. ral cash advances made on consign to either house or to our friends in ol. e8 Shipping to us can have the belneflt 0 omarikets with one comminission. S 203 IRUVIAN GUANO. I givo partlettlar attention to ptie Peruvian Guano, and warrant It 11UNY, '111 MSON & Co , 3 07 and 90 Water st , N. Y. E o.SOUT I CAROLINA. M RNHaWButY COUNTY. ohn T. Peterson, Prob.t .Judgo. ereas James 1. Johnson has muedo stilt to grant hihn Letters of Administra, IiI annexed, of the Estato and effeets ncy 1lishop. so are therefore to cite and admonish d singular, tho kindred and c-cditors of rid d ee.u.ed, to bo and tippoar beroro ?1n the Conurt of Proliate to ie hokd at I bOrry Conrt Ilotue, on tho 24311 day of itary ist. afier puhlication ...

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. — 20 January 1869

"Marrow." dr jGon5Ac."--v1nI IB.VER8ED. tittle to wear, SAlid less to eat.I um an tnelvatie and net receipt thern ,idu of thu balance sliet: After the burthen, And tafter th heat Ofr cotttoi year, T To the flarmer, clear, Uhtlo'to'wear and less to eat - Picked and sifted, compressed, Co.ar11,Tm ! That's ti wovit0it of lhis "elephant" "NE~AT !" Little to wear And es.4 to eat; That's the paradox we ieet At every corner af the street It isn't the land - And it ain't the hand-.. It isn't the sun And it wii't the staid Only a infulliess, with naught. to maitch it; 1arling the handle arter the iatehet Chasing sorrow, and sure-to "catch it 1" k.)tle to wearl Fron pole to polo ot a civil or a s.,yige soul 11t hidles hi.i (..nkeil ness or his dH. t More or less, il l ieorgia shil t ! LEss TO As! Whell thi "gIass" we slamy W1o1ld1 buryI New England kiee-Cdeep And fatten the ".ahirted" (:rbove) in Fatter than ever wns flesh from grass! lhy Ohe 41ngest olds Of the fools n r 1y tninti gods, The ...

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. — 20 January 1869

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR FOR THE DiSSEilT ION OF USEFUL INTELLGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVAC VOL.Y - WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1869. N03. THE HE R A L D IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MO4-ING, At Newberry C. H., .46S48 PFf. AZkN3I, IN CUR*ENCY . 7 OR PROVISIOS Paymentrequired invariably in advance. -r>Mariage Notie'. Funeral Itnvitat'ons, Obit aaries, and Communication-4 snb"rvin _ private interest& are char,ted as ad vertisements. .olomon P. Hoge's Protest. See. 41st.,That in the County - NfNewberry, in said Disti:kt, for -aeeks previous to said. election. the third cay of November; A. D.. 56', a'system of intimidation and .1olence -was practiced for the par ,pose of destroying and breaking: # the Republican party, in said Connty, and to so terriy - the eeiered men,'as-to- prevent- them p xoting at spid election', sailI act of violence and intimidation, consisting in murdering,. shooting. whipping and otherwise malt.reat a those who professed to be 1enbers of the Republiean part...

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. — 20 January 1869

Legislative. In the Senate a bill to establish a State Orphan Asylum has'beca cu-gros;ed for third reading; a bill toorganize and gov ern the militia discussed ; a bill to alter and amend the criuinal law, and to an thorize the rene% al of State stocks and bonds, introduced ; alo the follow ing A bill to punish persons ob ini: prop erty under false pretences; a bill to de terinine the viue of contracts miade in Vonfederate Stite notes or their equiva lent; a bill to regulate the chai res of railrcad companies for passengers in this State; a bill to provide a lien on build - in and lands to parties furnishing labor aer lfheeon A petition o(sundry citizens of Edge feld Gdint!y 4a presented, protesting isrinst the division of the County, as oposed'by the bill under consideration. A bill to re-enact certain Acts lending thesame and credit of the State to the Greenville and Golumbia Railroad Corn paiy, and to validate the action of said esisiy thereunder, was discussed and the following ...

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. — 20 January 1869

HUNT, BRU'S & CO., Charleston, S. C. Hunt, Thomson & Co., 97 and 99 Water-st., N. Y. Cotton ractors and Commis sion Merchants. Having recently establi-hed a house in New York, we are prepared to offer every facility for receiving. forwarding and selling Cotton and other produce. Liberal cash advances made on consigns ments.to either house or to our friends in Liverpool. Parties shipping to us can have the benefit of three markets with one commission. Jan 203 PERIUVIAN GUANO. We will give particular attention to pur chasing Peruvian Guano, and warrant it pure. - HUNT, THOMSON & CO , Jan 20 3 '7 and 99 Water st , N. Y. STATE oFSOLTII CAROLINA. NEwBERRY COUNTTY. By John T. Peterson, Probite Judge. - Whereas James P. Johnson has nade suit to me to grant him Letters of Administra-. tion, will annexed, of the Estate and effects of Nancy Bishop. -' se are therefore to cite and admonish 'iand singular, the kindred and cleditors of tlke said deceased, to be and appear before me, ...

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. — 20 January 1869

"Marrow.' "A1O&GIC."-VIRGIL RE-ERSED. Little to wear, And less to eat ! Sm and substance and net receipt Suthern side of the balance sheet: After the burthen, And after the heat Of a cotton year, To the faRner, clear, Little to wear aid less to eat Picked and sifted, comprersed, S. COMPLETE ! - lhat's the *eight of his "elephant" "NExl' I" Little to wear And less to eat That's the paradox we meet " At every corner of the street It isn't the land And it ain't the hand It isn't the sun And it wan't the stand Only a madness, with naught to match it; Hurling the handle after the hatchet Chasing sorrow, and sure-to "catch it1" 1 s. to wear! From pole to pole Not a civil or a savage soul - but hides his nakedness or his dia t, More or less, in a Georgia shiit! Lss To BAT I When the "grass" we slay Would bury New England knee-deep ?'* is hay* And fatten the "sbirted" (a'ove) in Fatter than ever was flesh from grass! Lord ! Lord ! By the longest odds Of the fools .Rh-orred - By men and ...

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. — 27 January 1869

FOR TIE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTEIdllIGENCI,EI -.. . . . ~E.. . . . . .. . . ~-R N--.-._ . ....... .N A IAL.ND A.NE ~__ -----W EDNESDAY MO1RNING, JANUARY 27 869. NO 4 - THE KERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Nowberry 0. ,, BY THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, iRMS, s8 PIER ANNim, IN CURRENcy OR PROVISIONS. Payment required inuvoriably in advance. 4Marriage Notrees, Fttieral Iivitatios, Obit arlep, mid Comtuiodlationt stbsrbving private htet-ests,ntre charged n ad iVertIsemients. The South Carolina Confor .. once. LARE BODIES AN IIIIAINS. Mr. Editor :-I find that I havQ beo anticipiated, inl part at least, in some commcnts, which Il intenl dod to make, on the "personelle" of this body of ministers. A wri.ter inl "the Sou ther Pres byterian," signing hinself J. 0. L. holds the Following language: "They are positively better look Ing than alfs equal nu11mlber of' Presbyterian ministers." Com.. pliiontary to be sure, as coming from a Presbyterian ; and, there fore, to be th...

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. — 27 January 1869

NEWBERR1Y, S. C. Wednosaay Morning, ,an. 27, 1860. All persons hidebted to this office for advertising, or Job work, either As. vAgnees or others, are call-d upon to set tlo up before return day. Cash and cash Only. From this date we enlf-Irce Ii;h-V the cash Systeil, with :lI alike. Excepitions Inde during the past year, by speci:l request and fin promikes stio n tiui ap p%reitly tiruthfill, ha ve pr2ovenl thie. allyI of credit. We cannot inldulgo (he eX Iiensive habit lonoer. (:I, hI for i sb work, cash [or its iils, caIl f, advert isefnelt s, laereafteyr is tihe ru'. , 14-tinember it, bring your money in Lawal if you ieed anythinl,g in our line. . - -_. -+IU - 4~~......... Groenville Baptist Femah College. We have recvived friom Prof. C. 11. Judsuin, Preident of tie Gr-ceivi;l' Baptist Feainle Colege, a copy or thtir cttalolge, conlt:ilinn ia li.t of' the oscI of the new factilty, w hioh has just beenI vrgaitized, and whicb enb,races a vvry able corps of instructors. yotng l-ii s...

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. — 27 January 1869

STATE 01 SOUTH CAROLINA HNEwIEltRY COUNTY. By John T. Peterson, PIobato Judge, Whoreas, Robort Moorman haivinge mado salt to MO to grant hl1m Letters of A lmilis iration do bonis non, of thte estate and effects of Thos. D. Ruthoerford, dce'd. a Teiso are thereforo to cite and adionish all and singular, the kindred and creditors of he said deceased, to be and appeir before L o, in the Court of Probate to be held at iwbprry Court House oi to 3rd day of uary next., after publicatIon hereof, at i 0, ek In the forenoon, to show cause, if they have, why the said Administration tid not*bo gronted. olyn under my hiind this 20t. day of ary, Anno Dominhil, 1809. John T. Potornon, P. J. N. 0. ii. 27 4 2t. TATE or' SOUTH -CARO LINA. NEWIIRY COUNTY. John T. Peterson, Probato Judge. Whoreas Vm. G. Mayes has imado suit to - to grant ifm Letters of Adinsn istratlol, d bonis lnon of tho Estate and effects of Elion V. Joacs, deceased. These are'.herefore to cite and admonish Kall and singular, the ki...

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. — 27 January 1869

Cotton Culture. There seems to be (says tho t, oi!kvillo inquircr) throughout Cotton.gro wing States an ar*n-. 1r.Oipf ort on the part of intelligent f1ners 'to imiprovo Ole met0hod of' 0001on culturo in 81'ch a Way as t1qoesate f'or the disasters oi tAl.hd upon cotton growing by the results of the war. Tho re sUis of' many experiments in this way would prove highly interest ing,to our farmers. OnO of the latest improvomellts in cultiuro, and one at present, at tracting considerablO attetiLion i,3 that suggosted by Poulain, of Maryland. .1lis plan is to plant the soods in hot beds in February, or early in March, and thus maturo thd plants for transplanting inl April or may.. As tho cotton planL is a tondor growth, ditficult to transplant in the usual way, he pro. 'oses to obviato this dificulty by eing carthon pots Openl at each end, of a conical Shapo. 'Tie po is filled with earth atid six or eightI seeds placed in it, the proper doptlhl. 'Phese pots are arranged i III,he hot house...

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