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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 January 1869

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1869. TitE HERAL IS PUBLISHED $VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., -RyTNOU7. &E.1;gnnm =ain, $s 'PEi ANNUI, IN.CURRENCY R nVsIONS. paymenrequired invariably in advance. Maniage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit uaries, and Comnunications subeerving private s ,ae charged as advertisements. The South Carolina Confer ence. LARG- BODIES AND BRAINS. Mr. Edi*or :-I find that I have Veen anticipated, in part at least, ih some comments, which I inten ded to make, on- the 'personelle" of body of ministers. riter in "the Southern Pres ian," signing himself J. 0. L. the following language: 9 ey are positively better look i4ig than any equal number of Presbyterian ministers." Com pllmnetary to be sure, as coming from a Presbyterian ; and, there re, to be the more highly appre c !aed. "For physical strength, health they are models." Not sm ofat'r. J.0 . L....

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

NEWBERRY, S. C. Weaanday Morning, Jan. 27, 1869. All persons indebted to this office for advertising, or Job work, either As sjgnees or others, are called upon to set tle up before return day. Cash and Cash Only. From this date we enforce rigidly the cash system, with all alike. Exceptions t?adce iuring'tlie past year, by special request and on promises strong and ap parently truthful, have proven the fallacy 4credit. We cannot indulge the ex pensiye lpit 4onger. Cash for job work, cash for subscriptions, cash for adertisements, hereafter is the rule. Eemember it, bring your money in hand if you need anything in our line. Greavills aptist Female College. We have received from Prof. C. H. .,,J dson,;-President of the Greenville Baptist Female College, a copy of their catalogue, containing a list of the names of the new faculty, which has just been organized, and which embraces a very tble corps of n ctors. Young ladies will hef'enjoy advan'ages of high- in idleetual culture, equar to...

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 OF SOUTH CAROLINA NEWBERET COUNTY. By Jobt T. Peteson, Probate Judge, Whereas, Robert Moorman having made suit to me to grant him Letters of Adminis tration de bonis non. of the estate and effects of Thos. B. Rutherford, dec'd. These a1 therefore to cite and admonish al and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said doeeased, to be and appear before ', i the Court of Probate to be held at Newberry Coor House on the 3rd day of Iwebuary puxt., afer pablicatioa hereof, at 14 o k i the forenoon, to show cause, if tey have, why the said Administration tabe granted. Given under my hand this '0th day of Januar, Awio DQwii, 1869. John T. Peterson, P. j. N. C. Jan. 27 4 2t. STA TE of SOUTH CAROLINA. NEW ERY COUNTY. By John T. Peterson, Probate Judge. Wm. G. Mayes,has made suit to me to- him Letters of Admsnistratitn, de boos ao of the Estate and effects of Elea F. Joes, . to eite and admonish all, a i*lst, the hinahd and creditors of theW&deceased, to be and appear before me, ...

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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. . seems to be (says the Ile Enquirer) throughout t otton-growing States an earn est eErt on the part of intelligent farmers to improve the method of cotton culture in such a way as to eumpensate for the disasters en tailed upon cotton growing by the r.eults of the war. The re sults of many experiments in this way would prove highly interest ingto" our farmers. One of the latest improvements in. culture, and one at present at tractingconsiderable attention is that, suggested by Poulain, of Maryland. His plan is to plant the seeds in hot beds in February, or early in March, and thus mature the plants for transplanting in April or may. As the cotton plant is a tender growth, difficult to tra4splant in the usual way, he pro pfbto obviate this difficulty by using -earthen pots open at each end, of a eonical shape. The pot is filled with earth and six or eight seleds placed in it, the proper depth. These pots are arranged in the hot . house on planks, and the plants thinne...

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. — 3 February 1869

.ilV 1^ :.i:c ^rV ..::: .- I . l iI. . '. f. .~YQLY ..... ...WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUAY3,16.JO5 SRR~1IA L D XTgRY WkDNESDAY YORNING,. At Newjb lift S,is cuamaxx pa,,;.he.a ioava bIhadnce, Xwm Zkee, Faneral Invitations, Obit u n...Cg.~~m- atbe.rving private lwa. a'ear Ud asadver.ment. ' g *ipdt South Caro - 6 fiil- Iauloced 1lau e' justice, :NeApy e*si~ti Charleston Hews, the _Wing statement in relation to ' he alleged r -if tbe South Rniamroa stop istrains ";Graniteville: . iwt ft'e;# :ins ofthe South ]Ni$rsad tAp daily at # a_ns Which connect Augus C, al arLeston, WIth . ' of. the Columbia; atiltaIlroad eoneted a Oaitevie ater its eomple - o tppqia. 8e:far, then, Cafolina Railroad cana ~f gWa7 .'. . Colua aregh O.a-u . y ^ As Ql se ta through a at1at; miodationi ri,and the crdntes,:of r. and * 2eim toon yr tthe very throu 4~' ~'-' - ~ iro~Aads ith ihj ~Ii te simple isth is that ~i* he -' getbtt.any j~h.nff4.a~ o th~ mn '-astram vn the N an se adlihithoutan as nofit evWen' .te AR ~ ...

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. — 3 February 1869

--A Wednesday, the first day of Lent, M this year on the 10th of February. A poultry convention is to "set" in New Haven next month. A wariage in Charleston recently, tweaty-sight bride's maids in waiting Tbirteen men bave been lynched in Ind'ana during the past six months. Nermondom is to be parceled out to the States adjacent thereto. Low railroad fares are suggested as a means to increase travel. There was a bal Masque Tuesday eight last at the Waverly, Charleston. ets to change the County wat of 1inwell to Blackville. 'eSpartan says: It,cendiarism and -tsbberls are frequent in that County. The militis in Arkansas are laying asoeatry -raste. Arson, pillage, rape _ asasination run riot. The heahh of the Pope .of Rome is goe& -Preparations are making for the goat (Eomenical Council. - he tweges of war ceontinee In the _ oth AtericanStates. Cuba is also in .a unhealthy condition. 3111 for the establishment of Aiken County, was postponed till December 1870. The act to establish a...

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. — 3 February 1869

. BeUessebsMe yr Eagmaz samndWed as Model Par. ame=aim ssabate Stork. " rim Gas of rebabl Pnd atterns, aea.am=t se*.is of ar - sa ettr ueM and entertain of aawmt, eeeomieal hobe or tes eaa albad to de without e. e. + ops, .t, m~iaJ mdlms for dat6ins,vfteee hmsD to each . A new & Fanton hie 8 8bseroers at g ech. j Bi8i8 Broadway, New York. Zh t tand Young Amrioa to Nthe preia.ms r each. S Dmerest' Tguag America. b ~-ts:sJii. Magazine _ep+ r a Gs ad. a arge .b cies, tei-en In the District Court of the o J ol, of i ageailq be had on the 2h ofb. % at Faderal Court Hoase in - i .e s. C-; and that all creditors,&c., MA 9W appear as said time and -o ab* es,if ay they can, why e ptitoer should not be the 2nd and 3d meetings Bea~krupt will be held at . C. , B. egister WOWS a* M dy of thie eGart, $. *-qof 2 Distret Court United States, lc.33I. EerSoathCaon. e District Court of the STATES,-for Sonh Carolina. Feb. In h the matter of Joan P. Bns" ~ ~u and sldcag Iaak too *e ~ -,a& Je...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 February 1869

Awomdo' stut n afoom, Made beautiful for all, puh S r b1oom maa f li. out tbs_ e. ; A band ' s A hearIgeUSt love'76r all. A > ait aner. To aave, and still be just. Wtnadtbet+on; whose lew e bGod''good will. -. oseesea with the Lord, bsads t-toA,:warm hearts to pray, iaSed with fTuits of love, IT CANN rs . % . n editor down Soutfdlay * h ro'id's soon try to go to sea upon o,htingle, make.a lad der of fochase a streak of lightning ra of iagara River, raise the dgtvefa'=:oldinaid, or sa' '1e f itU a wet .umtchs i ttstop TOto* rt eeniAmting th" tak it into their _ "!sd o w u S o u th A le i a araia afd 16 Tew of the. Waany yo. now on the look out with inatri . a hid eten, rive the fol g hints: n ind the luman leg to be the uost bio ii f al't fitudies. ' "Show ine the leg,".says.Gautier, "and ill judge tbe mind';" and it does seem quite as ma oral that eg;houl4 idiente the *paidtion as the shades of the-- hair shaeli indicate the temperament. ~ - :.' F sloth, for instance, does the Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 February 1869

A ll F. VSE, '' '5'' ' Yr- [vloAv ci-FUL INTELLIGE VOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUTARY 3,1869. - N5. THE" ERALD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberlpy 0. 11., By THOS. F. &'R. H. GRENEXER, (;Mws, 68 PER ANNUBM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymontrequired Iuvarialily i1inad4nce. -Marraga Notiopa, Funeral Invittions, bR vaurlio nd ,CoinHtiicitIh tiibo rritg pivate uiterests, are charged as advertisements. A4it9t and the South Caro lina Railroad. As an act of justice, we copy from the Charloston New, the folloWing statement in relation to the allegod refusal of the South Carolina Railroad to stop its trains --t Granitovillo: "Two of the trains of the South --.arolina Railroad stop laily-oat n4vii lle, both going to 1u1d *a,i.-sl and it is y-trinl th10 itAuguo Mailr- 1;itod at; G1 illo art(R .ile tion, tp amt Point. -I, the goth Carolina J.. Grani vi lt%o trVns ev -idLdid AVIb4t ~bifani u istat Radiotad 4ar oc'!hap, point., there I ih nt il 'mington andY6&iFsta through trqin.-.gwh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 February 1869

:Ae&jWedusky, the firt day of Lont, tals itsye"r on the 10th of February. A PjMtry convention Is to "sot" in NOW Haven next month. A marriago in Charleston recently, twouty-eight bride's maids in waiting Thirteen men bav6 been lynched in Indiana during the past six miths. Mortnondoi is to ho parceled out to the States adjacent thereto. Low railroad fares are suggested as a ineans to increase travel. There was a bal Jdasque Tuesday night. last at the Waverly, Charleston. IUir~WpoRed to change the County neat of Barnwe.11 to liackville. he partan says: 111cendinlrism and tobberles aro frequent in that County. The militia in Arkansas aro laying the Country waste. Arson, pillage, rapo and assassination run riot. The health of the Pops of Roine is good. Preparatimns are miking for the great Uccumenical Council. The ravages of wiar conitinue In the South- American States. Cuba is also in an unhatlth,y condition. 'il for the establishiment of Aiken County, Was lostpoiied till lDevember...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 February 1869

1emoreoqs Wonthly .Jgazine A nali Ralknowledged the Model I'arlor 2100tAMrio4 devqW to Original Stories. e , Rousltd atlars, Gom of Prsonaload terary Gosip't1nolu% . peal depart ents on Fuhiona), justruo. ,'ai '*' 7*i Zu*hto 1 a 0, eallis, .4ullo, Amilsoments, etc-, b I. Ahor, 144 rore ylilustrmted with nravings usefl Bl roelable Patterns, ?dfres, an a constant succession of or% Itnoveltiol, with other useful and enteitainl. SEliterature. perture f reinerment, econouicalt houro. &f.'&, laudy of.tasto cau afrord to dq without INb delmonthlya cimen opples,16 Cents, aiw ' , Yearily . with a valuable pro, tintt*Op4 ies, .601 three copies. #7.5.; re coies, O2, Mid 'splendid preiumse for 0lub a each, with the first preiums to ench subskiher. 00 A new aritran & Fanton qu 2 rbersat 68 each. 9 888-.. , New York. t's yit a d 4g merica to Demorost's Young Anerica. Eq rged it Is .the best Juvenile Magazihe. EvrI3rt nd (jir that was it says so; and rrents ndteactkere contirmn it.* Do...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 February 1869

Q* V i'H*ERO.' A world o'creast by sin ait glootn, At,boautiful for all, ]( fA.61nsl ht with Sitanimi bloom, 1111iiuld of gfell, . A) )Up ort010 Iall h0q1kgIIer p)l4 6 .-of eIIlo - To heigots'where l1'e begaij, Fr out thi6 depths of stril'. A fleprt hand for deeds untold. evo a14wer duty's call, A larger heart our trast to hola, A laIrger love for oill. A lairreiaitlh IIIGol an man, 1n Gal a lia4et trUst, A larger hope ror his great plant T0.6av9, and,titill-he Just. A closer cinaggling to the cross, A lWarer notl,t41'sill, With 1111) who olied tlIereon, wloo loss We galin thr1ou*glI GoI'S good will. A oneness with the brotherhood, A tineness with tie Lord, With him co--wrking for titirgood, Wih them to win reward. Strong liils to toil, warml heirts to pray Life tiled wIIh fruiv of' love l GlaId triumpis I1 the shilling way, A hoio and crown ihoy. IT CoANOT INH IM.11m.-An editor down Suth says lie would ias soO tIn tol go to sell 1up1onl t shingle, akime a haI der of fog, cbase ia s...

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. — 10 February 1869

TJ;xriE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE$ [INVARIABLY IN ADVAFCE. VOL.V. _________ WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1869. NO6. THE H ERALD is PUBLISHED EVERYWEDNE8DAY MORNING, At Newberry 0. 11., BY -TH08. . & R. H. GRINEXER, HIMS, 8 PE ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably In advance. 'UsMIge-Noticei, Finoral Invithtoils, Obit 1aJek, aU4 ConinutoatIons'subsorving private 1atirat4 roe oharged as pdvertisements. A, VILLAGE SEWING-CIRCLE, BY CURISTINE 11. CARPENTER. A drowsy Summer afternoon hung over the dainty little village ofMaysville, nestling among the green Connecticut hills. Tle \I4p of the clustering vinos fram e pretty white cottagsj4st i0etd64in the sunshine, while'en ti1 'j ltirfl ies crept to r in the hearts of the great id whito rosos, faintly unod i Romle occassionlal zphyr uihed by ,uiothe ope,, adows of Widow .May's "best iom" a hum of voices stole out upon the scented air, and with i,n, more than a score of busy...

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. — 10 February 1869

Legilative, n the Senate, a bill to increase the salaries of the Justices of the Supreme Court and Circuit Judges was postponed to. the next session. The Civil Rights bill, which has passed the House, was read the second time, passed, and ordei ed to be engrossed. The following bills were read the third Ulmo and passed: A bill to incorporate the.Golumbia building and Loan Associaii.n A bill to provide for the conversion of State securities. A bill to alter and amend ,it act en titled "An act to alter and amend the lbarter of the King's Mouitain Itailroad 10ompany," passed the 10th of Decetm bero1861L A bill to amend nn act outitled "An nct to establish certain roads,. bridges and ferries, and to renew the eharters of 'ertain others." A' hill to incorporate the Aiken Sani. Itary Association. The bill amending the lomestead act passed the secund reading, ati was ddered to Ib ettgrossed. In the House the following bills were In'troduced I A bill am ndaory of acts inco, porna ting-the U...

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. — 10 February 1869

lerk's 'Sale. ,powge- Larsen,~ Admlr, vs.. Wiltor. 11: % ) H n0 olnhrs. Bill for (ile of Lapd, RelWe, &a. I, r8ua*ce f' an &pr: froin l Honor, 1M 0oer,isd'i' , the' ab* stateo jwipi [apo' uo suhtiool at .0w. berry " ourt iHouse oieio..tsrt moilday in ,.arch ne, . - n us situated PTqwberFy County, .YYm'j t e. t,h6 bhq 'rmd' leading .e1,0:rry,.:by --tliQ .Newborry, Steant o' - ,;a d-by:lands of- X. P. Lake Newburry Steam Mill ompan$,hid by tholack Jack -tbnd Qlumba rdadAn'd. by 14n.08 of J. H. Wi I a Vn s i nd L . J . J & n es. at a ohaOrdit 'of twelvo, m9pths filch. tter'r6om day of sgiQ, pfrfbmer to S bond and surety witti a mortgago of m p eis ~o ~qro. ~e uulpidt prtoh 0o entir amount prealu. 310. 408. I fia {Ug IPI AREW, .. In the.DiA. Ubit' f4 he United j 5t#kQ8.for,,the Dist. of So. Ca. - .1lI;dh0 uWitter of h4H. Kin rd-LBinkiupt. O j odoed bY.th aourt .tl,t a iein oth e or.d.or i f e'id daiUrupt, 46. prpvo li d 4hooseo oe or more. Ap. liS es "wIll' tAko .plao At tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

The Drunkard's Daughter. nY 0. W. BUNGAY. Aut on the stroct with naked feet, Isaw the drunkerd's little daughter; Mer tattered shawl was thin and small, h6 little know, for no one taught her. Her skin was fair, her auburn hair Was blown about her pretty forehead; Her sad, white face woro sorrow's trace, And want and woe that were not borrowed. Ileart-brokon child, she seldom smiled, Hope promised tier no bright to,morrow; Or, if its light flished on her night, , Then up came darker clouds of sorrow. She softly said, " We have no bread, No wood to keep the fire a burning;" The chilt was iII, tle winds so chilli, Her thin, cold blood to ice was turning. But men well fed and warmly clad, - And ladies robed in richest fashion, Passed on the side where no one cried To them for pity or compassion. That lone night fleil and then the light Of rosy day in beauty shining, Bet dome and spire and roof on fire, And shone on one beyond repining. Asleep-alone-as cold as stone, Where no dea%- paren...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

r --- ij COM PANY- CAPITA L,$1,0000 oOftbralAgena ; - Age South Garolina, *< *~ 2 CNAiLt :ON%, * ~ T* - rd $ Uub Pacifi. iuanb. 1 aracter attaied by this Gado f. utiorior .expelence , it ItcWPg :ppro rl of which: v~ ~ .:or no real i *hi 'we are oiedibly in for ree1offered in New York suri s of x h tion of-een d,t'e6all h n o theproper canAervod ~~ by tlle,na)e .Qfthe orp generdt ataents itOnoilleU. i e#,@@l ertai'oe aitdised Abat the . -6'lNS 9 Bd COo.,' N. AGNT3 BALTIIMonB, is found 10ne thhbar the Guano is ficti. iQPS 40nt nuine. TO THE North C o t rolina, Georgia; Ala b Is 1sppi. and Florida, CItiA r6ognized- fat,Athat under the sys tenoffrela&r* .Und that will not yield more than a ldio tQo a fourth of a bale of potton r:l,-.not, ,Qqpeasate for its culture. he e yi1di.eh lg pine land. of the al696 $es, we are advised, does not exceed . aW eto Airee acres, and many 'state the Avg n exceed-a bale 'to four, acres. 'his t rug,a great,r pqrt qf,the soil of #the 8otmu 0 e aband...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

PACIFIC GUANO CO CAPITAL, $1,000,000. 118 Products and Tradeq Its Relations to Agriculture; Its Interests, Pol ley. Character, and Claims to Public Confidence. It is an admitted fact that, a concentrated commercial fertilizer, of real excellence, is an. essential adjunct to sue eassful farming in the Southern and Middle States. It )yill be admitted, that with the crude ele monts of fertili.ty afforded by Nature, it. is within the. scope of human ability, aided by capital; enterprise and science, to furnish a cvn centrated commercial fertilizer of real .rvel kence. It is of the highest importance that such a fertilizer should be farnished at the lowest possible cost, in order thlat the outlay required Aiay not preclude its gencal and liberal appli cation, It is also necessary to the general use 9f such an article, that the character, responlsi bility and facilities of the producers should be such as to afford a reasonable guarantee that the fertilizer brought into market may be rel-W...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

QUAN O-rW Guano,as:Pono lands. In thowi?e ejnD6MY of:Providence thethas been aggregated 61vrittis,: lslnd tifme PIlIO and Atantie Ocean%, I.rg dattirah deposits -f'Guano. With the ne ori ;1'Prtivian Isltwnd, these deposits are all *of, h'saine gehraLchactr 'as to composition, but diffir niterimlly -iniohnces ipiicai structuro and condition. They imiy be 'elagsi4fied as earthy, petr~ied and mineral..It is doubtful If thme latter oblisseb are propely dalled Guano. The,vAIUC- of tiese depoSits coMiMts solely, 04 i4 well known, In the gpphoriC acid they, coitinill, which Always -:ecessariy eriats hit the form of the in olble lul' pho&ipht if liiq, or in spnmc other in soluble,. cuibiiloni. It coid 'ot, 6P the nature oj thin,gi, 'emtil i the Guano as founfd on the idlandb, in solule form.I Hen191 fit i true that no Guano, as'imported from the 131, 0,g 'r ntain solble phosphates. No, .is a knotbnfaet that there is no comparlson as to value behyeen koluble and insoluble phosphates. ThP...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

planteraP as 4 proit'ablo fertll o t From SOUTH CAROLINA. EgUALrTY, B. 0., October, 1868. X, R.Iouop, Ea Di BA . 1ir'- Ilow find repies to ur enquirles, *,o to the cdnd of manure'psed b.91 anq hom mucI, a)d to what crop applied, 4 o. I used 4 hiI 6 of"A Alblo' Pacific a opihate on a r 'sandy sbil,'on cotton, applipg It at the rate a 't200 lbs. to the acre, abot th lateor April, ~ut it in the drill and -je4 ing o4 it as we o wtban yard manure. We had the early part of-the oason wet, and afterwards a drougit of about fivo-weeks, commencing about 11th T . Its appil ca n his doubled the crop, and I be.l ov, that had I ip&lled double the quantity it Wo4ld hav6 paid in VON stW. T. V'OR .. w s i god plantbr, and has paid " ;6" tonoto t 0'ri*11to titan wils In 'my power :to~~ reTHOMAS H.'. M0ANK. 0ft:nf,RsTox, December 10th, 1808. M'neloe certifitato -foin Pof. Sh6pard, showing thabe has analyzed my' stock of Pabfio Guano for tbispast three yefrsi hnd that,it has always been uni form In...

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