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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 June 1870

CHEAP'HARNESS! CHEAP M'CLELLAN SADDLES!! Cheap Iai anss &c1! !i TIIF. undersigncu are now mnnufacturing for sale -:zzy U tr:i at $IG.50 per set. New M;Cellan N:ddles $7, S8 and $10.00 each. 2d hand Goverrment McClellan Sad dies, $1.00 to $7.ut c;ch. Team Harness, 2, 4 and. G ho:se sets, CTIEAP; all of best material and workmanship. Together with the aho:e, a :^nercl stock of fine Harness, Sadd,es, .;, &. &c. GIVE US YOUR ORDER if voa wih a eood, substantial and che ip r:.tc. CHAPEAU & HEFFRON, GS :Ceetig Street, Charleston, S. C. June 15. "4-3m. ORDINANCE TO raise s:,aIl:s for the year one thousand eighit hu:h -d and seventy, for the Town of Ncw berrv: SEC:oN 1. Be it ordained, by the Inten dant au W:'ens in Council assembled, That ther .h:..,e raised and paid into the Trcaury of ie Toe.n, (for the use thereof in current expenditures,) a tax for the sums herein specitd, to be paid. on or before the 1tb day of July ensuing, and in the manner fcolioN ing, that is to sa...

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. — 15 June 1870

ONLY. Only a breaking heart, Only a little tear, Only a withered rose, to date The love-time of my year. Only a night in June, Under the twinkling stars ; Under the shimmering, silver moon, Crossed by its cloudy bars. Only a hasty word, Only an argry frown, Only.a lightning glance, to show Where we laid our love-dream down. Only a swift resolve To walk the world alone ; Only a giant power of will, Changing the heart to stone. Only a brief farewell, Only a cold good-bye ; But its weight goes sinking down, and down, To a long eternity. And thus it is in life; We throw our oars aside, And clasping tight our empty hands, Drift proudly down the tide. The falls are just below; What reek we of the leap? The dashing waves are all too slow, Ia sinking us to sleep. Only a choking prayer, Only a gurgling sigh; But the soul goes sinkiug down, and down, To a long ^ternity. TIE GREENVILLE AND COLU-MBIA RAIL RoAn.-The Greenville En terprise learns through a reliable source, that the Rail Road Com ...

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. — 22 June 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1870. No. 25. THE.HERALD IS PUB.ISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOR'SING, At Newberry C. U., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. zBRMS $$ FE EA Invariably in Advance. C7 T. paper is stopped at the expiration of ime for which it is paid. 7 The / mark denote; expiration of sub criptiou. POPPING THE QUEBTION, ""Why don't yon get married ?" said a bouncing girl, with a laugh ing eye, to a smooth-faced inno cent looking youth. "Well, 1"-said the youth, stop ping short with a gasp, and fixing his eyes on vacancy with a puzzled .and foolish expression. "Well, go on," said the fair cross.questioner, inclining, almost imperceptibly, nea.rer to the young man. "Now tell me right out you what?" "Why, I-pshaw, I don't know." "You do know, I say you do ; -now come, John, I want to know." "0, 1 can't tell you." "I say you can. Why, you know I'll never mention it; and you may tell me, of course, you know, for haven't I always been your friend ?" "We...

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. — 22 June 1870

L= & &da . Jie 11 d, iViI7 Eemeral of Dimbilites. Th better infr:med pubic sentimen' S the North and West, says the Au Esta Chronicle r Sntiiei, demr.nds the s:-I,ae by (onres of a gcrcral am uon t iS course as the caly we rs C: lrtrng and: buildir. up their pa'ty n the Southern StateS. The ?U1tio comncrtir .ipon the ;.ro tposed measure, ays : "We firmly be iieve that the passage of such a hill will overthrow the Anti Repubican party in the South. The young inmen in that part of te Ciuntry cannot support a i,arty t:It di.f an:.hes so many of their fei -z cit izens. Re:aove that ground for the pre jud*cc against the IepuLicau party and nywil proch:n them:us'v.es in polit e1:at sympaIthy:. w; i.,. .h Adm:.initra t . T:ri-e'r great u:ya o:th who 1 fIvor amne-ty Ci: more .:,i;e nd ust grou:d , and weki: that a eiIton of tlce two c:asiCs of /:e p:ubicar: favoring amnest', with the De:mocrats in '1oth Ht)USe5, wi;l secure a m f,r the n casure. -a- the Iaians Thiak. 1he New York St...

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. — 22 June 1870

We wi send the Ne ktr l " J.urna and National A..rienu4'xta ll. i ll" lier:ld bwth for aone 'ar: I," "% Addres T. F- A .\4.T 1L.' ' -. . A . EvrySauray Iz. June1-,N -1t WANTE.D, 0 N .. T T TfI STOE EX TfA MWICESC. SUMMER GOODS : ry i . & ull. upplodtr to FALL SUPPLJES. A. HARRIS. Byie S;: e ia e,io. u, e sItckre FRESH FISH Every Sa turday, :nt mnotice to the 19int*trion i. given. Remember this. L. c . MeIRSIfLL. Bet Ink amt ht J. B yOW u wat, a I aE iEbmin n ti New t L : '- New re t at is If yo u a t. T4VC 44D AS h ERSOMFIC The~ C.pons oi n he ',. r- hind s toi 'om: 'n . w i redeme at ther] Na:ona ": eds of chr ot:e an d ; Matktrr Au, ta G' r., and a t t ir ice i,',a: et to ta.tin b the Sttsof Nort A ria, out Garl or Gorgia, ad ert mort ed a d e inm e if th od r:ri tie ad ~: Soth'i o C aro in z ar:id air a Compa. A ii to th \ ebrest I f at ii ul rs of.I, th rr ire tw gla t name ise urte an dw ~coeniencei f thisar Coa raeticie in, 21theGI. ado! Mrg Con!softhec .titte, Colamiadtum...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 June 1870

? xiteles and Phr ne. A th+ aad -silnt years ago, The starlight faint and pale Waadrawing on the sunset glow Its soft and shadowy veil ; When frotrr his work the Sculptor stayed His hand; and turned to one Who ssood beside him, half in shade, - Said,- with a sigh, "'Tis done." "Phryne, thy human lips shall pale, Thy rounded limbs decay, Nor love nor prayers can aught avail To bid thy beauty stay ; "But there thy smile for centuries On marble lips shall live, For art can grant what love denies, And fix the fugitive. "Sad thought! nor age nor death shall fade The youth of this cold bust ; When the quick brain :,nd hand that made, And thou and I are dust! "When all our hopes and fears are dead, Ai.d both our hearts are cold, And love is like a tune that's played, And life a tale that's told. "This counterfeit of senseless stone, That no sweet blush c in warm, The same enchanting look shall own, The same enchanting form. "And there upon that silent lace Shall unborn ages see Perennial y...

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. — 29 June 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1870. No. 26. THEHERALD IS P-BLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. U., By Thos. T. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprie:ors. Invariably in Advance. r, Thb paper is stopped at the expiration of iine for which it is paid. 7 The / mark de:otes expiration of sub criptiou. [For the Herald. MEssR . EDITons: Dear Sirs :-Some months since, if you have not forgotten, I wrote You a letter about Denmark and its Capital. This letter if I re member rightly, was never finish ed, but coitained the promise that it v:.u be some time in future so this is sent to fulfill in part that compact, hoping that the time which has elapsed since my first is not too great to make the present communication altogetheruninter esting. I proceed therefore, with out further remarks or apologies, to make a few comments on Thor waldsen's Museum, which is one of the principal sigh s in the Capi tal. This Museum was built by sub eription to contain the works of Thorwal...

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 June 1870

IV edGncda"" L ~uily 29, A T8r Li:3 ;:e.a^_ss C:.a:rc lp Coz;,e:s? Life Insurance, hich i.s or y - designed as a provision for f.i eup the conti1'gncy of the det .t yers r porting head. has c":'in' aid Qf various -tobe ptd t r examp,e, thr! busiess relaw re the capii.li,t, hav -r 1Iin the circle of his acquaintances . young man of rema:kable persoal - worth anl busines ca,ncity, feels a de sire to aid in establistiing hI in busi ness. But capital is proverbially cau- e tious and even ti:uid-and thena might ~ arise the mental query, "hat if. after my loan has been invested in goo, a y business extended, and numerous credits ( given, my young frienid should die ? As the business con:d only be closed Up at a great sacl iee, : ieu[ d inevitly lose a large portion of my :oan. But iife in suran:ce steps in to remove the po 'nt ty of such a contingency. A policy on the life of ti' beneticient to the amrou.t for which he has been acco:nmodated, mnakes the accoi,modatiJn a certainty of repay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 June 1870

BARBECUE. I Niil furn.h a I:rbece at Frog Level on Satnirday, the !nd o. Ju!y. Ladies are respectftlay invited to attend. Ample ar t.iangemats::t wiii b+e :ade for einjoymenr. June 9,:--1t J. ;. KIBLER 0 A I.Pi CORN. 50 BALES N. R. 1nd n.t ;rn HAY. RrLs. GOLIDEn SYRUP. a Lo for Cash at H. C. WISKEMAN'S. .ne 2', 2;--tf. J1T: RE(EIVED FRESH and NICE. LE:ON Gacs, SIg Gakes, Cream and Gipggcr Crackers. Large fine Lemnons. Pecan, 11cf, , .tter nid Walnuts. Choice Pickled F. M. Beef. English S r:ees a:il Pickles. Coue nroulni and while av:av the dull hours of long zSumncer iays at the plcasant OCCUpation of ettilg go:d thin at L. . M1RSHAWS STORE. June 29, 2G-1r. SAVE YOUR FRUITS. THE Carolina Mannfacturing Company 1::s jcst received a l:rge suppiy of FRILT CANS of a very superior quality, which -xill tie sold low for CASH. A. T. COOK, Sup't. June 29, 26--t f. "nariiaun Nolice for Final Discharge. THE n: lerigo.d hereby gives notice that he will apply to the Judge of rrobate Court, for Ne...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 June 1870

ACROSS THE RIVER. Wwewfor me the silent oar Parts the Silent River, And I stand upon the shore Of the strange Forever, Shall I miss thee lc,:ed and*known? Shall I vainly seek mine own? - 'Mid the crowd that come to meet Spirits sin-forgiven Listening to their echoing feet Down the streets of bea"r Shall I know the fooere! That I listen, W= Then w ;fie approach the brink I a Lhand extended, nc whose thoughts I loved to think Ere the veil was rended, Saying, "Welcome! we have died, And again are side by side." Can the bonds that wtakes us here Know ourselres immortal, Drop away, like foliage sear, At life's inner portal? What is holiest here below Must for'ever live and glow. I shall love the angels weil, After I have iound them In the mansions where they dwell, With the glory round them, But at first, without surprise, Let me look in human eyes. Step by step our feet mist go Up the holy mountain ; Drop by drop within us flow Life's unfailing fountain. Angels sing with crowns that bur...

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. — 6 July 1870

!,IS r " I 1_ emto .. .J. _w..-rAw . . .r .._. _ .... . . . N __. .._ . ...+. . r . _ . _ J _ - J .-Wf." + rru .w _ _ Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1870. is rUBRi1s>ED EVERY WEDNESDAY MUR ING, At Newberry C. II., By 'Thos, F. & R. H. Gronokep, Editors and Propriotors. " Iuvariably in Advance. 1' Tbhu pori ato ped at the ekpiratton of S --.bo "i; mark douotes espiration of sub The Moral Danger of the State. Loss of property and a losson 1 tl g o f personal security, a 1 though amoig the most grievous conscquonceos of an .impuro and jn capable government,. are not by any moans the most enduring roa sons why it is the duty of every good -citizn to take an active part in, the movement for obtaining a fitithful and worthy administra tion of the affairs of the State. Oppressive taxation and 'a grow, ing public debt prevent the ac cunmulation of' private wealth, and gradually cat away the most con riderablo fortuno. The argument which touches the pocket has a voneroto force di...

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. — 6 July 1870

W rdieldy, July 6,ISMO The Income Tas. The Senate has refused by a lar e ma jo:ity to impose any tax uon ineotP and as the tax n)ow existing c year by lImitation. thestifaction of thereafter, mauch m tis ffese the peopic, t -r?id iron steamship Tenncs Tpt. Ch ichester, form Char leston ~ C s oiNew York, was discovered on fire in the fo ward hatch at 10 o'clock, last Wednesday morning. The passengers were greadualy awakened as the fi nes made hcadway, and though all available means were used, the fire gradu ally increased in volume. The steamer was 4 nilcs N. E. of Cape Romain. At day-dawn she reached the coast. The noble steamship, with sails unbent, and used as a covering to the hatch-.ways, and with streams of water pouring into the hold, and her passengers provided with life.preservers, and taking their turn at the pumps, and the ship's boats all in readiness for an emergency, steam ed under a heavy pressure of water, to a point of safety, while the hot steam pouring into the eng...

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. — 6 July 1870

FOR SALE OR - TO LEASE FOR A TERM of YEARS. MY PLANTATION on Salnda, near Old Town Depot. MULES, CORN, IMPLE .IENTS, &c., may be had with the place. Apply on the place, or to JOHNS8N HAGOOD, BAR1'WELL, S. C. J ::y %, 2-4m"-e.o.w." " DELINQUENT LAND LIST OF aWr lEiItY COUNTY for the years 1s and 1w0. 11. Biragg, 4 acres, 1868. Mrs. 1argaret Kinard, 200 acres, 1838-9. Cha-les Lester, 127 acres, 186S-9 I:s. Nancy Love. Lot and Building, 1868 9. Martha Dackett. 110 acree. 1868. Geo. lDenson, 128 acres, 1868-9. A. S. Spence. 233 acres, 1808-9. Jenkins & JLtrtin, 88 acres. 18689. Mrs . Senn, 60 acres, 1868-9. Est. John (happell, 250 acres. 1808-9. V. F. P'.cerson, 130 acres. 1808-9. Mrs. Martha K:blcr, GS acres, 1868-9. ist. Minor Kinard, 25 acres, 1808-9. JohftfMathbis, 16 acres, 1868-9. N es. MKry Brennan. Lot and Baildi g, 1869. I:st. S. I1. Dunwoody, 50 acres, 1StD. .1. 11. Ilayes, Lot and 1Uilding, 18G9. E.t. Becjamin Lake. 500 acres, 1809. L. Mc,y, Lot and Building, 1859. Mr...

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. — 6 July 1870

PRETTY LINES. T Louis ville Journal says: "We defy any.tasteful lover of poety to read the fol r lowng lines, iihout exclaiming--or beautiful?" My soul tby sacred image keel' My nyd-night drea land and sea ; For nature the!y.terious hour, Aud 1ein wa king dreams I start; Ohjiiee but a fancy flower, Thou cherished idol of my heart, [hou hast each thought and dream of mine Have I in turn one thought of thine ? For over thine my dreams will be, Whate'er may be my fortunes here, I ask not-love-I claim from thee Only one boon, a gentle tear; May blessed visions from above Flay brightly 'round thy happy heart, And may the beams of peace and love Na'er from thy gowing soul depart. Farewell! all drears are still with thee, Hast thou one tender thought of me ? My joys like summer birds may fly, My hopes like summer blooms depat t, But there's one flower that cannot die, Thy holy memory in my heart; No dews that one flower's cup may fill, No sun-light toits kaves be given: But it will live an...

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. — 6 July 1870

Supplement to The Hera REFORM CON VENT1ON. A FULL AND INTER FSTIN} REPORT. THE SPEECHES OF ME,SsRS. SHANNON. KER SHAW. THiMAS, BIRU, BUTLER AND OTiiERS. T H E P L A T F O R M . THE KEY-NOTE CF THE MOTEME T THE i !l MI VATiO 1 - First Day's ProceeJtngs. ComUaI, W:-dnesday, June 15. The State Reform Convention, in its spirit and numbers, has fally equalled the most sin guine expectation of those who projected the movement. Its delegates are among the most patriotic citizens of the State, white and col ored, all aniimatod by a common feeling of tle necessity of an earust co-operation of all good t citizens to secure a good goveeunnt to the people. The Convention assembled at 8 o'cioci:, iu the large' < tng hall of the Columbia Hotel, which was hardly larg- enough for the com fortable acsommodation of the delegates. E. W. Seibels, Esq., of Richland, called the Convention to order, and nominated as tem porary presidioa oflcer Colonel Thomas Y. Himons, of Charleston. The nomination was...

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. — 6 July 1870

trum mn not les s appriajtead ied frmI de t-d B[GeererAnd, will say to ed [Geeral who have already shown their honor in war, that they are now prepar i the honor in t r stitl more endiating honu1s iue themslves fr shail have croWaoo on and when sn u sa. bs v.:tories mber2mren it tna b 3: I hope, sir, othe than warw L eprt wa shall go on. o less thin ar. :n conclnsion, that I thr in the proposition that And s:r. allow r{s movement, yeu must give go wth tl3oit by makiug your nominations. to . The proposition of the gentleman .elKetshaw [General Kershawl is correct. - ou cannot give force, ct::ciency and victory to a movement lik this, niesi you place your st.t d:ird bearets in the fneld. [Applause.] At.d. aentiemen, I i:plore by all those conside rations which address tsemselves to honest m.'tn, the citizens of the State, recardiess of color a"d of pa:rt', to uuit: in one eariest and vigorous rffortfor ti redemption and re_ene ration of the political and noastrisl afiairs of South Car...

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 July 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDA ;"rORNG~, JULY 13, 1870O. - THE HERALD Is rrDLISRED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOINNG, At #ewberry C. IL, By Thos. F. & R. H. Grneker, Editors and ?roprietors. Invariably in Advance. '- Thb paper is stopped at the expiration o ime for wnich it is paid. - The % mark denotes expiration of sub Cription. (From the Charleston News.) THE BALL OPENED. FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT CELEBRI TION IN EDGEFIELD. AN IMMENSE GATHERING. Speeches by .udge Carpenter, General But ler, Congressman Hoge, Elliott, Delaney and others. TIHE BARBECUE. A JOLLY TIME. THE GOOD CAUSE PROSPERS! oDGEFIF.LD C. I., Saturday July 2. This town has to-day been the scene of the largest gathering of people ever assembled within its limits. True, the chief object of the occasion was to celebrate, in a suitable manner, the adoption of' the Fifteenth amendment; but the announcement that Judge R. B. Carpenter, the gubernatorial can didate of the Union Reform par ty, General AL C. Butler, the nom inee for Lieutenant-Govern...

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 July 1870

Value of grca. --.- - ?i1 0 A?l Via- iteed "noes We make up tboustry of Califor from an i.ti'nd in the Weekly Al 4 '. The value of the annual ura productions is not less than of which wheat, barley, po catoes, maize, oats, rye and buckwheat give 33,788,418, at a value of $36,CS0.,. S60. The hay c-op is rcportcd at , 13 toes, and worta FAST.,00, In peas, beans, castor-beans, ot-ions, sweet potatoes, beats, peanits, pumpkins and turnips 1,i0,Q0 bushels were produced at a value of $I,500,000. Kitchen vcge tablcs a value of $5,688,270. There are 4,000,000 trees in the State, well cuiti vated, and making an estimated average of50 pounds of fruit to each, there would be 200,000,000 pounds, worth 2 ets per Ib. 'e yield of wine was 2,500, 000 gallons, and of brandy 250,000, at a valne of $2,2150,000. There are 20,000, 000 vines. The straw berry, blackberry, raspberry, currant and gooseberry nu:n her 20,(00,(00, and the crop is worth $1,000,000. With these values there are.60,000 horses, 100...

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 July 1870

Cheap Readi:g. "We bave made arrangement; with the proprietor of the C l:og '.s Fae, a first class, eight-page Agricutral Weekly. pub lished at Wiiinirgon, N. C., to club that fournal with the lEtALD, at Sf 23 per year jor the two. to all new subs:rihers to the Farmer. Specimen copies of th Carolina Farmer m-ty be seen at this office." Feb. 23, S-if. "7 Wm. IE. "ernard. Proprietor of the star Advertisig Ageney, W ilmington, N. C., is au:horized to receive advertisements for this paper at our lowest cash rates." z FORTHELE;ISLATUIE. -DR. D. II. VERT repcectfully presen tell to the citizensf .ewberry, for their suf frage at the ensuii election. May 4, IS-tf. \i'BERi - Iy-OUR} MANUFACTLI;ING INTERtESTS.-The m tnufact reirs of the North have nked for and lbtained the - sistanee of the National Govcrnicnt until they have become a burden to the people at large, and the tax p:.d by the United States for the supp'rt of these manutl cturers is equal to all the other taxes put together. Let o...

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 July 1870

L-E LO ED AND LOST. 'rbe following poem from the Church o I'he ollomg po? ,ie a "sour naland \ aztne will come like a in the night" to many a strickenhrat "The loved and lost !" Why dr out:rd lost? eCauS we mrWer our pathway crost, r 1f, and loving them the most, away relieved them from life's weary load. They are not lost; they are within the door That shuts out loss and every hurtful thing, With angels bright, and loved ones gone on before, In their Redeemer's presence everniorc, And God Himself their Lord, their Judgc and King. And this we call a loss: o selfish sorrow - Of selfish hearts ! 0 we of little faith. Let us look round, some argument to bor row, Why we in patience should await the ior rbw. That surely must succeed this night of death. Ay, look upon this dreary, desert path, The thorn and thistles wheresoe'er we turn; What trials and what tears, what wrongs and wrath, What-struggies and nha' strife the journey hath: They have escaped from these ; and lo! we mourn. Ask t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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