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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 July 1871

THE HERALD T - dfrt .numa nuet 4t aamsEse(31 Llb -zesegas,ountmSiiMOat.i. EVERY WEDNESDAY V!ORNING, FF 0 E'sSpecial modeces in local column 20 cesfa %I%al;a & -H, Greeker, raniamala.. bsariftla Advanc. s=e "'''"''yl I.WDNESDAY MORNING, JULY1,17.Io 8 o.o >fop*~~pe daw=pnemo.sb 71! H The 1wdy of the World. i stinoruing yo start on the journey - riire,a tibeart ful of hope and your pochet of gold, qWien the air seems with sunshine and hap- f pine we, Tm. think you can never grow weary and old. Th6 path lies before-the ascent is but d And th soft springy turf with fresh dew drop is pearled, W ajout spirit is bright and your foot step is ligha . It's a very nice way is the way of the world. When surrounded by friends you stride n gaily along, And each weaves for the other green gar- P Tands of bays; WhbU-yo lighten your journey with langh ter -and song, g 'Twill be sunshine, you think, till the end h of your days. - If steeper the path grows as still it ascends, What prospects of ...

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. — 12 July 1871

le' MMKWKR Z_. r-*52. 0, *nish itMy I9,187I. L W NdL J .sjer all right ~ th. tit.. 'TheA e was acci -10OWL put dowaLixs the Liberty Hall bai iateed of Whitmires. Weacknowledge the receipt of a hand sQely printed catalogue.of the Madison e6:44 Inastitowj Richmond, Ky., and jIdethanhi ibstitution is in a flourish - nge6ifidod, ad the course of studies addiilg good. We are.ind4bted to Mr. Z. W. Beden *agh, of Newberry.District, a member 4f the J.unior Class of Boanoke College, 7X-iigina, for a copy of the catalogue of that institution for the present year, the exercises of which hive just closee for the Summer vacation, to be resumed in S.ptember next. There are one hunred and fifty-one students in this..College, four of whoml are from South Carolina. sntha Gardene. We are indebted t, Messrs. ,-Walker, ais & Cogswell,*publishers, for a copy f a nWt and sEful- pamphlet of about &eAty pages, bearing the' aboe title. &,s author,.Dr.-Henr. W. Ravefiel, of Aiken, a gerfl m t'e-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. — 12 July 1871

TAX NOTICE. OFFrci oF Co,TY AtDIfoi, NEWBERRY COUnTY. % i3rsnance-of an Act -of the General Ae=bW at its last ses4 Ml y fCfce at Newberry C. I., wI be op.n on and aftet the FHIST DAY OF:JULY..to..receife the fetrft oPRSGdL'ROPERTY of the a.taTcoi his Conr.ty for.the year 1871i. -.ABanks csn be" obtained *e thia.oflide. Tax-paeses ale ifired.to 'enter on blanks tlitransfers or P ocaseoffeal 'estate, and Ili6t all ner ingsic'tedsince last re 7bere taxpay-ers neglect to lbake their V.torns to those anthorized e reeeive them, the County Antifor is complled,-by law, to darge them with lie return of the previous year, and adiFIFTY PER CENT thereto alt penalty. This cflice Books will .close first day of Aegust, ir87. S. MONTGOMERY, July 5, 27-4t. County Auditor. SURPLUS PEACHES OffERTED INTO BRNDY, At Short Notice. THE subscriber will receive at his STILL, seplas peaches from freit growers, and convert the same speedily into good Bran dy, on usual terms. All persons having more fruit than ...

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 July 1871

AT THTE WINDOW. eghntine,' ra trail A -twe rose anclematia, Trai and-ine and-clasp-rd kiss, -e,kit ; and make her-a. bower All of flowers, and drop mte.a flower. - Drop me a ower. Vine, Tine and eglantine, Can not a iower, aflower, be mine ? Rose, rose and clematR, Prop me a f->wer, a flower, to kiss, dj So{ arower,a9eret Dropped, afl*er. An instrument -has been invent &I that marks "the ebb of time,, howi hoim any.mniutes.tbe( are jior to ay event. If place. it, the postoffice it reads: "Math -4en in thirty minutes ;" one mm *.tdr it eadin twenty-nin ," -tbel uin twenfy-eight and so on. A ailway statiol it reids: M"ThiNtrainleaves in ter minates,"-then in eight, -etc., and when y the andex -reaches 0, the traintarts. Thus, any Passenger on entering x station, knows just h)o* muel time ha has for getting tf6kiets;cb k a newspaper and t seat" ii out. consultipg a wXtc or a cockto aswcrtain the hour oJ the day. - onn"g. gentleman who .ha Jus, married a, little undersized beauty...

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 July 1871

ADVERT~ISINC RATES. babewl for IWO 1t 3s PUBLISNED cola_ prnqaz tc e nEnt Bb EVERY WEDNESDAY MOINING, At Newberry C. .,a By Tho. F. & R. H. Greneker, pe Editors and Proprietors. n g o Invubfbly in Advance. us Jo istop,ed at the xpira.tion of 'w''*'"Vol. VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1871. No. 9. *gb The) mak denotes expiration of sub A CASE OF TRUE LOVE. BY AMY RANDOLPH. Little Lillian was packing her trunk. She was going out as gov erness. Her fast friend, Miss Sa rah Honeycroft, had called to bid her good bye. . "So you're really going, Lilly ?" sighed that elderly lady, viewing the- preparations for departure that strewed the floor around her. "Yes, Miss Sarah, I am really goin i" "To be a governess ?" "Yes, to be a governess I" "It's a hard life," sighed Miss Sarah again. "No harder thsn many others," answered Little Lilly, folding a nest of white aprons. "And to think you've always * lived so easily until now !" "That is the very reason I should be willing to work when 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. — 19 July 1871

X.I B R, . aed = for m in-s. Attentios is directed to the proclama tion in another column, ordering the election, to fill the vacancies in the Board of Gounty Commissioners, to be held on the 8th of August next. By some acci dental or intentional cause, most proba bly the latter, the order first published in thr&ola-bia Union, ind which fixed the election for the 25th of July, was withdrawn, hence there could be no elec .4m; Governor Scott being waited on and interviewod by Mr. Mayes, who was appointed by the citizens of Nesyberry for purpose, has again issued a notice, and. this. time for the 8th of August. Our fellow-citizens will understand then that there will be an election. And fur ther, that tbe nomination made in public meeting, on the 3rd of July, of Mr. J. N. MARTIN and WM. LESTER, still holds good. Need we add a word more, as to the importance of uniting on this nomina tion, and endorsing the action of that meeting heartily? This is no time for division! no time for p...

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 July 1871

f RTL1 D,ngist and Apothecarn 5NFWBERRY, S. C., eps constantly on hand a.full stock of PURE DRUCS 1di.ines and Chemicals, erflhMery, Toilet and Fancy Article C-WES, BR//SHE8, Mms,Abdomina and Uterine Supportem ine .Dyes, Kerosine 011, ltim., Lamp Fixtures ZOHE TEAS, WUES, LIQUORS, ALE, PORTE] .egars4& Smoking Tobacco, AND 1V W V&DEN AND FIELD SEB .EO~ Sti AT LOW PRICES FO R C ASI. PROPRIE rOR OF Pratt's Concentrated -Essence of Jamai Ginger. Headache and Liver Pills. " Compound Mandrake Bitters. " Fluid Extract of Bacbu. Specific for Gonorrhoea, Gleet, &e Physicians' prescriptions carefully coz pounded at any hour of the day or night. July122S-tf. PRATT'S' HEADACHE AND LIVER P1LL KI Contain no Mereury or other poisonox 4incral. These PILLS are invaluable in t 'jiseases of the S,)ath. such as Bilious ar termittent Fevers, Torpidity and Inactic the Liver, COnstipation of the Bowel Hiliois and Sick Headaches, Giddiness, < Vertig6, Accamalation of Bile, Jaundie some forms...

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 July 1871

Xte Lockhy has beer. "U'n4er the Stars," and ddfases their reflected light upon the Bwton Aedvertei: 'Tw.4s on a cloudless summer night; Tb moon three down her radiant light; The river ran, a silver thread, Beside the curving road that lad Arotnd the hills:-with Itugh and song, A merry crowd, we drove along. Beside me sat-you know-a friend; My gaze toward the stars did tend; "How bright!" I said. He answered "Tef, As bright as stars?" But, dear, you guess That while for me the stars did shine Iis eyes looked level into mine. Jukt then, from blue moonlightcd space A star droped ; all its shining race L->oked after it and blinked away In careless wonder: "Quick, I pr-ay, Aud wish, before it falLs," I cried, *-'e wished," he quietly replped. Bat what he wished he would not tell, Although I teaued him ;-"All the spell Were broken if this night he told; Bu hnagain the sciateredgc Should Q,prinkle all the he.%venly blue Ie'd tell me, and 'twould all come true." And all the night the st...

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. — 26 July 1871

A-- r fte r e - o n e n t AuLr t i n a , a .RY WEDN'ESD.Y .0ONING, rN-r4cesof er -i . . -- or resner, 'Nme rates per aga'e s odnt At 3ewberry C. H., adsemem - Sp decilnie n lcl aam* By Tos. F. & RH. Greneker, Editors and Propric ori. lop,rged o rkilag:7. Isaiably in Advar.ce. *--,_ScI. ta~mdewhlg-.4 " prit tepped at the expiration of I vole VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1871. N O )eenk. - Oteh expiration of S3b THW-UwMAND OUTWIWED. %,-A -AGAE FoR TWo TO PLAY. .;A' %eek at the watering place. ifMni*ot of the time each dav son 'nrthe compay of Mr. M:ii wL, the- aentlemaa whiin Miss Ellsworth-s friend, Ned Wilitta ker, had introduced to her one Morning on the piazza. She hid ia *it' him along the sh;re nrolight erenings, and 4h"addiwed wi(h .him in the thronged drawing rooms. Hiss Eilkworth was not a flirt. iwdu di.tributed her ideals amin 4 piiR gesttlemen, and she had fSu'nd'her ileal well ni:,,-h reali.ed in Ar. -Mainwell. Onty the eve ning before their tali had with drawn it...

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 July 1871

I Y dyj iuly s, -81u . The State Fair in Koimber. Tethird annual Fair of t:e Agricue. tural and Mechaical Society of South CardliRi, wil begin oil Mndir, the 6;h t Novemher ne"t, and cio.e onS the Uth. The Prewljitm list, sereral o which we have received through Mr. Ge). Svints, of Clombia, offera the t most jIaeral. premiunjs ia the deparz ments to bezepresented. The intcz.t- f egpof{ the week wiHi be, relvmd. i(tT e po*.14de, bv Pmpeitire mu cal ex'ereiarfrom several tine band-z :A tourian,eft, unkr the managemient cf v Col. Haskel, and a haa-tar by the ladies h (te tt,oria As_socia;iop. .%Fhat ray the County Agricntural S ieties-.Zo. making the forthco.ilg I E a grand succss? what says the j * NeJwberry . Agricultural Society,- and what'say our reople generally ? Shall thiprodn.cts-'f our fitelds and forests, ercfard-s.nd vineyard:-our workshop:, I tne, and quLrries-our st-nbles, Larn yard- and stock-lats-the pantry, the e(dwe, the laundry, the nursery and the' sewing cirele-thi....

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 July 1871

~MAION. TEWJDT H-VA ROUIVA, RPART UENT otti9T.x, a!y1th, 1871. MBERas:att>niatonha.- been offi cjiy riedt thi- Department, that v'icia.have. oectrr. d in the cffices of C.Unty:otohiasion"re, in the Coi:tv of rt ebgrrv,fi the offics of Nimeo: Yo:iag a:g aviF dailtou4: No-, thepefore, 1. R(JBERT K. SCOTT, Gdverr of the 'tate of .'onth Carolina, in _0 6W111Fih th,- T iirt-r-seventh Section of~i th4 b+prmr -Ath, 18SGS, enrit i*d*"nkt-. dtufine the ltie- %nd jnzri, diciofr cciCi&d , Con mi-sionerl," do here hpins i_t n y procl.mation, th it a -Q:- p. cn !.-t w h. held on TUKSDAY. THE Si1.?"Qf T fST NEXT, to fill said reacess for*tie- mactpi.red term thereof withi .aid- Cont v. !e Iiiir4fllZ4rr-"tf-E-etion appointed ip n - t Act p-oviding for the GeuatEeetons, nad the manner of con rig -ho -sanie".- approved Iarch IAt, amel.Ai4riz-l and <irected to con dqLV*e,id'speeisi election, and to make :all*deiedr atr-ingemnen:t" the-refor, andi ed?fd'ien.aW're.lerebv r,qlired, after due p...

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 July 1871

IFor thc nertl. TEN YEARS AGO. Tea years ago the sta:s aud ittripes were fieatinu. proud mad free, Without &an iray ou the :ad or o.V o she sea. _h **;U0sMnution was oar guide, i- 1e -spiau the WaR, Lire. lierty and ; -.dee then were free W Tea yeam: * s;o we hadI no rse for Provo.-t guard& and clowns, With hbipra eag1e, on their cap. paradi through otr zwnP. A police Ngeent with ui$StI3d Of haf a J.eemen, Were vite ea,ugh by dty or night to 011! Tea y"A a note on bank was ju"t a, ood as gold, Nor did-ve ka:e to Pat a sta:u ou CyVry thing we sold; Bat now 'tia stamps o. a3 wo Set, or giv or 4eor bnyt They ta a now becase xc live and stamp u when we die. Tea y are ago the Demo,:rats were nserp - iii their hour.e, And everrthing both North and Soutb wi:sz quiet a a MOnse, But aow the abolition crew ha-ve unSertoof The negro is their hobby.horsr, their t b'ec is to rob. -L. J. C. Castelaro n the Sabbath and Liber y. TZhe _folowing extract from C:s telar's famous def'nce of 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. — 2 August 1871

IR noks, X; %tYJIkFJA onOeRaINIoNuYG,ITVDEDYIRNN,AGS 2 81 o 1.c.Ns - - -- - Is,l ro1pp ot's thoa expir4tio o m0dnot" -.xpmtoRnN of su-bVl* W 0 ESAYAfRIN,tU tfi% bound for St. Louis had just Aft the depot of. Bellefontaine, whon 4nt0AP AOptored the smoking car MdIsid Ma "hand upon the shoulder D 1uIM traveling-companion--a tall, k4i q'ieipan'of thirty, who sat mu a60 bl6wing rings of smoko into the rey,',aid the new comer, "if yqu went to Oeo.at 'onlce the sweetest sad iadest sight you ever beheld, go Ibto the'1at car but one on the train. Thorq'&' onetiirant German woman, *I9ITob?.l}tlo 6hildren, and during tho iffftboi t i yotigest-a baby bos4lied. The mother and the other ahildren are inconsolable." tI can' understand," interrupted ihe smoker, "the sadness of sueh a isdeno, biut where is the sweetness youj (ksf ?" 4I'4 onlug to that. The whole Sty yhavo becu tmkeu In charge of by SToung lady. Such a boauty ! She's arled the motor's tears, and wiped the ohildresi'g noses She's ...

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. — 2 August 1871

-- _ rz352Y, S. t dbasday, Augu5t 9, 18"7. - Egricultu~ral Socieis We. resp.ectly sulbwit to our 3gt"uI ur ies th' great im:ta.ce of and to this end S tAerttic of tricutur .! so-ieties eanot bepvernae. Lut the genzlenn fo' In n* ooo or svttlement socie tis cn tJhn bu"id. u a centrnd body. How aotd It do to hegin to-day, and consiler tlie p,opriety oc opening the a t*ricultun.ti 7<-ar (ike thoeutomm.rclI:,) "KKrt'Sfeptacber? &enz your soceties, g'erntemean, 9dali.4 your linez, and create your The innual Address, J) -Dired hefore the Eluration:. l s-te of S. C. it Deemmer h t by Phvf; *. H Cairlisie, n.ettey printedi in Oephiet form, with an ae-tra.t ar th. inntes of tho first annnal rtee;r. name% of offiors and m.emehrs. i<just -e ceire-1. and w., thank the frien. who scn t it. .t i needless to say that Prof. Car ic.4 acdrezs wrs app?npi:e to the oc ca.in, and rep'ete with s.mnd ad% ic as well as aotinding in gems thortue for it 6 e1l known tht hI k a heau'i fut atiractive ...

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. — 2 August 1871

COTTON Gms. Brown's Georgi.t Pattein Coton Gin ie.ekl~luTade digood uii t t runiv- and unsurpasssei ii I- thi staple prodneed. Price $4 per. w, delivered at any R. R. de where the-freight does no e ofWo' 1ai1roads. t-N t seel Bh Cotton Gins + -es comiands th lghest isarket price where ordinary care i * in tho preparation. At the Cottoi rbat Augusta, Ga., last year 010"WettGiss in comperition. and th nas.awarded to the Gullett Gin 50per saw. of various patterns. Hors Rane's Pormible SteamEngiues -)K i.kv Ploughs. LEY, 42 East Bay St., South o Meakosten, .S. C. WARRANTED iV~NE' CRUOP, ASSORTED VARIETIES. Z4Sale Cheap For Cash. AT RATT'S Drug Store uy26, 30-tf. Best Vitagar. We have a fresh stock of-PURE APPLI LIDER-VINEGAR, and aso of WHITI WINE VIXEGAR. . LOVELACE & WHEELER. tuly 26. s0-3t BUT .YOUR TICKETS 'N the Goinmbia Co-Operative Building Association Lottery, 'oon to be drawn, car be obtainied by applying at this-Herald office. . Tickets $10 each, capital prize $15, 000. On...

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. — 2 August 1871

WK TWO. It's we two, it's we two, i's we tvto for ae, All the world and we two, and. Heaten be our stay. Like a honek in the lift, sing, 0 bonn! brde I All the world was Adam once, with Eve bj his side. Wbat'.ae wCrld, my lass, my love-wha caneit do? I am thine, and thou art mine, life Is sweet and new. If the worid haVe mied the mark, let it stand by, For we two have gotten leare, and once more we'll try. Like tatverock in the lif:, sing, 0 bonny biide! le's we two, it's we two, happy side by side. Take a kits from me thy Man; now the song begins, "Ali Is made afresth for us, and the brave heart wins. When the darker days come, and no sun will shine, Thou shalt dry my tears, law, and I'll dry thinie. Il'e we two, it's we two, while the world's away, Sitting by the golien sheaves, on our wed * ding-day. THE LITTLE SLEEPERS. Little feet no longer patter, Liuile ips no longer chatter, Patter, chatter as of yore; What's the matter? Why the clatter Slent, on the co"ago door? Little hear...

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. — 9 August 1871

T EAVERTISINC RATES. 7 HE AERdv.e-remzs4w- at therat* $ 1 3for each subsequent insertion. Dou zs PUn.tsaEDcotma advertisements ten per cent on abcu EVEP.Y WEDNESDAY MORUNING, * m n , ua d ewberry 0. Rrtisements. By Thog. I.&R H. Greneker, ~ ''aetsmnsemre.t s e Editors and Proprietors. a d acordg . ____________ Special contracts made with- lrge adrer Se e tisers, wib lib ra1 ddutius os at:overt C pTbw is ed at the expfatton ot I MORNING, AUGUST 9, 187L N. 3tc tmfoWgtl= 0Vol. DNerms Cash.NT UG XTe~ maLrk denotes expirationofsb WHY HE MARRIED. "And don't you know when you -will pass through this part of the ,country again, Mr. Verley ?" "No I don't," said the old bach elr decidedly. He was something of a bear to sraswer so crustily when Barbara Smith stood in the doorway, with the shadowy lashes drooping over the soft brown eyes, and the roses melting into deep carmine on her rosy cheeks, until her musio. dress was plain in comparison. Sueh a pretty. big-eyed, loving little Bar bar...

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. — 9 August 1871

bit~a4y, Aigust 9, 183 Charleton.,letions. We heartily congratuite the metrop olis in. the late glorious work of stemmin the tile of corruption which has forn long time been beating against her nob A i-stiutions. In the election of Mr. Wai ener and the citizenS' ticket, thero wi be an end to misrule, tarbeience and an infernal system of taxation, whic is cried "give, give," to support i illenes.s an hundred (more or less) newij ly created officials and strappers, unt iay a wido- has been. robbed < her Lome and restricted in the educatic of her children in order to meet the ta: But a change hu.cpme and the soli man of GharlesWo4il1 now spiritedl .egia the rork of recuperatio:. One of the interesting features of th late election Is in the fact that althoug the sharp chaps of the legislatur changed the time of voting to a seaso of the year when. many of the met chants. and private citizens would I absent, Rad;calism was defeated in it stronghold by a majority of 777!!! Like the resu...

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. — 9 August 1871

-DISTILLUU-.NOTICE Recent Teats B p e . THAT GOQ BRANDY CANNOT B MAIDE FROM SMAt WORR&Y PEACHES, AND as the en-ire crop is of that charatt, I hereby give notice that I will not atteni to make any more Brandy, itor will I r( ceive any more peacheq a my Dotiflleri My friends will please take :otice and a accordinglv. -OSBORNE WELLS. Aug. 2, 31-2t. AB ENT. Durinz nv as.erQe from, the St1%te, Mi Tbaddeu. S. Duncan i my duly authorize Attorney, and will .tsatsact any busine. for.ie as eff.-ectuiilyas.I could do were preaent myself. G. T. SCOTT. Newberry, S. C., Jal.y 26, 3o-3mos. Co-Operafive -iilding Asso ciation. -AS many ingvirles have- been directed t me relative to the -din3rl- o:the ticket which may remsin rholdpl-yal4-state r,s they WILLr. sOLD JWroMfdrwing take place. As but 2 000 dir*ts,wil'bi iu-d nni the price fixed so low, a sflip q:ail the ticket must be effected In hiler-to- cover the vx penses of the drawing. Aid the- Generi Agent will po%itivelfn9t hid a ticket on ih ...

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. — 9 August 1871

NOT PARTED. They are not parted, tnough their feet Have wandered far in different ways, And though they nevur more may meet On winter cves or summer das. It matters not though realms divide, Though boundless seas between them roll; For still, defyfng wind and tide, Heart yearns to heart, and soul to soul. They are not parted-only those Are parted whom no love unites; Their absence breaks not our repose Who have no share in our delights; They may be by our side, and still As far from us as pole from pole, Who lack the sympathetic thrill Of heart to heart and soul to sou!. A VERITALE F[S-FATER-They hae in Garoline county, Maryland, a veritable fire-eater named Coker, a colored man. The Easton Journal says of h, -Coker, the negro fire eater from Garo line county, was in Easton, and was in dued to give an exhibition of his fire proof qualities. of which so much has been said. lie lapped his tongue, sev eral times on a red hot shovel, rubbed the same hot shovel on the bottom of his foot,...

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