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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 August 1871

THE HERALD) IS rUBLISnYD EE.Y WEDNESDAY M0RNING, It Newberry C. H., By ThoS. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. .,. ,Mas 49Affe eIMMY, - . Inariably in Advacoe. 7tin . f paerr is sepped at the expiration of _S T Adetfe et here tbe t iti3ti.AG - The > mark dzotu expiraton of sub- - t - edvrttse ents THE IMPROMPTU MARRIAGE. "For heaven's sake, Susy, do I-e _serious, if you can, for five min utes. Pray, pray, cease this tri * fing which is but cruel playing with my feelings, and let us treat this subject as it deserves, soberly and seriously." "Well, there, then !" cried the laughing, black eyed girl to whom Charles Westerly spoke. "There, then, is that grave enou,h ? See. the corners of my mouth are duly turned down. and.my eyes rolled tp, and I am as sober as a patient ivho has caught sight of the den tist's instruments. Do I suit you -1Y6t suit me anyhow. and you kow it well, you witeb I" cried Charles, gazing with . smile at the pretty flace pu-kered up in its ft&...

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. — 16 August 1871

am e Olege Veiad the pletsure last week of a visit.from \.r. Julius D. Dre:er, of the above prosperous institution, situated .kSalem, Va., in the charming Roanoke Valley. - We were pleasl to learn from Mr. $ieer thii Roanoke College enjoys .all the facilities.and advantages of a local aigAersl kind, togetber with a mini mum of expenses which commena it to universWi notice. The College is presided over by a Foll faculty and the student in -hshours of recreation reaps the benefits arising from a large and valuable library, adani extensive cabinet of minerals, pilosophial and chemical apparatus, 'Ac., sid the opportunities afforded in the eqjant halls and library rooms of the hFetry soc.ieties, where literary culture ind parliamentar.y usages are discussed and illustrated. And then when the tensionof the mind seeds relaxation from study, the student is invited forth by a bracing atmosphere, enlivening mineral waters, charming muntain scenery, the pastoral beauty of Afh auiet vales, and...

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. — 16 August 1871

.. TiUE OUR Stock of ?amisting of -MUSLINS, LAWNS, GRENADIU&, LENOS, Printed Brilliants and French Cambrics, 'Will be o&red from this date at and under NEW YORK COST. . Acounter has been et apart on which 2tRAGAINS in *arious kinds of DRY GOODS will be offered. fPuchasers are invited to call and exam i4e. TERMS CASH. .A. J. McCAUGHRIN & CO. Ag. 9, S-21-t. Molasses, Flour, &c. s l'.Chc-N. 0. Molasses. 3.'Seks'Liverpool Sail. Sacks No.-.1 -amn Floar. .Sacks Noq. 2-Four. . 1 Tier:e SugaeCared Canvassed Hams, - 6 Ca*" Fresh Lard in Caddies. Fresh Xeal, Gri.st, &c. '3las Jars for Preserving Fruits. For Sae LOW FOR CASH. A. J. McCAUGHRIN & GO. Aug. 9, 32-2t. NOTICEs ,: RAVE this day associated with me my -eohee MR. A. J. McCAUGHRIN who iL fro this date take charge of and con Gie the business under the name of A. J. kcCAUGHRIN & CO. Our terms hereaf ter wil be CASH. All parties indebted to at will fiad their it-s and Accounts in %q. heads of my bro(he. for colle...

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. — 16 August 1871

Plain Languag by Tr th pl Which I wish to repeat, And my langtuge is plain, TIh.t in Ways of ideCeit Awd tricks that aro vain . -The-iri tf thie period' islive7y the same I wo-ld rise to explain. L :y WThi oas her name I .eed n>)t deny revr. t> the Sale, 3it 'ho name migbt imply; Y cri:heeks were provoa-ingly rosy, A i I ewitehi.gly penciled her eye. -3s in Lent, week the third, -Vi-.h tont ponitiot 4ki; W li imiulght be inferred 1lyWhite was likemvi<e -r -ie hunbigged Johann3s, my - , aa wag Ishal at ways despise. -%e had a suall g'ame I)y some id#! and seek f nftmtomi. The -.:e i te emikd as sh- ogled Johanneq - i;*a * gie thIt wAs sa"u'y aad me;. yeo amn it adrinced nd myv sorro-v enh-mced Ar the sf.%e of John's vest ,,- A: i.ed like a ware of the ocan, .he same has a turbui-at brm'. P' :h:m :i!:a that ar-, pl-yed C tht girt of the P., Al- :'- p:rteS4 91he MdeC insalrmngto se, shc t-iried on her left hind foreCr:a 'AlJam:.eq had promi'sed to D:.." l. I tooked up at John,...

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. — 23 August 1871

T H EH E RA L DADVERTISINC RATIES. THE HFERALD~p e- -i Advertisements inserted atthe rate of ! is PUB.iSRED mlfrec usqetisriD O IS PUIr.ISIl n 'olumrn adv ertisem ents te'n yer cent on ::h.. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING rNotcesofmeetints, obituariesand trib - of respect, same rates pe~r square as or di;.. ) 4Specia notices in local column 20 ce: At Newb)ery C. 11., ~1.im m ns By Thos. F. & R. H. GPln'ker e ,ne. Editors and Proprie:or-. b2r .ons will be kept tu titi forbs * * S pecil contracts made with large as - Invariably in Adrai. ce. --~ - - - -- - ~- ~~~ ~ - --- -- - - i r 'hlh iA n rn s . e . -TiNp er ig stopped at the expiration of QS EYUX( 'time for wEicri it is pui2d. IT0 :3LIocw: etns n ipt ?lmar. dc0' xpiration of sub Vol. VII. WEDNESDAY MORNINNG, AUGUST 2 erm Cach. aeription. EDITH WARREN, A TALE OF THE REVOLUTION. r About a quarter of a mile from t Collyb-xrk's Poi:nt, on a beautiful little knoll, stood, in the tOne of'! -the Rvolation, a ne.t and prettv a (for those day...

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. — 23 August 1871

I SEWTMERRA43S. C, dednesday. August 23, 18A. - -e- neeftn war. In view Of the fr-ritless eesults of the Cnrean war, the New York Evening Posta>k: . "Is it -ti thtae tov'ise sorme other way of.perqwling s-vnges to civilization than by kiliing and mntilating them? If no better way can be found of dcaling with them, - would it not be wise to let thein aloiie altogether? An is there in any recognized code of worality or of public a .v any grant to us of the right of compellin- a nation to hold communi cation with us, against its will ? These q1estiQre certainly deserve consideration, tsven if the recent attack upon the Co !ean% should prove to have been fully ijustiuj'l by an exceptional provocation." Lubricating Oil. .t isveli known that in the friction of two surfaces together, a ccrtain amount of heat is produced, and that the office of a lubricat-r .s to reduce this friction to a Iminitutiui, by filing up the inecualities of the- s,irfaces, and preverting their ad h The more com...

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. — 23 August 1871

Ronnoke College, Salem, Va. The Nineteenth Session begins September 6, 1871. T HITS Institution has a full corps of in stru.ttors, a thorough course of studies, and aimns at a high grade of scholarship. Its superior educational advantages, mocerate expenses, healthy location, and exvellent mail, traveling and telegraphic iacilities, render it well worthy the atten tiort and patronage of the South. Entire Pxpenses for sesion' of ten months about ( 210. This esttmete includes Board and j Tuition, embracing Modern Languages. A slight advance on the above for Students boarding in private families The session is divided into two terms of live months each. begining September 6, 1871, and February 1, 1872. t a Student wray enter at any time iand take regular course, or such studies as they pre- e faa! The College is in a flourishing conditio,i, t is rapidly risini hi public favor, and num- f ,ered .er- s.ttdents of last session a represe9tatives:rom fifteen States. r 0, "afogres can be hAd...

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. — 23 August 1871

FLY TIME. mI, lhr -9.y.., tht b1or lie D-bbing it 1.1ose, and me'cl'h, a::, eye, Over the ceinc.g. over the- 11CT, Over all th.s ;1(-)p!e C.tt, Tiel:li: , Mi,r % ill:-et, youtget oui - i i, pJiat o a aJy'S clel , * *4:..t: b.ehin.1 a tort uoi ek Accursed 11Y fro:n t*igh2ll below Never cam: pe-t that pil us :. Nibb1!!:: Fresh frr'a the S:y, The Ioribe sty, whethe 1 porkersl. EVc the do-, with a Suari and a boun, at the ins.,et that swari% arou:nd, The at- i- blle. with the oath th:t try To drowa the hum of t:e cdious L'Y. When the weary pigrin: -eks repo;ze, Tlerc'; a !iornpip.: J d on ths top of,hi nosne; Tliere's a vigorouto omi, - and a ela:n and a And that is the ernd of th: ileeper's nap. Stinging, Wi.y, oh, wty Were you credted, pestilent fiy ? Once I wts pio--, b.t feil from grace layed the knte open, and coppered the ace, Made of niyself a t.rribie piv WbenII tle devi9 caugIt I:e out on" a fly Uow strange it is 0: L woil !, try To kill with cob:tit :L i lainou ly; How stran;e...

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. — 30 August 1871

.THE HERALD o IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1011NING, o It Newberry C. H. By Thos. F. & R. H, Greneker, Editors and Proprie:ors. Invariably in Advance. _c i t e is stopped at the expiration of USTbRNTNE~ time for whc iai Vol. VI WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1871. No. 35. 0 The , mark denotes expiration of sub fcription.or_ eachsbsequentinsertion.Do - - - . - . ~ v I~c olu dyrtiet fiteu pe ir ce t Cso Sir Walter Scott. Commenting on the centennial anniversary of Scott, the Mobile Register furnishes the following particulars of his life : Walter Scott was born in Edin burgh, on the 15th day of August, 1771. He was 'educated for the i bar, applied himself to his profes sion with conscientious diligence, though ever delighting in poetry, tradition and romance, and was made sheriff, (or, perhaps more properly, "sheriff-depute,") of S11 kirkshire, when still a young man. His first literary efforts were metrical versions from the Ger man, published in 1796. Other poems followed from ti...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 August 1871

AzlrWREW R r, S. C. dednsday, August 30, 187. The Narrow Gauge. We have received from Mr. James P. Low, Chief Engineer of the Blue RUge R. R., an interesting and instructive report to the President and Board of Directors upon the positive merits of the narrow gauge system. The narrow gauges vary from two to four feet, but three feet, says Mr. Low, is the measure toward which @ opinion of quali fled judges tend. As we glance through the copious data, true statement of facts and clear reasoning of the report, the following is deduced: ' that twenty per cent. of the cost of grading and bridging Is saved by the diminished size of the works; that the trick will cost 42 per cent. less; that, on the mountain divisions, one half the work may be saved, and the line greatly redaced in length, say from 147 to 130 miles to build." Mr. Low ventures to reduce his estimate of November 17, 1870, from $6,800,000 to .4, 000,000, as the probable cost of completing the road ready for the rolling stock,...

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. — 30 August 1871

DURABLE AND CONV USE. OVER 7,000 S0l STATE 3. For recommenda fer to the following gentlemer in use: Col. Simeon F.ir, Win. F. Nance, P. 11. C! singer, Daniel Gog:ms, J. Be4on Wert-, U1 Newberry. Mtjor Z. W. Garwile, Town Gorne'l, Elv J. Guffin Williams, J. Wash Watts, Laure For sale at Manufacturer's A. J. McCA Aug. 23, 34-tf. HORSE POWERS. FARQUHAR'S Improved Triple Geared Iron Horse Power, for Ginning Co:ton, Threshing Grain, &c., using 4, 6, S or 1o H1orses. For informnio,, apDly to A. J. McCAUGHRUN & CO. Ang. 23, 34-tf. Flour, Bagging, Ties, &c., &c. 20A Bags and Birrels Flour, medium to choice. 2500 yds. Gunny and Domestic Pagging. 100 Bdis. Arrow and Eureka Ties. 5 Hhds. C. R. Bacon Sides. 6 Cases prime Lea' Lard. I Tierc-. Sugar Cured Hams. For saie by A. J. McCAUGIIRIN & C~O. Aug. 23, 34-if. Dupont's Gunpowder. For sale at Factory prices, with expenses added. Byv A. J. McCA UG HRIN & CO.. Ag'ts for D)upout's Powder. Autg. 23, 34-cf. Pratt's Astral Oil...

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. — 30 August 1871

LIGHTED. Mine to the core of my hear, my beauty! Mine-all mine, and for love, not duty; Love given willingly, fail and free, Love for love's sake, as I love thee. Duty, a set vant, keeps the keys, But love, the master, goos in and out 0: his goodly chambers, with song an< shout. Just as be please-j-ist as he please Mine, from the dear head's crown, brown golden, To the silken foot that's scarce beholden; Give a warm hand to a friend-a smile, Like a generous lady, now and awhile; But the sanctuary heart that no dare -win, Keep holiest of holiest evermore -The crowd in the aisles may watch the door The Wgh-priest only enters in. Mine, my own-without doubts or terrors With all thy goodness, all thy errors, Unto me, and to me alone, revealed, "A spring shut up, a fountain sealed." Many may praise thee-praise min, and thine; Many may love thee-rll love thee too; Bi th* heart of hearts, pure, faithful, an true, Must be mine-mine wholly-foreve mine. Mine! God, I thank Thee that Thou has...

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 September 1871

TAHE H ERAL9vI RA. ISAd.et sedieis itasertet at PUiB rat SE $ -p"r sgitare-.a n a -for(IJrst lisetion,. i EVERY WEDNESDAY MORXVn; tiemet s enAper At Newberry C. 11., ep it 6(s By Thoi. P. & R. H. Gronokeo Editors and Proprietors. n ti of d ann VsaMS, $e? 9R fe ein esintl. o Tnvarlably in Advance.. b t n g..,t 07- Th nor Is stoptped sit fli expiration of-- - time for wii it Is p eixd. piaino u- Oi CEN S AtON I G'ITM i./, 8 LN .3 .nt ba'.. TIN,nperIs toppd si tie c~pIrtIonIEDN SDA MiO?INti(J, SIPT1IEMiER 4, 18l. No. (. ~ onowiat WEatDNEaSdDAYajMORNa For the 11cralid. MOUNT PLEASAN-r, S. C., September 1st, 1871. MEssits. Emrrons : As it may bo of interest to o 1 r up-country friends to know what is doing in this locality in the way of efforts to develope our resources, I pro 'pose to jot down to you an account of a 'visit to tile plantation of %.eossrs.IKlox& Whclock,on Iiob. caw Crock, a tributary of' the Wando River. This place formlerly owned and very successfitlly culltivat...

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 September 1871

49TrBW'RRy, b. ( de(doSiaji, dpzembeP ,, I5 Death of Rev. T. S. Boinest. With deep pain we announce the death of this estimable gentlenan and miniz ter, which melancholy event took place at his residence in Poinaria, on Monday morning last, about 3 o'clock, after a paiaful and very protracted illness of about six weeks' duration. His disease or rather diseases, were typhoid fever and diptheria. Mr. Boinest was about 45 years of age, some twenty of which were spent acceptably in his Master's service in the Churches in and around Ponaria, and to which people his loss will be severely felt. As a citizen he identified himself with all the various in terosts of the people, in agriculture, me chanics, and science as well ; and at the time of his death held the position of President of the Newberry Agricultural Society. His death will be felt far ard near and may indeed be called a pub.!c calamity. Mr. Julius W. Wright, of the Char lotte Observer, has undertaken the HIer cule%- task of pro...

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 September 1871

FOR SALE, A very i-Iable rcide:ce, on a lot of over three acres. in the town of Newberry. The house is a two story building, with double portico, four rooms below, and two above stairs. A good well of excellent water, kitchen, smoke-house, and other out-buildings. Teris cash. Apply to E. S. BAILEY. Sept. 6, 36-tf. GEO. S. HACKER, Door, Sash, and Blind Factory, CIIARLESTO'\, S. C. This is as hare and complete a Factory n; there is in the South. We keep no Northern work to fill coun -try orders. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. Addres GE0. IlACKER, P. 0. Box 170, Charleston, S. C. Factory and Warerooms, King Street, op posite Cannon Sr., on line of City Railway. Sep. 6, 36-ly. NJ1 FALL STOCK!I IN STORE 1ND NOW OPENING A beautiful FALL STO' K of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Which have been selected with especial care, and which we feel sati.fied will give unqualified satisfaction, both in styles and qualities as well as in PRICES. This stock %ill be found CHOICE and CHEAP, And consists of Calic...

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 September 1871

FORGIVE AND FORGET. Forgive aid forget-it i. better To flitg every feeling aside, T :ui allow the deep etnkeritg fetter Of re%enge i:o thy brea.t to abide. For thy steps througi lie':s path sh. be When the load from thy !)o:o:n Is cast, And the skv that's above theE be brighter When the clond of di;pleabure has pasfsed. Though-thy spirit swell high with emotion Tv -ive back an i::jnstice again, sink iin ob!ivon's ocecan, For rinemoraice inereases the p:tin. .:A why shon!d we linger in sorrow W4ei itsshAladlow iS passig awiy, Or seek to encouater to-morrow The blast that sweeps o'er us to-day ? Oh, memory's a varying river, And though it may pla;idly diHe When the sunbe.1n, of'joy o'er it quiver, It foams when the storm meets its tide. Then stir not the current of m.duess, For its wrath thou %'it ever regret. Though the morning beatis break on tiv sadne-', Ere tw sunsrt, furgive and forget. [Philadelphia Dy. Daddy's Boy. In a certain small town on the Mississippi lived a man who made...

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 September 1871

IADVERTiING RATk&t THE HERALD T H E H E A Advertisements ies,'redgte .rtesfe$ ISper sqaone inch-fort erto, E~E~YWEDESAY OINI- ,column adfeitiseinents tenperet omiaik EFEP.Y WEDNESDAY MORNING, aa' atb At Ncwbery C. II, I _-_of respect, saie rates per square as ~ia. At Newberry C. .,advertisements. By Thos, P. & B. H. Greneker, perin*. Advertiseifients not marked with the sif' Editors and Propricrs- ber ofinsertions ill be keps in till forer. and charged acedfrdinl. ____,$_ E d *Specin contracts made with large adv- 6 Invariably in A drat;ce. --i-wt-h- -dd ti. n3oeat -I Th, paper is stopped at the expiration of dexpiration of sub- Vol. VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1871. No. 37. acess-de Letter o n t h e Subject o f Schools. To the Editor of the Dail Union: Sma:-Your comment upon the omission of any allusion to the 60-uth Carolina University in my article on the neglected duty of educttilig the orpliains of the war. has attracted my attention. It would be impossible, i...

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 September 1871

dedneday, September 13, 18Y. Inustria oaiaun, savannab, Ga. We hive received a copy of the Prem ium list for the first annual Exposition of the Industrial Association of Georgi2, to be held at Savannah, comnencing Nov. 21, and a glance at its pages shows that not only the most liberal induce ments in the way of premiums are oier ed, but that extensive preparations are making for the Exposition which promises to be a great attraction, and we have no doubt it will draw together a large num ber of people from all parts of the South era States. Eartial Law. The Tribune says editorially: "A question of veracity has arisen in South Carolina as to the authenticity of the statements concerning Ku Klux outrages made in Senator Scott's letter to the President. Several prominent officials join with the assertions and affidavits in the document, among them are one or two United States officials who are sup posed to be impartial witnesses, as the matter in dispute involves . so grave a considera...

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 September 1871

FRESH FISH, And if a "leetle" colder; FRESH OYSTERS, During Court week, (or nonth, as the cas( may be), also, FRESM FISH next Saturd9., 16tb. NEW GOODS, Fresh, sweet and ni -e. constantly arriving L. R. MARSHALL. P. S. Wanted--1,000, 000 lbs. of Rags. Sep. 1::, 37-It. Office School Commissioner. NEwmaRY, Sept. 5th, 1871. Teachers of Free Schools are hereby no tified that the fall t--rm will begin or Mot,dar the -oni day of October. The County flbard of Exarniners will meet for the examination of applicants for certifi cates, on the 22d, 2nd, 29th and 30th o this month. Tc.uhers holding certificates that do not expire lefore .linuary 1st, 1872 need not apply. JESSE C. SMITH, School Commissioner, N. C. Se,pt. 13, 007-3t. FOR SALE, A very desiralle residnce, on a lot o over three acres. in the town of Newberry The house is a two story building, witl double portico. four rooms below, and ,two ib)ove stairs. A good well of excellent -ater. kitchen, smoke-house, and other out-luih1ings. T...

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 September 1871

ORISONS. Morn lift, from her blue eyes The white elo'nds of her eyelids, and her breath Is laden vet with dreame, the mysteries Of life that mrnimics death. The gleaming skies invest A worl.I yet drowsy with the shdets of even. V,rtl, iike a hahc upon its mother's breast, Sleeps in the ar:ns of heaven. AwAk-! the clarion bird That heralds the return of light and life, By the shrill battle-cry, distinctly heard, Calls to the d.tily strife. Up, up ! The war-drum beats! Now let the reverent prayer be biefly said For labor is petition, and entreats, "Give us our daily bread." Give, not alone the crust That forms our grosser nature's fitting do'e; We ask, 0 Fsther, dust indeed for dust, Life for the living soul ! Give the true heart and high, That thrill. in danger with emotions grand, And struggles bravely for the gifts that lie It the dark angel's hand. Give the untirirg mind, That .eks rich treasures in the mines of thought, Yielding with open hands to all mankind The gold eo dearly b...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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