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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 December 1872

Farm, Garden and Household. The Lesson of the Last Year's Drought. The following extract is from a report by W. W. Daniels, professor of agriculture in the University of Wisconsin. which we find in the Western Farmer: "While there is no means of preventing the recurrence of these extremes of the climate, and per haps no means of modifying their effects that will be universal in its application, there is a remedy.gen eral in its nature, which is within the reach of all farmers. It is the adoption of a better system of culture, better and deeper cultiva ting, and better mantirin-. The s+ratum of soil needs to be deepened to be more thorotihly pulverized, and to be made ricber. Any means that may be adopted that will accomplish these ends will be of value as a remedy against drought. There is another means of pre venting the evil effects of both droughts and floods upon ali clay lands or upon those having a clay snbsoil, and which at the same time increases the productiveness of the so...

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. — 11 December 1872

Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMIBER, 11, 181 -.N. y THE HERALD IS PrBLiIRED .,VERY WEDNESDAY 'oRN1ING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. P. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. Trzems, $s Fzr et ewxA * Invariably in Advance. -7 The paper is stopped at the expiration of , ime ror which it is patd. :-; The o, mark denotes expiration of sub scription. HARVEST HOME. All sa114V gathered in Is Autumn's golden grain; Row sweet to hear the ringing cheer That greets the last full wain We may not even call An ear of whent our own, But where's the heart t,.at takes no part In bailing Harvest Home. Then let thanksgiving songs Be o'er the country spread, To Him to whom the praise belongs For sending daily bread. For He whose gracious eye Has slumbered not nor slept, Again has sent a rich supply, And twell His promise kept. So let thanksgiving songs Both far and wide be spread, To Him to whom the praise beloz,gs For sending daily bread. From the South Boston Inquirer. THE DEVIL'S FOOTPRIN...

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. — 11 December 1872

Weduesday, December 11, 18Y. Mr. Thomas P. Hoyt retires from the co-partnership of the Keowee Courier, and that paper will hereafter be con ducted by Messrs. Thompson & Keith. DEAT IN TUE FAMILY OF JUDGE OR. By a private dispatch received in Colum bia on Thursday we learn of the death, at the homestead in Anderson, of Amelia, a young daughter of Judge Orr, at the age of twelve year,;. The Tax Bll. The tax bill as rep-rted by the con mittee of Ways and Mea-is, is as fillows: C Five mills for the expenses of the bscal year, commencing November, 1S72; two mills for schools ; fve mils for ae ficiencies, and three mills for county t purposes. Judge Orr Ministe to Russia. T:'egrap!& dispatches state that Judge Orr has been nominated by the Presi dent as Minister to Russia, and the N t Y. Tribune correspon-lent in Washing- i ton, states that "the appointment by the President of James L. Orr as Minister of Russia, was made without the knowledge of Mr. Orr, he not having been an appl...

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. — 11 December 1872

LOCAL. A very fine se'ectio. of Woo:ens Piece Goods 'and Gents FuJ:!hing G-ods. can be found at 0,:. 9, 41-tf. Mc FALL & POOL'S. NOTICE. I will .ell cheap for cash the HOTEL at Saluda Old Town. For terms apply toJ. W. Miller, at Xe% berry, S. C. Oct. 30, 44-2m. J. C. TAYLOR. A iull line of Dress Goods, of all kinds and prices, can 1>e found at Oct-J. 41-tt McFALL & POOLS. McFALL & PoOL are Agents for Ward's Calebrated Fitting Shirts. Measures taken, and a fit guaranteed, at New York prices, with Express addel. 46--tf. Fresh arrival of nice Lice Collars, Un(er sleeves, &c., at McFALL & POOL'S. 46 -tf. From and after this date we will; sell our entire stock of FiNE DRESS GOODS at a greatly reduced price. Ladies desirous of purchasing will do well to give us a call. Nov. 27, 48. McFALL & I'OOL. A Deautiful line of Salem Jeans, Satinets and Cassimeres, can be found at 4-- t OfMcFALL & POOL'S. FAIR NoicE.-The troubles in the Spring and the consequent scarci...

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. — 11 December 1872

4 Farm, Garden and Household. A Stable Door. EDIToR SOUTHEUN CULTIVATOR. -i the experience ofmany plan ters, the stable door is nearly as hard to keep in staru quo, as the farm-gate. To be strong and durauw, a stable door should be made of choice inch plank with the battens put bn the outsafe. Cut the middle batten 8 or 10 ineheq Ion-er than the width of the door that it may lap over the door-pv) or lating when the door is closed. Drive a long, stout staple crosswise into the door-post. leav ing about 2! inches out; and make a mriiso !'ithwise in the end of the middle batten to let t.e staple through when closing the door. Fasten tho door with a strong wooden pii in the staple, and the muic that is ilside the stabl, w! stay there until he is turned out. i may paw and bang all da3 long but can do no damage. There is no batten within reach of hi, hoots. 1t is on the outside, rend ering the door impregnable againAt his heaviest attacks. J. A. H. Sumter County, S. C., DLcenb r, 1872. To...

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. — 18 December 1872

voe-ioWEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1872.N. 1 THE HERALD IS PUBLISEED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. P. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. ramme. $a ffe elWf. Invariably in Advance. 7 The paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is paid. 7 The o mark denotes expiration of sub ;eription. "The Oldest and Best of the Eclectics." 1873. Eclectic IYagazine. Mr SUBSCRIBE NOW! E With the number for January, the ECLECTIC entcrs upon its twenty-ninth year. It gleans the choicest articles froma the entire field of foreign periodical literature, and offers The best SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES. The best ESS&YS. The best REVIEWS. The best CRITICISMS. The best BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. The best NOVELS. The best SHORT STORIES. The 1est POEMS. Th east ISCELLAIL The fineat STEEL ENGRAVINGS. The aim of the ECLECTIC is to be instructive without being dull. and entertaining without be iu; trivial. Readers who seek instruction as well as amusement should give 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. — 18 December 1872

Wednesday, December 18. 18Y. Defeamo of the Xasonic Temple. The dedication of the new - and mag. nficent Masonic Temple in Charleston, on Tuesdy last, is described as one of unusual interest and grand display, and a gala day for the city, the ceremo nies being participated in by large num bers of visiting brethren from all parts of the State. The 100th Anniversary. The Centennial Commission for the purpose.of making preparations for the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of American Independence in 1876, is now in session at .the city of Philadelphia. Judge Orr it is remembered is one of the Commissioners for this State. The plan proposed to carry out the gigantic scheme on as magnificent scale as possible is to sell stock in the exhibition to the amount of over a million of dollars, among the different States. Fire and Los of Life. The Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, caught fire in the laundry, on the night of the eleventh, and twenty-two of the employees in that department were bu...

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. — 18 December 1872

LOCAL. NOTICE. I will sell cheap for cash the HOTEL a Saluda Old Town. For terms apply to J. W Miller, at Newberry, S. C. 7 . Oct. 30, 44-2. J. C. TAYLOR. A full line of Dress Goods, of all kinds an( prices, can~be found at Oct-9. 41-tf. McFALL & POOL'S. McFALL & POOL are Agents for Ward' Celebrated Fitting Shirts. Measures taken and a tit guaranteed, at New York prices with Express added. 46-tf. Fresh arrival of nice Lc Collars, Under sleeves, &c., at McFALL & POOL'S. 46-tt". From and after this date we will sell on entire stock of FINE DRESS GOODS at 2 greatly reduced price. Ladies desirous oj purchasing will do well to give us a call. Nov. 27, 48. McFALL & POOL. A beautifal.line of Salem Jeans, Satinet and Cassimeres, can be found at 46-tf McFALL & POOL'S. A few nice Cloaks can be had at cost at 51-tf. McFALL & POOLS. COME AT LAST. (r Those old ladies' Low Cut, Broad Bot tomed, and Low Heeled BOOTS. Also, those Fine Velvet Buttoned BOOTS. 3:;- Particul...

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. — 18 December 1872

Farm, Garden and Household. Fattening Turkeys. It is well to commence with light feed, such as oats and buck w neat, given in equal quantities at morning and night, scattering all that they can possibly eat. In a week leave out the oats and substitute the corn; and a third week dron the buckwheat and feed on co'rn alone. Dough once a day, made boiled corn meal, is commended by some breeders, but turkeys need no other mills than those they possess with which to grind their food. Their giz zards work with tremendous power, and the machinery i. (it such a character that its workings are essential to the health of their bodies. Give them now all the corn they can dispose of, and, if fed on dry, smooth turf, it can always lie within their reach, and as they will never clog themselves by overeating, it is better to keel a large supply always at hand. and let them pick up the kernels at their own pleasure. It will make a great difference in the value of the food given i turkeys when there ...

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. — 25 December 1872

Vol. VIII. WDNESDAY M1ORNING, DECEMBER 25, '2 - ~N.5 THE HERALD IS PUBLisHnED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., y.Th. F.: R H. Graneker, SEddrsaPip e o s. Invariably in Advance. r7- Th. paperis stopped at the expiration of t ime for which it is paid. 1l7- TbitS4 mark deniotes expiration of sub scription. - ;t*ad Besd of *e yeeics" 1873. Eelectie Magazine. 61-EBSC tE 'NOW! Ji W btethew uaber for Janary, the ECLECITC ehtesnpu= jis twenty-nith year. Itgleans the choicest articles frem the entire ield of foreign periodical literature, and offers The 1MEMlf ARTICLES. The best ESS&YS. The b-st REVIEWS. fi;'DKBtOG GrPHICAL .SKETCtES. The best NOVELS. The best 5EH=T STO3IES, The best POEMS. The best MISCELLANIES. The finext STEL ENGRAI3GS. .S'hf l ftf CL-CIC is to be instructive without being dull. and entertaiui. without be ing trivial. Readers who seek instruction as well as amusement shoud give it a trial. Teraw, $5 ik yeak; SinaeXopids, 45 eents. 'Idberal terms CLECrEM0 v1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 December 1872

Wedn day, December 25, 82, Agents for Newberry Herald. The following responsible gentlemen are authorized to receive subscriptions to this paper, for which their receipts will be good: At Frog Level-Capt. P. E. WiSE. Pomaria-Capt. Gus. DicxaT. Liberty Hall-Mr. L.P. W. RiSER. C- imbia -Dr. E. E. hexrx. Postmasters are authorized to receive sub NEW TERMS FOR 1873. The HERALD Clubbed with the Lead Ing and Most Popular Maga zines of the Day. The Proprietors wish to DOUBLE their Subscription List, and as a means to accom plish this end, propose the following unpre cedented terms, thereby enabling the peo ple of this County to get not only their own paper but one from abroad, at NEARLY HALF COST. CLrBS or TwzKrz, brought in by one person, will be furnished the HERaLD each. at........................$2.00 With the privilege of any .of the following named leading papers and magazines of the day, each subscriber making his or her se lection from the list, at the price named: HaaR.D and Scien...

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. — 25 December 1872

LOCAL. A few nice Cloaks can be had at cost at 51-tf- * c FALL.& POOLS. NOTICE p Soc cash the HOTEL at n.: Forterms apply to J. W. Riler, atVewberry, S. C. Oct.30,4t-2m, - J. C. TAYLOR. A fuHliBO of DeM Goods, of all kinds and pni080,sm be.found-at Ot-, a-tf. McFALL & POOL'S. COME AT LAST. i7- The old ladies' Low Cat, Broad Bot =ined. ad LAw Heeled BOOTS. ,ao, thos Fine Velvet Buttoned BOOTS. 07 particalaryotice--All indebted to us will stonce, apd setde up, as we des 18 st &BRAM & METTS. xcFALL & POOL are Agents for Ward's Celebated Fitting Shirts. Mesures taken, and a ft guaranteed, at New York prices. wihzxpr-- added. 46-tf. Fshazrral of nie L-ce Collars, Under McFA.LL & POOL'S. 46--tf. _ - From and after this date we will sell our entire stock of FiNE DRESS GOODS at a greatly reduced price. Ladies desirous of purchasing will do well to give us a call. Nov. 27, 48. McFA!L & POOL. A bnt|lful line of Salem Jeans, Satinets and Cassimeres, can be found at ...

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. — 25 December 1872

Farm, Garden and Households A Model Female Farmer., Let us cherib,h with pride and pleasure the heroism and self-sac rificing industry and skill of our Southern women during and since the w-r. Mrs. A. J. Mott, of Moore's Creek, in this county, presents an example worthy of im itation and praise in these days of poverty and trial to her own as well as to the malesex. Tbis year, while her industrious husband, Andrew J. Mott, has been labo riously engaged in the turpentine business, she voluntarily took up on herself to cultivate a farm as well as to attend to her varied domestic duties, including cooking, washing, &c., with her own hands. With the aid of an ox and two children ten and twelve years of age, re spectively, she has raised one hun dred and forty bushels of corn, one hundred bushels sweet potatoes, ten bushels cow peas, two thousand pounds of fodder, and has culti vated a good sized vegetable gar den yielding in a*undance to sup. port a family of. fifteen in num ber. Al...

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. — 8 January 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1873. No. 1. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MONING, At Newberry C. 11., By Thos. F. & R. H. GPnekep, Editors and Proprietors. rA?Xs 8 PE IsyNO Invariably in Advance. gy Tb.a per is stopped at the expiration of t ime for which it is paid. 97 The X mark denotes expiration of sub scription. "11ie OUNst aid Best of the EcUmtis" 1873. Eclectic Mlagazine. or SUBSCRIBE NOW! 03 With the number for January, the ECLECTIC enters upo its twenty-nir,th year. It gleans the choicest articles from the entire field of foreign periodical literature, and offers The best SCIETIFIC ARTICLES. The best ESSAYS. The best REVIEWS. The best CRITICISMS. The best BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. The best NOVELS. The best SHORT STORIES. The best POEX3. The best XISCmZ-TANIES. The inest STEEL ENGRAVINGS. The aim of the ECLECTIC is to be instructive without being dull. and entertaining without be ing trivial. Readers who seek instruction as well as amusement should give 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. — 8 January 1873

Wedneday, January 8, 1873. - Agents for (ewberry Herald. The following responsible gentlemen are authorized to receive subscriptions to this paper, for which tueir receipts will be good: At Frog Level-Capt. P. E. WIsE. Pomaria-Capt. GCs. DICKERT. Liberty Hall-Mr. L. P. W. RISER. Columbia-Dr. E. E. JAcKso'. Kinard's Turn Out-Dr. J. L. Speake. - Postmasters are authorized to receive sub scriptions. NEW TERMS FOR 1873. The HERALD Clubbed with the Lead Ing and Most Popular Maga zines of the Day. The Proprietors wish to DOTBLE their Subscription List, and as a means to accom plish this end, propose the following unpre. cedented terms, thereby enabling the peo ple of this County to get not only their own paper but one from abroad, at NEARLY HALF COST. CLUBS oF TWENTY, brought in by one person, will be furnished the HERALD each. at........................$2.00 With the prifilege of any of the following named leading papers and magazines of the day, each subscriber making his or her se lect...

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. — 8 January 1873

LOCAL. Oci AGENrs IN CHARLEsTON.-The ad vertising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represented by Roswel T. Logan, Esq., is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. "Xzs3. GwFrx & Hor2a2, Newspaper Advertisig Agents, N4. 4 Sath St., al timore, M., are duly satbe-asd to ontract for advertisernents at uroontratrate. Adver Users in that City arereaested to leavaiheir ts vorm with thIs boos." FA=Nomes.-Tbe trouhles in the Spring and the consequent scarcity of money in the summer, caused subscribers and advertisers, not a few, to fall into arrears. They are now earnestly called to come inand settle between this and January first. After that time all accounts of this kind will be given out for collectio.- Sav.uand&prselves trouble, friends, by aceding to our -equest. AN ULPORTANT MATTZR. . st as no piece of maehinery can work 12theut grease, so no business ca be con ducted without money, the boot and shoe business especially. The subscribers want mon...

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. — 8 January 1873

Farm, Garde. and flousehol. Keep Stock Out of Storms. areat many good farmers, who have warm-barns and proper protection for their 'stock, let the anituals siti-r a great deal fro,n being needlessly exposed to the weather, es)ecia;ly or. stormy days. 'Phere are many active, stirring farmers who- have teir cattle fed and -out in the yard by 8 o'clock, in the short blue days of January. The cattle shiver from the cold, and huddle close to each other near the south side of the barn, that the Winter sun may give them a little warmth; and the farmer thinks he is "'smart" to have his cattle fed .nd out so early in the day. But the fact is,. cattle are better off in the barn than out, almost anyday from December to March. Of course'thev should have water a~nd ftittle exercise, but an hour or two in the yard each pleasant day is sufficient for this, and the remainder of the time they should be kept in4heir stalls and tie ups. ever turn cattle out, especially milk cows, dixring any ximl oi 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. — 15 January 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1873. No. 2. THEHERALD 18 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, -;.A ewberry C. 16, BI THOS. F. GRENEKER, ;Editor and Proprietor. Invariably in Advance. 97 Th.: paper is stopped at the expiration of t ime for which it is paid. 27 The ; mark denotes expiration of sub scription. C. M. HARRIS, Cabinet Maker & Undertaker. Has on hand and will make to order, Bed sweads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sofas, Settees, Loanges, &c. Cabinet Work of all kinds made and re paired on liberal terms. Has on hand a full supply of Metalic, Ma hogany and Rosewood Barial Cases. offlins made to order at short notice, and hearse snppiied. Oct 9 40 if. MARTIN HARRIS. "The Oldest and Best of the Eclectics." 1873. Eclectic Magazine. C9- SUBSCRIBE NOW ! 3 With the number for January, the ECLECTIC enters upon its twenty-uiith year. It gleans the choitartic'esfri the entire field of foreign periodical liter*ture, and offers The best SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES. The best ESSAYS...

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. — 15 January 1873

49 9W*81 Y 6. 64V, V Wedneday, Janary 15, 1873. Agents for Newberry Herald. The following responsible gentlemen are authorized to receive subscriptions to this pap::r, for which their receipts will be good: At Frog Level-Crpt. P. E. WiSE. Pomaria-Capt. Gus. DiCKERT. Liberty Hail-Mr. L. P. W. RISER. Columbia-Dr. E. E. JACKSON. Kinard's Tura Out-Dr. J. L. Speake. Postmasters are authorized to receive sub scriptions. NEW TERMS FOR 1873. Tbe HERALD Clubbed with the Lead Ing and Most Popular Maga. zines of the Day. The Proprietors wish to DOUBLE their Subscription List, and as a menus to accoin plish this end, propose the following unpre cedented terms, thereby enabling the peo ple of this County to get not only their own paper but one from abroad, at NEARLY HALF COST. CLCBS OF TwENTY, brought in by one person, will be turnished the HERALD each. at.......................$2.00 With the privilege of any of the following named leading papers and magazines of the day, each subscriber mal.xg ...

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. — 15 January 1873

LOCAL. Oua AGENTS IN CHARLESTON.-The ad vertising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represented byRoswell T. Logan, F Esq., is the only anthodzedgency for this paper in Cliarleston. "MEfsa. URIFFis & HO?7MAN, Newspa Advertising Agents. No. 4 South St., Eai timore, Md., are duly authorized to contract for advertisements at our lowest rates. Adver tisers.in that City are requestedto leave their tR Tors with thIs hoose" AN IMPORTANT XATTER Just as no piece of machinery can work without grease, so no business can be con ducted without money, the boot and shoe business especially. The subscribers want money, must have it, and the appeal is made for all parties indebted to them to settle at once, before one or two extremities are resorted to. Don't put us to extremities. Some of these accounts have been open since 1870.. Come at once. ABRAMS & METTS. Jan. 8, 1-tf. COMPLINENTARY.-Our thanks are due Col. T. Dodamead, General Superintendent of the G. & C. R. R., for...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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