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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 February 1873

Farm, Garden and Household. VACCINATION. The following brief extract is from an article in the last Boston Medical and Surgical Journal upon the subject of vaccination. The Journal is very high medical authority in this country, and we add that the recent prevalence of a ralixnant type of small-pox in Boston is exciting an unwonted degree of professional attention to the subject: The following propositions are offered as matters of belief, and some of them as matters of'record: 1st. Without vaccination, one death in ten from all causes would be the result ofsmall-pox. 2nd. Without vaccination, nine teen out of twenty would have smallpox. 3d. Without vaccination, sixty seven per cent. of the cases of small pox would be fatal. 4th. With vaccination, not two per cent. of the inhabitants will take the small pox. 5th. With vaccination, the per centage of deaths from small pox is only about eight of the two per cent. who will take it. 6th. A larger per centage of those who have had small ...

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 February 1873

Vol. Ix DTD\I1AY M OR: NG FEB3RUARIY 216, 18"""3.NoS TEHERALD 3IS PaBm. SHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOENING, It Newherry C. H., BY THOS., F. G RERNMER "Litor and Proprie:or. Terms, so.zo per nhen, Invariably in Advance. CE72 Th. paper stopped at the expiration of tic fur whih it is puid. The >1,mar denotec expiration of sub seription. Colleges anMd .4cu-emies. AILLAITI . ANEL'0s C9.., S. C. The S(pe n.:inO ",bruary 1673. Rates per Session of -2 weeks, IN .,VaNC. Board, exeludi-ag washint and lights,-70.00 Re-ular Tui:zion, iCnclud;Vg Lat , Greck, a::al Vo.cal omuos1. to 25.00 n en usi ............... 20.00 lliraton is a qIiiec.t up-country village, near the ien the Creenville and Colu:ia Railroad, 76 miles from Newber r. ie ILiauion is nonl-sectarn, de penidini- for its support upo% its ow%n mler ds, and earnestOy t gto elevate the Standird vf F-:ma',c Education. Pat The An:ial Vacion occurs n the wi ter, so th.it pupi1; have theet efittf a w Summer reddence near the C:lebratel Willi=to...

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 February 1873

A EWDRRJ S. C, Wednesday, Februaky 26, 183. Change of Rates. From this date the Newberry HERALD Wi!l be furnished to a!l single cASa in advance subscrihers for 82 50, instead of S3, but when the subscription is not paid in advance it will invariably be $3. Clubs of twenty. re member, get the HERALD at $2, clubs of ten ,tS225. Transient advertisements, one square cue inch -pace-will be 51 for first insertion. and 75 cents for subsequent insertions. Lih eral contracts will be made for three, six and twelve months advertisements. By Reque"t We publish this week, in part, and to the exclusion of much of our usual miscellany, the interesting address of the Rev. H. T. Sloan, on the occasion of the Centenary Celebratiou at Can non's Creek, last July. To a large portion of our readers it will be found exceedingly interesting. as a history of the past century in regard to the A. R. Church. The couelusion wil] be given in our next issue. The Greenville Republican. The first number oi a new pa...

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 February 1873

Special and Local. Ou AoENTs IN CHARLESTON.-The ad vertising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogsweli, represented by Roswell T. Logan, E-4., is the only authoriz:d ;:gency for this F paper -n Charseston. "MEStS. GIIFFIN & IoYPEAN. Newspaper Advertising Agents. No. 4 South St., Bal timore, Md., are duly authorized to contract for adverti-emeuts at our .owest rates. Adver tigers in that City are requested to leave their fa Tors with this house." Call at JOHN F. SPECK'S JEWELRY EUPORIUM and see the largest stock of Engagement Rings ever brought to this p'ace. Also a large stock of Clocks just received. 4-tf. We will send a copy of our paper and a copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly" for one year to any one sending us S1.50. Our pa per speaks for itself, and you may know the value of "Peters' Musical Monthly," from the fact that every yearly subscribur gets about sixty Songs, Duetz, and Choruses, and from fifty to sixty Piano pieces, w.orth at least 40. 5-tf. Caby Agents for New...

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 February 1873

Farm, Garden d Househoid. TlE VALUE OF LABOR ONLY RELATIVE. T he ;ae of labor Canl not be esti mated by' anyv ob st ract rules or htwi: its vu%iz is rttive nv. The vaine of capital and the use of cap: tal are estiat.d by the laws of pwrto prdc arltihles v:able fG: the u,e of nn an its eatine value is io:n ;in is power to pro due~ vah: v; x.hen combied withI *ita~1. In this evau-vt he use of :: : l sfi:ced :-, .0b''tt e e e cen:t. per :L:num;I in Egh:d it is less. on the Continent still less. In this country inwor is hiherthau in Europe, yt bearin- about the san:e relation to capital as there. In England land in iuch dearer tha:n hero, and wen l the use (f dear hand is comiibined wit h cheap cr labor the products of the soil Uear about the same value. while the products of manulieture arUe Chaper, as labor is cheaper. in this country prior to the war, the value of labor had been quite uniform for many years. and bore a fair relation to the value of it products.. You say the value of ...

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. — 5 March 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1873. No. 9. U'*E-'-Ww-"- - -- -- EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At No wrry V. I., BY TH103. F. URINEK0I( , E'lltor and Proprietor. Ter.50 pekO,yer .'innum, Su aiably in Advalice. e~- Thi paplierH is stopwd ait thle expiration of t Ime for which I It ni pad, P1- The H mark denotes expiration of sub scription. Feutaele elicadcenly. NEM11111tti F111IALE A.. P. PIFER, X. A., Principal. Miss FANNIE LEAVELL,: : Assistant. Prof. F. WERBER, : Musical Dop't. Tiili' Fxereisee4 of tle abov School will be resumed oi TI >l)'SAV, 7th JANUA RY, 1873. Triuition from 4.w2.5 to $22.5) er session. l'aid in advance or. ,;atiqfa:c1tori1v seetvd. l'up11l will bo charged fiml 'latte of ell trance to the vini of iL c. - a. No it (ItLio lexc in ea-vs of protracted ill. Plaiiti, idumtaitial boarding e.mo be ob filined wilh thtv P'rilleipal at .-: per. mi'nth. For pariieulr,i, &o., apply to S. P1. M00 R )OU ., See. W'd. GOL.k. FA IR' , I'sre'. -aln. 1, 1- . Mfj~ j. U-ME-...

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. — 5 March 1873

Wednesday, March 5, 18Y3. Change of Rates From this date the Ncwberry HEPALD will be furnished to .!! single casH in advatce subscribers for $2 50, iistead of S3, but when the subscription i, not p:dd in advinc-: it will invariably be $3. Clul!,a of tweny, re membtr, get the HERALD a- $2. clubs of ten at 82 25. Transient adverti?ementc, one square cue inch ipace-will be $1 for first iusertion, and 75 cents for subsequent insertions. Lib eral coutracts will be made for three, six and twelve monthsadvertisements. Let it not be Forgotten. In refrence to the invcstigaions of the Credit Mobilier fraud, and the probable expulsion of certain of the guilty members, it is asked by a Re publican paper. "that it be not forgot ten that it is a Republican Committee and Republican Congress which does it." Assuredly it will not b- forgot ten, nor need the charity have been asked, for it is but a matter of neces sity, the Republican knife never would be used at all only through the most selfish of ...

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. — 5 March 1873

Speefal and Loeal. Oua AGETS IN CHARLESTON.-The ad vertising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswelf, tepresented by Ro.swe!l T. Logan, Esq., is the only authoriz.d agency for this paper in Charleston. "Xss&S. 11EirrIs & IoFFMAN. Newspaper Adve i Agents, No. 4 South St., Bal timore, ar, e duly authorized to contract for adverti6eumets at our lowest rates. Adver tisets i that City are requested to leave their a vors with this hoaseY We will send a rp o our papar and a copy of 'Peters' Musical Monthly' for one year to any one sending us S4.50. Our pa per speaks for itself, and you may know the vaineof "Peters' Musical Monthly." from the fact that every yearly subscriber gets about sixty Songs, Duets, and Choruses, and from fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at least $40. 5-t. 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 Levei-Capt. P. E WisE. Pomaria-...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 March 1873

Farm Garden and Household. VALUE ~OFME[E AS FARM STOCK. To the cotton farmer, geese are the most valuz:blo of all domestica -ted fowls. Ten goslings are fully equal to the best hoe-hand in the cutton iatch. They .will keep ten acreis e ground perfectly cle.,n of grass, if the pioughing is properiy done. The most lareful hoe-hand will bruise and skin cotton more or less, but geese will carefully pick all the grass from the young totton without injuring it in the least. I sIn surprised that farmers do not make mure and better use of them. They pay for the keeping m a n y times over.-in killing grass upon which t 11 e y fatten are saleable in market, and a fuxury upon the ta ble. A ftrmer ii my neighborhood, who know their value, was offer ing last sprinrg i)ur dollars a .pai for lcomnmoln geese, to put iu his eotton field. Since the war, I have raised all geese I -oula, conveniently, and, principally, for the purpose of working cotton. And more than once, when it would have beeu impos...

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. — 12 March 1873

4L~ Vol. Ix. WEDNESDAY MO-RNING, MARCH 12, 187:3.No10 STHEMIENALO IS P UBLISHED .vF:.Y WEUNESDAY MORNING, .it Newberry C. H., BY THOS. F. GIE KIR, Ed:tor and Prpr:or. TermsI, $2.50 er an~num,. Invariubly in Advance. n; The paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is a.TNW ;i The 4 mark deuot,-s expiration of sub scriptionl. Female .cademay. ".P. 11IFE-R, X.. A., :rm ::Picipal. FAN3IE LEAVELL,: Assistant. Pro. F. WERBER, Musical Dep't. TIE E.eriises of the above S-hool will be resumed on TUESDAY, 7th JAN[ARY, Tuition fro: $12.5) to $22.51 pe* .ssbon. Pai In :vince ,r satiftaewr'V secured. Papils will be charged fron date of en trance to the end of* the S on. No re duction except in cases of pro.raeted il ness. Plain, s:;lstantial boardin:: can be ob tained wi:h the Principal at :i5 per month. F,)r pariic!lars. &c.. apply to S. P'. BOZ ,Ei,Sec. Ud COL. S. FAIR, Pres't. Jan. 1, -tf. S0 10 ? eT AI. L. ME. SPEERS, CONTRACTOR For the erection of all kinds of MONUMENTS, ...

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 March 1873

Wedneada, March MI, 1IS. Hopeful Signs. The fearful disclosures of public cor ruption which are now being made in this country are truly disheartening to all patriots and lovers of good morals. From the disgraceful record of im morality and crime now being made public, we are tempted to despair of the future of the country. When men who have borne irreproachable characters through au extended polit ical career, are suddenly charged and convicted of the basest forms ot fraud and perjury,-it is time that the question be asked-who then is honest ? There is an aspect of this subject, however, which is truly encouraging namely. the almost universal disgust and resentment which these sad and humiliating disclosures have excited. True, there are a few public journals, and some we are sorry to say of the better class, which have set themselves up as the apologists of these vile criim inals. But their number is quite small, and as a general thing their in fluence is even more insignificant A...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 March 1873

speeial and Leem. AI MPORT;k-T MATTER Jist as no piece of machinery can work without grea-, so io b-isiness can be con ducted withoat mon1y, the boot and shoe business especially. The subscribers want money, must have it, and the appeal -- made for all parties indebted to them to settle at once, before one or two extremities are resorted to. Don't pu: us to extremities. S:>me of these accounts have been open since 1870. Co:me at once. ABRAXS & METrS. Jan. 8, 1-tf. The Eastman Atlanta Susines College. This Institution has achieved a success which is unparralleled in the history of Com mercial Colleges. Starting in Atlanta, Ga., May 9h. 1871, with four students, it has al ready sent out to the business world nearly THREE HUNDRED STUDENTS toattest its superior meri:s. The secret of its wonderful success is 1-t. it is the only College in the South that is conducted on the .Lc rUAL BUSI NEsS P iN. 21, it keeps up, to the letter of its advertisements. 3 1, it is condueted by men wh...

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 March 1873

Farm Garden raid Household. THE SUM AND SUBSTANCE OT SUCOESSFUL FX UIT CUL TURE. The most important items in fruit en.Iture are: 1. Thorough and perfect drain age either natural or artificial. 2. Proper preparation of the soil for planting; clean after cultivation and constant care of orchards. 3. Regular manuring of the trees for the first three or four years; unless the natural fer:,ility of the Soi is sufficient. 4. Mulching sh .11ow soils under trees, with saL-ecultLrC to such soils to p:r,tect the r1oos firm drought in ihe u:e case, o,, their destru, tion by the PIh% a-,t STpade in the other; as in such soils, i he roots lie near the surface and al -,I requirt more space to travel in m:0a1ch of food. 5. Deeper plowin and stirring inkee the soil is rich aud deep with no mulehiug beneath the trees. 6. Train according to the habit of the tree, without material di. turbance of large limbs. 7. The advantages derived firom serapinig apples trees are very great. This Operation should ...

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 March 1873

A. k - -- -- ~N Vol. I__ -FARCH ~~~To1. ~~ W 71, WENEDA,;YMONN}MAC1,183No11 SHVE HERALD IS PCBLSnED EVERZY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Nnwherry C. U., BY THOL. F. GRENEKER, F. istor and Proprie:%r. Trms,b p r25 !:per .onfn In;ark'-.!y in Adv:ce.* 2The p.iper i< toed :.: thi: epration of tIuu I*,r whi it i pai. Th~ mark de:te expiration of sub srption. Femal1e .kratemy. P. P. PIFEE, N. A., Principal. Miss FANIE LEAVELL.: Assistant. Prof F. WERBEE, : X usical Dan't. TvIF. Ecercise- of :he :1huve Szhlool will: be resuted on TUE-zDAY, 7th .AS 'RY. 1873. Tui:ion fromn1L.50 to Z22.50 per te:-sion. Paid in advance or sat;,f.tetor:lv secured Pupils wI 'o chrged frmn date of en trance to the end of the Se.sion. -N re duction except in cases of protracted Iii ness. Plin, s::bstantial boardin- An he ob tained with the Prilicip.d at Z:15 per month. For patcuhars, &c., apply to S. P. Pw)Zt, See., ee. Wd. GOL. S. FAIR, Pres't. Jan. 1,,-tf. 1101Uj dET AL L. M. SPEERS,, CONTRACTOR For the eret:ion...

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 March 1873

Wednesday, March 19, 8'YS. To Hezekiah Jonsing, Esq. The high appreciation manifested by our readers over the letter of Heze kah Jonsing, Esq., induces us to ask that gentleman to .give us another chapier in h's eventful history. In asking this favor. however. we would not have him indulge the idea that he has our sanction for getting tight again. He must act on his own re sponsibility. The Prinzter's Circular mentions upon the "bright roll of gifted prin ters" the name of Schuyler Colfax. Exchange. Recent events have proven Schuylez to be gift-ed-his gifts consisting in sundrv shares of Credit'Mobilier stock. But how his name can add brilliancy to the -roll" we can't see, unless it is by way of contrast. Chester Rail Road--Cotton Mill. Numeroas inquiries have been lately made in reference to these two impor tant measures, first as to whether the bills of iucorporation had passed the General Assembly. and second what would be done in the premises. We are happy to say that both havc ...

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 March 1873

Special and Loeal. The Eastma Atlanta Business College. This Intitution has achieved a success which ii uni,rraileled in the bitory of CoM. rmercial Coll-ges. S:ar,iug iii Atlanta, Ga., May 9h. 1871, with four stu,lent., it has al rea'ly sent out to the bwiness world nearly THREE HUNDRED STUDENTS toattest its superior merits. The secret of its wonderful success is 1st, it i- the only Colltge in the South that is conducted on the ACrMAL BuSI xkss rL. 2.1, i: keeps up. to the letter of i:s advertisementi. 3 1, it is conducted by men who have hal years of experience as practical accountants, bwiness imen, and teachers. The tot-il cost for a full course, in cluding board, waihing. tuition, books, and stationeryv will no: exceed $130. For speci mens ofe Penmanship and College Journal containing full information, address G. E. DETW ILER, Pres't.. P. 0. 1:x 53, Atlant:, Ga. Feb. 3, 5-8:. Pianos--Our New Prices. Feb. 1, 1873. Prices this day reduced from 13 to 23 per cent. Largest tock Sout...

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 March 1873

SPECIAL MANURES. A committee of the New York State Agricultural Society have done the farmers much service in buying guano a n d employing chemical experts to analyze eleven samples bought from as many dealers in the city of New York. Six of those samples contained so much brick-dust and sand as to be worth only about $31 per ton fbr the fertilizing elements they con tained. And only three samples were worth each $64, 865 and $66 per ton. As the selling pr, e is about $80 per ton, one wonld sup pose that the pront was large enough for the dealer tD diApense with every adulterating substance. Theie can be no doubt but that the manufacturu and sale of spe ciul manures, now in its infancy, is soon to be here, as it already is in England, a great and rapidly increasing business. The day is coming when the bones of the great~buff-,lo plains of the West, and the alkaline salts of the desert waste of that region will be arti cles of transportation for our Paci fic railroads. But for the us...

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 March 1873

* i 'u lKha x:ses. h::ve been St ruct . -.. :- - um t) :.kar.-:al;-, and nsi ii.e b. i i tic i that tne Twt ztMell(. The "Vlcser I. I. and Uaton Mill Again. -ur .im :oo ktep th.:-.- two in portantis:.su e>Fixr- the pwopl, :u1: d i pssibl have them pushed thro ught.ijefficop i.W :r ph-'d to sav. tIeL.re'. th:t ur State Senatour. Mdr. CoXrwi i. inf r:ns us kn; lis a: o ot:liled su.-r.:pot.s TO O-iie : . :n (11t o F-2PU.000 r.d , which mount w.ill be paid in as soon as tht:: sw.>ru con:raissioners i.'r New i,e.rry are redv ti reeeive. Lt oth? e:'s follo-v. Avd in regard to the Cotton Mill. the sameo gentle:uan status that the s:i vsay in re-ard to the tax. that in stead o*' an exe:npt;ian of 2 mills as is thtuglt. the whole or regulr tax wiil h clied. lut wil libe returned as a l.Mus to thie company. leth etirpris.. show favorable sin:s. w.e are pleased to say. and it is ho-m)d that before fall thev will be al imost. if not quite aeconplished. 'Jr. Corwin is working hard as a rep...

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 March 1873

Speeial ami Local. The Eastns Atlanta Bu-incss College. Ttiis Institution has neaieved a success whie'i i; unparralieled in :he hi,:ory ofr Com mercial Culltge. S:arting in Atlanta, Ga, May 9 I. 1571, with r,ur srudent-, it has Al reiltv ent ont to the bu,iness world nearly THREE HUTDRED STUDEN rS toattest its superior meri:s. The secret of its wonderful success is ist, it is the only College in the South tha: is conducted on the Ac rrL Lsi NkSS PLAN. 21, it -e-ps up, to the letter of i-s advertisements. 3. it i; condve,ed by men who have hal years of experience aA practical accoantnnts, basines, nica, nd teac!wri. Tai tor;d cost for a full course, in eluding board, wa<hing. tuition, booki, and stationery wil: nor exceed $130. For :I,ei mens of Penmanship and College Journal contaiuing full information, address G. E. DETWILER, Pres't., 1'. 0. Bux .536, Atlanta, Ga. Feb. 5, 5-St. The L:Irges t aid Finest a,-sortinent of Clocks, al varieties. Sp;:endid assortment of Solid Silver an...

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 March 1873

arm, garbtu Mus_t4Vlb. HOW TO GROW CARROTS. Plow early in Spring, four inches deep. Harrow well and roll or bush down; let the ground lie till after the middle of May; plow again as deep as your team is able to draw the plow. Harrow and roll as before. Have the ground in pertect order, no lumps and as few stones as possible. Albout the 20th of May. lay out your fleld in drills, 2j feet apart, struight and IIlfiorm. ULC.e a smal!, on. hir, plov; four inohes is deep el;ough. Spread in the drill a siai onan; ity o0 well rotted imiamure. )r otier fertilizer: Close vot'lr drill wnh, a coverer, or piov. leaving a mlound w.Vith a level surface reidv for tlhe seed-sower. Re-uhate tlhe %eed Sower s() as to drop the seed froml one-half to one inch apart ; o:e. hal pound of seed is eiiolUg,h lor an Before starting the sowing, spread a little guano or phosphtie on the top of the drill, very light in the center where the sower will come, and the seed will find it early. With a careful hand. proc...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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