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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 March 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1873. No. THEHERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, It Nwberry C. U., BY Tak F. GRENEKER, EUtor and Proprietor. Terms, 42.50 per .*mamm Ivvariably in Advance. 7.f Th. papler iq stopped at the expirativn ol tim- for whicii it is paid. L The o, mark denotes expiration of sub scriptiu. Female Jeademy. L. P. PIFER, K. A., Principal Xis FANNIE LEAVELL,: Assistant Prof. F. WERBEF., : : blusical Dep't T1qE Exercises of the above School will be resumed on TUESDAY, 7th JANUARY 1s73. Tuition from *P 2.0 to $22.50 per Se-son. Paid in advance or stisfactoriy secured. Papi!s will be charged romi date of en trance to the end of the Session. No re duction except in CIAA (I proracted ill ness. Pi'n, substantial boardinz can be ob taiied with the Principal at $15 per month. For particularR, &e., apply to S. P. BOOZER, Esq., See. B'd. COL. S. FAIR, Pres't. Jan. 1. 1-tf. *Vommnen.fal. 1101[MIE*1TAL. L. M-. SPEERS, CONTRACTOR For the erection of all kinds...

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 April 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1873. No. 13. TN.HERALD li PUJILISHlED EVERY WEfDNESDAY MORINING, At Newberry 0. H., BY THOS, F. GRENEKER, E.ditO ani Proprictor. Term, $2.50 per elInnnun, Illvariably in Advaice. 05 Th. paper ll stopped at the expiration of t have for whifols it Is paid, tr7 The t ark denotes oxpiration of sub JIOW A PAIER3 IN MADE. "'Pray how is a nrowspaper ammle?" The qiiestion is easy to a!sk, But to Itiswer it hilly, any dear, Were r:ther a dillienIt task: Anid yel, inl a b:mitering wty, As tihe whipporwill sings inl tie glade, I'll venture a hit. of a lay, To tell how. a p.tpel is m.ade. An editor sits at his desk, And pomders on things that appear To be claining the thoughts of the world Tlingi solemn, and comic and queer whll lie has hit on a theilo judges it well to parade. rites, uid he writes, arid lie writes, (Ild that'i how a paper it; made. hditor sits at his desk, iid ptizzles his briini to inake out felegraph" so squabbled and nixed Wa hard to te...

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 April 1873

Wednesday, April 3. 8S. Gen. Garlingtou a Dramatist. We notice in our exchanges that our esteemed ex-citizen Gen. Garling ton, now a resident of Atlanta, Ga.. and in the successful practice of his profevsion, has found time to devote to other Pursuits, and Ias writteu - drama of high merit, embracing the period of Butler's reign in New Or leans. It will soon be given to the public, being now in course of publi cation. Good for Abbeville. Among our exchanges this week is a copy of Fowler's Bazaar of Fash icn. literature and art, a very elegant and fascinating paper, in that it re stes to and is filled with fashion de. signs, and many other things which ladies are always delighted to read about, or look at. It is published by Messrs. J. W. Fowler & Co., the eu terp.siAng ,ry Goods, Millinery and Dress Making firm cf the town of Ab beville, and is furrished by this go ahead house at the low price of $1 per annum. Diseontinnance of Ku Klux Cases. The Columbia Phornix says, S. T. Car...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 April 1873

Special and Local. U-t 4GENTS IN CH.A.ESTON.-The ad vertisinagency of MUeisrs. Wa!ker, Evans & Cogswl, represented by Roswell T. Lozan, q is the only anthorized agency for this paperia Charleston. "MLssas. Giarn & Horurx.%%. Newspapr Advertising Agents, No. 4 South St., Bal timore, .Md.. are daly autborized to contract for advartdsements a; otr lowest rates. Adver tisers in Ohat City are requested to leave their fa vors with thl. housc." We will send : c(y of our paper and a copy of ''Peters' M:sical M.nthlv" for one year to any one sending us S1.50. Our pa per speaks for itself, and you may know the value of "Peters' Music:al 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. The Largest and Finest assortment of Clocks, all varieties. Spleadid assortment of Solid Silver and Plated Ware. Watches and Jewelry of all Kiads. Handsome Pictures, hanging baskets, and other orna...

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 April 1873

arm,4arbru sut-oa RAISE YOi COLTS. It ha szruck us o.ften, in our observations on the rural economy of our peop!e. that we a9re very generally chargeable with a great oversight in our neglect of raising. work stock. We speak experi mentally when we say tiat unuer most unfavorable circut 5ns a colt can be raised for abo-u twenty five dell.&rs, to a working age, and a mule for about what it takes to raise s calf. If one does not kn,w what a broomsedge pasture is good for, let him try mule r!i:n bk its help, and he will see. It certainly cannot be mere fan cy in us when we avow our stront conviction of the iuperior vfe t a Southern raised horse or mule. We do not hesitate to s;y that we mn110h pres'er theQ a1imal that ha, been reared here to one iitured further North. Mwh( of the advantag in th, diffe,rence. we think, iesults frion the mode of raising, probably more thain: in thke lact of climate. A colt of any kind. whieh from its birth. is freed and brought Flrward with til exped...

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 April 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1873. No. 14. 1s PUBLISRED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, It Newberry C. H., BY THO. F. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 92.50 per annum, Invariably in Advance. .L Tho paper is stopped at the expiration of t ime for which it is paid. a3- The ;4 wark denotes expiration of sub wciptkln., Brit-p. GIRLS! PASS ALONG! BY JOHN G. SAXF. Biess ine! wimil a ross row Of girls at me their glances throw, As they gaily conme and go, The 'tight coquetish throng! Can't the darlings near me say. -"I have had my youthful day. Now, I put such things away?" Girlat pas along! Ah, my Zoa! pray desist! Sooth. I care not to be kissed: Asyour rnother if I list To, Cupid's siren songs? Ste-but that is entre nous Knows what love and I can do Her advice you'd best pursue Girls! pass along! Laura! you would hardly guess How your grandma used to press Lips of mine-well-I confess We didn't thiuk it wrong: I)ok! she's coming! tempt we not ay saloon or shady grot; -girls! pass ...

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 April 1873

Anuothaer Irndatnisaster. The iollowing details of the loss of the !teamship Atlantie, will be read with mournful interest. The ill-fated steamer was of the White Star 4ine from Liverpool. bound for New York, and when off Cape Prospect, at 2.30 A. M.. April 1st.. she ran ashore. There were one thousand men, women and children on board, more than one half of whom perished. HALIFAX. April 2.-Only three or four cabin passengers were saved from the wreck of the Atlantic-one Eng lishman and two or three Frenchmen. Only one lady passenger attempted to save herself, and she was frozen to death in the rigging and fell into the water. The purser is among the lost. Some of the passergers arrived in this city to-day and give the harrowing details of the calamity The names of the officers or passeugers saved are not known as yet. The relief steamers are expected up at two o'clock. The Atlantic had 850 steerage and 34 saloon passengers. There had been two births during the voyage. The crew nuMbe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 April 1873

Speeial and LocaL Oui AGENTS I . CHARLESTON.-The ad vernising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cog_-we-,. represented by Roswell T. Logan, ] -q is the only nathorized %gency for this paper in Charleston. "MESSn GRITI & HorxA-.. Newspaper Advertising Agents. No. 4 South St., Bal timore, Md., are duly authorized to contract for adverti<,ement.< at our lowest rates. Ad-.er tisers in that City are requested to leave their fa vors with this house." We will send a copy of oar paper and a copy of "Peters' Masica! Monthly' for one year to any one sending us S4.50. Our pa. per speaks for itself, and you may know the value of "Peters' Musical Monthly," from the fact that every yearly subscriber gets about sixty Songs, Doets, and Choruses, and from fifty to six:y Piano pieces, worth at least -40. 5-tf. SOLEMN WARNING. -% All persons indebted to us prior to 1873, will find their Notes and Accounts in the handg of an officer for collection ten days r this date, as longer time cann...

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 April 1873

WALLET. It is of great importance to draw the attention of our planters to any thing that will help out the scar city felt by this, as well as every other community in the "cotton pianting belt." of forage. A wagon l(aded with "Boston Hay" was seen i'n our streets the other dav, about tr, be hauled over and thri01gh the mud-holes tOh lie between this and the L:nca-er line. The best substdute for good. wel cured f*orage, is to be F indml in ihe "Egypt in or Cat.Tail Millct." (i- r there are two kinds, a snail s'! that-, dol ot.answer.) wxhich; hts_ long ee: pia!ie ln il u.is ighor oo by a1 gocI miti. bu. is still W>t near!,Iwel known a;!d a-&e Tie 'advaii.t agem (t * lii; t, over :0 everiy o)ate green! eropj thait can be planted zt ti seuson as a for aige for animal, is that its astrincgen ey p'vevt's sin1mg; by using Salt freelv, unt, wilting it a few hours in the sun thty will do well on it in thi, hottest weather. You can cut it soonter than any other green crop planted in ...

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. — 16 April 1873

IrI VoL X WEDNESDAY --NORING, APRL 16, 18, 3.Nol. THE.HERALDi IS PUBLISRED 'F.ERY WEDN.SDAY 3OIlNING, .t Newberry C. I., BY TH. F. GRERKER, Editor and Proprietor. Termss, $2.50 per Jmum Invariably in Advance. iq stopped at the expiration of tim itn ;: which it U Mn. V The X mark denotes expiration of sub scription. A KISS AT THE DOOR. We were standing in the doorway My little wife and 1 The golden sun upon her hAir Fell down so silently; A small %bite hand upon my arm, What could I ask for more, Than the kiudly glances of loving eyes, As she kissed me at the door? I know she loves with all her heart The one who stands beside, And -the years have been so joyous, Since first I called her bride! We've had so much of happiness Since we met in year before; But the happiest of all was When she kissed me at the door! Who cAres for wealth-of land or gold, Of fame, or matchless power? It dges not give the happiness Of just one little hour, With one who loves nie as her life She says she love...

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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. — 16 April 1873

rWrng- HeFH. 5, Wednesday, Appil 16, 873. 1en. Garlington's Drania. We acknowledge receiving a cOpy of the above from the hands of the author. This spirited production of our talented and distinguished friend, exhibits a high order of merit, and is *in earnt of the distinction he may acquire if he devotes his abilities to this peculiar line of writing. We shall at first opportunity quote from the drama for the benefit of such of our readers as have not secured a copy, but we advise them all to send to the IHerald' Publishing Company of Athanta, for one. State Yledical Association. The twentieth 'annual meeting of the Medical Association of South Car 1lina, met in convention at the Medi eal College last week. The attend 111ce was good, comprising representa tives of the profession from all parts of the State. The meeting was called to order by the President Dr. John T. Darby, of Columbia. The committee on ergdentials was appointed, as fol lows: Drs. RL. A. Kiuloch, Charleston : T. T....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 April 1873

Oua AGESTS iX. ChIRLESTON.-The ad vertising agency of~Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogiwet xprq*Ateaby Rosv7l 0. Tgan, E:q., is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charlestn. "31E a. UZgX= -& HQM A,, Newspaper Advertsi Agests, 'No. A4 Soth St., Bal tinore,, 21,',are duly authorized to contract for advertisements at oar lowevt rates. Adver tisers in that City are requested to leave their fa vors with thlsbouse. We will send a copy of our paper and a copy of "Peters'.Isical Monthly" for one year to any one sending as S4.50. Our pa per speaks for itself. and you may know the vaine of "Peters' Musical Monthly," from the fact that every yearly subscriber gets about s'ty ongs,Duets, and Choruses, and from -fifty.U y~n~ orth at least S40. 5-tf. Pianox.-Where to Buy.---Feb ruary 1st, 1873. Prices reduced from 15 to 25 per cent. Lar gest Stock itbe South to select from. Ele ant 7 oct. pianos, Rosewood Cases, Carved fegs, Overstrung Bass, and all Modern une provements S265, 275,30...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 April 1873

.INTS FOR THE FARMER. 1. A knowledge of what his land will produce, is necessary to the farmer that he may know what expense may be asowed in .i-:.liivnen. te. Thiz he must learn by trying his land-he may think be knows by what others have done. This well enough, if' he is sure he can do as others do. 2. A'great many unsuccessful farmers get in the grass, and fail to keep up with their work, but you will hardly ever 6nd one that has not aIn excuse. It was too wet tor* t1w, drt-v. or the hands fhil ed to work, or something prevent ed the work being done in the proper way and at the proper time; when the real cause was &ad management. And the reason why they don't learn to manage better is, they don't attribute the results to their true cause. If they would say I failed, instead of the seasons, ete, they might learn to mana.e het t-r. 3. A .:41-meWr sli-tild know what hi- me*an- will :dmit of his doing -h-,w many haik mnh>s. ete.. it m ill take toj do the work he pro p"se: t. h...

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 April 1873

Tol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23,1873.No. 1. THE~ HERALD is !"Lsmw RVEFIY WEDNESDAY MOlNING, .t Newberry. . B., BY THO, P. GRUKKER, Editor and.Proprieror. TerMS, $2.50 per .Anaun, Invariably in Advance. n h ' paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is paid. E7 The ; mark denotes expiration of sub scription. "KING BABY." His sceptre is a rattle, His throne is mother arms; He reigns a tiny tyrant, In al his dimpled charms! Yet round his royal presence Our loving hearts entwine: Dictator of the cradle, And king by right divine Whatever be his mandates, No courtiers dare rebel; His mother-s chief of the household, Prime 'ninister as well! Ia yon perambulator, His downy car of state, Etting, rosy monarch, What triumphs on him wait! In purple ease and splendor, %eg long he seeks to rei4s. A1 fints of nose disjointed He smiles at with disdain! Alas! that royal greatness Shonlde."r be di$owned: Ifere comes a tiny stra.ger King Baby is dethroned. -Froi THE ALDIME for Nove...

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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. — 23 April 1873

Wednesday, April 23, 173. Floral Fair. Tht: Floral Fair of the Agricultural Society of South Carolina will comE off during the last week of this month, ai will afford an opportunity tc visitors such as is not often presented. Flowers and vegetables in beautiful profusion and great ia dimensions will there be exhibited, and as at this season, in the low country by the sea, vegetation is greatly ahead of the upper sections, the - sight will bc pleaging as well as surprising. Th Lair will not be the only attrac tion either, for the week will be a galo ufn, and visitors from all parts of thE State will be in attendance. Anothei inducement is that the railroads wil] issue round tickets for one fare. At the same time, the May meet. ing of the State Agricultural and Me chanical Society will take place. The Winnsboro News and Her ald. We noticed last week, the retire ment of Mr. Robertson from the edi torial chair of the Herald, and now we are pleased to notice that the position of honor is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 23 April 1873

Special and Local. Oun AGENTS IN CHARLESTON.-The ad vertising agency of Messr:. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represented by Roswell T. Logan, E-q., is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. "MEsN s. (;RlFIz & lloFFxAN. Newspaper Advertising Agents. No. 4 South St., Bal timore, Md., are duly authorized to contract for adverti-ements at our lowest rates. Adver tisers iu that City are requested to leave their fa vors with thishouse." - We will send a copy of onr paper 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 value of "Peters' Musical Monthly," from the fact that every yearly subscriber gets about sixty Songs, Duets, and Choruses, and frot fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at least 140. Pianos.-Where to Buy.---Feb ruary Ist, 1873. Price. reduced from 15 to 25 per cent. Lar gest Stock in the South to select from. Ele gant 7 oct. pianos, Rosewood Cases, Carved Legs, Overstru...

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 April 1873

somE gzAS" ABLE DISHES. White beans may be considered one of' the substantial dishes for some months to come. When properly cooked, they are whole some to a stomach of normal strength, if the taker be accustom ed to active exercise. They are not so good for the sedentary, but the greatest difficulty in digesting them results from the fat usually cooked into them. They may not relish quite so well without thit at first, but proper cooking will help greatly, for-they are much richer if cooked in but one water, and that not drained off. The very water that is called strong, and thrown away when the beans are half done, would, if cooked make a toothsome soup. Let it remain, having the beans nearly full of the liquid, and salt just be tore serving. They should cook gently but thoroughly being kept covered,-so as not to waste the flavor. The time required depends much on the age and variety of the beans. Some will cook in an hour and a half, while others will require three hours. They are...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 April 1873

I liIi,r ' Vol. ix, WEDNESDAY MqORNING, APo.I 30873 THE HERALD 1S PUBLISED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOPNING, At Newberry C. H., BY THOS. F. GRENEKER; Editor and Proprietor. Ters , $2. 0 per J nuM, Invariably in Advance. 7 Thw per is atop?d at the expiration of time for w h it is . a The > mark denotez expiration of sub scription. WMEN WORDS FAIL. When words fail, when, mute and pale, The quivering lips re!u,e their task, Is sorrow fled? is feeling dead, Or anguish over ? Who can ask? When word- fail,-oh! then unveil This steel-cold grief that a ounds so deep, And you shall find a tortured mind May still forbid the eyes to weep. At the last, in vain you asked Those parting words Lhat los e embalms: As dumb and still, one dead might fill The place I held within your arms. Yet you know how vain the flow Of graceful, ardent speech may be: Then say you feel my last appeal Is answered,-answered tenderly. Say you heard what yet no word But tailed to mtke you hear so well; And say that still, thr...

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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. — 30 April 1873

W dn y, April 30, 1873. A Handsome Gratuity. We learn by our exchanges, that Dr. H. H. Toland. a native of New berry, and for many years a highly respected and successful physician in Columbia, but who left there for California about 1852, in which latter place he has since resided, and where he has accumulated a large fortune in the practice of his profession, has lately made a gratuity of the hand some of 875,000 to the Toland Medi cal College of California. The Indian War. Recent advices from the Modoc country indicate that Gen. Davis, who is in command of the Federal troops, will soon bring Capt. Jack and his braves to ternis. The policy seems now to be, extermination to the In dian. It is somewhat questioned whether -this policy is the dictate of justice and humanity. It is true that the murder of Gen. Canby was a das tardly outrage, but there are no doubt many extenuating circumstances with which the people are not acquainted. The government has no doubt always meant to do rig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 April 1873

Speels&tmd Local. OuR AGENTS 1IN CIARLESTON.-The ad vertising agency of Messrs. Waiker, Evans & Cogswell, represented by Roswelt T. Logar, Esq., is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. "Msss. Gai"isr & HoppxAx, Newspaper Advertising Agents. No. 4 South St., ISO timore, 3d., are duly authorized to contract for advertibcments at our lowest rates. Adver tisers in that City arp requested to leave their fa vors with this house." We will send a copy of our paper and a copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly" for one year to any one sending us $4.50. Our pa per speaks for itself, and you may know the value of "Peters' Musical Monthly." from the fact that every yearly subscriber gets about sixty Songs, Daets, and Choruses, anO from fifty -to,.sixty Piano pieces, worth at least $40. 5-tf. Piaos.---Where to Buy.-.-Feb ruary 1st, 1S73. Prices reduced from 15 to 2Z per cent. Lar gest Stock ih the South to select from. Ele gant 7 oct. pianos, Rosewood Cases, Carved Legs,...

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