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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 June 1873

arm, OarbenR S52SN VEAR OF FARM VIPLE MENTS. When will we ever rest from our excessive haste and cadessess, and learn to d. things !i4ew;//. Aa Enlijsh exchane tell: u-4 that thuir wans~ and ni1up-ents last 25 years. while ourS do :ot last over five and t.n. Where is the difirence? Are our Inechanies poor. or are they too hasty, or do fariners fear to pay enough for first-class wrk ? "In America everything in the way of imIpllnIC!ItS and tolS wears out very quickly; and harness, as well as every kind of leather or cloth, tears soon after it is new and very often afterward When I was about 14 years old, I learned to plow with a low-handled wooden plow that' my father had when he commenced farm ing, before I was born. And 15 years afterward this plow was still in exis tence, having had a new beam, and perhaps handles too, in the time; but being a very handy and favorite im plement, it was kept in repair for the youngest pljwboys to go witl. He bought a winowig machine by Cooch, just a...

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 June 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1873. No. 2> THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESD.Y MORNING, At Newberry C. H., BY. THOS, F; GRENKKER, Editor and Proprietor. Ter*s,-$2.5O per anum, Invariably in Advance. 02,Thd paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is puad. C7 The >< mark denotes expiration of sub scription. If, sitting with this little worn-out shoe And scarlet stocking on my kt-ie, I knew the little feet hail patted through The pearl-set gatis that lie 'twixt heaven, and me, I could be reconciled, and happy too, And look with glad eyes: towards the Jasper Sea. If, in the;mqrning, when the song of birds Reminds me of a music far more sweet, I listen to his pretty, broken words, And far the music of his dimpled feet, I could be almost happy, though I heard No answer, seeing but his vacant seat. I could be glad if, when the day is done, And,all its cires and heart-ache laid away, esaizld look westward to the hidden sun, And with a heart full -of sweet...

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 June 1873

Wednesday, June 1i, 183. R. B. Elliott. Congreman, will ac cept our thanks for a number of inter esting public documents. The Bonapartes are thronging to the French capital. It will not be long ere another revolution takes place. Difficulty is apprehended with Giermany. The annual meeting of the State Dental Association, met in Columbia, June 5th. Fourteen delegates were in attendance. Dr. R. S. Whaley re presented Newberry, and presented an int.,resting paper on -the best method of obtaining dies and counterdies, and striking up metallic plates." Suspended. We sincerely regret to notice the suspension of the Daily South Caro linian, after a vignrous struggle for life of eighteen months. We had been for some time doubtful if this paper had a sufficient subscription list to sustain; it and, that its advertising patronage, in the absence of a large subscription, was not adequate to its support was plainly evident. It is a pity that so stout a champion of the right should be allowed to...

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 June 1873

special and Local. Oun. AGXNTS IX CIAIMLSTON.--The ad vertising agency of Messri. Valker, Fvans & Cogswel, represented by Roswell '. Logan Esq is the only autboriz.d-agency for thi: paper in Charleston. 07' S. M. PETfENGILL & Co., 10 State Street, Boston, 37 Park Row, New York, anc 701 Cnestnut Street,~ Philadelphia, are oui Agents for procuring. advertisements for our paper in the above cities, and inthorized t< contract for advertising at our lowest rates "Mmaus. GRivry & HoiFMAx, NewDpaper Adyertiing Agents,- No. 4 South St., Bal timore, Md., are duly authorized4 to contracl for advertisements at our lowet rates. Adver lUsers in that City are requested to leave their fa vors wit thishouse." VALUADLE TO HOUSEXEEPS.-I am now preparing the best article in use foi cleaning Gold, Silver, Plate and Brittanis Ware, and warrant it to be entirely free from grit or any injurious matter, and therefore will not scratch the finest surface. Prict only 25 cents per bottle. For sa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 June 1873

Yarm, 05 rbmN. Ousesi . EXPERIMENTS AWONG FAR N ERS. The idea "experiments" among farmers has a very vague meaning, and has more often been asubject of ridicule with many of our practi- I cal men. It should not be so. Wei see no reason why farmers should not experiment in a reasonable way as well as mechanics, Chem. ists, or those of other useful pro fessions. A great advantage would result to agriculture, if every intelligent farmer would pursue some syste matic course of experiments on such a scale and variety as his circumstances would justify, and give the results, if successful, to the community. It is with expe riments in farming as was said by Franklin of a young man owning wild lands: "It is well enough for every man to have some; if he don't have too many." They should be his servants, not his masters; and if intelligently man aged and kept within due bounds, they may be made greatly subser vient to his own interest, And by their promulgation, eminently pro motive of the ge...

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 June 1873

Vol. Ix. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1873.0o 4 THE HERALD Is rUuLIsLDI EVERY WEDNESDAY MOI:NING, At Newberry C. 11., BY THOS. F. GRENEKER, Editor xd Proprietor. Terms, S.a per .1anum, Invariably in Advance. t gia a,er i stopped at tie expiration of ronTfr w ict it is p:aid. Ce The ; mark deuote, expiration of sub scription. c'arriages, w agons, sec. PATRONIZE HOME ETRPR, IF YOU WANT A CARRIAGE, BUGGY, ROCKAWAY Or WAGON, Get one that i made in your own State, in prefereuce to tha: made-ouiide, you then aIsist in sutAaing the mechanlie, w!o, in hi; turn, consames home produce. JOHN ACNEW, Of COLUMBIA, S. C., MANUFACTURES the above, and warra.ts satisfactiOn at PRICES THAT AlR, LOW FOR GOD WORK. le keeps a full stock of HARNESS, WHIPS, UMBRELLAS, &c., And makes REPAIRING AND PAINTING A SPECIALTY. JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor. M. J. CALNAN, Agent. Mar. 26, 12-3m. irdware, Groceriees, PC. JOIBN. DIAL, Importer and Dealer in English & American HARDWARE AND CUEIM, Iron, Steel, Nails, Cas...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 June 1873

ADDRF.iS LY 1RA L%. J0.\Fs, EsQ., 1;V:zR PU--isLI 1.01:; 03. , . 0. T., o T.'F ('PC(a zjus or ins ._4;fl &iV.ivsAkY, t.S. 4siL. l a. BRoTicas, LaDIFs asn GE,LFV : On the 4th day of June, in the year 149, the Plaski Lod:e of 0.1d Fellows was organized at this place, by our distinguished friend and brother, Past Grand Master John McKenzie, whose presence on this occasion is a source of much gratification. We are also delighted to see in our nidst, our energetic and efficient Grand Master, Thom as Steen, together with many of our bro thers from Columbia and Greenville. We greet them one and all with a hearty wel conic. This day then is our 24th anniver sary, and we have met here to begin its celebration. We are not peculiar in this respect. In all ages and climes, and among all people, it is customary to honor and distinguish the day on which some great event occurred. Every great association has periodically, some day of festivity on which its utembers may assemble, to strengthen ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 June 1873

Special and Local. Co.aell ren:wtedby basellT. Log-an, J.', ii the oidy Atuthoriz:d agcney for th1:. paper itr-hatrleton. ( .[ PETTENG LLL & Co., 10 State Strecet. Btoon, 37 Park RiWv, New York, and 701 Cue!tnut btreet, Pililudelphia, are our AgUtI ot proCuring advertiseneit tur our paper in the above eitie<, and authorized to e.;ntract for advertising at our lowest rates. We will xend a copy of oar paper and a copy of "Peters' Muical Monthly" for one year to any one sending us $1.50. 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, Dets. and Choruses, and from fifty to sixty P'iano pieces, worth at least _10. 5-tf. Town Directory. MERTINGS.-Newberry Division, No. S. S. of T., meets every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, in Masonic Hall. Pula-ki Lodge, No. 21, 1. 0. 0. F., meets in the same Hall. every F.riday eveniug at8 o'clock. Amity Lodge, No. 67, A. F. M., meets first Mond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 June 1873

arm,Oarbtn A toust. PL.ISTER --- WHEN AND WHERE TO SOW IT. A correspondent makes the follow ing inquires: "When is the best time to sow plas ter? How much per acre? On what crops will it pay the best ?" The best time to sow plaster is when the crop is young and tender, and the weather begins to be warm--say from the 1st of May to the 1st of June. The quanity may be whatever you can af ford; if the ground is deficient in nitro genous resources, frow 20 bushels downward. Grasses and small grains are more benefited by it. Cort likes dearly to have a good handful sprink led on each hill when about six inches high, after the first hoeing. On soil.1 otherwise well manured, or rich in vegetable mould it is less useful. To judge correctly concerning the application of this, as of any other manure, it is important to bear in mind just what it does for the crop, and how it does it. While plants are composed of small proportions of lime, potash, carbon, iron, &c., their chief food is nitro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 June 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1873. No. 25. -THE HERALD EVERfY WEDNESDAY MONING, At Newberry C. H., BY THOS. F. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprie:or. Termsx, $2.i per eluium. invariably in Advauce. 9 Th.p aper is stopped at the expiration of time for w it is paid. ;7 The M mark denotes expiration of sub scriptiou. ).lttriJ. GOOD N11r. Good night-goo,1 night The hour of pa-tiag brig< II' hour of Be thy lteep CahinI and I ep, A spell of down on silkeni eyelids laid; ceen our pillos S distAiCe only se0tuII, And il.trkness is as a tr:n;p.xreint side, And sweetest speeches silences enelose, Like rose.' perfutne folded in the rose Growing intense as silence deeper g r. ws: Good-Ilight ! Gocod-rnigh t-goodl nighr These parting words are but a tender chean; For still we know that whether we may go Bev%ond arm's reach, or uide as worlds apart, ' Together we shall throb at each heart-beat; Thrilled by the s.ie electric d-irt, Shot fron the arch-god's arched bow, Throu.h either bosoni' wl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 June 1873

Fatal shcoting. W. copy the fol!. wing aecount of fatal shooting from the last issue of tihe Ed_Cield Adcertifr. Although not so stated in the paragraph, we L:arn that a feud has existed between the families for many years. With shuddering we chronicle a bloody affray which took place in our town on Tuesday last. The parties in this affair were Mr. Lovett Gomilion and his son. Mr. Wm. Gomilion, of the one part, and Mr. Arthur Glover, of the other. Mr. Gomilion is a man of about fifty-five years of age. His son was a young man of twenty or twenty-one. Their home is seven miles East of our town. Mr. Glover is a man of thirty-six or thirty-eight. and is a citizen of our town. Both parties belong to old District families of the highest respectability. Some five or six weeks ago, Mr. Lovett Gomilion and Mr. Glover had angry words in front of our office. Young Gonilion was not present, but upon hearing of the matter, became deeply incensed against Glover. As this case will come before our...

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 June 1873

special and Local. O-t AGL.XTs iN CAIAL r.-The ad y:t.S.1g agecy o 3(eA3t-. Wa,er. -vans & C i.gWelrepresented b)y l'oswell T. Logan, q.,.s the ouly authorz.:d tgency for this paper in Charleston. vaest received by McFall & Pool, a beauti fal line of Lace Collars and Sleeves. 24-tf '-1ssss. Gacsys & IIOFFAN, Newspap*r Advertising Ag,eut. No. 4 South St., Bal timoe, Md., are d-ly authorized to contract for advertiLemeute at our lowest rates. Adver tiseiu that City are requebted to leave their ta vMro with this house." McFa & Pool have now in store a fine as gorment of Swise, Lawns, and cheap Piques. 24-tf. 7 S. ]. PETTENGILL & Co., 10 State Street, Boston, 37 Park How, New York, and 701 Cuestnut Street, Philadelphia, are our Agents for procuring advertisements for our paper in the above cities, and authorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. At the store of McFall & Pool can be found, Lace Collars, and Sleeves. Swiss, Lawns, and cheap Plqnes, a...

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 June 1873

FLUm the Union Tiwc. BEE-11IVEN AND IIIVING DEES. Dr. BEVAN, a distinguished Eng lish writer on this subject, recomn mends a hive measuring "1200 sol id inches in the clear," and of on ly 9 inches high. Quimby and Langestroth, both high American authorities, concur in the opilol that they should not exceed 10 or 12 inches in height, but differ from the English author in having tnem of much larger dimensions in other respects. I have taken the medium of 1500 in the clear. from my own experience. A hive of the form indicated possesses many advantages over the tall, slim and unsightly ones in com won use, not 4be least of which is the saving the bees much unneces sary labor and time, and is more over much better adapted for the use of boxer. There should be quite a number of auger holes bored through the top to afford the bees ready access to the boxes. Having the hive ready, the next thing is to have it well filled with bees. One strong swarin is pre fevrable to several weak ones, for...

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 July 1873

5heeejl. X Vol. IX.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1873- No. 2. .I .., - - .. ... . . . I THE HERALD KVEltY VIE)NESDAY MOlNING, At Newberry C. 1H., BY '1HO1 , P. GRNEKER, Editor and Proiriotor. 'IIh%, $13.50 1per 44#101 i1 , luvariably in Alynace. U I' -Thl paper is stoppd at tile expiration of tinl o'or wh ih it is paid. O 'The minrk denote.; expiration of sub vcriptioll. A LONENSO IE, HOMELN~ENN MENEt. Ile wats a lonlely milner-m1an Who inl his caibin dwet, Or trod ithe inrrow trail that ran Along the mimral belt; Amti nighlt and morn, With dinner- pail, ile back itil forward strode, Nor at the hour was known to fitil To lale the rocky roud. A teady-goiffg Initior-an, ie sat at Ilight a1n1d thoight, And anlly a curious minler's plan Ill Filey there he wrought; A li in his cabit, all alone 11.4for' thev dancing fire, Full 'any It icture ctune and .shone 01' wthalt he might deAire. A lonesome, homeless miner-mai, Who cooked and washed and worked, PvI Illips his namne Wats Johni or D)an...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 July 1873

Wednesday, July 2, 1873. Newberry College. The commencement exercises of this Institution, of which the Keowee Courier makes briuf mention in its last issue, are described as highly in teresting, and of which we hope to hear some of the particulars through our intelligent correspondent from Prosperity, who was a participant as well as happy eye-witness. In this connection we beg to make amends to our young friend, J. B. O'Neall Holloway, for omitting to place his name in the roll of students fur this County, in our notice last week. It was not our fault but that of the printer of the Catalogue, who made Mr. Holloway an Edgefielder. Graduates of Woford. The following is a list of the young men who graduated from Wofford College, Spartanburg, on the 26th: J. E. Carlisle, Sumter; W. E. Barr, Edgefield; H. F. Chrietzberg, Char leston; E. X. Hardin, Chester; J. K. Jennings, Union; G. E. Keitt, New berry; H- J. Kinard, Edgefield ; J. W. Wolling, Charleston; J. W. Rose borough, Mississippi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 July 1873

Special and Local. 0un AGET. 14 CMARLESTON.-The a'd vtsing agvcy U! Me-5-. Walker. Evans & C.gsweli, represcated by Roswell T. Logan, K%q., is the only authoriz:d agency for this paper in Charleston. "-1Es8ss. UI:FIxN & HoyFxA,. Newspaper Advertisin Aents. No. 4 South St., Bal ti4nore, 3IS.. are duly authorizd to contract for ad.vert-ineuts at oar lowest rates. Adver tsers ju that City are rcquestedto leave their fa vors with this house?. [G- S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 10 State Street, Bo.iton,37 Park Row, New York, and 71 C4estnut Street, Philadelphia, are our Agents for procuring advertisements for our paper in the above cities, and authorized to coutract for advertising at our lowest rates. We will send a copy of oar 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, Ddets, and Choru...

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 July 1873

HlOW MUCH GRASS SEED TO SOW PER ACRE. As the number of pounds in a bush l of seed varies in different States, I shall designate the amount to be sow ed by quarts, instead of pounds, there being thirty-two quarts in a bushel in every State. No man can lay down a rule which will indicate the most proper quantity to be sowed in tll places, and on all kinds of soil in dif ferent conditions. Grass seed of some kinds may be sowed too thickly, altho' this is seldom done. Red Clover may be sowed too thick for producing a good yield of seed as there will only be about so many spears of grass flour ish, even when the seed is sowed in great abundance. Wheu the seed is applied so abundantly that there is not room for a spear to grow from ev ery kernel, a portion of the young grass dies, the strongest spears over powring the feebler ones, and main taining the pre-eminence over them. When the country was first settled, our fathers said four quarts of timothv seed was enough for one acre. If the 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. — 9 July 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORMNG, JULY 9, 1873. THE H ERALD; IS PUELISHEla VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry V. H1., BY T1103. F. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprietor. Termq, $ .50 per J1111 Invariably in Advance. 7 The paper is stopped at the expiration oi time for which it is paid. T7 The 1 mark denotes expiration of sub scription. From the ll.tlti:n-re Satur y Night. ODE TO A G.1RTER. PICF.Fln UP IN CITUI.C1t UV THE ArT]I-')R. Thon envi Lle clasp ! whose close embrace' Oe hell a torin most beautiful to trace In -iey's eye, welre f'Ain 'tvould seem to Anatomy's most wondrons syninetry Of thee I sing-and ne'er at thee would scofn; B0:4omo ono thou wa::t donned -I'll --"take thee off!" When thou wert placed, on that late fatal morn, In thy plo:,ition bls, where thou wa-At Tiioz littl .,bo1gh:'t thot wonbl'st desert ed b" By thy dte tr mite, and th-tt thy L. E. G , Would now be written-he by others read, Wheln tholu wert lot, a1, to thy nate, iert de:al ! Thou mnv strifes h.ist born,-, if thou...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 July 1873

Wednesday, Juiy 9, -1873. We call attention to the extrae from the speech of Col. Hudnutf Chief Engineer of the Laurens Asheville Railroad, ou our first page. The Due West Commenee ments. The Abbeville papers furnish higi ly interesting accounts of the com mencement exercises of the Due Wes Female College and of Erskine Mal College, which closed on Thursda; evening, June 26th. Both of thes institutions are in a prosperous an happy condition, and situated as the; are in a healthy country, and of eas; access from all parts of the State, the; 'are generally largely patronized. Among the names of the young ladie mentioned from Newberry, we notic those of Miss Lida H. Sparks, HelE na, who delivered an essay entitled "Be Somethin"-Miss Mamie Pool had a place in the charming picture in a double trio, March from Normn as did al " Miss Carrie Chalmers, in trio, "Bonnie Dundee Quadrifle." We notice that the Alumni Associ tion of Erskine,-have elected Col. J K. G. Nance, of Newberry, to prepar...

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

Special and Local. Our AGENTS IN CHAILESTON.-The ad rtising ageucy of Messrs. Walker. Evans & C)swell, represented by R oswell T. Logan, tq., is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. "MErsnS. UntPFI & HosFM.tN, Newspaper Advertising Agen:s, No. 4 South St.. hal tiaore. Md., are duly authorized to contract for advertiseme:ts at our lowest rates. Adver tisers in that City are requested to leave their fa vors with this house." r7 S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 10 State Street, Bontou,37 Park Row, New York, and 701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, are our Agents for procuring advertibements for our paper in the above cities, and authorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. We wilt send a copy of our paper and a copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly" for one year to any one sending us $1.50. Our pa per speaks for itself, and you may know tie value of "Peters' Musical Monthly," from the fact that every yearly subscriber gets about sixty Songs, Duets, and Ch...

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