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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 July 1873

STORING POTATOES. Cellars or root-houses are gene ralmy as good places as one can get for storing away potatoes, if they are frost Vroof, and can be well ventilated. Pat the potatoes in large boxes-empty dry goods eases are best, holding from fifteen -to fifty bushels each-or divide the space into bins like those of a granary, so that each kind can be kept separate, a n d no great amdunt of heating can take place -where there is space for vcntila tion. A board floor is better than bare earth. Choice kinds it will pay to sort over in the field, bar rel th6 best for sale and delivery as -reqired, and keep the others for seed. When a frost-proof room in a building can not be had, se 1eet a piece of dry soil, where wa ter will readily flow off, or can be drained away. Store the potatoes In small round heaps, of fifty each, set in rows each to be covered first with reversed sods, or a very little.elean dry straw, and then with earth, putting on a little at first but a few inches, and add...

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 July 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1873. No. 28. THE HERALD IS P'ULI11ILD FViEILY WENESDAY MURNING, At Newberry C. I., BY THOS. P. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 2.050 Per 1nnum, Itvariably in Advance. r,- Trh, paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is paid. 9 The mark denotes expiration of sub scription. Voetra. From the Baltimore Saturday Night. OTO THE AUTHOR. WHO PICKED UP A GARTER IN CHURCH." 11Y ONE OF THE OTIIE. SEX. I hve noticed, Mr. Impudenc:, .self-styled "Author," if yo!; please 11ow your subiject you have handled, With such faithfulness and ease; And though little u.ed to ihyming - I will now my Muse enjoin, And besecehli her deft assistance To repay you-in your coin! In the first place, let me ask you Of the right you have to know o niucih about your subject, And dilate upon it so; Or with impudence amazing Say, uhat right have you to trace, "In faiey's eye," that "synmetry" Which once it did embrace ? You're some cgood-for.nothing bachelor,...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 July 1873

Weddn day, ubly 16. 1873, The Couuty Advertisiag. Many of our readers complain because the public sales no longer appear in the HERALD, and, that not being able 'to take both-papers of the town, they feel that they are deprived of a privilege. The complaint is no, without reason, but it is not our fault. It may not generally be known that tht3eneral Assem bly gave power to a committee composed of three State officers, to designate OxE or MORE papers in each county as the medium for the publication of all such notices. The HERALD was deprived of this privilege. We do not complain of this, but at the same Lime con sider it as unjust in the extreme. We have determined now however, to publish such notices, without authority, and of course without remuneration, but simply as an act of justice to our readers, that they may be kept informed as to what is being done in this respect. This is not done without pecuniary loss, as well as loss of time, but we are willing to make the sacrifice fo...

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

: .\ i %l I.I.L.ToN. li! ld V -g .-s eII, r'!;il ~q en e-l b y 1%n e I I I L 1--; , i tlme .wd'tiuthortz:d agency Iur thib paper in Charle-toa. ".uL~a'Las. G fFn & !t.i.'Lxu.-r1.wpaper Ale-:i"ug A,et-, No. 4 -outh . 1..l t Mnure. Mu.. a:e dul' :Itti.tiize.d 1 eo!trict for :avertise at var low:- rwt-. Adver ti.er in that City are requsted to Icaye their la vurs wit'l ttIls house." - . 3, -PLITENGILL & Co.. 10 State Street. Boston, 37 P::rk Rov, New York, and 701 C bestnut Stree, ihidelphia, are our A!entsu for procuring adverti:-cuients for our p.pec in thvehovv clities, and authutized to co,tr;-:t for adver:ising at our lowest rates. We will ,end a copy of our p.per and a copy of "Peters' Muzical Monthiv" for oue year to any one sendiag us $4.50. Our pa per speaks fvo itself, and you may know the value of "Peters' MusiCil Monthly," from the fact that every yearly subscriber gets about .,ixty songs, Duets, and Choru!es, and from fifty to six:y Piano pieces, worilt at least $1...

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

armn, ibarben& 05utb01b. NOW TO KEEP A COW IN TIE CITY OR VILLAGE. All agree that really good, fresh milk, from healthy and properly fed cows is the best possible food for children and youth. But how, ask our city friends, shall we get it? This question has been asked many times; we should say keep your own cow. This is, perhaps, not so difficult and expensive a matter as you may imagine; even a cow costs comparatively little at first. She requires less room than one would suppose; and she will almost in variably pay her keep and a profit in milk. If not short of storage room, procure a small load ofloose hay as brought to market on wagons; the quality can be better seen when compressed into bales. If cramped for room,get a few bundles of baled hay. A straw or hay cutter of moderate size, cost ing from three to six dollars, will be requisite. Straw or corn stalks will answer very well as an occa sional substitute for alternating with hay. Procure at a feedstore, a few bags each ...

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 July 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MOIRNING, JULY 23, 183 No. 29. THE H ERALD LS PL'1lbllLl) Fn :iY W E)l>NEI1A Y .\101 L\ i, At NeWlierrY ('. II., Ly TiWoi P. r l"N.K1 , Llitr an.d 'ropricor. rep-111s, S1.530)DCP'r " he t , I -.:ariably i ' i ane - ..pp - iS11j>pped at thle expilation of taie iwv'r whia it Is paitn f The y uar:: d!e.ote- .xpiration of sub scripationi. 1Jetry. THE 1PRINT.-R' DEVIL. T,,-h 's pa tte !red,1 Glotliin.t tattereid, With Is broom in hand, Leaning, Cleaning, Rubbing, scrubb>iig, Under everyt 'Neath the cases, Type and spaces Trampled where they fell Bv this Pluto hootned to go to Printers' batter "hell." lanning hither, l:arting tiither, Tail of aN the Staff, ("at an. in aloors, Doing all chores, LBrinaging telegr.aph. Rans for copy, N >r dare stop he For his paper hat All the jonr'nen, S :ethe foremen,a Yelling.lor somie "'far." "Proves" the galleys: Ti,en he sallies, On S.Ltanie pinion Fro:m thv- news r->)m Plar. ofl his donilion. Audthe bo-e Oftenl erazs ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 23 July 1873

29 EWBBBES. el, Wednesday, July 23, 1873. Col. Simeon Fair. Col. Simeon Fair is no more. This' estimable man and citizen, kind friend and neighbor, died at Glenn's Spring, on Tuesday, the 15th day of July, 1873, in the 73d year of his age. We knew him well; we have known him for many years, and we know that if there ever was a man who had the es teem and love,and kindly regard of all who knew him, Col. Fair was that man. Open, sincere and frank in hi nature, he, early in life, won the hearts of the people of Newberry, an held them to the last. Few men have lived in public life as long as he did, and made as few enemies and as man friends. He deserved his success. le deserved to be loved in life and honored in death. Faultless he wa not, but his faults were generous ones, and he was a good man. Col. Fair was born in April, 1801, in the District of Newberry, S. C., about five miles from the Court House. He was admitts. to cae practice of the Law in 1824, opened an office in the vIllag...

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

Xpecial and Local. ':1: .\CFNTA IN PHARLFFTON.-The ad1 v:rti;ig agenecv of M Walker. Evans & C eweli, represented by loswell T. Log.an, E,;q , is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. .Etes. uzriN & lloFFxAN. Newsper Ad.thigg Ageu!s. No. 4 South .st., hal tisaore, Md., are duly authorized to contract for advertisementr; at our lowest rates. Adver tisers in that City are requested to leave their fa vors with this house." EG S. M. PETTENGILL & Co., 10 State Street, Bobton, 37 Park Row, New York, and 701 Chestnut Street, l'Iiladelphia, are our Agents for procuring advertibetents fur our paper in the above cities, and authorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. 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, Duets, and Chor...

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 July 1873

arm, &be Eg ouscblIa . PICKLES. DIRECTIONS FOR VICKLING CUCUM BERS. GHERKINS, SEANS, SMALL CANTELOUPE.S. AND 31CSK-NIELONS, IN BR1IE. A perfectly clean wooden or stone vessel that can be covered securely, and has never had anything like but ter or lard-or pickled pork or beef in it-with plenty .of salt aud pure fresh water, are the most important re quisites. Gather the vegetables (the morning is,-enerally the best time) as they get the desired size-put them in the brine, being very careful not to bruise them. They can be gathered every day, until the vessel is full-ex amine every few days-if there is any appearance of scum on the top, the brine is not strong enough, and more salt must be added. If they are to be kept for several months, examine them every few weeks-removing all that are soft, and renewing the brine. They can be taken out at any time and pickled with vinegar. The usual way of pickling with vinegar is, take them from the brine one evening soak them in fresh water...

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

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1873. No. 30. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED F.VERY WEDNSES)AY MOlRNING, At Newberry C. iL, BY THO. F. GRNEKEP1. Editor and Proprietor. Terms, S.50 per al-num, luvariably in Advance. qj-- Tha paper is stopped at the expii'ation of tiiue fur which it is paid. uy The X mark deuotes expiration of sub ,cription. T11E DAINTr WARDROBE. Theres a little drawer in :ny chamber, Gz:rdeA- with tender care, Where the dainty eloties are lying That ny darling shall ilever wear And there, while the hours are W iling, Till 'he house is all at rest, I sit, and fancy a baby Close to my aching bretst. MC darling's prety, wh ite garnicats, I wrought them while sitting apart, Wiiile his ivstic life was throbbiig I'uder ny throbbing heart And often nay happy dreamning Breaks in a little Song, LikL the murmur of' birds at brooding, W'hel .the days are warin and long. I tinivhed the dainty wardrobe, And the drawer was almost full White rolbs of the finest muslin, And robes ol t...

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. — 30 July 1873

Wedesday, July 30, i8i3 Our Duty in the Present and the Future. The Revolution is complete. It seems to us that a cup more bitter was never givea to any people to drink than was pressed to our lips. But we drank it.. And we have borne the consequences, whether patiently or im patiently, our lives must testify. It is not in hnman nature, nor was it in ours, to bear the working of such a bitter draught without many contor tions of countenance and efforts to resist or evade its effects. Some ef forts we made; they were feeblh, fu tile, vain. The power that overcame us in the first place, was still present, and still more powerful to crush any efforts the victim might make. We have acquiesced. We. have accepted the situation. We write with a loath ing horror of the expression. But we have accepted the situation. The cause so dear to the hearts of so many brave and noble men, who died for it, is dead-. Virginia, the mother of he roes, sleeps in a nameless grave. Her sister States lie dea...

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

SpeialandLocal. ki t. - !mader com,,,lain becau-e the 1ubite 1 :ic nio longer appear in the IlEEL.W, aud, that na e able to take both papers of the town, they feel that thry are deprived a a privilege. The complaint is not without reas.on, bUt it is not our fault. It may not generally be known that the General Assem bly gave power to a committee composed -of three State officers, to designate ONE or XORE papers in each county as the medium for the publicaion of all snch notices. The HERALD was deprived of this privilege. We do not complain of this, but at the same time con si,ler it as unjust in the extreme. We have determined now however, to publish such notices, without authority, and of course without remuneration, but simply as an act of justice to our readers, that they may be kept informed as to what is being done in .this respect. This is not done without pecuniary loss, as well as loss of time, but we :re willing to make the sacrifice for the ptblic good, and - !tru:, that o...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 July 1873

lk farm, arhen ansel~Isi. HOW TO PREVENT SUN STROKE. As we are soon to experience a heated term, the following specific against sunstroke may save from illness and death many whose oc cupation obliges them to be in the field or out upon the streets: "About a year since I saw in a newsDaper an account of a case of sunstroke, written by the party himself. After suffering a long time from the attack, and having to a considerable degree recovered, he experienced suffering even from the rays of the moon. This led him to the reflection that it was not alto gether the heat of the sun that pro duced prostration. After much re search he discovered that the injury came from the chemical ray and not from the heat ray. He was guid ed to this by observing the fact that a photograph could not be taken through a hollow glass. Accordingly, he lined his hat with two linings-.-one of orange yellow to arrest the chemical ray, and one of green to arrest the heat ray. Thus prepared, he went where the ' ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 August 1873

Vol. IN'. 0WE ODNE- StA*Y 'R)IN ?,IIN'(, AtJ)~ IS'U 8~ 1 THE HERALD I8 PUl.'II181I1-n KVERY VEDNHSDJAY MORNING, At Newberry V. 11., BY TH08. F. GR11E1NEI1lli, E.ditor aull Proprietor. Tlerms, l .5 per.1us2, Invtariably in Advanuce. B7 T ppeir i s slopped i at lie ex pirationt of time 'or wiloli it Is paid. li j- The M mark detotei expiration of' sib .Periptionl. fXtctr. AN N FIIN1IIE-l PRI'AYVEft. "NwIlaly"--say it, dlarlingl: "I,ay m110" lisped the tinly lips lM. 11V 1l"ghter., knkeeflng, benlding, W'1t-jii. loldird iliger. tip'4. "Down to 81vp"-"to sleep"h-lo inutr MtIre, Anl the ciryi heal dropped low "I pray the Lo,d," I gently addei, "Youa call Say it aill, I knlow." "P'ray tiho l,ord," I gently :added, * Fainr stie-"My sou to keep." 'l'hl tho tired headi faintly lloddled, A i,] the rhibd wats ilist, sileop. t tho dewy cycs half opened WIln I vlaspol her to my breast, Aiild tI lear voice soflty aidileil, Cpdnut Golinows all thle veSt." 1), 1ho tihlesting, Sweet colitdln of thle...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 August 1873

/. Wednesday, Augut 6, 1873. 01 Duly in the Future. We are able now to see clearly thle initakes we made in the past, and by clearly marking anl noting thetm we 1naV be able to avoid similar onel in fature. We now know that the Refori party movement of 1870 was a mistake, though at the time it gave our best nwn hopes of a sure and speedy deliverance from almost in tolarable evils. The movement was ro.arded by the Radical party as a mere- trick of the Democratic leaders to cajole the radical masses with a cry of reforni into voting with them, and under the plea of reforming the State government, which was notoriously corrupt, to seize once.more the reus of power. . The corruption was dis regarded and the party in power only clung more tenatiously twgether, there was no division in their rauks. and the Reform moveiiient was iguo miniously defeated. Without going back to the Presi dential election of 1868, when it does seem that any good observer of the course of events ought to have k...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 August 1873

vel tising agency of Messrs. Walker. Evans & Cog.swell, represented by Roswell T. Logan, q , is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. IP S. M. PETTENGILL & Co., 10 State Stree,. 1oston,37 Park Row, New York, and 701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, are our Agents for procuring advertistments for our paper in the above cities, ftd authorized .to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. 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 "Beters' 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 S40. 5-tf. Town Direetory. MERTINGS.-Newberry Division, No. 8, S. of T..zueeta every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, in Masonic Hall. Kosciusko Lodge, No. e32, I. 0. G. T., meets in the same Hall, every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. Pulas...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 August 1873

From "Hearth and Hotr.e." THE BENEFIT OF MANURE. HOW SHALL WE GET ALL OF IT ? "All is in saving manure," said an old farmer to us. He had a well-drain ed farm, both of intervale and hill land. He cer.'! therefore say it with safety, so far as his farm was concerned. But a neighbor not far distant had a differentstory. "You throw your ma nure away on wet land," said he. '-This has been my experience for many years. At last I drained my soil, and I now seem to get the benefit of the manure I have used (and the soil is well charged with it,) to say nothing of the other benefits fo ditch ing, which I find even as great as that of manure. Now I have dry land, I can walk over it anywhere, and, what is more, at any time of the year. So can my horses and cattle. The differ ence is very great. I put in my plough early, so early that I beat all m.y neighbors. all except t h o s e that are situated like me. 'his is not surprising, but it was a miracle to me for the first few years. To plow not...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 August 1873

Vol.*X WEDNESDAY -1O011NING, AUd~'ik'. r 2 THE HERALD Is PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOlNING, At xewberry C. H., BY THO. F. GRNEKER, Editor and Proprietor. p, $2.50 per AnRUM, juariably in Advance. r' Ti paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is paid. ei 'he 4 mark denotes expiration of sub scription. OLD A-NO NEW. New little teet Patter on the floor New little faces Peep tirough tLie dor New little souli kkave entered into life qen itove or strife New little fingers Tightly clasp our own New little teiolril. Round our.heats have grown. Still the old voices Echo in our ear, And the old faces Hallowed are and dear ; itill the old friends Who have passed away, Live in our affection Love has no decay, And'Ific old words, Spoken long ago, 'Keep*he heart tonder, Make the tears flow. Thus New and Old Mingle in one, Each has its blessings; And when life is done, Old*face, old friendb Will meet us again Tresres 1ng bnried We shall regain All that is lovely, All that is true, ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 August 1873

Wednesday, August 13, 18(3. Our Duty. Expcs.ures of the corrajptim, of the government of the so-called State of S.>uth Carolina have been made ad nauseam. Time and again it has been shown that the Treasury is like a seive through which thi money falls and disappears forever. No on is r-sponsible, and the comnplaints of the tax-payers are uuheeded atnd disre garded except so far as they may be coustrued into evidences of disaffection and disloyalty. We are not disposed to prosecte further the- ungrateful aud thankless task. Other duties call us; other fields invite us to purer and healthier labors. This. however, we may be permitted to say in ulosing our reviews of the past and turning to the contemplation of that nobler task that lies before us; that much as peculators may seem to prosper; much as they may seem to flourish in mag uiticent pride and strength; much as they may vaunt themselves as lords mighty and invincible, yet for all this their DAMNATION sLUMBERETH NOT. e turi. ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 August 1873

At Special and Local. 1.-ehr -Let 11Q have more lamps in the sttcets of Newberry. Bigs are worth thirty cents apiece in Mis souri. Good chance for hotel keepers. The most stinking frauds of the agc;--the frauds in Guano. Remember that John F. Speck's Jewelry Store is I lead-quarters fur Spectacles and Eye Glasses, of all kinds. 32-1t. Mr. E.y.Drehr's communication, "Newber ry College," was received toolate for insertion this week. It will appear in our next issue. Fresh arrivals of new styles LACE COL LARS, FALL PRINTS, and other goods to arrive this week, at 32-1. McFALL & POOL'S. Mr. John P. Sloan will please accept our thanks for .the basket of very fine peaches sent us. They are decidely the lar gest and best we'have seen this season. KING CorroN.-The staple continues to put in a respecttable appearance on tlk mart. There seems to be much still in the country, reserved for tight pinches. We arglad to learn that Col. Robert Moor man, who has been conflned to his room for abou...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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