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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 August 1873

APPLICATION -OF M.INURE TO HILLSIDES. I have a piece of .Vwrn-out hlbide land that I wih to re tore to fertillity, and sow in wheat next fall. The time immediately previous to wheat sowing 1 will be obliged to spend at other farm work, so I cannot spare the haalli. ad teams required to eart as inuchi manure as is necessary to re claih and fertilize the soil sufficiently to iusure a paying crop of wheat, and grass or Clover following it. There fore I intend earting -the manure from my harn to the hillside (which is in Clined four feet in a rod) in May and June. and leaving it uuiLl September. Now, what I want to know is, wheth er it is better to leave my manure in heaps on this inclined plane or spread on the surface ? Would it lose more of its nutritive properties by the wash ing rains and evaporating suns of spring And summer, in heaps, than spread out? Or would it be best to spread the manure from the cart, aiid plow it immediately, leaving ths bar subsoil exposed to the showers 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. — 20 August 1873

Vol. Ixe WEDNESDAY AIOI{YI.,XPI, AUGUST2(), 18if-. N.:3 THE HERALD IS PDBLISRED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. 1., Editor and Proprietor. Te*ms=, $2.40 pe *hmnt, Invariably in Advance. 1w r is at the expiration of V' The X mark denotes expiration of sub seriptiou. THE MONEYLESS MAN. Here ig a beautiful piece of poetry. It psomposed yes ago by Henry Staton, $:fayzvgle, Ky. .e:bW, the piasul of once meeting him. In Iis countenance we saw poetic ideas. Afterward we heard Alf, Burnett recite it, and it caused our eyes to moisten. is there no secret place on the face of the earth, 'W aamiharity dweeth, whert virtue bath birth? Where bosoms in mercy and .indness will : heave, And ti poor and t.e wretched shall ask and receive ? Is there no place on earth where a knock from the poor Will bring a kind angel to open the door? Ah! search the wide world wherever you can, There is no open door for the moneyless Go look in your hall where the chandeliers' light, Drives off with its sple...

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. — 20 August 1873

Wednesday, August 9N, 1873. Labor and Taxes. Many articles have been written and much ink has been shed upon the re lations existing between labor and capital, but those existing between Labor and Taxes seems to have been alost entirely ignore'd. It appears to have been taken for granted that property, and by property we mean houses and lands, and'such other ma terial substances as are usually onsidered w e a It h, pay all the taxes and bear all the burden of the support of government. At first blush it does, indeed, seem that such is the case. Here dwells a man who owns houses and lands to the value, say, of ten thousand dollars. On this pro perty he pays at present rates of taxa tion with which we are blessed, from one hundred to one hundred and fifty dollars per annum; while his laborer, who has no property, goes scot free and may snap his fingers at assessor and tax collectors. The man of pro perty pays even a special school tax for the education of the child of his laborer, who...

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. — 20 August 1873

Special.aud LocalI. ()rR AGENrTs IN CiARLESTON.-The ad Ve: t' 1ieg ageng% of Messrs. Walker, Evans & C ,nsweI, relprescnted by Roswell T. Logan, Ei.is the wily authorized agency for this paper iMUhafleston. The County Advertising. Many of our readers complain because the public sales no longer appear in the 1ERALD, a=4, tUt mot being able to take both papers ofthdtown, they feel thai they are deprived of a privilege. .The complaint is not Aithout rea 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 piblication of all such notices. The HERALD was deprived of this privilege. We do not complain of this, but at the same time con sider it as,uujust in the extreme. We have determined now however, to publish such notices, without author.ty, and of course without -nuner- 'ion, but s"M plV as an act of justice to oar readers,...

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. — 20 August 1873

EALTU OF WOMEN. Farner's wives are not as healthy and red-cheeked as city people suppose them to be. In a journey of a hundred miles, we may see a few rosy, bright-eyed, happy women ; but, as a rule, from Maine to California. care-worn faces, sunken eves. and compressed'lips, tell pitiful tales of disturbed rest, of weariness and suffering. - We do not attribute this to the tyranny of husbands. We have vet to see the man who does not pity his sick wife. . It cannot always be uttributed to the tyranny of fashion ; thousands of these sufferinz women do not read fushion-boks. We do not propose to point out all the causes that operate so destructively, but will ask attention to a few not generally attended to by pa tients and physicians. We speak of women who at marriage gave promise of a vigorous, healthy life, but as the years passed, their hopes faded like the baseless fabric o f dreams. Asking questions,-and closely observ ing their habits, we learn - that very soon after marriage t...

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. — 27 August 1873

Vol. Ix. WEDNESDAY --NORNLOG, AUG-UST 2,l 1S30 o 1 THE HERALD IS I'UBLISUED .IVEltY WAUNESIAY Mo!INING, At Newberry U. IL, BY THOS. F, GRENEKER, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, %2.i0 per .icun .lnvariably in Advance. ' The paper is stopped at the expiratior 0 tiate for which it is.Vaid. .7 The .4 mark denotes expiration of sub peription. 4octrii. IE DYIN44 .MTHtER. We were weeping roind her pillow, For we k:aw that she must die; It na,: night within our bosoms It mAs 1i0ht upon the sky. There were seven of us children, 1, the eldest one of all ; So I tried to whisper comfort, 14it the blinding tears would fall. (in my knees niv little brother Leaned his achi~g brow and wept; And may sister's long black trczses O'er my heaing boson swept. -The shadow of an awful fear C;-rne o'er me as I trod, To lay tihe burden of our grief Before the throue of God. "Oh ! he kind to one another," Was the mother's pleading prayer, As her haud lay like a snow-dlake, Ou the baby's golden hair. Then a glor...

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. — 27 August 1873

-A AF WMER.3 Wednl-'day, Augusi 2Y. 18. %eaders and friends., the Editor of this paper has returned to his po.st of duty ; thel Chair editorial is now filled by his own proper person, and I. who so lately wielded the sceptre of authori ty here, must retire and give place to the rightful authority. If I have trod upon anybody's corns, or touched too (CIdely y old sores, I regret it, and hope that the offence will be forgotten and forgiven And 0, friend Ctron iee, I hope that you and I, Pharisee though I be, (I can't get over the "eminent,") will yet sing together the same psalw out of the same book, in peace and good fellowship together, in a country where there is never any call fur pistols and coffee for two. [EDITOR PRO TEM. Yes, we are once more in position, kind reader, and in spite of the pleas ure experienced in being again so in tinmately associated with you, we can not help feeling a.deep regret that the gentleman who has so ably ministered unto you editorially, has now reti...

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. — 27 August 1873

apecial tllI( moi-al. i ave . Pe'.,Xntd bc' !.,)well T. L ai, - - : nly .am rd 'genV for thb er In CD,arie.ton S. :A. PETT-NGILL & (o., 10 State S..t, bo.to, :D 1.lArk R-ny, New York, and 7 -:ost.u: z Street, hiladellhii, are our A.-.nt< fir jrocurini.g adeti;ements for our p :.e the abh.e citius, an.l aithuorized to e ,trac: tor advertising at our lowest rates. We will send a epr of our paper and a copy of "Pete.., Mu<ieal Monith:y" for onle yea to any one sendiig u! S4.50. Our pa per .peaks for itse". an1d yoa may know the value of "Peters' Musicial Monthly," from the fact tiat every yearly- subscriber gets about sixty Songs, iuets, and Choruses, and from fifty to SIxty Piano pieces, worh -at least $10. 5-tf. Town Directory. MEr3;.-Newherry DivisioD. 1No- S. N. of T.. meets every Tueiday niglit at S o'c!oek, in Masonic Unil'. Nosciu,ko Lodge. No. :::2. 1. 0. G. T., meets in the samte Hall. eery Thursday evening. at 8 o'clock. ~ '-Fiiaevnn'a Sulok V'ula,ki Lodge. No. 2, 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. — 27 August 1873

~_7 ABOUT THE TIME TO DO IT This is about the right time. That i-, if you care to be neat. It no(t. no mautter It is easier to be poor thai to be rich to be a sloven thall to be neat. That is for zoie folk. it is time to clean the buse. A:d to cleau up about the yard. -Ad th. gardeu. Anid the trim. And about the shop or places c bsiness. If you are a farmer, working fu IonCV t', pay taxes for the support o bondholders it is time you were a work. Fix up the barn, nail all the loos boards on tight, straighten up you fence posts, drive a stone or a stake the ground to keep them straight; na in loose boards or pickets, put whol rails in place of broken ones, and us the broken ones for wood; don't leav them on the ground to rot; strengthei the weak spots in the fences all abou the f:ri. Cut the weeds and sprouts awa; from the corners of fences. Clean ou the bari--the bay-the stables -th cellars. Drive nails or hooks to han, shovels, flails,harness, &c., on. Patel little holes before ...

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. — 3 September 1873

Cot Vol. I__ WEDNESDAY MOIRNIN " EMBERf 3, 18730o 5 T P8ERALD EVEg ,WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry .U. 11., BY THOS, Fi GRBNEKEI, Editor and Proprietor. Termus~, $9.50O per .nSttuu, In,variably in Advanve. r~~-"The ager i sto ed at the expiration of 41eu for Whh Itisp. The H ark denotes expiration of sub WN VI 'k' UON TIE LEVEL. We weet upon tle Level and part upon the qu:are;. What word. of preciotis moaning those words MSUonle arv I Como let tis voutemiplate -thom ; they are worthy of a thought, i o Very soul f Masoutry these precious words are wrouight. W6 pueet , upon the Level, though fron overy station come The rich man from his monsion, the poor man from his hoie; - For the one must have his wealth aijd state outside the Mason's door, Andl tile other filnds his true respect upon the chequered floor. We neet' upon the Square, for the world must h vo. its due ; We niltgiwitltho mtltitudo-a cold uti * friendly erow-; But the iniluenco of our gathering it mem ory is green, And we...

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. — 3 September 1873

Wedwd~ij, koptomb; 3, 1873 The Exercises of the Newberry W.Alalhla-College will be resumed or the 4th of September. Dr. Smeltzei is assisted -by an able corps of Profes sors. The Charleston News & Courier, Attention is ealled to the Prospec -tus of this sterling daily, que of th< liveliest and most readable papers o: the day. If there is any news affoa the ffews & Courier is always sur to spread it to its-thousands of readers instanter. On -Monday last the first througl train ran from Charlotte to Atlanta on the Air Line Rail Road. Thii fine and direct line is now in regula running order. A trip over it wil prove a pleasant one indeed, as it runi through a diversified and charming country. The Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Rail Road is very popular a a quick and cheap freight line. Good shipped on that road reach their des tination considerably ahead of any other line it is said, Pnd every depart ment of the Company's business is sc well managed that there is seldom an...

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. — 3 September 1873

SpecIal and Local. Set:%V*A Wtt oIu V1,iah' lands thr uaie. t-speei :notice-reductiou in price' of Shoes. Card-of ir.-J. R Brown. iar.hal l's earnest appeal. Fijry Volees-MisiC. Wobflls Rousehold Magazine. T1.1-arltntrm Ne*s & Courier. Mr..-il's Card.. .Wn sFpeek'-s -Local . ,otiing-l- & Wv. c. S%affild. LMter from Possuml Hollow will be insert ed next week John F. Speck. is receiving a large stock of W:ehe.', Jewelry and Silver Ware. utonUI c~alled to Messrs. R. & W. C. Swaffleld's nev card. Their house is bne of thetIn the, State, their stoek always bt sigkepj up to the highest standard. All gpods,.of le-. quality, warranted and at reasonable prives. it. ASOTIER PEPAr!TURE.-We regret that or town has lot anotLer onc of its yotung ej6mes, Mr. J. D. Pelor, who left here on Monday for Acton,26 miles above Columbia. on the iW. C. & A. . It , to eater upon the important daties of assistant agent on the road named. W ewish him success in his N omited mention in last issu...

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. — 3 September 1873

THE JACQUES STUMP EX TRACTOR. For many years, indeed as long as the clearing of forest land for agricultural purposes has been necessary, (and this period dates anterior to the days of Co lumbus,) thegreat difficultyin clearing has been to get rid of the stump or root of the tree which. remained in the ground after the tree was felled and converted into the thousand and one uses for which the timber was neces sary. . In such land, interlayed with roots and stumps, the modem improve ments in agricultural implements could not be made use of, and in these days when all sueh labor-saving ma chines are most essential to the thriv ing farmer or Rlanter, he must first look to the radical clearing of his land. Oar enterprising fellow-citizen and mastermechanic. Mr. James M. Eason, has given this subject much of his at tention of late, and has been so success ful as to invent a very simple machine which has been illustrated and describ ed ih the December number of the Ru ral Carolinian but w...

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. — 10 September 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1873. No. 36 THE H-ERALD 18 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newbiiy C. I., BY THOS, P. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, $2.40 per* .lnnum Invariably in Advance. - Th4-paper Is stopped at the expiratifn of time for which it is-paid. Eg7 The , mark denotes expiration of sub T#* O XMAN IN THE MOD EL CHURCH. Y Jon% t. YATES. Well, wife, I've found the model church! I worshiped there to-day ! It made me think of good old times before my hair was gray. The meeting-house was fixed up more than .they Vere years ago, Batvdee felt hen I wen in, it wasn't nlt-ifo show. The sexton didiN't seat nie aiway back by the door He kuew that I was old and deaf, as well as o14-and poor. Heiat iare been a Christian, for he led me through The long aisle of thatp crowded church to find a place and pew. I wish you'd heard that-singin'! it had the old time ring: The preacher stid, .with truupet-voice, "Let-all the people sing ;" The tune was "Coronation,"...

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. — 10 September 1873

Wednesday, eptember 10, 873. We give much of our space this week to. the' remarks made at the late memorial meeting, and in consequence have to forego much of the usual va riety. The Referee. We are pleased to notice the en largement of the Charleston Referee, in an increase of four columns, with a new and neat heading, and a general improvement in appearance. It tells its own tale-the Referee is looking up in the world, and its cditor and proprietor, Mr. F. Eugene Durbec, is swimming on a successful tide. The Laurensville Herald says that a negro. named John Benjamin, on the 20th ult., shot and killed 1som Hen derson, while hunting for another negro whom it was his purpose to kill. The same paper says, Miss Moore, alluded to last week. as being injured by lightning, died from the wound. At the same time four head of fine cattle were killed by lightning, and a Mr. C. Fowler severely injured. And melancholy to relate further, our poor friend, Tom, says that there is not a pound of cu...

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. — 10 September 1873

Special and Local. Niw ADVETIsExENTs. ., U. Marshall-Poetry and prose. Executors-otice-CoLFair's estate. Sheriff's Sale. - To Rent-By Mrs. Mower.. Piles Cured-By Dr. Clopton. Petition for. Partition-C. Lark, Probate Judge, Laurens. Ra.y-The Wise settlement experienced last Thursday the heaviest fall of rain in twenty years. A single smal creek raised Saluda River six feet in the short space of at hour. A heavy rain fell here on Sunday night. We are having too much rain foi cotton, since it is opening so rapidly. For the gkeatest variety of Housekeeping articles, the visitor to Columbia is invited to visit.the store of Mess~rs. Kingsland & Heath, under the Columbia Hotel. No better, larger or more varied stock of China, Crockery, Glass, Wood, Willow, Tin, br Stove Ware can be found. Their assortment of orna mental goods is large and beautiful. It. PILES CURED.--All persons siffering from piles are advised to read the card of Dr. Clopton in this paper. In addition to the testimoni...

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. — 10 September 1873

rM, arbtn HOW TO BRING UP FERTIL ITY ON EXHAUSTED LANDS. In Connecticut, especially, it is said the soil is run down to the lowest pov erty. Inquiries are frequent respec ting the. means to regain the plant food; and numerous varied methods recoinuicnded; but some would cost more than buying good soil; others ivould lose the purchaser any benefit for two or three years, and the grow ing of clover, the favorite idea now, cannot be of much use to plow in. be cause even with plaster, ashes, &c., to start there is no stamina to produce any quantity. In England it is the usual and almost universal practice to fetch up any light soil which has been exhausted, by using the most reliable fertilizers for roots and eating them on the ground with sheep, which to fur ther enrich their droppings, they will feed with grain;but the consumption of roots in this way is not understood in America, and New England climate would only permit of its being done in the autumn ; and as sheep and hurdles ...

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. — 17 September 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNIMN, SEPTEMBER 17, 1873. No. 37 THEHERALD IS 1UBLIs5ED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry.C. 1., BY TP(A F. GRNEKER, Editor andProprietor. Terms, $2.50 per .hnum, Invariably in Advance. -YThdpper is stopped at the expirat n of time for watch It is paid. 2 :it The X mark denotes expiration of sub acription' C'IRCE. You hold my heart in your slender hands, In your cold, sour cruel, careless hanils, In your beautiful hainds, fanned by a breath Like the breath of tie rose, it is dying its death; In your beautiful hands with their glitter of rings, Each ring a trophy that scornfully sings Of other hearts that have lain like aine On your cruelly beautiful, pitiless shrine: Of other hearts that have gone to their death, Swooned to sleep by that sweet, sweet breath, That breath of the rose that conies and goes As the smiling, beautiful lips unclose. When night after night down dizzying dan c-es They follow and follow your dazzling glan es, Widle round and rouhd by 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. — 17 September 1873

A A POHNN. Wednesday, September 17, 18M'. Cross Keys Township in Union County, has been severely affected with Meningitis and Bilious Fever. Several deaths have occurred, and few families have escaped sickness. Proprietary Change. The last issue of the Anderson Con servator contains the -viledictory of Messrs. Brown & Haynie, who have sold their interest to Messrs. Murray, McGill & Langston. We wish those who have just thrown off the respon sibilities of journalistic life, as well as the gentlemen now assuming them, all possible success. The Cotton Crop. The New York inancial Chroni cle estimates the crop of 1872-73 at 3,930,508, against 2,970,000 of the year before, while the growing crop it is estimated will be nearly equal to the last. The estimate as to the present ciop is but an approximate surmise. The fluctuations in the crop as shown year by year are sufficient to set at naught any nice calculation as to what the crop will be. We have received the first copy of the W...

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. — 17 September 1873

Special aud Local. Nhw ADvERTIsEMENTS. Council Ordinance. Land for Sale. Piano for Sale. Sherit's Sale. Barbecue. &c. Fish on Saturday. Special-Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma Chine._ Special -New Goods at McFall & Pool's. Dissolution of Partnership-Dickert & .Hipp. New Goods-Thos. Cook. Dissolution of Partnersip-W a Ike r & Forde. Concert-Prof. Schmitt. Marble Yard-L. BE. Speers. No more credit--A. M. Wicker. HAY.-Now's the time to cut hay for win ter use. It is better than Northern hay. Try it. RELIGIOUS.-On the 28th of this month, the rite of Confirmation will be administered in the Episcopal Church, by Bishop Howe. CONcERT.-If you want to hear some good music, attend Prof. Schmitt and daughter's Concert, Tuesday night, the 16th, at the Hotel. The friends of Mr. C. F. Jackson, Dry Goods merchant of Columbia, will be pleas ed to know that he is already in receipt of fall goods. it. Tu DEBATING CLUB.-Business prevent ed.our atten'dance at the debate on Monday 4niit, ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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