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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 September 1873

~EArm, ErJken~4 On5tjl0 4-HEIMISTRY AND AGRICUL TURE. It is rQanifestly an error to suppose that the service which chemistry is ca pable of performing for agriculture is mainly conafined to soil analysis. This is the most uncertain and perplexing work which the chemist is called to perforw, and we may add, the practical .difficulties are so great in the work, that th 0results are usually not very satis factory. Let us examine these difficul ties, for a moment, or endeavor to bring them inre directly to the attention. If a given soil is valuable from the amount of nitrogen, phosphoric acid, and potash which it contains it is im portant that the amounts should be asu rately ascertained. Now good, arable, fertile soils will usually contain only .002 of their dry weight of the two first of these substances, and about double the quantity of potash. It is evident the fertilizing principles are present only as mere traces, but if an alysis is worth anything it must detect and correctly wei...

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. — 24 September 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1873. No. 38. THE HERALD 1S.Z7UMMISBD EVERY WEDNESDAY MOlNING, At Newberry C. H., BY THO. F. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprietor. e es, $2.A0 per sinntens, javariably in Advanoe. Th, l1w paper is stoped at the expiration of we for which it is . a7 The X mark denotes expiration of sub scription. THE INSURANCE AGENT. Twas a life insurance agent-one of the modern sLyle, With brassy cheek and fluent tongue and aggravatirrg smile Thut persecuted Abner Brown, and eke in flamed his bile. This agent- followed Abner like a sleuth hound on the scent, And man%ged to encounter him wherever Abner went; Till Abner fell into a state of chronic dis -conteet. He used to corner Abner, and hang right on and bore, Until, in desperation, the di.gusted Abner swore; Their thecalmly smiling agent would Abner bore some more. In vain he strove that agent's visitations to avoid, And he realized that, if he would no longer be annoyed, That pestilential agent must be speedi...

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. — 24 September 1873

A IWifAY $. C. Wedn*day geptembep 4, 183. Black ariday. The financial affairs of the United States have marked in the Calendar a notorious date : Black Friday. The 19th of September. 1873, approaches very closely to that well marked and well remembered period. Wall Street has Pain been turned topsy turvy, and the banking interests and stocks of every description have been generally unsettled. Many of the most promi nent hoises in New York, Philadel phia, and other Northern cities, have either suspended or utterly failed. The telegrams are too meagre for us to form a conjeetare as to -the cau'se of these failures, but we know enough to feel satisfied that unless the Govern ment of the Tnited States becomes a purchaser to the tune of about ten millions of dollari worth of stocks, the money market of the country must reach a depression that will amount almost to a panic. . We of course are so far off,that very few will be affected directly by an unfavorable financial condition in the N...

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. — 24 September 1873

Special and Local. Sheriff's Sale. Petition for Partition-Cullen Lark, Judge Probate, Laurens, 4as( Wasaing-McFall & Pool. '.. Shiver-nteresting Specials. .. W. Wilson & Co.-Large Stock New Goods. Lovelace & Wheeler-Something for every body. R. & W. C. Swaffield-Clothing, Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods. Dr. S. F. Fant-Superior Cutlery. H. & 3. Beard-Auction & Commission. J. C. Smith-Estate Notice. L. It. Marshall-Fish, Shrimps, Devilled Crabs. Sesh.W. Rowle & Sons-Iron in the Blood. . F Phifer-Shoes, Clothing & Hats. Just received at R. C. Shiver & Co.'s the first new goods of the season, for fall and winter, cheaper than ever before. 38-tf. Sosi;or TREERANCE TAXX NOTICE. The hbar for meefing on next Tdesday night will be seven o'clock P. M., and from that that until the 20th of March, in aceordance with By-Law. JAMES PACK.ER, W. P. Joxy F. SrznnxA, R. S. TaE OL DEBT.-We have 4 un furni,hed from Cap. Jesse Smith's office tne following figums:up to t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 September 1873

HINTS ON IMAKING HAY. As the time approaches in some lo. calities when the farmer must coi mence haying, I have a few remarks to make on the subject. As far as my knowledge extends in hay making,.the cou,mwon red clover is first on the list, and here let me state that it has no rival, in my opinion, if properly handled, and I will give my' ideas as to the proper imauner of secur ing it. Cut it whea in full bloom, put it in cocks same day it is cut, of about 75 lbs. each, let it remain till the fol lowing afternoon, then haul in with out opening and spread it about in your barn as much as you can over the floor, on the mow &e., do not leave it over a foot thick any where. If you have more than you can dis pose of in this way leave a load on the wagon over night, and let it sweat there. If you have straw, mix about one third sti-w in alternate layers as youfillthemow. thestraw will absorb the mnisture from hay and improve the .quality of the straw. When the sev eral parcels become...

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. — 1 October 1873

-----....... Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1873. 9 TH E f E R A'L EVERY WEDNESDAY MOlNING,. $ NewbErry . H., BY TH9.S, P.ORKNEKER, Editor idNprlqtor. '1ers', *%.56 p-er a4#0us, Iuvarlably in Advance. LnfThe paper is atopped at the expiration of *JJ%4 (Sir wtielb !t)x paid re ialk denotes expiration of sub mcripitlon YAOTH'IER'M BROYM. Yes, I know there are stains on my carpet The trace of small, muddy boots, And I see your fair tapestry, glowing, All spotless with blossoms and fruits I And I know thfat my walls are disfigured With prints of aniall lingers and hands, And I see that your own household white ness All fresh ii Its purity Statl. Yes, I know my "black walnut" Is battered, And dented by iny small heels, While your own polislied stairway, all per. IIect, Its simooti, slining surface revealst And I know that my parlor Is littered With Imlauy old treasures and toys, While your own is lit the daintest order Ulinlanied by the premece of boys I A nd I kitow that my room...

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. — 1 October 1873

Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1873. No. KVERLY WEDNESDAY MORINING,. At kewberry C 11. BY THO. F, GRENEKER, Ltditor 4id 1aPoprletor. fierM $.5 iieii a4#e4hI , Invariably in Advance. /- 'Tie paper Is sto ed at tle expiration of nke for widob i0 a a. a'j- 'Flie > tnai-k denotes expiration of sub *orlj.tiuu. Yegs, I knon there are staiis on my carpet Tie race of smnal, muuldy boots, And I see your fair tapestry, glowing, All spotless witl blossolns and fruits I And I know that ny walls are disfigured With prints of small fingers and hands, And I soc that your own household white nlees All fresh II Its purity stanli9. Yts, I know my "black walnut" is battered, And dented by many small heels, While your own polished stairway, all per. feet, Its smnoth, shiinig surface revealel And I know that my parlor is littered Wilh mlauy odd treasures and toys, While your own i; ill the daintest order Unharmaed by the presence of boys! And I know that my room is invaded Quito boldly all ho...

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. — 1 October 1873

Wednesday, Oc ep 1, 18Y3. The Scientifie American. The "Inier;or" says of this paper: "It is worth to the man of commou seh->l education, twice over more than any rival journAl in the Jnited States. .and it will teach no man to despise the English Language, or to regard less the pursuit of knowledge-for its own sake, and what it will bring." We heartily endorse this just tribute of praise to one'of the best and most in structive papers published. Williamston Female College. The third Collegiate year of this Institution opens on the 6th of Octo ber, and under flattering circumstan ces, as the new College extension is rapidly approaching completion, which with the facilities for accommodation of a much larger number of students. additional room for recitations, a com modious chapel room, and a conven ient library room, etc., will make Wil liamston second to no other College in the State. We learn that the new chapel is expected to be ready for dedi cation on the 19th of November, a...

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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. — 1 October 1873

speelal umd. Leeal. NEW A.DERIF8sExENTs. M/.-Foot-arg Stock % tal and winter goods. T. F. Harmon-Plantation supplies, family groceries, anil fancy goods. P. W. & R. S. Cjucx-New stock of Dry Goods. Southern & Bramlette-Exchange House, Columbia. C. F. Jackson-Cash at a premium-Co lumbia Dry Goods House. County Comn%issioners-Report of Expen ditures. L. R., Xarshall-Frest. Fish and other A. M. Riser-Photograph Gallery, Colum bia. . W. ff. Harris-Repairer and Maker of Fur niture, &c. Prof. Schmitt-Concert. Lovelace & Wheeler--Bringin your Cotton. Just received at R. C. Shiver & Co.'s the first new goods of- the season, for fall and winter, cbeaper than ever before. 38-tf. Mr W. R. Harris, it will be seen by refer e to card, has oponed a Cabinet work shop, for the making and repairing of fur niturm'stocking of guns, &c. He is a skillful workman and full of inventive genius. Give him work. ArrTzriox is called to the card of Mr. A. E Jaser.who Is prepared to execut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 October 1873

WHY DO CROPS FAIL? It is so generally attributed to the seasons that oftell the chi.!f cause of the filure of crops is ovurlookud, and therefore the,reiedy is not applied. d the-ds" ae cause-the hai cultute --is continued. andtlhe faiilure of the crops continue being. attriluted to the over-wet seasoin or tho drought, or ld. &e. There so lailic goid .t'lse. and so much which- accord. vith';ur views in the folkwing, -that We loake extrats from wn elitorial in a recent nuimb.1er of that excellent .agri e-iltural weekly, the California 1-ar mer: - "If a careful exaintintion Oe made in any district where so much is said of the loss-of the crops, it will be found as we,have always said to result more f6m the fault-of the system of culture than of the seasou. "What we say is the result of years of study and examination of the mat ter, Lands impoverished, lands poor ly plowed, lands late planted, land im proper in the character of the soil f,\1 the crop planted upon it, these are th ca...

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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. — 8 October 1873

T .DVRTIH-!E'RATES. T ER lALDI per Aqure-oine mh- foirstd iserati ori a 7. ra sabsequent insertion. Double EV R F. ~ S A -lM G column~ advertisements ten per cent on above. EERY WEDNESDA Y MORN ING, Ntcso etne btaisadtiue C.E -., - . d i ( u Special notices in local column 20 cents C. I[.P A prlie BY THOS. F. GRENEKERO ""1 Editorr of insertions will be kept in till forbid -f-,and charged accordingly. __________ __________ _____ _____ _____ ____ _____ _____ _ --.----- -~- - - -Special contractspeci.zmaderawithadewi rgearge vere - ~ ~ ___ --_ ___ _ ________tisers. w thi liberal deducious on above rates. . ri. Bob.- vole WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 84_- -f4w--. __ _-------- -.--- -.-~~---71 _ OCTOBER. There comes a month in the weary year m1oth oeiusre and healthfal re-t; W heu the ripe efve. falk and the air ' clear ,,teb': Ae%r4o, the crisp, the bleAl MyfAe hiisc 4gA of bliss; I drag the days of odd eleven, - 2iuai.h,We titne that sle4d. to thi .The aotth iM opens the hunter's-h'eal e...

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. — 8 October 1873

Wadneday: Oder 8, 1873. Death of Cl. Robert Moorman. With saddest feelings we record the death of Col. R. Mourman, which event occurred at his residence on las Sabbath; just as the bells were chim ing for morning service. It was one of the hours that he most loved, and ,hich dui-ing a long life of christian experieuce, was never [eected-and now it the close of his probation, wxhile ths.hdll ' 'Uging - out - th summons for the .li. .ng to. enter th church below, his spirit freed from its earthly tenement winged its flight to the great Church above. He died unconscious, and to all appearance the familiar and loved sound did not reach his dulled ears. A good man has fallen, an eminent and loved citizen iis no more; a pillar of strength is taken from the elurch, a family is bereaved. and a community suffers a great loss. No better man, more'eoDscientious, o more identified with the social, politi cal and religious interests of Ne wber ry ever lived, and we sorrow not with common sorrow,...

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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. — 8 October 1873

Special and Local. XE 'ADYSItTISEXKT. Nsw Av rsaEXTS. W. B. Wigeman-rRes1iget Phograher. T Eeentor's si d land. W. T. Wright-Stoves, Tin-ware. Grad Tournament at Chinquepin. L'tEah1rstsrving. J. .-Speek-Segars, Candy, Fruits. &c. L. H..Reds-Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines. Brohqr Jonathan Publishing Company. Mr. L. G. S. MidAleton, formerly of Char leston, and tire req t of - berry, died on 1e Ay morning, 'about 2 14A 'o" eouted at Mr. MeD. Metts' residence, this morning, Wi6tIdy, at 9 o'elock, by the Rev. E. . Miles. His friends and acquaintances, and the pegesarlly, are invited to attend. Tu:" RSCRD.-Up to time of clos ing his 'ooks, Capt. Smith, Clerk of Court, says the amount of claims registered reached the sum of $21,496 71. DsATms.-A little child of Mr. Saber's died on Toesday night last, at Helena. At Behks, on Friday the 3d, Mrs. Price, wi*e-ofMr. Thos. Price. The remains of the decased were conveyed to Columbia on Sat urd f&r interment. - We learn that a child...

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. — 8 October 1873

afm rbtn t "Stbol& F.ATTENING ANIXALN GRA.D UALLY. Every farmer who makes the feed ing of animals an important part of his business ought to know that their unremitting gowth is the only true an4 successful way of treating them. This is the course which the most -u cessful pork-raisers pursue in feedin. their hogs regularly and fully, through Winter and Summer, till they are suffi ciently fat in the Autumn. Many in telligens persons are aceustomed tu suppose that poor animals may, in a short time. be changed into iat ones by stuffinl' them with rich food. The more food thev can make them take ia a day or a week the quicker they sup pose they will become fat and tit for; the market. But this is a false opinion, as experiments clearly show. The over-feeding is always wasteful; for af ter the animals gain but little fat., and the owners begin to think that the fattening of thein for market ii an unprotabler business. An owner my, withhold the proper quantity of foodl, from his hogs...

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. — 15 October 1873

IADVERTISINC RATES. THE HERALD tire IS PUBLISHED 7 .or each subsequent insertion. Double - - c u advertisemnu.nts ten per cent on above. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNFNG, -b I I of respeer, same rates per square as ordinary At Newberry C. U., advertents. -YT~ .O~NKR Special notices in local columnn 20 cents -BY TH09.6' HRENERdI o ee Advertisements not marked with the numn Editor and Proprietor. ber of insertions will be kept in till forbid Terms, $2.50 per Jnnum, adcagaacrigr Term, $.50per.flnu- - - - - - - - -- - -- - -__-- -- -. . . ..Special contracts mq~de with large adver Invariably -in Advance.__________ Inaibl.nAdac.- - .. .. -. - ~___ .-..-.-. .---- ..- -.-.-- - _---_ _ _ -_________ - .. : tisers, with liberal deductious on aboverats. s,Teper i8 stopped at the expiration of pmr Te,hl mark denotes expirt io W EDNESDAY ofRNING bC-Tr as scripti-- -ir --- -- -- --- _ - --- --- - - - - - - - cttrp. MEANING OF 'FEMININE NAM ES. -1 Frances is truly, fair, Bertha is purely bright, Clara is c...

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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. — 15 October 1873

__r ___r e. r Wednesday, Octpber 1 18?3. Enlargement or the Herald. With much pleasure we announce to the readers of the HYERALD, that after one more issue in its present size, the paper will appear in a larger form and much more iwproved in ap pearance. It will contain ThIRTY SIX COLUMNS, TWENTY-FIVE INCrHES IN LENGTH, instead of thirty-two col uans of twenty-two inches, thereby having a capacity of over EIGHT COLUMNS MoRE than it now has. The question may be asked why this increased size, and outlay-for of course it will involve much expense to which we answer, to make the Newberry HERALD second to no coun ty paper in the State, and more _worthy of the patronage of the people of Newberry, and one which they will be proud of, and more eagerly look for. It is true the panic has nearly taken the little wind out of our sails, left in them by the hard summer through which we have passed, but we have had the matter in contemplation for some tine; it is a hobby,. too, tc place the HERALD...

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. — 15 October 1873

Special and Local. LEGAL XoncEs.-Persons having claims against th'elesate of George Morris, are re quired to present them before the twentieth .f October, and all persons indebted will make payment to Thos. R. Morris, adm'r. In pursuaice of an order by His Honor, X. Moses, Judge of the Seventh Circuit, in the case.of Ana E. 13oinest vs. J. S; Sligh, and* others, ..all persons having demands against the estate of Thaddeus S. Boi nest, dec'd, aie required to render in and establish such detuands on oath, before the nnersigned, on or before the first day of December, 1873. Jesse C. Smith, Special Referee. By order of the Probate Judge, Albert G. Maybin, Adm'r., &c., of Abraham Wicker, dee'd., Daniel Wkker. Christian Wicker, Elias Wicker, Rosannah Morris. Aggy Cro mer, Barbara Hall, Peter Wicker, Margaret llutchison, Elizabeth Lever, Anna Bi.hop and Ptebecca Frick-, are required to appear in Probate Court on the 20th day after date, for cause exhibited by Jas. Gauntt, adm'r., of Lan...

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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. — 15 October 1873

TIE 1IPROVING AGRICUL TURE OF THE SOUTH. The Texas Farmer says: Agriculture is making such rapid ad vances in this State, that two years ago there was scarcely an agricultural soci ety in the -State. Now, th.re are some forty organized, and others in progress of formation. In Georgia, the empire State of the South, there are more farmers who have studied theh.emistry of manures, and who understand the economical application of it to the soil. than there is iv any one of the old free States at this time. The great revolution from slave to free labor, so far from discouraging the Southern farmer, has only shaken him up from his lethargy, and compelled him to be energetic, self-reliant, and wilhng to learn everything that can aid his farming under the new re gime. I have just received a pamphet con taining the premium list of the fair of the Georgia Agricultural Soci.-ty, to be held at Macon on the 16th. 17th, and-18th of November next, it also 'oitains tle proceedings of the con venti...

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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. — 22 October 1873

Fl E E RA1.0ADVERTISINC RATES. TRE H ERALD IAdv'ertisements inserted at the rate of $1.00 IS PUBLISREI> FVRRY WEDYESDAY MORNING, counAvrismnAtnpr enaoe A.4Notices of nieetings, obituaries and tribute ofrespet, sae rates per square as ordinary $192~ r1 ARAcsI oa on.2 et Editorad iseents t arke th the P pc ernas, $2.5 per almum,-ndSciare corsdi il r he i p d at m ex p iration of t , td e t h b e s._ Vol. IX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1873. L ae r MArkdenotft expitIono Ters Cand is ecriptiuu. .___ ---4 . SONG OF TIIE OMNIBUS HORSE. Te ni;bt is bo:h cheerless and cold Lamahilled by the fierce, driving rain; I'ni weary, and dreary, and old, And I sink-fromi exhaustion aj,d pain. .M shoes ase HI-fitting and worn, 3yi driver is brutal and cro!s, Xy -trength and endurance are gone I at ,nly an omnibus horse! I-land at the theatre door Ihng after the'end of the show; I'm lashd till ny withers are sore, And urged through the sleet and tl.e Snow, I'n harnessed before the day breaks, My...

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. — 22 October 1873

TH3E A A"L FALL hsE1ED-1ING TO GR.ASS. We have freque_n;y referrefl ii:cl dentlly to the practice sdn grass !.ands in Uhe :d!. Lu: I: ), er, we believe, !Uven or r : s fr our prefene for fal 'v! r pring s owing. To start with W, we ar in this followingi nature. wh. s .ws a1l her sceds in the fall. But w: y lv me-ans consider this a o::;l iVQ arLument in favor of t1is se.:o. for it is welli known that . a t',iA . if inde d a hundredth p:irt of the seed l-which f 1,- tie cIL> fri:a the paren t I plant at in: turity ever produul a plant. o ,'.t tlh. m .-t e it reaso I. .1nld the One whi :i first b o t..ht us into the position, i!, that in thle iwU or three months intervening between the heats of summer and the time wheni the land is so locked up by cold as to put a stop to the growth of all ve.etation, we frequently have a coiUniation of circumstances the miost favoral!e fur 1 the growth of young grass. Tie rains and long cool nights of September and October give the young plants a ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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