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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 December 1873

18 P'UBLISHED. EVElY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry 0. H., BY TH S. F. REKIR, Editor and Proprietor. Teain's,$evoted to $.ite tll Aerl.n InvAriably in Advauce. t00- Th p aper I at the expiration of t i n s o 1or w b i u i1it i a i l u i t i .o'r T lg - i .-i .XT 1gI L. X A I 4 1 I i r U1ui-1 so1h0 mark detotes expiration of sub- Vol. IXQ W D D NC. I w=1=0M1 nMOM etda tert o 10 eri e 9 erti rti - - -. en-per cent- on-above From the Urooklyn Daily Argus. THE 1ALL OF TIlE LEAVES. BY HlENRY J. VAN DYKE, JR. WAITING. II Easten pomp, with banners streaming, Tito emnbattled hosts of Autumn stood: I saw their gold and scarlet gleaming From every lill-sl.t, every wood. There came a miIst from out the sea: It spread far Inland from the coast, Till all tcle landscape, silontly, Within its dripping folds Wvs lost. All day the heavy clouds were drifted Froin hill to ]till, with slanting rain; Aksunset for a space they lifted. Wita drusk they settled down again. TiH ONSEr. iAt dark the winds beg...

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 December 1873

IR EWTjt,8 C -%DAY, DEC. 3, 1873. APEPFOR TH Th inh EOPLE. rx; t -t ru 8X*jt tIltQ)1jr rftA. 11 A'rnh- or Mi )y an a n Or ~Qrzj~, Ir4 tIa 0" Fellow,e Rai. ve a ball and - }i, . t. inst the proceeds to: aPuAed for the beefit of the , an orphans of a eecersrs. channe Of, Sehedul .e. We notice that on the 25th ultimo a change was made in the Schedal of the Spartanburg and Union I. -lereafter the cars will start from Spartanburg at Qi o'clock A. M., and returnin- will arrive at 71 P. kviagc Aktouat I P. m. Editoriai Change. e notice that C l. john I. Eis has retired fro!U the editorial chair of 01( Clrolina Si(rtan, and that the control of the paper is assumed by - T. Stobo Farrow. While we re gret t. absence of the accomplished retiring editor, we are pleased to see that the Spartan has fallen into no unworthy bands. Mr. S. Uruber. We observe in the Statesville Amer. ica.,2, of Statesville, N. C.,avery com4. Pli:neatary notice of a musical enter. t:unment given in that place by our fri...

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 December 1873

-Spv eiaI anad0. Co LntBII, Nov. 25 h, 187d TheAjerM"H .a" is hereby d -si natela #EVt pg-I'Ved Icbrua;I 22d, 190. entitled "An Act to reguNate the publi AoDiu g143 otices and Offic'al Ad usigniant," as the ne -vspaper fr the .ab Seifosi of aLegail Notices and Ofeiial Ad vertisements for the -County of Newherry, 'mIbfd=er ordr o-t(he -Boark desigua t rohiProgssive Age" as the ofMcial new4u ter, iS hereby revoked. B3yeer of the Board. l 4-' --E. E. HAYN"2 - sreary afState and Secretary of the Board. STATE OF SOU fn CAROL1A, O"Z SLCrZTAXRY OF S-ATE. I, H. E. AyxE, Secretary of State, do Aegeby CertiVy that thc foregoin- i a true ad iorrect copy of the ori.i-ar, now on file a this oee - I- E. HAYNE, Secretary of State. I wia-be seen by the above notica that the NVrbery Hxmin has been designated as the oge al Ne'ispaerfor the publication of an L-gaVoies and Advertisements, taking d.tic from. thie 25tb of Novembei ultimo, and al p'ties" ill be governed accordingly. Dec. 3. 1873-48-tf. - ...

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 December 1873

DE IY FO]r TIE ET ('A OW'S UDDER. ows frequently have so siiht touch of the garget that their proprie tors do not always observe the fact.-. A !ei.hIbor's cow, during the past sea S'n, was affected with the garaet. so that her u.ilk was full of small and hard lumps of milk. But they did tot observe it until the difficulty w,s poimted out to them. L. B. Arn(Ad -Cretary of the American Dairvmeny Associaton, says :-Garet maye cured if takeu in season. To rednee the swelling and lumps in the udder if any exist, rub the swollen pari6 twice a day, till they disappear, with a liniment made by mixinrg one-hal ounce of oil of turpentine and one-half Ounce of liquor of ammonia with a half pint of linseed oil. This will rc move them if anything will. The ap pearance of blood in the strippings is an Cvidunce of weakness in the lacteal glands. They are too much debilita ted to hold the lood they take up long enough to elaborate it into milk. when the milk alrea,ly formed is re moved, and ceases ...

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 December 1873

HIE ASINC RATES. IS PUBLISREDSpeat n C 2te22 NVERY WEDNESAY MORNING, r nn herly ten.ptracent tn abr a . 5 0fd es. flo.ces NEalER fA Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, 3riscellanyar V-.P 2muf Pa s -"w-teL auao k fw Fiiisp . -7 utitt epmin fsb!VoL. IX W DNESDAY MORNTING, DECEM E 10183No49 sac. THE SNOW.BIRDS. lbe lonesome graveyard lieth, A'dep w& sient waves Of uight-long snow, all white, and biUo Omgiges. The snow-birds come In the morning, Flocking and Sattering low, ad light on the graveyard baMb:es. Amit there in the snow. bwm-nd weary, Looks out from his narrow Noos: "AA, me! but my thoughts are snow-bird 1launting a graveyard gloom, "Where all tir .. these many year U~ e! Kd te7esft ' Of fruzen falls of tom vind! Inwt Summer, r sn. u"ER'owers fair, Only* . 2 t anbjte. And graves, and Winter air!" The HobkPy on the TlPunpi --0 "Liszie, do run to the wind( nsee if ou can tell who thal goin' down the lane that leads Depon Palmer's." "I believe," replied Lizzie, "t] it is...

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 December 1873

foe copy from the and Courier tb, owng1 synlopsis of Presider. Grert, sage to Congress. Therese vO inous and req -ir e s ver to read it in t e one hour and 1"fr t rea i intheUose. It is geeall, regarded the best one the Presidisgen bent to cotlleess: t nt has e-e The State of the Nation, A'X'VCAL 31ESSAGE or~ CON.-GP.Ess.-Ta TRE PREsIDEXT ' BEnNS-EENT OF TH Sn-LAVgny .N -'=' ST. DOMING1 L . C Un-k-% 0 U T 1 p,p ctA0PTI. c3MIJU -Lk.r-E nEcoMENDD. XE BANKRUPT n~QX1DED. nts DeeON, cember 2.-The Pres msa g eer as read to-day. It open 41a refeact to the lacilcis b movement, and the Virgiis mat tion, an.! is lk ,s itu Coure of ne,o:i yranged !-.-ytto >e amic ably and h 'ono Doiion w It wa:s to t he Viena e Soth Und to thee art :edSae;to thc recePtion the Weste,n ambassadors by the ceton a "na, and to the need of further legiSlatio s sup press the coolie trade. It recommen U Comission for the purpose Of cOmierin and determining the amount to be Paid fo -us,es caused by the Cof e pad S t...

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 December 1873

~ SpeciT and Loca. 3 N 08IUT CA 0LINAA * NCor EB , 'N Uo .25.h, 1873. The Newberry "HRaaL' i, herl>v d"ri. Dated nad>tha Art approved FAbru'ary.22.1. i 1870. endMl' tn et jo regulate the publi e.4ion of all Legal Not ce atnd Official Ad. vertisements," as the ne % spaper f*w the pub- V liemtlon of-A Legal Notices and Offi,ial Ad- i vertiemts for tie County of Newberry, and Utie former order or the Unr.l, desigrna- e ting the *'Progre4sive Age" as the offici.JI newspaper, is hereby revoked. By order of the Board. H. E. HAYNE, Secretary of State and Secretary of the Board. STATEOF SOU rH CAROLINA, OFnibESECRETART OF STATE V I, 11. E. ITAYNE, Secretary of State, do hereby certify that the foregoing i. a true and correct copy of the original, now on file n in this offee. H. E. HAYNE. Secretary of State. - - hi It will be seen by the above notice that the tj Newberry HRIALD ha; been des'ignated as the offeial Newepper for the publication of I all L-gal Noice- and Adve-tisemente, ta...

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 December 1873

SEED CON One grea't evil in seeding time is that, when all is ready for planting and the farmer goes to his crib to pick out his seed, he suddenly becomes suspicious that it will not grow. Nev ertheless, the field cannot wait ; -the 1>e*st is selected and planted, and he trusts to luck. Whncorn ripens upon the stalk perfectly, before the advent of frosty nights, and thereafter placed in nar r:.w cribs secure from wet, it will e artainly grow, if properly planted in the proper season ; but this perfect ni pening does not unusually occur. T1he seasons of 1871 and 1872 have been remarkable for the perfect ripen ing of corn throughout the West. Consequently there have been ud complaints about corn rottening in the .gramnd when properly planted. The piresnt sevson, a vast amount of the corn raised in the West is imperfectly rip)ened. That is, there is more or less so,ft andl shriveled corn iu the field.. We may expect complaints, next ses~ son, if seed bie taken for planting fromn suc...

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 December 1873

A. Family Comnion, DevOted to Litertuir,3fiseelhmy, News, A ricuiltulre, 1harets, &. Vol. IX. WEIDNESD"AY MO8NN, DECEMBER 17, 187. TH E HERALD; IS PUBLISHED EVE.Y WEDNESDAY MOIINING, At Newberry C. K., BY THOL. Pr GRENPER, EdiLor and Proprietor. Teraai, S2.50 per i*&nuI . nvariaby in Advar-ce. The paper if stop:ed at the expiration of titte for which it is piid. -he w mark denotes expiration of sub 1N ). E.1If tIA M. Con to ti*e quiet laj!! to :ranquil bowers, AV.ere Mdoow those unfading nystieal flow The hilies pure, whose fragrance like a pr:.yer, Wiith tender sweetuess fills this twilight air, W here a sea of chrysol-te. -o a aulass, To :hee pictures all earth's scenes as they pass, Tct its fleeting griefs, and the tears that are shed, Stir not the repose of the Loly dead; F-pr th.ev 'i :heir dee:p imnybterious rest Sharc ;u God's knowledge, aud so are lest. Years p.is to thee as "a watch in the ni;lt;' Beyond shadows and darkness thou seest the light, And, knowing the ei...

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 December 1873

12e Ileral THos. F, GRENEKER, EDITOR. IUB- JONES, A S T Earrox NEWHERRY, S. Wi 3D\SDAy DEC. 17 1873 PAPER FOR THE I'EOPLE iv let icy inepctFm rh Of e oI f tIe the material in. S a eXten)lj"-n. the n-it og m ily- and a Lr 11 11r.t Wa l1e4 ad. uilromd ConvetUol 01n thle Ilih of eete 1thinst., a large liumber o delegates fronm many of the upper eI unties and also from North Ca ma, Georgia, Kentucky and Chicago met at. the Ciaiaber of CoIlerce Sarleto, to consider the plan of nnect ingr Charleston with Chicago -y railroad. The meeting was spirit ed, and addresses were delivered by en M. C. Butler, Col. F. StAbo Far row, Col. C. 1- Simonton, Gen. W. G. l)eSaussure, col. Rutledge, Col. Hurl. burt, i-on. G. Cannon and others deoniostrating the practicability, the econolly and the importance of the proposed railroa. This is a good movement. A direct connection with the great depot of the Northwvst would be of immense ad vantage to this State. Sucees attend it. I uu igiraition. The subject o...

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 December 1873

Special and Local. Cash in Adivanee. 'From a:d af!er this da-e oar .erm< ror A.1 vertising. Job Work and Subseciptions'will be strictly cash iu advance. Sub-criprini% as t!aey expire will not be continued unless renewed with the cash. Past due subscribers are called on to -ettle i.efore 1st of January-after that time they njay have cobts to pay. All tingle or transicist bu-iiei.s notices in the local department are inserted at the ra:e of tiftecti cents per liac-liberal coutract, made for three, six or twe:ve months. tf. INDEX TO NEw ADvEUT1S:M:;Ts. SleirSsales- VnriwiQ. .J. U. JwAow-'arn flisa:drly. i.. ;. 'A:' -all-Another wrinkle. A. A. . it' .inu--Chiristiimas i.ooi. : Dr. S. k. Fante-Garren See.l. A. Taylor-Fartn to Itnt. Trinity L 4 G. T.-lbie Nic. V'iester nAss .till- Ex'rs .tale. -1. C. La.01Vr -CUp%at.ions. U reu. Lintdlev & l;intley-specilie". ltuinalration .Notiec. A. L. Lark-Cow strayed. Chickan<l Pope--Excinor. Sale. A large and line 1.>t of 3il, Letter and...

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. — 17 December 1873

Irm,ti n A n 1h 0 fa e, r iti up u nd el r thi . eali:in * ~n.a ;cr thd p'nuts. He sayi : It is an uudnisble~ fact tht 0 tuere is as great a variety anou till. ' nra f the sGil ais amn- ii,en ofother C \ atios, i,nluding the prfessional.~ T he nanie farmer does not always iis ply effielency. There are a great many owuing fairms and living on thew l who are only pretended farmers. If a god ropis obtained, no matter of wha itconist itisno credit f theirs. They are always cutting their bi wood from day to day througli the C bu1lmer and Winter, and when the time comecs to put in Spring crops tLere is nothing ready to go to their fields, but their fences are all down, and there is no time now to put then up for their oats must be sown. So h their stock is kept in confinement inb wuddy yards, uneasy and longing to range througLh fields. Their hogs are ed in the mud, when a few plank put down would add miuch to their comn-0 fo,rt. Oftenitimes you will see stoek ofevery decript ion, none of...

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 December 1873

ADVERTISINC RATES EVEiLY WVEDNE4TDAY MtINOrd ;. ro At Newberry C. 1.,m BY THO F. PGRENKERt ee E,U :or an i Proprie:or. r ne t hn XltC Focal Houm 20Cet er., Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets &c r aey The pai,er'g stop ped ::t the expir:tion of f;mv 1'0: %vich itis ai. A Y~v .1i ,, n itL.o!e ..xp,ir..tion of sub- V. IX. IWE DNEtDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1873. No. 51 DoewTh ermnend iptb EDIT. Yu LEAVWILL1 1EARJI IN FURNITURE ofA 1.L,ST Y 1.V% AN D G RAi1 s, Co:nistin; of Waflnut, CineAuut and Painted Cham. ber Setts, PARLOHR SUITS, BUREAUS, Washstands, TABLES, 13EID STEADS, ('li.k !ks. to suit a!!. Bo.k-.( :- aI Writinz Desks. lWindow Shadte. UId Fi.tures, -V-ull Paper aid Border. PIC'UE FLAEMES made to Ir (ltr. Entr.u~i: beree ILeavell & Spearmian NEW CABINET WOK SHOfPPJ Respectfully in forti; hiir friends and the nr. g.-rllV,tharttev I.;ve on h.id and BEDSTUAM", 7. l RS1,18 And all Kinds of Furniture, And will rep:dr ts w ll :.:s ...

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 December 1873

The Ilerald. THOS, F. GRENEKER. EDITOR, 0A B JONES, ASsISTAX1T EDITOP NEWBERRY, s. C. S)Y,D EC. 24, 1873 A PAPER FOiR TIE PE )PLF. 1 e' i(eral1 s n h - i Ne-- nr drte hhes respelct a F:uiu. S epeopIe or i.. Cou t erall tin. - It (ire'lltti.,. ext4ud th.!e aln A-lmrts tH1meuu1 7r urimae(I ad. ':tzL- For Terma,, see! first eda The Rural Carolinian Iie proprietors of this sterling monthly, not satisfied with making it one of thl best a-ricultural papers in the courintry, and giving their subscri. hers more than value received, have at hago: e.xpse gotten up a cliarin 11iroilo, entitled "The Jewels of Spriag," a picture rich in beauties. This they offer substantially mounted to every paid up subscriber for the current year, for 50 eents, the cost price being $6. In other words, the Riral Cuaroi1nian and mounted chro 111o fr 82.50. Aoy subscriber al. re:dy paid up, by remitting fifty cents addiMtiotnl cau also secure the chroimo. We advise each and every one of out readers to secure it. ...

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 December 1873

Special and Local. Cash in Advance. Fota and after this date our terms for Ad vertsing, Job Work and Subscriptions wil be wtrictty cash in advance. SubaCriptions as they expire will not be continued unless renewed with the c7ah. Past doe subscribers are called on to -ettk before 1st of January-after that IimUC they may have costs to pay. All 3Ingle or transient bu-ine,s notices iu the local department are inserted at the rat of fifteen cenit per line-liberal contracts made for three, six or twelve jonths. tf. A large and fine tot of 3ill, Letter and Note Head paper, white and buff Envelopes, Wedding and Invitation paper, Weddiu, Cards and Envelopes, and Buiness Cards, ju-t rrecived at this office. Send in your or ders and have your work done neatly, cheap ly and quickly. 50-3r. NDEX TO NEwz ArVEPTISIMENTS. Qqincy M. Kinard-N,>tice to Creditors. L. 1X-M irshall--Revered. J. J. Carrington-Sheriff's Saks. It. & W. C. Swafield-Clothing reduced. Bankroptcy Notice-N. A. Hunter. J. ...

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. — 24 December 1873

A (trnzr. 'tT~~ONTIP. FAIt3f Will it p:y a 6ity luan to li o Thr -IO This question- is oft(, sked me T i -4 I am also asked if i Notat;es cost me less than iveAoll a h)ushei--if my milk does noieog miuch per' quart as Chamimmne -2 ,arlous other questious, all__nVIf that farming il Oue frien says, S&I o two doliars on your farm for every o y 1 get fMn it-". A sttme 'what I veone, and: guffe 11Ined, ought to satisfy these fren -nd here it is: A few years go dispose'd of my city resid 'a with t1le proceed puihansd farm of about 25 acres,,three wi from the-city, provided VitIr ReeMfo able buildings; improved an.enla: ed the house and sheds, pvoided;n self with horses, carriages an- wag for fanily and farm se--.wih fou a Cow, carts, plows, and all+- imip itetits fur cultivating a ' had expended,I ri-e ed for the sale of my city 4me, a this a.m1ount I called my jo sta char,gable with interest ;d lia to taxation. I now commenced wOk ine, it by hired help, as the du of business in the c...

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. — 31 December 1873

The juerald. -THS. F. BRENEXER, EDITOR. IRA B. JONES, ASSISTAXT EDrM. t NEWBERRY,. s. c. NVENSDA Y, D EC. 31, 18z3. A PAPER FOR THE 1E,JPLE. SThe IHeral-I is in the hi:liest respect a Fam i . Nw pr. devotedl to the aterial in 1 "e's or the I,eople or' this Counity andL tike State. IL e reulates extensively, and as Si AlivertisinJg meditm ofTers tnivalledad vaitages. For Terms, see fir,t page. Attention. We trust that such of our patrons 9S are indebted to us. and who are in town un Sale-day, will come up and settle. Bv So doing they will Save costs. Iemember too, that as before iD we commence with the Jsi :-ry nuniber to cut off names as the t.rn of subscription expires, ank" C would be pleased to have old S hers renew promptly. t Look for the X mark-it de;0 i wth some that there is an amount 0 -:!nd with others that their subsip I tion 1s just o-t, and unless they Tew the paper will be stopped. TheAneaS be n1o exese that notice has natibeen given. Finaly patrons: Two hunded a over ...

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. — 31 December 1873

Special and Local. Caia in Advance. Y0:j and aner thi- da e oar :errue- f.'r A.'! rerdsiNj-. Jab Work a=L iba-ritiota' wik be strictly cah ini advance. Sub,crivptions as tlhy expire wiil not be Continued unle.- renewed with : he ea,h. t4 d0@bsedeeb re m;we ed on to !e:le ire 1v Jan4uy-fter th.it ti=n iLey, A!1 ,ingle or tr:aiz!c-Jeut .n-ine f n it the local dejarTnent are in-ert! at the r::e of fifteen ceit,: per fi.ae-lilcral emtr.av asde for three. ..x or twelve mnonths. t. A large and fine lot of 'ill, Ixt'Cr aad Note Head paper, white and buff Envelopes, Wedding and Invitation paper, Wedditsg Cards and Envelopes, and Bu-iness Cards, ju,t r- cived at thik oflice. Se:i-l in yiur or. ders atd bave your work dune neatly, e1:p ly and qu'ckly. >0-3!. ISDh;X TO NkW ADVERTISXXNTS. J-iso. P. Kiv=rd-DDc% G.>)ds-, Grocvries. &e. J. B. L LSalle-l-aildn, and Itep.Lir F-ie tory. A. &V Wicker-Mlooks closed. J. P. Kinard-L-nd to ltent. Loveluce & W ieeler-Hofae and Lot for Sae...

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. — 7 January 1874

* ~Ir Family Companion, Devoted to Literature., Miscellany News, A$YNrTt,a V oL. X , W E D N E D A M O N N , J N U A R Y 7, 18 .N A? ~THE HERA.LD 13 PUBLISRED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUNIG Al N?ewberry C. U.9 BY M'H9 GRNEE Invariably In Avce 35?- the pae sstopped at the expirationD 01 4Tboo,t 4ark $tei' expiration Vt sub T i Z*w4;ILTr-F-AFTEft, CHRISTMAS. AMOMCO2ION rOXWT?O "TUE W40UT -S& Folz Cul1t"J"IS. T.~t~ nilz~ hrismas,wben-all t6ro6gb the house E~ onI~~~-l~4and"As SOBl as a mouse; \ The stoekWin ('(OLtefy St. NMAhl-i' caire), 4'Were emptied of all that was eatable there. The darUings bad duly been tucked in their SWitb Tery full stomachs and palas in their r was d"zng away in toy new COttOn Cap, Ad,XaLcy was rather far gone In a nap, Whea out in the nursery theie arose suc&a LspmVa~ from. my. sleep, cring "What Is Aib& mtter! TOMe U an n tT* __!he "-Wble he igh Qf& cndl sevedclearly to show But the little pile face of each sick little dear, F&"&~c -eeitn 'rmm...

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. — 7 January 1874

Tie Ple4lnant Cotton Factory. GREENVILLE, S. C., Jannury 1, 1871. Mn. EDrron: Freqnent inquiries are made of me, by letter and otherwise, as to the par iienlars, details and progress of the Pit mont Cotton Factory, now bein- built in thi,; C.ntmty. i' order to answer the inquiries made, abd-to ve a more complete and com prehenive description of the enterpriie, and the progress that ias been been made in its constracti" , and the details c-nnected with it, than c;ittbe -done by special letters or ver bal explanations, I beg that you will allow mec a small space ia-your paper-for that par pose. The loe.ition is on the Saluda River, which is the d1viding line between Greenville and Anderson Counties. ten miles below the city tf Greenville, and within one half mile of the track of the Greenville and Coumbia 14 tilroad The I:ind belonging to the pro -werty coitains 6013 acres, and extends to the railroac, where.a tarn-out and depot are to be constructed. re evatcr'pover iA ample, and esp...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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