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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 January 1874

'I ~ Eas rm vanee. a tr Asie; ter:tpir A. VertisinLg, Job Work and Suriptin wIl be -s W' dtme suj .iptioer s as tre expire^will not be er.ntinued nues-, renewed wiih the ca-h. Past due subscribers are called on to settle be:ore 1st of Jap.y-after that tiin I4 :.igle or transient buine.s notices i thr local del.artment are inserted at the rate or fif:eeti cents per Ma-:=tera! conracts made ror three, six or twelve nonths. tr. aD V XW ADVER'TSENtENTO. Win. 1%1. il<-urz-,Sa.f4un Stolen Harvev.Sber-Baikrupt. G. W.. Watvrman-G. & C. RLtilroad notice. G. Leonhirth-Tu Trcspassets. Daii'l Horlbeek-Petitivi on-0:el1. Kiiigh:s of Jericho-ustallation. Sheriff's Sale. You'r paper is discontinued with this nnbe.,,A xe ewa with the eash is requsu. The above is intendte only for those *hb fmdfit,aated. I tusmd M.vberry Copnty. aM t -asia i br *y ' C I.'YAZ k3 We record with pain the sudden death by .friiAkin"osure, of She was one of the most fithful, ious and honest serranf&we have ever...

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. — 7 January 1874

azruz, %arbn a~seh,o1b. JANUARY. NJ T IV Tj F1 S 14 5' 6 7 9 10 n 1.2 13 14 115 16 17 18 -19 - 20' 21122.- 23 24 -25 26. 27 128 29 30 31 HON. WM. MeKINLEY'S ATH ENS ADDRES.S TO TIE STATE AGRICULTURAL SO CIETY. WFIAT IS THE BEST AVAILABLE LA BOR roR THE SOUTH-THE ENG LISH LEASE11O) SYSTEM AIVO fATEIWiTS ADVANTAGES, OBSTA CL3t *THE SAME,. ETC. Mr. McKinley's speech, a copy of which is before us, is replete with patriotic sentiments and sound advice to the landholders of Georgia. His theories, too, are based upon facts as they exist in the old country and if they can. be made applicable to the idle and demoralized negro, would prove of incalculable benefit to the country. The posiiion taken in brief are these: Planters shauld hold on to the title in feesiiapleto their lands, and never disimtniber or make a per manent rale of liem to the blacks. Large farms under his system of leas es -and -copy-hold tenures are practica. ble, though measured by the square i.,'gue. White labor will 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. — 7 January 1874

18 PUI,1tEDII EVEtY WEDNESDAY MOltNING, At Newberry V. 1.,, BY THOS. P.- GRENEIKER, BY EdItor and l'roprietor. ' "' " ' HO . F' O NE I 1, Tep'nix, $2.50 per' .11-nitumh A Family Companion, Devoted to Literatture, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Mrkets, &c. luvariably In Advance. 4 ~ I~ , vTJ ittr wdtItIe~TT~'r UP- '1ThdM taut k denotes exiIration of sub- Vo4 .. W E DNESDAY M bolumi a r e t p r n 1\T~ Noiesof meti ~nsbtes and nti Tni E NI (*11T "AFEt A COMP.ANION Pok.1 TO "T511 NIGT IE FORSE CIIIISTMAS." 'Twas the u1lit after Christmasa, when all through thehouse Every zoul was a-bed atl its still as a mouse; The stockings (so litely St. Nicholas' c.are), Were emptied of sill ltt was eatable ihre. The darlings hail duly been lucked in their bied's, With very full stoimacls aud pains fin their hieads. I was ldozing away in my new cotton cap, And Nancy wats ritler fair gone In a nap, When out In the iuricy Ieic arose such a elatter, I sprang fron my sleep, crying "What Is the anatte...

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

The Piedmont Cotton -Faetory. GM.L'EENE, S.: L., Janry I, 1871. MIL Erren: Frequent iiiquiries are made of me, by lezer and otherwise, as to the par ticalars,. detais6 and progre-;s of the Pied moat Q rtta -setory, now being built in thL County. In order to auswer the inquiries made, and" to. give a more complete and corn prehensive de:cription of the enterprise, and the progri3-that has bien been made in its construetion. and the details c.)nnec:ed with it, than can be done by spzcial letters or Yer- i bal explausions, I beg thqt you will allow me a small space in your paper for that par posc. ii6.i The loeion ioian the Sald.t liver, whic!% is the divi.liu line between Greenville and Anderson Counties, ten mile-s low the city of Greenyvft; and within one -halr mle - ni the track of the Greetville and C'umfia it ilroal. Tle huid belonging to the pro ljrty contairw 600 aereq. and extends to the railroad, where a turn-out and depot are to be conitracted. The water power is ample, and ...

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. — 7 January 1874

veis-ommrti :i'netnr Sub,crip.ns a* Ite expli'e w il not c,.itined iMteiienw6i with the ca-h. Pa-t dpe subscribers are caRled ou to se -r tr that titu.i !! All ingle or transient bu-i:e-s n tice tie kIml dep4artment arg .ined at the r opf f&f:.a cents per line-iherul couttr;i In A-le or thrl-e, six or. twCve mtontils. INDMs2O 'XW-ADVEaTlsEM.% Dr. . F I :i:tt-Frec-h C%rdeaf5 e Win. 1.6. Hvw-u -- 1- * .a. , '001en. Harvey Suber-Ragkrupt. -G. W. Wa:er=*n:-. V'. Rairoal nti G. L.--onshirthi-T., Tr*-,jpa-e.t:% Dan'j Horbeck-Petitflon to sell. J. C. andI) :hnson-rni nr. N, 4ee. T. F.'fTarnioh-Remnvfl. Kmig%' of Jericbo-la-oallation. Sheriff' le.- - . . Your paper is discontinled with! tl number. .CA'ene:l with the cash reqjuested.t The above is intended only for th, who tind it nmrked. Tl'laes~ ot Newberry Conuty speedsyWbised tbia kot4)a is 1?nv by WM.C. CHASI:. S Cu. 52-tr. We record with paiu the sudd Slhe wa one4- of tIe moSt faithful. io and honest servVt e w' have ever m<1 ie...

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. — 7 January 1874

~~arm ~aretti sus____ _ _ _ _ _ _ JANUARY. S jl TJ I' TjF1 S -i1 2' 3 14 5 1 7 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 1415 1617 la-i 19 20 21 22 23 24 526 27287 9 30 i31 HON. Wm. meKINLEYS ATH. ENS ADDRESS TO THi STATE AGRICULTUR.AL SO. CIETY. WHAT IB THE BEST AVAILABLE LA BR'P FOR THE SOUT1-THE ENG LISH LEASETIOLD SYSTEM ADVO -ATED IT ADVANTAGES. OBSTA CLS TO THE SAM1E, ETC. Mr. McKinley's speech, a copy o whih is before us, is replete witi patriotic sentiuents :1nd sound advie( to the laudholders of Georgia. li theotries, too, are based upon facts w they exist in. the old country. and i 1h1ey can be made applicable to thi idje aud demoralized neg_ru, wuU prove of ineaeulable benefit to thi (u;ttr,y. The position taken in brie are these : Phiiters situld hold o to the title iii feesimple to their lands aud never dis.umtber -,r ieake a per 1uanent Sa:k of them to tle b!a.ks Large Iarnis under his ypcui of l-a, eg void eopy-hold tenurets aro practica b1:, thoug-h measured by the squr lau.White lab;vr Wil...

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. — 14 January 1874

THE HERALD' IS PUBLISRED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, 'I Newberry C. It., E&t?or and Propriewor. .---.--. .------. Termss $25 per W"uuj"7 AFmily Companioni, I)evo ted to Literature, MiclAy es giutne ales C ies A DV E-RiTseNClla UmiDabZly in Advauft.-_ _ _ __ _ ~ - - - - - - - - .--. . . . . . - - - --_ -- ---- - - A etThe i eperIs ied at the expiratnonserted a oiJ> e ie h uequest and instn, 217-~~~~~~c!m aderihmet te perr centW exinto abob- V Lve.EIE DA lO N NG dcvtptios. THE CIPTAIi OF THE NORTH FLEET. So of:en is the proud deed douc By tajen like this at Duty's call; So niaiiy are the honors won By them. we eannot wear them all. They make the heroic commraonpl)!ce, AI dying th4u.s the natural way; Yet. is our world-wide Engishi race Eunobled by that de.ta. Tv-Jai It brinigs the thought th.:: 1.itioi ulih;9-. To anchor fist )hre bilI .'s roll; it stirs us with a s(n,e of' ings Thit strive to lift t0e earth i-:st soul. Love was so new and life so sweet, But at the call ie left th...

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. — 14 January 1874

The Hierald. TPOS. F. BRENEKER, EDITOR. IRA B. JOES, ASSI-STANT EDITOR. NEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 14, 1874 A PAPEr FOR THE PEOPLE. Tlhe Ieral.- is in the hig.est respect a Fam. Newpape'r, devoted to the material in :2ts of tho peopic of this County :uid lhe .:atv. It iticlte xesvey n s an .ilvertiing ineTium ofrers un11rivalled ad v:itages. For Terms, sco Arit page. The Tax. For the week past there has been litle else~talked about or thought of witside the enormous amount each tax p..yer of this County is ,xpectcd to p:!v into the Treasurer's office. The tiures are stUriling, and ilen are sick the exor'):tant demand made upon them. The tax has been swelling gradually for years, each gathering ijeiug heavier than the one preceding; with that experience the tax payer, growing accustomed to it, and expe-'L ing nothing else, paid up his tax with ai good grace as possible, but -iow at o;*_ fell swcp the amount is DOUBLED, and men who had prepared themselves to pay according to the ...

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. — 14 January 1874

of .Mr. W\. .:Iyv, re* -neC I b:'-tn in:2eh iliwr-il y Il Tow: .r. W.T. TJ:LekFon. Ti j's co iendia bl.Then1-- :1re a go<x( nayote pA-i nm,dinm lik- :tttention. wvhieh wi h e1"pt ti (t- i ;.u!1 not fall to 104) am-tr. .\t the~ :mr Ia::d 'i. io' n held this day for ireto:- azhe National Banlko Newberry, S C.. to run for the ensuin year, the fl1owing gentleien wer( elected :. G . .Svo-t. .1. T. Peterson V. .1. P o, J. N. 31armn, J1. It. Car. wvih-, It. L. hlCa:;ghrin, . ('. H. Snlber i., S. Chick. :ud .Joha S. Re!wik. At a im-eting tIf the Directorns. heh h:unie liately aftewrwa:-d"',lt. L .M'Caugh'l M.i WaS 'ut1 e till :Sly '4'-VI ed. Jan. s. 1: . AN ElVENIN, H Tlit 111H AIleNC. We h:tv been twi r:t'qt! N Suo bstlt sid the eveing f riAy, Fh b W, Mr. 1 Prescott EIadridge, Of* Now Y4,rk, knolwT au. th "Pi;ne(. D-I t oeet oir or themPa :Ilenl.,:nll w.h h:s wh. reie irkig es" e1oni:ts i'. fromn the Pl.ess wvio-revv he hAs gone, wil.lhve the hnor's a: pearing before the cit;zels (f, Nt...

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. — 14 January 1874

JANUARY. IS M T W T F 8 1- - - - - 1 , 4 ;5 6 7 | 8 9 10 11112 13 14 15 16 17 18 ' 19. 20- 21. 22 23 ! 24 125 26 27 28 I 29 30 31: NITMBER OF EGGS T11AT A MEN CAN LAY. We copy the following item, which hmas been for a long time going the runds of the agricultoral press, show ing how little scientific attention has been ordinarily bestowed upon the subject of poultry keeping: 'It has been ascertained that the ovarium of a fowl is composed of 600 ovules. or eggs; therefore a hen, during the whole of her-life, cannot possibly lay more than 600 eggs, which in the natural course, are distributed over nine vears, in the follfwing propor tion First year after birth.......... 10 to 20 Second * do. .........100 to 120 Third do. .........120 to 135 Fourth do. .........100 to 115 Fifth do. .......60 to S0 Sixth do. ......... 50 to 60 Seventh do. ......... 35 to 40 Eighth do. ......... 15 to 20 Ninth do. ......... 1 to 10 It follows that it would not be prof itable to keep hens after their four...

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. — 14 January 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted to. 1iterature; Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c. 9VOL X* WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1874. No.2. THE HERALI IS PUBLISnlED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOM SING$ It Newberry C. M.t Editor and Proprietor. ,jMiis t attheexpiratImn 4 ak denotas expindtion of -t SO &U ~ ie 434"dor)4 Bty mem. wqPwuMo* wear0cmv all. It biiegs the tkouikt-; thac-jAthom thitir -6in~o f,.t wliere bfnsro!1; W ii us i a Sese -. ior v'ialga -.. strive to+1f[ttbetarth kst soul. JAI t efziwyine Az .1 - "18iet, ReSpoUJLije the touch divinp~. "Nay, Ic~wan see you die, U .6ktol&'d f iibz6 xr. Godkiii God b*ebs you. I shall see iE through." We re4-d until the vision dims And drowns; bi:t-,,-*m-be pin,; be past, If"P AVout the gloom; 'His steadfast spirit holdi Whe Ug~ht That shines till Ni-bt Is OtejCOMC. %,.t Tbe sea will do its worst, and life Be-fouot in a.bubbling breath; tfftin1y-ib te cowurd strift: There.stands umm- who vaished Death And towers aWwe-r4-ieking deck; The 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. — 14 January 1874

T h.e H er aldC. TPOS. F. RRENEKER, ETDR. IMA 3. JONES, ASSISTAT EDITOR. NEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNBSDAY, JAN. 14, 1874 A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. The Ierall is in the highest respect a Fam ily Newstaper. devoted to the2 nIterinl in terests og the eople of this County and the State.' -It circulates extensively, and as an Advertisig medium offers unrivalled ad vantages. For Terms, see frst page. The Tax. For the week past there has been little else talked about or thought of outside the enormous amount each tax payer of this County is expected to pay into the Treasurer's office. The figures are startling, and men are sick at the exorbitant demand made upon them. The tax has been swelling gradually for years, each gathering being heavier than the one preceding; with that' experience the tax payer, growing accustomed to it, and expect ing nothing else, paid up his tax with as good grace as possible, but now at one fell swoop the amount is Dou;tE, and men who had prepared themselves to pay accor...

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. — 14 January 1874

vertidag.- JobMork i - Sachcytions wI be strictly ca-;h in ady.ace. Sub- ; .t'heY expire wil not b - ' renewed with the ca,;h -Patdue imeribers ae -caled on to etftl po"Aro JAM4.ry-4fter that .im,: the, moty ets td pay. 41U6igte or trnsient busined uotiees i the toes1 department are inserted at the rit of fteea cent per Hie-liberal contr4dt god.far thrC, six or twelve months. fiar to Xxw ADvsRTsEX.ETS. Gu. W. WimafMs &. C.:-Camiia E ~J.~Oa--herirb Sales'. S F. Ft- t Notice. J. I. ySales Oee. 0-bna & Co. - 4"ir& jHoui-Pi*io tor sale. --Vohtmith & Kina-Ptce-six Iron Word jqCFall & Pool-We mean what we say. I. T. Sroan-Excutor's n,tice. COrroN S,-"ftrs.-The total nunm g~Ibages sbippet -from Newbent eb 1st of October foots up soMI 14,000 bales.. A pretty healthy sign 0 the business of the place. W..-Ca.S baj" received a omplkt .a%pvly of Gmeries and shelf goois, t( whitbbe Invites attention. Goods cho*e an p - .2-tf. MORE -X00EANTS.-On Thursda I" Gemsan emigrants ar ...

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. — 14 January 1874

JANUARY. .8 B1 T1 W S TI Fi A -1 2 3. 14 5 6 7 1.8' 9 10' 11 12 13 14 15 16 17i 18. 19 20 21's 22.- 23. 24 ,25 126 127 28 1-29 30 131; NUMBER OF EGGS THAT A HEN CAN LAY. We copy the f"owing item, which has been for a long time going the round3 of the agricultur! press, show ing how little scientific attention has been ordinarily bestowed upon the st inf po trkeeping: %mh bern~ asceitained that tlie ovarium of a fowl is composed of 600 ovules or eggs; therefore a lieu, during ie *hde of her life, cannot possibly lay more than 600 egg, which in the natitral comrs.are distributed over nine yeazs, if the following propor tiorg First year after birth.......... 16 to 20 Second do. ........100 to 120 do. .........120 to 135 Fourth do. .........100 to 115 Fifth do. ......... 60 to 80 Sixth do. ...... 50to 60 Seventh do. 35 to 40 Eightf^ do. ......... 15 to 20 Ninth -do-..... I to :N -Ifllows that it would not be prof itable to keep hens after their fourth year, as thcir produce will not pay...

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. — 21 January 1874

THE HERALD ZVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry oe ii, BY TR. F. GIENEKR, Terms, $2.50 per Jnnum, A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Mscelll Invariably in Advance. ly- iegjr i!stopped at the expiration Of TN ,J timep urt ev in itMPi v &MM4zNoiexpiration ofo sb WEDNESDAY MORf meetnss and iba Gwen.r ers Cas T ARIE'S NEW POEM. - ,. LUKI. (In thi Colorado Park, 1873.) %f:*ot'edat yoa're.eadin'?-anoYel? Anov el-well darn my skin! You a man groW: a.ud bearded, and histing such stuff ez that in Stuff about gals and their sweethearts! So wonder you're thin as a knife. Look at mel cler two hundred-and never - twetd Que In my life. Msatsmy opinion o' novels. And ez.to their yin' round here. They belonged to the Jedge's daughter-the Jedge who come up last year On ount of his lungs and the mountains and the balsam o' pine and fir; And his daughter-well, she read novels, and --tuaes what's the matter with her. Yet she was sweet on the Jedge, and stuck by him dar-and night, Alone in 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. — 21 January 1874

IRA 11. JONES, ASSESTAXT EDI'0. "EWRRV*s. C. WEDITESDAY, JAN. 21, 1874. 7P.xk.EE FOR THE PEOPLE. ThT ndrus iu th beihcst respct a T nw ,yjper, devoted to the uaterial tn s e Kpid of this Cowuity and the Stat. It circulates e%tensively, and as an Advertising mediani ofers unnivallod ad vantf-s. . For.Ter*s, see BUrat page. LIaJ .'Change or Name. 2MIIk1 Hill La*ternhshne itSMie to T4e Grange,.and is now edite by MrLT. C. -Robertson, who in *0Ciu of the 16th inst., caire U'gr-ogod and,'Wresible salutator!y. Stimgs to the Grange. EiAensiODg Time to Tax. payers. The Governor and Comptroller Geuvan jh. extended the time for .them. at of taxes.uutil the 5th:of Fe ~ary. Now that the Legislatire is if session, having convened yester da,W hope that body will prlong the time still further. at least until the Arat of March. Tie Cieeronian Literary Society.,of Roan'ke COllege, Va., will accept dur thanks for ai-invitation to attend its Aniversary C&bradon, to be held on Monday Eveniag, Febru...

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. — 21 January 1874

Special and Local. l. f raasient business noticsinId e ar5 eas zrted at the rate of fifm fsats- per'liae-lib'eral dntracts 0 madef;e &A*iggegnnhs f - ti ti _,gale of Valuable Lands. R. r-The Orphans'Friend. S ..ckr--Door,.Sash -and,Blind r n veCollege.a ile-Rent of Land. J k--ferWs Sates. T W. W hS!blen 11orse. W. C. ,Chase & Co.-Special Notices. t CheWi"'et-an,orvin - FPm--CarQiina Military lustitute, ti -A=E NoTicE.-Execatoes or Adminis tra~tprs wishing notices inserted in the HE. " Mr 9bePrepared to.pay for the same o Sefore-insertion. Attorneys sending in sueb S notices on behalf of-their clients will be held responsible, and will be expected to pay wheul Transient advertisements of any kind must-I WiPjlfa idviuc If f-thb parties -adver nasigdenteeid.M town.I .Jo mlmk-ind subsetipions stricdly Cash. k<Alt:pm.persbsall, be stopped hereafter as soon as the term of subscription expires, un- a lessatisf3ctory arrargements -are made to a contiie-th -same. b mark denotesexp...

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. — 21 January 1874

JANUARY. S-1-M T WV T F 8 -1 2 3' 7 8 9 101 11' -2 13 14 15 16 171 18 -N 920 21 22 23 24 !2 26 27 28 29 30 31 WATE IN HOUSEKEEPING. Xinericans are industrious, money making people, but they are not econ omical. Our housekeping is prover bial ywasteful, allowing leakage at ev ery*pent, sufficient in the aggregate, in manyhouseholds, to sUpport a Euro pean family. Some writer (we know not to whom to give the credit.) has mac :ie following extensive, but .by no means complete enumeration: Nueh waste is allowed in cooking meats.. Unless watched, the cook will throw out water in which meat has -been boiled, without letting it cool to take off the fat; or she will empty the dripping-pan into the swill pail. The grease is useful in many ways. Again, bits of meat are thrown out, which a French cook would convert into an excellent hash. Flour is sifted in a wasteful manner, or the bread-pan is left with dough stieking to it. lPie-crust is left over, and laid by tc sonr, inste,d of making a f...

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. — 21 January 1874

-..---- * - A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Market & . VO. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1874. No. 3 *THE HERA LI is PUBLISHED NVIRY WEDNESDAY NORINING9 T qwerrrI. invariably in Advance. OAOth expiration4 &7 The X mark denotes expiration of 8nb -suptionl. zttrv. d -e-M Wen= ]tha yoeww buerdn-anl AMvo wo rin- knife. -,.h_2bsm_yopwniof novels& And ezto thei . U%ilWnod t 'the Jeige' daughftr-th J edge who eome up last year dn adSunmiotf '~ lungs and the mountain 4~t~~balam ie pime vad -1ir; ~a.agh--wll,she readnovels, a3i Voeats what's the matterwith her. b7him&ayandatght. #166-inhk ca,~ up yw--d-U sO grew Mik pe4,all.whit&. & s'Up of a thi4g, ez Uight ani 49up and awayth Xrift smoke lown through tewoods -~ '.~~~tblwunt~mkind-no way, emIa s.'gArdye mind that honsez yot rtze the hil; -Toude? Well,now, tUes &all What,yoz *edevini yV*ft1--bjs4or fiOA (44f Cottio toiknW wat I wO4aps prettyan -~~~~i ~oes~ hla ongWs, a...

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. — 21 January 1874

TP3S. F. RElEKE , EITOL M3. JONE, ASISTANT nIM. F J WRERE, S. C. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 187. A rAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. he irahil is;in the higtest respect a Fa y-309 * r,godvOd to tie saitrial In tetests Owl =PeOPIe.Of thhs ;O=ntY and the1 to~~a tan'rage A<dvertisig Medium Offer-q U1rivalled d vantage. For Ters.O trtne Exaen.1u hagof Name. Tie Rock Hill. Latternbas changtd Geeralto T e Grane, and i's n6w editg g r T. C.. Roberson, wbo iq.tis9ue. o the 16th 'inst., ca ou5.igood.and sensible sAwatoty. Su.t s~to tfie. Grnge.. EXfIsion o ITikne to Ta - Aiw -Cevraior anda-Coptoler General have xtended the timefo w nI.a.vruxes 'ofuy 8d oam fien oft ue ntil fhe,'5th.o Teii Now that. the Legislatre seden;-having conned yester day%e-ip-ei0tody wI pro0opg t1eq1ek stftther, at - leadt ut 11 theEref Mth of k.-.b:er.ierary Soc-iety of ankil~wi'g,i Va,will acep6ir: cthedsite inv io tordc attend t -Anni.y(ary Cbrtin t. e eld - en ada mesegtFeCbruay. 28d. .-The Stor. 0 th eeaion is to'be Mra. M. kya,...

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