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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 January 1874

lI ingle or tridsleit business notices in the local departutant are inserted at the rate nz. W .E,w ADvERTIi= . p-deof -Yznnb1a,Land&. Ge&.-&-Hacker-Door, Sash and Blind foiimae-olege. Jtis "s. -CM T .W.-Mo ph-S'oleniHorse. L. R. Marsbau-Facts. &. Go.:-Specia1 Notices. Cbzae t&etan organ. k;. : ' ina Miltary Institute, 13k o2mcB.:-E;ecutoe' or .Adminis trait rs wishing notices inserted ii the H= I R!.-tj geRar tQ& pay..for the same betvifdriktio. Attornys sending in sceb sotices-oa b"ha-ofaeir cUents will be -held pasible, am?wbeexpected to-pay when .cawle on. siIetadveriiseinetsof any kind musty be r frixdanuce, if the paities aderz -. Jojhmnd sascdlptiQns strictly cash. -AR psns:zhsi be -stopped hereafter as -WattM efn of -suboriptoi expires, un wles satisfactory arrangements are made to e:~ntiiuEhe sain. deiioteiexpiratiou--afterthat Bqa t*ne ghliggS -in mind.. CAgpIgUJrAIJZTITUTE. -4 Is aLed to.card of Col. ;. P.e i Thomas. "h dvantaFes akoidea by Olrm's ...

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 T T F S 4 5 6 7 8 9110 11 2 13 14 15 16171 a 9 20021 22 23 241 25 26 27 28 29 30 311 E- IN HOUEKEEPING. Ampriwans are industrious, money making people, but they are not econ omicaf. Our housekeeping is prover baSpiwasteful, allowing leakage at ev ery -nt, sufficient in the aggregate, in many households, to support a Euro pearfamily' Some writer (we know no& vhom to give .the credit,) has made the following extensive, but by no Means compfete enumeration: 'M.ch waste is allowed in cooking mea4: Unfess wateh, the cook ,ill*hrow out water in which meat ha'Eeen 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, Iicfi-a French cook would convert into an excellent hash. Flour is sifted in a wasteful manner. or the bread-pan is left with dough sticking to it. Piecernstis left over, and laid by to sour, instead of making a few tarts for tea. Y4etabl...

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. — 28 January 1874

ns A Faniy Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c Vol. X - WEDNES)AY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1874. No.4. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOR1NING, t - ait & ea r m o is p i A o f Gragers sta4 %ib the~*~ tatomat tI r %e3 m he skips o'eto e stiov. s s - 1i pr0=gifiklge'fg ! ,Asli-. patent keather Plow. My boots a bWlt bFe,Aidej Aud my pasof roy; And if I we ain, I'd be a bike IT' c .c n sng. - [From Brainard's Musical World.} UNG MUSICIAN. ING DvS~ some quaint Mittle to ) he and there firthe. .Pe ich Jew -of the rldire de by Germans, a - two ago, who cazzied n eir own tiadi i~io customs, and ever ce. .The young nmme of thesefammiles do not "go West," as other Americans do, to pusli their fortnes; thetyoung.womeni marry ualyamong their own people. d|t% ugag the central mountans *of ethe#,tate-. It lies off of any post-road; i4dis too insignificant to d g ethe map. 62 . You afgiide for a day or two throug$4beets paek and syca *more, wi~...

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. — 28 January 1874

The HonestMan Who Pays. A DITTY FOR THE TIMES. Mr. Oscar H. Harpel, the well-known Ciu einnati printer and author of THE TYPO GUA, sends to the Newspaper Reporter the lowjg-a holiday poem for printers: There is oneamong the many, Can yote9 me whew he stays? He's an od, old-fashioned par., Ca2* e bonealpan. who pays: Yes-the honest man who pays Every dollar he mey owe, Xeping up the good ways That so many searcely know. if he gives his word of promiso 'Tis a bond as good as gold; If he holds a post of honor, Not a trust is ever sold By the honest man who pays EVery debt he may incur, yielding each af just award, ,ad no grudging or demur. And-I iuz told this rare old party Lives-within his income, won By the.fairest, squarest dealing We see beneath this sun, And'he honest man who pays Always holds it good and right, For the rich to help the needy When the times are tough and tight. Southern Demoeraey and Southern Radicalism. A great deal has been said about the .relative economy with ...

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. — 28 January 1874

Special an Local. of fifteen cents per line-a 'ontracts made for three, six or twelve months. tf. TaamiNtic.--4teionor;- AdwgjWe *awwwishing .otices inserted in the Han ALD mnst6beppared to pay for the saa before insertion. Attorneys sending in such notkes on behalf of their clients will be held -ill be4pecte oey when ITrunient advertisements of any kind must be pil-fQrln advance, if the parties adver ishidd'not reside In town. Job work and subscriptions strictly eash. All papers shall be stopped hereafter as soAs' the sea o subscription expires, un ma*anisfctary arrangements are made to condine the same. Ie X mark denotes expiration-after that nind. 37tf. bw=s To Nsw AvRTsaNsT. L. R. Marshall-Fish and Oyst rs. J. M. Adams-100D bushels Corn. G.W. Holiday-Stop the Murderer. Aaron I. Dominick, Adm'r-Fiual Settle qafef t ,Ad'r-FInal:Settlement. . Banry-Alnirrat'st Notice. C. G. Jaeger-Notice in Bankruptcy. E. M. Wal- -"4 a ". S. P. Boozer & Co.-To our eustotneis. PERSONAI..-Mi. Geo...

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. — 28 January 1874

A. ; iA: JANUARY. -18 N T W T F S1 - - - T -2 3 4 5 -64 89 10: 11 12 .13. 14 15 16- 17 $ i 20 21 - 22 23 24 25 26< 27- 28 29 30 31 R. iFOR-THE C&RE OP . . SHEEP. The keneral agent of the American Binig4at company gives the, follo* ing 1. .Keep sheep dry under foot with litter. 'This is even more necessary than roofing. Never let them stand oz rtinud or snow. 2.%Tae up lamb rams early in tlie summer; and keep them up until De cember 1st, following, when they may betulnkiout. Si Drop or take out the lowest bs, thus'saving broken limbs. 4. Count every day. 5. Begin graining with the greatest care, and use the smallest quantity at first. S6, If a ewe lose her 12mb, milk. her d'ailY, for -few days, and mir a litile alum- with her salt. 7. Let no hogs eat with the sheep, in the spring. 8. 's- th'e lainbia little milk feed me ianing. 9. Never frighten sheep if possible to avoid it. 10. Sow rye for weak ones in cold wether if you can. 11. Separate all weak, or thin, or sick, from tho...

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. — 28 January 1874

-- O;mb. - - -o*-anion, evoted to tra re Miscellany, NsAricu, e -YI WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 28, 1874. THE HERALD 19 PUBLISHED EMXY WEDNESI).Y MORNING, At Newberry C..,.. lo, -14 4T-fk f-. bnb 4Wituh sack n aned.0 Mbots bIeM-t&-oidg, Aid MY AdffIaaini rd f1omrbirdsmusicWr~ M1G DAVZ%-u the clean hearth; Conrad dug, and i~1e,iwhe& and reared for half the teeth, and held.out her soft., Iarm hand just as: quickly to welcome one as the otheir.: ,Contad laghed back at her, but Peter struck a mel amcioly no 6onis violin. H6 was a tall, thin, dark fellow,. with'a &e tea;minate.gloomy face. Very probably, Conrad, who- was aereckless, topsy turvy, good na thred fellow, never had at:e& u tiought a'to ho* it aill *ould'end, until on6 eninghe chatced to bd sitting i Greta's kitche3i lone, when -1rfatherli and Peter. Sohnell .were outside. Hows this ?"' grunted old Peter. "it Cord ose that' I hafe seen hee 6iiid t'd not aikit dat, Jacob Brandt tMi11hall that beg gabe fridnds hit ...

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. — 28 January 1874

The Honest Mau Who Pays. ADMY TR TE TIES. Mr. OWi k. HUrel, thewell-known CiU en4 d ar and author of TE TrPo mam, sends to the Xewspapereporter the foUowing--a hody poe for printers: Thr satong theinany, Can you tel me whee he stays? He's an O,did-fsh inedpar*T, Canedite honest. man, who pays: p--he honetman who pays Every dollar be may owe, Keeping up the good'ways -That so many seareely know. I'h gives his word of promise qrIs aubod as good as gold; If be bods a post of honor, Natg trst 1s ever sold By the honest man who pays Every debt be may incur, YIldIg eajast alard, And no grudging or demur. A&I in told thirae old party L_s -within his 1come, won By the-faiet, aquarest dealing We see beneath this sun, And the bonestinan who pays Always holds it good and right. Fcr the rih to help the needy When the times are tough and tight. Satheru Demoeraey and Southera Radieslis. A -grqt deal has been said about Ahe. elative economy with which Deip ratie and Itpiblican States in StheSo...

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. — 28 January 1874

.,4pecia l1cahL AU singIOr transient business notices in TaI Nnc a.-Executors or Adminis - Isairiiugiu'ice insrted Il e eMi - AXm&=t be prepared to pay for the sam r 1faM inltou. Atorneys sending in sach aies on behalf of their clients will be held 1 asponsible, and wiM be expected to pay when ie paid for in advance. if the parties adver- s titdQ vot reside in iown. - t 5dB rd sa7Ou tiosstr"ett8eas e 'All papitt shaR be stopped bereafter as sofn as the term of subscription expires, un .esamatnrarrangements are made to - Zbhf-guWk demotesexpiration-ar;hat -*hpe is dscontianed. lignin.- $-f L. ilshI h ind"Oyst rs. A. X em-1000 bushels Corn. . mh -fSor the Muwerer. g AdW'r-Flna Settle ment. * Robert Waffeft, Adm'r-Fual Settlement.. -%twA trd,awor, Notice. !O. P. Booer o-To our c .sera PESWNIE-Wr.,QqorgerWk, agnt and ollector for i ft-tTuer -I iiiil tW vftU ireek. Luck attend hhm4j 3~ - W hive a call on a Mark Jenkins, OWe Ir. 3 C. (MASES. - &~1 O erence of .thieira hel at en C ...

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. — 28 January 1874

JANUARY. 8 M T W.T .sK ?-1 21 31 !j 1 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 2(k 4 22 23 .4j 25 2 0E V THE CARE OF. RIKHEEP. - Ieigneritagent6bf the if Rm*nt company gives the follow iag t I. e sbeepdry nuder foot with litter, This is:even more necessary o* Never.#e them.ad M "Mi o st, noaw. - 6.6We up iam ramsarly i' the smMer, and keep themup Until De ee1IJs~ lin;iag heniGhey may S b l e r b u i f e -1 6o 6 b a s thus saving broken limbs. dont every day. gri'ng with the greatest -re ad use t e smallest uantity .dNsafe oAla iA ter &*y,1nifewdays, apd mix a little Aik with. her -at. 7. wo4 vi*tJbe sheep, ia t&ei-ag MM eSp ing. 9. Never frighten sheep if possible to avoidj_ . oak izold weather if,ou ean. ia i li oakr tinA , of Aiekfront &&osreSrt"ODg thefall, and Invspecia s are. 12. Ifany seep i4 hurt,. cath i wi w-atb wesiigi ~d if a asy ne, atpp lspirits'of 'turg~n ting4jl alJisl.vithon e thing healiwg lf-e .limb is hroken - 4Dd otlet*e sheep spoil tieir 16~. For, ye pulverized alan ...

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. — 4 February 1874

A'aml Copnin Dev. ote loLtrtT" clay es g M .~ TG5~ FEBR ARYk Vol X0LI~ WENSDY RN IOWWZ Q THEaHERALD 18 PUBLISRED It-liviiberry 0. L -.BY TH09* F:.GRI~K1, idWir alidpropkor ilk~ 2 per ROHN~ uavarlbUy ii Advance. ~~dene id CtOu Of b ~J@~ A~K?VS SEM ONO Ifyou life &Watuoffln-' to other folks, Why e.-vth W o! 0 livinp?o Tbaies ~rw,the imie'rable sinner, B.'Z~oera.egarwoud tavethan g ive I~~~ Zdayu listmi'snmeh Bat I waWdnt quite detemp-ie, Whem I heard him a-e*i"' 1tikt ALD' ieft Zast who, was hit IW! bbgPro*%l.: Po mistak, )Oig-*idWd pmayin', Ike. Wt ou to MaY, -Asij INm u 1P. t; ~bLord "Ame at myJTechn, Ia~a' a4ow-rechi'" I gSew thut dom waw bitte =ough ice-a man nr o honer.&~ 'svery refteshingdit And*4w outin ows anldthiApps lk eff;f Oihh'AssIgHt who would be broiled in summer and frozen in winter. - ~- In -this. street, at No.-, is a sign, byis door tbat opens into a court In this school Mademoiselle_ was assistant teacher. She had been once a pupil here, and, when her youth...

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. — 4 February 1874

The Rev. Henry M. "od in a com nmnicati'o to the Abbeville Me diam speaking of the Churches and 1pastrate of Newberry, makes this pleasing mention of the Rev. P. F. StepIns, wo has been lately called to the charge of the Episcopal Church of hplace P. F. Stephens has recently 0o the Episcopal -Ave no personal ae tMir: Stephens, but zby eputation. He sa 4 cr head, good heart. et, and is certainly 'WX6i tin to the church .at New berry. The following well authenti cated-anoedote of him I heard sne time ago. During Mr. Stephens's ab sence during the war his house was pillaged and, oa his return after the va to take charge of his flock, he un'f -- "fie4 with emptiness." jWith the aid of his parishioners, he pr us_ hy purchase and loan, what was spessary to begin housekeepig a &tjli the general destitution was sackJt his house was very scantily f -iied., A few Sabbaths tfter he :had resumed the rectorship of his hureb, he was in the woods busily studying his sermon for the day when his...

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. — 4 February 1874

Special and Local. All Ingli orsiiest usw-ies notices in the local department are inserted at the rate of 4Aes eas per liae-liberal contracts 'i fr tiree, sx or twelve months. tf. =z 2Nons.-:-xeentor's or Ambds traters wISing notices inserted in the Ha AU. must be.prepared to pay for the same 4osertion Attorneys sending In such xoticesA onbehalf f their clients will be held sponsible,andwill bexpected to pay when ftfed on. They will. also be held responsible for the publication of all notices in Bankrupt cases. T,..Tafent advertivements of any kind must be paid for in advance. if the parties adver Iitg do not reside In town. Jobwork.and subscriptions strictly cash.' AR papers sai*be stopped befeafteras loon as the term of subscription expires, un iess satisfactory arrangements are made to 'eot~tnetbe same. 'he - nart enotesepiration-after that hee aglerbdsedaiued. Beirthesetblgs in mind. 3-tf, e r KW ADvRzTI=r3T& I.L Christian-House to Rent. IL. . Marsball-Once More. A. V. Leahy...

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. — 4 February 1874

FEBRUARY. 8 M T W T F 8 9f10 11 12 13 14 4& 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26. 27 28 M]WRE NEEDED BY FAR MERS. C, - Thi 'questin returns. May not the serage farmer of to-day give - ore e to the- cultivation of his iinfaia heart, and will it not.: pay ? We all know how pressing are the du ties.Qfhe farmer, especially. in. the sseason. The motto seems to be IIat'We must-rise up early, sit up late, and eat the bread of carefulness, in orde to make our ends meet, at Ahent ofthe year." Our bodies are jiain4fatigued r our minds Fartake of the same feeling;. we hardly find timeW read, and -scarcely time to wrie to a friend, and, whea,we meet a townsman and engage- in conversa on current topics, we feel humili 4-"aa- iowstupid and ignorant we are. Now, I claim that this state of things ought not to be. If our busi ess makes us slaves, dwarfing our miG5sblunting or better sensibil. ities, ing us for the duties of good and useful citizens in the body politic and .in the coununity Oepuly,I am ...

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. — 4 February 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Misc11eaiIy, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c. of b- ol. X. WEDNESDAY MOINING, FEBRUARY 4, 1874. No> EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, kt NowUrry C. i., IY TR0,F, GRENPKER; Editor and Proprietor. Terns, $1.50 per .In nij Invariably in Advance. 'WUTg la er i1 stop d at the expiration hims for 9IiIt s pal frc The H inurk denotes expiration of at scription. J0HN JANKIN'S NERMON. Th Isidstr sdi4 last riftt, says Ito, iDolk't be aftald of-glvin'; If-your lifo in't nothin' to other folks, Whly, what's the ulse o' livin',?''" And that's what I says to wife, says 1, There's Brown, the nuis'rable sinner, He'd sooner a beggar would starve than gi A cent towards buyin' a dinner. I toll ou ou minister's prime ho is, (ut I couldn't quito determine, Whe I heard liim a-givin' it right and lc: Just who was hit by his sermon, o 'course there couldn't be n1o inistake When he talked of long-winded prayin', ,For Peters and'Johnson they sot and scowli At every word...

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. — 4 February 1874

The Rev. Henry M. Mood in a com inunication to the Abbeville Me diua speaking of the Churches and pastorate of Newberry, makes this pleasieg mention of the Rev. P. F. Stephens, who has been lately called to the charge of the Episcopal Church of t ISlace: "Rv. P. F. Stephens has recently accepted Ahe charge of the Episcopal chuw)L,. We have no personal ac qualatance with Mr. Stephens, but know him very well b'y reputation. He is a man of clear head, good heart, and-liberal sentiment, and is certainly an acquisition to the church at New berry. The following well authenti cated anecdote of him I beard siume time ago. During Mr. Stephens's ab sence during the war his house was 1 pillaged and, on his return after the war toDtake charge of his flock, he found it "filled with emptiness." With the aid of his parishioners, he procured by purchase and loan, what ecessay to begin housekeepigD agan but the general destitution was I such that his house was very scantily furnished: A few Sabbaths...

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. — 4 February 1874

Special and Local. ,A2 ingle or transient business notices in the -loca deprehtare inserted at the rate of fifteen cents per liae-liberal contracts made for three, six or twelve months. tf. TAKE NoTIcE.-Execntor's or Adminis-: trators wishing notices inserted in the HER ALD must be prepared to pay for the same before insertion. Attorneys sending in such notices on behalf of their clients will be held responsible, and will be expected to pay when aeld on. They will al6o he held responsible for the publication of all notices in Blankrupt cases. Tnrnient advertisements of any kind must be paid for in advance, if the parties adver tising do not reside in town. Job work and subscriptions strictly cash. All papers shall be stopped hereafter as soon as the term of subscription expires, un less satisfactory arrangements are made to continue the same. The X mark denotes expiration-after that the paper Is discontinued. Ilear these things in mind. 3-tf, IDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. E. H. Christ...

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. — 4 February 1874

FEBRUARY. 19 M iTJ|W T F1 81 11 21 31 4 5 6 1 7; 8 C9 10 11|12 13 14! 15 16, 17 _18 119 20 211 22 3 24,251.26 27. 28 CUL'JRE NEEDED BY FAR MERS. The question returns. May not the aeage farmer of to-day give more time 'to the cultivation of his mind ad heart, aud will it not pay? We allnow how pressing are the du ties of the farmer, especially in the busy season. The motto seems to be that-IWe must rise up early, sit up late, and eat the bread of carefulness, in ordr to make our ends meet, at the end of the year." Our bodies are jaded and fatigned : our minds partake of the same feeling; we hardly find time to read, and scarcely time to write to a friend, and, when we meet a townsman and engage in conversa tion on current-topies, we feel humili ated to find how stupid and ignorant we ae. Now, I claim that this state of things ought not to be. If our busi ness makes us slaves, dwarfing our minds, blunting our better sensibil ities, incapacitating us for the duties of good and useful 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. — 11 February 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted to. Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriltr,akes&o VoL xe WEDNESDAY MOIRNING, FBRUARY .11,484 . * THE HERALID' * 18 PUBLISHED ZVRY WEDNESDAY MORNING, Jt Newbomw 0. In, BY THWIO. . ORIKKEP4 )EdItor anmd Proprietor. 2*lm p*AOier Jb"W2913, l avuakwy it Advance. 4Sopdat the expiratimn Of E?%Te H mzrk denotes expiration of sub M~Fom the SIgnot and -1oMRL] 0* 1 k Geueral A. Q~ Garliottion, fur ashm tWe beautiful Hoes on *'L1ife-Its Irypos.2 in sweet cadence they are not be hWn tbe OSummer Rose" of Richard Henry LIFE-ITS TYPES. ~ Pmd:xA.LC. GA3MMNTOX Tahob_ Ros% at early morn. 1dwyfreshuess.gW~ets the eye; Do ci daj~ sW ldswo. In1 drooplogleavas wMll fade and die. .tjgClouds that skitt the sky, AW1bYte irsWk of parting daey, V-#*knb.xpmmre IM1 tlbeasers eye el -113v 2620Dwet and pass ;;Ay! jUqenulY moon, through starry skies, ,*ft afteery truain P'-ads on ber way; Wbev from ber coach Aurora bles, -7Shifteis beforeAithe bgter day. But swee Spring-time will come...

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. — 11 February 1874

The 8euth-er Duty and her For nearly fifteen years, the Soutl --a country endowed with natura. capabilities unsurpassed by any othei in .the world, has rested beneath a el F4. Fit e -ist four years, she was desolated by*- terribli war, which Iaa foowed for hitter years by an un qinetpeace. BRt her glorious land is -Ift her. Tears and regr--t are un ndi6y is unbecom - inga opie whose.valor is historic. A CW1t s3 be done, and it must v_.begn -euor the generation -the eou-itrT in her borro IUpass away without be ~o~g~hi gory The crisis- in her history is past; but her people have not reached the -.ftioi -of their sufferings. They S,fair 'and a goodly heritage"; -dt;at is:practically a desolation. What is a paradise without a bird! Where there are tens there should ie iiosinds, and *here there are theitands there should be mlions of psdperousvaad happy people. The pass must grow, the grains must sprnng up, the vine must be planted, the cotton must bloom, the mines must give up their tre...

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