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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 February 1874

Speci ana Local. .orgranient busines notites in -epartmet are' inserted at the rate of fifteen cents per line-liberal contracts - defthree, six or twelve months. tf. AG - ifrAjtLESTo'r.-The ad YVetlSifgeucy of -Mesrs. Walker, Evans & Voi irepresented by Roswell T. Logan, Eq.; is the only autborized aency for this ,aper iWCharlestop. E S. M. PE?TEqGILL & Co., 10 State Street,'Bo-ton, 37 Park Ptow, New York, and 701.0 Chestnut .Street, Philadelphia, are our - Agents fur procuring advertisements fur our paper in the above cities, and authorized to a4eentract for adverriing at our lowest rates. du ,TAxz Norrc&-E%entor's or Adminis Utors wishing notices inserted in the HER - .a must be prepared to pay for the same before insertion. Attorneys sending in such %oimAmbebaff of their clients will be- held Tiespons1ble, and wilt betxpected to pay when called on. They'l alsoW held responsible for the pablicaton of all notices in Bankrupt cases. - IW M adiertiseneuts of any kind must...

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. — 11 February 1874

FEBRUARY. 8 M T W IT F S 1 21 31 41 5 61 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 141 15 16 17 18 19 20 211 22 23 24 25 26! 27 281 ABOUT BEES. The king is stingless; "armed only with his magnificent port." Modern-scienceregards this so-call ed. king as mother 'and monarch of the hive. It is found that she lives four years, and' is hatched from the egg in fourteen days; 'ihUe the workers require twenty one days, and- the droners twenty four. These strange figures are partJof the mystery attached to &lees'; but a still more curious fact connected with this point is, that thebees havethe power at will of developing common eggs into queen bess. This is done by removing an egg into a royal cell, and feeding the little grub with a substance of a milky, gelatinous appearince, know as "royal jelly." -These facts have been ascertain ed without doubt by Mr. Pettigrew, .one of the most suceessfu" bee keepers of the day; though what the exact analysis of- this' "royal jely" may be is utterly unknown. The chief fu...

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

AAV A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Iisceilany, News, Agriculture, Markets &c Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1874. No. 6. THE HERALD IS PUBLISBED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOtNING, At Newberry C. U., BY THO. F. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, $2.50 per Innum,. Invariably in Advance. I) The paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is paid. 07, The X mark denotes expiration of sub cription. [From the Signet and .ournal.] Our friend, General A. C. Garlington, fur nishes the beautiful lines on "Life-its Types." In sweet cadence they are not be hind the "Summer Rose" of Richard Henry Wilde. LIFE-ITS TYPES. NX GE. A. C. GARLINGTON. The blushing Rose, at early morn. In dewy freshness greets the eye; But ere another day shall dawn. Its drooping leaves will fade and die. The glowing Clouds mat skirt the sky, Along the track of parting day, With rapture fill the gazer's eye, Jow soon to melt and pass away! The queenly Moon, through starry skies, With silve...

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 Ikdth--RerDty .ad her *Deiny. For nearly fifteen yeari teutl -a eountry endowed with natura capabilities- unsurpassed by any other in the mrorlK, ha reste& -beneath n cloud. *For the first four years, she was desolate by a teribli war, which was foRowed'for bitter years by an1n quief peicei But her glorious land is left her.. Tea W and regret are un avilingand dep0n ney is'snbecom ing.x,PpPe whose valor is.historic. A great work is to be.done, and it must begun soon, or the generation whiefisa beheld the cou:itry in her sorow,1 wi, pass away without be holding her glory. The erisis in her history is past; but her, people have not reached the fruition of .their. sufferings. They osses'afair andagoddly heritage; latit'is practically a desolation. What is a paradise without a bird ! Whern there are tens there should be thOands, and where there are thousands there should be millions of prospefous and happy people. The - grass must grow, the grains must spring -up, the vine must ...

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. — 11 February 1874

-Spedal-sand-U-cal. All single o'r tran.-ent btsine,s notices in the local deprti&tave lserted satbe rate of fifteen cents per liac-liberal contracts made for itree, six or twelve montis.' * tf. Ota Aoxrs _Lx.CaaRL,sTo.-fie ad-1 vertising agency of Mes3rs. Walker. Evans & CogsweU, represented by Roswell T. Logan, F.sq., is.the only arthorized agency for this paper in Charleston. [- S. 3L. PETTEOIL. & Co., 10 State Street, Roton, 37 Park Rowv, New York, and 701 Chestnut Stre-r, PAfladelphi:, are our Agens for procuring advertisements for our paper in the above cities, and authorized to contract for advertising at our lowett rates. TAKE xoTxc&.-Ececutor's or Adminis trators wishing notices inserted in the HIER-' ALD must be prepared to pay for the same before insertion. Attorneys sending in such notices on behalf of their ellents will be held responsible, and wilkbc bxpected to pay when cal!ld on. They will also be held responsible for the publica:ion of all notices in...

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. — 11 February 1874

FEBRUARY. s l I T W T F 1 213I4 5 6 7 18 9|10 111 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 211 22. 23 24 25 26. 27 281 ABOUT BEES. The king is stingless; "armed only with his magnificent port." Modern science regards this so-call e I king as mother and monarch of the hive. It is found that she lives four years, and is hatched from the egg in fourteen days; while-the workers require twenty one days, and the droners twenty four. These strange figures are part of the mystery attached to bees; but a still more curious fact connected with this point is, that the bees have the power at will of developing common eggs into queen bees. This is done by removing an egg into a royal cell, and feeding the little grub with a substance of a milky, gelatinous appearance, know as "royal jelly." These facts have been ascertain ed without doubt by Mr. Pettigrew, one of the most successful bee keepers of the day; though what the exact analysis of this "royal jelly" may be is utterly unknown. The chief function of th...

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. — 18 February 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c. Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1874. THE HERAL IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, Editor aid Proprietor. Terms, $2.40O per Jantui Invariably in Advance. Th iper is toped at the expiration O 17 The M mark denotes expiration of sab cription. A SONG FOR PEACE. JOAQUN XILLER. WAs aWaie that istold,. aa vision, Forgijcan forget; forlsay That the.trme shall endurethe derision Of f1ie false till the fall of the day; Ay, forgive asyou would be forgiyen; - Ay, forget,lesi the ill you have done Be rernemberedagaiait you in Heaven Andall the days under the son. orwhha6 l -have bread without labor? fd wh sad have rest without price? And who shall bold.war with his neighbor witi proise of peace with the ChriFt. -The-ypfs myay hand on fa irEaven; af pTace and displace the red stars; Maes aM.bemas blood Sagim at driven ismeset it beautifti bars; May shroud them, in black till they fret us As pOed...

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. — 18 February 1874

Fox Tu Hznn. To-Day and To-Merrow. Not that we have, but that we hope to have Binds us to eartb. To4ay outshines not heaven Only To-mowrw fond so cbeats our faith - That Hlves, can live, but in desps'd To-day The ernstare of our wish, that supplements The eWrylack of each new born T,-day. We esaus that we're in love with life; And so we are, but not with that we thiuk: Earth draws as not,'is we in love fold earih. As-somefond heart all restless with his love, For that be feels a want in all her moods, Yet when away, beholds her fair and true, Nor dreams of new fountaius of his own de sire He draws her worth and loves but whom she masks: So fret we at To-day, but not at earth; For earth, we say, To-morrow shall be fair, Nor see, poor fools, To-morrow's all our own: That earth has but To-day, the rest we lend And, all fbrgetful, reach for what we have. Newberry, S. C. *. A. 0. ---mo.---eano [SLcrn ro Ta HNaLD. A Little Boy's Thoughts. "I am a little boy about so many years old; don'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. — 18 February 1874

Spec and Local. All single or transient business wotices in t the local de"arrnent are inserted at the rate of lifteen cents per line-liberal contracts3 made for thrre. sfx or twelve mouths. tf. Taxi Nonca.-E%ecutor's or Admi-ig ratmo wishing notices inserted in the H.x azo must be prepared to pay for the same before insortion. Attorneys sending in such C notices on behalf of their clients will be held t responsible, and will be expected to pay when t clled on. 'itsy wiMl also be held responsible for the - pabliesti'ot all notices in Bankrupt cases. Tranelnt advertisements of any kind must he paid for In advance, if the parties adver tising do not reside in town. s Job work and subscriptions strictly cash. t All papers bhall be stopped hereafter as s)n as the term of subscription expi:es, un less stisteetory arrangements are made to cotirseists same. The4 mark denotesexpiration-after that ispape Is discontinued. V r Br these thlegs in mind. 3-tf, t If yf. have anything to Auction se...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 February 1874

-TRBRUJART. A& L __19 10, 11|12 113 1-4 16 17 18 119 20 21 23 24 25 - 26 21 7 28 MOUP-MAKING. There is no way in which the com fable abundance of a table jnay lie better insured, while at the same time ytrict eye is kept upon economical ex penditure of means, than by an almost daily addition of soup to the family d&8ner. It is only when concoeted by an indifferent cook that soup dc. serves the contemptuous sobriquet ol e often applied to it. It is suprising from what a scar ty Pfotment of material a. dain4y disb of-oup may be supplied.- Let a roast otheif be consumea to th6 very bone q, turkey or pair of fowls deprived ol every joint, ytif the carcass is 'sui iway, it fIurnishes at'once the ~needed basis. The French understand this t< perfection, and we read that in Pais ian kitchens a closed vessel, contain. ing "potage," is ever at the fireside awaiting any contribution the skillfu. grisette anon supplies from the surphi of other dishes in process of prepara tion. .In t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 February 1874

i .. II A Pamily on, Devoted to Literature, celAgriulture, 3arkes, &e o WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1874. VOL. XO' -M SA THE HERALD 18 PUBLISHED ZVK9Y--WrbOKCSDAv MOIRIUG2 Editor and Propretgor. Ter,4 $2406@per f"nMI,w Invariably in Adv=4* ?Fb~ei.4tbDe&at the r vnmt Tbe A mrk devotm ex*Wm,io *f sob scription. A %ONVx FOR PEACE. 1" 0 thi z. tp_ zNR~~ ~ teL say haWai yo:wod bif4re; ry,forpeti-lats the YOO%_w4w. as to ar- -A4n My gdfi,";.dqou&fQt&usp *u0m.)jkJ by the h X ~ egb The1 islcle~ taaa '~ii%!bo-itansax lpfub bykte pbw uthe au, ~~~. on -ioing,iUUnl ago ~ r~1~i~ ~i:heet yelttb, I. felt an ~t~6DS~' lon~n~ti~ visit the land -of~y fore-fathers--to gaze on itS rn~g~wre~tbed hill3, its r(~ mantic locks and glens. I eagei~ lv nai.n~d nil thA hnnit~ Pnn(~rrb cealed my real name on arriving in' :S6ouand, and -adoptid that% Mowbray.- Had I not done this myjife might have been entireli different from. what it has been but it is useless,to speculate aboul the unalterable. 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. — 18 February 1874

Fon rM HWi. T.e-Day sad TeoMmow. . Not that we hare, but that we hope to have Bids as to earth., To-day outshines not OWTfe-tarow fond so eleats our faith - ThA Hves, can livei but indespis'd ro-day Tme of e wish, that supplements Zhamtalacof eah ew borm To-day. W pasthajw're in love with life; Aber, st sith at we think: Earth:Niimus sot 'ds wein love fld earth. As se lf-beart'a w restless witb his love. For uth#*eluie want In all her mood;, Yet when away, beholds her fair and true, Nor dreams of new fountains of his own de He draws her worth and loves but whom she masks: SofrN Weat To-day, but not at earth; For earth, wesy, To-morrow shall be fair, Nor ee, poor fools, To-morrow's all our own: bTh.a tei Iras but To;day, the rest we lend And, Sl forgetful, reach for what we have. Newberry, S.C. - A.. ISULCTZD Pot TnE HER ALD. A- ittle Boy's Thoughts. **I am a little boy about so many years old; don't know whether I am a good ittle boy, but Pm afraid not, for I sometimes do wicked thi...

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. — 18 February 1874

spcial an oca. A!t u&or transient bsInes notices In t)eioW department are inserted at the rate fStm-.t erlne-libera contracts maderfr three, si or twelve months. tt TaxI Wojcs.-E%eemtor's or Admini Mtt vr%ain votees inserted in the Hak aD2.at be prepared-to pay for the same before inertion. Attorneys sending in such jpmOS behalf of their ceat will be held A4j*and wll'be expected to pay when . Theywi! also be held responsible for th VSteSf of all voties in Bankrupt cases. Tringant advertsements of any kind musti be v*d for in advance. if the parties adver do not reside in town. Job'* and subscriptionsstrictly cash. Ar-pspers shall be stopped hereafter as SasU th m. of aubscriptioeexpires, un -.asiefatory arraigementa are uade to etiSULsiUhe-sam rdotesexpiratio-after that t~h tings -in mind. 3-tf 4z# have anything to Auction send It to W. C. CHASE & CO. W. CCHASE & CO. ~t C n~ Z 1 S =s with Groceries, by 3. W. C CHA E. W. C.aCASE'S. -ane Kentuky CoreWhiskey b retail orwbol...

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. — 18 February 1874

FEBRUARY. 1 '21, 3 4 5 6 8 10o 11 12 13 14 15 A 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 . 26. 27 28 -~SOUP-MAK NG. TIee is no way in which the vom. fortable-abundance of a table may I bett ii4ired, while at the same tim( a suriet eyeiskept upon economical ex pediture of means, than by an almosi 4iyaddiiou of soup to the family dinn. It is only when coneocted by aadiferent cook that soup de atemptuous. sobriquet.ol &appie t it Itis suprising from what a sean ty 4otu t of inatarial a dainty diIA Q(*Pay bo supplied. Letoa oi of liif be consumed to the very bone 6t pair.of fowls deprived ', evernt, yet if tud careaws is. pi away, it furnishes at once the needei basi& he French understand this tA ,perfectiou, ana-we read that in Paris iaulithens a closed vessel, contain -ipei3eer, rt- th:fireside awiteg nty coutribntion the skillfu gisette anon supplies from the surplz of.other dishes in prces of prepara #j r Igte bserre alway to layyowikt in.the - bottom4t enctt og tfiA meat up, or a lceisekig ...

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. — 25 February 1874

AFamily Companioo1, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets &c. ~i * - X.-W DEDYMONN,FBURY2,17N THE HERALD 13 PUBLISHED zVicRy WEuxTMAY MORNING, At Newberry C Editor And Proprietor. Terj*4 V9.50 per Olnumn' ~b~pr s, stopped at thle expiratIO31 Of WrMb~4 q k#* denot4% expiation of sub VZ)On6lt to tb's J>jjffor pleamM.e, ..;-Lvr yet to the ]Fnture'turn;. -F44 he Past bas fiRted Its measure, Xc~h~at, oyt tho Fnume. Caniue'6ortitLs canl our own*; OuLv gun tMe Kiog Pmeent, Here alone we bave our how e. MeMory .throws deCitful gla mour Backvitd eei the path of-Wfe 4oi i';oert'Oeroa!)eAt places, .,C6kig ~ he*6 ne of sinfe. Uitds YX and Hatle- sorrOWS, Th &AbeFPAA.1- bishabrought. *Y &%.J-w4sy w;emore. buCebeAtsurenc,-7 t~~io.tbe living Present ~ ~b~utmeot oR 'lis. ~#r~nA '~nThA I~~ft14t SIR 5LAVfl~ftt111C? it. have paid several thousands ofol lats to secure them." The-facts I have briefly descanted on are known to many on Wall and Broad streets and on 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. — 25 February 1874

[SWWZDm roM Is H=RaM. To a Giany Foul, That comes and squawks under his winder p_odeay, and makts him mad exceed Ya speckled ei#er, you! Wa ihwder're squawking about? Dees aythIsg hurt you? or do you squawk That w' .lk Gny, wherM you come fOm. dice? What'am ~doIta V& your homely head Oat'ifrom under your wing and squawk f4r? What's underyourwing to make you squawk, You speckled swine of a bird? Baok-offens0ve. I reekoo, elsowise You'd keep it there, for it looks better hid. Wba dp you. get on the fence and squawk Doyowsee anything alarmink, you white Speckled-athered, squawking fool? Bi.jlo 7o' sppos a feller can read or * Wit9, Or uew,-or live, you discordant, old, busted, Brasvewch born, with all the keys open And the month-piece cracked! I wish I could pisen you, you everlasting, perpetuat, squawking machine! Wae thlkink about?-home? , Te rascay eptom. o a Ginny war-gong, A Cogo tam-an and concb-shell, A down-east viWage brass band. Dry op! you speckled parody of a machine Do...

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. — 25 February 1874

SpW,ii Local. OfMi:le or transient bs%Jess notees in the local department are Inserted at the rate of Afteen cents per line-liberal contracts made for three, six or twelve months. tf. Taxz NoTicz.-Executor's or Adminis Urators whing notices inserted in the Hzr AjLD mus-beprepared to pay for the same befom ierio. Attorneys sending in such notices on behalf of their clients wil be held . gesponsible, and will be expected to pay when eesea on. iy wi- also be heid responsible for the poblicaton of all notices in Bankrupt cases. Transient advertisements of any kind must be paid for In advance, if the parties adyer *tiqg donot res in town. Job wark and subscriptions strictly cash. Al paper shall be stopped hereafter as soemas he term of snbscription expires. un les @atsactory arrangements are made to e6nuwintbe same. The nark dentesexpiration-after that epaper is discontinued. DMA M things in mind. 3-tf, I y Xto Naw ADnanrztvS. John C. Dial Hardware & Cutlery. L. IL Marshall-Fish. J.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. — 25 February 1874

FEBRUARY. 8 Al Till* T F 1 2 31 4 5 1 617 9 10 11 12 13 141 15 16 17 18,19 20 211 22 93 :24 25!26 2 28 THE PRIZE SONG. Tbe priseoffered by the National Grange or'-auns orusbandry for a song adapted to-ti se of that Order, was awarded to Mrs. Tacer; for the foUowing, which has been W to Uiaic: sTi oum to guard a sacred trust, -Weshape a heaen-born plan; -thmenoble urpose wse and just, To aid our feHow man. 1iaiiO t6talifornia's slope, - .the resp essceg: V a wUflathe adtIbIf hope, To slay the giant Wrong." Tlong hav.Avarie and Greed 1thboters sunnnigo'er, ~aqwsorrotd, and diss,-adhneed~ Tojabor's humble door; r0a 31aiae to California's slope, 1A-mni J'i iia.zeaper's song;, We,4e to build the nation's bope To slay the 1iant Wrong." Aroyal road to plac and power, 'mave rank and title been; We herald the anpicioui hour, Swhe. bmes&Wertbmawi;.. From Maine to C.Llifornia's sL.pe, : "Resounds the reape'rs song; **We e~ome, to build the t.itlon's hope, To sLay the giant Wrong." Lettvery...

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. — 25 February 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets &c WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1874. N. 8 THE HERALE IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUNING, Ed .r tiid eroprietor'. ~neriably in Advance. O The paper" stopped at the expiration o sJiW (oe. hcit Is paid, delotes expiration of sub NOW. Lok notto the Pdst lor plea-ure, Wor yet to tbe Future turm; For the Pavt has filled its measure, )Ct, jtJ,iis .,Memory's urn. Stshe Pastr,noryet the Future, Ch we mortls call our own; Oraly ours the living Present, Here alone we have our home. Memory throws deceitful.glamour Back nazd.o'er: the path of LU, SmoLhig over the roughest places, * Cov'.ing up the scenes of strife. Little joys and little sorrows, a Wool afAWarp together wrought, Make the texture of the fabric ' That the Past'to us has brought. isopoedisbyx1th ifted fieger., Pollting a future store, Sweetly whispering. That obtaining, YobM be hiappy eyermore. PirlIng Hope-utebeats our fancies, Does us wring ,...

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. — 25 February 1874

iS- I urac 703 om n HEIAW-. To a Ginny Fou, Tha comes and squawks under his winde periodically, and mkes b-mad exceed Ingly: * "Yoimserable, speektedefter, you! What'atbuuder're squawtaig aboit? Does aarkhIg bIt you? or do-you squavvi That wWji.xny., wbew you coamfnom. ABdsosaiek -owftomducadoalprenja dice? WhZt'en -1- you pull your bomeli head Out'0d from under your wing and squawi for? Whanderyourwing to make you squawk You specked swine of a bird? Somethik elensire, f reckoa, elsewise You'd keep it there, for it looks better hid. What do you get on the fence and squawl for? Dayou see anything alarmink, yov white gilled, Speckled-feathered, squawking fool? How do you suppose a feller can read o write, Or sleep, or live, you discordant, old, busted Brass Fench born, with all the keys open And the mouth-piece cracked! I wish I could pisen you, you everlasting perpetual, squawking machine! What'pe thinking about?-home? You rascally epitome of a Ginny war-gong, A Congo tum-tum and con...

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