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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 March 1874

Spdcial and Local. A. singe or transent business.aotice in the local department are inserted at the rate of fifteen cents per linc-liberal contracts made for three, six or twelve months. tf The American Sardine Co.'s Bone less Sardines, are much better, and less than half the cost of imported Sardines. 8--ly. TAKE NWOCE.-All parties having Ad ininistrator's or Executor's Notices for publication. will save themselves trouble by coming prepared to pay for the sane insertion. as our terms are cash. Lawyers handing in such notices will be held responsible for the payment. Tfiey will a1zo.be held responsible for the publiestion of all notices in Bankrupt cases. Transient advertisements of any kind must be paid for in advauce, if the parties adver tising do UOt rcside in town. _Jobwork and siicriptions strictly cash. AV papers shall- be ,topped hereafter as aoon-as thr term of subscription expires, un less satifactory arrangements are made to continne t,e same.: TheX mark denotesexpiratio...

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 March 1874

Im~m,~arb* ~ ~ozsjab* MARCH. rs M IT WIT F ISi 1 .2 31 4 5 61 7i 8 9 10 11 12 13 14; 1 16- 17 18 19 20 211 23 24 25) 26. 27 28 2930 31 - - - LAUQRSAVINGIMPLEMENTS AND DIVERSIFIED AG RI CULTURE. The leading and far-seeing agricul turistsofthe South haverepeatedlyurg ed thepeople to adopt the plan of diversi Sed husbandry, as an indispensable prerequisite to future independence and prosperity, but as yet to little or 4o avail. Labor-saving machinery is ity bound to effect by actual fctsidid results that which precept has thu,aar failed to accomplish. The motus *perandi by which this all nrt n t reformation is to be brought 'bogt we propose now to consider. We hd that the inventive genius of the psnt day has not ignored the demands for improved implements, bearing upon the production of that maospotent of Southern staples, cotton; but has produced labor-saving ma hiAery well adapted to every process cwnnected with it, from the preparation l and the planting of the seed to its shipment ...

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 March 1874

A Family Companionl, Devoted to Literature, Iiscellany, News, Agriculture, Mar Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1874.N THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVEPY WEDNESDAY M0lNING, .Il0t.o, K REHh Editor and Proprietor. Terms, $950 per Invariably in Advance. C; The paper is stopped at the.expiration of ti=a, for which it is paid. C7 The M mark denotes expiration of sub scription. jFrom Qur Firebide Friend]. THE L. A W Y E RS PATRON SAINT. A LEGEND. BY MARY E. GRISWOLD. A glorious Italian sunset was dying; the last faikt-golden glow 4Mfed -the.dome of St. Peters, while twi light brooded below; And the morning's beautiful garment and sandals of rosy light, Tattered, and worn, and faded, were unclasp ed by the fingers of night. In the garden of the villa Medici, near the fountain's mossy brim, Lingered the Lawyer. Givonui, while the evening's shadows dim, Fell like a mantle around him; did he heed the gathering gloom? Or watch o'er the Pincan hilltop the rising full-orbed moon? Nay! to-night hi...

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 March 1874

The Church Spider. Two spiders, so the story gue-, Upon a livig bent, F.nteredi thimlinc ho o:.e day, And hopeFully wire hear. to sa. "I'ere -xe hi Irvc :I. least, fair pl v, With notbiul- to prevent." Ea--.i eose his p;ace,-ind went to wr-r The light webs grew apaci: One on thbaltsr spun his thread, l:i: shorily came the sexton dread, And ggepthin offY and so half de.ti. le sought another place. "I'tt tv"yte pulpit next," saiti lie, "Tire, surely, is a prize: The .k1up;>zar, sa n-.-it :m cnleca::, I-m sure > -P:pider there li is Beide;, h.w often h:ave I seen The pastor brushing lie.' j lie tried the pulpit, but alas! Ills hopes proved visionary; With ating-brus;h the se-xioulare .'..ad si,oite.1 his geometric game, Nor gx; iin time or p.X*e to el.1ii A: lea-th. b:, s:trved and we-t aod an Ile sought his former neighbor, Who now bad grox so s-eck aud foaud !1e weighed a fraction of a ua:, gAl luoA:'d as if he art: he'd found Of living withont labor. ''Hov i.it, friend," he aN...

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 March 1874

Special and Local. .Apingle.or transient business notices it tYeocal depa-tment are inerted at the ratf or fifteen cents per liac-liberal contract! made for three, six or twelve months. tf The American Sardine Co.'s Bone le=s Sardines. are much better. and | less than half the cost of imported Sardines. s-1v. T.u: Nore.-All par:tes havin-. Ad ini-.trator's or Executor's Notles f.r publica.tioni. will save tIheiiielve. trouble I)y con.- pr-pare,l to pay for tile "aiIe 1r M insertion, Us otr aerms a d0% s. Lhwyers li.uling in such notice. will be field responsible tor the pLayment. - They will al,o be lid-l responsible for the publication of all notices in Biankrupt cases. Transient advertisements of any kind must be paid for in advance. if the parties adver tMfing do not reside in town. .1,b work and subicriptions strictly cash. Asl papers shall be stopped hereafter as soon as the term of subscription expires, un lezi satisfactory arraugements are made to continue the same. The o mar...

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 March 1874

MARCH. is NJ T W T F 8, 1 213 4 5 61-7i 8 .9 10 11112 13 14! 15 16 17 18119 20 21i 22 23 24 25126127-28 29 30 31 A"OR SAVING IMPLEMENTS AND DIVERSIFIED AG RI CULTURE. The leading and far-seeing agricul turistsofthe South have repeatedly urg ed the people to adopt the plan of diversi fled husbandry, as an indispensable prerequisite to future independence and prosperity, but as yet to little o no avail Labor-saving machinery i. necessarily bound to effect by actual facts and results that which precept ha thuafar failed to accomplish. Tb modus operandi by which this all important reformation is to be brough about we propose now to consider. We find that the inventive genius oj the present day has not ignored th( demands for improved implements bearing upon the production of tha1 most potent of Southern staples, cotton but has produced labor-saving ma chinery well adapted to every .proces connected with it, from the preparatiox for and the planting of the seed to it shipment into market...

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 March 1874

* - -*- - A Family Companii, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets &c Vol. X0 WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1874. No. 12. TH"E HERALD IS PUBILISHED EVERY WVEDNESDAY MO0l1.IN It 'Newberry C. K.9 Termg~s,".,50 oper. Jun tanl, Invariably in Advance. i*e 'the .xpintI0- of.] time 011r bi' pwid. oxpf stb (Front Oar MLouo%Wy.) THE EM IGRANT91% FARE-, Iff Mifti&X FIT'ZGERALV The fai~t breeze from Erhti has passed o'er my leaye thee my cuun.try fairt we'l flhough th(,u CT 6~ ljfeL pU*s that itirg me, the velus' of, my heart, * Tivgdoug the blue clouds which h- C o'er my breast Thii) tJ3 p t~ithe to~iti'er the While on tb,y,green bosom I gaze-and-I weep. mfrV.V"rneen, arewell. 44*A9Ae4CAle*7 diffiT eye wr os thy ~kwilm 4 ea fixinis iAj on --thedead, He 66 'er it'e cord earth whose spirit Is Xwl. The tear drooping willow bangs o'er thy lu ii b roken each sonI Stir .d~~ appears tbv. sweet type. lerne, is gemm'd by Z -~ jEthaTourneen, farewell. ~weffft r no loge Ig...

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 March 1874

We commend the following from the. 6iristiani Index,. to the attentive perusal of our farmer readers: eeting of the Cotton States Agricultural Congress. At the session of the Cotton States Agricultural congress, held last Novem be f ption ofn. rt Berry, of Mis sissijkAihe fol1owing resolutions were adopte4 COzVt1), l&solved, That this colvention, when4badjouMs,--wiWadjourn to meet under-the call of4he. President on six. tv dayknotice, throughe newspapers of t'he Cotton States. at such time and place as he niay'esignate. Delegates composing said meeting shall be ap pointe&.y the State .Granges.wh1en in session .or in vacation by the. Master. _Ea?h tate shall~.be eutided to one deei 'for each' Representative ahd Senator they are entitled to in the Uniteji.States Congre&s and the Mas ters .of the State Granges, and that.the kStYe ,Agricutuiral Society of~'the Southemr Stafes be requested to send delegates to said convention.. - - esolved, That. iW view of making our farms i...

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 March 1874

All iale or transient businets notiCes in ,4depaggtgbe"e i9se:ged-st the rate t-fifcen cents per,;1ta--liberal contracts made for tbrews-b rWelve months. tf. T lie ferican Sardine COs'-Bi&re j ess Sardies*re~ naichettr i less4thas half the-tof imported Z: fZKA NOTlCE.-All partimS: haiing Ad inistrator'6s or Executor's. Notices for Af ~bliation. will save themselves trouble eoiit Prepared to. pay for the samne 7-llre insertion, as our teruis are Casb. Uwye-S handing in suehnoc,iCes will be b esinsible for the jnyd1t6nt. thq,wft also be held respoinsble. for the tu~aion.ofalt notices is Bankrupt cases. TrusentadvertisementsofanykinkdvUnst V9I4 f16a -ayuek If the parties adyer tbjQjk*,sI pbcriptiolis)s.tdr.* ca*. A s sball be stopped hereafter as .7O WAL a_;k 5 bsirptionexpires, un setietM -rranements are made to oatiksibe same. ,The u mark.dtesexpirtion-after that uft gaper isditinued. bes fn mind. 4f ef :Pto-LocO Notices. Perry & Srawson-Lcal Notice. Notice. SCbLathe4Anufl-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. — 25 March 1874

- MARCH. 8T IV t F, 2 3 4 5 6 7 a 9 10 11 12 13 141 115 16 117 .18 19 20 211 122123, 24125 26 27128 31 -i AVID PHOSPHATE AND COT tON SEED COMPOST. Believing phosphate of lime in a soluble form, combined with a certain amount of ammonia to be the best commercial fertilizer we could use, I have been for a number of Years making the pure dissolved b="I,he basis of the fertilizers V me, aud when the articles have been pure, they have given me entire satisfaction. In moticing the analysis of the Charlestn phosphates given by Prof. Holmes, and others, I found those phosphates give as great a percentage, and in some cases greater than pure bone. I conclu ded therefore to try them in place f the dissolved bone, and after three years' experience, I am con vinced that they are as good if not. better than the dissolved bone, ob tained by us from the North; they are pure, free from dirt, charcoal, plaster, &c., &c., and cost seven teen dollars per ton less. As I have been frequently ask...

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 March 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany News, Agriculture, Markets &c Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1874. No. 12. THE HERALD IS PUBLISnED~ EVERY WEDNESDAY MO-ING, At Newberry C. H., RY4MOS, P. GRENEKER, .Editor atu'l Proprieror. Terms.. $2.50 per dnum, Iuvariubly in Advance. Y'T Tbe paper .it stopped at the expirat ion of timt for thich it is paid. y?'7bo X mark 4denotes expiration of sub a rption. (From our tMont hly.) THE E. tI G R.AN T' F.A-R E WELL TO HIS N.ATsVE LAND. ~BYWLLIU FITZG IULD. The la t breeze from Eri. has passed o'er my brow, he-gldof the ocean is over me now, I'leave thee rny c,>autry farc we:l! though t!a.u art TIe life pulse that *Stirs me, the veins of ray he.art, fri ma Vourneet, farewell. te bright sun that falls to the west Tingeing the blue clouds which hang o'er J uny breast Tbe.hitk.bears me from thee to sail o'er the deep W hile on thy green bosom I gaze-and-I f Weep. Erin ma Vourneen, farewell. 'wepfor the spri;g time of beau...

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 March 1874

We commend the following from r the Ciri.-tpan Inde.c, to the attentive perusal of our farmer readers: Meeting or the Cotton States Agrieultural Congresx. At the session of the Cotton States - Agricultural couzress, held last Novel ber-on motion of Mr. Berry, of Mis sissippi, the fbllowing resolutions were adoptedl - o at this convention, whe ,itadjourns, will zdjouru to meet under the call of the President oni ty Jays notice,. through'the newspapers f ea a s'aei tinie and place as hensydeignate. mDelete' composing said meeting shall be 11 pointed by the State Grange when Iy session or in vacation bv the Master. Eaeh State shall be entitled to one x uelegate for each Ropresentative and v - Senator they are entitled to in the United Statts Congress and the Mas ters "ofhe State Granges, and that the State Agricultura Society of the au Southern States be requested to send ty delegates to said convention. iesolved, That in view of making our farms self-sustaining by sowing down one-thir...

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 March 1874

Special and Local. All .ingle or transient *>usines notices in kteocaleiartmient are inserted at the r:ite of fifteen cents Ter .liAe-liberal contracts made for three, six or twelve months. tf. The American Sardine Co.'s Bone less Sardines, are niuch-better, andi less than halfthe cost of imported Sardines. 8-y TAKE NoT1CE.-A1 parties having Ad inilstrator's or Executor's Notices for publk-tion. will save themselves t-ouble -oming pMAre d to pay for thu zoame bo-fo,re insertion. as our terums aro cash. Lawyersbharitlig in such notices will be held responsible for the payment. 9-tt. They will also be held responsible for the publication of all notices in Bankrupt cases. TransIent advertisements of any kind must be paid for tI advauce, if the parties adver ting do not reside in town. Job wpk apd subscriptions striCtY cah. All papers shall be atopped hereafter as soon as the tern of subscription expires, un tes satisfactory arrangements are made to continue the same. The o mark deno...

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 March 1874

farm, Narbtit $fl5d!. MARCH. I T IV IT F S, 1 2 31 4 5 61 7 8- 91 10 1112 13 14, 115116 17118 119 20 1 211 22 123 24 25 26 27 28 2:19130 1 31 - - - - ACID PHOSPHATE AND COT TON SEED COMPOST. Believing phosphate of lime ii a soluble form, combined with a certain amount of ammonia to be the best commercial fertilizer we could use, I have been for a numbei of years making the pure dissolved bone Ite basis of the fertilizerc used by me, and when the article have been pure, they have giver me entire satisfaction. In noticing the analysis of th( (harleston phosphates given b3 Prof. Holmes, and others, I fournc those phosphates give as great i percentage, and in some case. greater than pure bone. I conclu ded therefore to try them ii plae( of the dissolved bone, and aftei three years' experience, I am con vinced that they are as good if noi better than the dissolved bone, ob tained by us from the North; the: are pure, free from dirt, charcoal plaster, &c., &c., and cost seven teen ...

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

S. J~I1IIU -E244* A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1874. No.1 THENHERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, It (NWreY 0. 1.,s 9f THOS, Fe GRENSKE4R Ed: tor and ProprieOr. Invariably in Ahvauce. Theer is itye t the expirl4o t 101- Tbq4 ma rk denotes* exp i!stioal ofbs KECILDREW'S ROOM. timmy e were brfght with smiles, ~ Be~t'war ryifgt'estrength ofber wiles, 4U .ftabe4.iVit 64w iiparkling about, i was t1ifting out; ~ S~tiur -,i"y with a mernysgh MWjpWou& ane might please the eye: - Yet I wondered bow much was owing to art. .-Ad.wethcr~ tbe eengt bad any part, And I stoke awy, in- the gatbering gloom, ~Qityup to the thildren's room. Tbere were no rustling satins there, "wq&blOOUr, no jeweled hair, NotWig too a ce for wear and tear I ~~&tingfaigli and biearty shout, *,$ frc1"s feet WenZ Pripps about, y.falessly fu.'andl out! HZ jbjjosoW gjMj poinp, lIo fwo.us from baving a merry romp, ,,_epvt. iA...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 April 1874

The Next State. New Mexico applies at the farnily door f6r admission into the Union as a State. Couparatively little seems to be known of this territory, its fertility, its resources. and people, by the a 'er age re-der. Its geographical posi tion, distance from the settled portion of the other States, and inconvenient and uncomfortable modes of public travel redeir it almost inaccessible to the modern traveller, and its world is nearlya sealed book to the people be yond its litaits. She has an area of: about 400,000square miles, and claims a population of 112,000. She main tains also that her ability for self-sup port is well established, upon the gruid that, while all the other terri tories-hae, at some time during their territorial existence, appealed to charity for bread to feed their famish iaginhabitants, or relief from pesti. leneor fire, New Mexico, besides hav ing anz abundance for her own people, has always had a surplus more than sufficient to supply the army in New: Meii...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 April 1874

. uingle or transient au.inens Alife" i te YI-4al hnent are inserted at 11c rte t)f fifteen cents -per li;I--lib>eral conltra-t made for three, six or twelve months. tf. -The American Sardine Co.'s Bone-. les Sardines, are much better, and less than half the cost of imported Sardines. 8-1V. Tav NorTCE.-A0 parties having A' ministrator's or Executor's Notices for iation, will save themselves trouble ..coinz. *prepared to pay for the same insertion, as our terus aire cash. L-Wyft*and:in:r!_ such notices will be held responsible for the payment. They.wil al- ohe bel.l responsible for the pgiq of all notice. in Bankrupt cases. S TraniitadertisemCents of any kiud must be paid for in advance. if, the parties adver sitg ~do uot reside in town. Jbbwork and-subseriptons strictly cash. All papers' shall be stopped hereafter as 7odas teit tera of subscription expires, un im e6tisfactory arrangements am made to imei e the same. IU X Aark denotes expiration-after that 1 .p r is discontinued. ...

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. — 1 April 1874

SustJEat $ e52 ri. APRIL. 8 M T IV T F S, - 1 2 31 4 L5 6 .71 8 9 10 111 13 14 15 16 17 181 19 20 021 22 23. 24 25: 26 27 28 .29 t30 - ALITS ABOUT WORK. Petroleum is very cheap. We wish we could induce every reader to get a barrel and use it freely for preserving im'pements, machines, etc. In cold weather it is better to warm it before using, as wood will absorb much more of it. Examine every implement and -ma c*pe you have; clean it; oil the bolts di*t-*hteu the nuts, and put it in per feet oider. Then wash it with petro lenm. Go over it two or three times, ad get on as much as the wood will -absorb. Get out stone-boat and other planks. *epair old stone-boats and make new ones. Saturate them with petroleum. A farmer should fnd a stone boat for every team useful. For ordinary use two-inch plank is thick enough; but for large stones better have them 2j or 3 inches thick. Mend bags, mark them, number them, and put them in their. proper place. A piece of board say three feet long and s...

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

A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, MiSellaiy, News, Agriculture arkts, &c. Vol. X- WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1874. IS PUBLI1IUED YKItY WEDNESDAY MORINING, "At'NOWW"ot'. it., BY TH10. P. GRENEKER, Editor aml Proprietor. '1'ervs, $4.G4) per ann9enuen taivIriubly iU Advatice. 10, The a er is stoped at the expiratieut ilue for WiE i it iPspu f . r7' The M tuark denotes expiratiou of sub seripioni. Vottv". THlE OCHILD REN'N R002M. nY TIDWAnD OLYNDON. Manly faces were bright with smiles, leautty was trying tie strength of her wiles Flashes of wit flew ipnikling about, Merry innie was trifling out; But I turned away with a merry sigh, The gorgeous scene might pleaNe the eye: Yet I wondered how inuch -was owhig to art Anl whether the feehligs had any part, And I stole away, in the gathering gloor, Quietly up to the children's room. The (keiar old roomt with its childlike air! rhero were no ,stling satins there, No horrowed bloom, no Jeweled hair, Nothing too nice for wear and ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 April 1874

The Next State. New Mexico applies at the family door for admission into the Union as a da State. Comparatively little seems to -i be known of this territory, its fertility, its res-jurces. and people, by the a 'er n-e reader. Its geographic:d pwij de tion, distance fr&1m the settled portion th of the other States, and iuconvcnient ti und uncomfortable modes of public bi travel reuder it almost inaccessible t at the modern traveller, and its world is ,i< nearly a sealed book to the pe.,ple be - 1) vond its litnits. She has an area of an about 400,000 square wiles, and claims 1, a population of 112,000. She main- of tains also that her ability for self-sup- im, port is well established, upon the in ground that, while all the other terri- Si tories have, at some time duriug their w, territorial existeuce, appealed to as charity for bread to feed their fauish in inhabitants, or relief from pesti. tei lence or fire, New 31exico, besides hav- $4 ing an abundance for her own people...

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