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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 4 December 1884

I ECEMB F;I;. 8 i "1 4 15 1;0 17 i 92 1 22 2 - 4 25 1' 2 2.9 30 3 - - LITTER SW1NE LIGHlTLY. There is but little danger of horses cattle. and sheep being given too mauci litter; but where swine have a she! ter that wards o:i winds and rai and where t.!- hto:s are allowed t< herd togeth,er, they require verv littl( litter. i v*I thm to: mucl is conmon error, and is the source of nearly all the bronchial ani pulmon arv <fiseas.s which a:Tect hop i:i th< late winter and early spring. Th< boiy of the hog is o such a nature aud these aninals lhe so close togeth er, that if they have for litter a poor conductor of heat, they iiCOimte over heated in the shelter and chille( when they Cole outside. But th. lig.id excrement of swine is too val unble to be lost, and they should be supplied with dry earth. This af fords a convenient means of saving both solid and liquid excrement. and does not lead to disease. W ner hogs rapidly foul their bed, the litter should be removed each morn...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 11 December 1884

{rJ I410 019E 1Famiy Paper De'oted to Literatur. .iisc('lany, elews, ,1g1iculture Maitets, Of NEWBER-RY, S. C., HURSDAY, DEaEMER 11, 134.N - NOTICE. bef' otice i. lerth givern to al I :(ed itrs ol . M . C opp twk . t -e :t.,. tr . th ir " Iimslb; properly pr've: , i t he u derxi;ned in _ 1nt-diatcJy ;:tl tiu hare-ii :t,vtvi'e iudehtedl to Ii:c' sarme are rerpr .(t t, cti.- at ice. as anu early ret tieuki:L , lhis t.st:t'e i' (tt-itd. Jd:2N W.CPP4K No4..- t. 1'xtcutor. ,4,A PIAN OS, Upright and Square. p .leriority of ite --TIEF" po} re,-o":nized :1i41 acknowvlediged et t 'ih,tI I uts::I :Jathoritie-. and .lnd for them is i te;ttadii_ in -ng4 :1-: thei- metrims art, berotin e;_ xtIII.vely kn1own. IIgih st Honors Over :ll Amnri:ian and many European rivalN :t thIP FExposit-oil, Paris,'" 1878 100"di'l-eren t <'rlle-. tmit rie- :UM School . a to their I),rihility. They < re P rPfet in. T7n,e and Work m,Zail. j) <U#d Elegan t in Appearance. .\ hIrU_e; asso,ritmet tf secomiJ-h:ni...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 11 December 1884

T. F G1}FIl . l Ti)ITOI :s. R. H. GRIENEKEiR. Sr.. r E. H. AULL, A.- > NT - NEWBERRY, S. C. THURSDAY, DEC. 11. 18.4. A FAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. The Heral't is in the highest respcet a Fami ly Newspaper. devoted to the material in terests of the peopie of this County and the State. It circulates extensively. and as an Advcrtisirg medium otrers univaled ad vantases. For Terms. see first page. GRADED SCHOOLS OF COLIB3A. The report of the Superintendcnt of the city Graded schois of Colum bia, contains much vauable informa tion on the subject of Graded schools. The schools were run for seven months as free schools, the State ap propriation being supplemented by a local levy of one mill cn the proper ty in the city of Columhia. We have advocated and will continue to advocate the establishment of such a system in our city. It would do more for the material upbuilding of our town than anything else. The great educational wanc of our com munity and of the whole State is for good and efficien...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 11 December 1884

Local and Special. THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1884. Subscribers are asked to look at the figures opposite their names, and if y see that their subscriptions have m oired, will please remit the sum due. . This paper may be found on til'- at Gen. P. ell aCo's Newspaper Adverti 4ng Bu-: can (10 Spruce St..) where advert iMiing eon :.raet may ho -nule for it in New York 9Mr. L. S. Bowers, postmaster. at 'rosperity -.ur authorized agent at that pl.-ee 4.HI. Krahn wi:l alyo rec."iv." xmd re for subscriptl<ons at 1arusperity. nbscnbers will confsr a favor by exa. Sthe dates printed next their names, and d..: is not right they will please inform Mistakes will occur sometimes..e s. that was mortal of Mr. G. T. ake was consigned to the tomb last .nday morning. He died after a brief ilness in the 42d year of his age. His death was caused by neuralgia of the heart and brain, the result of a wound n the late war. A bullet ir>ke his col -bone and buried itself somewhere in I ie shoulder where it re...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 11 December 1884

-1 8 9I 10 A1 13 -I 14 15 16 17 819 - say :21 22 _-4u - t31 1ot trm, u-miR RrC IIOW TO MARE SOUP. and kno) T(, or:i:na ry COOr.S the1 1.ea) tion O : Soup is a .ns r they (on't seE: to : a';e t:d r or bil ity to une rsn::i. Yet, i r Criy InaC, t:ier is nothnI- moep, atable and whlesome mo th; well-to do nortion <>i evr eonunni tv it torms a very iinportn ,rt th e d.n.e,.."uE:eis -:yr : - why it slmuim not ins urn s cardedt as it is by t.ep . i or it is not onl1y nOurish!ing'. but L;n e m1Rie,; i to constitute a t argt e 1rtho .) i eir diet withi quite as nuch1 if !o more economy than it is OsiUl in the use of other dlishCz. Every utensil used in the ckin_ Should be scrupul>u.sly Clean. The a saUCepanU icveS s:ouii1 l OOkeCd :n ter. and thecir ri::s, al:al etcen h:umdles, not negrlected. Watch yoar fir,-. and sl:(o[ there be the least smoke always remove your saucepan to a safe distance when you have occasion to lift the lid. The meat should be lean and used as soon after kil...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 18 December 1884

A Family Paper Devoted to Literature. Mliscellany, News, Agriculture, Alarkets, &c. oL XX. NEWB E RRY. S. C ., T HU RSD A,Y, IDE CEME ER 18, 1884. rGtUNS AT COS'l iaving determined to close o .ock of Guns before Christmas, .ierig the entire lot at cost fo The stoek is all new , bought this low prices, and this is an oppoi seldom ofiered of getting a nice Gt very small price at S. P. BOOZER 50-3t. -Hardware Si PIA N OS, p(I Upright and Sqt et n"-periority of the ---T1 A frai recognizel and acknowI drt-e highest musial authoritir y.-aemaud for them is as stead asing as their merits are bec< ..ore extensively known. fligh est Honor Over s4l American andl manly Eur rivals :at the Exposition, Paris. 1S Have the Endorsement of ove 100 different Colleges. Sewinari Schools as to their Durability 'hey are Perfect in Tone and i manship and Elegant in Appearance. A large assortment of second Pianos slw'ays on hand. General Wholesale Agents fo Burdett, Palace, Sterilig. New gland, and Wi...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 18 December 1884

TIE IIEIILII\I 1Al S,' T. F. GRENEKER, 1".iTO11. B. H. GRENEKER, Sr.. E. H. AULL, ASSISTANT EDT. NEWBERRY, S. C. THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1884. A PAPER FOR TIHE PEOPLE. The Herald is in the highest respect a Fami ly Newspaper, devoted to the material in terests of the people of this County and the State. It circulates extensively. and as an Advertising medimn offers unrivalled ad vantages. For Terms. see first page. The question that seems the most perplexing, and the one most difficult of solution to the editors and news paper correspondents of this coun try in regard to the new administra tion which begins in March next, is the question of the mistress of the White House. The average editor can very easily fix up the Cabinet and the foreigu appointments. All these things have been settled by him with very little difficulty. Whether it has yet. occurred to him that Mr. Cleveland will desire to have a say in these appointments, we are not competent to say. At any rate the matter is settle...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 18 December 1884

Local and. Special. THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1884. Subscribers are asked to look at the figures opposite their names, and if ] y see that their subscriptions have 1 i spired, will please remit the sum due. 1 ,This paper may be found on eie at Geo. P. i,owel a Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu remu (10 Spruce St..) wh,-re advertising con. trts may t. w.ade for It in New York Mr. L. S. Bowers, postmaster, at Prosperity 1 ear authorized agent at that place r A. Kohn will also re-ceive and re- t t for subscriptions at Prosperity. 1 -rberibers will onfer a favor by exam- t -the dates printed next their names, and s date is not right they will please inform t DMistakes will occur sometimes.-" There came a rush of memory o'er nu. ----An-I wept-I wept." C On Sunday 1a&t, so near the approach Ing Christmas-tide. and when the bells of heaven are ringing in memory of the advent of the Prince of Peace, and an is and archangels with all the glorious company of heaven are preparing to celebrate the ann...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 18 December 1884

DECEMBER. , 31 TjW T F sJ 1 2,i 4 .5 6 97 819 21 1 3 14 15 16 17 18 19 10 21 22-,2324 2526 27 ~arm, anrhen s ~usZtIi SHALL WE PRUNE IN WIN TER. There has been a vast amount of discussion as to the proper time for pruning; some insisting that it should not be done in winter, while others hold that the proper time is "when ever your knife is sharp." There is one season especially in which prun ing should not be done, viz: during the period of active growth, from the time the buds start in spring, until buds for the next year are formed. Winter is preferred by many, as more time can be devoted to the work; and with the apple and pear, it probably does not make any difference at what period it is done between the fall of the leaf and the swelling of the buds in spring. It is not well to prune when the wood is frozen, as bad wounds and cracks may result. if young trees are taken in hand from the start. and proper attention given to forming the heads, there would be little need of severe ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 25 December 1884

P 4144 1. (t l,l/l1/I ((fier'1 )1Jfa%!lI'(I lo LI,I L''UIU/.L. ;il C C -I/!/.'ll'ti'5, -'-11 i,r..a i'LI~.~ c N- - - - E RY. S- C -, T HUR:DAY, DECEMBE-c 25, 1884. o.52 : NS AxVT COST. t1Jving determined to close out on ^k of Guns before Christmas. we ar ering the entire lot at cost for cash ae stock is all new, bought this fall, a ,w prices, and this is an opportunit seldom oftered of getting a nice Gun at, very small price at S. P. BOOZER'S 50-3t. Hardware Store. PIANOS, .pt Upright and Square e t erlorit y o f tlt he -- :t 1" Lbe tri nuoa utLurit;e . S rIeD a eiI. in as their merits are becotuin4 /extensively known. iighcst Honors Over all American and many Europeat rivals at the Exposition. Paris, 1S7S Have the Endorsement of over 100 different Colleges. semin:ries anc Schools as to their Durability. They are Perfect in Tone and Work manship and Elegant in Appearance. A large assortment of .econd-hani Pianos always on hand. General Wholen:le .t ent. for Burdett, Palace. Sterling...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 25 December 1884

TilE HERILD AND AlbISm t" :LT ar T. F. GRENEKER, Errons sc R. H. GRENEKER, Sr., *H E. H. AULL, ASSISTANT EDITo . tL _ - re C- " r- i "S%A ti ~- t t< N EWERRY, S. C. THURSDAY, DEC. 25, 1884. tE --- fi A PAPER 7OB THE PEOPLE. ti The Herald is in the highest respect a Fami- 14 ly Newspaper, devoted to the mnateial in terests of tbe peopl( of this County -nd tihe State. it circulates extensively. :-< as a c Advertising medimmn of ers unrivaled ad vantaites. or Terma. a"e nrst pe. b CLOSE OF THE VOLUME. P With this issue the HERALD and NEWS t closes its 20th volume. The past year S has been one of unprecedented strain. e With each year since the close of the war the times seem to have grown har der. Each year the cry was this has been the hardest that we have passed through, but the hope was univer.ally i expressed that the next would be better. This hope however has not been realized, alas, far from it. Worse and worse has it grown, until now we can truthfully t say that the year ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 25 December 1884

VOL. XX. 4OSIrIVE NOTICE.; .ll person1s iii'kb ed to the unlldersigned. mast settle th same by or before the 2OtI of .Vocember ne.rt. othlerwisc /O'lr acOits arif/l be plareq i the hiands Of a/I oirer fo eolleetioi. andl(1 loil t-ill Qe no further credit in the FUI 'URE. S. F. FANT. et33St NOTICE. r cz Moss M. Cortocs. DxCEASED. i se bcrebv given to all cred1itors 6 Coppock, dec,ased. to nreiant thoI P>roperly proven, to the unrderigned in: -;y all aho are in anvwi.e indebted to th; .re requested to Fettle at once, as an earl, fA, fent of his estate i P d POKred . U' o 4JOH\ W. COPFOK.~ dmo 4st. Fxecutor. z -. TltV it Y MiI 1I l 1w t PIANOS, Grand, Upright and Square The superiority of the 'sTIEF, ilianoc is reconuized and acknowledge, by the highest musical authoritiee. ani the dem:ati for them is as steadil iin creain;; as their merits are becomiu; more extensively known. light~st Ionors Over all American and miauy Europea rivals at the Exposition, Paris. 187 flave the Etuoremn...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 25 December 1884

SCiENTiFIC MISCELANY. 1 peeia? Correspondence Herald and News. Sir Brains a Year.-The- novel 1 compustaion has been made by a Ger san histologist that the human brain 1 composed of no less than 300,000,- i }erve cells, each an independent i organism and microscopic brain < at-asconcerns its vital relations. t ' teamerve cell is estimated to aont sixty days, $5,000,000 1 e-veey day, about 200,000 { qar,: and nearly 3,500 every -,--The dying cells are re an equal number of their - and once in every sixty a man's brain is entirely re at Humaac Antiquity. the great antiquity of the hu race has been established be a doubt, it is impossible to as yacurate date to man's first 1 'upon earth. "In making I in the slimy soil of the t " says Prof. N. Joly, of Faculty of Toulouse, ed bricks were discovered, -.depth of twenty, the other of -foar yards. If we estimate ess of the annual deposit the river at eight inches a ,'we must assign to the first bricks an age c f 12.000 years, he second th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 February 1885

y ari Paper Devoted to Literature, 4iscellany, .Vrews,4rc&t&e,d1res c VOL. XXI. NEWB3ERRY, S.; -c. PHE ESDAY; FEBTA Y12 85 PIANOS, Grand, Upright and Square. The superiority of .the ",TIEFF fIanos:1reeagized and acknowked tbe musical authoritie. and is as stead l.< In merits are becomnug more extenslvely known. 'do 'weia a and many European rivalsatthe _.. ;. L sia the;Endorsemnt of over 100 dIerit Colleges.Seinaies and SSchools as to thelr t rbility. . s we Perfectin Tie andWork esartment of secoud-hand Pao alwavs a band. 7 'WIhiolesale Agents for sterig. New Eng ,gh .a WIex and ltoie OR M A30 and QAi misold on EASf II. s'1eito&takei! Exchange, also thor '.h1y repnired. g3eud for Illustrated Piano or Or -gn Catalog ee. - Oha. M. Stef, NO9W Nornra IniTY-SrREECT, BALTIMORE. MD. F. Werber,-r., Agent, Newberry. April t - We desi+ to aii aee-to the citizens of Newberry and sarrounding'Counties, that we hive lodated aMARLE YARD tbeTOwn of'Newberry, pwd are pre paejj o.lrai...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 February 1885

THE HERAlD AND MAL'NS T. F. GRENEKER, R. H. GRENEKER, Sr., EDIT E. H. AULL, ASSISTANT EDITOE. NEWBER RY, S. C. THURSDAY, FEB.12, 1885. A PAPER FOR.THE PEOPLE. The Herald isin the highest respect a Fami ly Newspaper, devoted to the material In terests of the people of this County and the athte. It circulates extensively. and as an advertlslg medium ofrers unrivalled ad vantages. For Terms, see Srst pagR. THE. (OLORED TENAN SYSTEM Elsewhere we publish an article from the Columbia Register on the above subject. We do not see as our cotemporary that the system is -~ replete with danger to the State and that South Carolina is to become a hopelees wreck with this colored ?ttant sy tem upon her soil. It is a fact that' the colored man is here among as-and. that he is here to stay. It is no use to argue that questio'n. The thing for the white man and the landowners is to -make the best possi ble of the condition.of things as they are. Taken as a whole the negro is about the best labor we ca...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 February 1885

Local and Special. THURSDAY, FEB -1 1885. Subscribers are asked to look at figures opposite! their names, an< _hey see that their subscriptions hav eplred, will please remit the sum due. This paper may be found on fe at Goo &elL&Co.s. Jfew sper _ Advertang. rean (14 8price -t.-) wha se advertising c tractr n ea 'nade for it in New York Mr. L. S. Bower, postmaster, at Prospe Is our authorizedagent at that place. Mr. A.H. Rohn will also receive and -ept far.subieriptions at Prosperity. -AWQbseribm'swil conf3r a favor by eze - ning1the dates printed next their names, i if the datais not right they will please inic - of it XIstakes wil oceeur sometimea GARDN ; SEEDS AND ONIC SETSA FRESH AND CHEAP ROBERTSON'S DRUG STORE C POSITETHE POST OFFICE. Death. Mrs. Laura McCaughrin, the belov wife of Mr. Robt. L. McCaughrin, di on Wednesday night last, after a shi auDinost :palnful Illness of a diset which d existed for some time, I w;hleneny assumed alarming el ? a 1p~j days before he...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 February 1885

.irm, arbrn 3r ousebol FEBRUARY, 1885. IS M T W TIF1 i 1 2 3 4 5 6 17 8 9 10 11,12.13'13 1.5;16 17 18'19j20 21 22 23 24 25 ' 26 27 28 PROFITABLE FEEDING OF COWS. WFer3 rni!k is sold at high pric< near cities, it may pay a da:irywan t over feed his cowswith brewer's grain awd articles of the kind, to stimuat nulk production, without. regard t their heahh; but for the general fai mer, it is important not only to hav a good cow but to keep her in healt for a number of years. At preset prices of dairy products, I do not s what profit the ordinary farmer ca make without, by close management be can -turn every function of his co, toaccoan. First, of conrse, .ia. in portante is ter milk podetiean, bt -=-~ of almIdt equal value are ber calve for veil.or to raise. and finally he caress for beef, when her milkin days are over. While-admitting ti the excessive milk or butter prodn tion of 'individuals may be so pron able, that the other, elements abo1 mamed may be dismissed as re'ativ, ly o...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 26 February 1885

PNOW - y ~2 r-r- 6 ... - .- - A Farnily .Paper Devoted to Liter a Air, NEWBER.Y, S C. TH S " F RLB, I~d; ,rigt ma Squre. Fhe rpeiority of the "'TIEFF' tanoss recogi ze. an a cJcuowedged 13ubh .L mias icibefle. 'and' T Jeli'forthem '" us steadU,' n .4e ttiriei are li ..i Overasirrahsi Eiari Euan - .. Is'rthat-e. * Pai~. S7S Eave .the Enlorsemeut of oer O diff&rhint Coll ees miheris"and - SehooLs ato thefiryutrabltyf. They are. Zerfecin 'one'a Work itih airud Elegant in Appearaice. - A 'arge :assor.Lment of seetOncd-handl Piu an-sstway;on hani -*igral-Wh'ol"ale Agent< for Burdett. 'Palace, Sterling.J ew Eng gland..and Wilcx and White 'OR 6ANS. ANO8uniIRGlNS sold on EASY IN. STALLMENTS. ei dios taken'n E bchauge also 'tior . yea-rEptre. - i shend Car lnustrted Piano or Or gan Cataloge. Chas. M. Stieff, Nt. 9. NORTH LIBERTY-STREET, A"BLT1MORE. MD. F. erber,fr.x Agent, Newberry.. - We desire to announce to the citizens of Newbe:ryan surrounding Cotnties, that we.have located aMARB...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 26 February 1885

TiHE lEiP IND RAt . T. F. GRENEKER, EDITORS. R. 'H. GRENEKER, Sr., E. H. AULL, ASSISTANT EDITOE. AYPB. 26, -1885..: A PAPEE FOR THE PEOPLE. The seraldisintbehilghest respect a Fami ly N Cr, devotedt to the material In terestof epeople of this County -and the state. It extensively, and -as an A 1 medium offers unrivaled ad vantages. ?erms. see Irst page. TRE MIDLAND RAILROAD. The County of Newberry. we are glad to see is waking from her sleep and this ne< road is claiming the attention of her right minded citizens, In our next issue we will give.:u readers Mayor Courtney's vie*s on this road, published in the News and Courier a few days ago. It is an elaborate document- and slould be read cefully by men' onldtI sides of the question. It shows clearly the benefits which will accrue, giving a statement concerning the preseni status of the enterprise, the necessity for the road, the population and re sources of the counties through which it will pass, and the available means for its ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 26 February 1885

Local ud Special. THURSDAj4U EB, 26..1885. *Subscribers are asked to look at the fiires.:-".opposite their .ames,. and . they 1ee that their subscriptions- have xpWe~ t! p as renmit the sum: due. This paper may be found on file at Goo. P. Lowell a Co's Aewspaper Advertsag Bu. reu A3O apromf )terr, adveut4sio, ~ traE ,t . hae fr i New Y *" Mr.Jat ieers postaster,a P+osperity is our.atrFedg etat-that plac. Mr. L.H Kohn. wiM also -reeive and e. eeipt for subscriptioo at Prosperity. Abamtiber wil enter afaver by enm ining t'Wdifts printed next their aas and if thi daft is aft right they wdl pieass infrm Lrit . e wig eeaar amme ... GARDE :- SEEDlS AND ORION SETS.. FRESH AND CHEAP AT ROBERTSON'S DRUG STORE OP POSITE THE POST OFFICE. Jan. i5-3-tfL The - sanoe-. - e. metade some tie sbnb that we would make a reductioa of twenty-lve eents on the 'dollar to yean?rsbhid.n p3ment is again renewed. - That every one 'in ar rers~can Set elear of our books by p&yt A DOL Au . A HALF due,dof Two ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
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