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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

HESE DoLLAreS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. .V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1869. N06. ERALD -is PU3IIBs RY3RT W3UE3RRAY MORNING, a' .su1. co c OR PROTISIOS. - Smaet requked Ivariably In advaaoe. , 1qtuee, Funeral I eOO - t atiaevero sent ls . a ca:r r ts. c,rats *1 Way Summer afternoon 2 th dainty -little village i1e nestling among the -onnecticut hills. The I ciluSenrig ineafram white ottpgeest a md athenshine;.wlds thitieae anIdbutterlies crept to s$e1t ri the hearts otthe great -red and white roses, faintly nod -=ng o some occassional zephyr bs it languished by. From the 1,9 windows of Widow May's room; a hum of voices stole f out upon the scentedwir, and with- r more ..tban a score of busy 'iksabsf.sbioned divers fabrics in- 1 is,tape1iness. It was the f bweekly sewing-circle of theiMays- a CW urch, for which a fair was e eta fact that formed the 8 this femanine conclave. a A ho ver saw a sewing-circle SAtlte titbits,of gosip...

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. — 10 February 1869

0~~~ Wigdative. In the Senate, a bill to increase the salaries of the Justices of the Supreme Court and Circuit Judges was postponed to the next session. The Civil Rights bill, which has passed the House, was read the second time, $aesed, and ordeted to be engrossed. The following bills were read the third time and passed: A bill to incorporate the Columbia Building and Loan Association. A bill to provide for the conversion of State securities. A bill to alter and amend an act en titled "An act to alter and amend the ybarter of the King's Mountain Railroad Company," passed the 16th of Decem 'A1 to amend an act entitled "An :t__to establish certain roads, bridges and ferries, and to renew the charters of il toincorporate the Aiken Sani .sry.ssociation. The bill-amending the Homestead act passed the second reading, and was oisered to be engrossed. Inathe.House the following bills were rodifced: -s W -bi-amendatory of acts incor pora -tigl tbUmiversity of South Carolina. A.l 4il for th...

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. — 10 February 1869

Clerk's Sale. aret Ado'r, vs. Walter H. eikers. Bill for sale of Land, * Relief, &c. nce of an order from his Honor, Booser, made. in the above stated will sell at public auction, at New berry Court House on the first Monday in AS eh next, One Tract of Land, t Jcoa ffing 2 One Hundred and Twentg_Five Acres, ane or less, situated in Newberry County, and bounded by the public road leading froa Newberry, by the NewberrV Steam MiB, and by lands of E. P. Lake, Newberry .lanoMill Company, and by the Back Jack - Imetebi'road, and by lands of J. E. YU Iasis o L. J. Jones. OF. SL-One-half cash, and en a credit of twelve months wiIllnteretfrom day of sale, purchaser to e bond and surety with a mortgage of mises to secure the unpaid portion, the purchaser should desire it he may $he entire amount in cash. THOMAS M. LAKIr c. r. +F , 10 6.4t. In the IDist. -utt of the United - a t &sor tb Dist. of-So., a. gR% e r of Ti. EH Kinard-Rankrupt. orered by the Court that a ueedng tbs creditors ...

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. — 10 February 1869

"The Drunkard's Daughter. XT G. W. BUNGAY. the street with naked feet, #isaw the drunkard's little daughter; Wer tattered shawl was thin and small, She ittle knew, for no one taught her. Her skin was fair, her auburn hair Was blown about her pretty forehead; Hetsad, white face wore sorrow's trace, And want and woe that were not borrowed. Heart broken child, she seldom smiled, Hope promised her no bright to"morrow; Or, N:walight flashed on her night, Then up came darker clouds of sorrow. eA s said, We have no bread, 'io arood to keep the fire a burning;" Tbe*hild was-l, the winds so chill, Her thin, cold blood to ice was turning. But men well fed and warm'y clad, And ladies robed in richest fashion, , ed_on the side where no one cried To them for pity or compassion. That loe night fled and then the light pt oday in beauty shining, lkt dome atd spire and roof on fire, And shone on one beyond repining. Asleep-alone-as cold as stone, Where no dear parent ever sought her, sheet of snow a...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

8 , AU'~ IL" U P TAMENT -., GCUANO COMPANY--CAPITA L At2Ba# S. RESE a 00, Sunie! AWRtf., nATerMOR S7 4. EBB -A 4 ' T4, 4L W 1 n t 1 1 1 _ r "- ^ T 1?' R" ys' t / tt t" "Y7 I& 7-tn v . R 1 Ys "T1' .1 ae . j J 13 f , ;.l-A' w.. . _ . ,"". Y S. . . "t'"'4 ' .aFrY li ryi^.' "ly[...a L,' limni adas been resa&ized, and a still larger p$iation will produce a still greater in 'he experience of planters, as g'ven in this correspondence, must -b accepsed as conelu' eivb e i*aoe' -of: fact,else hunan experience ad ytestboinyis ;no evidence .of truth. The manifest policy now is to cultivate less land and fertilize it highly, by-which method the labor paid for will give its iest return. - atas see by ezample the compensation i isedfi" Athe Me'of Bime, assuming dts tated, : reasll# fe. e enen.c s aesume4 that one hand wil tend .twelv~ acres icoton;besid ndi 12 crs roueIsay a' iGs wth at2preat _ " bper~Ud.P4 Jed~ Lx .-t cost., Pf The Mbar being the same in n both cases, we get the aet eb t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

PACIC UANO CO. 31,00 IsProd Ia T'sW Agricultare; Its Intere*, 4o1 __y, Oharacter, and 01th to Public 0oaeIie. Ids an-ad ied fact that a 'concentrated gehaarcial fertiliaer,of real exoellenoe, is an u adjuact to succesfnl farming in the bee'arn and Middle states. , i will be admitted, that with the crude ele oihti of fertility afforded by Nature, it is win.the soqpe of human ability, aided by a,-enrtzads an4 emee to furnish a op .nmk osbsia f "rise gof eef - Wile te bies imp ae'that sucha frliser should be furnished at the' doaeat c, & vcA; 1 stly required s p7ske its g celad J i a p s -ila *ary t the genel e fhnal3 d m pe.dostould be * s4iai 'kggheinto nak&Vt may 6 a sIli1t * y,eesat sad essUWdi ane1 y farmers are deterred emthe of faer than Peruvian .s tof oo eoe.ine; er~ Go ainced o''r lan-a -EbuaI 4:14r "expennoce rc ae maaifet in its kMpinst tedemyio ex ft-i t i fio s e4ws in wme o all i h result from " ., ased*pt.ma. .~e L c of Ue uiace up 4the of ci,iejro; fromI tkishi...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

* asM d e l uand'. -- * sikgfa vi;b 4 acter as to n, but differ materially in rirchsbs, pSi". and cndition Th4y may be classified as ' ng l. It is doubtful if the arp perly calied Gsag ue of t- dee 'osist& poleay,-e ; - teymcontain, i th.rm of.the in Sor, in ,ene.other in co bination Cou not, in the nature of ss in tA Qseaa as fouad on ta islands, in 18 t ,jusno, w ixprW.t from 1:asm k4t t sis no comparison wth e aked and - hat ]tA sen anmke --msstsm mlbman alMg ua *to a Guano which N- $ pliance developed .. a th 46. v - _s Th3t, , oaoun , . ~ ~ ~ m" .cne oft 1iben * ea themoreain kept up, which Sin* Oneeu a p ~uitinoma Ash!mof hr Gasno disrn ihfrau In h the essh he fet as d -it seetW of n.ainn of a snelf bee aonmwit ~a " se a gnkt 0td6 eepu da ing t> . For the verf d abon stat mentwe refer t Maa.r 4RilsA A BiRond,Va. 1 OOse tittta8irreistible demonstration of ltruth o ur-deductioas in re to Peruvian Quano and sl?oW that ianot1est a pted to its uses, in its condition as found...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 February 1869

* .I A t* t 1 y:t 4 - - 4 +z4r .54 ~*011 IrL~ &~ - Q.. 1*MUM ~r We a eombination of Soluble Pacific Guano, 200 lbs. per t la doubedvta crop, and I believe, dole tequaititty per acre, the leA of ld wolhve been in ro rtlon. "~~~ .): ORD. lusednonebat o a Guano" Is year. I ue it a m4oetm sa-Cr. Pacific Guano is & good manure for the soal I pt, at least,and Iwant to getsomfor wheat this nAsBuEG DrT., . C., Oct 180, 18 D .. Y9Ur letter, aaking mo to gv you the results of the useof the boltbePacific Guano as a test the Peruvian,. has come to hand, and I eiWinply -with your request. I first s e .oWh t podieqP us faponeed (10 las.i au -y hei'byeli' ths than the Peruvian. I used the scre, on a piece of land ma out 700 pound, seed otton, h , t#eM e a8y ase 444-v whi 111.y d a -AiA -Y 1I .t -des 2-0siWNd di~ istind *ould wor.isecauted.r '1rors~ru*~ TBO~ W.IC.LEIT~ Bqa d,PaFar5c W.uAx Co., YA., C -Jaly 1.#h, 1866. 20th of )!ay,)it came in looking green an1strong had as gown ff ,and pro ...

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. — 17 February 1869

Dc~~'t*~ YEAh,] yOR TIHE DISSEMINATION OVI- USEFUL INTELLIGENCL,[NAIBY NAv~R eve.Y WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1,16. *N . THE HERALDI 28 PUDLIsBBD 7VE tWEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry.o. H., 37 THOS. r. & R. H. GRENSKER, MMS, 68 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY on PROVISIONS. raymentrequired invariably in advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit uarir, and Communications suberving privato laterests, are charged as advertisement. Skating Tried. One of the editors of the Mil waukee News thus gives his expe !rience of this much-talked-of a -musement: Right beneath one of our win ,dows, from morn till midnight, we see youngsters and oldsters 'twisting their logs into all con -Ceivable shapos. We cannot pick uj) a paper but an article on <ska tint9imnts the eye. Everybody -says it's full) and that's till 'very body' knows about it, for we have . tj 1.ist night, about gas light, after ridiFrg-ft-gJving do scription of life on skates, we pro .pared for our first attempt, and sailed...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 February 1869

V aill tdt1X, 'Feb. 17, 1869. lowIng t the pressure upon, our Adver. tiaing 01umnis, we are forced to omit an in1telWating conunicationl from M. E. T., blid bther art.olep, until our next issue. Peters' blusical blonthly is acklowledged for February. It is furnished at the low price of 03 per annum, and to say that it Is worth the subsefliption does not near toll Its value. Besides a large amoint of inter eating-reading snatter, the present number contains seven three page musical gem, songs,, Waltzes, &c , iakinug twenty-one pages of music for twonty,tive cents. The Printer's Circular, an elegantly print. ed 'monthly--a rccord of Typography, Litera Itire, Arim and science.s. it. S. Menamin. Editor and Publisher, 515 31inor-street, Phil adelphia. Only $1 a year in advance. Every printer should be a subserlber, for sile from itq in!rInie merit as a specmen of the Art, it 1. filled with valuable Information. IMPORTANT TO FARMHus.-The February number of the Carolina Farmner is the ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 February 1869

District .Coqr.of--te Ulkited States. For the Ditritt Mud) earolina, in Bank 41 qjZ xuat1br of Tho. Whitmire da P&ii for adjidication of Bardpty- was filed on' the 80th day of Dp6einbOr 'A. D., 1868, in said Court. 'bs 1 to gyeli potice that onl the 12th dity%f(Fbfeary, 1869, a warrant of Bank. r ptoy, ,wp issued against tihe estate of 0. WhAmIre, of Newberry County and State of South Carolina, who has been adjudged- a bankrupt on his own peti tIoh.' Tiat the payment of any debts and the deliVry. q(.any property belotiging to 14i'd bankI pt; to him, *or his use, aid tojP!It eT nf-anly property by him is for. .b by law and thot a ineetig of the c tore of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to chooso one or more Asaignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptoy, to be holden at Newberry Court House, South Cirolina, before C. 0. Jae r, Es4., Reglter, on tihe 10th day of March, 1 D., 1869, at 12 o'olock,.M. - J. P. M. EPPING, U. S. Marshall as Messenger. -A. P. Pin...

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. — 17 February 1869

IIUMORoUs. A Bachelor' Ode to Brigham Young, t wtoiet 4Mormon, W fifour-and-twenty wives, wce'a it hndred;cildren, fd twife ten human lives; IWrate I u a kingdom iofm "iyt and kin, make I t aradiso r all that d lt within. IslIt woll, oh Brigham Young, .r)is it rihtly done, That you have over forty wives, ? And I have never one? Anf-Is it well your childreu count About five score and three, And not a single child can traco Ills virtues down to me? You're but an ordinary man, Your meTitS are but small, And what a fractionli poor part To eaci your children fall; While I perchance on two or three bly genius could bestow, And may thus prove a parent to A Newton-or a Poo. No sowing buttons on for you. No rents are wanting stitches; You have a spouse for overytiting, -.Ono for each pair of breeches; And then, wlien weary (iay is o'er, Each evening of your tife You have i house to visit And a new and,blooming wife. My- love Is boundless as the sea, . As certain to onduro, Enougli for four y...

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. — 17 February 1869

TVr. DoLRS A YAS,J FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTEL17,186 NIO;AL 7N MRIGFE -. THIHERALD a PQUSU3D EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Iewberry C. I., ITMU. 1. s I. K. 0swr, - NRIs 48 Pe i Amud, IN CURmvxCY OR PROVISIONS. ramNtgireqabd invariably in advance. *aeiag- Notioes, Faneral Invitations, Obit swims, sad C amunncatons mabeerving private Messae eharged as advertisments. Skating Tried. One of the editors of the Mil waakee News thus gives his expe rience of this much-talked-of a musement: Right beneath one of our win dows, from morn till midnight, we see youngsters and oldsters twisting their legs into all con oeiable shapes. We cannot pick up a paper but an article on 'ska ting' meets the eye. Everybody says it's fun, and that's all 'every body' knows about it, for we have tried it. Last night, about gas light, after reading a glowing de iption of life on skates, we pre aiyd for our first attempt, and Hiidorth to join the merry 'b ra.E We had on a pair of sto SE.noots trowser-legs ...

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. — 17 February 1869

N.EWBERRY, S. C. VbdM Ytndng, 'Feb. 17, 1869 Owing to the pressure upon our Adver tiing eolumns, we are forced to omit an ieteresting communication from M. E. T., and ether art cles, until our next issue. Peters' Musical Monthly is acknowledged for February. It is furnished at the low price of $3 per annum, and to say that it is worth the subscription does not near tell its value. Besides a large amount of inter, siliig reiding matter, the present number contains seven three page musical gems, songs, waltzes, tc, making twenty-one pes of music for twenty-five cents. Tl s Priner"wCircular, an elegantly print ed.montlly- i record of Typography, Litera tare, Arts and Sciences. B. S. Menamin. i1tor and Publisher, 515 Minor-street, Phil a blpha. Only $1 a year In advance. Every per should be a subscriber, for aside f nn its Intrinsic merit as a specimen of the Art, it is filled with valuable information. IVo"Wrtr To Fae as.-The February *amber of the Carolina Farmer is the best st bs ed....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 February 1869

it Court of the United States. Por the Districtof South Carolina, in Bank in the matter of Thos. Whitmire kapt , whos a Petition for adjudication of y was led on the 30th day of Sesuqmber, A. H., 1868, in said Court. -Rhi -to give notice that on the 12th &V ds rsy, 1869, a warrant of Bank was ispued against the estate of iWhtmire, of Newberry County and of South Carolina, who has been "4pgd a bankrupt on his own peti That the payment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to bakrupt; to him, or Ie his use, and the transfer of any property by him is for hidden by law; and that a meeting of the estors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one or more Assignees ofhis estate, will be held at a Court of pskroptcy, to be bolden at Newberry Court .Msse, South Carolina, before 0. G. Jae .Esq.,-Begister,snthe 10th day of March, 1.,D.1 at 1s 'cloek, M. - J. P: I. EPPING, U. S. Marahall as Messenger. A. P.. 1rsa, Deputy Messenger. -1 .AETWAIITED OR e,rets of th...

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. — 17 February 1869

HUMOROUS. .A ambelor's Ode to Brigham Young. I would I were a Mormon, With Ibur-and-twenty wives, With twice a hundred children, And twice ten human lives; 'd rase me up a kingdom, AU of my kith and kin, And make a little paradise For all that dwelt within. And i It well, oh! Brigham Young, Or is it rightly done, That you bave over forty wives, And I have never one? And is it well your children count About Ave score and three, And not a single child can trace His virtues down to me? Yoa're but an ordinary man, Your merits are but small, And what a fractional poor part To each your children fall; While I perchance on two or three Sy genias could bestow, And may thus prove a parent to A Newton-or a Poe. No sewing buttons on for you. 1I rents are wanting stitches; You have a spouse for everything, - One for each pair of breeches; And then, when weary day is o'er, Each evening of your life You have a house to visit And a new and.blooming wife. My love Is boundless as the sea, As certain...

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. — 24 February 1869

TA-1h,~ D L'~Aits A Y r.AR3FRTl ISMNToOFUEL INTELLIGEN E0 IVRAL NAVYI~ VOu,LYG'V,* WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUJARY-4,189 TWE' E RAIL 0 IB PUDILISHED ;VARY1*EDNESDAY MORNING, Uit N berry 0. H.., ~t4S. & 1 U. N. GRENEKER, A v $PER A NUB, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. oyfqentrquired invariably in advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit narie., donjnunieatlona subsorving private Interej hureohoamed 'aaadvortlements. . N metingNice. I fiave reinoved to the Kingamore Gal le?3 (9qe' Mayea & Martin's Store) which is yndergoing thorough repairs, and - ill lhave plety of room with an excellent sky-light, and will be ready to move by 'st January. Come one-come all, and "We'ohow things wofk in this commodious gallery., tso, a good lot of albums at extreme ly I W'rldes. lklkinds of work done in the line of P ography. I have all of Wren & Wheeler's Nega. tives that were taken at this place. 'V1fo'charge nothing for looking, and ognuo(or a picture. Respoct fully, W.- U. WISEMAN....

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. — 24 February 1869

The Ice opWitk short th% Summer. 'erriblo state of afitirs In 'the Island of Cuba-war and pestilence. Wealthy Ouban famill6s are leaving for the States. The Grecian bond has reChed Califor. nia, but there it Is called the Pacific slope. Brigham Young's seventy wives are quite indignant at the report that lie is sick. A woman gouged out another woman's eye in Uincinnati last week, and was fined 12 for it. An OhIQ farmer, aged 70 years having attempted to marry a girl of 16, his children had him n)rested for insanity. Two men, in Dnbois county, Ind., re cently owa pped wives. one playing the other tlhreu bushels of corn to boot. Dr. Mudd will be pardoned, and it i4 believed that Spnigler and Arnold will also receive their pardon. An "Agricultural Locomotive" has been built in California that runs 8.0 plows at one time. Seven fiarners in one Vermont village havo 102 children. Jonathan Eddy's share is 19. Ie heads the list. The Delaware Legislature is said to be devoting its attention a...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 February 1869

.The m'ost beautitif o St *do all kinds of Cooking with as litt S toVO hase. It is very' heavy anid di LE1ADER, I kcep constantl y on haz operate well1. OutL of theo many ThdTIin Business is still CarTie SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD' GENERAL SUP'Eti(NTENDI.NT'S OFFItE,. U'NnAti'rowlA, Fet?uar 18. 1889. NandaterSNDAY FEUUAitY 141, - . the i'isseniger TIra:nas t the South Car. FOlt AUGUS lA' Leave Charlpston......... 83dTMfl - Arrive at 1Angnsta.... . .... .. ... 10 P Ml Connecting wish T'ralns for~ M'ingoi y, Memphia. Nishnvillo atar New Orleanas, via Monigomery a.d Orsand Junc'tion. FOlt COLUMBIA. Leave Charlostoni............. 8 30 A M Arrive at Cohlubia.............5 45 P M1 Csnecting wilth Wilminugton iad Manhies ter IRailrontl...Charlotte asmli south Carolsua iliroad, and Camtudeu l'naain * FORt C11AiLES1'ON. Leave Auguea ................800 A M Arrive at Chark-ston............ 500 P M LeaiveCotumbaia.........,..7.45 A M Arrive at Chiarleston.............s. P Mi AUGUSVA N[IIl I XPRES...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 February 1869

is. RYutevein bislt Itbam$ K WOO Sevenig8 shadeb atottUd us falilV, And Nosw the'thtilee'far it glam, lovo an reAt, and comforts all V ith .t.tol1sof day i o ygold or ae n g Ips w[I111 'u ame'. Around the light at homel St1'tho'darkatid ath y ht wanderer hombi*ardna", ithat twinkling 1h11h. 'hich through the forest ile1 ho spies 1 Iish1, lig9t7 home. He fbels That loving eaktill greet him there, e through is bsom steals 0 , and lovb that banish canre .:6ukid the light at home. liA it hone how itill'and sweet . "V#from yonder cottoge door, roy laborer to'gr-eotl tle rou%b tolls or day are o'orl. OW o the soul tEat does not know The blessin a that the beams impart The cheelful 6S fnd JOY8that flow And iglte u the heaviest heart Around the light at home. Hoi'se flesh i8 risIig in estimate in Berlin ast an article of food. In 18680 the number ofhors6s killed 'Ar this purpose was not less than 4,044. The blood is purchased by a spapufaeturer, who uses it as a dyo. A Berlin restaurant int...

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