ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Newberry Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,624 items from Newberry Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,624 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 March 1869

i L 0fil . DOLLARS AYEAR,) FOR THE DISSEMINATION' OF' USEFUL INTE!JIGENCE. L _______- *IN YARIABLY IN A D vAGoC1 _WEDNESDAYMORNING, MARCIH 17, 1869, NO I T HE H ERA LD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry 0. . B.y: THOO. F.- J. k.GRENWRER, M,J9e t'j Ar]IUM,, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentreqikrld inariably In advance. jrIlao Notnc% Ruperal Invitations, Obit 01ree bles, MomWqcations subservingyrivatoi Interests, are charged as advertisenex4te. Lrom tIle oharleston Neys. A Willirg Witness. TIE LIBEL OF THE GQVERNOR, OF ' SoU'hl CAROLINA UPON TH1E PEo PLE,O SOUTH CEROLINA. We., nk some extracts from I the sworn testimony of Governor Acptt i.n the Third 'Congressional Distriot contested election case. In re ly to a question by S, L. Hoge, o,vernor Scott says: I am Governor R. K. Scott, Gov o ernor of the State-was so in July, August, September, October and November, 1868-inaugurated 9th July, 1868, and have been- Gover- I non up to the present time. Du- I ring that timo the politica...

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 March 1869

te;te::me- TESTYPO,- ' BY A. A. HOPKIN9. Ti# tyDo I-a singular creature is ie, A btofM a wissard tusko him to be; ' paradox ever, I stoutly assert. .&ud know that the statement, you won't . controvert: lie "takes" a great deal, and ho "proves" all he gts, Aid be "sots while hostands, and he stands while he "acts." A magical power there is in his hand, As swiftly the types marsloal In at comnandp The art of a painter lie has, to iortray The incidents many that make uip to-day. . A wdding lie pfcturea-"click," "click,"and 'tis ther The glad, merry party, the just wedded pair You see iho young %vifo iN her garmuents ol whito jYo have gone to the wedding without an "ivte"), AnM fAney you hca t4o good wishes of friends, .An.d-tlre the bright picture unwittlugly ends, .o . typ paints all kinds of scenes it a go lied ot ai marriage-the next is a cath I An low in the cofln you see a denr face, bll silent and cold, that was fullof rare giace A soroWhiny eicle thiot femlerly kiss The lips...

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 March 1869

Capt. McFall, WITIK MESRS. BARIE & SON, Takes pleasuro in Informing the Ladies particularly, and the communnity at large, that a. elegant Stock of Goods is now open for Inspection. In the line of Fine Goods, special attention has been given, and the assortmer.t of Embroiderios, Tattins, Laces and Trimmings, Is the completest and beat ever beforo brought out. While the Stoek of Dry Goods, White and Heavy Goods, And Dress Patterns in roplins, Lenoes, Mozambiques, Tainrtines, Grenadines, Oliallies, Silks, Muslins and Calicoes, ToGETHER WITH Shirtings, Sheetings, Stripes, &c., &c. Are of the best grades and qualities. To which is added aft elegant and beautiful assortment of All of these Goods are offered at reason able prices. Call and examine. March 11 11 tf. 1h. THOS. T. MOORE, Is happy to inform his friends and the public, that he is up again-better and brighter than ever, after the recent conlia gration. . le is prepared to perform all manner of operations connected wit...

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 March 1869

yj SM819 Odd. FelloWs.. . bI ibll6Ngit Orticled have 6edn prQposed by the " rand Lodge of th4 United States foi the govern; ment of Lodgen of the Rebekah i'D ee J9.e charters may be granted to duly quAlified applicants to lti tute D.egree of Rbekah Lodges In - this jurisdiction; having for thir prlmarf objects the vihth, tid" of the sWk, t o relief of the distressed, the support and educa tion of orphans. The said degree lodges halve these privileges, and r to be subjected to the con iions hereafter named. To con. for the degree of Rebekah on such Scarlet Degree members and their wives as present a certificate frorn a Lodge located in the district designated by the Degree Lodge, and to confer the degree on widow of Odd Follows presenting certifi cates from the Lodges *of which their husband6 were members in good standing at the time of their decease. 2. They shall elect. and appoint their own oflicors in the manner prescribed by the by-laws. The elective oficers are: Noble Grand' Vi...

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 March 1869

- -.~, -to - -~ - -. ,. I I - - I 9 *1' - - - II *2 *1 .. . 4. Thars Downs A YEAR,I FOR TIE DISSEMINATION OF uSEFUL INTELLIGENCE. (INVARIABLY Is AbnYCR.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1869. NO 11~ THREM ERALD - YRT WDIISDAY YORNING, it Neiwlerry C.. ., - rUe. 1. a a. K xfsfS aa -rtz AI IN CUERBENc O.PROVISIONS. . pas,ItrgtI iusblyi advance. .hr Invitatfus, Obi w*.aui 4-r..uu-...inS mb-vigsuivate. ~~ "eet.arearea avTwo n s- 1 . 11tWilling Witness. rT LIBEL o THE WGNQOO )P - S ovi' ARo,LINA UPON THE PEO .iroir SOvT OEROLINA. We. g eetscts from the sorn ep.ony of Governor Ad Hrd. e "bsioa D confe*sted,.election case. -Vg tyo aquestion by S. L. H1oe G4Vernor Scott says: I a GovernorR. K. Scott, Gov ernor-of the State-was so in July, Aty , September, October and Miovember, 1868-inaugurated 9th July, 186% and hi6- been Gover nor~ oM,reet_tieL Da ting peih@ political con - tNbe Abbeville, ? sdreoH ad Eddeld was one -of -great exciterent; The laws could not be enforced, and W e not epbfei-ed...

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 March 1869

s TNR TYP0. -. - ST A. A. XOK5. Tia typol-a singular Ireature is he, A bit of a wisard I him to be; A paradox ever, I s assert, Lad know the; the statement, you won'1 coetroyArt: se "takes" a greardeal, and he "proves' U be gets, And be "sets while he standa, and he stands whilh he "sets." A mag power there Is in his band, As the types marshal in as command; The art of a painter he has, to portray The Incidents many that make op to-day - A wedding be pictures-"click," "click,"and 'tis there The glad, merry party, the just wedded pair; Yea see the young w ife in her garments of white (Too have gone to the wedding without an And fancy you hear the good wishes of friends, - And -there the bright picture unwittingly ends, for the typo paints allkinds of sLenes in a breah, 90bd you a marriage-the next is a ~- -death; -_ And low in the comn you see a dear face. AL silent and cold, that was fullof rare.grace A 4Owmmn circle thbit teoderly kiss II whose sweet pressure they ever will -ditss;...

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 March 1869

- apt. McFall, 4, WITH IEfl. MIt & SON, Takes pleasure in informing the Ladies -partdilarly, and the community at large, that an elegant Steek of Goods is now open e ipaetion. In the line of Fine Goods, qShI "utnion has been given, and the amect of . Zebroideries, Tattins, Laces and Trimmings, Is the completeRt and best ever before hb t out. While the Stock of Dry Goods, White and Heavy Goods, And Dress Patterns in Poplins, Lenoes, Mozambiques, Tamertines, Grenadines; 1lu s,Silks, Muslins and Calicoes, Io0" m Wr Shirtings, Sheetings, Stripes, &c., &c. Are of the best.grades and qities. To whieb is added an eleant -N. beautiful assertment of - Aad IR goii [tie5. An of these Goods are ofered at reason able pricee'. Call and examine. Yarch 17 11 tf. IIe TIO. 1. MOORE, ba. W- tp' inform his friendls at)d the that be 1s up again-better and ' ~t than ever, after the recent con9a He is prepared .to perform all manaer of operations connected with the Dental profession, in the mo...

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 March 1869

?emale Odd Fellows. 'hefollowing articles have been proposed by the Grand Lodge. of the United States for the gove7n ment of Lodges of the Rebekah he carters may be granted to dRly qualified applicants to inti tutq Degree of Rebekah Lodges ii this jurisdiction, having for their primary objects the visita tion of the sick, the relief of the distressed, the support and educa tion of orphans. The said degree lodges have these privileges, and are to be subjected to the con ditions hereafter named. .To con -fer the degree of Rebekah on such Searlet Degree members and their wives as present a certificate from -a Lodge located in the district designated by the Degree Lodge, and to confer the degree on widows of Odd Fellows presenting certifi cates from the Lodges of which their husbands were members in good standing at the time of their deceasb. - 2. They shall elect and appoint their own officers in the manner prescribed by the by-laws. The . elective officers are: Noble Grand, Vice-Grand...

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 March 1869

4A W t AW rrW c~M'P#t. f0t.. . HRE OLAsAYAR] O T.EDSSMNT' FUEULITLL-NE- NAiBY NAV U '.' * WENEDA ORIN,MACH2,'169.O. H T E IE~A,,L P PuBLISINED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, .: . Aj.Newbqrry q. H.,. WTHO; i. & i. it. GRENEER. 19RN, t8 PER ANNUM, INCURRENCY OR PROvISIONS. Payment required invarlablyin ndvance. vUrriage NtIiUes, Funeral Invifations, Obit uaries, and Comnunloations Pubserving privato itenegte, arp charged se advertisementa. .. The Appropriation Bill. dotion 1. That the following nWikr"ie be, and they are hereby, ap. vopriated fol- the payment of the vrious officers and expenses of the State government, that is to eay: For salhries-For the Gov. brnor,,#3,500; 'for the Secretary of the State, $3,000 ; for the Pri. vate Secretary of the Governor, 42,090; for Adjutant and Inspec. tor-General, 02,500; for the Assis tant Adjutait and Inspector-Gen oral, $1,500; for the Comptroller General, $3,000; for the Treasurer of the State, $2.500; for the Chief Ulrk to the Treasurer of t...

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 March 1869

Wofeaay Morning, xatch 24, 1869. An Intereotlng communication from "S L-','"we regret reached us Just too Iato for publication In this issue. Wo will take pleasure in putting it in typo next week for the bonefl of our readers. Once More--Plant Corn. It Is inuch to bn feared that corn holds but a small piaco in the inind of the fir. tor, and that the all-ongrossing thought is cottoli. It certainly looks so. On every sido extem>ive preparations aro Wdktig'r6frbg crosofcotton; the' who! innd seetm:to be occupied with this o1e idea. Immense quantities of guano have been bronght into this district, with a vi,ewto aiso this crop; and all the ready ni'ondy icli could bo umado available, has been convorted into cotton fertilli ,or., with qcarce a thought for corn, In former times, the nmnia r-n into the accumuination of Onlve propeity, cotton then hold'ns Iargo a place In lAVor as 0oW, but 1t'was planted and raised and sold olily tQ.be conlyerted into the inevi. table negro; now the ptoc...

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. — 24 March 1869

Th6 Sta$o: of ,South Carolina Newbey Ciunty-In the Circuit Court-I aAdi Aatd vs. 1., l. A inirdi Executor of J. M. Kinard. The red6irs of John 3I. inard, deo'd, are', Putdto render SAnd tA tush-a OR wa,bfro esrk of th Court tier r deve em i n or before the frst dy of May next. ro 2 2AT S M LAKE ' Mid State of Souith Ca'r6lta NeWbbk County4-Ip the Cirduit Court-l Equity. W. H. Grierson Lud E. 0. Orerson his *i160, and othye, vTl,'homiapF l.urmoli, Adm'r, and oters. Tid oedItVr8'6V f.'T. Kinard, deotd, are ksd to por .d eq pou oath. beforo e0ltk b6out.thle"petivo demands, daytorms next. orkbs fT2dayHO . M.LAKE, 44FA 2412t --0. P. Tho. Stato 'of South Carolina bry Couty--In the Circuit Court-n h 1. LipArd and wife, Adri's, vs. Laia Jnook and oj4ers. 'h'CreditorD of Samuel B. Iook, deo'd. are required to render and establish on oath, before Sh. Clerk of this Court, their respeotiye do -manda o of before the frst day'of May next. lerik'ls O *e, T1103. 3. L&KE, a 20. 0. P, The State o...

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. — 24 March 1869

VRAOtt Nleep-; but Overy noW,And th"t) I enan'wdttld throtn his head intio hrooin, First he0 sug ottt "Fauim!!" and thel "lR "*addfim " Udd - t eh 'Haddaw1 Necki" aInd then "North lieddam.jl'aPd 11reat Haddaml" Litlo iaddaiI' "Old' Hadudan I" "Now, Haddam I" "IrlA iA ai" "Dtitch'lHadda,id!'"lHaddam, di4mil" and then tl.o stranger jgmped ed, al~ excited, and says: I'm a Methodit preacher, full of grace and forty years In service without guile. I'm a meek and lo'wlj Christnin, but d- m 4hose Haddams, I wish the devil had "ea "Going to bed is a good institution gtting up is thtinder, and we are down .n the min that, invented it. I Is said td lie henIthy to "lrise with the lark," if you have not been on a "lark" the night before, when it alii' healthy. It is said, too, "the early bird catches the woi in," but you 'don't want any worms-they ain't healthy. So you need not hurry ab >ut getting up." The recent manrriage of the daughter of the ." Orain King" of San Francisco, with a son o...

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 March 1869

'JrRE DtolsA A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVACE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1869.NO1 EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, " A~ Newberry C. a, -90 2mf!7. l. L43hEIEEE $ ERI,B, 4 Pr ARXX, INCURRENCY t ON PROVISIONS. ( - .asamce. t -6iees,, 7uTlte i, Ob 't- a Cois a an; m tsISOS ae.vu private in obar*ed aeL I i The Appropriation Bill. I *ection 1. That the following i Si0i ,7d they are hereby, ap- r for, the payment of the i1 ofcers and eXpenses of :p tegovernment, that is to n say: For esalaries.-For the Gov ; for the Secretary ii o t e State, $3,00; for the Pri- c vate Secretary of the Governor, f< $ ,;A A;jutant and Inspec tor Generfl, $2,500 ;for the Assis- d ltdbift Jtanit and Inspector-Gen- o r ,k 11 farthe Conptroller- n P3,O; for the Treasurer c ; for the Chief G CTesrer of the State, 41,800; for the Aiditor of the s; 100- -for Superintendent fi ; for theChief A for the Chief tl Justice of the Supreme Court, s1 $4,000; for the two Associate Ju...

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 March 1869

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wsaady lTing, larch 24,1869. An Interesting communication from "S. L ," we regret reached us just too late for publication in this issue. We will take pbsut+s in putting it in type next week for the beneft of bur readers. Onoe ore.-P1It Corn. It is much to be feared that corn holds but a small place in the mind of the far. taer, and that the all-engrossing thought Y~4.; L& certainly looks so. On every side extensive preparations are tauin'g-for-big crops of cotton ; the whoie mind.seems to be occupied with this one idea. Immense quantities of guano have b br 6t into this district, with a view to raise this crop; and all the ready oe which could be made available, haiien conve'ted into cotton fertili sgerz, with scarce a thought for corn. , jp.forer times; the mania ran into the "aimnpolation of slave property, cotton itsa.teldas large a place in favor as o"but it was planted and raised and :asld only to be converted into the inevi sable negro; row the proceeds ar...

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. — 24 March 1869

Stat4 of _South ,Carolina .Newbmy aty-In - the Cirait Court-In IIba ssa . . Kiard, Eeentor of K.7[ liafd. The CtgesQ J M.-Kinard, dee'd, are to - and estabb. on oath, before t Co.rt, * rpsc demands Es hs i4 Ma next. STHOS. X. LAKE, c. o. r. .UJst' of SouLh Carolina Cwar-da the Circuit court-In W. N. Grierso! and E. C. Grierson his sife, and I sTha9 F. Harmon, Adm'r, and drTheWpm us M .:T. Kinard. dee'd, are IqVS e idr and ..inbn.h o-a oath. before Coutth espetii demands, Art day of May next. THO. M. LAKE, xsrO , C C. P The .State of South Carolitza C .-Ia. tht Cireait Court-In W. Iad ind vii, Adm'l, vs. Lala b*e and eiers. Malmiisilf&sh Xek, dee'd. are beom auien W . e oa, bef c. c. P. The State or South Carolina ast ann Sa MLong, vs. Latme. _i 'J. Lng. and dohem. Lale 'he gradiors of George LoAg, deo'd are re" to rsader and aabWbos oath, beibre the - - dre S' yuY demands, se*- of South Carolia :Conty-I the Circuit Court Dmeai &eas, Administrator, vs. Andrew Sheely and wife ...

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. — 24 March 1869

$Aa hi.-Mark twain tells a story fza strang who was coming up the Connecticut River, and was trying his bejt:1.asetp ; but every now and then a man would thrust his head into the room. Fl,s he nag out "Haddam !" and then "it Haddam 1" and then "Haddam Neck ,' and then "North Haddam " and "4Gatt "Haddam i" Little Haddam!" "014 Haddam.1" "New Haddam I" "Irish Haddam !" "Dutch Haddam !" "Haddam Haddam I" and then tie strar.ger jumped out of bed, all eacited, and says: I'm a Mthodist preacher, full of grace and t years in service without guile. r'm psk.an4 lowly Christain, but d- m tbens Haddams, I wish the-devil had "em al3"' " Going to bed is a good institution ; ttin1 up is thunder, and we are down on te iai that invented it. It is said to be health,t'o "'tise with. the lark," if you havea i-oon a "lark" the night before, when it ain't healthy. It is said, too, "the early bird catches the worm," butoyFu don't want any worms-they a&e-heallhy. So you need not hurry ab :ut gettjn up...

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. — 31 March 1869

THREE DOLLAR S A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE INVARIABLY IN ADVARNCIG. V"OL.V.- WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 3 186.NO 13. TUERALD ~. "IS PUBLISZD '"" JgMY. WEDNESDAY MOINING, A Newberry C. H., By TEOS. . I.E. nn * bth a UMi me EIC.RENCY - irnariably in.adrance. "agal Ilvitgt)ons, -Obit lle.npansibserviag private advertisements. SOUTH CAROLINA #I~~LPANY, uI, - $500,000. IH'B Of C OP THIS COXPANT IS NOW No. 1 Breed-street (South,Western Btn>) sr the receipt of Deposits. Dig em .npsper, parobaee and Sale of Ex nd the trametion of a General B k-e d Dnts u t e r m 1 e s - a1 laspoury for r n ;ltm cut-w1 receive R~egstry -P Ialilro d - W.C. , of Win. C. Bee & Co.; A. S. John Crew. &Co - Robt. Mure. of 10o. = W. B. Wiiams, of W. B. > Soa 9 H. Frost, of Frost & Ad .tA ,ofJ. E. Adger & Co; Henry , of inrd1 Mattbiessen a Co.; George L.J116 ofBaista Baist; C. G. Memminger, Pir.ckney; T. J. Kerr, ' "; sr't o :; 3JJD. dlkenfoJ. D. Aiken & Ce; Job Camp...

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. — 31 March 1869

NEWBERRY, S. C. V&irda1 orning, March 31, 1869. We have received a copy of the speech of *e Hon. J. Proctor Knott, of Kentucky, de livued in the House of Representatives, Jan' nary 23, 1869. Suject-"The Fourteenth Amemdment from a Legal Stand'point-The Tat3 Rebels not Disfranchised ." The argu" meat is a strong one. Also, that of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, on the Tariff. We have not had time t g-n at its contents. We by.e read witb real p'easure the In sreedve and beautiful address of the Hon. V. D. Porter, recently delivered before the tis$ class-of the Medical College of /pltate of S. C. The address is a master piece of brevity and pith. The great underr Vfg and never to be forgotton truth, that -btr and slf-sacrifice are at the bottom of al true achievement," is told in a happy ve- of thought. Atd that next to the im. - gjial trait of the physician, which is purity f.hooor, should be gentleness, tenderness, astesy. Prom much scber counsel offered s yethfbl practitioner, ...

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. — 31 March 1869

to theLIM& Iu At tihe Honu" of rams, GrIih & Hargrove FeeWrm-h Kid Gaiters S Bals. The aboie tae Stock are all made by hand aM warraeted as something extra. OuIb Mends sre respectfully requested heave Shoes ShesLACRE LOT EARYLAND OATS, $1.25 per Bushel. _ ,.7-. 4HASB & CO. In all kinds of Packages, At C.st $ RVALY PRESS gMUSEE AT AUeUSTA, GA. SUOECIPTIONI . E bI PUSS: 'Pet?es is an independent paper, pub sik tbe Interest of no clique or fac ; de,oed to the protection of South -, rghes, the promotion of Southern in te,ese,'tbe advocacy of honesty and econo a the admuaistration of Gorernuent ; an the -mitenane ot sound religious ti:.Leent News from all parts e.g"TI egraph and- Corre.poq " T&i, the 4ess onotainaample and acce .s xarket Reports, the Latest Agriculttg 1e1106ince, and a carefully arranged m f rtems of miscellanous inter Thehre is the cheapest and best daily and the most advantageous adve medium, published in the State. Aders afl Letters to 'IbDAILY PRESS O...

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. — 31 March 1869

Bulding on the" Sand. 'Nalt to w o, 'ts good b wed, lbru thbe world bath done UMes myrtles grew, and roses blew, Abmotning brought the sun. BNt have a care, ye young and fair, Ban you pledge. wish ,m;th; wubetiaf tat your love will weer the days of youth! 1[JJugtve-ot beart for heart, 'hand for ban'd, :3 ! fiad ye 've played the "unwLs" part AM ''built upon the sand". '1 well to save, 'tis well to have A goodly store of gold, qid enough of shhn'ig staf, ciarityis cold. Pae pimee not all your hope and trust .'Is wbst the deep mine bringe; - We eotf've' es yellow dust, - ' WaIxed with purer things. Mi he who piles up wealh alone Will onee have to stand Beside bi coffer che;t and own, -'Ts " bzilupon the sand." 'T gooi speak i~1Itidly guise, And soothe wher'er we can; lair speech should blind the human mind, And love link man to man. Bvt .y not at the gentle words; Let deeds with anguage dwell; Therme-wo pities starving birds Shou1d ..se 'rumns- as weL. "s warm and trne . ttat la d hep...

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