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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 26 February 1885

FEBRUARY, 188>. 1 2 314 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 2! 22 23 24 25 26 27'8 THE FA:RMER'S WORK. >f the farn r.'p mo' tdjIr4ta of..dty otherimau. -is tdepen-ient on and gn.verned by the s-:asons. There is a special time for nearly every special - kind of work which he Mg gandgaa 4Much that he does cannot b - done at any other time than that which has been 'provided for in the,ecomomy of na tare. He cannot.if'iewould change the order of sequence in those things, and tl rerisao course- to be; pursued exce9M of comptiaev iv' h law which he is as powerless to a mend a$,he is to successfully disobey. The success of the'pnsuit,of agri cultureis largefy" dependent' on the rigid observance of these laws. Na ture is ever ready to help the farmer. but she must do it in her q vn way andldhe , 'n3et- _ golod irms er fails to recognize the importance of being always ready for the changes and requirements of the seasons. _He knows therl tia 'dukirating, a time for planting, a t...

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 June 1885

- * -- - - -- - -~e -er -- - x - - 4z- - -k INwBERRY, s. C .r TsITJ'isR185 XX" SD t 9/ ce.7az'ec(o . [The HEALD AND NEWS is now i Oicial organ of the town.) Officers Newberry County. Senator: J. A. SLIGH. Representatives: SA3PSO_ POPE, 0. L. SCHUMPERT, W. D. HARDY. Sheriff: W . W. ISEE. Clerk of the Court: JAS. Y. MCFALL. Probate Judge: SJ. B. FET.. School Commissioner: G. G."SALE. County Commissioners: V. C. LoNGSHORE,JOHN A. CROIER, A. J. LI' INGSTON. Clerk Board County Commissioners: ,. K. P. GOGGANS Coroner: OHN N. BASS. Etaster: SILAS JOHESTONE. Auditor: W. W. BOUSEALL. Treasurer: A. H. WHEELER. Trial Justices: JOHN S. FAIR, H H. BLEASE, J. S. REID, It. S. D -YIDSON, J. B. O'N. HOLLOWAY, W. G. PETER SON, JAS. H. IRBY, J. B. CAMPBELL, W. W. WALLACE, CHAS. P. DICKEET, JOHN L. EFFS, I. B. HAIR. City Officers. Mayor: J. M. JOSTONE. Aldermen. Ward 1 -B. It. CIJE.- Ward t.-O.B.3IAYER,J Ward .--C. A.BOWXAN- Ward4.-J.K. GILDE> C &T. T. C. N. JOHN S. FAIE. Chief of Police:. OHN U...

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 June 1885

-he 2eraid anud gw. T. F. GRENEKER, EDITOK. A PAPER FOl TIE PEOPLE. rise leral: 1s tthehi;hest respects mini ly Newspaper, devote' to the material in tee.ts of the-people of this Conuty and the state. It cireulates extensively. and as an Atlvertising iedinin ofrers unrivalled ad vtntages. For Terms. see .tirst page. NEWBERRY, S. C. THURSDAY. JUNE 18, 1885. A DAYS DOINGS. One days record of casualties reveals the following frightful list which we gther from the Ners and ( ourii-r of Monday. A ric in Geneva in which knives and stones played an active part. re sulted in the killing of one man and the wounding of several others. Ji London an assistant commis sioner of police was stabbed to death. In Ireland a .renewal of outrages have occurred-one farmer killed and a farm hand badly wounded. A desperate figut occurred in New Orleans. A butcher on leaving the market was attacked by three men and struck by a slung shot. Police man Duffv came to his assistance. Duffy was shot but not serio...

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 June 1885

_ fth dateisaCrt eswilt please inform usiLt: Xista1mi wlfl ocea: "sametimes. Subscribers desiring the address of their papers, changed must give both the old and thenew address. Mr. A.H;Koan will also receive and re ceipt for subs:riptions at Prosperity. Death. Little Heyward, the bright and inter esting son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown. died last Thursday, 'n the third year of his age. The Remington Nower and Rake for sale by [1l-2t] J. N. MARTIN & Co. Now is the time this pretty bright weathertogetyourpictures!made. 2t. Catalogue. We acknowledge receiving a copy of the catalogue of Newberry College for 184-.:5t is neatly printed. Will be Commencement Week, begin ning with the Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday morning, 101 o'clock. "For Goodness' Sake,", Young man, if you want your hair cut, don't wait until Saturday afternoon to have it done, when everybody wants a shave for Sunday. Robertson's Fever and Ague Cure the only certain cure for chill and fever -to . be had at Robertson's ...

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 June 1885

JUNE, 1885. 1 3 4 5 1. A La Militaire. TRAINI1G LADIES IN MARCHING AND THE MANUAL OF ARMS IN WASHINGTON. "My experiment of instructing young ladies in military tactics has caused more interest in the matter than I thought it would," remarked Sergeant Major Dunn of the Marine Corps last night to a reporter for the Republican. "What led you to undertake the experiment ?" asked the reporter. "A mere freak of fancy. For many years I have drilled both offi cers and men of the marine corps, and also the Washington Light In fantry and the National Rifles and their cadet corps. I met with such success in these undertakings that the thought occurred to me to turn my attention to making militiamen of fair maidens. I judge, though, that the impression forced itself more firmly on my mind by watching the stage drills of the ladies in va rious plays of the Kilralfy troupe. I am more than satisfied with the re suIts of my training of the Amazonian manipulators. A curious name this is to take, but...

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. — 23 July 1885

7r . r " 7y'i t' v ? r ti A v '' ''+ r K. l r G' ' -! :?E tT ' ,. r.a , l . >t "Y:i.drf +sY'W. ^'c a .. ,, ty ii'f r f' L _ N' 't j' r , , 4 '." j "' " A+PJ ..,e9: '1 " r'+' P:,., t, .. Z. " -^ o' .SC^; f ' :7> " u OWN VOI . XXL N 'VCTBERRY, (e / J/eeo . [The HERALD AND NEWS is now the official organ of the town.] Officers Newberry County. Senator: J. A. SLIGH. Representatives: SAP3ON POPE, 0. L. SCREMPERT. W. D. HARDY. Sheriff: W. W. RISER. Clerk of the Court: JAS. Y. MCFALL. Probate Judge: J. .. FELLERS. School Commissioner: 0. G. SALE. Conty-Commissionerd: - E. C. LO.GSHOBE, JOHN A. CROMER, A. J. LIV INGSTON.. Clerk Board County Commissioners: J. K. P. GOGGA.S. Coroner: JOHN N. BASS. Master: SILAS JOHNSTONE. Auditor: W. W. HOUSEALL. Treasurer: A. H. WHEELER. Trial Justices: JOHN S. FAIR, H. H. BLEASE, J. S. REID, R S. DA VIDSON, J. B. O'N. HOLLOWAY, W. G. PETER SON, JAS. H. IRBY, J. B. CAMPBELL, W. W. WALLACE, CHAS. P. DICKERT, JOHN L. EPPS, B. B. HAIR. City Officers. Mayor...

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. — 23 July 1885

lhe 'efaId and 3ews. - T. F. GRENEKER, EDITOR. 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 medium offers unrivalled ad vantakes. For Terms. see -rst page. NEWBERRY, S. C. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1885. THE UNIVERSITY. We would have it understood that we are still, and always have been in favor of the University. But we are not in favor of the University as it stands. The contest has narrowed down to the question of tuition or no tuition, and the side of no tuition is supported by the vigorous pen and great influence of Associate Justice McIver, but we must confess that we are still unconvinced that the consti tution requires that tuition in the University be free. We do not pro pose to enter the lists ar.d couch a lance against such an illustrious champion as Judge McIver, but we do feel that as the question of free tuition ...

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. — 23 July 1885

Local and. Special. . TRURSDAT, J L 23, 1885. rStephen Il.' FSes. 'formerjy - >f .: ewbery? died at FlatRock,X. C., on iight at her honie near Jalapa, at the age of 38 years.of Mrs. Andrew Kinard died at Prosper itylastFriday. She was a-daughter.of Mr. Ja6ob Single, deceased. Mr. Jones K. Reagin died on Tuesday morning, the 21st inst., about 6 o'clock, in the 26th year of his age. He had ty phoid fever and was quite sick for sev eral days.. Sunday he took a dose of morphine, but not being relieved of his suffering, as. h told a friend, lie took another dose which, in his weak condi tion, was too much for him and has -tened his death. He leaves three devoted brothers to mourn his de parture. Cut down in the strength of his young manhood he sleeps his last sleep. He was steady and industrious and will be missed by his large circle of relatives and friends, who mourn that his bright life-has been so sadly short ened. The deceased was a member of the Methodist Church. His remains wer...

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. — 13 August 1885

ADEII I JONEJ Pu aP Pro Faily Paper Devotel to Literature, iscellany, News, Agriculture, M es, &c. . nIX MONTHS. VOL. XXI NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, AU-UST 13, 1885. [The 11ERALD ANI) NEWS i aW t h1 official organ of the town.] Officers Newberry County. Senator: J..A. SLIGH. :epresentatives : SA3MP'SON POPE, 0. L. aCIIUMPEitT. W . 1D. HARDY. Sheriff: Clerk or the Court: .IAS. Y. 3ICFALI.. 'robate Jud1ge: .1. 1.. FI1.I.ElS. School Comin sioner: G. G. SALE. County Commissioners: E. e. LONGSIIOI'Fm, JOHN A. Cit):-R. A. .i. I.:v. INGSTON. Clerk I:oard County Commissioners: J. K. P'. GOGGANS. Coroner: .3OHN N. I;ASS. Master: SILAS JOIINSTONE. Auditor: W W. IIOUSEALL. Treasurer: A. If. WHEELER. Trial .Justice-: JOHN S. FAIiC, It it. RLEASE, .1. S. REID, IC S. DA VIDSON. J. B. O'N. HOLLOWAY, W. G. i'ETEI SON, JAS. iH. IREBY, J. B. CAM I:ELL, W. W. WALLACE, CIIAS. P. DICKERT, .oI% L. EPPS, It. B. HAIR. City Officers. Mayor: J. M. JOIINSTONE. Aldermen : Ward 1 -B. I. CLINE. Ward a.-o.1:....

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. — 13 August 1885

,he erald and .i ew. G. G. SALE. Er>ITon. A PAPER FOR THE 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 medium ofrers unrivalled ad vantag:es. For Terms, see ttrst page. NEWBERRY, S. C. TIIURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 18S5. THE SCHIRMER CASE. The board of visitors of the South Carolina Military Academy have a way of adjusting difficulties that is simply wonderful. Such a genius for compromise was never exhibited be rore by any body of men. hIardly anything short of inspiration could have effected a settlement of the mat ter brought before them. that is so beautifully adapted to please nobody. A numher of Cadets charged Cadet Schirmier. a sergeant of the corps, with being ""guilty of conduct unbe coming a gentleman." The board af ter a laborious inquiry into the charge. adopted a resolution that in effect entirely exonerates Cadet Schirmer. This...

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. — 13 August 1885

Local and Special. TIi,"I:sDAy. AuGiusT 1 ,.18. TjIS pP rns b foaad onmnle at Geo Adverisnteureau(iOSprtecs.i.w er conacs may ao mar' It IN EW Subscribers are asked to took at the figures opposite their names, and if they see that their subscriptions have expired, will please r: mit the sum due. -Subscribers will confer a favor by exam ining the dates printed next their names, and if the date is not right they will please inform us of it. Mistakes will occur sometimes..: subscriLers <eksiring the address of their p:apers ehinged '1mst give bot h the oh! and t he new ac dre-s. Mr. L. S. lijwcr., postm:a-ter, at I're-perity is our authorized agent at that phice R.If GRENEKEl.Jr.Loc.t ErDITO. INDEX OiINEV ADVERTISEMENTS. SALLADE & CO.--los<1uito Bit Cure. BURNAM BRo .-Turbiime Wheels. W. H. FAY & Co.-Manilla Roofling. Co-TY CO_lmrISSI 0 Rxs-Notice DR. PELIIAa1-Chill and Fever Tonic. Seud uts the news. We intend to be brifi. Alui not give upinio:. Facts are what people wan...

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. — 13 August 1885

AUGUS''. 1885. T --4 3 14 5 7 I8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16: 17 18 19 - 20 21. 22 23 K4 25 26 27 282 y I I28129 p 30131 - rin, Oarbrn 3.usebal$. The Public Roads. r n Anderson Inteligencer. U The annual time for working the b public roads has arrived. The road i. law requires the Surperintendents of t the Highways to appoint the Over. r seers in his Highway District, and to 0 ass;gn them hands. The Overseers e are required to have the hands V warned to work the roads, giving ' them twelve hours notice of the time r and place of working. and the kind e of tool each shall bring. r All our citizens should loe in- i terested in the public roads of the C County. If the law is complied with t as it should be great improvements s will bc made in the roads, but we are 1 sorry to notice that too frequently I b the law is evaded. While a great C many Ov rseers try to do their duty r faithlfully, others are satisfied to call f out their hands and to throw up a f little fresh dirt into the middle 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. — 20 August 1885

* TAN N o . 3 4 - St t --------------------- - --- - - - NEWBERRY, S , RSDAYAUG-UST20 1885. V OL. XXI. N, T_U_-_ [The HERALD AND NEWS hs noW the official organ of the town.] Officers- Newberry County. Senator: J. A. SLIGU. R'epresentatives: SA0IIPsB 1'O:'R. . L. SCIII *I sheritY: 'V. W. i-:St. Clerk of he Court: .1.AS. Y. MCFALL. Probate Judge: School Commis.ioncr: G, G: SALE. County Commisaioners: E. C. LONGSlOUE.. 'OHN A. CI:,1-it, A. J. Lv INGS-C)N. Clerk Doard County Commissioners: J. K. 1'. GOGGANS. Coroner: JOHN N. BASS. Master: SILAS JOHSONE. Auditor: W. W. HOCSEALL. Treasurer: A. U. WUEELCR. Trial Justices: oUy S AIt, U H. BLEAS1i: J. S. BEID.. K S. D.\ VspNN, J. I. O'N. HOLLOWAY, W. G. PETEILt SON, JAS. 11. IBY, J. B CAYIPBELL. W. W. WALLACE, CHAA. DICKERT,JO11N L ETPS, B. B. hAIR.. City Officers Mayor: .1. .. JOIISSTONE. Aldermen : Ward 1 -i. U..CLINE. Ward .-O..MAYEt.JIt. Warl :.-C. A. BOWMAN. Ward4.-J. K.t E C. & T. T. C. N. JOHN S. FAIR. - Chief of Pollee: JOI[ti It...

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. — 20 August 1885

te )erald and 1i . G. G. SALE, EIrTOR. 70 A PAPER FOR TIHE PEOPLE. The Herald is in the highest respect a Fami 1; Newspaper, devoted to the materia in terests of the people of this County and the State. It circula' es extensively, and as an Advertising -."iiuin offers unrivalled ad vantages. For T'rms. see irst page. NEWBERRY, S. C. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 18S5. MR. TRENHOLM IN THE BALTI MORE OUTLOOK. In accordance with Senator But ler's request Mr. W. T. Trenholm, of Charleston takes up the subject of the Senators late letter to the news aid Covrrier. and rather tikes the smile out. of his cheerful view of things. Mr. Trenholn has not much of an opinion of the average Congressman as a political economist, nor any great admiration for the financial leg islation of the past It would be much more pleasant to adopt Sena ter Butler's views, but we fear that Mr. Trenholm has reason and logic on his side, and that the business fu. ture is not so rosy-tinted as it ap pears to the ardent imagi...

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. — 20 August 1885

Local and Special. THIIURSDAY. AU(GUST 20. 1885. T IYS PAP E y fo>nd,ueateGc. AdvertisingBurea(oSpruceSt.> whereadrenhI contracts may be made ror it LIIEW YoaK Subscribers are asked to look at the figures opposite their names, and if they see that their subscriptions have expired, will please remit the sum due. 4Subscribers will confsr a favor by exam ining the dates printed next their names, and if the date is not right they will please inform us of it Mistakes will occur scmetimes...s Subscribers desiring the adelress of theit impers changed must give both the 1l1 an( the new atl<iress. .Mr. L.. S. Bowers, po-tn::n-ter. al I'ro-perity is our authorized aget at that place R.H GR RENEK E R.Jr.,Lo(.u. EIron. INI)X OF NEW ADVERTISEIMENTs. C. &- E. L. KEItRIsoN-Drv Gool-. CORI (.RAToRS-B'ding & Loan A'e. C. F. .JACKSoN-Drv Gto<l etc. COLLi.F-s. C. Militarv Academy. CoLLEG E-Greet.viih- 1 Fimale" (collge. COLLEGE-Er.kine. CITY COUNCIL-Ordi:na:ae CITV COUNCIL-Ordlina ...

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. — 20 August 1885

AUGUST, 1885. _ MJ T W! T| F S - I -- 1 i8 2 3 I4 5! ; 17 | 9 1011 12|13 14I15 16-7' 18 1:20121 22 :23 24j25!26'27|2 29 30 3i -1- I WORDS OF WISDOM. 'Tis but a short journey across the isthmus of Now.-Boree. The greatest of faults is to be con cious of none.-Carlyle. Presumption is our natural and and original disease.-Montaigne. What we learn with pleasure we never forget.-Alfred Mercien. The heart has always the pardon ing power.-Madawm Suetshine. Enjoy present pleasure in such away as not to injure future ones. Setneea.. Pitch up,Dn the best course in life, and custom will render it tbe most easy.-Tillotsoin. Give what you have. To some one it may be better than you dare to think.-Longyfellow. The innocence of the intention abates nothing of the mischief of the example.-Robert Hall. Any man who puts his life in peril in a cause which is esteemed, be comes the darling of all men.-Em erson. There is nothing as sweet as duty, and all the best pleasures of life come in the wake of du...

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. — 27 August 1885

1. C JO N ES I , 11 an PropSIX MONTHS .1 FaMnily Paper Devoted o Litei'atutre, Miscellany, Kezs, .1grc~tte ,4f0ht7 is.RTE ~ R AN V0L XX.NEWBERRY, S. C TI-I RSDAY, AUTGJT2~18 o 5 [I'i 11ERALI1 .\N) NEWSv'. is ntw ; lw! C o:1i1-i:t{ organ of the town.] Officers Newberry County. en::tor: 1l .1. A. s1.:G11. A lie pre.-eo nt . ivr-: S.Am'SoN l-OPE. 0>. I.. e Itl l'1'1T. -h':ri l': Cl(k of -'e ('urt: .t. .Y . MCFAI1.. Probate Ji.tla4': .1. ):. rI-:i.J.E :s. G. G. s.A1.s,. County Cumutisioner: E. C. t.(.!S:nOl:E, .10h1N A. ('::. -:::,..\. .3. .1v INGSTroN. f :l.rk ttoar' County ('onn ission'"r .Ir. .1. K. 11. G1OGt:ANS. Coroner: .OlHN N. .\.-S. Jir..\s . :t N Tr1-: Aui titor: w. W. IIOt'sEA 3.L.. Ti Treasurer : \. 11. w 1:1-:.Et l. Ai Trial .l:i:'.: 1 .J4)11% F.A .1 if. .1tAs- . Q.. .21:32' 3 . VI tSOX...,.I i. ' . Ilo011.1s \\ . IV. 1:.,'TE: SON. .JAS. 11. I :t, .. e. CA 3\1.*EL.. W. W. Ti w . 1.ACE, ('IL.S. P' IICKht:'T. .1 L. E1 'S, 1. 1.. 1 .t. City Officers. .Iayor: T .. .3. .3o31u...

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. — 27 August 1885

A ;AiE1. FO1 TilE Il'EOPLE. TlIe lIer:;" is in the lii:hest reapet a V:r.i ly Newsp:per. "levot.I to tir rat-ril ui " ter. tof the peoPple- of11 his (;o nty :u Sltr State. It rircilxtex exterisivety. and as an A. v<-rti,itr, me--ntimri otTe rr s iin ivaltI'. :tci V:. rot:;"s. Ior T.tri , see fi r1 I):t:lc. NEWBERRY, S. C. TilISI)AY, AUG UST 27. 1S: 31ILITARY EUC:ArION. Recent events have brougiht the Cit. adel Academy prominently before the pubiic. It is not our purpose at pres ent to speak further of the late ac tion of the Board of Visitors. or tc refer to the troubles developed in the discipline of the in-,stitution. Nor dc we consider that the inefficiency of the faculty or of the Loard of Visi tors. if inefficiency there be. has any thing to do with the question "Is the Citadel a necessity ? If it is -n imn portant and valuable part of our ed ucational system, let any abuses that may exist be corrected. and any de" fects remedied. But have we any use for military education a...

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. — 27 August 1885

Local ndSpecial. S1P.DAY..U(,ISr27 JSubscrbers are asked to Icok figs:M-s opPo$ite their na,n Zt they see ehatetheit rlst hav exp:red, wiit plesu tbipt-ons have exF.d. i pease remit the sum due. . WSubscribers willcof smde| iwg the dates picotefer a favor by exan if the date is no Printed xt their names, as us of it. ist they will please infor ubscibes 'es Will occur scmetimes.." I)": >er b ers ce . Il ie : or thie th.e new ath(lre"s. e he ,,l] : SI1r. E. . iioners 1s our r:. aea-P a er:t I'ru"j,eriI ut:t:):i%eal8,,.1e1 AD IEifIsE M--"' I LEA.SE ST . 1 r E-Colmbi:i 1e111. -I -. Pt~ORD--.lIorsc. f"or,:i" - ' . LE_vELL-Piatio f"'it :Ile . . BoozER--J.int for "tlt. ETOCK[OLDER.jS-\- -\Ir l' L I I)eath. , i rvate leter ere v'd. 31I 1 Taylo. r in Chinder , 'I1 :." nthe1x -l i a, oi t. I;I mitant, after a brief iil:ess. 3.r. .. 3f. Spiice, for :i' luo"- tilm watchimaii at the Blu-h River rtl- h ud Muatiou at i 1 m eh day waStclIhaa at ''.r - il lst Su::dav of coumpti in th 50th "str o ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
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