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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 23 June 1869

HREE DOLLARs. A YEAR,] FOR TIE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE[ VOL*' _WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1869. NO.(4. 13I40E H A L D IS ?UDLIBHEBD EVIIRY WEDNESDAY M9I G, 'RW,.p r'!, ANNU11, INCURI.ENOY oR ROVISIoNS. ,ygngired knvarialfy in advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit ~arIe~$p~ gpuluIcRtPs ubita-viag private J1terests. are chaxed as adverilsemento. Th2 .futire of the Negro 1 calieasm the Bane of His If the design of the radical par ty is to annihilate the colored -rap, in this country, it has adopt -ed the surest means to bring about that. rasult. The time will com, .and that not many years ho.nce, whoi the blacks of the South will bo.reucos in number so greatly that their total extinction will bo simply a matter of mathematical .oulcilation-the fact beinig a.-fore gone conclus.ion so plain and pal. PAale that none but.'the veriest ignoramus will have the hardihood to deny it. It is useless, in the woids of Hamlet, "to try and cir -cuinvent God." It is useles...

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. — 23 June 1869

Oaba, V66*64aan rVolution tt 1.ivogretir g *M6 Vvying %*ult*. Thilotlt of t rIwy 06olet both 80tiliern itl Not th. ilbeoldes adventoru%a Itherto usn vud to waN\ have Jied f(i tunil %t%ti the tltutionists . h% savites Nni Cuba%, by nlyi and teegrapb, tat .in Roie Wipot Want 1-tints of Vew. White the mv0hAiW1TI'l t1hs. teta in 1INVna have i%sItltIy 1'ailed in %% prAnt4lpal part 'Mt hellrm-lvee % hWebl wavo tostablish a 4w4meto their own, with but Mlight depiendenice twn theo SpaAnt *tW tIey hai e endvaVort'd to I othibit a new energy in gvement, bty ordering thm tops 'throighout7the por. tna of the isnd liey cupy til Arrest ti suspieionteliesons. Thi, by tillng i the privoils. with peIo1s who are only SUapeted of disafection, CAla have hut one result to increavo the embarasents of the colonial governnent. The details 1 fotn tie toat of 1ilitary oieratiltihw Vto important sulcevm on the pait t the i Spaniards, while the patiIots have stie. -eeeded In cutting the iiih-oud het eel I Noet...

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. — 23 June 1869

;Org% zed, 1868. Quadrupled, 1869. A. OOLOSSAL 4GGRE GA T ION OF OLYMPIAN SPORTS AND NATURES' WONDERS, COL. C. T. AMES' New Orleans Circus an:d lVenagerie. The only organization o' tie kind exita, wjected atnd equipped with Southern cupi. sal, managed aud directed by Suthern meti, awid its peramuhitionls coniffilne1 t ttile kSouthern States, und by far tilemo Ist elegaaf, Iatractivu and KaitidWetuory exhiition n1ou travelling. COL. 0. T. AM ES ..................................................................Propretor. 300. CHABERS.................. ......- .......Busins anag. QAVT. 1. L. BRESZ3E ......... .................... .--........Troasuror. N r C - The most fascinti ng, r aCcomi.-e in el-atih rnePoein That have ut few eq i.u, dn superior iT n ph se b fd rnyndaiiy ~ -. A DUO OF LION TAMEIli, - Kale and Femiale-, the personification of' miraculonas :and incomprehensibio courago rand fortituade. - A MOST EXTrENSJVE; MENAGEiUIP, Of iare Wild Deasts, of nenrly everv knaown, spuei...

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. — 23 June 1869

RFAD.TuII,nu.S.--Girls, bollio rno, real ladlos do work. The 1hams Q1nly are idle. Real ladiOs rosomMoLady Anne Bacon, moth. or of ihe learned Lord Bacon. She was a learned lady, but aho was also a notable housewife. Sie pr4otised all the mysteries of pie, pudding and cako making. She mado 8plendid bread. I doubt if my'own mother ever beat her at that. She vould roast a turkey or a goose so that it madO her hus band's mouth water to see it. She reared pigs and poultry, and was quito as happy w1hi in the kitch oin as whe 11 among lords and ladies in royal drawingroom . W hen hor 8on-in-law pamted her pr trait, he represenited heras a look surrounded bw dei game. te' great son honored an, lovei hw and her nAlmw d userVes tIV -t ten in gld etter1 s n Oho vol 'Nf honorat'Ne wo m on. Girls, don't dsp- k r N r hin Mrr1hns :r 4Z7.N14 Ar T. . , I,"P.Z Ric iath ii p p 1 .: 47 47' 4 ' 4l 50 4to, 47 .7 G7 8 G1 419 th G0 G2 56 Nto A .cn nh- . n: :'P *oIeI f h - 4u *r T t, 4nd :he cni rii .e a e...

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. — 23 June 1869

THREz DoLLAnS A yEAR,J FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELIIGENC (WEINVARIABLY IN ADvAC yWEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE' 23, 1869. -O4 ZEVZI WEDNESDAY MOR ING, 4WMM 0Fr a. nun W O* -vtsro' 8. I.41-s naan".e on;asrhm ns.ina private Antan sr ed as advertisements. T -IEut . of teO Negro casim the Bane of His !!the design of the radical par ty it to anni6ifate the colored aMda. this country, it has. adopt ed the surest means to bring about that resalt. The time will comv, atd, that not many years hence, - wfie the blacks of the South will bews.doeed in. number so greatly that their total extinction will be ift a iatter of mathematical .aIlation-tbe fact being a fore gone oonelasion so plain and pal Orle that none but ;tbe veriest 400titaias will have the hardihood to ?eny it. It is useless, in the wcasof Hamlet, "to try and_cir euvent God." It iR useless to ex pect-that the white race in Ame -ica, with all its vim and vigor, eospegaet upon sits marrige and e with Saxon, Tea Oelt, well hold b...

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. — 23 June 1869

COba. The CMban revolution if._progressirg with varying results. Thousands of old wary soldiers both Southern and North era, besides adventurers hitherto un sead to war, have joined fortunes with the revolutionists: The advices from Cuba, by mail and telegraph, cont.in some important points of ews, While the revolutionary tolu tears in Havana have evidently failed in the principal part of tbeir urcheme, which was to establish a government of their own, with but slight dependence on the Spanieb erows, they bar endeavored to exhibit a new energy in goverrment, by ordering the troops throughout the por tioes of the island they occupy to arrest .1 sspirioos persons, Thii, by filling the prisons with persons who are only omesa of disaffection, can have but em b fesSit to increase the embarrassments of the eslnial~government. The details free the seat of military operations show no important success on the part of the 8paulards, while the patriots have suc seeded in cutting the railroad b...

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. — 23 June 1869

Organized, 1888._Quadrupled, 1869. : CO L3O.SAI A G G R E ,G A T I1O N OF LIPIAN SPORTS AND NATURES' WONDERS, COL. C. T. AMES' New Orleans Cirous and Menagerie. The ony organizadon o, the kid extan., projected and equipped with Sonthern capi tal, managed and diseeted by Southern men, .nd its pcrnmbuiltious confined to the Uthru Sate., and by tar the most elegat, attractive and satisfactory exhibition now L C. T. . . -- . ....Pr-opieor. N....-N ........... ..M.................. uanm Xan ager. fl . & L.......... ........... ................................................. T --- reau er. - erdblnation wHi exhibit at 5essine b~~,Tursday, July 1st, Afternoon and Night. -'hsadeing a er espfs Epterti ithents pre-einlenftly beautiful, novel an~d 8 0 DFBEAUTIFUL ~LADIES. The o-t see aing, aceomplished and elegant in the Arente Profcasion. - A LEGION OF MALE ARTISTS -he Shew bae % ea, and no superiors in phases of daring and agility. S A DUO OF LION TAMERS, elu se Acto of mIraculous and ...

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. — 23 June 1869

RiAD THrs, GisG.- irls, believe me, real ladies do work. The shams ely are idle. Real ladies resembl Lady Anne Bacon, rnoth er of the learned Lord Bacon. She was-a learned lady, but she was ad:a notable housewife. She praotised all the mysteries of pie, pudding and cake making. She made splendid bread. ,I doubt if my own mother ever beat her at that. She could roast a turkey or a goose so that it made her hus band's mouth water to see it. She - reared pige, and poultry, and was -quite as.happy when in the kiteh en as when amonglords and ladies in royal-drawing'rooms.. Wber. hr: son-in-law painted her per -tiai, he represented her as a cook, surrounded by dead game. Her great son honored and Iofed her, anyl hel iinme deserves to be writ t.g in gold letters on the roll of honorable women. Girls, don't despise the kitchen. Never shrink from housework. Stick to the rolling-pin and pie board as faithfully -as to the fin ger-board of the piano. Love the brooi-handle as well as the cro quo...

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. — 30 June 1869

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30 1869. as i C.- * tlras atas gee... sdi ra rI,s.s ohM -w a.nn- shawmving perlale !77 -L4.-a " L; bear'd some the auvemeijts - 'ba Theday on the southern o6f fip aconsid = :ianiSpaards, rein. Aglf eatIy by a body of a.ith grriOn of .Mayap. e .defenees. He e:t E1 1* atan. '- :aad awaited a:a ba 'o h Don~ ninrds having felt their y wit usation teneluded tbqL_VWO was undefended, -and it gallantly at thu bqunet: ''bey c. In "a - victory without "ne piees of dismount ee there, and a sall " - 4 a$erial cand small a-. ecoy. Elated ,ty tbrosged la.e; :*id trown to aiW a.disordered mat's aod by one tI0wa-tresat Spot. i , ._ e s li t e r a l ly , si-:foreed tg -a-de _6e gari<on at - :Ireught - -irl - pie. coe l ettof the com cum Q1esd but having ar than the to jnction, iusafe to.await in futil the Span made the con - that would aertainly be fo his destruction. He - ii . aindoned, there. _ n i')tsio i geune which be hould lave eneumbered - with-and .perhaop for 'tra...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 June 1869

What Net1 A BILAS FROM BEECUER. We cull the followirg theological cu riosities from a sermon on "The Beau ties of Moral Qualities" preached by Mr. Beecher on Sunday, May 16, 1869, and published in the last number of the Ply mouth Pulpit: I have no overweening attachment to the church as a physical oiganlization. I am rather under than cver the line on that subject. I believe that the church partici rcbat th globe is-eriee ofGod. - I do not be liere one church is any better than an othetar WRel -ueewcerned. I do not - belieeo. pere is any pattern what 1i down in the new testa ment -aord ng to which churches sho m* w 'is,d -believe that cb :es.tand on the same grot;nd i't common schooIs and -tterary in3tu. tie' do. Tuey are found to be useful, audio promote mati's grow tb, and so they are right. I believe that ordinance, external forms, ate-matters of t*er indifference. Baptism it iapisAa,.*ether it be affu sion, or sprinking, or immer'ion. The Lord's Supi or, if it beadministered by ...

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. — 30 June 1869

Organzed 186U. uuaarupled, o869. IEIWO A COLOSA rA-GGR G>IT ON _ eOF !'IN SPORTS AND NATURES' WONDERS, t r S:.. - . CO. C.T. AMES' New ,Orlens Girous and Menagerie. The only organitstion of the ktihd extan', projected a:d equipped with Southern capi tal, and din cted by southern nien, and its perambulations confined to the Ponl r te,pnd t-y far the most elegant, attractive and satisfactory exhibition now ..F.. .........._ ................. ... .-.-. . -......8uas s aagetr. A - -NAk - n io will exh bk a& ~1~Thursday, July 1st, Afternoon anid Night. i p imig ier emo ?Faer.nnlents pr-eininently beaunfgt, novel sad -- ia1teetig,~ tfeeed by 3SCORE OF BEAUTIFUL LA.DIES. 5aistig. accomplihhd and etegatat in the Arnnle Profeauloa. * ~ . ALEGION 0F MALE ARTiSTS mib'be& bai- bar equals, and no superiors in phaste. of daring and agility. A DUO OP LION TAMERS, N4 eale, ~e personikuation of miraculous and incomprebenu-blecorgad fortutude. ~kou~ KTENNVE .NEYAGERIE OIu M .B e$ of aeark ...

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. — 30 June 1869

"Se Awa 'aS' Home 1s st id churcbysd stood a stone, , tedand aindd. WO&Wa..ba rabkd 1t, ' aWs UeNIO lest tres SOur mother;" Sepitap which spoke of "bome" "ltsiiisesdn the other. Id gazed on monmenets of fame, Bigh towering to the skies; rd as.- the sceipsred mrble-ste Whee a gress here 1iee; s by this epitaph I paed, And ead,k o'er and se',. Ypr I had neser een Inscribed fh woeds as thesebefers. 'e 4al made be happy." What 1ei ieerd leIt! - A 6M"oef memorn sweet Odirss A. loved, hereft. And what eeseboon gives fohbae l. knew-her best, tssshais-Ia, rude stone That m,sbrd their motater's sh. 1 als bmblw rewing piee. I bw that they were pter; Dab-trt had m their no her sink, sd eadure. rk her cheerMispirit, bperig. one br one, S i ; bmeds up tia hill, Ti he' work was done. Be, "wm ias stilled her weary beert, Feld4ideaar *aid so wite. l$Angdad .s sarreJ from sthe hOme - 'dalwayi made so bright. Est ' eitaied a moUsmeit *eey.onld not bo r, .ef a aoble life, osrerd is on high. A1eMe ...

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. — 30 June 1869

t * . 4' S*'FOR -THIR-DISSOMINAVON'09 AWFtL MNEL.dMl UNC ye- WEDNESDAY MORNING, UNE 30 16. . .2. * -s WebLgsaUb Vma1r WEDNSDM 50OUNING, ~AL&eeetj,70. I.g g:REOVlSIONa. - Payaentreqtifred Invariably 14 advance. Maniage .Nottes, Funeral Invitallont, Obit tuIt ei dommunoatious ubserving private We have at last heard some thig .4efiiie of the movemente of 4en. Jordan in Cuba. The day after,hI landing on the southern shipy. of thue.Bay of Nipe, a consid orable. bodF. of. )gniurds, rein. forbd suboquently by a body- of m.44rqwtho :arrison of Mayarl. moved Upon - hila defenees. le m40,' bdljevo that be had abant doued:the poition, and awaited' the-attackz as in a citadel, neereted in an inner work, raking that which he had left as.a bait for the Done. 'The Spaniards having felt their way with caution, concluded the place was undefended, and rupbed upon it gallantly at thv poit.of;tbe bayonet! They oc. cupied it in a victory without bloed. Some pieces of dismount ed artillery were there...

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. — 30 June 1869

What Next . A TIAST VZOU DBECHER. We cull the following theological cu tiouit8es froni a Sorion on "The fienu ties.of Atural Qualities" preached by Mr loccher on Sunday, Miay 10, .189, ant published 4n tho last number of tho Ply loith Pulpit: it n7o no overweening attnchment tc the church as a physical oiganization. I am rather under than c ver the litie ou that stject. .1 Ihelieve that the church Id ureful ; but I (1o not bolie-ve that any partleil. ar church on tho neco of the globe is ordnilned of God. I do not be. liovo one churbch iaiiY 'ettr' than''an. othqr so far as ordinaneo is conceroed. I do-piilelfevo there is ikny pltiern what"gever Mrid down in Isthe ew Iteblst. Inoent n reding to 11whieh chIIrrh-les should bo organized. I . believe that 9hurches statd on the ammo ground that conmimon l'ohoos iteRiliierary institil tiosi do.. They are found to hso usefiI and to prom4pto matt's gron% th, and so they are right. I belleve that 01rdilanillce, external fo lisi, ate latts of...

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. — 30 June 1869

Organized, 1868 e o J. . . . . . L.. . ... A COLOSSAL OLYMPIAN SPOIRTS COL. New Orleans C The only organiymion ot the khid e SRI, fmnaied nrd dint cled by Fouther SCouthern Staev, and I y far the moL st - ravellintg.. COL. 0.. T. AMES................ 300. ORAMBERS. ............... -APT. . L. BREES3 ............ * ' The entire C Newberry C. H-,, Thursd co ..i.ntredteing a serien of Entera ' A SCORlE 0: TheIa n'ost fitseinnting, accomip A rLEGIO: ThaI. have but1 few equaals, and A DUO tale and Female, the personilfication A MOST E3 Or rare Wild Ilenqt, of nearly rve'rv fenmi the Fri; I .AU1EI10 -SBhoote~d almost to the paint of en (LOWNS, *NtS1 Brlmfull or ri himne, raviaing hn the ne.,adarya ndjuneats tn -anad riauionually intel' Ib, TlE,~GRAN] Will ecuips I Gorgeous Display, ED]SUT. - s Ir A / I hNG.4O1V TrjE KU - P6r:' 'deiueripilor - /dr A s 0,, AGGRE GAT ION OF AND NATURES' WONDERS, C. T. AMES' irous and. lVMenagerie. Xtanlf, projected a-id equipped wida South0erin clopi. n Iicn,...

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. — 30 June 1869

N G Always Made Hodfo di t 4di to tl'i , The band oltiue had crumbled it, Wo flyplil rehtaned.-. ote L.d onld Iin.-:trice '*#ffiAtY of Mire WothPr;1 ."w 'pdjoe Ot' homo" 601iAe QTi 0he oth1er. -Tiite oh nmbnuments or'fatme, High towei-lug t the skle -. I'd se.'n the sculptured mathle-stono Where a great heto lies ; But by thi34 eplinph I piniedl, And read it o'ot and oe'r, for I had neve-r seen uerthedl - Suol' words as thmse before. "8he alwave nadp home happy." What - A, goble record lefiI A legacy of memor*v sweet 'those she loved, hereft. 44d what a tettimonV given . By chose who knew her het, Angravan on thie plain, rude Ptone Iit uarked their uoti,6t-r io,t, It was itt humblo resting phce. I khbw that they were poor; Blt they had seen their m her slik, And patiently endure. lied amseked her vheci Atl spirit, .(if'beari, one bv one, IGmatv burded tip thA hll, v4Till alf he- %ork was done. So. when was stilled her weary heart, Fdlded her liandR so white, And hitle wis carrie.i 1...

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. — 7 July 1869

X, Thun DoLLARS A YEAR,] FOIL THE DISSEMINATION OF IUWUL INTELLIGENCE[ V,OLY.V WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1869. .JM His R A LO at :'-15 P.011L68101ED ,ftkY WEtNESDAY MORNING, S Atj Newberry &.I., tibs: r. &it! E. GIR10mBR, ,$aS, .8 PER ANNUM, INCURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paynentrequired invariably in advance. Marriage Notices; Funeral Invitations, Obit ommunications ulsarving private -2S. I am Dying. The following beautiful poemu is taken from the' Menplhii Blletin. It is rare ljt;we filnd such contributions to the columns of a newspaper. It is sweetly, - o'utifully sad : tAlso my pillow, husband dearest Faint spia fuluter conies my breath, And these shadows stealing slowly, . Must, I know, be those of death. Sit down closi beside me, darling, Let me clasp your warm, strong hand, Yours that over has sustained me To the borders of this land. i your God and mine-our Father - Thenee shall ever lead me on, Where upon a throne eternal, Sit- His loved and only Son I've had visions an...

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. — 7 July 1869

etouthern Women Ecep Their Complex ions. " M,.1OOtmJ1Y," the entertaining Nov York correspondnt of the Augusta Con ltitutionalist, vritea thus concerning th neow tirt of enamelling the fefnale inltegu ment. It is a most horilible process ,ta we are glad that most Southeri we nen are too poor to indtlgo in it, gon der if they wont, evenatually devise som< Plan to scoop out the whole face, and ro lace it with a prottier one I That wotth bo something worth while taking hold of Bu t lot the ladles' list e to " W u1,ov<num An interesting bratch of business which, though qIite familiar to the Pa rifinns, is soliewilat novel to the citizeil of New York, is,ihat of enaiuncling. Thj4 beIll;- whether married or single, who ha decided to adopt this imletlol of renlu% winj the freshiess of her waning charis, in dergoes, as a preliminary, the sotnewha trying ordeal.of I mio-oscopie, inspec tionl, ( while sinhmitting to : lernt1in ) sievere, the gmll iest tipei-fections iy o01 ccik or bust'...

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. — 7 July 1869

inliieons thaving.demahde against .tho Ebtate ofUeo. D. Aniluk, Deo'd., are.lhere - by legally noteled to render the same to. gall attested to the subscriber on or be. - .jtfthe first day of. August next, as on that. day , will, file my final acoounts on - -sid-Etito Aild my application to the Pro. bate Court for Newberry County, for a final llialas administrator. JOHN J. AMICK, 80 25 tf. Adin'r. .$10. REWARD. TSAYELi from place fornery owned by rM. iIUNT, a COW and YEARLING B 14 ho Cow Is large,pale red color with "NVthit'b'tult at end of tail-shiows thle .Dednbr'ted. Ti e Yearling is well grown -sanme color as cow, only a little white on .bolly. The Cow formerly belonged to -f. W-A. Xiance, and may Irave gon1e to wards her plantation. The above reward P will b given for the delivery of both to mne Ne;wbCrry . I., or $5 for either. T. GOUIN. A tqqo 80-25 t.r WbIdt t Court of the United States. For the District of South- Carolina. In the -mg1ter James Slegler--Bankrupt. .y whom a Pe...

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. — 7 July 1869

Id fiE .-It is very of. ~l~a~b htIt dople find thault with nowspapers, because their contopts do not in every instance an (undor ill circumstancos come upt t0"their expectations. If there -Je an error or a lack of variety in i,h article; if reflect.ions tire mado 3 I cireer8 of public men too l dwelt upon ; if there hapiens to be more politics than literature; -uletter turned or a word s)elt wrong, croakers at once set up a howl, and swear that those who have the paper in charge know nothing of their business. Tihe Chicago Post touches the matter portinently in a recent article. It says: , If we reflect upon the variety of matter i) a newspASpOr, that the woric has to h) done rapidly, and cannot in many particulars have the duliberation of' the closet, from the very naturo of the case; that no matter what takos place, the comment thereon must be mado, the demands of the situation being as reoorselosi as tide or time, m,qving on regardless of affection, ligiion, misfortune, death-whi...

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