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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 July 1869

T-T fta T.- 4ft tI 7tV,l IA. J.r W.1 Aa WO wr& r t'i Ii 4M,. EAU,~ .. . VOllTHlE DISSEMUIA'fON OFUSEFUL INTSLUkIC109 1 ~j%~t.V.. . WEDNESIDAY MOIRM.NG,) JULY,,98, 1869,(. *N 9 T4 E, U#A LD RY WEDNESDAY MORNiNG, At Newberry 0. H., P r ;9I PRO,p8rON 8. iw yntent required invariably inadvance. "*I&vaje*'Ntles, Funeril In1*tatlon; obit 'aries; and CommunlatIons subsorving privdte advertisements. .. 9PRISTIANS RELED. Waril'ng where they can't controi, Ki~ ~voo P ed (lie 'nifalfen soul In-tie godlike wreck of nature vSijn-Ild Intthe sliner lerIve h'at hay still r6gain the stature It hath fallen froun, I believe. I bellevoin ahu4na'n'khnduess, Large amid the tons of men, Nbbli farl'h w illing blitidness Tit an In censure's keenest ken In the gentlenesa that sIoWly SaI) tial n% hitt would othVrs grieve, In th9 tji"Vtla, de4igild holy,: Hhings ,I'believb. * lelfe'vd itt self-denil, And its seerbt throb orjoy theloypnhat lives.throngh trial, .u4WyiHihot, idingh' dath destroy i l.t h o...

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. — 28 July 1869

* 3ieWapsper ~Writeru. Few imingine the responsibilitles anil the labors of a newspaper writer, sayi thie Wihnington Star, and fewer utill art &anXiuUs to fiestvw praiie where it is due or to withhold vensure where it woulk be properi) to to du. Many gentlemen o leisure, taiblu thenliselve1% to pen a girattuitinitil yhtase, are quite ready it eritieise uisparingly, uid to acidulatt their criiical retitirls itith a bcori that relecets little credit otl theit hear t ntiod -at-s t their head. lie whoi %I ItVS for a nie-.mntper tusit often Im.m opinlivuito m ithott tim1e for reflec lt i W rite p1ar,1gluipht w-1ith out the opportunity of revision. tHe Ilnust ye<p'ety write of (hat whieb it lt- patt inaly understand,, wnd rmust I q Ult. ofi(- ti e.itt ftr his u nind arti. Gis h n t ostutd and curiev onV oilld htirplovC. lit trfu-,h, tift!n.im Iaborf. are expow-ed t 0th1 .eelc efitici.si oW thoste Whji 1ota will111g;y -nissute "::tlout regard tc pfujpl,etY. 1and( too eagery deny cre...

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. — 28 July 1869

THhINALS:OULLRGE, Will resume exercises. los ept ft er nei. -The Western N. C.-it ta d'fid k. a nali,libury WIth the wofth r1Q16dr# At ea fAcces.., It is In a high and healthy re0op, " view of the tb'untains ; froin Its- atfntit there is ,.4omplet porania ofr.4he snrrounding country. Tho bull ling is large and com modious. The teaa ters are exprienced. Doar4 Room, Fuel and Washing $15 per mont., ,Tnilon from $2.60 to $0.00 per thon in tekilar elaspee. lusie, Paintiug, -Auelentand ftodorn Languages extra, at moderste-rates.- Tho boarder will furnish bqr Iqwo twels, Slicets and Pillow Cases. Nel t inuok 16 wb,i, ending Dec. . 12nd,-adtho next ifter begins January 8d, AR leitides 24 weeks.,. 'E. F. UI0011WELL, July 28 29 If. Statesville, N. 0. I E."D 1110TI ON'. have'dided'to odi already large itid vayled:e ' c A NEW SUPPLY OF. R GOODS ROWN & BLEACHED INS, S, 1DI AND 0lHU1RSN'8 &H 0OES, ALSO, itll0 Sdpply*f the Celebrate'd PATEHT SUP[NDER, SOMETHING ENTIRELY NP4W, AND THAT PLEA...

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. — 28 July 1869

Tho Sal otLnka-::qporter, pub lisl 11.11orlInneully, ( leu getle:g i !tndon, Mli Thoi w'ayfor dg Yong, t41oppd i:r town, night, bo e tat. To'.iau and Japan thile Padific dm) i ten) o' twolve -dy atyhor than any otheor, and affrds the tW or thb p4eafiurc,f passitog ttho Continet o the Un1ted StateS in review Crom Boston, or Now York to Sai Franicisco. Think of it as a pleasiro trip; thirty-five hne dred milus ovr overy variety of tenoa,in tihe world, from the b)ig bily %-eultivatOd s10opEt and) Valt03ys 'of Maa,thSttI to thl gloomy .otfV, 4 o th a Rocky3oruntoinle, t ho 11u-COMpCIlling pe104kS Of the anin, th Ded Sea, tho isssp prlaros, th Great Amorican D stnc and the American Andes 'ill-own In as sidt-shoWs1 With t h N qnjplution- and equipment of tho rosd, the trip will be very giieble, personaily-what wit A o4 'oltjnig-hiouses andI( hotols, (lpngihlp r6nds and silvor-mnounlted A 'SFv-:RuE 111r.-A con tem porary relates that at ladly wvho advocated dancing sid to anlnged minister ...

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. — 28 July 1869

-lip TH DOLLARS A YEAR FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JuLY 28, 1869. NO 29. IS PV7BLISED. 3P1M? WEDNESDAY MORlING, magigeiete 1 ANI M E;UN IN CUR2RM1 OS PROVISIONS. . leEn am ed iavadabNy is advum "a a Noti E, FMeral Iiltations, Obft bam, ad Communications sabserving private iliXS pdvertisements. Swbdre he'y can't control, QoeWthe iu a~len soul! In i sdSke weck ofnature d4i4 in $he sinner leave, '-ist inai still regain the stature It bath fallen from, I believe. I beeve'in l'aman kidlnes,, Lrgesid the'tot men, 1t fer btin,igAdaeS Thisa in eensure's keeisst Ae" la the geutleneas that slowly &asiass ,lacwon geve, ta thatni% , hbtl , *belleve in self-denial, And its secret throb of jay : " io%idet; de o Ia those fond and full belieyiags That, thcigh all the world deceive, Wilot its dark deceivings r spimL4ket, I beieve. I believe in man's affection, reai n,And sa woman's purity ; * V~lo fty soul, sustai.iing, p%dee ;elr AIN ...

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. — 28 July 1869

Newspaper Writers. Few imagine the responsibilities and the labors of a newspaper writer, says the Wilmington Star, and fewer still are anxious to bestow praise where it is due, or to withhold censure where it would be proper to so do. Many gentlemen of leisure, unable themselves to pen a grammatinl phrase, are quite ready to rriticise unsparingly, and to acidulate their critical remarks with a scorn that reflects little credit on their heart and less on their head. le who writes for a newspaper must often form opinions without time for reflection, anl write paragraphs with out the opportunity of revision. Be must frequently write of that which he only pax tially understands, and must tqually often eject from his mind arti eles that haste constructed, and correc tion would ituprove. . in truth, often his labors are exposed to the uwerciiess criticism of those who too willingly eensure without regard to propriety, and too eagerly deny credit without re'cct to justice. When it is reme...

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. — 28 July 1869

* FEMILB OLLE0, Stateaville, N. C., WiL resume exercises 1st September - aist; The Western N. C. Rail Road, mak hg esanecton at Sali?bury with the North !lraeia Road, renders it easy of access. - It is in a high and healthy region, in view at the mountains ; from its summit there is SeompltW panorama of the surrounding eooatry. The building is large and com toioas. The teachers are experienced. Boar4, Boom, Fnel and Washing $15 per meath. . Tuition from $2.50 to $5.00 per amoth in regular classes. Music, Painting, Aleisat and Modern Languages extra, at moderate rates. The boarder will furnish ber own Toweis, Sheets and Pillow Cases. taMt aeem cntienes 16 we:ks, ending Dec. 4;.ead the next after beginsJanuary3d, e, an comnies 14 weeks. I. F.ROCHWELL, Js 28 28tf. Statesvile, N. C. Ni IDDITIONS. - awsddd to our aready large and roog 0 oODS.. A NEW SUPPLY OF D GOGDS '2 WN & BLEACHED ~A flploKIRT&~ L. - ORSET$ ; .TuoES, ALSO, SMETHING ENTIRELY NEW, AND THAT PLEASES ALL. Ii ADDITI...

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. — 28 July 1869

IA& -New Kbte.Ao China-The First raretlers. The Salt Lake Reporter, pub lished in Corinne, says: Three gentlemen from London, on" their way for Hot g Kong, stopped in town night beforc last. To China and Japan the Pacifie railroad offers a route from Lon don ten or twelve day shorter than any other, and affords the traveler the pleasure of passing the continent t- the United States in review from Boston or New York to San Francisco. Think of it as a pleasure trip ; thirty-five hun dred miles over every variety of scenery in the world, from the highly-eultivated slopes and valleys 'of Massachusetts to the gloomy .gorgres of the Rocky Mountains. the cloud-compelling peaks of \be same, the Dead Sea, the Missisisppi prairies, the Great American De sert and the American Andes thrown in as side-shows! With the completion and equipment of the road, the trip will be very agreeable, personally-what with g od eating - houses and hotels, ug tberoads and silver-mounted ears. A SEVERE HIT.-A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 August 1869

4~ %T4--- ' LEDoLLARs A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION O USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARI WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1869. NO - E WERA LDI d a.::m! .JS Flu,LS E EVERY WEDNESDAY. MORKING, Vt At'Newborry 04 I., e eJ7iHQS, 7', & R. H. GRENEREU, Editors and Proprietors. TERMS, 38 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONs. ent ioquired Juvariably in advance. Matr.Iage ;Notices, Funeral Invitatione, Obit suarjeq, and ConAniunilations subserving private itrestb,*te charged us advertisements. T1E PERPLEXED H1OUSEKEEPER'S SA OLII.OQUY. j wish I h4d a dozen pairs .Of 'ihnds this ver iniunte; I'd soon put all these things to rights The ,f. dinee Is in it. Zere's a big washing to he done, pa tr ofii,ds to do it, *8 t) letid;tockings, coat aid pants ow will I ever get through it? fflnne4(4 ,'4t foi six or mnore, No'lo%f left ovpr from Suniday Aid b3Aby MI'ooi as he can live He's always so on MonIday. ,And there's the cream, 'tis getthig sour .7ian iWAt forthwith be churning And hero's Bob wants a but...

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. — 4 August 1869

The Approaching Agrioultura Fair in Colum bia-ircular from the Roxutive Committee The following highly 'important Cir cular will explain itsulf: COLtMJIA, S.. C., July 14th, 1800. Sita: The Executivo Ciomnittee of the S. C. Agricultural and Mechanical So cietv, having made the necessary or rangemnents for the animal fair to t lid in Colimbin, on the accond Wed nesday in November next, now appeal to their fellow-citizens to make the move. ment a success. Thit development of the material in turests or the State is conceded to be a matter of importance. It concerna the dignity as well as the general welfare of t:Q people whom we represent that nil that all their resources should be fully evoked. We have broken fortunes to etirieve, ruined industries to revive, and a just iilluence to regain. To aic comipisli this Cmi, the necessity is upon us, to move out upon the industrial arena and secure the reward of Energy, Skill and Activity. As a means to this end, citizens of the State represe...

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. — 4 August 1869

Dist lt Court of the Unied States. For the District of South Carolina. In Bankruptcy. In the mntter of J. H. Biease or Edgeield-Bankrupt. To whom it m.Ay copcern : The under. signed hereby ives notice of his appoint. nent as Assignee of.the estato of J. I. Bleawe, of the County of Edgeflold, and State of South Caroliina, within said County, Aloh asbeen adjudged a bankrupt upon '.petition by the district court o said Dated ard day of August A. D., PETERSON, Assignee. South Carolina. NIePwborry-Ink Equity, ted ipecilI Referee THREE lio Equity Jurisdie. 4d hereby notify all at Courts of Refer = At my omeo from (FM., until tho 10th . VOT """"'' NSTONE, Referee. T1 Uw et Court of the (tS.- for South Carolina. a,1809 In thle matter of Charles .,jmnen, of Colutmbia, S. C.,-Bank-. .-Upt. Petition for full andt final diachargo in Bankruptcy. Ordered. that a hearing bo had on the 3rd day of Sept., 169, at Federal Court House in Greenville, '8. C., and that all cred, hIors, &c., of stid--1...

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. — 4 August 1869

The A44 of MAk1g loast. Did the reader ever ask for toastl ab botel? If so, heprob ably eAls served with a piee of feph .bread, burned before the fire tJe charcoal mostly scraped of, and served under the name of t4i Now there is a little science involved in making toast. It should always be made of otale bread. The heat drives off what ever acid.: ruay have formed in the loaf, but inore than that, the starebh Qft he flour is more or less couverttd by the heat into more digest ible subtance, des trine. By uicely toa.stijg a Oice of' bread we eive the digestive organs a cer tairi aimount of labor lece toast is usulV aCeptable to invalidb and those if' iipaired digestivn. So much P-r tb pbikbvphy of the thiig. .Now for the prawtiev. Mke the iSt frouni a ttalv hotne jadv kaif. Baker's bread wi!l inake at iritattioi 4f tio.t. tut not the thig itself. S*,4e rloje rately t1bin. and plUite on tLe top'tIng Pirk. or it) totue of tbe ivle'tositers. and hold it near the fire until it it well wa...

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. — 4 August 1869

Tee DOLuLas A YEAR,] FOR T9E DISSEIINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE [INVARIABLY IN- ADVACE YOL.Y. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUS THE HERALD 1r PUBLISBZD EYRY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At10Nebefu .K.,. % maneigos,agerpitesrs. men3 s rza ANNUM, IN CURRWnCY OR pEOYISIONS. tssttregaired invariablyin advance. 1taRiee, Funeral Invitations, Obit Comanlcationsaabeerving private ,ste oiareet as advietimets. wh 6edozen pairs Qf ;this verb minute; soon pt all these things to rights The f$d uce is'ia'it. ee's a big washing to he done, sE f do :it, "coasasndpat ow wigever get throngh~it? . - over from Sunday ; / inalways so on Monday. thea's the cream, 'tis getting sour SW ethiaibe bnmlng ; Ad here's Bob wants ; button on ala I be turning ? 'Tiyae the meat was-in the pot, work d for boking. iake fromthe boil O iart the baby's waking ! N. s inbnt1Le,h'eh-h! sepa little, dget some wood, a seemse tge *'lm dow t.--Iie bo. Aird. things in this pother, " wi11ome some hasty word t o64.ire I'm thinia.g; ibesy Ebasywor...

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. — 4 August 1869

he Appoa S Agricalturl Pair in Colum bia-6ircular from the Ezbctive Committee. The following highly important Cir eular A Ill explain itself: COLUMBIA, S. C., July 14th, 1869. SiR : The Executive Committee of the S. C. Agricultural and Mechanical So ciety, having made the necessary ar rangements for the annual fair to be held in Columbia, on the second Wed nesday in November next, now appeal to their fellow-citizens to make the move ment a success. The development of the material in terests of the State is conceded to be a' matter of ignportance. It concerns the dignity as well as the general welfare of the people whom we represent that all that all their resources should be fully evoked.' Ve.have broken fortunes to retrieve; reined industries to revive, and a just influence to regain. To ac complish this end, the necessity is upon us, to move out upon the - industrial arena and secure the reward of Energy, Skill and Activity. As a means to this end, citisens of the State representi...

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. — 4 August 1869

Disttiet Court of the United States. For the District of South Carolina. In Bankruptcy. In the matter of J. H. Blaese of Edgefield-Bankrupt. To whom it may concern : The under signed haey gives notice of his appoint ment as Assignee of the estate of J. H. Blows, of the County of Edgefield, and &ase of South Carolina, within said County, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition by the district court of said district. Dated 3rd day of August A. D., 3869. .J. T. PETERSON, Assignee. Aug. 4:sb St. The Nat of South Carolina. Fifth Circuit Court-Newberry-In Equity. Having been appointed special Referee in many of the causes in the Equity Jurisdic tion-of this Court, I would hereby notify all whoa it may concern, that Oourts of Refer ems will be held daily at my onee from 9 o'cloek A. M.,to 2 P. M., until the loth day of September next. SILA3 JO NSTONE, Referee. Aug. 4.30 tf. In the District Court of the UNiTED SrATES. for South Carolina. July Term, 1869. In the matter of ...

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. — 4 August 1869

The Art of Making Toast. Did the reader ever ask for toast at an hotel ? If so, he prob ably was served with a piece of fresh bread, burned before the fire, the charcoal mostly scraped off, and served under the name of toast. Now there is a little science involved in making toast. It should always be made of stale bread. The heat drives off what ever acids may have formed in the loaf, but more than that, the starch of the flour is more or less converted by the heat into more digettible substance, dextrine. By nicely toasting a slice of bread we save the digestive organs a cer tain amount of labor ; hence toast is usually acceptable to invalids and those of impaired digestion. So much for the philosophy of the thing. Now for the practice. Make the toast from a stale home made loaf. Baker's bread will make an imitation of toast, but not the thing itself. Slice mode rately thin, and place on the taa~ting :fork, or in some of the 't toasters, and hold it near the fire until it is well w...

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. — 11 August 1869

Vot.Y.WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1869. NO 31. .V. THEHERA LDh IS TQaLI1ID3 "# t WEDNSBAY IOX NNG, NeVbWherty'U * .ndp,.die ors. t *as raa ANIrK, In CURRE1NCY I OR PRaOVIos. P&M -troairsd iariabIyi advance. A ~ip~s Wsa, Fsem' ratavittios, Obit - n ,---- a*ioats *sb*,tin private I smsbshrte8s adaedets. t, iaDt est. i aT T. s; W4LR.Sa. ' t 3at, daring, rest, ir my folding arms, i And nestle your head, sweetest, e:ose to t my breast; myg to fesofly, dear tendril of love, I - Bass, dang, resr, and Il breathe s shas above- t t' t jy sleep, on. vy ware bosom s t A eWe' my bleoig; from aU dan. d P you, dear token of love ; -ip,- wbil I pray god , above. I 'CoM-'a41. pet dower. Hie close to my heart. Ilk dew-drops revim_, my love will e import; - h a4.d-fection to thee I noew give, t; qupet ..Aower, L.thaak God s .ake, show your pretty d ti a with sof light, js down the bright skies ; Bold up yoertiay hands, my sweet, pretty Walid, hi'te, wake, let us thank God above t t C. we er,"' e...

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. — 11 August 1869

Estrardinary pectals in Tenneuee. The most curious phenomenon of which we have ever heard, occurred in Cheatham county on Wednes-lay last. The dar it will be remembered was re narkably hot, so that ,no,t people in the county had to seek the shade ahut noon. At this hour, on the farm of Ed. Sharp, five miles from Ashland, a sort of whirlwind came along over the r.eigh boring woods, taking up snall branches and leaves of trees and burning them in a sort of fianitig cylinder that traveled at the rate of about five miles at, hour, and developint in size as it traveled. It pa-ed hiretty-o.v-the- *pot-wher a team of horses were feeding, and singed their .ftanes and tails up to the roots; it then swept toward the hou,e, taki.,g a stack of hay to its course; which it -srt on fire. It qtgeeed to ittcrea,e in heat as it went, and in the time it reached the house it iumuedilately tired the shingle' front end to end of dt e 1 uil.iig, so that in ten minutes the whole building was wrapped in il....

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. — 11 August 1869

R" -. . . 4 . Grtces & Ca MerchantSI, c & 2, MOLLOMON ROW, xi TSE ZOWI er EWJERY, s. C. Aug. 4 30 tf. INSURANCEtCMPANY OF NEW VdRK. -o. CASH CAPITAI-$8000s000. Anne 1st Jan'ry 1869, %3966 T.B GREENE. 2d Ass't. Sec'ry.. CHAS. J. MARTIy. Ptesident. A. F. WILLM ARFH.ViCe%Pres't. D. A. HEALD, 2d Vice-res't. SILAS JOIINSTONE, Agent, Newberry, S. C. Augast 4 30 tf. LIFE and FIRE Policies issued at reason able rate., in well established FIRST CLASS COMPIIES W aCH HAVE A :gapita de euer $S,000,00" ug 4.40 tf. NI HOTELI This establishment has been completely fornsb ~sa u%oaeo sheeOm-j 'modatl 'uerma iieur-nd e'#nVtArd e.. ble supplied. Rooms. Qom WLLIAS, ProriL. Pes 100can d ae? a b if they dq not Insure it. j p Is he~cheap=w= c a prope t&L POOL LOD> & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY is she strongest Company In the world. Tey~ Issue the mo$t advatagbous EoIf eirgehoders. .Tiidrpocuare b-a er cbang:.or Car" Thw r policies are Q h. est inaemun of a sum of 'witeaiAda6a, a d.o,'asual,...

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. — 11 August 1869

TAas CAEZ or YoUR HABiTS. Character is the substance, repu tation the shadow only-some times longer and sometimes shorter. How important, then, is care in the growth and forma tion of habits, since character is but a "bundle of habits" that years have been picking up and combining ; and when combined you may annihilate the composi tion, but you cannot alter it. It is no easy matter to drop habits, even those that hang most loosely upon the outside. We have an attachment to them, or they have an attachment to us, which ii not readily separated. They are like an old pair of shoes. which, though there are no advantages attending them, still they are easy and we are loth to "cast them off." The% a.ze like an old hat, which, thougi it has become unsightly, still sits comfortably to our head, and we dread the breaking of a new one. Poetry is pleasure. Anything that interferes with this is a fault. Money is gQod in its use. Be yond that it is apt to work mi.. chief. A STAUAI RISTORY BY GEN...

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