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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 7 June 1865

THE WEEKLY NERALD Devoted to the Dissemination of General Lnformation'. VE VOLUME LI. NqEWBEARY, S. C., WENESDAY, JUNE 7 .1865.' NUMBER 24. THE WEEKLY HERALD Is PUBLISHED AT. NEWBERRY C. U.,. TERMS, $2FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE. Payable in Cash or Provisions. Advcrtisements inserted at $1 per square, for first insertion, 50 cents for subsequent insertions. Marriage notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of personal inter,est charged a.advertisements. Important Notice to Cottor. Owners. OFFICE OF U. S. PCRcFAs,NG AGENT, Savannah, Ga., May M, 1865. The attention of cotton o vners is called to the. following extract3 from the "Amended Regulations for the purchase of products of the insurrectionary states on Government ac count,' issued from the Treasury-Depertment of date May 9th, 1865, and approved by the President. of the same date. "1. Agents shall be appointed by the Sec retary of the T:-easury, with the ap'-oval of the President, to purchase for the United - ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 7 June 1865

THE WEEKLY HERALD. L NEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNESDAY MO?.NING, yUN.E 7, 1865. gg We understand that a hail storm of some -severity, was felt some days ago, in the vicinity of Pomaria, doing damage to the growing crops. .Other sections also hae experienced like visit lngs. " It is exceedingly mortifying to hear. the numberless complaints of ubscribers not getting their papers, when it is' regularly printed and mailed. Everything and everybody is out of gear now, but we are still in harness, and send the paper -regularly. Gbnerous. The kind friend who sent us a silk worm in payment of subscription will receive a world of thanks for so timely a relief. It will be impos sible however to send d paper in return as no name was signed to the ipteresting document ac companying the worm, an omission greatly re gretted, for we don't like to be the recipient of a 'retail' generosity without being able to return it. Many thanks. Sale-Day. This time honored 'institution' brought'a large number of old f...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 14 June 1865

Il r -H-ER -A-LD -Devoted to t e Ii sepia , n of General Information OLUME I. NE BERRY, S. C., E NESDY, JUNE 148. NUMBR 5 STE WEEKLY HHERALD . IS PUBLISHED. AT '. NEWBERR Y C. H., TERMS, co FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE. Payable in Cash or Provisions. } Advertisements inserted at $1 'per square; for "?irst i iertion 50 cents for suhsequeiit.inserLious. arrtage n t~ ' TReralFnvitatior t r "nn- ' arirCommunications of pe son:lnterestcharged as advert ents. . CoMXU 1CATED. What Shal We'fo? Is it better'to write 4he truth or withhold it ? Is it befter to state fac'ts to the people 'as they are, so that they may be enabled to know their ,positon, or to play "hide and. seek," with them accordiug to the political *way, and. delude them still further down the road to ruin.. Which is .preferable ?.. The demagogue would say don't.do t i It wont do. Don't, Qpen their eves. You'll-1 never get ofice. Well, we-ha'e decided that we re-now in ' kee country, where a man can ex pre$ s is opinini n witho...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 14 June 1865

E-'BBRRY S. C SAdvertisements, (biturie, &i to it sure Snblieatiou, must be paid for in dIanne- All Job Wirk Cash'ion Delivery. Attention is called to advertisement of s perirurniture for srle fair opportunity is here ofered for inv stinent. L"ong L denied many table coiforts and delica cls,'bside very 'many realnecessities, our rea ders will appreciate the rare list. of-frienid Solo iod's oh atpther columrn. It smac of the-olden time t .Ater 6i expl on bccerted.at thk ordinaace depm and m zine, iobileg tb 26th ultimo. squares of buildi$gs Jwdre dern shed. and abo 5000 balem.of cotton destroyed. 'The explosion , took place whle the ordnance stores,.surrender ed by"Dick.Taa-lor, were aeing removed. About 300 persons were killed. Several thousand were= buried in' the ruins... The total-loss is estimated at between Ave and eight million dollars. Extensidof the. iMtary nes of the United By an order from the War Department at ashington, tie 'ilitary lines of the Unitet States are-xed...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 21 June 1865

TotHE WEEKLY HERALD.PE DeVoted to the Dissemination of General Information. VOLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1SG. NUMBER 26 THE WELLY HERALD 16 PUBLISHED AT NEWBERRY C. H., TERMS, el IN SPECIE, FOR SIX MONTHS, OR 81,50 IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariably in advance.) Advert,Tr,ents inserted at $1 per square, for first insertion, 50 cents for subsequent insertions. Marriage notices, Funeral invitations, obituAries, and Communications of personal interest charged as advertisenents. [CoMM!CTE.) Only a few dayihad elapsed, says the Charles ton Courier, after the surrender of Johnston, when primary meetings were held in many places in North Carolina, atnd delegates sent to Wash iugton to co: fer with the President in regard to the afflairs of the State, and the ;ppointment of a military or provisional governor. The result is seen in the late proclamation appoimting the ion. Wi. H. Holden, Ivith instructions to pre at ribe such rules and regulations as mnay be ne c:ss...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 21 June 1865

THE WEEKLY HERALD.. NEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1865. Advertisements, Obituaries, &c., to insure publication, must be paid for in advance. All Job Work Cash on Delivery. - Vegetables,are needed at the Hospital -let our benevolent citizens see to it that the sick and infirm soldiers suffer no. for a few Tege tables . What is the matter with our Jalappa sub scribers ? nine out of ten complain weekly of not gittidg the paper, when it is regularly sent. It is very unpleasant, and we are almost tempted to go up there and straighten the settlement. Fan cy the printer's feelings, friends, and settle upon some careful person to take charge of the pack age, or, or, 'by the heavens that's above us all, we'll 'trash somebody for dat' yet. With this No., June 21, Closes the term foi- which many of our readers subscribed to the Herald, consequently this will be the last papet they will receive, unless their subscription is renewed: Our terms are strictly in advance, and ee wi...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 28 June 1865

- - - t4t t re tz ' m Devoted to the Dissemination of General Information VOLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C., WVEDNESDAY. JUNE .28, 1865. NUM13ER 7. THE WEEKLY 'HERALD IS PUBLISHED AT NEWBERRY C. H., TERMS, $1 IN SPECIE, FOR SIX MONTHS, OR $1,50.IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariably in.advanc@.) Advertisements inserted at $1 per square, for first insertion, 5W cents for subsequent insertions. Marriage notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of personal interest charged as advertisements. Labt News from Abroad. From an Augusta paper of the 2?th inst. we make the following summary : In an interview between President Johnson and delegations from the Southern States, the President tells them that "if there are any of them, either the people or the politicians, who have a hope that there may be a gradual aboli tion of slavery, or a servitude in the shape of the apprentice system, they are in error, that in no contingency can.slavery ever be revived. They must dismiss th...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 28 June 1865

; IE W EEKLY HE.RALD.I -NE Y r 1 ,Y, S.. C. W DRF.Y :-v2INCt, NEK wS, 5. Notice the CaeCs-MAR ! "It signifies tlrat your subscription is out, or nearl? so. And that when it is out the paper will be 'sent no more. sear it in mind, and if you wish to renew see terms on first page. Arrival of U. S. Forces. C: E, 25th Ohio Regiment, under command of Captain Mirrrty, arrived here Monday rast. They have eucamped on 'Academy Grove. We un derstand that the officers will be ready for the transSction of their duties by Wednesday. The Weather. Since our last issue copious showers of rain have fallen over the district, and the prospect so - * far for an abundant yield of corn is favorable. Travelers report that the signs of a large yield of grain, fruits and vegetables, ar? prevalent wherever cultivation has not been interrupted. Melons made their appearance in this market on' Monday, .but being "a huckleberry above our persimmon,' we did not indulge. The Difference. The'city of Columbia, we ar...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 July 1865

4' * * THE WEEKLY IIERALD Devoted to the Dissemination of General Information. VOLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY ., 1865. NUMBER 28. - ' miwo THE WEEKLY HERALD Is' PUBLISHED AT NEWBERRY C. H., :TERMS, Q1 IN SPECIE, FOR SIX MONTHS, OR $1,50 IN PROVISIONS. jPayment required invariably in advance.) Advertisements inserted at l per square, for first insertion, 50 cents for' subsequent insertions. Marr;age notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of personal interest charged as advertben.ents. Public Meeting. In cdmpliance with the recommendation of a meeting of the citizens of the town of Newber ry, held on the 27th ult., a general meeting of tbe citizens of the District, was held on Monday, Sd July, at Hurd's Hall. The meeting having as-. aembled, on the pomination of Mr. Jas. Glenn, Col. J. H. Wiltiams was appointed chairman, and Henry Summer, Esq., Sec. The chaianan hav ing stated the object of the meeting,. and an nounced that it was prepared for busines...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 July 1865

THE. WEEKLY HERALD. NE iBERRY, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULy 5, 1865. Notice the CROSS-MAaK! It signifies that yoir.subscription is out rnearly so. % And that when it is out the paper will be sent no rore. Bearl'in ixund, and; ityou" wish to renew see terms on fitstpaae. r ? The printing office advertised for sale, is the "Walhatla Banner," in Pickens District ; not the Herald, as some spppose. " The attention of our readers is invited to niportant military orders, from the commandant of this post, to be found in another column. (g A "Biographical Sketch of. the late Chief Justice O'Neall," will appear in our next paper. This paper will alfte be worth the sub scription. Those seeing the cross-mark will do well to renew at once if they wish to secure a - copy of this interesting biography. Anderson Intelligencer. This exeelleni sheet having recovered from the -a a effects of Stoneman's raid, is again disseminating useful intelligence to its large circle of readers. Who is to blame, f...

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