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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 12 July 1865

3- 9 ... L * * . ** VOU E . - E.BR Y,S.CW DNSAY UL 2,10 THE NEWBERRY WEEKLY HERALD ts PELISHED AT * NEWBERRY, C. H. Thos. F. & R. H. Gretnker. TERMS, $1 IN SPECIE, FORSIX MONTPSi a OR $1,5O IN i'tOVISIONS. (Payment required invarahly 'n adrance.) Advertisements inserted at $1 oer sqtare, for 'first insertion,.50 cpnts Tor subsef:ent insertions. Marr'age notiees, Funeral invitaVcus, Obituaries. and Comnmutiications of personal ntcrest charged as advertisq.ents. K Antony and Cleopatra. I am dying, Egypt, dying, - Eobs the crimson life .tike fast. And the dark Plutonian sha?ors, Gather on the evening uiast ; Let thine arm, 0 Queen, support m", Hush thy sobs and bo''thine ear, Rearken to Cie great heart secret, Thou, and thou alone, must hear. Though my scarfed and veteran legionso Bear their eages high no more, And my wrecked and scattered galleys, Strew dark Actium's fatal shore, ' Though no glittering guards surround me, Prompt so do- their master's will. I must perish like a Rom...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 12 July 1865

*a. THE WEEKLY--HERALD. NEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNESDAY ORNING, :ULY 12, 185. . * Netice the('ags-31Mnt! It sigi fies that your subeription is out, or nearly so. And that when it is out the paper will we sert no more. Bear it in mind, And if you aish to renew see t&ms on first page. To a Few of cur Subscribers. Having enlarge3 the dimensions of the Her ald, we send thi number tomany whose Lime is out. Frequent solicitatiou. have been made to Sy;us not to discontinue the.paper, that many of our readers will rew, and only wait till they can comply with the terms, o? ind a convenicnt way of sendingin their provision.eturns.' We res .ectfully make the suggestion that eaeh 'post of fice club together, and shjp what they have to send altogether ; this ,lau will save us and them selves much unnecessary trouble. After this num ber, subscribers who fail tQ renew,. will fail to receive the paper. We beg that they will signi fy their intealions without delay. t Subsc:ibers can make their payment...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 19 July 1865

TRNNEWBERRY WEEKLY HEALD. - Derited tithe DissemInatien. of Geferal Information. VOLUME 1 NEWBERRY, S. Q. WEDNESDAY, JULY I9 1865; NUMBER 80. THE NEWBERRY WEKLY HERALD IS PUBLISHED AT NEWBEIRY C . HI., Thos. F, A R. 1. Greneketr TERKS, $1 IN SPECI%, FOR SIX MO TIIS, 'OR 31,50 IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariably, in advsnce 4 Advertisements inserted at $1 per square, for firat insertion, 60 cents for subsequent insertions. Marr'age notices, Funeral invit-tions, Obituaries, and Communications of personal interest charged as advertisemtents. 9 A Pic-nic on Eneree. iLast week the writer was noti&edt by some of his old com anions in ar- 'dat there would be -a pic-aic gifn to CompL. "E", (the Quitman Rifemen) at Sondley's Mill, (formerly Brazzie man's) on .Erioree River, with aa injunction to bring with him some Iady-friend. A kind and hospitable family in the neighborhood were ao good as to send to town for me the day previous, and after a ' y packing up of a few articles of ...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 19 July 1865

THE WETKLY HERALD. NEWBERRY, S. 0. - WEDNESDAY XOEWING, JULY 19, 1865. To the Ladies. It is Pefreshing in these times of drouth, heat ant money-scarcity, to meet with good fribnds particuarly among the ladies. May angels and ministers cf grace ever defend and cherish them ! We are largely indebted to our lady readers, naiy of whom bive promptly responded to our call, and with such charming grace and kindness of tone, that we cannot r'efrain from this expres sion of admiration. Mrs. J. R. W.t of Doaalds ville, and Mrs. C. G. C., of Due West, will please accept tbanks as being the first, also for their kind wishe. With the ladies on our side, we rest-not from our labors.-but ccutent; ho-ping that a better day will dawn upon this unhappy world, and that the Herald will grow into larger and fairer proport:ons, and in the estimation of all. Our Provisional Governor. Sooner perhaps than was expecied, President Johnson has responded to the call of South Caro e " ina, and given her a Provis...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 26 July 1865

* - 1... I THE NEWBER,RY EEKLY HRL Devoted tothe. D ssemina:tion of General Iuformation. NLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C., WELYKESDAY, JULY -26, 180". - THE NEWBERRY WEEKLY HERALD IS PUBLISHED AT NEWBERRY C. H., " Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker. TERMS, $1 IN SPECIE, YOR SIX MONTHS, OR $1,50 IN PRVISIONS. (Payment require'd invariably in advance.) Advertisements inserted at $1 per square; for 6rat insertion, 50 cents foi subsequent insertibns. Marr'age notices,,, FuSerai invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of personal interest &harged. a as advertisements. * H'd Qu'rs, Military Dist. West'n S. C. FOURT$ SEPARATE BRIEADE. NEWBERRY,- JULY 15, 1865. GEN. ORDERS, I. The case of John B. Glytnplh, by his own statement, shows that he had a-conversation - with a freedman; on hid plantation, about the contract, who wished to consult a United States officer to ascertain if it was correcb,and so told Mr. Glymph. Giympli ewas indignant that the colored man. should 'not confide in him, and,whe...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 26 July 1865

THE WEEKLY HERALD. NEW$ERRY, S. C. . WEDiESDAY IORING, .JULY 26, 1865. Completed. The Anderson Inteiiigcn'er says: The BEad way te tte hess been completed and the An derson Branch is again in running order. T%:i,-s 1ill now run regular in cermection with the muiu ine. - The work of restoration of civil over military rule has commenced. Gen eral-Gor%on has.b en relieved from command at Norfolk, and. the cty restored to civil rule. Thus gradually is the coun try 'returning to its normal eondi-t n of peace. Little by little the sword gives way to the prun ing-hook and the pomp and circnmstance of war is sttceeeded by the marshaling of the - hosts of industry. - Suppression of tl Richmond Whig. Mr. R. Ridgeway in.0suming the Fditorial con 4rol of the Whig, after a lapse of four years, in his salutatory lays himself open to piilitary cen sure.- The following order ivill explnin' aliie the canse of offence, and the e;Tect of.the cause: Special Orders No. 87.-W:creas, in the issue of the R...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 2 August 1865

Ilk Devoted tothe Disseminat-ion of General Informnati-n. V- - * N WR S -- A 4,- 9 VOLUME: I. *NEWBEitRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1865. NUMBER82~ THE NMBERRY WEEKLY. HERALD IS PUBLISHED AT - NEWBETiRY C. H., 1hos. P. & R. H. Greneker. TERMS, $1 IN SPECIE, FOR SIX MONIS, OR- $1,50 IN PROVISiONS. - (Payment required invariabI1 in advance.) Advertisements inserted at. $1- per square, for first insertion, 50 cents for subsequent insertions. Marr;age notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of personal interest charged as * dvertisements. By the FrovisXonal Governor of the State. i - of South Carolina. A PROCLAMATION! W UERE ASHis Excellency President John Y son has issued his proclamation, appoint ing me (Benjamin F. Perry) Provisional Governor in and for the State of South Carolina, with pow er to prescribe such rules and regulations as may be necessary and proper for convening a Cogven tion of the State, composed of delegates to be chosen by' that portion o...

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

* THE VEEKLY HERA.LD. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY MEORNING, AUGUST 2, 1865. Gov. Perry ' Passed ,through Newberry, Monday morning last, en route to his home and headquarters at Greenville Court House. IMPRoVEMENT.--The click of the hammer and the clangor of the trowel is heard all over Co lumbia. and so in Charleston ; houses are going up-in all directions. - " To Travelers. - C. Y. Pool's hack lide connects with the cars at Hope Station, immediately upon the arrival of the down train, and will convey passengers safe ly and securely to Columbia; it will also carry passe igers from Columbia to Hope Station, in time to take the train the same day for Green -ville. - .Sale of Lbandoned and Confiscated Property. NEW -On, July 12.-The 7imes learns that Collector Draper yestetday puid into the Treas ury $4,200,000 in gold, being the proceeds of recent sales of cotton and other seized or aban doned property. The moeey arising from these sales is no longer a special fend, but goes into the g...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 9 August 1865

-S .-.- -,- * -. - - " r THE NEWBERRYWEEKLY HlRALP - Devoted to the Dissemination of General Information. F &LU I. ?NEWBERRY, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST , .186" NUMBER 88 THE NEWBERRY WEEKLY HERALD IS PtBLISuED AT NEWBERRY C. II.2 Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker. TERS,, $1,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EtTHER IN CASH OR IN PROViSIONS. (Payment required invariably in advance.) Advertisementsinserted at $1,50 per square, for lrst insertion, $1 for. each subsequent hertior. Marrage noties, Funeral invitations, Obituarie , and Communications of personal interest charged as atdvertisemcnts. NEW GOODS! AT THE CORNER STORE OF.THE "MARTIN HOUSFy" "BHE public attention is respectfully invited to a choice selection of GOODS just received .at the above namid Store, consisting of CA LICOES,, BLEACHED SHIRTINGS, IRI LINENS, LINFN HDK'YS, ;PANISH LINEN, Ii&IERY, SPOOL COTTON, IIOOP SKl1RTS, FANS, SIAKER BONNETS G. P. COMBS, A large assortment of very superior HAVANA SEGAR - . - &c., k&e., -&...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 9 August 1865

T WEEKLY H RALD. INEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNESDAY NORNING, AUGUST 9, 1865. We would once more most respectfully call attc:tion-to the fact, that all work .doi at this offiee fnust be paid for on delivery, and al1 tansient-advertisenents paid for before inser lion.. Regul ir4own idvertiser: can settle for each advertisement as it appears, or by the month, at their option. Communications of- personal character, or pr,.u otiveof individual or private itterest, as well as.all obituaries and mar-iage notices, wilT be redeived as advertisements, and most be a. companied by the mroney to insure at tention. Be so good, dear reader, you who come under the category, to bear in mind the promises made us~a little while back to Tay up early ; we have done our part, ndw do yours. Money- was scarce then,'while provisions were low ; then ma-4 ny promised to pay in provisions ; now pro'isions are so high as scarce to be reached with a ten foot pole, and currency a trifle down, you pro pose to pay with a l...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 16 August 1865

- -a- - r - - --- ~ - - - 4 ? -- W - -- --- -;--4Y ---- --- ----. - - * - - - - -- - - - * Devoted totbe Dissemination of General Infornat- o VR ., : OLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 18N 7 ~- -~ HE N4EWBERRY WEEKLY HERALD IS PULISHED AT BENRY -C. IH.,. Thos. F. & I. IL. Greneker. -VERMs, t1,50 FOt S! MONTHS, EITHER IN,CASH OR IN PROVISIONS. - Pa:ynment required invariably in advance.) Adyertisemeatsinserted at $1,50 per square. for trst iuertion, $1 for -each subsljuent insertion. "Iarr'>ge notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of personal interest.charged advertisemlents. 'ythe Provistoal Governor of the State of South :Carolina. PROCLAMATION! HEREAS His Excelcn ey I'esident John _TV son has issued his p'oclamation, appoint iag -me (Bejin F j'erry) Providon:tt G(ocrnor in and for th'State of South Caroliua, with pow 'e to prescribe sath rules and reglations as may .e necessary and proper for convezing a Couven on df the. Stte,-conipo.ctI...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 16 August 1865

THE WEEKLY BERALD NEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNESDAY MOENING, AUGUST 1$,:1865. fiour atroni. We are happy in being able to state, that in a short time the dimensions of the Herald will be again enlarged. It is a pleasure to make this annouicemeit, it evidences a 1:beral patronage, in subsc bers as well as adveisers. Some pre paration has to be made before ethis enlrrgement can be effected, but we trust it will be soon. -We take- this opportunity to call the attentioh of advertisers to the fact that we advertise cheap ly; and*that our paper circulates largely through the up-country. hret "df Violence to Gen. Van Wyck. It is a subject of deep regret, that there are turbulent, restless spirits among us, men who, without responsibility,' care for themselves, or for their neighbors, are guilty of the grossest violations against law and order, and the peace of society. The man must be insane, who - with the examplee of the past, and the -angers of the present staring him in the face, wantonly, ins...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 23 August 1865

_ ~. ," !- ; r % Y .?: .r .. ..' : a' r ^ ' . . r : ..^ ,'n v w .wr. - r f. y r . - -, . . : 1 x.Y .' *': ?u< 7 r "" ." . i' ' .: k "'.t ^ 4i;r )-'4Y . ^ltyb"S .,~~~. p ~ "- l EM 0 A11i Dev'oted to the Dtis semi nation of General Informationt VOLMEI.N E\V13L Llv,8 C., W EI)NESDAY, AUGUST 1S. THE NEWBERRY WEE H is rUtLISmUE AT NEW13ERR"Y C. I., Thos. F. & i. I. GreIiekens l'ERMS 1,5O FOR SIX MONTHS, EITII.ER IN CAS1I OR IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariably in- advance.) Advertisemelnts inserted at. 1,50 per square, for first insertion, S1 or each subsequent insertion. Marrtage notices, Funeral invitatiou, Obit:lr:es, and Comnicuuiations of personal igereSt charged as advertisements. By the Proaisionl GesYernor of tho Statec of South Carolina. ~PROCLAMATION! THERE AS Sis Excellency President John i sonl has is ie:is proc1:lamltion, appoint g me (Bet:janin F 'erry) Pron-jiond (overnor in aid for the State of South Carolina, rUi pow er to. prescribe such rules and reg:1t.i...

Publication Title: Newberry Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry weekly herald. — 23 August 1865

TE WEEKLY HERA D. NEWBERRY, S. C. W DNESDAY MOENING, AUGUST 23, 1865. t . :'A3. HENRY Sr3iR authorizes us to. say havmg been nominated for the Conventiqn, iw,serve if elected. - Re;. Saintiel Townsend; of the firm of Town sn & North, died in Philadelphia, on'the 31st .J , 1865. The "Southern Girl" who sent-a letter to Head Quarters, will confersa great favor if she will send her name so-it can be atlswered. Anonymous iers are not noticed, as military e.iquette re quires all communications to be answered. W' take pleasure in calling the attention of Shippers of Cotton:and Produce, to tle card of YoRris, UsT & Co., and reconmend them >heartily, and asfully qnalified in .every respect to attend to all-business entrusted to-.theit care. We wish them abnndant snccess. - - The Election in Richmond, The Greenville Mountaineer says: A recent order of His Excellency, President Johnson sets aside the decision of the military authorities, and the parties elected will forthwithtake t...

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