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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 21 March 1865

............ "P t~ - - * * *. -. * 4. -. --- - *-rWE *. TelD$I 5 Entk.i.Devi 4t e inatierioft4a eralistrmaties ,a~ nmAVI - - -- -- -6 19 Y MACCH 1866 r NTUBER 1 - W eed 1 agnc. W9 A 1a e6r Yeaf eome! I come! Wihe thunde of cannon,*the rglld t The whistle of bullet* be nfgshe s -T h aunting'of banere, boHing4f Th * ekL ie phmderng'of f '~ f churdbes, th'clAnkidg ofa&si - tfatkei tuneral pal' I api-ding high cafnival To e drpped . dand the otlen that Sov r er bhitt of.ke Let the t il tie i e tear, TeW be thein d al - the cheer. 4..lppyfiew year1.Gte digs I brin O06o,W4c, defeat, aud'e . ,,A Tag, Of the shAd a"d the prag; ! 4 amae, Oheroes marble-wha cariv a! a..ame. .sip of,sbighter l6omg up to My sight Theda dawn is eliara-il turns rnto ight A ,Horse" ppears-a2i9geme is bis -breatb" !hwoetotheworld,.hisders-eh. 41 zar n the earth peace is # rw IpatgOUr lough-sbares, matapjn - eetego4 .the tsk;word.!. away foolish fears ha~ive QensLtb gi,rge on the baones..dash! Nk d nJeodsge pun ...

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

THE TRI-WEEKLY HERALD. NEWBERRY,S~> TUSDAY XOEEG, -XARH 24 1%3. W th this numoer we cammence -the pubica te. cf a tri-weekly sheet, and having but ittle tim-3 so .drertise our friends of the fact, adopt the .n of ,sezdi.g a specimen copy or two to them. e feel conBdent tha;t iiy necess9ry to let them know tbat auch a paper is issued. to gin 4heir -pstronage: SinN the occpation of'Cha$ -'ea!on, ad the dastrutinof''lbia, by, our foes th4benry isdepdved of those medius -be daytfipere-by. et we have, beet kCIt Q!rined of pv2sipg#ven-.. -& It s1all be our aim ae re tor4i r$ke our lite sheet as sef.1s possibkl;n the gatberi*g . c-f fli infor mationorthy -os ttnti , he d to t.'t e'e.'n been made tyvhich ; aperls, from two or three highly impvrtalti our ri-ney upon-the falor of a kind eomf-. T. F GRENN R. H. GRENFK~. -ditors and Puliisher . Ta Ashes c vhar esAo," an htterestiriaT - fe from the. N . DaipeNews, wil a :pearn har.sday mo)ning...______ A- portion of Colore! WiliAn 'B t'ii...

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

THER RE1 ERAL Te Dollars for 3 Months.] Devoted to tke Dbseminitien of Geeral.formit.i.. VS VOLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C, MARCH 28, 18.05. - NUME R 2.. THE Tm-WEEKLY HERALD Is rUSLISHED AT a NEWBERRY C: 11., Every Taesday, Thursday -and Siturday, By Thos. F. & . H. Greneker, Terrs-$10 for three months. in advance. Ad vertisements inserted at the rate of k i for first insertion of twelve lines or les, and $3 for vub sequent insertion. Single insertion of one square $5. LITTLE BY LITTLE. One step and then another, And the longest walk is ended; One stitch and then another, And the largest rent.ii mended; One brick upon other, And the highe. wall is tnade'; One flake upon another, And deepest snow is laid. So the little coral workers, By their slow and constant motion, Have built those prettj islands In the distant ddirk blue ocean; And the.noblest undertAikings Man's visdom hath conceived, By oft repeated efforts Have been patiently achieved. .TUR ASHES OF CUARLAUSTON. [From the N.Y. ...

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

THE TRI-WEEKLY HFrRALD. N NE'WBERIY, S. CJ' TRWSDAY- MOEM, WTc23i f8 Turu T Quarterter Xrmy of anessee, has his office under the Martin House. iieut. E. R. Klngsmore. 'e ,eatkf tat; this- gentleman recently takert l the enemy, is among the number recently re ered fti ipatrck., We regret to learn, Mr. OXLADE, A detailed soldier, died at krs. Oscar Johnson's ob M31onday tight, Pneumonia, Mr. OxLAMwas a 'Chirles ~nian. Mar.Gen. Young has been assigried to the command of the Yepartmen oPS., C., Georgia atA Florida. FIS head quarters for the present will be at Auguasta. We had another beavy fall' of rain lat Tues day-. The weather is now bright and beai'tiful. We hope. that thei beating,,washing, gully-tear ing rains are hll over, and that. April Phowers and gedid, skies, will soon bring verdure to the telds.andjy to the hearts of men. Rumors. We hare gathered a few of the incidents relat Ing to Gen. IimptcAs fight wi Kilparick. It appeIrs that Kilpatrick was surpi-aed early in the mornn...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 25 March 1865

THE TRI WEEKLY RRAL Ten Dollars for 3 Months.] Devoted to the Disseminatin of General Iformation [sa Avance VOLUME 1. NEWBERRY, S. C., MARCH 25, 1865. NUMBER 3 THE HI-WEEKLY HERALD IS PUBLIS ED AT NEWBERRY C. H., Ivery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 'y Thes. F. &,JL H. Greneker, Terms-$10 for three months, in advance. Ad vertiseaients inserted at the rate of *$ for first insertion of twelve lines or less, and $3 for sub sequent insertion. Single insertion of one square $5. Johnston and Sherman. The New York World of the 3rd has an in teresting lefter from its Baltimore correspoi dent, "Druid," of date March 1st. In the let ter the World'8 correspondent gives the rela tive strength, as far-as his knowledge extends, of the opposing armies under Generals Johns ton and Sherman. The letter is interesting, as being the'speculations of a usually well informed correspondent. After stating that General John#n had assumed direction of the campaign now progre;sing against Sher nian, "Drui...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 25 March 1865

THE TRi-WEEKLY HE RAL. NE. W a&k I please- sept or than late papers kiadly furnished. In the next ss our readeTs may look for a eartubl-ubHton of AheLnon'-nu turaAddremas render 3d by the London Punch. ogle copies of e-Nerald can be had for fif nas povidegeseing .h.Ir ehingtk otherwise$1tellbe charged ou ygabbee stragglers eptured in the.vkinity of Pomaria, -were sent io Chester, segeral days ago. Ris Excellency, Gor. Magrath, artived in this ace on Wednesday afternoon, and tdok up his hedqqrer atMaj. L.J. Jones'. We understand that hehaves for Colmbia this, morning. Soarvatto'n' among thie-e is imtninent, pmn teeple,in,.thi-burnit sections of' Lexington. Richland, Kershaw and -Darligto.- Cheraw is filled with refugees, who are in a deplorable condition. Let us do all tlt - can betdone to lefV beir niseries. To edr.Meekly Subscribers. We call the atteution of our friends to the fact that the Til-weeky issue has been sent to. many -h wo have not'1odei-ed it'but qho were taking th...

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

THE TRI WEEKLY HERALD Ten Dollars for 3 Months.] Devoted to the bissemination of General Inf)rmation [In Advase. VOLUME I. .NEWBERRY, S. C., MARCH 28, 1865. NUMBER 4. THE Thl-WEEKLY HERALD 'IS PUBLISHED AT NEWBERRY C. 1I., Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Terrrs-$10 for three month;, in advance. Ad vertisenhents inserted at the rate of $. for first insertion of twelve lines or less, and $3 for sub sequient iiPertion. bingie insertion of one square $5. The Way to Jeannie's Heart. Where's t-he way to Jeannie's house? Any child will guide you; Or ye- may find the road yourself, The river runs beside you. Where's tie way to Jeannie's heart ? That I canna answer: ..'ereabont or the--eabout, Find it if you can, sir. Is this the way to Jeannie's house ? As straight as you can go, s.r; Down the valley, through the wood, And down the brook below, sir. What's the way to Jeannie's heart ? That I canna say, sir; A lang way up, a wee way-down, In truth, an ...

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

* THlE TRI-WFAKLY HERALD. N EW3Euyl 'S. a TUE AY MORNIN6, XARCH 28, 1885. Do not forget that after to-day the "Her aid" wilionly be sent to those who order it. No ex Oeption will be mad', and of course no ,one will - nffided by. this course. It is rendered i e emirv by the high price. OP t1' the mnaterial of printing, and, for which, cash has to be p.tid. I Wekarnt thit a soldier namod Metts, was h1anged-at Prog Level yesterday, for desertion. Wei h've been requoeted to state-that subseri bst the Columb'ia Sqtt Carolnian, whose terms of subscrip:ion have no0t expired, will ly pres 1n1'g the r ceipLs to Mr. K'iard, at the spos iffile, have the .paper com.-inred On thfir Way. We learn that* large body of men, seven or eight- -oili d in nuiner, pased tht-ingh L:m rens one day last week, on the way* to their old coiunmnder, Gen. Johnson. Titey are- furlou,!h iii men.of Hood's army, and-are represenited as a fue looking body of nen - . I c ~hen "Itngne. c !r e x c h a n g S w e n o lti,c...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 30 March 1865

711 THETWELYE Tea Dollars for 3 Months.] Devoted to the Dissemilation of General Infermation. - In ame, VOLUME I. -NEWBERRY, S. C., MARCH 30, 1865. THE TRI-WEEKLY HERAL Is PUBLIShED AT NEWBERRY C. H., Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, By Thos. F. & R. E- Greneker, Terms-$l for three months, in advance. Ad vertiseaents inserted at the, rate - of $ t. for first insertion of twelve lines or less, and V. for sub sequent insertion. Single insertion of one square S5. At the request of many of our readers we publish the following interesting correspon dence. Though late and many having already sein, yet we believe t will be. received with pleasure. Correspondence between Generals Sher man and Hampton. HDQ'Rs MILITARY Div. oF MisSissippi, IN TME FIELD, February 24, 1865. ( Liest-Gen. Wade Hampton, . Command'g Cavalry Forc&e, C. S. A.: GENERAL: It is officially reported to me that our foraging parties- are murdered after capture, nd labOled, "Death to all Foragers." One instance ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 30 March 1865

THE TRI-VEEKLY HERALD. NEWERRY, S. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1865. Our thanks are due Mr. 0. 11. P. Fant, for copies 6of Augusta papers. The Oa:tW to be Forced. We understand that the oatil is to be forced on the citizens of Charleston, on the 1st of April, those refusing to be ordered off. y "Cal] upon men of Eusiness In their hours of business, attend to youf busi ness, then go ab'ut your business." This is capi tal advioe, and it is besto*ed gtatuitously, free of charge, for nothiLg. Quan!am sulidt. From Gem. johnstoiL. Soldiers arriving, report, that Johnston fought Sherman with success on the 12th and 19th, whe'n Sher.man entrenched. On the 20th and 21st, heavy skirmiishing occurred,, and -on the 2Ist Johnston fell back seven miles to avoid a flank movement Pf Sherman's. Gei'. Elliot, of this State, was wounded in the -battle of the 19th inst. Fom Petersburg. We are ,indebted to an intelligent soldier for the following. He says that on the Bulletin board at Charlotie, he saw ...

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

-* -. - ' a 'E Y- --- Ttsk Dollars for -3 Hoaths.) Devoted .to the'Disseminatin of. Geueral Informitioi.[sA&ae VOLUlME I. .NEWBE RRY, S. C. APRtL 1 . . THE TRI-WEEKLY lERAWM IS PUBLISHED AT NEWBE RRY C. H., Every Tqesday, Thursday and SaturdaY, By Thos. F. & L. H. Greneer, TLrms-$1I for three n)on ihs, in advance. Ad' vertisements inserted at the rate of $ for ~first insert.. of twelve lines or less, and $3 for sub sequent isertion. Single insertion of onesquare $5. AN ACT TO LEYY ADDITIONAL TAXES FOR THI YEAR . EIGTEN Ht,NDED AN.I sIXTY-FIVE FOR THE SUP'PORT OF THE GOVE.NMENT. - . The Congress of the Corn erate *tates of A6erica do endtet, That iii add tion to the taxes lei:d by the act aprove.d February seventerith, eighteen hundred and ix tv-four, entitled "An act to aiend an act entitled ;in act 'o lay taxes for 'the common defence and' carry on.tre Goverumint of the Confedcrat& Stnt&," apprted twety fourth of April, . eighteen hundred and ,ixty three, there shal...

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

THEI TRI -WEEKLY TERALD. NEWBERRY,,S..C. SATURDAY XORNIG, APUIL 1, 1865.. - Admiral Buchanan, and Gen. Finnegan, the hero of the battle of Olustee, were in town on Thursday evening. - (T CaptL McJunkin, formerly of the Greep rile. Enterprise, ndw in the army of Tennessee, visited us on Thursday. Manythanks Billy for the'promised skin,, ming, but most re.pectfully decline at presei.t, yottshall have the paper 'in course,' rather than have a 'inuss'. Our Subscription List It'is gratifying to- say, is beginntin ti assume most fair and:amp!e proDortions, and has a cireu. lation, so far, exceeding our expectation, an I af. fords, a fine opportunity for advertising. In this connection we would sy, that some o: our friends who had beeC 'in rbceipt "of the -weckly issue, manifest surprise at not ieceiving the tri weekl. It is not surprising atall to us, for fay ing made the request in the previous issues ti.at - .fl who wanted it would say,so we .concladved -of course that the few who did n...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 4 April 1865

p 1 -L -E 9 RIENWBEEKLY. HE _ Ttu, Dollars 4sr 3 Months.] Devoted tolthe DisseminlatiOof GeBeral W*frmdlnl,-[lir .ie- e& VOLUME~ J. NEWBERRY, 'S, C.., TUF-SDAY., APRIL 410%1865, NTuyE 7: TKE .TIMtWEEKLY HRALD 13 MLISUSID AT N?EWB.ERRY C. 11.0 bery Taesday, Thursday and Saturday, Teris--4I for three month!:, in advance. Ad -ertiseMenlts inserted at the rate of $5 for Irst inseri-on of twelve line-i or lesS, and $4'for sub Seqnent ifisertion. THE' RETRN. -"Three years! I wonder if she'll know me ? limp, a little, and: I left one 'arm A&tPetersburg, and I am growa as brown N Ae-th# plump chesnuts on my little farm, Apd I am as shaggy a. the chesnut buri, But ripe and sweet withiin, and Wholly hers. he.darling, hov I long to see her! 1i heart outrunq this feeble soldier pace; For e r-member affer I htad let, A liitte Charey came to take .my placd; Ah r how the loghing three-years old- brown (His mother s eyes) will stare with pleasant sar prise! 4Sre; the'1 be at the corner w'te...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 4 April 1865

-THE TRI-WEKLY, HERALD. NEWBERRY, S. C. TUESDAY IKORIN, APBIL 4, 15. Wag= Tain. - Two hundred government wagons arrived here yesterday,from Chester, for supplies. We earn that a regular commutAcation will be kept up-between this place and Chester, per wago, - Arrivals. - Generals Peck and RdbertsoR, and 'Senator Watson, of Mississippi, arrived on Sunday. Gen's Peck and Robertson stopped at the "Martin House.h Senator Watson-was the g6est 'of im. Fair, Esq7. Agent. Supplies. Mr, J. K. Rob.:on,i W has been appinted by the Governor, agent for collecting supplies for 'the d'estitute o0 the lower districts, informs us that be will take charge of and forward promptly. any supplies that m,v e sent to his care here. -.9e has.three botts plying between Alston.and -Columubia, and all treight will go for ard,weekly. Tresury Department. A large number of wagons filled with ladies 'of the Treast ry Departnent arrivea lere % ester' day morning. These are the ladies who left Co. lumbia for Charlot...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 6 April 1865

THtEh TRI-WEEKLY HERAD Te Dollars for 3-Menths. Devoted to the Dissemination of General'Inf6rmatio.. . [$Inge Cpies Cets VOL-TME I* NEWBERRY, S. C., TI-IURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1865. ~* tBER& THE TlIWEEKLY IEALD ~1. IS PUBLISHED AT NEWBERRY G. H., Itery. Tesday, Thursday- and Saturdayt By Thos. F. & I. E. Greneker, Terms-$10 for three months, in advance. Ad vertisements inserted at the rate of -55 for first insertion of tiwelve lines or less, and $1 for sub equent-insertion. A Sceni -in the Senate Chaimber-Andy Johnson's Speech. A Washin;ton letter thus depicts the, scene in the Senate on inauguration day: While the forei.tn ambassadors were taking their seats, Mr. Hamlin c6ucluded his speech whe Vice-President elect, Mr. Johnson co. penced his address, before he had taken the oath of office. He had been talking about five min utes when the President entered the door from the Senate lobby,,at the right of the Clerk's desk, escorted by Senators. Hendricks and Foster, Mr. Lincoln tak...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 6 April 1865

NEWV ERRY, S. THUSDAY xkwa, AxRIL 6, 1865. Rianoand Xyggeated. -a After WOrking Sff- half Of our edi tion, announcing that Richmoid would be held, at-all faf6ars, we aroinorm. ed from a reliable quatr, that Rich& mond is eyacuated. Any quantity of clem coe' rage will 6e bought at this office, at the ighest price. Bring them in tr'om one poundto a t d. Danat ofca. A. t4O The Aiio h TeAnderson -Int.lligeneePanotsees the death of this estiMable gentleman, at Fort Hill, near Pendleton, on Thursday tWarning last, after an illness of only two hours' duration. Death. - Squire John Coola prominent and respected citizen of Frog Leve4 dii*at his residence du ring the past week. ft. Brown, said to be froin Greene Co., Ala bama, died from Pneumonia,; on the'4th inst., at - 4he hotel in this place. He wai intrred with Masonic bubors. - -~ Desiv ?im A fire eurred iuring the past week, a! Jolly Street, destroying the dwelling, kitchen 'and smoke house of Mr. Daniet Stone. His corn erib and sta...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 8 April 1865

- -' ' -% "- *6 - e* - - ILI TH TIWEE LY HERALD Tjn Dollar for 3 Months] 6evoted to the ]DisseminatiOn. of General Information [Single Copies 50 Cents J.e OL~UME INEWERRY, . SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1865. NUMBER 9 V O U M E 1 .J R Y THE TMWEEKLY ERALD. 1PUBLISHIED A NE B ERRY C. H.2 N"ry Tuesday,"Iursday and Satirday, By Thos-F.&. . Greer, Ter s-81Ofdrthreemonts,inlvinle. Ad vertiements inseited st the rate of $5 for first nsartionf twelre'liies or le s and $4' for sub - sequnt icertion.. llome, Sweet HoIwe. A correspondent of the Augusta Constitutio alist states that A young lady, whose house was esred pndb6ined by Sherman; army while Columbia, a day-or two after the conflagration, sited th'e riina, in h6pes of finding some little relio to remtd.her of the trials ihrough whieh had passed. She searched in vain, until her eye fell on a small piece of paper,. which she picked up. It proved to, be a remnnt of John Howar Payne's song o$ "Home Sweet Home," and the only wprdsAtlat wet left ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 8 April 1865

THE TRI-WEEKLY H&AD. NEWBERRT, S:0. -SATURDAY O3MIG, APRl' 8 Cotton as Any quantity of clean cotton rags will be bought, at thisoice, at the- highest price. Bring them. in trom one ponnd to a thousand. g From a private letter we regret to notice the death of W. H. Pope, of the Quitman-Rifles, killed in the Smithfield fight, and W. Odell, slightly wounded. Henry Reagaft, Co. C.*3rd Regt., killed. Increased Rates. On and after the 13th instant the subscription price of the Herald will be $15. I is done with reluctance, and with the excuse that we cannot print it longer at the fonmer price, and live: All ho have paid up, will of course receive it per contract. The Fall pf Richmond. The neis published to-day, from anextra.bf the Carolinian, is of a startling character; and, if true, finds us ot'unprepared, for though sucb an e.vent. w4s not immediately looked for, it was not deemed impr le. Now that it'has happened, we are not osed to criticise the wisdom of such a -mov6, or lament'...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 11 April 1865

S k. 41 * 4-o 4. . * - ---- -A TRIAREEL..)RA J.11ar.r 3 nont is3, ' Deroted to the Dissemination .r Gel Iarormate [Sgeed NWBERRY, $. .., TUESDIAY, APRIL 11, a865.N MBE 10 "VO M I THE-i TWEEKLY 1ERAL ' - IS 1TBLBHED AT NNNSE W XRY A. 'H., Eyery. Aesdy, 1utsday and Saturday, S yTha P. &). I. Greneker, Tornio-$10f'r threeionths; inadvauce. Ad erpsennts ineied at the rate of $,&for first 4sei twslv- lines or less, and $4 for sub sequent insenion. CWrespondence Between., Generals Lee and Grant. The fbWdinis the correspondence referred to in,e esidet's mesag, in regad .4 the * ioposet dferene to adjustterms of peace by means*iamiitary,onvention: LrrER ofTE M PR ENET. - Rienxoir, Tha., Feb. 28, 48&5. Co e mmahding, &c.: mee-'. o in learn by he leter of Gen. ongeieet the resuu'.of his second interview h GenergI Ord. The point as to whether your or Genel Gi-ant should invite the other W g. you hic vonfne is not w'rth dicus'i. r you hink 4h# stateents of Generil Ord render it ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 11 April 1865

T TRi-WEEKLY HER ! NEWBER.RY S. c. - UiSDAY XOING,I PRIL 11 1.65 Selma is in the hands of e nemy Our loss large in prisoneS. ggWe learn that President DAvis will proba. bly remove his family to Abbeville C. H. -Haily Ma to Greenvile and Infermediate Point. We earn that a daily mail between'Newberry and Greenaille was put in operation yesterday. This mail to be in force. until furtber.notice. - Arrangements are being made to facilitate the transit of mail -matter between this and other points, due' notice of which will be given. Kirk's Raiders. -A, band of deserters and others under lead o the notorious Krax, were driven-from the vicini ty of Asheville, N. C., last S*urday. Fears were entertained at Greenville and other points, that.AvRMLL was desceuding upon our borders, but they proved to be KiaR's r1negadei, and were easily.d rsed 8dier's est. Is any one. responsible for the condition in which this 'rest' for the soldier is iept ? Perhaps so;e good Samarifan, if attention ,be call...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
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