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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 August 1865

- -- -~ - -N-- -- - - D c- co . HTNWBERR1 WE/ XDNT-,SDJ,GS &- - -'- , N B NA0 3mW NS A ,AUUT3 3~ 1S PUBLISHEI EVY WEDNESDAY, - At,ewerry T. I.4 y g F. LR]EGME M, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. - TEgI .OR SIX MONTHS, EITHER - Ct PXT Cy OR IN'.PROVISIONS. (Pvment required invariably in ad ance.) AderaementinIserted at 1,50 per sqnare, for fstuser~De, ~$1 for each subsegueit insertion. Marrage U1OiC. Faneral invitatigns; Obituaries anndfomnIdeaPins~of personal interest 0harged at&eriseBk Its. wiithe?reislonal Goternor of the State of South Carolina. KPROCAIATION! 7B1ASis Exeellency Preident Johrn e has issued his pruclanation. appoint -me(ae d I?erry) Prosiona1 Governor' i a bf-rthe-State of Soutb Caroinal with pow-! ibeauch rules and regulations a bemsry and poptr-r14 convenimga Convern _,htawe, composed of delegates to be eti portion of -the people of saidStatEC who geeoyaTto thexliriited States, for -the pur po" v..il *n or aireadinX the Constituion tho d Wi authbiLy -to exercise ...

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 August 1865

THE WEE.KLY. HERALD. -XWBERRY,. S. C. WENESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1835. Alre Sign of Success. No one who reads the ilerald but will be grati fled to know thatJts increased business, -both in advertising and subscription, is such as to war rant the-present enlargemeit. Nor is it as large now as we design to make it, but Rome was not built in a day, nor can w'e present such a paper as we ivsh at present, but trust before it grows greatly older.to give a full double sheet. In the meantime all in our power shall be done to ren der it acceptabl to its already. large circle of patrons, and look for a greatir-increase., To the- business ctmmunity of Columbia, - - Orangaburg Charleston and Augusta, it will at be seetbat there is no better medium of cirentin though which to advertize, than in its kriend Wilson of Abbeville is' informed that the ink did arrive, and that woreturn thanks for the same. The Bn%lltin Lowever seldom fators us with a visit. Trial of Mr.avis. A Gincinnatti dispatch ...

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. — 6 September 1865

*E : F F-, N~ TEt,jS$,0FOR SIX -0tL 4 *4 DTOS~ ~ EEf,~~ O N1~S ADVANCE b~/of~ c iO6 ii-e 0) f R~ t1 N' B~ I voLUME - EIERRyq S. C.. WEDNESDAYI) 8EPT ,16.NU~8-~ TIH: H31RA4 IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAT, At Newberry C H.9 myT P. & , L GENEEER, - EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TZRWS, $1,5o FOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. xPayment requireo invariably in- advance.) Advertisement-inserted at $1 ,50 per square, for trbt insertion, $1 for each subsequent in<ertion. -ap _mcesno Funeral-Invitations, Obituaries, M tion of personal interest charged * rdlis'& Ohisoim, atrs,Commission Merchants and shipping Agents. -OFFICE MILLSHOUSE, CRARTEbSTON., S. C. jL -wLs; A. -n. MjgOL.x -:7 fattend to the ppreiase, sale and ship T T ment (to foreign. and domesJc ports) of COTTON, RIC LUMBFck, lAYAL STORES; o Ie collection of Drafts, Purelase and Sale of au Securities. Consignleaits~of Vessels solicited. REFERS To: essrs. Juhn Fraser 4 e , Charleston,S. C' mtesqra,Geo. W. WiManv &...

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. — 6 September 1865

4, TT EE W E LYL I E R L D NE'WBER1myl S. C. WEDNSDAY EOMNI.IG, EPTSM. 6, 1865. tatement Of votes polle at Newberry C. IL KNole No. of votes, 233. E. P. Lake, 183 IfArbt. Stewart, 132 ; IT. Sammrer, 23 ; J. H. -Williams, 10') 2 S. Keitt, S2. The other polls not yet heard from.. We e requeeted to state that-he Brass Band belohgirg to th- 5Gth N. Y. V. V., assisted by Prof. N. Sncqir and daughter, will give a vocal knd instrunieutal-Concert in the Court House, a Abbeville, cn Friday nglit, next, Oth instaat. To Corresp-ndent. Under the present cirLumtanes,-while onr paper Is so limited in size, we inost respectfully request correspondents to confine themselves to short articlos. Latterly we have hrd several* which on account of extreme length, had to be - left out altogether.. It is impossible to insert long cfmmunication;.. Be short, and we wiill be happy to give your views on all interesting sub - jects to the publit 4;. W Sorghum Molasses. We have the authority. of the .Assessors f...

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. — 13 September 1865

iTERMS-$1,50 For. SIXi.o RNKR VOLUME .. _ N.WoERCO so fil DU VOLUN[Ell L0 NEWBERRy, S. C.. WEDNESDAY* SEPT. 1 95NME 8 IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. II., By THOS. F. & R. H. GREE'R, EDtoR$ AND PRPrJETORS. TERMS, P1,50 FOR:SIX MONTIIS, EITHER IN CtRREXCY OR IN PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance.) Advertiseanonts inserted at $1,50 per square, for erst insertion $1 for each subsequet~t insertion. bfarr'age notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, Und Commutnications ef personal interest charged ts advertisements. mM m FANCY ARTICLES, &C. T HE subscriber bez;s leave to inform the ei:i zens of Newbrr-, and the'surrounding. Todtry, that he haS now on hand, and is con stantdy receiving, -IA CHA RILESTOY, Achoice and varied assortment of the above -artides, wliich he will S.i Low, at Wholesale and Retail. COTTON and COUNTRY PRODUCT taken in EXCHANGE for Goods, or bought at MARKET PRk.CES MELVIN M. COHEN, - Assqmbly Street, Wesl Side, one door from Pend...

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. — 13 September 1865

pPP MU WEK LT. H-E,RALD. SNE WBEIRY S. .0 WDSDAY OING SEPT' 13, 1865. Afterhe 'th instant, the headquarters of his S- xelency Go.. Prry, will be in Columbia.- All COMMun eations must be addressed to him there. - The Cholera Is reported to have reached Marseilles. -Great akrniis felt in FDlce and England, at the ap oach of this awful malady. Me'tings of medi eal and scientific men are held to consider sani pary precantwons. The Newberry Delegation.' -The following gentlemen compose the menbers of the Convention fro& this district E. h LM Vt'S i R, ROBER STEWAnT. They are no do'Ubt fully able for the mighty - si. approiching. The Convention assem bles to-d4ymColumbia. Tha South Carolina ailroa Is now completed within fifteen 'niiles of Zo Tumbi;a The Congaree is passed! Three ar of railroadt iron recently arrived. for that r6ad, and President. Magrath hopes that by. the 1st of Oct. Charleston and Coltunbia will be uni Med. This is highly gratifying intelligence. - 1oxna.-Many comp...

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. — 20 September 1865

E- %m IF- -V p; IR I ) - - - - - - - - __THE ___RH ___ -S A -F P -. . E E O L0M E L -EW B-RR YE,ons GRENEKER . E voLME 1. NEWBERPY, s. C.. VEDNESDAY; SEPT. 20, *185.~ - . TH3.'HERALD 4S PU ISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Wewberry C.,H., By THOS. F, &R. H. GR. E 8. EDITORS AND PROPRIETOnS. TERMS, $1,50 FOR SIX1 MONTHS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. -Paymor' reqvired invariably in advance.) &tisementsinsert,-d a*1,50 percsquare, for first inmertion, $1 for each subseqtent insertion. Alarr'age notices, Funeral invitafion Obituaries, r.d Communications of personal interest charged as adiertisements. - Nickerson's Hotel, C(.ZUMBIA, S. C. TIE undersigned, having leased the- LARGE' and COMMODIOUS BUILDING known as the "Colum ia Female College," will open it as FIRST-CLASS HOTRL, 'on September 7. . , T. S. NICKERSON, Proprietor. Aug. 23, 35-5t.. TO -THE BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS Of Newberry and S'Surrounding Districts. - 'We have opened a full.assortment of Boot Ad ho MateriM4s as foll...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 September 1865

THE -WE EKLY .E.ALTD NEWBERRY, S. C. WEDNLfDAY MORNING, SEPT-2O, 1865.. The Cross'aft Again. - Once more .are we forced to Ale the little, ptglv cross-mark (X ) on the margin of the Her aid, and we trust it will be noticed and,-promptly acted on. It is a cobsolation, however, that but few tiarks have to bei nade ; and-the few who see the mark it is confidently hoped will square *p without delay.. Those- who subscribed for thrde months, will plense remember that their time is about expiring, and,_with somo, out ;.others there are who begged for indulgence, pronising to pay at an early day, which they have forgot ;en to do, and need only this reminder to refrcsh their memories. - To all such t-be little. cross will come, and ivith the hAppy effect we hope, of in dncing them tb pay up. gr What is the a ter with the -Phoenix ? Since pluming-ts wings for a balder flight,- it has - - oeased. ying.hereabouts. We give much space to'the elaborate rmssage of Gov. Perry, n this issue, to the 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. — 27 September 1865

* TERMS-$1,50 FOR SIX) -')cbof e.3 10. Cl i . N MONTHS, IN ADVANCE VOTLUME I NEWERRY, SC. WEDNESDAY- ESEPT.ER. IS PUB~1LISITED EVERY WEDNESDAY, . At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, EDITORS AND PRorRIETORS. TERMS, $1,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EIT,BER IN CIRRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariably in advance.) Advertisementsinserted at $1,50 per square, for Erst insertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. -Marr'age motices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, id Communications of personal interest charged as advertisements. CHARLES A. LENGNICK. No. 133,MEETING STREET, UP STAIRS, CHARLSTON, S. C., AK'ES PLEASURE in infor,ing his old ens tomers that lie has re-opened at the above place, where he will constanitly keep on hitu a full :,ssortnTent of MILLINERY GOODS, which he wili offer at vevy reasonable prices. Sept 20 39 4 J. N. ROBSON, HAS RESCMED THE a COMMIISION BUSINESS AT HIS OLD STAND, 62 East Bay. Z PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO the sale of .otton, Flour, Cor...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 September 1865

THIL: WEEKLY HERALD. NEWBERRY, S. U. EO SNING, EIT. 27, 1865. pst oSce has been establishbed at Silver St., wberry, S. C.,.on the Greenville & Col. R. R. Dr. J. W. Spearman is.appointed post masLer. Taz MAmS-By an Q*r received from Post Office department to Hon. T. C. Perrin, we are advised that service has been ordered on the G. & C Railroad, and that the mails wiH be carried daiy from Alston o Greenville, and all interne diate points on said road. South Carolina ail Rad As *.matter of publiclaterest* we publesh the accompaning letter, which states tie conditigi of~ t& S.CR.,on auhority - OFNERAL SUERINTTD'S OFFICE, S. C. Railroad, Sept. 20th, 1865. ec&rs. CoTrienay l Trenholm, Newberry S. U. OTLZN-Yours of-14th- inst., making- m quiry of the probable time the road would be finished to Columbia, was duly received this day' in answer wouldsay, that at the present rate- of b4uing, the road may. be finished to Columbia, about 15th Nov. We expect to be running to Hopkin...

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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 October 1865

A.,- . -- -e , of - --.-. VOLMI. NFOR STXW . mo;TS,IN ADVA-NCV.j.fi&e~f ~2~OJ ~4I~fe1eQe -VOLUME L.- NEWBERPUrg S. C.. WENDNESDAY, OCT. 4,385'' UB~-L T HE- [E RA LY W PUBISA,ED EVERY WEDNESDAY, A Newberryt. H., 1yr. ItE. I.L yeW -9DITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TkRS, .q150 FR SIX MONTHS, EITHER iN CVRRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. (Pyment required invariably in advance..) Advertistientsinserted at $1,50 per square, for irst inertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. kWageodeeii, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, %d Ocomuwnications of personal interest charged esadvertisemaents. TI CONSTITUTION OF THE SrATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, $EPTEM -R 27 1865. e,the puple of. the State of South Caroli n,, by our .DdVgates in 4oncentiop met, do orda and etabiA- this Contituiton for -!t -,xernment qf the saiStWte: ARTICLE I. Sec. 1. The Legislative authority of this State aall be vested in a General Assembly, whirhall consist of 4 Senate and a House of Representatives. Sec. 2. The llouse of Representatives shal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 October 1865

* ..~-4. AN OrN NCE. ?T.porije for the First Ervnizj E7ection of c ,)rervor and Autoia nt-Gorernor, and Jfembers of the Pirst'Enuing General . embly of the State of Suth Carolin. he Pcop7e of the S.ate of South Caro 4* y our Djelcyatc-s Comnt Alu met, do hit on the third Wednesday in Octo .t, eectiong shall be he'J f(,r the oflices ernor and Leutenant-Governor- of the S of South C:n olira, a nd for members of * Sn a.te and Hionse of Repesent1-tives of e' G eral Assemhly of the State. That the Man:gers of Elections, throughout the Starte, shI give puMlie notice 4 such eetios, A on the ti:v indicated shall open separate polls at their respective precincts for esch of the said elections, a:d shall conduct the same, in all resp-r,. in accordance n ith the laws and usages of this State. In case there be no regularly appointed Mnnage-s at any precinct, s.id elections sh:A be held and conducted.by MaNagers for that irpose es -~ . . peciall,yapp'ointed by a majority of t)e per smns who are ...

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 October 1865

GawFus.-A terriblconkgration rece* ly swers over a portion of the iv of August&, Maine' From Passenger. Bridge to wintlircp gtrWe and from the river to above the. railroad tiack is a smokIng mass of rgjinq. The-storage rooms 515 Cher treet, and the bonded stores No. 7 50 Water a eet, both becu pid by A. M. Laurence, took fire- on the 18th lnaL and were destroyed. Loss $t,000,000. Nine thousand bales of cotton - were consumed, also 11W000 bags sugar, 4,000 bales hemp, 730 baes jute, 2500 bWles gunny cloth, 350 tons junk, and g00 ies East India cotton. HYMENIAL. aaraw, on the morning of the 17th Sept. by fty. A. D. L. Most, MR. W. F. SUR to Miss 1UAB= P. EP:1; both of Lexington Dist. OBITUARY The theme is old of "dust to dust ;" but half its tale untold. Imma J.. Goggans, daughter of IMniel a'nd Dly Goggan, Newberry District, died at the eidncof he~r father, on the 18th inst., of Co: jestive Fever, in- the twenty-third year of her When-t'ne King beheld ttie handwriting upon the wi...

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 October 1865

-"BOUT HUSBANDS. BY JOR G. SAXE. "A man is, in gineral, better p'eased when he has a good dinner upon his- table, *nahcn his' wife speaks Greek." [Sam. John8on. Johnson was riht. I don't agree to all The solemn dogmas of the rough old stager; But very much approve what one may call The minor morals of the "Ursa M%jor." Johnson was right. Although some men adore Wisdom in woman, and with learning cram her, There isa'v one in ten but thinks far more Of his own grub than of his spouse's grammar. i-now it is the greatest shame in life; But who among them, (save, perhaps, myself,) Return:ng hungry home, but asks his wife What beef-not books-she has upon .the shelf? - Though Greek and Latin be the ladies' boast, They're little valued by her loving mate; - The kind of tongues that husbands relish most 2 modern, boiled, and served upon a plate. -Or if, as fpnd ambitid Teay ommand, Some- home-made verse the happy matron 0how him, What mortal spouse but from her dainty hand Would sooner see a...

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 October 1865

TE N MBE R?F R ER D w ; -1 -F.> Q-O T 10N 1IS IN AI)A .0~A __ VOLUME .I. NEWERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11, 185- NUMBER 42. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newb-erry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERM, -, FOR sIX MfS TEE IN CURI:ENCY OR IN PluVISIUN. (Payment required invariably in advance.) AdvermontnLerted at '$1 ,.% per square, for m 'inseti onl, e i ~r~ rf,r t ch., :C !e 3arr'age no:ices, F : ::-. ( r and Comun ea. onS o: Plr6ul"" a as advertisem+: nts. THE CONSTITUTI N STATE OF SOUT1 C.kOLINA, SEPTEM - 7, 1 Fe, (Y'pak n a, 7by w r 1 111 .1 jA o"Z,! the Gore::a' ARICLE., I. Sec. . The Legative fuhm y f tis State shall he westod i a enrl -eb which sha! consist Gf a eno ad a a of Repreentivre. Sec. 2. The %Ie cer cen a.-'es be composed of MdmrW d1wn h.b .uvery second V:A by C:, e n t I State, quan!! kd s 1: 1t,C,;:., pro 0. F'I0. vided. -lhal Con.".t 'Chrlest into two o. th la eP; ctl, to be %\ !i panrt of the -w . the oii " t * av the Ex.-z- cf, cl' thev :.re . Se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 October 1865

THN WENXLY IERALD. NEWBE1P, S1 C. W 3E!fSDAY MORNING, QOTOEER 1 18%. By R2rques" - *ic republs'h the COns:t1tion, to be fot1m on * he.outside, by request, and al th 9.nt time to give may new subscrbers C n opportunity of eserving it. - To. Cerresonde: '. We cannot too particularly urge upon those who write for-t4s paper, to seud in their con munications early, iore partigularly if lengthy. Sending thera in on Mouday, at the lhst moment, subjects us to great -::convenience- to !ve. them a place, and inortificaion in M-fnaing uhen t s impossible to insert t Ie:n. .le.2 re.ember To Advatisers. - The system npon which al b ines i; conuct ed now, is, stricily a ca:,h cue, no cther wii! do. It is ours, and adverti-ers i!!-i-e hea r itin MiMd, that all transient a0verew! ents for tis paper must be paid Aor m auvance to insure pub lication. Regular advertisers are called upon monthly, cr at time of discoutinnance. An ad - vertisenent, too, handed-in, nithout any !pe,i fled number of inserto...

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 October 1865

RE prepared to pay CAST or BARTER for all kindsoftONTRY pRODUC, such as Votton, Corn,-Wheut, Oats, Flour, Bacou, Lard, vc., &c. -Wanted to -ptrchare 500 bushe6s.DRIED AP PLES an4 PEACHES,jor which a Th price will paid.- .ot 11 .4Tkr& -Servanlts Wanted, 1Z:*A GOOD eOOK, APHOUSE GIRL and a &NURSE, in a. moderate sized fauly. To - Ahose whe a-e capable, willing and civil, liberal 'gwa&s will be -giren. Apply -at he office of the .eberryrald. 11 1 Marshll & Bro, HAVE JUST RECEIVED.A LARGE and well selecter assoinieti d1 LADIES' DRESS IOODS, consisting in part of Fancy Alpaicas, Welaines, Merinos, Poplins, &c., &c. Black Worsads,' ot an descriptions." o lA4 still a few pieces f Black and CoP"d CALICOS '- Cheap as the Cheapest.493 ALSO A large tot of the most improved 1OOP ~1R-TS- Oct 1143 tf 1.0 Stone -and Coppertul. 6LBS. "BLUE ISTONE, 41.0 ls. Copperas. 1ndigeo, Mddder, Lamp Black. jor se C WILE & YcCAUGHRIN, - Aoents. To The PuabfiM * j FlNk &hat it...

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 October 1865

ONote the Br4t noars Only." A lesson in itself sublime, A iesson worth enQhri- ing, Is this-"I take no heed of flme, Saveohen the sun is shining." These motto words a diz! bore, And wisdow -:ever teaches . To human he-arts a better lore Than this sho*rt sentence waches. As iM.is iometimes bright and fair, And sonietinies dark and lonely, Let us forget its pain and care, And note the bright hows only. there is &b grove on eari's broad chart 3ut has,so4ie bird to'heer it go hope sing-s on in every hea Although we may nohear . od if to-dav e-heavy wing Of sorro ppre$ing, Perchanceia row's suu will bring A wears heart a blessing. For life is so'metimes bright and fair, And sometimes dark ..nd loncl) Then let's forget its toil and core, And note the bright hours only. We bid the joyous moment's haste, And then.forget their glitter We take the cup of life, aid taste No portion bu, the bitter.; But we should teach our hearts to deem - Its sweeest drops the strongest: And pleasant. hour...

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. — 18 October 1865

-- - HrFE NEVWERRV RD TERMS-$l,,5o FOR Six~ IeoIT F. GRENEIKERot MONTHS, IN ADVANCE. iS rr .. VOLUME I NEWB3ERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 186 NUMBER 4. THE 1 RAL IS PUBLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAT, At Newberry C. 1., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, EDIT(*S A%N14PROPIEToRS. TERMS, $1,50 FOR SIX MONTIS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. tPayment required invariably in advanee.) Avertisements inserted at $1,50 per square, for first inserion, $1 for each subsequent insettion. 'Marrage notices, Funeral i9vitations, Obituaries, *nd Communications of personal interest charged s advertisements. STONEWAL JACKSON. A Soldle#'s Story of a Soldier. (Fron te -ete York trkLc. VIRGINIA, July, 1 .S6. Among the prominent actors in th great drma Q the late revolution, thcre was one whose curious figure riveted ever- eye. le was a man between thirty-five and forty, drect, stiff, clad in dingy grey, with the nica sured carri-g, and brief curt voice of the soldier on duty. When he sNmiled, it is. tiue"...

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. — 18 October 1865

A Visit to- Holiday House.* OR, THE 1A 4CIFVL AND REAL. BY REV. CREA.CHESSE. A ride of eighteen or twenty miles on the train, brought ni- to the station where a delight ful riding horse, or r'ather a charming black pony, Centaur, by name, awaited me , an'd hav ing mounted him, he bore'me off with the greatest alacrity, and with the most charming pae, through sunny lanes, shady dells and breezy upl.ands, till with an exhilirating cantor I rode up-to the font of thc mansion, and dis mounted *ith my little cicerone, who had ridden behind me. Fair Holiday. Bouse, the seat of un obtrusive, but glegantlospitality, with its ramb ling architecture,. its 'wide- and Ex,tensive gal leries, 'arcades anA verndahs, its smooth -es planade,.As shady bowers, its Ovenerable oaks, its park-like grounds, its extensive mews, mea dows and corn fieWs, i's graceful-avenue.;-and pa-villion of symnetrical architecture, its charm - inm.g pro;pects, stood before me; and here I was tg spend a few days in the sw...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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