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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 September 1869

Tnz Do,u.ar A YEq,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INvinrinY If ADYca. OL.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, -1869. NO. So, THE HERALD IS PCLZ$UZD EVERY WEDNESDAY YORNING, .JQ lt-NW4si?C.E., . Mit aIs. P ier. ,y t lsousaad?Ploro. TSIs, as PER ANNuM, IN CURREUCY O PROVISIONS. - Paymentrequired invariably in advance. Marriage Notiees, Fneral Invitations, Obit and Communications aisbrving private aebarsas adertis-ae-t. t :B MAE AT Sl . - ?is SCEAYN at. heli who hinds her warrior's sash With smile' that wedl her pain diaembles, The while beneath her drooping lash Ote starry tear-drop hangs and trembles, -hho-gh Laven alone records the tear, And Fame shaH never kWow her story, 1e heart b. hed a-drop as dear As ver btdewed the Beld of glory ! a'Yesh i h husai d's sword, . 'i.i le ones A e ep an I wonder, lAd bravely speaks the cheering word, What }hoagh her heart be rent asttader, aqa ed--aigbdy in her dream to hear, The- bolts of death around hit rattle, $aW shed as sacre...

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. — 15 September 1869

An Earthquake Coming. iftMers A H;tAVY SHAKING-CP OF THINGs IN SEPTEMBER on OCTOBER. The San Francisco Chronicle publishes the following prediction, made by a local philosopher, W. Frank Stewart : During the past eighteen months the earth and other planets completed the most remarkable conjunction which has ever occurred : and on the night of the 14th of last November we again wit nessed the grand thirty-four year star swarm. Every intelligent person is aware that for a period of nearly two years our globe has been subjected to for many centuries. T,pperturbatints have been generally over the surface of the planet. Storms, t phoons, volcanoes. earthq-iakes, in as eTand '-scorching winds have shernate!;r,spent their fury upon the .~ns tf*Very hemisphere. By care t:ctionc; astronomers have found -period of about eleven years e sup ta towards us a remarkably spotted4 e and it has also been ob served that any4edden changes of light & .b u upon the sun during thi &d'peiod instant...

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. — 15 September 1869

Sth -Carolina OF T . d Qit Ufl Imance Com AUJTHEIZED C&PITAL ----------------------------------- CAPaL Pmia is L D SaCRLt INVB 4CR UI D ASET= T THIS DATE 0! S01 PO.ICIES IS UED--......... OFFIC W. C. CARRTNjTOX Pre'ident. 1j EBCi', Secretary. OFFIt!RS OF S6UTH C .:: le demt BoidDirecto h Ra JhAC BRANICH, Su D R0- John M cK enzie. Ml ohn S. Preston, R. C. Shire .4. W. McMa,ter, W. B. Guli Jm T. Sloan, Sr., Thompeon &. W. Gib4ts, J. D. Kenn HIS BRA NCg OFFTCE offers.all induce -2f m &with tieieadvantages: The Cal ~~IIt2TI N s dteta icurtd, the success 'c r t e s ce" a d z A jl e ts o f t h e H o m e 4 itize isanagement of the Piedmont is 'tostan Southern interests It further p *It 'n the State, under the .direction of the Carolina Boaril of lirectors, in whose i The Piedmont claims to he egnal in the pri any other Company. surpassed by none, an,l ;asu1 e uokt. do so.-util they bare &bthern -Tompany. eb ~ S t1W.Ins W" sOfvikam tice. The UNDERSIGNED h:ving accepted AGENC...

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. — 15 September 1869

DIATE OF A MODERN SAMPSON. 'aptain John W. Russell died in Franklin County, Ky., last week, 75 years. The Louisville .4iJowsiT2 says: * was famous among Western 'r s for his strength and in He served in the war of , was a member of the State leaste, and an intimate personal and partisan friend of Henry Clay. He was for many years a Missis sippi steam-boat captain. The in cidents of his force of will and power of command would fill a volume. On one occasion, in New Orleans, he bad a personal rencon t with the pirate Lafitte, and, ermed, whipped him, and eject dd bim from a ball room. On an abur, while landing at Natehes, a of his boat was robbed the gang which then infested portion of the town bor driug on the river, and known as 'Natehea under the Hill." By surrounding with his crew the boes in which the robbers took retge, he passed a cable around i, and under threat of pulling it, with its inmates, in the river, he eempelled testitution of the money, Aed made himself a terror to t...

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. — 22 September 1869

-1-1 - - INVAIABN . ADVANO.. 1 14 ihiutP,-AI DISddtON" IVUSFU INTELLIGEONCE6 IfArnyI VOL4 MS WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 22,189N 3 THE HERALD 18 PUBLISHED -VIORY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry 0. U., --3y THOS. r. & R. H. GB.2NEEER, Editors and Pioprletors. rEaAis, 68 PErt ANNUH, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. $ay mentrequ[red invariably in advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral In1vitations, Obit Itaries, and Commullications subsorving private Wircitp, are chared as ddvertiemcieta. LEONORA BROWN. TIMILLINo ADVENTURE OF -A MIN NESOTA GIRL WITII INDIANS. On the border of Green Lake, in Minnesota, thoro lived a.sturdy, white haired frontiersman! namod Walter Brown. -le was one of those adventurous spirits over to be found in the van of advancing civilizatioN--always courting the froo, wild air of, the prairio, and rejoicing in the profound depths of uninihabitod forests. But the -country grow more and more tiiokly Settled, andW.alter Brown becalmo uneasy. His wife had borne him a daughter...

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. — 22 September 1869

More of the Avondale Horror. APPALING NcENKs. The Now York World's correspondent at Avondale gives a very graphio descrip. tion of the scone at the mine at the timo the bodies of the dead miners were brought up from the pit. Tho appear ance of the dead men was very singular, nearly all of them showing in their faces and on their bodies a ruddiness that could hardly be distinguished from the glow of health. Only one man was dis igurA, and the expression on nearly all the kee was calm and peaceful, doeo ting that the consummation of the as ph xia was almost wholly painless. 1ost of the unfortunate men wero Welshmon, the number of Irishmen be ing very small, and but one American is cnow'u to have been in the mine. When the pt'ains of their labor had been washed away, the spectators behold the curling looks, the finely cut features and calum. nai teoks and busts peculiar to the sons of Cymri. But the sight of those dead bodies, showing neither enaciation nor isoase, was far loss painful...

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. — 22 September 1869

Fron the CQ tgi u.oW Julg28, 1i89, Rlesources of the 'Southl -0 The title of this well-known and valuable olumo, is a comprohensivo one, and fully .inveys the Idea of its contents. It deve, pees, as it purports to do the "resourcos of .ho Southern fRel$ ad forest, medical, commerclal and agr cmitural;" and provides a complote "medical bot4ny of the Southern Mtates ' far more cowdrehensivo than any yet published-havIngi-iif faet the advan. tago of using all prov16uq publleations-of which Da. PonoznR hs made excellent use. It affords practidhi Information, of the most valuable kind, in'respect to the "uso, "ul proportles of te..trees, plants and ohrubs," abounOing eveywhere in the !ropical vogota h,of the Bouth. All the cond W6ns of this promise ot the tio are fulitt1- n the pages of this copious Id most vaIu.le voluine; and, whether ,e consider the iticlIan' the planter the .#peculator, the hpusekeeper or the simple 4tizen, this should, be a household book ith all. In brief -it tak e...

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. — 22 September 1869

avwo lroa'rd thd qdostion askil -how seldom aieweired. A,llgem, 'orb <or oles to ir. *dulgp in a1, litid '4inneddn't fligt andeth6y enjoy it vastl iod po now&I " days, zpea: td iiaVo' a onsidit able rowhifor a side dish of girta. NoW, In good, sober earnest, is fliirtlig ati innocent amusemont? Sometimes, yes 1 oftdlner, no I Not that -we think many of these dear, .dolightful little crea tures who revel i the name of flVit 0ato ni.h. , They seem to do jight' id the ide'a of:'wounding a poor, susceptible follow; and with this end in view, they use all their chartn'to the very best advan tago.-' HoW c-Iverly they find out all his wealc points, tako his heart by storm, and then, without the sha dow of pity, morcy or remorse, turn .round and laugh in the poor, deluded fellow's face. Of course there is a great doal of difference inl flirts, also in flirt ing. Thoro, are, for instance, the dear, charming little creatmros, who hang confidontially upon your arm, and look ip into your...

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. — 22 September 1869

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVAYCE. VOLY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1869. NO. 37. ThE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., 2y T8o& . a R. H. o8E8aEE. Editors and Proprietors. TERMS, $8 PER ANNUZ, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentrequired invariably in advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit nsries, and Communications subserving private into .arn charged as advertiments. LE?NORA BROWN. TUrMEW ADVENTURE OF A MIN :NESOTA GIRL WITH INDIANS. On the border of Green Lake, in Minnesota, there lived a sturdy, white-haired frontiersman named Walter -Brown. He was one of those:adventurous spirits ever to be foun&oi the van of advancing civilization-always courting the free, wild air of the prairie, and rejoicingin the profound depths of uninhabited forests. But the country grew more and more thickly settled, and Walter Brown became uneasy. His wife bad bord him a daughter, the third...

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. — 22 September 1869

More of the Avondale Horror. APPALLflG SCENES. The New York World's correspondent at Avondale gives a very graphic descrip tion of the scene at the mine at the time the bodies of the dead miners were brought up from the pit. The appear ance of the dead men was very singular, nearly all of them showing in their faces and on their bodies a ruddiness that could hardly be distinguished from the glow of health. Only one man was dis figured, and the expression on nearly all thai.was calm and peaceful, deno ting that the consummation of the as phyxis.wasalmost- wholly painless. Most of the unfoi-tanate men were Welshmer, the number of Irishmen be ingvery small, and but one American is knowa.tt have beenin the mine. When the steins of, their Tabor had been washed away, the spectators beheld the curling locks,thm finely cut features and calum narueeks and -busts peculiar to the sons oftytnti. But the sight of these dead bodies, showing neither ema-iation nor digeaie, was far less painful and...

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. — 22 September 1869

From the Charlston Courier, Jaly 28, 1169, PORCHER'S 8eSOUECeS of the South1 -0 The title of this well'known and valuable olume, is a comprehensive one, and fully S nveys the idea of its contents. It devel" pea, as it purports to do, the "resources of -he Southern fields and forest; medical, commercial and agricultural;" and provides it complete "medical botany of the Southern dtates." far more comprehensive than any yet published-having, in fact, the advan tage of using all previous publications-of which Da. PoncsEa b:s made excellent use. It affords practical information, ot the most valnable kind, in respect to the "use, ful properties of the trees, plants and hrabs. - abounding everywhere in the tropical vegetation of the South. All the condi Ons of this promise of the are fal*U i theges of this copious u aoaf *av e volume; and, whether e consider the olltiiaa, the planter, the peculator. the housekeeper, or the simple stisen, this sbould"be a household book eith all. In brief, ...

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. — 22 September 1869

THE FLIRT. What is a flirt ? How often have we heard the question asked -how seldom answered. All seem, more or less, to in dulge in a little "innocent flirta tion." It is a pleasant pastime, and they enjoy it vastly. Even married people, now-a days, appear to have a consider able relish for a side dish of flirta tion. Now, in good, sober earnest, is dirting an innocent amusement? Sometimes, yes ! oftener, no! Not that we think many of these dear, delightful little crea tures who revel in the name of firt, eare much. They seem to de light in the idea of wounding a poor, susceptible fellow ; and with this,end in view, they use all their charms to the very best advan ow cleverly they find out all his weak points, take his heart by storm, and then, without the sha dow of pity, mercy or remorse, turn round and laugh in the poor, deluded fellow's face. Of course there is a great deal of difference in flirts, also in flirt ing. There, are, for instance, the dear, charming little creatures...

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. — 29 September 1869

Ti1E 6LtLAR16 -A YEAR ] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCES (IVAnLT IN ADVANCi. YOL.Y. . WEjbNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1869. NO. 8, TE]IE.WA, LOk -EVERY WEDNESDAY MO1NING, At Newberry 0. H., W iTIOS. P. & B. H. G1%$NERNRl . . ditors and Proprietrs. TERMS, 6S PErt ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Isariago Noltaes, Funeral Invitations, Obit- 6 uarivs, mad Ctomitulnoationa ilubsorving private hitere"ta. ar bhri ed is advertisenents. 18 IS NOT SWEET TO TUINK, 1EE. AFTER. (Arn.-iAYnt.) Is iit not sweet to think, hereafter, When the Spirit, leaves this sphere, Love, with deathless wing, shall waft, her To those a e- long hath nouirn'd For here? Hearts, from which 't was death to sever, Eyes, this world can ne'er restore, There, as warm, as bright as ever, Shall meet its and be lost no moro. 1 When wearily we wander, asking Of earth and heav'n, where are they, Beneath whose anile we once la.y basking, Biest, and thinking bliss woul...

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. — 29 September 1869

Ithele. The numerous successful experiment of silk, woolen, lace and ilae) cotto manufacturers in soveral States, and sti more extensively in Europe, have treate a demand for this new and valuable sta pio far beyond the present production o means of supply. it is discovered thn the ramio grown on the alluvi4i lands U the lower Mississippi has a very long an exceedingly line Obre, far superior t that grown in its native country, Java and that the yield per acre is greater In any of the more Southern Cottot States ratnio can be harvested at leas three times a year, and each harvest o cutting will produce between nine an Wolvehundred pounds, making an aver age annual crop of about three thousand pounds crude vnprepared fibre, worth al present in Europe ten cents specie per pound. - In preparing the fibre for mtan ufacturing purposes It loses about onle. half, increasing it in ralue to sixty-five cents per pound. Thus it is apparent that ramie, requiring comparativelv little tillage to ...

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. — 29 September 1869

Fro he Chestou Cou rie, July 5100, esodc Soil The title of this well,known and valuabl( volume, is a comprehensivo one, and fuily convoys tho idea of its contents. It devel, 1yes, as it purports to do, the "resources ol the Southern fields and foresti medical, commercial and agricultural;" and providei a complete "medical botany of the Southeri States," far more 6 Oprohensive than any yet published-hav Iin fact, the advait, tage of using all plllous ptbieations-ol which Dit. Ponbu8 1 s made excellent use. It afIords )ractl information, of tht most valuable kind, i' respect to the 'use, fut proporties of th trees, plants and shrubs," abounding Ovcrywhero in- the tropical vegetation of the South. All the condIlons Qf this promise of the title are ful1110'1n tho.ages of tils copious and most valabl ol ume; and, whether we consideV th0,0o1tician, the planter the speculator, thojo usekeeper or the simple citizen, this A6illd be a household book with all. In b,$ef,- ittakes rank with the ...

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. — 29 September 1869

Ud er thr aboocap iiox liak tho fillowin latli.,oa ;lo nttalk to auli igi likothe eiabo Oxtent, nt in ,; rI I 's i y s. What d 4o it ,moati? . -.wo wrong in qlas, silvit,hiphelomenon among the sighW"f1Iio ti41o.? We believo il i et n)ol,' Itf a inysiterious solomn nitiyt.tiatnC hi in tO last few yotmr' of"trialanti mighty vente crept ovd'r the -world. Levity is not no wide-sppoad. . Mon a:td women look., 6o in'oil in earnest, work harder, do more towards carrying out the end of.thoir, being. We tnhy- hevj'png; but such. are our corkition6, inl spito of the wick. odness a6lrotd in the land." (;qatsintinoplv is pire p1aring magif. cent foteo to celebraio the ej.reuncision of Pr(,ee Ixodin Etoneli, the eldest son of the Sultan. Teii thousand boys, who are to he circuniched the stno day, will all receive lnaiimonom presiaets, and the Patish gill keei, opuin hono for a wholo week, when aill who ehoose to come willko 601t6tublwd at his t11ble in royal style."' * huIto will also bie illumi...

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. — 29 September 1869

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [IYvAnLr Is ADnrcz. VOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1869. NO. 38. THE HERALD is sULD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry . I., H. 1311EEE1 &eProprIetors. eE89S, e PER AMMUN, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentrequired invariably in advance. Marriage Notioes, Funeral Invitations, Obit naries, and Communications subserving private interete, are apared !s ad.erusements. Is it not sweet to think, hereafter, When the Spirit leaves this sphere, Love, with deathless wing, shall waft her To those se a-long bath moura'd for here? Hearts,from_whiob't wqs death to sever, E i'this wor,eft'e'er restore, There;as warn, as. brightas ever, '-sha meet as sndbe lost ~a iore. *hen wearily we wander, asking Of earth and heav'ta where are they, Beneath whose smile we once lay basking, Blest, and thinking bliss would stay ? Hope still lifts her radiant finger , Pointing to th' eternal Home, *tatPh 1t.t they finger, -er es to...

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. — 29 September 1869

The numerous successful experiments of silk, woolen, lace and luaen cotton manufacturers in several States, and still more extensively in Europe, have created a demand for this new and valuable sta ple far beyond the present production or means of supply. It is discovered that the ramie grown on the alluvial lands of the lower Mississippi has a very long and exceedingly tine fibre, far superior to that grown in its native country, Java, and that the yield per acre is greater. In any of the more Southern Cotton States ramie can be harvested at least three times a year, and each harvest or egtu w ill produce between nine and 'd o 'tiaking an aver age annual crop of about three thousand pbunfnuIenisred fbre, worth at present in Europe ten cents specie per p :.meiwistng the -$bre for man ufacturing purposes it loses about one balf, ,ehasing1t in 'value to sixty-five memu pound. Thus it is apparent d ramie,reguiring comparatively little to-produce such magnificent re a b1h%ete@st proftab...

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. — 29 September 1869

From t Co ie l.238 8, eSlia,*0fd'1he Southi -0 The title of this well,known and valuable volume, is a comprehensnve one, and fully conveys the idea of its contents. It devel" Pipes, as it purports to do, the "resources of the Southern fields and forest; medical, commercial and agricultural;" and provides a complete "medical botany of the Southern States," far more comprehensive than any yet published-having, in fact, the advan tage of using all previous publications-of which Da. Poncm has made excellent use. It affords practical informationiof the most valiuable kind, in respect to the "use ftl properties of the trees, plants and shrubs,' abounding everywhere in the tropical vegetation of the South. All the conditions of this promise of the title are ful8 in Dthe opa this copious and mosy ; and, whether wa no t Othe planter, the peeath O eepe or the simple lthisOUld be a household book with all. Inriaef, it takes rank with the abeolutely nleoSry bistories of the coun" try; and where...

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. — 29 September 1869

. OsNous.-Under the above cap tion, the Nortolk (Va.) Old Dom ini3 hats L.hV foliuwi :r So.thern ladies do not talk to anything like the same extent as in former years. What d o e s it mean? Are wo wrong in clas sing this1phenomenon among the signs ofthe times? We believe it is.the result ofa mysterious solenm nity that has in the last few years oftria and mighty events erept over the world. Levity is not as *ide-spread. Men and women lok now more in earnest, work harder, do more towards carrying out the end of their being. We may ~Te wrong ; but such are our onvictious, in spite of the wick ednees abroad in the land." Censtsntinople i" preparing magnifi cent fetes to celehrate the circumcisi'n of Prince izzedin Effendi, the e:dest son of the Sultan, Ten thousand bors, wha are to be cireumei-,d the t.ame day, will all receive handozmo presetit,:, and the Pai.hah ail keep open h'ue for a whole week, % hen all M ho chom e to come will be entertainei at his tahle in royal style. i here...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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