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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 March 1866

TERMS-$1,50 FO X6 CC6Er .H RNKR M O' ,,'I I o I MONTHS, IN ADVAN E. VOLUME II. - W tI S C E, 1D7NESDAY, MARCII 21 18. NUR 12. THE HERALD IS PUBLISIIED EEZEEY WrED\ESDAY, At Newberry C. 11., By THOS. F. & R. H. GBENEKER, EDITORS AND PRoPIIoRE. TERMS, $1.50 FOR SIX MONTH., EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PEUVISIONS. tPayment required invariably in advance.) Advertisementsinsertel at l per seirc, ior first insertion, $l for each subs :nt in *rt1on. Marr age notices, Funeral invi:tio , ' , and Communications of personal iiterest chorg. d as advertise Cents. The followi::g tonchi1 li,ie pom appre some timve mgo in the Metropditaun Rteorl. It was written oin seeing a rechet ot par led Co - federate pri oners pass along Bro-tdway, New York, en route !or Richmond Going lome. No flaunting banners o'er the wave, No arms bash back the hun's bri-ht Ty, No shottitg cro ds around them throng, No 1nusic Clcers them on tleir wv They're going iome. BY ai,vre fAte Compelleui their trust - uns to .heath;...

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. — 21 March 1866

-:7 - THE WEEKLY HERALD. NEWBERRY, S. 0. WVind'da ii,marnh mcs ~. -Look out for the cross mark. Renew your Fub.criptions. Spceial Investigation. S;tturdav lIast, in1o ay witi a number of our pre:.inent cilizens, Ne were favored with an interview by Cap,. IIenry A. Shorey, 15th Maine Vol., and I eut. G. 1i. Ziier, A. A. A. G. on Ger.. Ey's staff, who were appqointed to exfamine into the conditio1 of the reCd people, concern ing the treatment of whom a variety of grave charges were preferred. The interview was cor dial and seemed to be satisfactory to both par ties. -The commission were earnest in their en deaLvor to- render a jist and impartial verdict in the case, and demeaned themselves with becom ing courtesy and kindness of manner. Capt. Shorey was of the opinion tha: "Bushwhacking" belonged to the past-that it was about "p!aycd out." And that the charges of an unpleasant nature.referred to the close of the past year; that now- matters were improving. He also ex pressed the opini...

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. — 21 March 1866

WW HOUSEALL, WrrH LOVELACE & WHEELER, DEALERS IN WRY WOODS, BR.CERIES, HARDWARE, BOOTSL SHOES, ILXTS, FANCY ARTICLES, NOTIONS, &e. He will be glad to have his friends and former t4itomers, and the public generally, to call and exaniie he above stock of goods, being deter mined to sell as chet:p as the cheapest. mar 21 f2 JUST RECEIVED, FINE lot of (OVE OYSTERS, BRANDY PEACHES, Pickles, Worcestershire Sauce, &i., w-hih we ofTer at low figures. nar 21 I LOTELACE & WHEELER. LAMPS, LAMPS, -"1ACKET LAMPS with reflectors, Stem Lamps, Band Lamps, and extra Burners ror Lamps, 40 doz. Lamp Chimneys, Brushes for tearing Lamnp Chimneys, also, Lamp Shades. For sale cheap by LOVELACE & WHEELER. GROCERIES, &c. QUQAA,_ Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candles, Stareb, ndigo, Madder, Copperas, Alum, Brimstone, Otret of Logwood, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Nut "negs,-lAron, Lkrd, Cheese, Mackerel, Sardines, Piokles, Crackers, Raisins, Corn Meal, Flour, .ow Peas, &c., &c. For sale cheap ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 March 1866

AL9NE* Borne on the rustling of leaves, the sighing of-thebreeze, there e sue,,'a voice which asks me ifl amalonle! The piteous word alone! 111ou-ifliilly it ing ini my ear with solemn cadence. AZOne! all aoniz ? Let me think. weu, ere I a.swer.. Have I no fiend to some Aityrus five-tne a passing thought-none to re gardtiy absence -or w ish for my return ? Hop.e whispers to my creduleus heart, and I think I have f[nid a Friend. Don't think I meaw-a, lover, Itr from it. for he has long sineo given all the wealth of his young affee tions to one who I trust is worthy. Heaven fo-bid that she should be otherwise. I have his friend,hip-'is all I ask "For friend Ship' 'tis a 1oiy Aarm which binds the bro ken heart." None knows-the value of a friend until far from home surrounded by strangers; then it is that friendship becomes dear. 'Tis a, scred hond, dearer to me than ought on ea-th, to fet-l that I have one to whom I can ga with all my trivial troubles, into whose dark eyes I can look a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 March 1866

- - 4 '". TlMS-$1,50 FOR SIXb t 0 0 of ff0 E ro R. H. MONTHS, IN ADVANCE. - VOLUME LII. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEINESDAY, MARCH 28, 1866. NUMBER 8. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, A t Newberry C. H., MyH . F. a& R.KGMEEER EDIToRS AND PROPRIETORS. TERXS, $1,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER IN TURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. _Paymeut required invariably in advance.) A6etiementalnserted at $1,50 per square, for rmt insertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. - Kmrriage notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, nd Communications of personal interest charged " advertisements. Jdge A idrIeh's Address to the Grand Jury. fAR&exen of the Grand Jury: 'ARt1e toil and suffering of four years' tIes war-after the devastation and al imost atter ruin that rour beloved State has adergoe--after our frank acknowledgment *~tI[g and defeat. and the gencral and -tuthful acceptation of the condition in which tbe result of the war has placed us, I hoped snd believed that a generous enemy would Et.nly permi...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 March 1866

THE WEEKLY HERALD. NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Mornis, Marth 28, 1868, Look out for the cross ) mark. Renew your subsciptions. Tour of Inspection. Brevet Major General Ames, accompanied by 1ajor Roy, 6th, U- S. Infantry, Major Totten, In spector General on General Meade's staff, and Surgeon Smith, Medical Director of this depart ment, arrived here last Thursday afternoon and returned to Columbia Friday morning. The General was on a tour of inspection through this depirtmens- During his twenty-four bours' stay here, he inspeeted' the gnrrison, examined the status of affairs generaDy, and had: an agreealle istepviw with some of'our- itizens. n|o BSMM roteL Tie-trireling public will be heartily glad to learn that their old favorite, Butterfield, 'is bhu self again, and in the same old place, the- Pavil j"a; corner of Meeting and Hasell streets, which he-has repaired, refitted, rejuvenated and refur nished, in the most appro-ed and comfortable marner, and after the order- Butterfield. We ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 March 1866

-.z go& WICKEn UA,-JUST RECEIVED A SyLANDB ASSORTMENT OF Hardware, Crockery-ware, hotioneries, Notions, &c., &c., &C,, Whek they intend selling at the Ur lowest -Also Wi Barter for, or buy, all kinds of Country Ptedce, at the "Stand of the 'Old Book Store." Ce0wuiexanixe before purcauing elsewher:. Narc 28 Is bf Livid Landreth & Co.'8 Fmesh Garden Seed. ON MELON, super. S Turniparooted Red Beet. 40MRood-rooted Beet, -VDnemUa d Savoy Cabbage, Flat Dutch Cabbage, Ozheart Cabbage, li Z Dutch Turnip, ary White Red Top Turnip, White 1arrowfat Peas. 84 CIL Jast received, and fo- sale by R. STEWART. g At present can be had by calling at my & 83 NTATION TfOR SALE. SALE my plantation in' Edgefield -It I jontaiing 30 ACRES of LAND, ibri in -OWivation and the balance i nat -i n the place is a good dwelling keome cotaining fire rooms, and all necessary istbodings. Church and school within a half -0. of the place. It is within 14 miles of New berry, C. -., and thr ee- fou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 March 1866

that the devil of fanaticism is to be fought onlj with fire, [Applause.] It was a "smasbinj blow," and the Thugs reeled under it. Mr --Villandigham thanked the President, also, fol his 6orversation with Governor Cox, who along with John Sherman, seemed to want tc perform t.e part of "Spaulding's glue" be tween Johnson and his enemies. As a whole, Wtwas but a repetition if his message and speech. Mr. V. especially thanked him for his signal and manly rebuke to those bitter and narrow-minded bigots who object that lrcertui men," whom they have abused, slan dered and injured, and therefore hate, are ap plaudi: g -Johnson, firing cannon and hanging v,at flugs. These obje.ctots are a class of men who would-Wt, even if they could get a chance, enter the gates of Paradise, if those "certain men" were there before them. Very well, again. If they do not like the goodly fellow ship of "peace men," the Lord have tuercy or thow, for it is written "of such is the king - do= of Heaven." [Laughter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 April 1866

rt saw "..S,C.WE NSAY P --I- * - NEWBE " - *-- *. - d - . r: 4.. LUE L EWERY,S.C. WDNSDY PRL , 80 KE HERALD -FPUBLISHED EVERY WrDNESDAY, At 'Imberry V. B., Ttes P. & IL i.t E m ~TGE AND PCOPRIETORS. 1_S, $ F,50 OR SIX MONTHS, EITHER - -CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. -Payment required invariably in advance.) Advzisementsnsegted at $1,5t per square. for lkst ~isertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. A9ge noices, Funeral invitatins, Obituaries, ad 06dFamnicatdobs of personal interest charged &&svertiseuients. ek4,struetionofCoum1bia,S,C. W0 IS RESPONSIBLE ? TTEI FROM GEN. WADE HAMPTON. l ytderdy's issue of the News we pub -te leter of Major,General Sherman, on -&-bwmg eMolumbia S. C. To day we 4thr old and ontspoken letter of Gen. i -uiHamipt". Both of these we have given as important records that will be Mindadiiwn tposterity in the hi,otry of te wu it cnded. We do not feel called up6itituke any comment on General lamp 'um's letter, as it certainly speaks for itself in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 April 1866

ttvivr--On Frday alternoon a novel sale by public auction took pla,ce within the rooms of Messrs. Ilutcbinson Dixon, West Nile street, Glasgow. -.Ior sev eral day-A plaeardi ma-y have b=e oberd in tbis ity, Rnnouneing the"ning saW (t.he a of Mr. Jaami Taylor, desi" as *the Champior 'Comic of Great al." 06 cern ncQ.XoUs Mr. Taylor pr j sries!rfour mnnihC. from Noje ixtg tLtbe- higheA 'bidder, eng "iOmdn -1-6ice every lawtul crening in any establish 1nCul andla any Own to which be might -be sen4. The noreltv of the affair doubtless ex -ei .good deal of curiosity amont Mr. T roTsinl brethi-en in the city, ifi on Frid;ty afternoon, crowded into "the4mart" a hour-sale approached. Atfr"e&clock Nftwhinson iored hirbself 4r*o -a chair It&h~was pluced on the top oftke tble, and wasqo-afttrward* aspp$cted on the right by ~7~ayh'1 fr W'bdai smiiaa accomodation' t eeae li~ been provided. w orexpected to become I---idde-s stood or were seated in front of the A arayo( -champagno. glasses ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 April 1866

24 SEPARATE WRMAFE, NsW3asay S.V:, April 1, 1866. ORERS N .1. j&4werx and circulars heretofore L*ued qinformation and guidance of citi t,aAuoddiers of tits command, W*waln in Aorce and effect until otherwise b these headuarters. - hi M. MURRAY, GaptI cod'g Post, Newberry, . C. 2SPA RATE DISTRICT "&,V-., Xpril 1, 1866. 1 Ordrs No. 2. )NP9RXkION having been received at these fse persons visiting plantations -t haie contracted at just snd equi ""-taI'keo pen*tion, and offering greater induce wfth a iew to supply themselves with r a few months only, thus doing erious - Wboth'irbites sad blacks, and being in Yf!fdkmf laws and Tegutations hereto Awr eublished,-this,,pr.ictice must be di.con thed;& Pties mokting this order wil 'lie p1n1 - *e* e or i mprioawnt, or bth fine akd f at: . MltWRAj, Ga, * C0nitg Post Newberry, S. C. ~4iewStore* Dress Goods, .CLOTHiNG, 4S S"ES, HATS, &C., 4 H. Rutledge & Bro,,i ',Ct]W. Wt inform the citizens of New ;atiand -strronnding country ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 April 1866

-For th Hcr-ak. The Poet' Dead Love. I loved my love, but where is she ? Pised like a dream a%y; - est0 Me a geM in the - eep, leep sea Szolen bv DealWs cold hand from me r, like a flower fro,t-iipped in May, She died -iith dying day. ished no salt tears whel- she died ; She dying, sweetly smiled ; Ah, me! my darling and my b-id Like a swift shadow from mr- side She fled one summer evetide, An anfcl undefiled. Zaig low, you summer.evening sky Blow soft, you snunier breath I! tell me, did my d.trling d-e " Or did you bear her bumilv To regions, where no pain, nor sigh D6th. whisper e'er of deatb? T heard a Poet singing thiis One suniner afternoon; Ti-e clouds hung low, thwind was till, Andjst one sad, lone wlippoorwill Giireecho from a wooded hill That summer afternoon. , take me in your arms, sweet sleep, And let me dream of her.; Sealwith your kisses eyes that weep, And lapse me in a slumber deep, So deep, that not a breath shall stir The feathery gossamer. L balmy June . give rest...

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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. — 11 April 1866

g4lg TERMS- _ _ _FO- DTN MINT1),NN AD LF NCf. F. GRENEKER. \rO~Tj1IL ILNEWBERhRY, S. C., WEDNESLDAY, APPAL 11, 18o. NUMBER 15. THE H IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNieluY At Newb-rry C. R.., By TiOS. F. & R. H. GRE'EVER, DI"UnRS AN) r!"O!::IToa1S. TERMS, .fi,5o Full SIX '.'TD.E THER IN CURIENCY 0lR IN IAL iuNS. (Paym:ent requ:res. invariy ~n adva::ee.) "irst insertion, S for e(cl Miarr*age notices, Fue o and Conmunc,ions 0, ',n.-ren Of as adverdse.ents. Veto of the rA righ' J6 lT -D t he Senate (' t,, i ' c I regret that thc Lill wh ich hins 1a'<lst'ri Houses of Congress, enttld An Act to protect all pcr-oins in the a : their civil i:hts, and furnish tIe meanC fr their vnd:canion,' cont:as pro.sn w I I cannot approve, consistetl'nith my n of duty to the wh>e peol,' lk ! m o1) n tions to the Constitutin e 'iled ce. I am, therefore, constra t u t,. the Senate, the house in whih it c: i..ated w;th my objections to its bCOmij I 1:i"V. By the fb t secti -n. of th, i. born in the United ...

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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 April 1866

atocaman erresiaent Johns. Standng A rles, Mlitary Occupation, Martial Xas, Military Tribunals, anid the Suspension of the Prieilege of the WUrit of Habeas Corpus in gw of Peace, not to be any 1onger sanct ioned or alloeL WASTIINrON, April 2, 186. TY the President (f thc Unied States: PROCLAMATION. Whereas, Br proclamation on the 15th and IWh of April, 1861, the President of the United States, in virtue of the power vested in him by the Constitution and the Laws, declared that the laws of the United States were opposed, and the exercise tt eref ebstr.ueted,in the States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Ylorida, Mississippi, LoU=sina, and Texas, by combination too power fui a be suppressed b'y the ordinary course of ediciali proceedings, or by the powers vested in the Marshals by law ; and, Whereas, By"hnother proclamation made on the 16th day of August, in the same year, in pur mance of an Act of Congress, approved July 13, 181', the inhabitants of Georgia, South Carolina, Virgi...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 April 1866

New Furniture Store, over Rutledge & OstendoWf's, (And Opposite the -farble Yard.) W expect to keep constantly on hand, a complete assortment'of the following ar ties, -Tiz CHA BER SETTS-different styles. Bureaus, Wash Stands, bed-steads, Trundles, Cibs and Cradles, Xatrasses, l4t Saloon, Foldi ngand Extension Tables, Sofas, Tete-a-tetes and Divans, Rockig Chairs-from common to the finest, A good variety of Cane and Wood-seat Chairs, and Children's Rockers, Dining and Nursery Chair2, also Merchant's Stools. We will also keep Wall Papering and Window Shades, and furnish Looking-Glass Plates, for old frames. Having had several year's experience in this business, we feel confident that we c.n sell as 1eep as any house in the State, and hope that qll our old friends will call and examine our *Ock. g3 Eatrnce through Rutledge & Osten dorff'!-store. JOHN R. LEAVELL & CO. April 11 14 Smo. TRE SPRING CAMPAIGN. T HE Subscribers have added largely to their -Stock of Drgs, Medicine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 April 1866

7 _J- 1 - 1--," For ihe Hkra d. My Solicr's Goe . .Uy litzle joy l 'An li.ei p My sweetest 10pe's are crus1cd at 1 s I tread ile's weary path alone, My soldier! Oh, my soldier's cone! No more the cannon loud and dee, Will awake hin fro:l his long, lu P No more h'1l list to the bc tnt! M soldier ! Oh, my sodier's gone And never more, we',l know the bhis Of one more i::], and lovin or gazo o his manly for:n Our so!,ier : Oh, our soldier's gone 1nd never more with a fLther's jiy, Will he list' to the prat:le of hi infant boy And he must brave the wo: alone His father !Oh, his father's gne Virginia, may thy soil rest, Lightly 'pon his noble bveat And may some friend in iry For me a tear o'er his lowly ed. -L~ M. W V. All Is O e. 'Tis over: gently lower the lifeless head, The vitA spark is xut ; his mori el hias fI C1ose the sig'aless eyes;this morn they fiashdc in battle; Those ears are deaf, even to the 2ltsrattle, This morn, bright 11rels grueed lis row Ah! wipe the death.dew from it ...

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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. — 18 April 1866

T.ii. GENEKER TERME-$1,50 FOR STX) q 4 C4. I. GRENEKER. MONTIIS, IN ADVANCE.. VOLUME IL NEWBERRY S. C. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1800. NUMBER 16. 6-* THE HERALD 1S PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. R., -y TOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, LDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. RMS, $1,50 FOR SIX MONTR., EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. kPayment required invariab?y 'En avaiee.) Advertiseme-ts4%serted at 1 ,50 per: quare, for l t" eiton, -1 for each subsequent insertion. _Iarr-age notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, -tnd Communications of persoual interest charged 'as advertisements. -The Repeal of all Test Oatlis a Require ment of Peace. The experience of mankind is againtt cither the policy or wisdom of test oaths. They ire inconsistent witn the existence of Republican institutions. They are utterly opposed to ti spirit or legislation of a free people. They are the emblcms of vengeance. They can scarcely be regarded as among the synWols of liberty. It is, therefore, with pleasure that we...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 April 1866

WAsmxxac';, A pil 3.-T!e P"resdent to-day, transmitted to Cogress the co::ro-nication from the Secretary Nf the :-er an: Po-:tnaster Genera! su(g-st'g so:ne mod t ions of the teet oath They sho 1 the gat ance of such h-gislatio4, bovth in a pecct irY d harmo Pious poicnt of view, and the Iresient earnrStl ronmends the subget to thc ea:ly consideration of Congress. The commica:on was referred to Committee on the Juiiciar. In O-e Sen:ate, Mr. Lane, of Kansus, oTered a joint resolnion, today, proposilg the almission of the Southern Saes to rereanin Con gress on cond:-on o reQdf: the Coucd ,Pra-.e debt, endorSin: thle F al' annul Jing all ordinances of ees: and granting the right of sufYrage to colored persons who pay a tax on 22 %sorth of properLy, and who cani read and write. Mr; Lane spoke of the necessity for immllediate action on the.subject of reconstruction, to save the Repubilican party. The veto message was taken uip, and some sharp conversation ensued between Lane ad Meide. Th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 April 1866

Spring Goods f At Low Figures. The attention of the citizens of New berry, the public generally and the adies partic6larly, is invited to ani ex aidrnation of our stock of Sping and Summer GODDS, Consisting in part of Prints, Delaines, Muslins, Crape Marettes, Grenadines, Domestics, Cloths, Cassiners, Cloak$;gs, Hoslery, )ress Skirts, 'Collars, t Ties, &c., &c. These goods have been bought low, si,.e,thei decline in prices, and we can sell them, therefore, much lower than eretofore, and perhaps than can else vhere be had. We ta this occasion to state that our stock of SIOES is Iing offered -66 per ent below cost to close out this particular line of business. R. B. HOLMAN & CO. Apri1, 16-tf. : IXERE IJHEY COME. i E bice Summer Goods, we are just re I- eiving our third stock of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, and hope the puibuc will find thei to please thi'ir fancy in price and style. .Wd fave a.srlendid lot of Prints, Mislins, Chal lies, and variusother Dreas Goods, also, Paris...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 April 1866

Eidolen. 'BY JAMES R. RANMALL. Ab, sweet-eyed Christ: thine image smiles In its Ca!hedral cell, Shrined in the Heaven-enamored arms Of her who never fell; And if my phamtom eyes implore A more benignant dream, Tis a nepenthe I would crave For a memorial dream. Dear Leonie, here didst thou kneel, That musky summer noon, As the zephyrs sang their Angelus 'Mid the dimpled cheeks of June As the sunlight drifted o'er thy brow, Its golden wave of grace, Bright blending with the miracles Of that angelic face. Adorably Madonna-like By this communion rail, Thy rapt,ured fae, though rich with youth, Was spirit-like and pale. And, oh, those luminous blue eyes, Those Meccas of despair, They-they were glorious Eden-isles Lost in a lake of prayQr. Saint Leonie, I saw thee flit, Gazelle-like, to the street, And pure, melodious angels led Thy ,dainty tinkling feet; My rebel thoug-hts were petrel-winged Attendant upon thee, Chasing thy loved and lissom shape, As Arabs of the sea. Long did I love the...

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