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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 October 1869

ItbI~ I!(Vl loe7~ ~ 00.. -It pv Yja Ril Of P H FOR THE. DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. t--7 SWEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1869 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _N O . 39 . T H E HERA L D EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, * '~At Noe*berry 0. i., OB , . i . H. GRENEX1 IiAltori8 and Proprietors. - TICR18, 68 PEnANNUM, IN CURRENCY S.a ''R'PROVISIONS. ymaitrequired Invariably in advance. M atein oti , tlt neral invitations, ObitN te qu Coninignictis onuboodrving pri#tte Inte 4rO.q!inj(edas nvAsmns " LA' .ve Story. kle steoggledto kiss her-sho struggled the same, To prvent lim, so bold and undaunted )But as sinietp with lightning. lie beard her exclaim 11A:va'un air," and of' he avaunted. nt *hen he returned with a itidislh 11augh, ,howing clearly that lie was affronted, And thr&atined by inait Nmo to carry her 01, Bhe crled "bont," and the poor fellow Idont'ed. Tlifn ao in'eekly apDroached and got down A-lher feet., VrayInq lond, as before ie had ranted; Th lio would forgive, and try 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. — 6 October 1869

NEWBERRY: ---- Wednesday Morning, October 6, 1809. Shall it bo I It is thought possible that Gov. Scott may be nominated as Secretary of War. If this te true, the pious hope may well be indulged in that he receive it. RadicalOomwietkol A radical convention mlet in Jackson, Miss., Sept. 20, and Gen. Alcorn was nontatl for Governor, by acclamation, It. U."Powers for Lieutenant Governor, and James Jynch, colored, (or Secretary of State. It is reported At yashington that Gen. Canby re comibnIs tho re-establishment of the Freedman's Bureau in Virginia, on no eount of the drouth, to provent sufiering tinong the. n(groes, and that Grant hopes to visit the Smith; this winter. Abbevillo -p xpors Consolidated. Tte Abheville Banner has been merged into the "Press," and hereafter the issue wiIlho.the Priss and Banner, and thu, consqlidatoed, -ilI make regular and pleas. int wbekly vi.sits to the funny readers whehave been for so long its patrons. To Mr. W. IV. Parrow who retires, and to Mdssrq....

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. — 6 October 1869

r WIIIMON & IiKER, Have opened and are still receiving their late purflhqses, de at the North, and cf 11.i'efljI4 ado D iY GOODS, Dres s o ods, of various styles and patterns. a Ntt CALICOES, &C, STRIPES, &C. rA4VY ART16LS, &C. Togetheniitha full assortment of - HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES &C, AND GQCERIE S, Su01h as SUGA1S, COFFE [,; T 3 ,.-3 : -'J - MOLA8S8ES, FLOUR,'. BACON, POTA'OES, - Besides CROCKE RY, GTJ AS WA IU VO0*O N WV'A lm, . ..STONEWAl1E, &C. A'jj;qf which and manV other articles too numerouo to mention, will be sold LOW FORt CAS1I. OVE. 630 tt. The best are the Cheapest! le'now have on hand the followil, pop ilar 9tyles of Ladios un( Misas hoop skirts. The Dew Drop, Tip Top, Popilar, , Favorite, Reception Demi Quaker, Greehin La Parie. The Dnplex Elliptic is a great favoriic with the ladies and is universally recon. mondo:1 by the Fashion magazines as the stan dald skirt of thle tshlnable world. To-enjoy the fo llowing ine0sthiable advan tages, V...

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. — 6 October 1869

A DIUDATi-PAIt IS A 1atthooM-Mora Mowatt, Who is writing . 'ign lNttera for t 0Fraicsce. Olotitile, tells it story Af RTaidal pair, making tho tour or Switterland, who recently enmo to a crowded hotel, and woro informed by the tandlord that thero was but ono unoccu. pied room in the house, the . bathroom, and that a couple of beds might bo made in the two baths which it contained. The youthful couple woro well plensed to securo oven this shelter after a fatiguing journey a'nd retired to rest. An hour or two later the stillness of tho iight was suddenly broken by shrieks of dis tress issu'ng from the bathroom. The lady, wishing to summon a servant, had pulled what she presumed was a bull ropo suspended over her bed in the bath, when suddenly she was inundated by a shower of cold water.- Thogontleman, roused by tier cries, and not quito comn prehending the position; pulled a sup posed bell rope which tie felt dangling over his bath bed, to bring him a domes. tic, but brought instead 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. — 13 October 1869

TitrEE DOLLARs A YEARI] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLItENCE$ [INVARIALY IN ADvAToC. VOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1869- NO.40. THE HERALD Is PUBLISIED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Nowberry 0. It., By THOS. F. & R. H. ORENEKER, Editors and Proprietors. TERMS, 08 PEA ANNUM, IN CUR R ENCY Olt PROVISIONS. Payment rTuired invariably in advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit% usrie., and Comninoations subserving~private * Iutereste, are ahariced as adverilsemtents. [For the Herald. Enoree Plantation. October 5th, 1869. Mn. EDITOR: Will you allow me a am'ift space in your columns, to tnake a few suggestions to the planters of the County ? We have just passed through one of the most extraordinary sensons experienced by the oldest of our inhabi tants. Although unusual energy has been displayed by our people in putting in afid cultivating their crops, and a larger amount of fertilizers has been brought to this county this year than has ever been known before;...

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 October 1869

TO#M'WtR MIIs. STOWC IlAs DoNs. The New York Journal of Commerco ro. turns to tho Stoio-Byron scandal, the editor holding that the non-appear-anco of proofs In the October Atlantio must be accepted as a confession that Mrs. Stowe has acted unadvisedly, rashly, from motives of a per4onal character rather than thobo ofjustice, and that .he now invokestho charity of silnce and the balm of oblivion upon her uncalled for assaults upon the metnory of the dend. But, adds the Journal, the boon of for gotfulness can never be tiers. S lonig as the English language preserves the name of Lord Byron, will Mrs. Stowe's traons gression of the first principles of divine jtustico;and mercy, and lier viUlationi of every cantion of good taste, be remici bored against her, She has spoken the wingdd ivords, and they have flown to thq cnds of the carthi, and mu-st circle on forever. And it will matter but little, after all Mi:s. Stowe's good name and fame; whetier her story shall he su)b stantilated by f...

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. — 13 October 1869

Trunks,i Trunks. We have a nice lot of Trunks of variou sizes and prices whileh we bought dire from the snufacturer, tud Oan. sell the LiV4tkOH' & WHEELER. Oct. 6 89 ti. Clothing, Clothing. A very nice selection of medium an EAgl9t,hing, i n wh1uh we offer bargains LOVELAE & WHEELER. cOdt?b 89 tf Notice. I will pay the best market price (o fine Dried Peaches and Apples. Oct 6 89 A. HARRIS. Moved. I hpqo, removed to No. 1, Mollohon Row lately W. 11. Webb's staud, and Invite al persons to call and examino my stock befor( purciasing elsewhere, as I will be In con stant receIpt of pure fresh Dfgs, Medicines, Pftrames and Tollet Aricls, et from Manufacturers nnd Importers i'will be sold at the lowest market rates ll and be convinced at Da JAIES MoINTOSH'8. , .-All prescriptions will be carefully 61uded by Mr. H1. 1. Tarrant, of Char eethTlihorough Pharnacoutist and Chem let, who will sleep In the storo and attend lhe'same at any hour of the night whe caUed upon. Oct. a q9 tV. 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. — 13 October 1869

'18 IT ANY BODY'S BUSINESS. Iey Aj11y's:busine8a; Vntloitn should chooso To Mut upi 6 lady, I Ito la y-dotst rofus Oit speak'i little plainer, That the meaning all may know, Is it anybody's business If a lady has a beau? 14 It anybody's busine. When that gentleman does call, Or when ho leaves the lady, Or Iile leaves it all ? Or is it necessary That the curtain shonild be drawn, To save from further tronale Tho outsido lookers on ? Is It anybody's blusiness But the lady's, if her beau Rides out with othe- ladios And doson't let her know ? Is it anybody's business But tile gentlemnill's, if she Should accets another escort, Where he doesn't chance to be ? If a person's on the sidewalk, Whethet great or whether eniall, Is it anybody'a business W'here ilh it person means to call ? Or, if yok see a peron As he's calling any where, Is it anyhody's business What his business may be thele ? Thn aubstanee of our piuery, Simply stited, would he this Is it anybody's l,isinless What another's ...

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 October 1869

THREE DOLLARs A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF UEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY' IN ADvANCE. VOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1869. NO.41 10 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry 0. U., BF TAOS. F. & U. H. ORENERKER, Editors and Proprietors. TERMS, 68 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR Pr5VISIONS. Paymentrequired invariably in advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Oblt% =aries, and Communications subsurving private intoreats, are charged as advertisements. General Robeit ri Lee. The following poem was written by Captain Thos. F. Rocho, for merly of Loring's command, A. N. T., on the occasion of General Lee's visit to Baltimore in behalf of the Valley Rail Road. It speaks for itself, and we venturo the asser tion that thero is not a true man nor woman in the South who, a( tor reading it, will not say, "God bloss thoo, Robert Lee:" God bless thee, noble General I God bless thee, Robert Lee I Our Southern hearts throb warmly now, Once more we dream we're free; Once m...

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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. — 20 October 1869

Can carpot-baggers in the South lon. ger.w:andur at the aptntempt in which tW6d Sotitho'rn pioiold thetlU, when they Ond it quito as bitter and deep in the probs of the North-the press of both parties. The Chicago Times ex presses in the following: The carpet.baggers in the South are now looking to the general government for pay for their dirty work. Welis, of Virginia, and Scott, of Sonth Carolinn, are nmnod to fli the Vacancy in the War Department. Let us hope that, if no higher consideration can prevnil with tie President, his respect for inawlins' nei ory will prevent him from appointing as his successor a scalawag so conItemIptiblo and inean as a carpiet bagger and voh)n tary associat0 and boon coipanlitn with "'niggers," in their effbrts to obtain po litfeal control over white. men, Inust. n. cesiarily be. The appointiment of Scott or Wells would he a positive inlsult to the m9tnory of Rawlins. The ation has already been insuited, repenbte, by (rant's appointments, so we canno...

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. — 20 October 1869

Clothing,'COlothing. A very nice seicction of medium and cheap clothin h1 which we offier bangaill. .rVELACE& Wigj'R. Oct..1!89 i Notice. I willepay the best market prico f9r fine Dre Peaches and Apbleve. '. , . Oct 0 89A.HRRS Moved. I havo removed to No. t, Mollohon Row lately W. H1. Webb's stand, and invite all persons to call and examino my stock before purchasing o1,where. as I will be in con stant receipt of pure fresh Drugs, lMedicines, Perfumes and Toilet ArtIls, 1)lreet from Manurticturera and Importers, which will bo sold at the lowest market rates. Call and be convinced at Dit. JAMES McINTOSH'S. N. B.-All prescriptions will be carefully compounded by Mr. H1. P. Tarrant, of Char lestou,,4L thorough Pliarmaceutist and Chem. Ist, who will sleep in the store and attend the same at any hour of the night when called upon. Oct. 6 29 tf. LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP! Full Lines for the Fall, AND SATISFACTION IN PRICES. Having just returned froi the Northern markets wtith a heavy Fall ...

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. — 20 October 1869

Little Fingers. ,-Busy littlo fingers, E Zvery where they go; Roiy little fingers. The aweetest that I know. Now into my work-box, All the buttons finding, Tangling up the knitting, Every spool unwinding I Now into the basket Where the keys are hidden, So misohievous looking, Knowing it forbidden. Then in mother's tresses, Now her neck enfolding, Willh auch sweet careaMeS Keeping off a scolding. Darling little flngers, Never, never still, Make them, Hleavenly Father, One day do thy will. (Caildren's Picture Magazine. Lucy Stone said a good thing in the Woman's Convention at Chicago, to wit: "Some men cowards say if women vote they should fight. Now, she would ask, who perils her lifo when the soldier is born? The uother is his quartermaster until he is capable of finding his own rations." Ilotgh, Clendening & Co. COTTON FACTORS, AND DRALER8 IN BACON, LARD, & SUPPLIES GENERALLY, No. 67 SouT STaxET, BA LTIOuE, MD. Liberal Cash Advances made on consignments ofCotton, to Blerohn...

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 October 1869

%1 (1 1 1JT, 1so ..,Jw If -o lit - 2 0 w l .I. ..: i rjr jr,:! THtr DOtiARSd A YEAR .FOA T 4 - U iNt 1Ekj W- -_SuY 1 -C-OBE - 27 1~ ' -. : f o EYEWR NVEDNESDAY MNING, By TAOS. F. .& . H. pR NEKER, .'Editors and Pr6priltors. THUS, $8 Piit ANNUM, IN CURIREC1 PftOV;PIONql ray,iAonirVqu1red Inrnrinbl y advance. 31arr!pgo VUghtleem a 'iuj;ton,Obt r n ce UiaV1[lt 111na, bR tiorldsillod Ohiht Fcits lV,vitig private intereatq, are *barged as udverilamonte. Sign of th, Mammoth Watc , UNDER- TilE NEW 110TEL, 31inll Stret, Oolu mbia, S. C. WOULD~respectfully in ro,:. th' citIzens of 'Abbevillq and murroundlng ColuntliA. SiIIt he has J11st opened a largo and well ;tad stock, consi9ing of tho following aVdleas to which ho Is milking iwefkly ad' dlddh's, %41Z: Fiine eGold.Wittches and -owelry, French and American Clocks, StorlingSilvor and Plated Waro, Musical Instruments, Fine 'Spec. tacles and Eyo-Glassos, Fine Table and Pocket Cutlery. Oct. 20 41 3m. Kinsman's Candy Factory. Our I on g oxp...

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. — 27 October 1869

NEWBERRY: -Wedesday *ornitg, October 21, 1869 Providence permitting, Rev. Mr. DuDoso *f *bbevill9 will preach i tho Episoopal Churolt, next Subbath morning and after. noon. gooiwitIth e Bau, 5. D. Elliott, (aolored) Adjutant General of SpIa Varolina. eow-bided James D. Hava .igb,wb%itel one of Gov. Soott's Clerks. Cause .t .aselling note written by the latter to the *brasr's wift._____ -0 A . - -Immigration, .a bp- 4h vIa'Wo Range till the' .tb Noveher, on thiebhat hevisitu'ColMmbia .4' attend the it r ii, oud isparts -thetio on ..0h1th proi.* for New York. Those baying besie with irt SilOPA will take time by the tbrelook. 'T|ake It The Rural Carglinlaa sboulAbe lit lhe bands 9f every farmertnereben.t,, p4oi*eto4buqi. man. Bub tltions teoelyed pt this btlve. f: &1W -j.ib*f Is cbty-62 pert V% ao* ..W9 irs4 it 'a the itraldl -' .- :Tb*jair.at Coluinbia. Our peoplgpvq staep.a stop in the right d1, rteon. To build up. the.industrial power of -. .Thiftepet.for the success of tha - Wa...

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. — 27 October 1869

iir ''LTCJH I~ N t ' T SAVE8 NINE- Iryou have a cough,:Ao not elet It; thousando go to an utimely gmv X k6gocting wha thjcal - 'a Iligt gmv~u~ liht1 MdWs. DR. TUrPS EX EOT NT will cure it. It can be had of any Drug glut. Ot- 13 40 29. $ RIFF'S SALE 4..or November. an order om John T.''Peterion, 'Pto"t W6audge; I will sell on"t're-first -Konday In November next, within the- legal hprq, at Newberry 0. U., the following property, vis : 1 rract of Land- belonging to the Estate of N. 0. Gallmai, bounded by lands of:Mcpj ab Epps. D'avid Halfaere, other lands of.the Es, tate and'6thers. containing -- Avres, more or less (a plat of the same will be exhibited on tho'a of salo., nTeniX sale,, o. a credit of o'he year, oxa -Cept cost, which must pe paid in cash. The purchaser .to givd bond and mortgage, or pay the whole In cash * * 3 Also, 400 Acres, more or less, bounded by lands of Bal tick, buncan, J. S. Renwick, S. C. Wilson, 8. S. Soig and Mary A. Gias% gow, being the real Estate of John ...

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. — 27 October 1869

Ift&IRtISH"L4NGUAGE. Il ia ygur. y'roI het about T co m 1om rallo,1o bte ao flo routo ? Is this the lgly spalleen, Wid th' umbrel a hat, That lives on spiders, dogs and mice, And ates hisould Ton cat? Oh, worrah I Biddy, darlint, .. 'Twill be all day wid you; RO'iM swape the carpets, 'tind the beds, 'And ate cook-roache9, too. He cares for nothing but his till, Wileh he hangs on so stout; The baste, he niver goes to Masb, - And needs no Sundays out. And, Mick, yo rovisterhig omadhoun, . Yo'd best throw by tho.plk; D'yo twIg this melanuhlly ohap, oll mako"" out your stick. And Diek iljtallor, too, might well Bo scared GAgo-the kVmve; He'll out (o thet obblrA cor, And th ai bopae Thin, when hq ooka upon thosland, 'Twotild m o a gard'nor ori . To soo the pra les,..at Ils call, IisD in thelt \iageoty. He btes Saii41l41k the' clock makr, so s 11.sihi.nino r's breath Wi'ikiIie on old-tn pots and pans, on ioba'eky-death i wurrnh I for Iny fathor's son I lict O'er I've como to strifo 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. — 10 November 1869

.1 11 r r I le. e. -'~~~~~~~; y 0.1. * .- - ~ ~ ~ ~ 4*I> . iTh7Y. .-~-..I *~.. 7~ 2r144-A 44}1444-. ~ ufit 1w k (v,~ It iit~'. t'4)~s ? V.xJU i '. ' ~ rj~~ DOLL~UIS A YEAR,] . FOR THE DJISSEMINATION OF' USEFUL INTLIEN .[IVRA YINAV1'Ce VOL. V. .MORNING_, NOVEMBER 1,16.N.4. THE HERALD IS PUBLISUED IngRY wEDNESDA. MOlNING, --At NoWbergy 0. H., NiT08, Y. & R. EI. GRE?BEER,. Editors and Proprietors. TE1MS, 08 OEM ANNUM, IN CUtiITNCY Olt PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably Jn advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitntions, Obi% unries, and Communaetions imbsubving private interests, are chmared as advertiscments. FERTILIZERS. Etiwan No. 1, Etiwan No. 2. Solublo Mahures aro put tip at the Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Com. pany's Works, near Charles ton, S. C. Phonix Guano, (in its nat ural state). . . Wilcox, dibbs & Co's. Manipulated Guaano, (Phom nix and Peruvian). Always on hand and for sale by G. T. SCOTT, Local Agent. So). 27 32 3mos. i still recivng PU N TURM, of...

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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. — 10 November 1869

NEWBERRY: Wednesday Uprning, Nov. 10, 1809 A bad Mark--z And yet dear (4ilinquent a Most necessary one. Did you lotie It gn yqnr jast paper? of course you did, fok it Ivas the, first mark mado against any of our numorous readers since some time early in tbe present year, and it was scoaxD with a heavy hand. Some of you are away back yonder In arrearsI inonths, and months and Tponthe behind, till we are almos. ashamed to say anything about It at this late day.- But 'a dumb pflest loses his benefit," and we have good authority for knowing "that 'tis better late than never," thorelbre we present the cross for consideration now, and with MARCD emph,asis. And-why say you was the cross not made long ago. Why? because of sick, ness, absence and other misfortunes. Is that suMelent? and you are not angry are you? Tott'il pay up like good follows won't you. Tei to be sure we will I Thank you, that is the way to talk, and you will be looked for, from this time on, till dvery mothers son shll h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 November 1869

ADMIQSTRATOER SA,LE, BY ORDER of John *. Peterson, Probate Judge of Newbrr y, tH I wil soll at the Ilo residence of J [AH 'E WART, doo'd., on Saturday t4- 1th of November next, a part of the ifr 'na Estate of said deceased, consisting of .. . Horses', Mules, Cattle, .Sheep, Hogs, Gin, Thrser Fa Ro Wagon, PlantationTo,18.House li :and Kitchen tuireitur, &C. TERMS -CAS11. . DANIEL GoGGANS, Adm'r. Nov. 3, 43-2t. I)jRIJIiN* FRESH AND OF Quinino, Cream Tartai', Castor Oil, Morphine, E Rsom Salts, Sweet Oil, Opium, Sub. Carb. Soda., Cod Liver Ol, Camphor, ' Salphur, Alcohol, Rheubarb, - Dye Stuffs, Chloroform, . Calomel, Cone:entratedLyo, Bu .Turpentine, , Blue MNf s, Bluo Stone, *K<&c., &c , Jtst rc'eived and for sale by Dn. JA1MN1SA1cINT0Si1 Oct. 27 42 tf. Moved. t have removed to No. 1, Aollohon Row, lately W. H. Webb's stand, *and inito all persons to cnll and examino my stock befdro purchasing W4where, as I will be in conl ttant redelp of puro frpsh Drugs, Medicines, D...

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. — 10 November 1869

Throe Old Saws. 0% 3LUdY 1ARC'N tll. wor4 seens cold to you, Kindleees fd.*ii fid itI Let their comufortilde from view, Winters that'dqi'rn it. I i-d tairofidn gi*bi b"i To 1hat r ..Vig la n'7. A i t er lAts WQAtfier.! if iYle"w!Nd's wilderness, Go build hou60 lit iI Will it help your loneliness On.the wind to din ii P laia' but, howe-r tilight, Weeds and brainbles sinother.; And to roof and meal invite Some forlorner brother. If tie world's a vale of tears. Smnle till rainbows spAn it; Breathe the love 11ha1t lif1 endears, Clear from clouds to fan it ; Of voti glad-ess lend a gleam Unto soil that shiver ; Show them how dirk Sorrow's stream Biend& with Ilope'4 bright river. In the U. S. District Court. Dist. of South C.rolina-In Bankruptcy. IN BE . C. II. Sondly-13anlrupt. Ily order of the Hlon. George S. Oryan, Jodge of the U. 8. DIst. Court, I will soll on Tuesday the 1th d:ay or November next, at the residence of C. 11. Sondley, all the real and personal property belonging to...

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