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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 November 1869

oi 01"w 00140"'11, ----- - *I-I Tnt REE1 DOLIAUs'AY4 ,&--u-- - 0RT114 DISiEAW4 0 - USEFUL INTELLMGEIC [TNARIBL N ADVOL 1VOLV WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1869 For thoerald. [all theso? No. T it RA v,f - 9 No. b~ Thvmn.-h t_ 111-,(I I - F WiM Mr v, % 'EVERY WEDNESDAY AtORNING, At N046irry 0. ., B? THOB. F. &.R. H. GRENSKU, Edl torq and Propriotors. TElMS, 8 jiat &NIUM, IN CU,ttENcY - OR PROVISIONS. Payment re4itred invariably in advanoV. :Aarriage NdticeA, Funaral Invitdtlons, Obit.% u6resi aud Cbinuntoations subservig privAto luStere8a,aieoharged as Advertsements. FFERTILIZERS. Etiwan No. 1, Etiwan No. 2. Soluble Manures are put up . at the Sulphuric Acid 41 Stiper-Phosphate Com Works, near Charles Phonix C; uano, (in its nat W'lcox, Gibbs & Co's. MWnipulated Guaano, (Phce" t. - aft Pernvian). Always on hand and for sale by G. T. SCOTT, Local Agent. Sep. 27 L2 3mos. ~R 3 .'I U1vRNI"IUR E. m 'n still receiving FURNI TURE of every descriptioln imio. t 'ito n fro tho...

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. — 17 November 1869

.-7-NEWBERRY Wednesday MornIng, Nov. M7, 1869 Look for It. Look Air the X mark, and make a note. If you received tirNat green paper notice last week, do not forget to call and settle. Groat Induoomonta. To all now subscribers to the Herald, bo%. twoon this time and tho first of January, we ofer the following loading agricultural pa, pers at tho low rates named: The Rural Carolinian, published by Walk or, Evans & Cogswoll, Charleston, with tle Nowberry Herald; at $4. The Southern Cultivator and Herald at $1. TboiRural Aaterican, a largo quarto, illus, trated, and Herald at $3.50. .. The American Stock Journal, and the Herald at $3.25. Ay of theso'first class papers can bo had no* at eeedingly low rates.by subscribing beforo January. (1. The Rural Alnerloan. We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of that valuablo Ag. ricultural, Ilorticulturnil, and general Family paper, the Itural American, published in New York. This old estab Jished rural publication is now t...

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. — 17 November 1869

SHiERIFF'S SALE. i34: 4p berty, S. .C.,'vs.. Ionry' Whit. p.7-7 vIrtud'of sad. writs of FibirI P1el0s to ml; directed, I will sell on the first Mon. day InI December uext, at Newberry Court House, to wit: ' :. All the right, title' and 'Iutiast Wiitil Uniy WItiiro may have had since the r 110 1on of tle judgment In th,o above 6tO onse, in the ot or land fr6nting on tiO &ulo square, bounded by lots of -Sii eolf-1ratt ahil Jacob Singley, now In the possession of Wright & Coppouk, leiled on at the suit of.tho Bank of Nowborry, s. 'Ca, vs. Ienry,Whtmilro. . $4 Als, ait the right, title and Interest whieh George D. Smith may hav'e had In said lot of land since the rendition of the judgment in th ease of the Bank of Newberry, 0. (. vs. George D. 1nmith, levied on at the suit of the Bank of Newberry, s. c. vs. George D. salith. $3 . Also, Oneo tract of land -contaiing one hundred and twonty-eight acres, more or less, bounded by lands samuel McKee, dee'd., Estate of samuel 'Young an...

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. — 17 November 1869

NeveIiHl pelr Car; Move up, fat man ; squeezo In, thin. Trunks, valises, boxee ;bundlev, Fill 4'at oP Ahe tumbles. Mali #ithout numnber, Ow e hod In slumber. Thirty seate jor.tf etoi4jug, A dozen or ro'on 6ther landing. Old man lifes i sgnal finger, Car slack,%U bat 'ot a linger; Be's jerked a ard by sleeve and ahoulder, byeoA.aide to sweat and amoulder. To"e. trod on, hats are smuslied, D soiled, hoop skirts crushed, Tiees are bury, bent on pluder; 8till we rattle on like ahunder. Pael .tgotber, unwa-hed bofaflM Batie in fumes of whiskey Ioddies Tobacco, ga*lic, cheese and beer, Perfune ahe heated at:niospherv : Old b$ta, pipea, 1ather and tain. Ani irn luck. m "soapj tat man." C7"Bliig, janminitu, pushing. p sing. Art' we )oly ? Wha i a blsoing The barhelor'. refrain-i. 1na Th< unaia 1trifrairi---a mmi: Let ther rc ktatger refrain. Notie of Sale of Land, Wash gt inloto).n h . 7 Rot- AdAyinhn, in Puranc'. n f nab -. fo N:nti O. ne dtreatte,i. t- A<--rr%n . : 1: a 'Newherr, L....

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. — 24 November 1869

. . -e - *.1 I cl Tim-'DOLAU AY Yntu,] FOR TUE DISSEMINATIONOF S [INVARIABLY N ADVLIEC YL:. V- WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1869 NO a ss... im* a*' . 2 I- . PUBLISHlEDI EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry U. i,, BY THOS. F. & R. H. GRENERER, Editors and Proprietors. "TER3H8, 68 PERt ANNUM, IN CURIENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentrequired invariably in advance. Marriage Iotices, Funeral Invitations, ObIt% .unies,- and Communleattons subsorving private interests, are charged as advertisements. REPORT tN TIlE DEST IETuOD OF CULTIVATINO COTTON, READ DEFORE THE STATE AGRI ULTUIA, SOCIETY. The Committee to whom was assigied 6.duty of .rporting upon the est :,thod of Cultivating Cotton, beg re 'tc6tfully to submit the following paper ik theresult oftheir conclusions. S it hjproachilg the business of cotton -eltlitue, two general considerations should -b6rrVa'ded, one that of cliniate,- the 'bthey of soil. Though cotton is the great Athrican staple of export, and pro .claimed a king in th...

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. — 24 November 1869

NEWBERRY: ---o - Wed"sday Morning, Nov. 2t 1809 Look for It. Look fbr the X mark, and make a note. If you recoelved that green paper notice 1u.t wook, do not forgot to call and settle. Great Induuoments. To all now subscribers to the Herald, be% tween this time and the first of January, we offer the following loading agricultural pa% pear at the low rates named: The Rural Carolinian, published by Wialit. or, Evans a Cogswell, Charleston, with the Newberry Herald, at $4. The Southern Cultivator and Herald at S4. The Rural American, a large quarto, illus trated, and Herald at .3.,50. 1e0' Xiic.n stock Journal, and the Herald at $3.20. . Ant itheso firSt class papers can be had now at exceedingly low rates'by subscribing belbro January. it. .Arrange9eiqts baving been mado with the prpiletosottlib Ladies Friend, a charming monthly, and that excellent papei the Satur. day Eftblhg Post, we nre able to supply either of these pnpers to new Aubscribers to the Herald, at $4 50. 1114R UP YOUR ...

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. — 24 November 1869

By virtue of sundry. writs of FiorI Faqias .ito . .t OWI yy 0'tho" first ecem -It4ftn ,iyI0 filIorly Itary: ater at tA sult ot'17. a. McJunkin. 3. I will also soll at the rosidenco of J-. B. Qtymph, on Tuosday,.tho 7th d#y oftDecomn ber next, 4 mulea, 1 horso,- about -6 bales cotton in sced 0 fattenIng hogs. 8 head cat tle, h6fs4hold and kitchen -furniture, 250 t11141106 COrn, and farmning . iploinento., e 19 on at the suit of H. W. Hikard vs. J . .. 3. Swill, also-sell, dtJIenderson's Island, on sato day, Tuesday, 7th Dec. 1809, about .0 bales cotton in scod, corr; fodder, fain ing tools and household furniture. Lotled on as ti e retY or mary M,'Nothors.at the stilt of r. 9. MeJunkiii. 3 I will also sell at the residence of W. i. uff, *on Wednosdaf, the 8th day of Decoms her, 1869, two mules, 10 head. of cattle, 15 head of hogs, 14 head of sheep, 1 wagon, 1 carriage, blacksmth tools, liousehold and kitchon furniture. Lovied on at the stilt of F. H."-Doinukk, otEat vs. WV. 1I. Hufr....

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. — 24 November 1869

Pbetical Extracts. Ob,'Absatom I ty son I rsy'son I His feeco was white as stow; T a 6 I aw yte run U oV 6 t1 Ing dok And smokod his pipe -of clay, And Rxoue 0oqy &he- bob 111pOUng, Wl iA ouou bod tne a 1When ftoin the bqug4s. aoIny Ant), o, So run, E a , and hurry up Yes, or any othor mun. Of, what are tiho wild waves sayinq? I oried"the lWng nigiht tii'ough, A O6 rip.lie'd.0 the hSigh? little nioro lder too. The hatp of nature's advent strung Is coming throigh the rye; Then Ise ine'quWck and go, iny honey, Said the spidet to the By. 11y:Willie's-on the -dark, blue sea, oWith;iro hundted thousand more, Ahd:niy daiy aro'gliding swiftly by To the old Kentucky shore. th&' Americaft Girl of the Period. VIEWED ROM AN ENGLISiI STAND. .)O,NT. certain London paper is cred ited with a particular and intimato .knovledge of American affairs and American people, and this is' what one of'i,s *titors has to say about the American young lady : This is the country where wo men first a rita...

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. — 1 December 1869

nmV 1 .91 8 al r k... I . I V.Cihttt tDOit)ARs A YEAR,) 'FOR TIE DISSEMINATioN 4NSEI$L iTEL1IfNa LINVAMIABLr IN ADVAOI AN WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1io. 4 T ML ERLfAfL 0 E,VEtRY WED'NESDAY MOiINING, At Newberry 0. He', BY TROS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, Editors and Proprietors. TERM8, 8 PElt ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OIl PROVISIONS. ? t'ontrequitred invariably in advance. iartlag otlcs, Funeral Invitations, Obit itarips, and somputuieations subsorving private joterpSIa,arO charged as advertisementi. J,QHT.F.RS.OF TQIL. n Y1iANOELINKE b. JOHNSON. 0- pale with want and still despair, - Aod faint with hastening others' gain, h'4se finely fibrIed natures bear The double curse'of work and pain; rWlidse days are long with toil unpaid, * And short to meet the orowding wlnt; Vhose nights are short for rest delayed, And long for stealthy fears to haunt To whom my lady, iitringfaint The distance-muflied cry of need, Grants, through sine nlns-dispensing saint, The cup of water, cold indeed, The, hil...

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. — 1 December 1869

a-., $.b93t eruor'e Xgwsgo. We sMake the tollowlng etracts from the Uiovencv's eSienget 'Tu etA'rM b3111. The i*owing statement exhibits the indebted, )ea and the assets of the State October 81st, 186 - Tandr ebt of the State six milIdons one hundred g0d 11y"thrcc thousand three hundMqd and t-edollarsand sacteven Cetf.lo toha ital WroUnt of assets hited by the State onlta iate wastwotilliona lven hundred and fbrty-rour hoNad SIx hundred and sixty dollars; ititerest 101due darlC the it oolye of October 10th Felhlree hunured and elghly-eighit thousana six hundred and ninety-three dollars aud eighty six cents. For a faIl and detailed statement of the financial condition of tbe State. I would M% Nifut et ttererts of the Unp tiey Im11 aamounting In thle :8egate to about 01ix alosone h1undired and aiythivo thou wand the hunred and foity.-nno ollars, The taxable propety, t a ow valuation, willatotot tooehadred mn4s itety millIons of dollors. U11ath6 batt IlsoInyealN at a'smson, too When ou...

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. — 1 December 1869

PILENDIDpt AThe4ns, pleasing and coty 4 ENGRA ever published In Arrl" PRUd as a urn to each sobsoriber. theEterttainng a 3 )ai$iM. Model 3agsleliof Ametell. EST'S ILLUST RATED MONTLY. to aline of Praottcol Utility In tho House a Urror of the Fashions, and a Litorary tvator of Surpassing Interest and Artiste lonce. LIst to the echo, hail the sound, Froip every quarter, 1o! It comes I MaXa2ine of worth [a found xeltink both our tast anti homen. USEFU In Jemorest's Monthly com the Utilities t Fashions in Ladles' and r ren's dress Joel ig tll-slke Fslouable ?ns. colore NStet. Plates, eto,j Uardenlng, seful and ornamental, adapted to Ladlesj 61Cottage with their surroundingsl an o Blatters in all their departments. li NTEltTAINING comprises Original ies said roems by the best authors, Spicy -e Talks to Women by Jennie Juno. Lt ra and At Gossip, etc , and Popular Musio bpy Ahe best composers, Cie., eto. e THE BEAUTIFUL comprises numerous Illus, tions, in the highest style of art, printing...

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. — 1 December 1869

-_-.A Now Anwsthetjo. Last evening, at the monthly meet Ing . 1f Yor ounty M eal , acopt read a very iter e,pbr on' th now anath;tio,, hydrate of obloral. This compound wastfAbidbu"jht.to the attention of inedical men in July of the current yar by the colobratid Dr. Liebreich, of Berlin. It may be app)ied by in jeotipquVer tho skin, ..or taken in teronally, Deing taken into the cireu lati t combines with the -alkali of tho~~ ilIuid generates obloroformn. It4:10ect4are of the sano nature as those produced by. chloroform, and re course to it isj not attended - by the cap ozitomi,unt which precedes and t%tpTotation which follows the use df tho'latter agent. At least such is the experienee of Drs. Liebroich, Richardson and Jacobi, who have ap plied it to several of their patients. Dr. Penj. McCready, however, thought it advisable to use the hydrate with great caution. Chloroform, ho said, had been in use a long tim' before it was discovered that it ruined the blood, and, if taken many 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. — 8 December 1869

TH i.rEL. DOLLAits A YEARA] FOR THIE DISSEAHITION OF USEFUL INTELIAGENCE4 VOL v. WE-,,DNvsD)AY MORNING,) DECEMBER8189 N 48 r am -- - -- --PF II, L IN A L U -B PUBLISTEND EVERY WEDNE$DAY Mof1NING, At Newberry 0. 11., by -THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, EdItors and Proprietors. TEltIS, 83 IE'M ANNUM, IN CUtItENCY Olt PROVISIOR13. Paymoent required Invalriably Iin dirance. Marrilige Notices, Funeral In4itatidns;,bt uarles, and Communications subserving privatt nuteres !re charged as advertlisenunts. L OOK BEVORU-YOU LEAP! Full Lines for the Fall, AND S4TISFACTION IN PRIVES, hvinlg jtt rettrnied fron te11 Nd-ilIbi'i market ivithit a heavy Fall and Wintet Sto'k of Goods, bought with care and att at deellniio, I atim now prepared to sell at LOW FIGURES, In all the following grades. Dress Goodal Of every variety, such as Merinoes, PIlns, Delatee, Mosambiques, Debaize, Bliibk and White Alpaceas, Silks, and a full assornient of Dress Trimmings. CALgOES, WlfTE GOODS,ONABUII(S, 11OM ESP1UNS, IL...

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. — 8 December 1869

NEWBERRY: Wednesday Morning, Dee'. 8, 1889 Great Induoements. To at now subscribers to the lierald, be, tween this titne and the irst of January, we offer the following loading agricultural pa. pers at the low rates named: The Rural Carolinian, published by Walk. er, Evans A 0og4well, Charloston, with tho Newberry 11erald, at $4. The Southern Cultivator and 11erald at $. The Rural American, a large quarto, ilius, trated, and Herald at $3.00. . The American Stock Journal, and the Hlerald at $3 25. Any ofthese first class papers can bo had now di exceedingly low rates by subscribing before January, tit.. Arrangements having been made with the proprietors of the Ladles Friend, a charming montily,and that excellent paper the Satur day ,vping, 1;', .we are able to supply eltht'f those papers to now subscribers to the Herald, at $4.50. - MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS. Fire copie of Newberry Herald and one to getter up of club, together with the Ladies Friend, oiSaturday Evening Post fbr $15.00 Ten c...

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. — 8 December 1869

41 BRANCE'SALE 31. FOOT, rs his entire remaining stock, as enu. ted below T COST,1 Id out by the first of January, tb m for bda new stock. Ills present sists In Ivtrt of V'ry nIico lino of ESSGOODS, and ALM'RALd SKIRTS. :'.'OOTS AND SHOE8, all si.s and qualitics. CLOWT HI N, 0f11 grades and sIze0. mbrellas, Crockory, Lamps, Glass,waro. %loves, Hoslery, .landker chiefs Rlibbons, Buttons, &c. day and 30 hour. Watches and Jewelry, G u-ns &> '.Pistols, POWVDER, SHOT & O4PS, Blankets, Coverlets, &c. Trunks, - Tubs and Buckets. LOCERIES, of all kinds. Sep. 22 37 tr. 7PARMERS ! Increase Your Crops and Improve Your I.tl, by usiig PHENIX GUANO, Importmd by its direct from the I'limnIx Iul and:, South .P1cille Ocean. Wilcox, Gibbs & Co's. MANIPUILATEMI GUAN O. Prepn'red at Naivannah, Ga., and Q,iiares tou , 8 'C:, which lits proved in the soil the best Minure in use. FOR SALE BY WILCOX, GIBBS & CO., Importers and Dealers Ili i An). 61 EAST'lIi.VST., ('IIAlti,FsIroN....

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. — 8 December 1869

To ye Contributors. When writing an petlvle for the press, Whether prose or verse, just try To utter your thotights in the fowest words, And theii let theim be crisp and dry. And 4tel) i sihlthed,h hd. you supposo j 1 oM llyby0 il ea Jf kr It ilgail)h and Ilhen' 4ol it down. For eAl6rio 0ot like to print An article lazily long, Afid Iihe general r6ader does not care For a couple of yards oi song. So gather your wils in the sniallest space If you'd win tho auitors crown, And every time you write, my friend, Holl it down. DRY,GMOODS! lI1 (OO o! At 7holesale. STOLL WIEB11 & CO., 287 & 289 KING-STREET, CRARLESTON, S. 0. A 'how lpning a complete assortant of 9ODS Iv OUR LINE, which we will offer at very low prices. Having purchased our (loods for caslh, it will enable us to sell thein at a much lower figuro than usuta Country Merchants will find It to their advantage to give us a call. STOLL, WEBB & CO., 287 AND 289 KING-STREET, Two Doorb below Wentwori. Of.t. 13 40 . TO RENT...

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. — 15 December 1869

ti 1 ". TiftiE DOLLA-uS A YAR] FOR TIlE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1869. No. 4g HEAL 1% PUIBLISHBD VRY WEDNESDAY MONING, Newberry ). 1.,. ,yTRfO3, I. & R.- E, GREER, Editors and Proprietors. 68 PEIt ANNUM, IN.CURRENCY I ' OR PROVISIONS. Montrequired Invariably In advance. arriago Notices, Funcaral InYitptionp, obit% les and Communications subsorving privato eats, are oharged as advertlsements. MION ICIKER, to opeted and are still receiving their rfhmses made at the North, and of tle fall trade DRY GOODS, Mress r-oods, of various styles and patterns. PRINTS, CALICOES, &C, SHIRTING, G_AA U!, STRIPES, &C. FANCY ARTICLE, &C. Together with a full assortment of 1AT, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES &C. AND GIM00ERIE S, Such as 8IGARIS, COFFEE, TEAS, MOLASSES, F LOUR, BACON, POTATOES, Besides CROCKERY, G'LASSWAR_E, WOODENWARE, STONEWARE, &C. All of whioh aml many other articles too mnmterous to mention, will be...

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 December 1869

m.-NEWBVJERY e~tdnesaday Mloring, D)e'r, 13, 1869 Arrival of a Colony of Swedes. An interesting letter friom the lev. l'. pollest, of Pomallai, tales us to give the followitng 11itm t our readers: rin Ii we lenirn thait ho realichi Potlit fia oil TuIsdlilly Inst %itl it colmny of twenty-rour Swede-8, dirret fione thtir .oi ;Ountry. They are ill gool lilorei, toid embrace (our fimillies nd four single mi), id tuiog leml )r fatinerI wngon IIA rt, carpentis ant bri k-makers. Some A, e0 %ju Me aile to pur-clinse Itild, blet Ohey pt-crut- wol k ig 14 yeatr or two it Fervice bverftle legitilig ill i strange cp.t.ry for thielnuselve-A. They were til selected with deIign telin a colony, - W erluve, a-ent ol hmii.n tion inl Swedic1, and I lo neiipa,ud (14i, .ticim to this plhwe. severul ti1 them lave 41VU1e t mjoltyed by Mr. lilaest, %% ho will -thu 11e Ottbl d i cominet. olr peoile that they canlt ke cotton; fiti thete are 41thers yet to be disposed fif. Mr. Fe.r ttve,t le a I 'er ghes on t...

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 December 1869

CLEARANCE SALE M . F OO T, --Olfers his entire remidling stock, as ei 111.rated below AT COST, To be sold out by the first of Janunary, to le rootm for Il new mock. lis prbellt stock consists inl part of A Yery nico lino of DRESS GOODS, and 1BALMORAL SKIRTS. BOOTS AND S11OES, of ill sizes and qualities. CLOTHING, of all grades and sizes, Hnts, Caps, Umbrellas, Crockery, I-, Lamtps, Glass ware. Gloves, lostery, Ilandker elefs, Ribbons, 1utis,&e. CLOCK8, 8 day and 30 hour. Wtches and Jewelry, Guns & Fistols, PODER, SHOT & C.4PS, Blankets, Coverlets, e Trunks, Tubs and Buckets. QROCERIES, of all kinds. Sep. 22 37 if. Drugs, Medicines, Perfumeries, &c. *he subscriber is just In receipt ol' 11ure DHUGS tnd M EDICI N E.S, Toilet Ar ticles of all kinds such us P1. 1erfumnica, sks Powders, Hair Oils, Pomuatism Comub>s & Brushes, and many other desirable ariclis. Dec. 8 48 tf. DR. T. GOUIN. Medicinal Wines & Liquors. Pure W hile and ited W in(:, jnd lramdy direcr f...

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 December 1869

uicox, November 23.-Aimoig the ptatfmiurdwarded tit the rair to diay, was one to Win. Ka uabe, of flaltiore, who received the firo preliom for the best grand square piano. Alis Ida Feucht Macon, aged 11 years, the first '.11tdr skill na a performer on -rantely, -of- hiacon, pliCotton. Tho Acmeri. can Safety Lamp Conpany, of New York, recei . a-stiodal and diplona for best lain WASdrdo ' Co., of Itichniond, Va., for ita sull-lifter. Tito Hock Islnd 74atifacuring Vompnny, of Charlotte, N. G., a prenium and diploma for the beat woollen goods. A1I.NdTON, November 28.-DI. patches frotn Cespedes to the Now York UutgpaJunta states that the Cubni cap fted a fort at Putrenillo on tho 8t. lie anys that 12,000 mn111 have onlisltd in Cubant ttrmy since the bth of July, nd that there i..4 greater conidtence in the success of the cause. The policy of de8 troying the cano fields will bo continued. Ona hundred and twenty.two iativo (10hi Iere shot recently, by order of VaIiniasedzi. The South C.aro...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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