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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 January 1870

tOTTON FACTO11 A 1 n ,?tsl. 24 4.4.:"3 .. ' soanb manures, a )EAATIA N (Y?Vid0rUJ4D .A1 7 TJNDPiERTI E INOTON. OF DI. N. A. I Super-Phospliaf COni ltly. SOLUIO, PU 1Ol'1IoifOl A , in t splvod Bonkt,osp>hito, ise to .basis of all "t"eatio of ubio Phospt ri Adid wuilh is itntenso deposits of Pho0pbatio Gi h'ioltn y N, PrAtt, consists minly.of Intsi naaloa t g$aPe'tilizer by ."bing, ground to u h co ilditin as to hinko its Inlsolublo I '0n lo of .being takon, ttp by growving plants. S Fortil zor is of io nor value to the I greater. the proportion of this Solu4o Phospi the quantity required per acro, and conseq taining the highest per contago of Soluble : Imptessod with these truths, the Sulphuric orected at Charleston the first extensivo Acid to offer to plaiters the highest per centago of marlet.. . 'Their- Ferlilizers are offered under two 1. 1F:'IWAN, No. 1.-Puro Soluble Phos )lssglyed 1lono:'hosphttto of Line, .t30 per t 2. 1FCIWAN. No. 2.-Peruvian Super-1 of"issolved Bon P'ltos...

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. — 26 January 1870

Lsoisi,ATuiin,-IhI)'ed StatevS 0. ress and tho eouth Jata0 ttitLe anturo h"'f ; lia aunled'th eir ' 'jlZtiiigt t o t a 'Ohlsttnas * 1ti ebr9ej and nlin; d ;ltuo s " ' pe o"they e iJorp -p ' 6th *oH ii e Otaio ()W (V gaq l+ W - tril - af ts ehy.4nf oyye - c os 'Ot d1Qrh3: than .avd,igeks,fo ev.'ydity..of-,""hiohi they.are. jo;rd) o 4vi'b. The uncotisciablo do g, And'o of thoGotigreat of the United States.'"Afte:having ,boen in sessiota some eighteen or ninete.ti days, they io)@Qt twIt . ,tlie: 22d. :1)ecenber,a nd roillik$6op the ">eoples' until Monday last,:thd 10th..lnt. Alost three weeks -,holda with the whole business of the -litlon" watitihg) and 'lahgnishing I Inf(lou.s i Aboinintable I Vhttbethi' oitsas of people, except Oongressinen and Members of State Leg. LsIatures ever have two or three weeks S ofitlida y? Not even children and frecdi Itn I'' Do 'ierehantN., manufactu. rurs, artizat,s; tilech anles, elerks,or print ere, over dream of taking more than one % a t Christma...

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. — 2 February 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1.870. No. 5. TiE EE9ALD s;$>Y tr uNA~ DJA r.X lII\ it Newberry 0. II., Tos. F. & IR H, Grollkop, 4 tors and ProprtotorS. nfvarably in Advan-,. mThe aper sto toped at the expirntion of ttq~,>Q o tIphts pard Q 'heo t4mark denotes expiration of sub '[r Oreign Correspondence.] iQnmark and its Capital. ,The history'of Denmark is too 1IAn Iiar to us all to riuirt ht I should enter , into,, a discussion thoroon. - We Ihow _by heart all %4 historical" oyon'ts connected \vLtb King Knud and his invasion Of- England-with the reign of Yebn Marguerotto when Don 14rY, Norway and Sweden were Up;tod under one sceptre-with hor rdiflculties with England in the prosperous days-of the latter's r'imousiNelson-and luet-and very 69ntly, - with hQr wars against ? ruesIa and Austria in reference t4;th?rkghs. and. possession, of 1loswig. Thoso. are ill notorious o.o to be fotnd in history, and laro ct soqueiltly'not looked for in can evanescent production of...

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. — 2 February 1870

edgesday, Fobruary 1870 On our outside will be found a very tetesting :tter from a young Is lend *b1 the conthlent of'Fftoe. 'hls ttr will bp followed by others, as he ligna visiting several localities during eyar, and will give the readers of the 41lj4 the b uneilt of his obsesatlons. -)n.-nextMunday. sale day, there will, a lnrgq, nlvtllher of persons in town. o will be glad to have those who are tbld nll and settle, those whose eriptions have just expired come up Sene ',and those who have not yet seribtet, to t'eluy no trger, but come sand take' our plaper. Com one, coie Enlarged Paper. re-present our paper at length in its rged form. The time iixed for th lis the first of January, the .commence t of the voltunw, bit the best laid a snmretimsti are tpt . as was the with ours. The diflcultie overcome art however, we have:thlepleasure of rig the Herald in its improved and "ed form to its n'any renders, nid with a steady and lerrsitent effort ep on iiproving in the future. It eur pu...

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. — 2 February 1870

1 '. Bank of Newberry S. C. Janutar 12, 180P. Iplders of the Notes ot' Bills of this ank, are requested to' ptrsent tl1om for ymtent at an early day. YI. D. BOYD, President. :Jan 2 1 4t1 Mules, Mules. "We will be at Newberry C. I., saleday ! February, with a choice lot of broke and nbroke mules, also n fu+a One horses. CANE & LYLE,-of Tenn, Jan 26 4 2t Town Lot for Sale. The undersigned offers for. private sale n very reasonable ternis,. the House amt Lot where h : resides." The Lot contains a sore, and is very vnbiable. WILLIAM B.ROWNE, M. D. Jan 19 3 8t. PRIME CORN. ONE thousand bushela. PRIME ORN, for sale by II. 0. WISKEMAN. Jan 20, 4- tf. IRON and.STEEL At reduced prices. 10,000 lbs. genuine Swedes Plow Iron, as. $orted, from 3 to 8 iches. ,r 15,000 lbs. "Jenks" English Plow Steel, as sorted, from 5 to 12 Inches. The above of warranted quality, for sale low for CASH ONLY at . S. P. BOOZER & CO'S. Jan. 20, 4-8t. 'Prime Eastern Hay F or sale by H. C. WISKEMAN. & Jan. ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 February 1870

Tuu ti osrti! 7ni .ri res Tu arili ()l.t OVTj1Ii l1o'1STIIK 31{.'Tw Arr 1A Wowero .prosent,' a few di. lr whe tn ome returtied um . rna were landing on the levee 'otn the 1l1-nduras steamer.- Ther'o they wereo,nten, women avid children, pale, poverty stricken and enniatcd. 'A -yoar ago , hatt oparted from their old boif 1A new ilftd of' p'rbtniso i Central Americn ; but instead of a reali zat ion of their hit h dreans of prosperity, their Strength was wasted by fevers and sInin'latia tilinunts, and their substance wtnsi etroyde. They now return with a higher nppreciation of their native land thnn they ever had before, and a doterlination to stibmit to all kinds of po!itic:l tt il, rtior :than exile then Relves ngain. IM I 4 '1 i FAi :RS And all Peoplo living III the Country. GI:I:AT DISi'HIlIU ('(ON.(fl BE WINO MACHINE8,CLOCKS,WATCIES,&o ''he great New York Agricnltural, Ilortl, cultural. and general Family l'nper, tl.o Ru JtAl Au8IltICAN, is FRitE.: to January texti No oiher pa...

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. — 9 February 1870

i"01.~YY I ~ ,7i~..Im _______________ MORNIN, FE13RIUARY" 9, 187~O.No(. THE HERALD . IS PUBLIBIISD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Npwberry u. IH., By Thos F, & R. H. Groneker, Editors and Propriotors. .pInvariably in Advance. tio af it stoed at the expiraUe of The M aark denoess expiratIn of sub 'Acts Passed by the Legisla. ture of South Carolina. -AN ACT TO PREVENT AND PUNISH BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION. . SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa tivos of the State of South Caro -lina, now met and 1itting in Gen oral Assembly, and by the author. ity of the samo: Whoover corrupt ly gives, ofFers, or promisus to any 'executive, legislativo or judicial offlcor, after his election or ap .,ointnent, either beforo or after ho."is qualified, or has taken his seat, any gift or gratuity whatov !or, 'with intent to influenco his 'act, vote, opinion, decision or iudgment on any matter, question, 'cause- or procoodinlg which may -be then pending, or may be pend ing, or may by...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 February 1870

,etnosday, February 9, 18YO, The State Agricultural Society. The Preniun list arranged by the Fxeutive Comnnittee of this Society at 118 lato m'eeting in Culutnbia, is publish. ed.and is very conprehensive,and as per fe4t as It can be. The premiums amount in the aggregato to $7000. We are p'lesed that the Society is doing so weill and that the prospect is so flattering for the next annual meeting. .J. Wright, dett cojorcd Selor.JgQ!u. Barnwell, Mtid just elected to the Supryne Bench, raduat4cl at'a Cullego in Nev York, and )yp# admitted to tho liar in Pennsylvania. It is said that Daddy Cain fairly plastered hitm with praise while advocating his nerits as tore- fitting for tho position t)ian WVhipper, s) much so that he fairly blushed a beautiful dark red, and per aontra that Elliott lubbdcd'over Whip. 06r In his advoctcy of the latter. The jkdicals are surely iatsiafled with that days; wot k, asd Chief Justice Moses finust feel complimented, for it is said by hiA admirers that Wrig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 February 1870

GREAT BA AIN A au4 fow offering our entire stock of WINTER CLOTH/NC, &C., at greatly redlnced prices, and will continuo to do so until our SPItING STOCK comes in. Many articles will be sold at COST or LESS. All who have the CASII may make asafe and saving investment of their money. WIUIGIIT & COPPOCK. The largest lot of HATS AND CAPS ever brought to Newberry ; embracing all the moat desirable now Styles, (of which there are many). Call at WIRIGIIT & COPPOCK'S. Bootsjgid Shies. Fine Calf hand od ; fe6ote, bbao i',l te Seal Skin'' 1,4' II ' Kip hnaid P 'd " a ' 6 . Reavy 1)ithealla " 44i .i lgest D'bg Sole egantf " Kin Pegged furb" et. Calat l 11' i CO 4 Oct 0 3) tr. 4. SENTIMENT A L For the rich and the poor, For the old and the young, For the white and the black. For those that are pretty, and For those that are ugly. For one and for all. Come my friends and buy a VALENTINE, at 1 iRt IARIIALL' Feb. 9, ti-It. NOTICE. I will apply to John T. Peterson, Jalilge of Probate, f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 February 1870

f1'E AG WE LIVE IN. .OY LARRY O IANNKOAN. gfdd: old tines, when the world went l tone to return no more, d we're borne along by the careless flow f san ge of rush and roar; age of rush and roar, ty boy, b-elatter and bang and dash, at $IIpd at last; I greatly fear, Tt eiAherso gone to etuash. me d sb s asi le his useless glass, As tjp ow '0r thi' present hour, od h 11( fats an engine and rushes past With a 1nbty resistless power ; iflra ii f reistless power, miy boy, TtA'61ri us all away ; lIe W'orld goes nad as we dash along iti breathless speed to-day. to honor. that once to the world wds dtar, 's'o sto* for this age of steam, M u,1 n's it is left so far in the tear, Lk? s.ecarce remembered drenm; ked earce remembered dream, my boy, And virtue fell by the way, nd e all we possessed in he olden time, But our follies remain to day. me travelled afoot in our boyhood days Th 'ere boys to be met with then, ut lhey'1e hurriedl now from their nursery plays. At once to the rank of ment, 1...

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. — 16 February 1870

- - WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1870. No. 7. t1'nA m T nn" -- 4 THE HERALD IS PUDLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY X. tNINO, At Newberry V. H., 13y Thos. F. & R. H.Gronekop, Editors and Proprietors. S,affs, Sc PA e1MO', Invariably in Advance. 3 fhe paper i seto at the expiration of time for wIhle1Ia t Is pai .~ The k mark denotes expiration of sub THE YEARS GO BY. A child sleeps undor a rose bush fair; The buds swell out In the soft May air; Sweotly it rests, and on dream wing files To play with the nngels in Paradise. And the years go by. A maiden etands by the rose bush fair ; The dewy blossoms perfume the air; She presses her hand to her throbbing breast, With love's first wonderful rapture blest. And the years go by. Another kneels by the rose bush fair ; soft sigh the leaves in tihe evening air; Borrowing thoughts of the past arise, And tears of anguish bedim her eyes. And the years go by. Naked and lone stands the rose bush fair; Whirled are its leaves in the autumn air; Withered...

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. — 16 February 1870

y1 __ _.__ a W. zos4y; Fobruay 16,.18101 . at Middle Party a Delusion. There are those who profess to see a growing regard for truth and fair deal ini nii d the radical.press, but it is on ly a faint glimmer as yet, the end is fat off. .The spoils are too great and too rich for them to yield one jot or tittle; nor can we look' for truth where ne truth exists. On this faint glimmer it is thought to build a hope and to work a cliij;o in the opposition, by a change of party name. But it .is a delusion, "the baseless fabric of a dream," and can rqult in no possible good. No mid diq.course, no now party name, we think advisable or admissablo in the present crisis. Let the dead past be dead, will d1o ,n a measure, for to fight sonic of the dead issues can efiect nothing ; but we we cannot give up the sentiment, nor eschew the good old Democratic banner under which the South is gathered. We cannot afford to give it up, and must fight the issue boldly and defiantly, squ) rely standing to th...

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. — 16 February 1870

50,BBL* FLOUR. WE have this day rqcelted 50 BblR. FLOUR, Which we will sell for the low price of $7.00 per Barrel. Also a nice selection of PLANTlNG AND EATING POTATOES. LOVELACE & WHEELER. yeb. 10, 7-tf. COTTON FOOD. The following circular from General M. 0. Butler, spenks for one of the most relia. ble manures"of'ered to the public: EnoxFivC.D, S. C., January 27, 1870. Maj. J. A. At;ausr, Columbia, S. 0. D4u Sia:-1 have received your letter . maliing enquiry of my experience with the "Cotton Food" (Fertilizer), manufactured by the Maryland Fertilizing Co., L. Langston, 1'res't. I used three tons last year, apply ing.200 pounds per acre. By the side of it I applied 20 pounds Peruvian Guano, with the same culture, seasons, &c.. and the cot tot :nanured with the "Cotton Food" grew off more promptly and vigorously, anti whilst I made no actual comparison of the results I amn sure the preference was in fg. Vor of the "Cotton Food." So much am I impressed with this belief that I...

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. — 16 February 1870

1Y VALENTINE. BY MINNIE LEK. Why; this Is St. Valentio's day, I declare! Jencit do 1.urry and brush out my hair; The pqgipan will be here in a minute, I Aqw, And you -are this morning provokingly plow ! 1ere, help mne to asten this troublesome cuff, And scotif my belt isljust light enough To make me look slender, and graceful and round - There? I am so nervous I start at each souud! label was dressed a full hour-ago, And now one little second as sixty is slow ! Pin on my coliar, my cir-rings make fast Now, thank the Fates, I am ready at last ! Good-morning, dear Mabel! I ktew you would be EDown here In the, parlor awaiting for me. Did you think that this was St. Valentine's day? Who knows what some poor, bashful lover may say ? For you know it is fabled that in days of old Full Many a lover his story told By a pictured heart all bleeding and torn, And Cupid's arrow the weapon worn In the faithful breast, so long concealed, Which tho best loved one a one can heal. But, hark I that is...

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. — 23 February 1870

WEDNSDA MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1870. N.8 VofI Jin . n v .... W E D N ESD A Y TI4IERALD IS PUJLISIIED FYBRYEy WENESDAY MORiNING, At NeWborry C. 11., B~y 'Plosr F. & IB. H. Uronokor, Editors anTI Proprietors. Invarldbly in Advance. x'i v yier is setoped at the expiration of 'The p mark denotes expiration of sub. r ttou. 'Return of the Mria1 Voyager --Miraculous Escape. T'ho Augusta Constitutionalist -ihiblishos the following thrilling .account of the -ADrial voyago of Prof. King, who made a successful ascension from that city on the :9th MESSRs. EDIrTos: At fifteon -minites past 4, the preparations 'being all completo, the balloon was allowed to swing by a single Topo, the ballast was adjusted, and 'rising clear above the reach of tthose below, the cable was loosed :and the voyage began. The wind swas high, and I. moved off rapidly, un a North-casterly direction. I know by the shouts of the people, which were given with a will, that my balloon ascension thus .far had proved satisfa...

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. — 23 February 1870

Wdn33dy, Fobr ia y 28, i870O, Tho South Carolna R. B. Co. In another colitiun wit be found an ar tielo cotied from the Ch'irleston Courier, throwing light on a mtitter of interest. Ica, Cheap to. We exp"-ct to keep cool the coming antnmur, and at a very small cost in 'tioney. for we learn that Mr. John See. gers of Coininbia, is getting out a tna chine for the manufacture of this indis. ponsible luxury ; a machine of cnpacity aufilient to turn out 1,000 lbs. per hour. John Seegers is a public benefactor, nod a man of intlnite parts, an'1 his lager can't be best(, neither. What Elso G.w. Blullock oilers th"ee crewards of $1,000 each, for the capture of white men who htnve killeai negroes, and1 two rowr..ds of $250 and $100 for negrnes who have killed white men. Inference that it is live times ea:tier to catci a nc gro criminal, surronnded by protection of the Loyal League, thn a white man with no protection of the sort I Due West Fo:nalo Collcg3. 1'he next session of this very popula...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 23 February 1870

''f; I A PRPUTPA TIOA Yhi KosKOO Ias attained In all parts c the country ASA GREAT AND GOOD MEDICINE And the Large Number of Testimonials which nre constantly being received froti Physicians, and persons who have na: . cUnsn by its use, is CONC.UsiVa Prtoor of it REMaBKAUDI.x VALUK. AS A BLOOD PURIFIEIt, IT HAS NO EQUAL, DINO roarriVELy I'he Most Powerful 'eget:lblo AlIeratir YET DISCOVERED. DISEASES OF TIE BLOOD. "The life of the flesh is in the Blood," is m Scriptural maxim that science proves to 'be true. The peop'e talk or bad blood, as 'the cause of many diseases, And like many popular opinlons this of bud blood Is founded 'In truth. The symptoms of bad blood are usually -quite pl d-bad Digestion-causes imper. feet nutrition, and consequently the ciren. lation is feeble, the soft tissues lose their .tone and elasticity, an(d the tongue becomes ipale, broad, and freq'lently covered with a Ipety, white coat.. This condition soon shows itself in roughness of tie skin, then tin ERU...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 23 February 1870

A Gem For Every Month. A Morro FOR EvEnr Sros. MY MIlW. JULIA M IIAUERMANN. JANUARY. By he-r who in tit month is born No gem save Garnets should be worn: They will insure her constancy, True friendship and fidelity. FElBRUARIY. The February-born will find Sincerity and peace of mind, Freedom from passion and from care, If they the Am,atlyst will wear. MARCII. Who on this world of ours their eyes In March first open, shall be wlse, In days o' peril firm and.brave, And wear a Bloodstone to their grave. o APRIL. She who from A p'il dates her years -llaonds should wear, lest bitter tears For vain repentance flow; this stone Inblen of innocence Is known. hMAY. Who first beholds the light of day In Spring's sweet flovery monith of May. And wears an Emterald all her life, Shall be a loved aid happy wil'. JUME. Vwho comes with Sumter to this earth, And owes to .iJuue her day of birth, With ring of Agate on her hand. 0,an health, wealth, and long life commandi. JULY. The glowing Rluby should...

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. — 2 March 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORWING, MARCH 2, 187'. No. 9. THE HERALD 1$ PUDLI$IRta !VE!!Y WPDNESDAY.MOUNUgO, At Nowberty 0.. U., 3y Thos, P. & R. H. GronokoP, Editors and Proprietors. Invariably in Advance. &-for whi bt a istpe at the expiration of The 1 mark denotes expiration of sub tion. [For the Herald.] To Florida and Back. MssSno. EDITOinS :-The writer 'bas not claimed any place in your coluluns for the space of a lustrum, to use An Anglicised hatin term, ad -s.bnits the following notes +of travel to your good pleasure to accept or reject as soentoth good onto you. The starting point was a plantation or homestead on Sa. luda, the temporary homo of the Witer. The party was composed -of six persons, five of the gentler 'lot from the ages of seven to thir ty-five, and the writer who acted us escort. The modo of convey ance for the first thirty miles of the journey was novel but judi cious, considering the state of the roads. It was an army wagon, a Vrolic of the Confederacy, draw...

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. — 2 March 1870

? todnay, .1irh 9, '18YO. . r. E. AMontague Grinke, Secrotary of ChartRton Free Schoola, will accept out thnalke'f,4 a copy of the Annual Iteport or the 'rard of Commissionera, N.r the o'e ren,dtng"Sopt. 80, 1809, , ooket Knives, . -Mr. Dhworls still after the Hump, and his inveotiantions show that in the short space or six months, from October to April, 1868, no less than three hundred utd sixty pocket knives, costing eight liidired and sixty-two dollars, were laid for oit of the public treasury for the, use of the Congrossignal members. C olsrsl Voters of the United Statos. The number of colored voters in the Utited States is estimated at 850,000. Of those 790.000 dwell in the sixteen l:to slavuhohlin' S.ntea, 7500 In the six New Ingland States, 41,000 in the five rnontral States of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, and A300 Iin the remaining ten Wes'.ern States. Bravo and True. We commend the following fromi the RchImond Inqniror and Exaniner: "We are afraid t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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