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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 March 1870

Attend to Your thildrea's Teeth We are so often called on to extract the first Molars or Jaw Teeth for children, and to reggiato or strengthen the front teeth, whlh becomo crooku l front neglect, that we think it ad yisable to enll the attention of parents to the subject; so that the back teeth may be filled and the front teeth noticed whilst children are cutting their second sot, so as to prevent their coming irregular. Ohildren sited, or lose but ten teeth from the upper jaw, and ten from the lower jaw, and the Molars, or jaw teeth, which they cut BACK of these belong to their adult or grown set. Many persons say they were inot aware of this faet. Now notice and act accordingly. Charges very moderate. Terms Cash. It. H. WHlALEY, Mar. 2, 9-tf Surgeon Dentist. CUSHINGS & BAILEY, looksellers and Stationers, 202 13ultinoro Street, BALTIMORE, MD. TIS Largest, best nssorted Stock in the " city, of cho' 1, Law, Dental, Medical, Clas sical and Miscellaneous Books. - GINERAL LANK AND C...

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. — 2 March 1870

Our it*rlin g wa te Etiid ,fir sho.'.r Aud.aNggling bunleiaf uParlyr;ps, AAl tIefirat riulutA oped thilr-Aantug 'S govet our e wi.)f-lvmed thing. . ftir, ? awool astiey, Ast frAil, Alasi ao thlep. With (ctrs and hanplp laugLtw- blunt, Wh1ile Spring sun tiltung, the F'p ringv !.il" We.tto1h the gift the det Lord seet And d;lred to c.li tilt child our owl); "(,ur (mu," Il' eWhi.lpluredtl ion - A i i, riil. w e c.ti! her w. And t,ie Gulti'. Ca atx tiw' violev bac. LJ,lli,ti ,i Ott.- L'tw.t"':l Apri; wail: Tlei ll .'1114: 1..I jZ ; .41I11lt ' tti. The dt'l Lott' e.l' l-1:4! fte eliikl ag tir. lhe 11 !li oMP, ',on itt t . A it b t. i vi. cali:d Lur oi. T m h L.'l . 4 1 ,l',utn iu' .et'. The' :te-ti.,. it'W i"i"., of 'Sisov Weerpinl , N r u l o . t't .i i- dead! The I =iuf" at:t '.i ipute'i :l "Li t! '\ ., , 4. tit ,iat -- I 'ii AI . 1. ' till:" l, ,.141/1+"t: 4 'T.:l'..e ea 1; lau . Ad ,.u t r . . ;, 4 :i ilt i . W. t tll. ,1 ' . . ..- .t '', . '. i " - W hei.t} u.Z .1 I.u t;..: it tl. :...

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 March 1870

VoL. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1870. No. 10. THE HERAL EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNIXG, At Newberry 0. H., By Thos, F. & R. H. Grnekor, Editors andProprietorr. V5aN5, # P,@ .,iWser. aInvariably is Advance. S e Awr t pe at the eapiastios of 'rThe A mark denotes axpiratio o sub seon. BY AND BY. By and by I We say it sonly, . Thinking of a tender hope, Stirring always in our bosoms, Where so many longings grope. By and oy I Oh, love shall greet us In a tine that ip to come, And the fears that now defeat us, Then shall be all stricken dumb. -Dy and by I The mournful sorrows Olouding o'er our sky to-day, Shall be gone in glad to-morrows -Shall be banished quite away. By and by I We say it gently, Looking on our silent dead, And we do not think of earth-life, But of Heaven's sweet life instead. By and by I We look in yearning Toward the harbor of the blest, And we see the beacons burning In the ports of perfect rest. By and by I Our ships shall anchor, If the tide and wind run fair, Som...

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. — 9 March 1870

Report of the Comtmt'oes on Invoetigatons in t3 Third Ca.gtosor al Dietrioe - . The llnjrity reiuo t, covering twenty. Apvo pil)1vd puges, signed by "Joseph Sr.ws, . Chairmnn," charges thu Doum rodi>tiu . party-,. through tho' ttldium Rtu,t inei tsIked of my thical Ku Klux, wiatr. innumerablu crimes, n'nd makes the diieet eauargu that "I). Vyatt Aiken is rusponsilblu:for all the mnurdurr coin. titted In Abbeville County immddiately bs-o are SNl ftt thu late general elections." 'th-ainprlty report, signed by "Javan ltyant." is as follows: ,.The undersigned, member of the com uittee appointed "to thoroughly Investi gate the disordered state of aifiirs in the Third f:ongressional Distriel, and the causes of the intimidation, outrages and inurders perpetrated preceeding and at the late general election, whereby it is stated that a fair and 'unbiased expres. slon of the people's choice could not, and was not given ; and of the exitnee of organizations inimical to tho' pence and 1 oil ...

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. — 9 March 1870

R''ST: troxartQo ot; s o i IN CIAItLISTON, S. 0., Corr e kliby "t A9..KAU1iMAN, 8ro. STATIC SOUmRaTaTs-SoUth Carolina, old, 84i 86; do new, -a 78; do, regist'd stock, e0 fat a 79 CITY SEcunvTltis-Au usta. Ga. Dords -a ,4; ('h leston S. C., 8tpe 't qr fit - a . do, fL n londls, --a.j6; Colomiriis, 8. V., Don s, -' 70. BALROAD 11oNDS-IllUO Iidge, first mortgage, 60a-; Charleston and Savanua,60a. Car lotte Columbia and Augus--. a :heraw d alington, a 80; Ureey 0 s ttt., 76a--; do,'Stato gusrantee 94 -I t oetera;86 a -; BaVabbhlIstad CIAieiteh, 1st mort., - a 80; do, State guarantee, 84s -j 'onth Carolistj - a 88; do, 76; spart8ubarg an Uniou, -SC . p-tiblgsi UtALnoski 3 T A-.OtinrlottO, Colnbia lihd Augusta, - a 08; (.reenville and Columbia 2u ortheastert, 7 a 8; Savannah and Chiarfc too, - a 26; South Carolina, wholerhare., -a Sdrr do,-haltehar'es, - a 22. Exonann, &o-Now York $ight, , off.par; Qol,"rl0 6'a114; Slvet110A 112. ' 4OUtu bAROLINA DANK hILLS. *Bank of Charleston..........

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. — 9 March 1870

IMMORTELLES. V fadeless,'ehangeless amarantliine blos. t som l Your strange, fair forms are charming to my eyes. They make me dream of deathless eyes and bosoms Whose lovehight lauts--whoe feeling nov ef dice. t'boy make me hope that some things we may cherish. Though 'auch of seeming brightness molts away; That not all glorious hopes are doomed to perish, Though earth is earthly, and her charms decay. I know that deep within my soul is nour. shed, Though years have fled, the golden dreams of youth; I know amid the weeds one flower has . flourished The sweet and fair forget-me-not of ,TruO, / know the same Impulses stir and guide ,.! me, Though Iron chains may drag my feet astray ; Though ghosts of wrong and sit may walk beside me, Ky soul, aspiring, seeks the better way. til, still I cling to Nature's heaven-sent beauty, Though weak with toil I sometimes may forget ; Still, still I striv., to keep the light of duty . Flanting aftar o'er reefs of dark regret. Like you, fair blossoms...

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 March 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1870. No. 11. THE HERALD 15 PUBLSUBEP , VERt WONESDAY MORNING, At Newberry U. II., 1y. Phos. . & 1. H. GronokoP, Editors and Proprietors. Invariably In Advanco. f tNper y o tstopped at the expiration of 0 'The M imark denotes expiration of sub Aor tion. Continued. [For the IHerald.] To Florida and Back. Savannah is not only the most beautiful city North or South but it is progressing in commercial im portanco. It scoms not only to rival Charleston but even to ox coed it in commercial activity. It is evidently a rising place. Bay Street is a very bustling, stirring sconO with its many drays hurry ing back and forth. It is a pecu liar looking street, being built up only on one side, whilst between it and the river there are walled up declivities, with stairways of heavy masonry and paved en trances for drays to have access to the dark sub'terranean looking warehouses under the bluff, which look like the gloomy state prisons of Venico, whilst t...

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 March 1870

Wodnesday, March 16, 18'0. The Deolino in Gold, The decline in gold is sail to be hav lng an i_ffct on all articles used in the Northern cities to a much greater de gree than here In the South as yet. if it ContinU 5, every thing will tu mide down to ntu bellum n pt Ices, ilnd pethaIps the good time-linncially-so long looked for will come. But we hardly look (or any good time yet-~nor for some yeais, nor can we believe that this tumlble is ito c,thnit one of the lncturations conmtton to trale. Experienced ilnanciern, think that a reaction will take place, when it will agnin gn tip. To come now to a ,Ile Cie basis would we thilnk prove disas. trous, nit only to the coiimercial but nil Interests; the country is not yet preptared for it. Thie best view we have seen on (his subject we find in the Ccourier, witten by its (innnciail cditor. The n lo of the Secretary of the Treasury is to biing Ithe country back to (lie gohl stantdaid, but lie thinks Ihere is d:mger in the process. We appe...

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 March 1870

Newberry Prices Current. AI'LE8-Green, per bushel..... ....1 75 .2 00 lay, por buell..........1 5. al 76 IAC(IN(-Uunny-per yard.......... a 27 1JAILE 1tOPE-l~Itmp, per lb. ..... a Man In, per lb ......... . n. 25 IIACON-llams. Ier lb.................. a 22 Shouttie per lb..........., a 10 Sides, perb. ................ 17 a 18 1It14IL -iTer lI .. ................... 8 a 12j litl't'i-('ountry, per lb........... a 81 (ll h;lSl;- 1". )..................... a 26 CllIC1(NS-prli hend............. r, a 8) CA i41(I- .er yartl.......... ......... 121a 16 (l'l'RIiAS-jper lb................. 8 a l0 COHN, er t.ushel............ . al 60 COR ' M CA 1,. per bushel............ a 00 OAN1)DLEW-'Tullow-per lb.......... a Adunanitine, per lb..... 20 a 22 COF Ei-Ilo, per lb............. 25 a 80 Languyra, ner l.......... a 40 JInvn, per 1b ...............-. 0 .b .. ... a 40 ( (YVFON YA RN. per bunch.......... a2 26 D IESTI US -4-4 per yuid.......... 15 at 10 7-8 13a 14 8-4 " .... 12a 18 S. per ..............

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 March 1870

Josh Billings in tho Editor's ,.Ch air. I, 1is ANSWERSlt To COltRESPONDENTS. J rotI--Yow aint obliged to ask girl's mother if you may go homo with her from a panrty ; got 0ho girl'ts en(dorsement and go in; it'Is roji)r enough to ask her to t.ako-your armn, but you havo no right to put your arm arounl her WIaist, Itnless you imoeet i bear on the roadl, and then you are sap JOSld to reiii(Iill 13nqu your1 hold is noon is the bcar gets safely by. Whip-You aro right--mUles do live to a lonely ago ; I have known them mlyseltf to live one hlunrdrod years and not half try. You are also right about, their bo ing 'aure-footed ; I havo inown thom to kick a boy twice in a see C.ad, ilc feet ofl. Go.irtrud--Youri' inquiry stumps me. h'eh mor.1e think about, it the moro I can't tell. As near as I can recollect now, 1 think I don't ,kgow. Much m igh t be said both ways; neither may be right. Up on the whole, .1 think that I would or wouldn't, just as1 I think best or othorwiso. Plut arch-You're ...

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 March 1870

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 23 1870. nd for t10o1)OiIoo'b8aSoci sFc B ?ek tzfuthe ineI~ . 10- T. f!,~*-JL..*,,.-.* TH EHE RA .C IS IUJLIaUBD BEVRY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos: F. & R. H. Grenoker, Editors and Proprietors. ' Invdriobly In Advance. h f pr s Uspto po d at the expiration o 0 The H mark denotes expiration of sub Concluded. [For the Herald.] To Florida and Back. Jacksonville is a larger and handsomer place than the writer had supposed it to be. It is a sandy soil and the sand is doep, but it is not such an inconven. nec as one would suppose. The streets are all shaded with live oaks like those of Savannah, which, with their drapery of hanging moss, are the most picturesque of troos. They constitute the principal beauty of Jacksonville. I had been told that it was about the aize of Newberry, but it is three times as large at least, and has ;about eight thousand inhabitants. 'There is a great deal of business idone there, but I think it is over done and p...

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 March 1870

-jR.8, THEBE, EVEIYWIIERI . Jngo T. N. Dawkins died In Union, at i l o'elock, last Siturday night, The reported death ofJames Robinson, the birte-bakk rider is denied, Three mllions of silvar is coming.from Canada for New York banks. Queen Victoria is fond of pop.corn. Interesting. There is 4 krops that nover phales F<lees:, 1lyse, Wild Oats and babies. .-The wheat fiebis in the vicinity of "Colubiluia City, Indianna, are said to be in "a sot ry plight." One saloon keeper in Chicago paid out $500 In silver last Saturday, as change, to his customers. The American women in Rome pro pose to give a masquerado ball for the benefit of the poor of thatt city. Oletnsbejoy ful is the name of nn In. dian editor of the Port llope British Canadian. The Democracy have carried the city of Burlington for the first time in the history of the State. Cologne Cathedinl, which has been building for some (100 or 800 years, will be finished in 1875. American newspapers have now a much larger circulati...

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. — 23 March 1870

SPRING GOODS, AS it is customary, at the change of ecei Season, for meni In a imercantile, or othet business, to inform their friends and patrons and the public generally, as to what they are doing, and as a great ado is being made over The Great Dry Goods War Bletween the two merchant princes of thil Vontinent, Messrs. I[. B. Olalitt & Co., and A. T. Stewart of New York, we deem it important to Pay soncthing just now, asone of the undersigned happened to be in New York during the important contest, buyinj goods for our Spring trade, and knows full well the extent of the dan ge on both sies. We are pleased to inform our friends that there was no loss on our side, and that we are all alive, and will be able to SELL GOODS Of the same class .AS LOW as any house this side of New York. We hope the Public will not be Deceived By those flaming advertisements, for they may rest assured that every man in the trade must, or at least hopes to make a liv ing, and this is all we 'sk or.expec...

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. — 23 March 1870

THERE IS NO DEATH. DY alit IIt LwHR LYTTON. 4 rl no death I The stam go down * T upon soine fairer shore ; right, in Ieaven's jewelled crown ere shine for evermore. Tro s no death! The dust we tread .Shjaill change beneath the sittuer show '1d golden grain or nellow fruit, 'Or talln-bow tinted flowers. Tihe graitle rocks disorganize To feed tho imngry plantts they bear The f'orest lea ves drink daily life From out the voieelesss air. There Is no death I The leaves may fall, The leaves may finie and pass away ; They only wait through wintry hours The conming of the May. There is no deatlh I An angel forum Walks o'er tihe earth in "ilent treal; 11e bears uur best loved tiigs away, And then we call them 'ieatd.' lie leaves out hearts all desolate, lielpless our fatirest, sweetest flowers; Transplanleal into bliss, they now 'Adori immortal bowers. The bird like voice, i hose joyous tones Matle gl.il these scenes of sim agind strife, Sings now an everlasting song Amid the tree of-life. 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. — 30 March 1870

V o L I'.: 1 VT., Vol. Ni. WEDNESDAY MIORNING-, MARICH 30, 18170.No13 is but a tomporary nlood-my al- ( terof n. Inrim~f a~;. , ., _ FER'ID Di'AsYf bd At Newberry 0. 9., By '1'l%o & R. H. Qenekei?,i > itors aid Peoprietor. Invariably in Adianoe. n fo bob ie a d t tho expiration of et 4 mark denotes expiration of sub, THE DIAMOND RING. BY SI1aLEY BROWNE. Lilke a drop of dew i spafkled on Coia Vane's slondor forofinger, *catching the slanting reflection of the afternoon hunshino, as if every sunbeam loved to linger within the chrystal-heartod jewel as the young girl sat there, her fair heod drooping like a lily bell,' and the lashes hanging low over her flushed cheeks. Cora Vane was very pretty, with a delicate re,tiring lovoliness. that .you needed to study before you could fairly appreciate it. Her hair was brown and lustrous, like the shining husk of an October chestnut, and the deep hazel eyes that exactly matched them in col or, woro almond-shaped, and full of limpid, chan...

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. — 30 March 1870

Wednoad1y, March O, 18'04 Teaoher's Coneuton. 'We notice in the- Guardian, a call, from Capt. 11. S. Thompson, principal of the 0.oletiMLa Female Academy, for a convention of the teachers of the State, to meet In Columbiaq, the - first week in May. For teachers not connected with the free schools is the call made. We approve the idea, and urge the inmior tance of such a meeting. Miss McCulloch. One of our misfortunes is that we have no hall capable of accommodating an anu dience, or suitable for an occasion such as Cohuitlia has lately enjoyed, an ope ratie cetertainmnent, and from the gifted and talented lady whose name is given nbove, and whose fame in song is the theme of the whole country wherever sko has appeared. Columbia may well exult that so exquisite a voice has trilled upon the ears and touched the hearts of har people, while Newberry, with all her claims, and all the interest felt in the Southern songstress, feels a correspond ig regret, that her citizens have been dgpri...

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. — 30 March 1870

Fee Fei t'r Agre, Functional Disorders of theStomach and Liver; Iavigoratei the Appetite Promotes Digestion, n m Appropriate in all eases where n recovering from Acute Diseases, it Manufacture I, Mar. 30, 13-3m. it. BtsOUOFF. C. WULERN. J. U, PI1 Pgn. HENRY BISCHOFF & CO. t0hoeie av00ea$, AND D>EALEll IN WINES, LIQUORS, -SEGARS, TOBACCO, &C. .197 East Bay, CHARLESTON, S. C. Mar. 30, 13-ly. L. CHAPIN & CO. MANUFA'TUltEli & DEALERIS IN 20 Iliayue & 83 & 85 Pincknoy Sts. Alto, 193 Meeting Street, Mar. 30, 13-3m. WILLIAM S. HENEREY, MACIIINIST AND FOUNDER, 314 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, S. C. 57- Particular attention paid to tho manufac tur- o-improved Agricultural o I-- plem nt. 3anutnotures SR.%M Nf;INii 110 LEItS and t Aei1IINEItY, SAWV %IIlI.f4. COHN MI11S ti4 orse Powers, Vertical aind! Iirizonmlal Miugnr iilii, Cotton .ee. Cruehiers, McCarthy uttoa l iin.. and nil kinds of Iron and Drass Vast lugs, to order. Black's Patent Gang Plow. having purchased th...

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. — 30 March 1870

She Always a4e Home In.n U tit0.yard stood a sio ej .c ther,a'rkeanatd.eNtledi The hand of dimo had crumbled Its i'SB.ilfit'remanhid. - #joi s'd$ I coi4 lust ttCo " n memory of our '1ot9r, b 10itvbuh spoke of "honQ 'siebbeled o.n the other. I'd kae on mohtntmnts of fame, - ligh,towering,to the skies; I'd seen. th seulptured marble stone Wheie a gr,at herb lies 1ut by this epitaph I paused, And read it o'er and o'.r, For I had r.ever seen inscribed Such words as theso before. "8t e always maile honto happy." Wi'hat A noble record left! A legacy of .ii,mosy *weet, To those she loved, bereft. And what a tez,timony given By those "ho knew her best, Engraven on this plain, rnde ston0 That it arked their nother's rest. It was an hsumble resting place; I knew that they were poor, But they hadl seen their mother sink, -And patiently endnre. They had marked her cheerful spirit, When bearing one by one Hler many burdens up the hill, Till all her work was done. So, ibhen was stilled her weary ...

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. — 6 April 1870

YoL I WEDNESDAY 1MORNL0t, APRIL (3, 1870.No14 1AMPO NVEBY WEDNESDAY MOUNING, b o . F, R arenskera W' .w . a w. WPV. Xsv$rt i is Advasn 0T ow r atO o pirati of b 1Lotse ai4f',,oint Resolutions " ' Ias#ed by the Legislature oC 'Soutb Carolina AN ACT TO GRANT, RENEW. AND AMEND THE CHARTERS OP OER TAIP (TOW$IfN1'N 1 zGEs TBiOt>IIA ->d1f'OND: ' - Sa0. 80. That oll persons, citi sens of the Us. ad States, who ;7! or wr Q pa1 own dwoll berry, .p .>hoseiwho way occupy such dwell6i g hduses under' lease, shall be deemed, .and are hereby declared a body politic and corpo rap d bhat,the sai4 towed..shall Wchil 0dn known by the' naio of ,qyperry, oIjs }mite. shall be held' and'deenied'td -otbhd for one milpi I.yery ,irection~ from the CQurt Hoisoetuated therein. Szo. 31. And be it further enact ed, That the said town shall be g6rerncd by an Intehditit 'nd four Wardens, who shall be elected on the first Tuesday in November every year, and said Intendant and Wardens shall always .b.o .pe...

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 April 1870

Wednesday, March 80, 1870. G..v. Orr on the Times. Some one has had a conversation with Ex-Gov. Orr, and the results are pub li"hed in the New York Tribune. We regret that the conversation is too lengthy for our columns. We make however,a scattering and britf synopsis of a few lealing points. A;uding to his unpopularity in the low country, for the writer states that the Judge is univer sally respected in the up-country, he asked how he relished this opposition. "Why, sir," he answered, "a public man in South Carolina. who thinks for him self, must have a hide like a r!#lnoceros, and forty years of antagonism have made mine so tourh that all the porcupines in Christendom couldn't dratr blood; that is, when I know I'm rig .t." Judge Orr thinks that a party called Democratic may eventually succeed, but the old regime is forever dead. * * * The blunders of the Republican party, already nade, and which they will con tinue to make, not moving cautiously in consequence of their consciousne...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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