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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 April 1870

At ARI A plend tockl THEChEPEST STUCK ier Iouht to this Marekt An enumeration with prices of this large an-certainly the cheapest Stock ever before offered in Newberry, will be made. next week.. .A. HARRIS. Apr. 6,14-It. WATCH pOUND, Which the.owoer ess have by provin property, paying 'for this adverisemeat, and rewarding the Soder. Apply at this Gce. Apr. 6, 14tf. Shaw's Cati Seed Hier. MM. . BRODIE & 00. Factors and Commission Merchants, cBARLSTON, S. C. Apr. 6, -70-14-Iv. P. P. TOALE, CHARLESTON, S. C. I... R1R .:1 Et*U MFIt #RflM W SEND FOR ONE. ..gt ~SE.T FREE ON APPLICATION. .g3 Apri1 6, 1870-14-1y. Citizens' Savings Bank. or SOUTH CAROLINA. BR ANCil AT NEWBERRY, C I , S. C. Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received. Interest Allowed at the Rate of' Seven per cent, per Anunmon Certificates ofDe *po.it,and six pceent, Compounded Every.six Months.on Aecounts. ormcans. WX. MARTIN, President. JOI1N B. PALMER,- y.P ie JOHN P. THOMAS, ce eset. THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier. G. T. SCOTT, As...

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 April 1870

Lord Byron Writing from Hades in his Own Defence. Among the thous.and.and-one articles and Iamphlrts on the Rvon scand.l, in prose atnd verse, ae have seen nouthing approat i ing, for wit and puugeney, a clever jeu d'eseprit, just i-sued fron the London press. It is entitled "IArd Byron's Defence," and, professing to be written by his Lordship himself, is appropriately dated "llde., uttccc.x.tx" The title-page contains por traits-of Lord Byron and Mrs. Stowe-his Lord-hip, beautiful .s A:p,l!o, being repre ,eted a., al.o-t eprpsi.: a eO:rse se:ndal tuotgering faee, intente-. for that of hi? dee trartor, Mrs. Stowe. The follow ing extracts, seleeted at ranlon, will give our readers a samr+ple of ti.e flavor of this iyrotnesque pro duction : Wio is t.i Mrs. Stowe? her name, thank God, Was never one fani!ar to my ear; Herfantry was a latd I never trod, Although I traveled often far and near. They ":ay she'sa woman, that is odd To woman, as a rule, my verse is dear, Perchanee she's some ...

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 April 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNiNG, APRIL 13, 1870. No. 15. THE HERALDF IS PUBLISSED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOlNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editor! and Proprie:ors. 6IICe $$ dA- we Intariably in Advance. t The pper is stopped at the expiration of t itne for which it is paid. " The y mark denotes expiration of sub scription. Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by the Legislature of South Carolina. An act Providing for the General Elections, and the Manner of Conducting the Same. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the senate and House of Representa tives of the State of South Caroli na, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That the g-neral elec tions in this State shall be held, pursuant to the Constitution thereof, on the third Wednesday in October, eighteen hundred and seventy, and forever thereafter, on the same day in every second year, -and shall be regulated and con .ducted according to the rules, -principles, and provisions herein pre...

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 April 1870

Weddnea:ly, April 13, 187O, The Electioa in Ceiumbia. The result of the election in Columbia l.nt week, though not what was hoped for ish-whatmight have been expected. The Phoenix says the adherents of radicalitn rallied from far and nea-, and there can hetui e doubt of this, fur the vote shows it. Jvhn Alexander, the radical n.uinee re ceived 1151 votes, while the present in. cumbent and the citizens' party candi date only 624. The board of Aldermen areteetcd, are four wh;tc and eight col ored. Notice of protest has bee:i sea ved on,tbe managers, in eleven good and law ful Counts, and each entitled to conside ration, but we think it utterly useless to make any eT)rt to right the great wrong perpetrated. Better let it go. "All the doctors in the land" cannot cure: the ;;reat party have the strings in hand and they intend to drive. So let 'em rip. South Carolina Sunday S:hool C3nvent;cn. At a meeting held in Charleston, corn. posed of repre<entutives from the var ious Sabbath Scho...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 April 1870

Shecial ' :ing of th3 Stockholders of the South Carolina .ailroi: Company, an: of the South-Western Railroad Ban. C:.trt.:sToN, S. C., February 10, 1870. Pr:sCa.t to the adijournn..nt of the An nual Gouve::tion of the Stockholders on the th in., a Special Meeting of the same will be hcld on the FIRST TUESDAY in May next, the 3d day of that month in the BatiK 1I1 in thtis city, for the purposes in dicated in the folloi:ng resolution: "Ie oed, That the eonso!idatiun of the Stock aq recnmmcnded in the resolution proposed by the PreziJent and Directors of the Railroad (;.,:np:ny. in t!ir annual re - port, be referre,l to a (.,:nmitte.e of Three, to be appointed by the Gh:ir, to report on at a speci.l neetin;g to be held in this city on the first Tiesday ih, May next; that a stock vote be then taken thereon, and that imnmediate notice of the said meeting be given." The resolution rec"aneaded by the Pres ident and Board of Dircetors of the Rail road Company, is as follows: "Resolved, Th a...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 April 1870

- - Storm-Tossed. In the fierce storm I flit and haunt The house where she I worship dwells; Nor sleet nor howling blast sball daunt The love which through me throbe and Sheeted with snow, and ghostly white, Idc-bcv:id in beard and tangling hair, I brave the wildness of the night To watch her window's ruddy glare To catch her shadow as it falls To image forth her earnest face, And feel, through the forbidding walls, IIer presence glorify the place ; Ah, darling! I am naught to thee Unlove, I love-unwatched, I wait. The storm, which smites so cruelly My life, may nevermore abate ; And set I feel a thrill at heart, An agonizing pang of bliss, To know that, lonely and apart, I still may feel a love like this. I would not yield its ill-success YFor all the world can give beside, Nor wish its fiery fervor less, If but to know thee were denied! Drive, kindly tempest, through the air, Fan from my heated brow its pain We glory in our wild despair The storm and I, who love in vain! SELLING J...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 April 1870

Vo__________SDA MORNING, __I 2,180 TIE HERA L C K :. IS PUSLISEED -V Y WEDNESDAY MORNING, t Newber y C. H., By'hos. P. & R. H. Greneker, - ditors andProprieors. Invariably in Advmcee. t -Th s sto pp d at the e piuation o 157- TheA mark denotes cpiration of sub Acts and Joint Resolution; Passed by the Legislature of South Carolina. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to organize the Circuit Courts." SECTION 1. Bs it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa tives of the State of South Caroli na, now met.and sitting in General Asseiitbly, and by the authority of the same, That the act entitled "An act to organize the Circuit Courts," ratified the 20th day of August, A. D. 1808, be amended in the 12th section as follows, viz: Chage the first sentence in sai sectioh so as to read: The several Circuit Judges shall have power, in their discretion, to hold special sessions of the Circuit Conrts, within their respective circuits, or upon the order of the Chief Jus tice, in any c...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 April 1870

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 April 1870

A. dstray. Left my plantation on Enoree River, near Yarbcrough'stMiil,;haturens Co., last Wed aesd4y -afteruoon, a saiall bay mare, with a star in face. ,aid. animal is - about $re Years old. Shc was heard from the after nioon she estrayed DCar Jones' erry. Any one taking her utp Will to liberally reward ed. JAS'W4 ADMR A pril 20, 1St. FAGT -AND FIGURES NEVER DECEIVE. A. HARRIS ;As a- careful perusal of the following ennmeration of articles and prices of goods wshich are undeniably CHEAP, IF NOT CHEAPER Than the Cheapest. I am determined to work a revolution not of confusion and blocd but of peace and joy, in Dry Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Groceries, &c. Read, and digest what folIoweth: Prints, 10 to 12:1e. Jaconet Muslin, 15 to 35c. White Pique, 25 to 35c. Coord Marseilles, 50c. Poplin Lawn, 15c. Embroidered I'kerchiefs. 25 to 40. Ladies' Lineu lH'kerchiefs. 10 to 25. Embroideries, Laces, Collars and Cuffs, low, very low. Staulped Aprons, 25c. each. Fine colored Linen for dres...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 April 1870

#AT I LIVE FOR. I rivefor dlose that love me, Whose -hearts are kind and tree; For hv Ieaven that smiles above me, - _ ud awaits my spirit, too; r ah human ties that bind me; .o,.'the.yask by God assigned me, Fs-the bright hopes left behind we, 'n4the good that I can do. I claplearn their story. Who've suffered for my sake; ,tuuTate their glory, Ang follow in their wake; -" patots, martyrs, sages; The aoble of all ages ; W1ise"deed crowd history's pages, an&.timmv great volume make. -4ive 4o ho:d communion Witi all that is divine ; To feel therein is union 'wixt nature's heart and mine ; T peoft by affiction, -n'-Reap-truths from fields of fiction, Grow wiser from conviction, Aadful5l each great design. F lire to-bail that season '"B'ygifted minds foretold, When man shall live by reason, Aid lot alone by gold! W.ei man to min united, And Svery wron thing righted, "li hole worl.l shalI be lighted As E'en was tf old. Ilie for those who love me d:for those. who know me true, 'N the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 April 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNINIG, APRIL 27, 1870. d. 17 THE HERALD I8 PVBLISSSD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, t Newberry C. H., BY Thos. F. & n. H. treneker, Editors and Proprietors. Ivariably in Advance. tthe ezpirttio f t 7 The iart notes expiration of eab ONLY A BUTTON. BY AM RANDOLPII. A cheerful south room, with a bay-window -full of blossoming plants ; a bright fire glowing be. Ahind a burnished grate ; a carpet *hose soft, velvet pile was shaded in blues and wooden colors, to cor -rspond with the damask-covered furniture; and-a little gilded clock, which had just struck nine at night-all these things met Mrs. Chickorly's eye as she laid down lier book, and yawned as widely as her -ripe eherry mouth would admit. -She was a plump, fair-faced ma tron of some four or five and twen -ty; with bright auburn hair, soft blue eyes, and a complexion whose ises stood in need of no artificial i'eage to heighten their charms, .wsile her dress of soft crimson terin> was exquisitely adapted 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. — 27 April 1870

a Another carpet-bagper swindle is re taled iu:, the disapp~arance -if Harris the Anderson wool factory ist. Ie came, A '? a Corpered. Of picasing man es9ndgterel exterior, and talking j tgel,.f money, he .pulled wool -over .' e eyes- of the good people; geti4ng4 $1,34 pne, a valuable. gold watch I froU..agier,. besides blasting the hopes of ail, the plausible villain ! lie bought largely of roerYt, to be nai. for in "fharlcston, and after the preilininaries -- wer arranged, signing papet's, etc, this reoigenth uan, accompanied by his ne -i is tertce f&rr th:atcity, At Gadsden, fJar. takenl with a colic, and left tbe Eraith and never returu-ed wore, leavig' lir, Silivan and Mr. Sharp, the 'itireu who accompanied him, to noiirn his early'-departure. Mr. Norris i the ier~of the money. Ths Anti-~alical Convzntion. Steps are being taken elsewhere to ar ran& for delegates to the Convention to -be-he in tolumbia in. June next. In Chsrieston a meeting has been held to make -r:eanrg...

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 April 1870

The Carolina Mnufcturing Co--pan invites the Ladies to their stock of FANCY WARES. -Please call and examnne them. No charge for lookitig. MERCEANTS Who wish to purchase Tin Wares at WIHOLESALE are invited to call, as priees are put down at sul figures as vill afford large profits. PLANTER ' All of your wants can be supplied at me diurn and noderate prces. To the Retai1 Trade. Our RET.I. SAMPlfEN are COMPLETE, an.d offered at LIVING PIR ICES. Jobbing Department. Strict attention paid to roofing, gutter ing, repairing of stoves, making stove pip ing, repairing rin ware, &c. STOVES. Our,Stock of Stoves are complete, of the be.t, and prices'low. Apri. 27, 17-tf. soui Carolina Railroad Company, UGE$tfL SCrTS OFICE, $LPr. 15, 18M. THE.folowirrrSchedule for Passenger Trains ,vI-bevbeerved:lnthie date: ' DY PAS5=aU TRAIS. IAaving-olumbiast...: ......-...... 7.45 a. m. Arriving at Columbia at............... 4.4,p.m. -rIttT LtaIS ESs-TnAIN. 'Leaving Columbfia at.................. 5.5) p. ...

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 April 1870

+The Siege ot .pigrade. ea debted to the Hayne.ilic Ex 'tirne fdra copy of this celebrated poem. oi'Kic}s %%V h4ve been in sea: h for years-: An ALtri:an army, artfully arrived, $W1y by battery besieged Belgrade: fComack commanders cannonading conc, Va1lin destruction's devastating doom ; erery endeavor engineers essay, Fortnfre, fortune. fighting furious fray; _' er, .g1inS.t generals grapple, grimmy g.eat: 'ea hold heroic hosts hard haggard hate ! Infu,iased, indiscrimuinate in ill, '*cr-d joins jxvelin, jacer juvenile. Kinsmen ki t kinsmen, kinstuen .kindred kiUK! Ta'-or low levels loftiest, longest lines: wlaasrdhed 'mid mound','mid moles,'mid murderous mines 4w oy', noxious numbers notice nanght ,koor patriots, partly purchased, partly ,pressed, _ tc-tailing, q'akin:g, quickly quirter r 'uest. -Reason returns,-.religion's right resounds, trow stops such ,anguinary sounds. Truce then to Turkey, triumph to thy train, 1unust,' unwi.e, unmerciful Ukraine! Vanish v,in victory! vanis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 May 1870

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 May 1870

.stasthe Catholie Cburb ho aly.and ' pe tfo rottagainst'-te",pcomul etobe:dqma Of-infalklitig the The -paper i? leaded 2" Archishop Purcell, of CiQinnati. . oag the names appended_ to the doc weat is that of Patrick Lynch, Bishop of Cbarle'ton. Frpm Arkansas Saany friends of one of our m'"st tysieetied subscribers, Mrs. J. E. AAttwood; fort erly .f- this district, but -aw -ofPine Bluff Arkarsas, will obe glad to hear:through. us that all are wel gaposperdng, and that she. is highly edrtnow with the country.. The. la ythrehowever 's no more reliable , tt is,with us. It is a merebusiness rciich we have received, bat we i the liirty of making an -gireeablc ttv a r so irell known" and r :, fdeling ' eonfiden that the of her prosperous and sat jS --rondiottwill be well.received. I. t. Peake, Esq. t eot'efe vrh regret, in the Charles =p s,the announcenent of- the con Med.redation of -Mr. Peake,fron eessgsible potition he has so long a epdably.fiiled. It is said that his resignatioa. will ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 May 1870

LkMlitRS4HATED. F&iieoeNa watyiarers IWkd IMdateiy To- Thoim Libra Wges nikbe.given. - E. - . CHRISTIAN. raveling - Thresher. -undersig ed rce roiice N tha their TI1 FT\G CTGNACIINE ill start (as'soon as whea is ready.) from or. near Fro'g Lev , :id :ontinue from. day to day. They w ill rngi; i the diret too of the Town of erl>ryfinJ 6n to the neighborhood of Dead Fa, thence down -the river. Work tionte fo ft 7eni LOOZF-& BrNTER. av4iS Zt. MY TICKET. Co:nc to-.: R. NARSHALL if you :a p ie forTic-Nics, May Par -ties or Bals. _J. EtICIE ! ICE ! Can be had u i.. R. Marshall on Tucsdays, uriy and Saturdays. he having 'mie ir.ge.er:ts for supplies on those days. Corne up friends and pay your debt., for L. R. Marshall is sadly in need of the mzoney. NMay 4, IS-It. Special Notice. SIGTO.&;C(., hare just re ;cguTd another lot of nice.new.goods in all ine. May 4, 18-tf. - - Isurace. SO t0i.C lGEERALAGENCY NI' & , LINGTON LIFE IN 3, OE4I L ';NY OF V1R(GtN3 . 3d,lISEz D. SIT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 May 1870

4- 4ET)AF~. Serv softand'lg t - ae bratifuIl a.m-SLMw one ttigbt, And tod te earth In a. mantle of white. tV ~ *k#ed thef'orest, the meadow,tbe , e att ed the bill, the moumnaiu, the vale, And sribed the bt-ooklet to tell no tale. Beautiful, beautiful snow ! The boughs of the pine and the fir bent low ;:iler the weight of the beautiful snow, ,While in the breezes they rocked to and sow. Tbia.world of beauty was hidden from Thro_ghall-the long bours of dark, silent night, Till at last came the dawn of fair, morn ing light, Rerealing the beautiful snow! The sun brightly shining o'er all the fair Revcaledddiamnonds and pearls more spark Tng, I ween, Than ever bedecked the brow of a queen. The liule ones, too, were wild with de light, *resh from their sluubers, they gazed at,ihe sight, And twinkling with smiles, their eyes be tame bright, At sight of the.beautiful snow! ioana," cried Lulu, is this the brigl.t side .s satj we should have when you took us .:a to,side, &d-I was sitting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 May 1870

Vol VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1870. No 19. -IS PUBZ IEsP EEPYT WEDXESDAr XOi:XtG, At Ncwbe:ry C. U., By ;Tho, F, & R. H. Greneker, Fito:s andProprietors. Invariably in Advanoe. T., paper is stopped at the expiration. of ime for which it is paid. - The : mark denote.; expiration of sub ecZrption. [For the Herald. Address Before the Newber ry Medical Associaton. BY TLE PRESIDENT. GENTLEMEN :-In rising to dis charge the duty properly attached to the presiding officer of an asso ciation like this, I am prompted by the first thought presenting itself, to congratulate you upon the prospect of forming, among us, a permanent Medical Society. It is a matter of surprise, as well as regret, that a proceeding of so tnuch importance has been so long rieglected ; since the slightest con eideration of the emotion, in which the Healing Art obviously had its origin, will point out co-operation I as the second movement towards its establishment and maintenance. If a traveller, of ordinary hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 May 1870

Th Convention met in the .Academy .n'i:te 3d inst. The hall"..as appropuiately ddcorated, and. fitled by Uff inn,gf;itise:,% rezgn.,con ?i and representatives frow all thepro fe,sions and avocationsoflife. * The por tijJn of zhe .hotisa occdpied-. by the br: -hcstra seats.was reserved"for -the dele ga:es, wile tie hidies sat i . the .pa quette, &c. 'For the foiing eynopsis i.f proceeding. we are indebted to the City papers: - ~ At2 o'cock, -Mr W. G. Vardell moved that the Convention be :calledd to -rder. and. that W. M. Lsrton, Esq., .President of the South Caioimas Insti tute, be requested to take the Chair. It *asalso inved thrt Messrs. P. W. Ai zA o and E. I. Marshall be requested to act as temporary Secretaries - . f'tr'Lawton on taking the Chair said ? Delegates-You have appeared here. .by invitation of the South -Carolina In stittte, and. by invitation. of the people ,V"f this city.' The occasion is one of deep fa*id heartfelt interest to the entire peo-: ple.of South Caro...

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