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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 May 1870

LAMPS! LAMPS!! Just received a snpply of German Stu dent, Parlor, Hand, anzd Kitchen Lamps, with improved Purners and Chimneys. A:supply of pue i:on-explosive Kerosene Oil For sale cheap at PRATT'S Drug Store May II 1t t.. Qutiine Capsules, At PR ATT'S Druz Store. Quinine Capiles, At PRATT'S Drug Store. Qlui:i;; Capsules, At PRATT'S Drug Store. Quinine Capsules, At PRATT'S Drug Store. MIar 111! tf. TREl ARRIVAL OF NICE Ladies' Dress Shoes, VERY CHEAP FOR CASH, AT M N L T %NMay 11, 19-tf. Where to Stop. WILLIAMS' HOTEL, Formerly IIarvey House, SPARTA NBURG " 8, S. C. CONTINENTAL HOTEL, LA UPEXS C. H., S. C. J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor. MY friends and the traveling public are re speerfully informed that the above named HOTELS are now under. my control; and they may rest assured that the reputation of the two houses will be fully kept up. The Rooms tre comfortab!y furnished and the Tables will be supplied with the best of ev erything. May 11, 19-tf. L. II. IARSHIALL Wants money and w...

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. — 11 May 1870

SIUwee --sedaoSere-- -. t*e foreveA ak1 4Ai no rrad sur , suetno di' ben atlat we cOm to drea When lifci:srdeb i 4 breken ? whgb t, sensetooe.er fear? Shatbrs"eg;o.forig or,oc, ... br u frierdship die of fastn ije eg24eOPlado To thsJ Ief;:eQrIksting SIl3 wesp thg fliends we 4oe - Iarbor foisd_delights we cherish Are dear hcarts in 'Sait a'oovc F o th e h o u r w h e n . w e sh a ll p s h? Shall r~cengshouts adse, V Epheeoirjospera&l, In the:gai4i peopled skie - .Through the corridors eternal j(we-meet and shall we abaro Joys with dear cues here beside us? Shall there be no partings there -Wasoerer Lt betide as? - Will onr.beiosrio, Soon as we shall touch its shore, With delights we catbr.t know sudofrOsmod asTiA"gs fortO as guests Angels without mental tasking ; -I *ha our desire suggests The,thought answersto the,asking ' poa.and I from fear and care,, Wben.we reach the golden portal, ShaI' 'icb'other's glory share In the gores of the immortal. Well the happy shore I know Where...

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. — 18 May 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, IMAY 18, 1870. No. 20. THE HERALD! IS rrnDEICFD E;EIY W;EDYESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F. & . H. Greneker, E:itors and Propric:ors. 1~In b- ini A dy.rce. rr T. p . l ye p d at the expiration of inei for wich it i ii. 7 -t nur; deaotes expiration of sub scription. IDLE HANDS. BT T. S. AT1HUR. Mr. 'hornton returned home at his usual midday hour, and as he passed by the parlor door, he saw his daughter, a young lady of nineteen, louniing on the sofa with a book in her hand. The whirr of his wife's sewing maluine struck on his car at the same mo ment. Without pausing at the parlor door, he kept on to the room from which came the sound of industry. Mrs. Thornton did not observe the entrance of her husband. She was bending close down over her work, and the noie of her ma chine was louder than his footsteps on the floor. Mr. Thornton stood looking at her for some time with out speaking. "Oh, dear exclaimed the tired woman, letting her foot res...

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. — 18 May 1870

_ _RR 3 . Q& 1' nesday, May 18, 1870. j. bee: de:termrit:ed to hold the Cun'tervat ive Gonvcntin int C,l'nhia, on th-: 1-5h June next, and :s steral of our sister ddi:.tricts have already hxli th;:r mneeting. and appointed tii' dit vttes, :nd chers have trade arr:n.ge t.w'ats to te S:me e:d, we sun^i- that - bei ciizis.o.f Ne'-,vCrr n:cet at the Caoeurt H ousec next sal d- y, to a1i(p int seCI ;ter to >aid Convention. We urge upon the at.c:tin of our hOCst, peace loving, :-ttTget peo,c the importance e o a u: us:'., respor.se. ILt thC net ing be large and imlitti By an order faom the Piot Oftec )epart racnt the mails have been returncd t the The Strnd-y Schiool Conven. a n Ch.ileston reslitcd in : seess. T io tv Chn:ch -as hap:iv arrancd for the CC-Sion adri the meSaiOlns frtliy and iiy attendei by epcresentatives from all parts of the S'at, who were irstar.t an'J Earn,est is :I1 that thoy li."1. Amaong the dele'ates rt ce sverai !i.': 1:. liteks was cho,sen pril it and Dr. ....

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 May 1870

CHILDREMS SHOES. W E h,ve j". ... iv. . a rt2 lo: of Notice. ] wil ap "i to Jou:n T. Pet'r,o:; .+ dge of i'roi,e for N etrry C .:ty, the I3:h d.v of Ja :e :' t .for a ant,ie mV di=isla c G$ edian of .1nie A. - I:t" i" r" .1.M .I:lI:i) i:t NOTICE. .p!;_" ~ ~ -;," -: . ; of \:".:;r" (a: +.tv- c :.a:.y are.:.oti! l h..:I th:e aanm:al -uC.' wi :~ae place ou ta: day nleX f 0It r A. 31l, a: > h n C,1. P. . L LeN -WE THE . r,e :n:! varIed stock of gord ... the store ol LOVELACE & WHEELER, they are a-ding :iett: - - i a ai;ines of good-. They are in a d Thr o: a very large S:oel" 1)RY {4DD3D% Some just in fro:n e: York. An ", n!'o, u:o:hr lot of thoe lie iittl You can also 1in:,a oid selection of NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, All of wwhich tiv ni: sell :t celap as any> house ite,eo:rr. ^'t ey have t,dor>ted the ST1:lt"'T' C.\si i SYT IENJ, :ntd therefore hope , o: wi! . t.;:hem to de. viate from th:L r, FLOUR, FLOUR. WE have in stor" alotht"r f of that popular P,.ltitnore FL') U. at-l ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 May 1870

The WeH of Sychar. Sweet w :r o':r, , L ., t, to Th-:, At S eii h.'. Ioe, we:, When a poor out4at !ard Thee there Thy great raivation ttil. Thither she c:ne ltt, oh, her heirt, All fill'd wtith earthly care, Drean'd not of Te', nor t!oug't to fT'd The hope u: ltr. ! :tre. Ltrd: twI '..Th po-er unCn thTt d"w T!w :tr.,,v n+,. it, ti-hat l.l.:t, It so:;de :o ..ar; fr> .T Tic +ec:'t- tf Th. i tc-t. There Jaco' rh.g d nhter found Those s:reams unknnit befere, The water-breoks of life that rakie The wear: thir.-t no :ore. And. Lo:d, to us, as vile as she, Thy gracious lips have told That mystery of lo:e r'vea!'d. At Jacotb's well of old. In spiri', Lord, we've set th Thee Beside the sprinti:, well Of life and peace, and heard Thee there Its Leulin.: vi.ttes :ei! Dead t thc wo:!i, ue de ('c"n t:o more 0f earthly ph-:,urC now 2: Ottr deep", divrihm, tunra. : rl.ig:: Of grace a. g:vry Tiot:. No h-pe of rest . aught be.-ide, No beauty, L,ari, a'e see;' And, like S.anaria -.:anghter, seek A...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 May 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1870. No. 21. THE HERALD IS PUDLISBED E-VEFY WED\ESDAY MOR I'G, At Newberry 0. H., By Thos. R. & R. H. GPeneker, Editors and Proprietors. c8' a, $? PER9 t'kvVWe, InvariabIy in Advance. i Tht paper is stopped at the expiration of lIme for trhich it is paid. Q7 The ;/ mark denotes expiration of sub scriptivn. THE MAY-PLOWER PARTY, BY OUR REPORTER, JOHN QUILL, WHO, IN ACCORDANCE WITH HIS rUSII NATURE, JUMPED RIGHT INTO TUE MIDDLE OF THINGS, QUITE OVERLOOKING THE AD DRESSES, AND TAKING NOTE ON LY OF THE LIGHT, AIRY EVENTS, AS THEY CAME TO HIS EYE AND EAR. It was a bright and beautiful May-day in the "Wood's," where the Flowers had assembled to en joy the first pie-nic of the season. Little, blue-eyed Forget-me-not tripped along, her eyes sparkling an.d her face glowing with sun shine, as she bowed, chatted, and laughed at every one ; for there was quite a gathering already in tie grove. Mr. Laurel and Widow Myrtle, Miss Anemone and her cousin Iepa...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 May 1870

'TheS&L.Conventian Which met in Charleston, and, which adjourned on.Satarday the 14th, after a harmonious an3 delightful session of theiee days, must be acknowledged a great success. Happily conceived, and admirably worked, -it-accomplished great good. There was a life and vim about it particularly refreshing. Ia that body were brought together, men eminent in piety, - zealous in good works, men of high standing in the various branches of the christian'cburch, men of inte iigeuce and ieltere, men whose 2i'tv hive been devoted to the ititerests of Sabbath Schools, and whose hearts burn with liviring.fire, while there were those *ho had just started out as it were in the:ce which promises so much, those w1t: had just begun to sit at the feet of ther mas ter. A blending together of so many happy elements, and an elimination ' i many thoughts and ideas, and so tr.uch of practical detail, could not otherwise have been else than a great success. During the past few years the Sabbath S...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 May 1870

DAN ING. PROFESSOR MILAM will open a DAN CING CADE"MY, at Mr. Pool's Hetel, corn iecib of Tuesday afternoon, May 24th, st:~ u,look.. There will be an afternoon and evening class on each of the days named, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednes days. The afternoon class is designed for ladles, misses and boys, the evening class for gentlemen. Terms payable in advance. May 25, 21-It. Election for School Trustees. ToST UELD SATrItDAY THE 1STH JUNE. Pursuant to the requirements of the Act to est.ablish and inaiutain a system of Free Common Schools for the State of South Carolina (the County Board of Examiners having adopted the Township boundaries as those of the School Districts) the fol. lowing Man-tgers have been appointed to conduct the Election for three Trustecs for each School District. No. f. At Newberry-By Board of Ex aminers. No. 2. At Sligh's Store-Win. H. Knight. No. 3. At Maybinton-Jos. E. Gofield. No. 4. At Cromner's-Jno. G. Houseal. No. 5. At Jalapa-Alfred 3. Reeder. No. 6. At Long...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 May 1870

I n't Make Emia - Ao5Tuf5a gacantore Ita really very shocking,-but enZ.n ust forty-ive, bi~eil am not married jetg ! tas rmanie. Ant though there's lots of girls about, An some to suit I find, I o'$know how it is, I'm sure - I-ca:'t make up my nind. -Miss Jones-she's too particular I very plainly see, And if I stayed out late at night, She'd take away the key. Miss Brown is rather more the thing She's tender.and kind,' But still there's something, and in short, I can't make up my mind. Miss Tompkins p'raps I might think of, But there I have some doubt, They say if thwarted-she will sit All day at home and pout. Miss Smith will oe a better spec, Her purse, rre heard is lined, But then-she squints. Oh, dear I can't I caa't make -up my mind. iss -Julia has a lovely eye, Would any heart inflame, $at when we took a walk one day, I found out she was lame. Thcre's Saly who inviting me, With her I went and dined, But gracious me -to see her eat, I can't make up-my mind. Now fil of smiles th...

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 June 1870

I .Y Vol. VI. 'WEDNESDAY MORNI.NG, JUNE 1, 18170.No2. THE HERALD IS 1'UDLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. 1L, By Thos, I. & R. H. Gronokor, . Editors and Propriotors. %sa t' P 9 c1,1s1-, Invariably in Advance. im Thr, apor is sto{ped at thi0 expiration of ino for w tich It Is paid The mark denotes expiration of sub aor ption. CARBOLIC ACID. WITII SOME OF ITS USES TO FARM ERS, GARDENERS, AND OTHERS, POINTED OUT. IBY 0. EMERSON, M. I). Among the rich discoveries made by the able chemists of' the preosent ag(,, are two kindred sub stancos--"Kreosote," by IReichon bach, and Carbolic Acid, by Rungo, 'both German chemists. "Creosote," (as it is generally spelled in this country.) was obtained by Reichon .bach from the distilled products of wood-whilst Carbolic Acid was subsequcntly obtained by Runge from tar distilled from bituminous coal. From many points of resem blanco between the two, Car bolic Acid is sometimos called Cre osoto of Coal, to distinguish it from Creosot...

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 June 1870

R$Q____ $7. C., Wesday! June 1, 18?O, SASS XEETIG. Attention Citizensof Newberrf Upon consultation, we make the an nouriement that there Mill be a ASs MEE-rlN OF THHE CITIZENS OF NEWEERRY, I.{PECTIVE OF COLOR, AT THE COURT H1orsE, ON TUE FIRST MONDAY, SALE DAY IN JUNE, for the purpose of appointing suitable delegates to attend the Convention to be^beld in Columbia on the 15th of June. All citizens of Newberry County, therefore, white and colored, Who ARE OPPOSED TO HI'H TAXATION, AND IN FAVOR 07 AN IONEST AND ECONOMICAL ADMINISTRATION OF TIE STATE GOVERN .MENT, are earnestly invited to meet, and take part in this first step of reform and purification. And need we urge upon the people to come out on this occasion ? need we enter into details of the great wrongs, the monstrous frauds now being perpetrated, and which by an earnest, determined, and united effort, can be checked ? It is scarcely necessary. The facts are apparent, and the result will be disastrous ruin if the people do no...

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 June 1870

Of splendid At the reduced price of $9.00 per Barrel, At the ('HEAP CASH STRE of LOVEL iE & WULELER. Junr 191 22-2t. C9 E AT LOUIS SHODAIR'S June 1, 22-tf. Greenville & Columbia Railroad. GENElILAL St*l'ii:1NT':NDENTS OFFICE, Co:xuta.. S. C., May 24. 1S70. ON SUND.\Y next. the 29th instant. and until further notice. this Company will run a Surday train for 1':s"engers Letween (.olntbia aid Helena. stopping at all stations. as follows: Leave ('o'nmbia at.................00 a m Arrive at Ilelerna....... ................... .1U 40 a im I:I-TCR\ tNG. Leave Ile'enn at.............................. 3.20 p m Arrive at Colunbi:............. ... 7.00 p m .lttii\N I. MUi:l.;Gn'l .sup't. June 1. 22-t1 Watch Lost. Lost on the 2e:h, between Newberrv C. I. and Mr. S. S. Seig' re-idenc, on Situr dar evening, a fine double-ease oild watcl, for the recoverv of whj.-h a reward will be given to the fi::dlr. oor further i:for:lation app'y at Herald Ollice. Ju:,e 1. 22-tf. NOTICE. Wandered from ...

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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. — 1 June 1870

SUN AND RAIN. A young woman stood at the lattice-pane, In a study sad and "brown," Watching the dreary, ceaseless rain, Steadily pouring down Drip, drip, drip, It kept on its tireless play ; And the poor little woman sigh'd "Al me! What a wretched, weary day !" An eager hand ut the door, A step as of one in haste, A kiss on her lips once more, And an arm around her waist ; Throb, throb, throb, Went her little heart, grateful and gay, As she thought, with a smile, "Well, after all, It isn't so dull a day !", Forgot was the plashing rain, And the lowering skies above, For the sombre room was lighted again By the blessed sun of love ; "Love! love, love !" Ran the little wife's murmur'd lay ; "Without, it may threaten and frown if it will; Within, what a gelden day !" The Golden Wedding in Heaven. "From youthful hours we two together Have lived for fifty years Through summer days, thro' winter weather, Through sunshine and through tears. Now watching'thy sick couch beside, Still beautif...

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 June 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1870. No. 23. THE HERALD IPUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOIRNING, At Newberry C. Hg By Thos, F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. Invariably in Advarce. -Ttk paper is stopped at the expiration of ime for which it is paid. E7 The y, mark denotes expiration of sub cription. GENERAL CONNER'S AD DRESS.. The following beautiful and classic address was delivered by Gen. Conner, at Magnolia Ceme terv,- Charleston, on Memorial Day, before the Masonic Fraterni ty and a large concourse of citi zens: As we stand here to-day, be neath these quiet skies, in this sad, silent city of the dead, all is so calm and peaceful, that it is hard to realize that but a short while ago and he who stood upon this spot could. almost touch the tamparts, which, stretching from 3iver to river, gaurded from as sault a beleagured city,. while far as the eye could reach, scanning the horizon on land and sea, were the camps and fleet of the host that surrounded her. From w...

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 June 1870

.Wednesday, June- , 10. The first Negro Cadet. Cadet Master Charles Howard, (col ored,) from the State of Mississippi, ap pointed by the Secretary of War, and -ecommended by the lion. Legrand W. Perce, whose advent at West Point as a military cadet took place about one v.eek ago, has created a consternation. West Point is sick at the stomach. Rumots of such a thing had reached there before, and now thn reality-the colored youth, unmistakably black, with kinky hair-is among them. They have the Elephant, and as he is physically all right he will hate to be kept. A N. Y. correspondent says he will drill with the white cadets until the examination on the 24th of July; then he will fail in mental exami nation, and co BACK to Mississippi, as the examining oficers have power to reject any applicant. :r. Asa ButterSeld. Weare pleased to notice in the Chat les ton papers that this gentleman, so long a.favorite with the travelling public in his counectisn with the leading Hotels of the city, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 June 1870

UNION FERTILIZER. SURE DEATU AND EXTERMINATION TO .WORMS AND INSECTS INJURIOUs TO VEGETATION. Just received, a few tons of the above Fertilizer. The renarkable properties or this article, after most thorough scientific and practical tests, now being fully established and ac knowledged, the Company who control its manufacture and sale is prepared for its INTRODUCTION TO THIS MARKET, in full confidence that the great need of the tiller of the soil is at hist available ; that we offer as article which, as a Fertilizer, is scecond to acne in quality, and, further, that it is sure death and externauition to the "COTTON WORM," "CIuCLIO," APPLE .3I0T1, POTATO UG, TOBACCO W4RM, HOP LOUSE, ARMY WORM, -and all de<criptions of insect and vermicular life which infest and devastate the P:nta tion, the Farm, the Orchard or the Garden. PrUe $15 Pan To-. PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Commi3sion Merchant, No. 2 Union Wharves. June-S, 2,-tf. NOTICE. I WI LL SELL at Newberry Court House, on TUESDAY, TIlE 21st ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 June 1870

Sink or Swim Together. A r AT o itcotrn,nGE5T. ' he'gllaoing beautiful production from .>p eof the gifted Win. Gilmore Simms, Sablisbed'in the February number of the Iaral Caro!inian: No#roir, my gallant brothers, row, Give way with will and sinew ; These seas that rise before our prow t Will ti-y the muscle in you ! ,$ts what's the fear if hearts be true ? We'e but to pull together True hearts and har'de, all bent to do, ~V1ill'bear us bravely, bear us through, And save the ship, and save the crew, In spite of wind and weather ! tow, brothers, row ! row, brothers, row ! One long, strong pull together ! And cheer with courage, as ye row ; What though the tempest btewing, !Works Zate for '.any a brother now, Th't drives, bead-on, to ruin ? "Tis not for us to shirk or shrink, Though out in fearful weather ; We know some comrade's doom'd to .ink, And we, too, hang on Danger's brink ; But fear ye. not!. don't stop to think ! Pull bravely all together! Row, brothers, row ! row, brothe...

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 June 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1870. No. 24. THE HERALD IS PUBLIS2ED E.VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. TlERXIs,s Se* FI'& r cNArd Invariably in Advance. The paper is stopped at the expiration of ime for which it is paid. P7 The ;A, mark denotes expiration of sub cription. From Pomeroy's New York Democrat. OUR SATURDAY NIGHT. SWINGING ON THE GATE. Another week nearcr Home! Another blessed Saturday night added to the triumphs of Eternity as it has been snatched from time! The lover thinks he is one week nearer the day when she will be his to love forever, while the sweet heart thanks God that one week more has gone from her life of hated unfulfillment ! The sick suf ferer who is expecting death thanks God that another seven day vail has been removed from before the door we all must enter Once, and wonders if another ,&eek will be all for earth or a part for .Heaven. To-night we walked home, for 'the ca...

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 June 1870

edesday, Jtinie 1, I80. The Convention. On the 13th the promise is given that law, order and reform will be largely represented, and that the Convention will be a success. Delegates have been already appointed from nearly every dis trict in the State, and the colored ele ment is reprecented in each and every one. We mistake then if the interest manifested by these sensible colored men in this movement for reform, in lending to it their aid, in the face of the violent opposition and threats of the league, which would bind them body and soul to their purposes of corruption and villainy, will not produce a most wholesome effect. It is time that the colored people were throwing off the yoke, which must, in the end, and that at no distant day, choke them, and the fetters of a league which would array them in hostility to their white friends, and blind them to their best interests. It is time that their eyes were opened to the fact that the league is the great power of the raaical party, ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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