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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 July 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1870. No. 29. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVEItY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos.- F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. Invariably in Advance. r7? Thu paper is stopped at the expiration o ime for which it is pa:d. C The % mark denotes expiration of sub criptiov. Address of th e Executive Committee of the Union Reform Party, to the Vo ters of South Carolina. 1ELLow-CTIZENS: It is made our duty to set forth in this form the claims of the Union Reform party to your confidence and co operation, and we ask of you as our countrymen, children of the State, our common mother, having a common interest and common destiny, a patient hearing and a deliberate and dispassionate judg ment. The secession of the States and the sectional war which followed wrought a revolution in the prin eiples of the government, and in the rights, powers and relations of the general and State govern ments, partly changing their char acter. The States were ...

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. — 20 July 1870

- -- ss o the BzC-aU:c Cu'rlc i. 0 our rn~:: wf 1:; ion) Refor r t, aapnon our rer.ler; to efdy and to talk of it :1 w"lneve pr:ictica,,e. It i i avu free courSC arid venotihtion. Barh ecue. to notice that the S:l - (":::Gr.n ass, Cu!. I i,ns e :salnotnneemeI tnat the oengof the ca.aigr will be inaugmated by a Mass M:ecting at Saluda Old 'To wn, on M'n d!ry- the 1st of Angust, :i that an ac commodatioh trai:: wi! 'e run on the G. & C. R. R., that day. Also that a . rarnd Bar becue will be given at Wadling ton's C-o:as R ads, en Tuesd-ty the 2nd { of August. Ai. pcrsos, b!aek and white, are ied to pa-take of the sni>statial i whi wll be furni-shed, :tnd t, iten to spccebes which will be made, Qu.C-eb! oecasi:on, iv Ju geCarnter, 4;CT. Buter -nd Cthe:s. This is the way the- Union Ref.rm raar-ty work, they don't do things by h:vcs, they don't try to feed the p'rp le on lies, but inster, be .v's te r-at tiutls and honest prin lpieS lA. ch they tell of, they give the str.ic'h. re:...

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. — 20 July 1870

'LOW PRICIES SELUOM (:ommnd a good artic!e,' but in tl:e case of t":)I ri Ir ,T !:e extce:tion proves the rn!':-it is ihte br:;t t!c !;no'. n. duy29, 1?9-1t. 0.h. 110'1 i71tA r IY E is d t n alt sides to be the miost simp:e anl :.,d Dye ever invented; it is "s!!y ^.pp'ied, d:c- not s':i i the skin, lcares t"e hi f: .:' g. i o . nnd i in:a:tenenotis in i-4 ff: Trv it an. yon wil! use no other. .tuly 2;t. 29-2-. T H E R E I S LITTLE sanction for !evitr in the trratment of dis eae. The sun. m'on ad sta:rs are sotemn: the ocean anal alI inntitri:e tn:ture are sol r:on; anad ma a "m:e11 o sor0row'a, and ac rt::aint'"J wiithr grif.". Yet science has dOne m:aC; towr.i. ::r1 ng these lk, and the " ' a:r' .: r" Will be fuund a per, ict - iI se:.''. t all wo!: su:'er the martyr do,:n (.l',yspep--ia. STIIT FR ESi_N FSAND hnty of co-nplexion, to Much to he de sired, 'e.tun ,tb . rtained tinless the female System i a he_althyj coalition and free 'ron obtuc. T uere is no remedy wich 1ro<ite; "...

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. — 20 July 1870

T -E GOLDEN' LADDER. m .rCl;fl watei Le l:C g1n o ion; ieam:ig Changes, r V~e t s .:ueme Erst a sea of t' t he ciouds?. - d mounh u gode 11OUnS? And Fa.u1o2 aa''Cn," Frank replied, Th"sJeCCt old story : ad angel, every j.ay, To each of uts i- given; A::-l everyth.: we do or say They carry up to laven. "V:en we do wrong they write w'th tears; ' ,en (i, thoir hearts are gldder; A nd every night they elimb to heaven Up O'er tha:t golden ladder. "And then the gates of pearl swing back [pon their glea:ning hinges, An'd aft the sky see:ns ruelted gold, With red and purple fringes. "Bnt rhen the doors are closed again, The guardian angels gather, In sulemn silerce, with their hooks, Around our Ieavenly Father. ".1 dn then I eiose my eves and think, How, in that ,inless dwelling, Will sou:ni ::e rory of the life My ag-i must bct-iiing. "Some dys I know my angal takes The rceorI of my sinnin But then I alwvays try to mike The nc:t a new -c;inning. ".Co, when at night our Father calls, My ang...

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. — 27 July 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1870. No. 30. THE HERALD IS rCZLISaED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Tho3, B. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. ER , $ - a-M-w Invariably in Advance. C Thv paper is stopped at the expiration o line for which it is pa,d. ,7 The - mark denotes expiration of sub cription. [For the Herald. ii:ssas. EDITORS: I intended while out on my recent trip to the North-west to drop you a line, but amid the hubbub and bustle of that region, together with the fact of my trip being a flying one, I found it impossible to do so. I have concluded since my return that a word or two might not be out of place, and might not be un interesting to some of the readers of the herald. In fact some por tions of my trip were so exceed ingly interesting and pleasing to me, especially as regards what I saw and heard in Missouri, that I feel constrained to tell it publicly. I am as a man who has good news to relate ; he wants everybody to hear it. I su...

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 July 1870

EW ?RR 3.s Wednesday, July 27, 18O. UN[ON REFORM.NOM!NATIoNS. Por.Governor, B . R. B. 0A RPEST, of Ch1lesto. 20:Lieutenan-G-overnor, Celleral I C. BtTER, of Edgefield. The Way we do Things. The barbecue at Wadlingtun's is to be a great big a air, for we karn that, b-. side the substami as well as other light and refreshing contributior.s from the town and district, the nei7nborbood of WadiingtonS where Tiue day's grand gathering is to take place. has contribu ted over one hundred carcasses. Just think of it! one hua'red fat carcasses leef, mutton and p->rk, from one neigh borhood We 'ave not heard from Sa lnda O} Toty n precinct, but feel satisfied that that there too will there be a plen tiful abt' :dance. Only a Way he has. At a e&nt Republican ioininating Con vention in Orangeburg, which the decent republicans present denounced as most riot oas and disorderly, and one that they ought to be ashamed of, Hoge was fiercely charged with altering a tote, and when presented for r...

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 July 1870

COST PRICES. I Propose to Sell, Am determined to Sell, And will Sell My' ltirc stoek of Drv G u:is, CI ching. Boots and S1e1s, Faunc y Articles. (im Cracks, Notions, Nic Nacke. littl: thngs and big thigs AT COST PRICES FIOR CASH, To make room fur Fall Stu'k. i1.t:":is are wanted then, now is the ti e and .ine is the place to get hem. r1ain guaranteed for C a s h. CI:ne and .rt v1'ar im ev back. ::v1ur.' most truir a:1d :ee A. HARRIS. #iw Bok. --Aen's sell 100 per week. Price . 5 Addrcss L. Stebbics, Iaitibrd, Ct. 2' A DAY !-43 r"' art' for Agents $5Samples free. H. B. SRHAW, Alfred, Me. SALESEN -Send far Circnlar. a first-clags business and sterdy employment. B. F. HOWE, 1 Arch Street, P hiladelphia, Pa. "A eaivila Theological School.-Unitarian; .a educares Mttuist-rs; $16) a year to poor sta tk'ts: begius Aug. 29. Apply to A. A. Liver mnor . Meadrille. Pa. (.UR.IUS. HOW STRANGE!-The Married Isl ies I'ri vate Companion contains the de sired in;formation. Sent tree for stamp. Ad dre....

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 July 1870

PITILESS FATE. BY ALICE CARY. I saw in my dream a wonderful stream, And over the stream was a bridge soI slender, And over the white there was a scarlet light, And over the scarlet a golden spleudor. And beyond the bridge was a goodly ridge, Where bee. made. honey and corn was growing, And down that way through the gold and grey A gay young man in the boat was row wng. I could see from the shore that a rose he wore Stuck in his bntton-hole, rare as the ra rest, And singing a song and rowing along, I guessed his face to be fair as the fair est. And all by the corn where the bees at morn Made combs of honey, with breathing bated, I saw by the stream-it was only a dream A lovely lady that watched and waited. There were fair green leaves in her silken sleeves, And loose her locks in the winds were blowing, Aud'she kissed to land with her rilk-white hand The g.y young man in the boat a row ing. And all so light in her apron white She caught the little red rose he cast her, And "lIaste " ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 August 1870

VG Vol. VI. WED INESDAY MORNI.NG, A"UGU"ST 3, 187i0.No31 THE HERALD 16 PUBLIURD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry V. H., By Thos, F. & R. H. Gronekor, Editors and Proprietors. TIal' ,s $8 OPEC dawr4y Invariably in Advance. Dm, TN paper is stopped at the expiration o I me for which I i s pait.. Y The 1 mark donotes expiration of sub The Letter of Gen. Kershaw. The burning words of General Kershaw, in the letter addressed to the editor of tho Banner of the -outh, will touch to the quick the gallant soldiers who, on many a hard-contested field, fought and bled by his side. The veterans of his regiment, of his brigade, of his di vision, who followed him through the long campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia, those have not suApected him of deserting principle for the greed of office. And the people of his own State know full well that Gonoral Kor shaw is now, as when he wore the Confederate gray, as true a soldier as ever drew the sword, and as hoiorable a gentleman as ever ...

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

XY1tlda?. riugusi 8, J. NION IEFORM NOMINATIONS. r,r-ove:tor, . . . C'ENTE , of Char':th. Eor Utennt &Ver:or, Mf:rd 'I. C. BIILM, of Et2Eid. Just So. eleis it is reported to have said : "I r,:11y think Louisville is the meanest in America. I expected to be met, on arri:ingz, by a 'epublican procession, and escorted to the Galt HIouse, But :cthing of the sort occurred. I wasa poor boy at funeral. Nobody paid me any atention. I hardly paid expenses." Itre;; should remember that the radi cals are :i;hty uncertain. The .anrupt Act. Th:e b:iikrupt act has been changed by C;1ngres,, by the adoption of the fol. iowing a:nendment : 'c it enacted, by t'hc Se:atiand House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Con gtress assembiel, That the provisions of the second clause of the thirty-third sec titn of an Act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States, as amended by the first s.-ctict of an act in amendment thereof, :aii not apply to those de...

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. — 3 August 1870

rav DAVID DICKSON'S: Ureat Book on Farming now out. No farm ers library compite without it. Bound in cloth, extra, Sl; Sheep, 34.53; Half Moroc co, S5. Orders recei vel at this uffiee. Good canvassing agents wanted. For terms, ap ply at this office. June : -tfM. FOUND, O: S.ttrda last in the p'blic road near dr. Henry W. Ri ard's re idence, an old pocket bek, containing a small amount of uone, which the owner can have by pty ing for this-advertisement. Apply at. this oL!iee. Aug. 3, ;1-It. EVER9BODY CO. is TO L1 i MAfHAULLS 90 YOU HEAR, DO YOU HEAP. Aug. ,3-. FLOUR FLOUR. 56 Barrels of FLOUR just received and for sale at $8 Per BARREL M. FOOT. Aug. 1 MTESt,W A R E\VS, TilE DECLARATION OF WAR BI TWEEN F!tiNCE AND PRUSSIA has cared much ecaitneent in this country, and las been the theme of much expression c, o:nion as to what advantage (if any) w derived from it. 1POLEON AND P'i.S A WILL BOTII REQUIRE J;:;EADSTUFFS, Arn, 3tunitiuns of War our mannfactured goods, which will e:linee pri...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 August 1870

MY LITTLE WIFE. The following love story is by a new poet, celebrated in the July number of Blackwood-David Wingate, a collier from his ninth year: My little wife often round the church bill, Sweet little, dear little, neat-footed June, Walked slowly, and lonely, and thoughtful, until The afternoon bell chimed its call o'er the plain ; And nothing seemed sweeter To me than to meet her, And teli her what weather 'twas likely to be, : fy heart the while glowing, The selfish wish growing, That all ner affections were centered in me. Mv life once ('tis strange, but '%is true), Sweet little, dear little, love-troubled Jane, So deeply absorbed in her day-dreaming grew, The bell chimed and ceased, though she heard not its strain ; And I, walking near her (May love ever cheer her Whotbhinks all such wandering of sin void and f ee), Strove aard to persuade-her That 'e who inade her IIad destined her heart-love for no one but me. 33 little wife-well,perhaps this was wrong Sweet little, dear l...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 August 1870

rE,1 -- J Vol. A Ph vi r WDTNESDAY M L\CD7 AU .GUST 10, I8SX). __ o 2 THE HERALD1 IS PILISIHED R'EIRY WEDNESDAY MOi;NING, At Newberry C. IL, By The F. & R. H, Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. Inv.riaby in .\dvarce. '17 Ti raper is stopped at the expiration 0 ime for w!ie b it is paid. E7, The i mark denotes expiration of sub cription. IFur the IIerald. MES:;s. )ITons: As my last letter to you was rincipally con cerned about one object of note and interest in Copenhagen, Thor waldsen's Museun. I shall endeav or to make this cover a little more ground, and perhaps be more in teresting to the majority of your rcaders. It is though with some hesi'.ation that I enter upon the present communication ; not that so much has been said concerning this time-honored and noted city, or its numberless works of art so endeared to the hearts of all who appreciate t h e acquisition o f knowledge, either of this or the past ages ; but for fear that some bf that tameness or indifference which I a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 August 1870

Wed11sday A guin *Ia 108m. UN!NREFO'.\ NUMINATIOJNS. For C .raer, 41t' . ' . I . L~ l:;t_Tt. . 6 .i.j WVc are re'.,,ted by Gol . S. Fair, Sup't. of Canvas;, to so that Jtrgu Carpenter will ,airess the citizens of Newberry, at Newberry C. It., on next Monday, at 10 o'cloCk, a. mn. All persons are cordiaily invited to bear him. A passenger car will be attached to the regular freight which goes do: n he tween 3 a.d - in the afternoon, fur the acco:r.-odatin of such persons as may conie up from below on this occasion. The Mion Sceondced. The Columbia 'honix calls for a grend Na tional Convention to see if something cant te done to sustain the crumbling pillars of the edi fice of constitutional liberty or the edifce must soon fall. And the ship of state. it too. with a drunken crew. and all sails set, and helm hard-a port, rushes upon the breakers. Republicanism: Liberty run mad No rights for the minority : There is great surpense in G eorgia perding the vote on the qucestin of tl:e Legi...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 August 1870

St. Louis Muta Life Insurance Company. TFie Ager.t of ilhis company, Mr. Tho~mas M1. White, -of Ander:on, hsreceived the foIlowing ect!er from M:. Elit J. Ilarris acknowle.;:tng the l:ymntitt is ful: of a pol icy upon the lIfe of her late l: ;hn, W ii.llIarris: AX!1tmoN C. Ui., S. C., Aug. I"t, 0. Mutual L.fe Insur.n t'o:p.: : DFti: S:: Allo: me :o re:rn tou, a u throngh von to t:he '. i.pi:s M:t:t! Liit Ins^ratne (",on:,'a(ry, for 1wihlh ron ar Age:t, "t' t::s for the pro:np:.and 1i.era: payment of the pol:cy 0:: :h lie of r: att lam,ented uh., Wm. K.. Harris. It I: proper to stat:, t uere were two quar:erb payments due C: t:. e i: po r, n l:ieh ti Company caneelk d by dividends for til year IS70, and then paid the policy in fdll, and a balance over, arising fr om dividends, showing not only a prosperous busines.., but a just and liberal settiemsent with policv holders perhap; u:i;tail by any omipany doing t,u:si.ess in ou. State. From the above facts, moot e:ferhiy contu nCnd the ...

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. — 10 August 1870

ODE TO RTJM. Let:vydertc exto! the~e, A:tl t:v wondrous virtues sum ; ie worst of names I'll call thee, l,:vubyhdra-mnster Rumn. Pin: :-r, visage.L>o ter, li cult, r rt.:r, idLers mate: .'d i t .i.arr leer, vice pro:moter, creditepo edei;'s Luit. :d.:oe:.-"uidcr, pauper-maker, Tr:i. -,.:ayer, so:row's source ;'c-e:-ir, tabath bracAkcr, Co:c::tclS::iler, guii's re-ource, er- rcc Ci CLe1r, systeml-shatterer, Tirt-increaser, vaIrant thief; Co::C-prod er, treacherous i:ltterer, 'dud.bedauber, mock-relief. Buiness-hid:ierer, spleen-instiller, Woe-begetter, friend<hip's bane ; ,.nger heater, pri-on-filer, Debt-ilrolve r, toper's ch:ai:. 3em ory-drowner, honor-wrecker, Judgeicnt-w'arper, blue-faeed quack Feu.d-begiier, rags-bedecker, Strife-eindler, fortune's wreck. u::::ne's-e20ler, wi,ters warmer, I;:uo-l :er, spcc:ous snare; Mo ee:!ee :ur,m:-:.ransform:er, ;,::alund c:, gaul;!ei's fare. Speech-'e wrangier, headliong-bringcr, i::is-b urncr, deadly fire; R:ot-mnover, firebr.ndflitnI...

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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. — 17 August 1870

rl I F ' 4 , F' U ' Y",' ! i. I ,y I r S ' / 1 i i ; IN + I Vol. Pvt., \TJ. WEDNESDAY ANG, AUGUST 174, _.----- -- - ---- ... ___ .r.....-_-----._ __ _.._---.-.._--__._ ___.._ . _ _ _...w . -- ------._.._.._ * ----^ -- "' - - luu o et rar rrmlanrw.. THE HERALD1 IS ICLLISHED El-EIY Wi:DNE.D.IY '0^INNG, A Yewberry C. v ., tv "il s. V. & II. . PoilkePl, .;!:ors aniProprietors. inv'ariJ,' in .\dvare.cc STe n.,er is Qttoped at the expiration o imne for whiel:h it i? p:ud:. -:--- Th a rt.:k d:bot.s expiration of sul critiou. - u WOMAN SUFFRAGE. : . . Ia:. .v.1::t's the use ? Yo :'t nei her a man Ti.t- . g :tru :t.r fihi(ied her 'M :n . -:. - :i) :e::w:- ti ti, iban. al S ii: ar str ::g : l firmly' io.fo, i!stiew4aund 'i::e ws to::gh; .inldLE.rm1cd of jinter stuM. Min :' 1t'- prose-the ti:nber h:21f f (:S S:tI wvo.-b of ours, Ata wO:t:iae t!:e p >etry, ihe swcut rl :dU t.ie Ilowers. 'hrt hnou: t tie I 'l Book tl!is thought To: wo:en' tlive to smelly ::'to ,!ear. bi,n:'. l h - thea, b...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 August 1870

NR TREER 3. C, Wedreday, Aug us -1 8 -. UION R FORM ATIONS. For Governor, For Lietenant-Governor, ci-a .C. BUTLER of Ell-q;,4. Organize. l chapter might be written as to the importance of organization, but we deem I it unncccssary. We imply reiterate OSGANIZE I Union reformists ORG.tYZE. Can we Carry the Election ? Advices from various points in the line of battle assure us that it can be done, but to secure so desirable an end the people must work; put their shoul ders to the wheel, and their hands into I their pockets. A Great Ally. Napoleon has the sympathy of the Rothschild's. This is worth an army with banners and needle guns. The wealth of gold possessed by these bank ers is almost beyond computation. Nearly all the Monarchs of Europe have borrowed scores and hundreds of mil lions of dollars from these Jewish money princes, to prop up their empires. T he Reducad Eates At wi ich we offer the Herald is for the purpose of advancing the cause of Reform. Every man ought to subscrib...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 August 1870

f4 (;:'. _ W.:^.\imU:: Sr.pHuR SP'nsGs, - V -'ie grand miasquerarie and - "- h:i, given last night for the tt needy sufferers by the re a^cident, at Jerry's Run, -Che most brilliant aflairs that ce at the Virginia Springs. prominent gentlemen present - o(r Jas. Mason, Co:nmodore -' ,:ry, In. A. I. Stuart, (en. ' n. T. L. Clingman, N. lln T. Cooperton, Va.; ,rae-o, e n. ; G en. Jno. G . L -e, ". .. 1. Corse, (en. McCausland, ii,v,a :1.umany others. !'ully S00 per ...:. wer, pre'ent, and several hundred i-ere re:ized for the sufferers. An in:enious Philadelphian, who was rather hoty pressed by his creditors, mu re particularly by Depty SheriTs, :it :mI'an the novel expedient of draping "is i .,rknob with the emblems ofinourn _ (r:-r to nut them off their guard ...i... c rnoved all his househojd good; ;c res"ilence of an obliging friend. rif the deputics, sharper than his 6_ ".z."1 through the ruse, hastened of the pi emrises, and caught in the act of lending a hard out the piano. C:JR...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 August 1870

From ti e San .uarc ( exas Pioneer. EPITHALAMIUM, FOR A "I! AL DEi CON ENANC. R:tg1 fvr tl: beaful a neli, A knen for t,:t yom:' aAd fair, Who s-rts to 2..e r>: il of her imariage Lell, On a a:c-io . K i d .i.i. Swing and ring 1:t your bwlfry ligh, Clamor, 0, belis, to :.:e :y sky, But vo:t rvoico k..ir And that a -in tlat strel:s Is oniv a nockint i,.: You oa:.od. ,lg o j. , i, ' in tones most clesr Ye are : ab ul: fir to ti:e (t :i,g car, 'oni(: suh! soldu Sold for a n:len of iEl-go:ten aoli: A thou.an: eyes :r agape to see The glitter: ig cor:ege pass. Dat the s cet !,ride waketih we:.rilr, And her (ves ther are d!im. abis" Hand, not leart, is the gilt he brings; Duty, not love, is the ,tr:i sing ; And her visions are fraught With caukering thought And direful iragiltilg, Her heart should be ligh, but its beat is Sobbing nd ti:o1bi, sad and low, :odI! sold! sold! Sola for a a.il:in of giittein1 gold' Orang" flowvers in her :in-ng .uir, Half concealed by gossamer Ice Oh, she is...

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