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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 April 1866

I I~- TL A' I~ I-~ T~E * T H'TI ;I TI{ - r T I ~" At A. aLd TA 1(1 h t I CaroQs-"W1 a. o .ec e -r .d 1 ad o C B:vo,adu-, 'I:,:e oi As L tw ip:oere I h, w h w -: . s - i, ., . ic rn th s !- <'t,I, a h e:e !1 c. ' haS 1 )- un S f"' -L : o .sv n u: - o t hel s e f,.:: slve u.1 it be a n t n :Cte . -question, who w re th e :1 t :: as Bruwne says t it is no2t i: icarn thle song~ the - .s:an:. Cr th Achilles bur hn .1an: W a2 first Liat or I;r2:W s:vs 1:w CoveliT st !! elS :f th se: 1 'Ofant e filS n.- :.:L 11.7 :r of her sex, we: fr V,, l slave, arneat adhne:eir him freu: the ervid 'a1' fth t be sure ta want" . She w. .. !"t2 cheeks ard I v l': v browned'. by the .ar ita of the Lrst haIt .rw u brain. A~d the asd te n it grew to ec: eta skilled thigers,w e\CC''1~ and chuekc .euiw sirprise .he man t1 - n it onI ha. Ie:.J I . curse, e . : nes r 1u - ter thlan we u:ae.: Iroad-brn:rne it wn. his golden ileeks I.Lu: It "e - the heat cf the suni. d : fimished. Hlew bar.fu patteu !.::n (:n ti...

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. — 25 April 1866

ArCTION SA.r. 0r Sei -Iesr. John 1 . Riggs & Co., :cr : : e , hel their weekly sile of eIt I I as ad vertised. The folowinm- is a 1it: of. th.c: sold, with the pi-es nne Sixty DolA in '-rIV :1t) :: pcr ecc:t. C"ock Seventy Dollars in S-rlp . C.:# e cent. aeck-7-. 'One HundIred and TM ty Du::;rs in senlp City stx per cent. Stock-75. . Three Hundred and Thirty Dollars in City six per cent. Stot-i . Four llandred and if:y Dul:;s in ?cr:p City sft per cent. S!oek-7 Four Ilundred and Ninety DuE'ars City .ix por feent. Stock-$74-. Five Hundred and Tirenty Dollars in Scrip city sh per cent Stock--i4. Five Eundred and Seventy Dollars in Scrip city six per cent. S to:K-74. Nine Hundred aid Sixty Do'lars city six per cent. Stock-7 . Fourteen UHudred and Fighti: Doliars in Scr:p city -six per cent. Stock- 7. Two Thousand Five Hu.n: re! Dci!ars in Souih Qarolina Rail Road Seven per cent. Don.ds, of $500 each, past due-0. One Thousand Dollars i ppi and Teiqnes see Bonds-,7 1. One Thousand Dl...

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. — 25 April 1866

New Work-Shop AT .FRO8 Q-.EVEL, 31, t, Carriaies, Buggio, Wagons Coaches F all kinds made and repirel on the slort est noticv. PAINTING, TI IM NG, & ; also, all kiud of WOOD nd IION WORK done to-order, in the nearest posS*bt2 :1 - Also, HORSE-SHOEIN , and all kiud of plan tation work. Th.e lpatronnge tcf the pn"'e, respectfnily so P0ited. WATTS, CAPMAN & CO. Frog Level, S. C., April 12tl, 1StJG April 25, l'-tt. GHIVER 40 BE1CJ4kHA1hf,5 COLi',BILA S. C., DRY GOODS, U00TS, SHOE8 & HATS. TE invite our acgfaintances, and the public rentram!v, to give us a e ill. . C. SHIIVE,-I W. M. BECK-A1. X pril 23, 17-5t. uE COPARTNERS1IP1' heretofore existing T under the stvie of KAY. VEAL & HEW TSON, is this day dissolved, by mutual consent. KAY, VEAL & HIEWETSOy, Architects and Engineers. -April 16, 18GG. Kay & Hewetson WIT ILL attend to business at their present office. We shall be prepared to receive 'rders in one week frnm now for further woik. KAY & IIEWETSON, Apri...

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. — 25 April 1866

-A QUEER FUNERAL SIER-110No t PROBBDLE ORIGIN OF "TnE H ARP or A TuocsA;D c .~ strlINas." [The foViowing sermon wasprinted in the Zritish Magarine for Novembaer, 1750, and 0 C said to have been actual!y preached at the 0 funeral of Mr. Proctor, Minister of Gissing, by t Rev. Mr. Moore, in the pariz-h church at J;x ton, a small villare near Diss, NrfAk. Most of the names nientioned nay stitl be secn in r the parish register. A nanuscript copy ot y the sermon was also found in mn old wall, I pulled down at Wisback, in 1823: "Fight tize goodfght.ll I. Timothy: vi., 12. BELOVED : We are met together to solem ize the funeral of Mr. Proctor. His father's. name was Mr. Thomas Proctor, of the second J 'family; his brother's name was Mr. Thomas -Proctor, also. He lived some time at Buxton C fall, in Norfolk, and was High Consta of Diss Hundred. This man's name was Mr. Robert Proctor, and his wife was Mrs. Buxton, late wife of Mr. Mathew Buxton. She came from Helsden HaIl, beyond Norwich. lie...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 May 1866

- -.,..-- -.-- - - - t. - H- - -VN E r -' TONTHS, INA VLMH.NEWB.ERRY, S. C...WED-NEDYMA2,16.NBR8 VOLUME I IIN.} THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Ni7berry C. I., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, ZDITORS AND PROPRETORS. TRXS, $1,50AFOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariably in advance.) avertisementsinserted at -1150 per square, for Aret insertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. arreg~e notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of personal interest charged aadvertis-ements. [From the New Orleans Times.] The Methodist Episcopal General Confer ence, South. ADDRESS OF TnE BIsHOPS. S In the Methodist Episcopal General Con 4ferenme Revi Dr. Duncan, of the Virginia Con ference, read'the following address from the Bshops. boar BretAren :-We hail with feelings of devout gratitude the opening of another ses bion-of the General Conference of the Metho dist Episcopal Church, South. Circumstances connecied with the late unha...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 May 1866

-XIsCEGENATION IN PENIsYLTTI. WHITE WeN ELOPES w Arn.x N: . mc n Alavist named Gri1ith, in Pernsyv,nia, who is represented to be one of the best tze in the 'co -nty,n hch h lives. was r'ecent i astoni.-hed thAt hsdaugiter h:d p,t into prtc his teach Ing-MissGrifith had eloped with a imk neao. h w e4ployed by her father TLis iaid; to 1aVe horified her miscezcuation parent, and has 'had the pair arrested, and the nero cor.:nt ed for trial. But the proceedings is wrong i; is ie al wbat court has dared to commit thi negro for exercising a constitutional right ?3B-slies, th is negro has been in the habit of sich'-riding Wit GrifUth's daughter, and othcr females of the family. He was on perfect equaity with them he eat at the same table and slept under the same roof. and he had frequently heard Griffith say"a nege was plenty good for a poor wine girl." T refo- the negro is not only legally, but so -chly be' -equal. And how can the daughter be ttamed ; she was taught miscegeuation by her d...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 May 1866

GREAT FALL --IN lgaving purchased my stock since the reat FALL IN PRrCES, I now offer them at the following - 7 Yeduced rates for Specie, viz: SUGit at 15c per pound, EE30c " --OLASSES 6c per gallon, BLIND BRIDLES, $1.25 each, :SADDLES, 7.00 " WAGON HARNESS, 4.00 per set, SHOES, 1.25 per pair, 75c each, LOTHING, 5.00 per suit, - ,PRINfS, 16 to 20c per yard, BLEACHED HOMESPUN 8c 8 " VOTTONADES, 35c " " -JASSIMERE,7K BROAD CDTq* $2.00 " " ~esidesthe d'ove I have a great variety of _hney and Domestic Dry Goods, GROCERIES, Saddlery, lardware, Crockery, . -Table and Pocket Cutlery, T-o, &c., &c., R of whdi will 6e sold at the above ED UCED PRICES. Country merchants wonid do well to examine stiwk before purchasing in Chaileston. GEO, A SMITH, Agent, _'snay 2 1s 5 MOLLOUON ROW. NOW is the TIME -- Asiw VLOSE OUT - ThefoI1owin~ articles : i :eaSAGRIFICE. Se TdAlpaca 6Oe per-yard, worth $1;009 P-oplins, . 5c " 60 -S Painted worsted, 27 " " 40 - 14 Barege, 85 60! 70 do 50 " " 75 P4E' r...

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 May 1866

-7 e-4 - h 4n e 1 e e lis heOcean Weneaa sA litf onede the ve.ss ae dec The. man-who -Mroteit was green;: ~-'~ 'b-- _...'Ne.~has never -.been.toL sea,. - vot _u.awie.hen6vr -has seen. Ifewseer E0 Been a wave As :h4ishled or'er the vessel's deck; *e never has seen a fire at sea, Or been floating upon a wreek. He never has been aroused From his morning'e gentle doze, -By the sound of the splashing water, - -As it fell from the horrid hose. -Xe never has HeArd a man Scrubbing right over his head, With a noise sufficient to iouse -.From die grave- the slumbering dead. Re vver has seen a fat woman Growiug thinnerday by day, And eaginog ovele vessel's side, Throwig.herself away. WhiRe e people look carefully on; Though in tears the woman may be, 4-iAnd~unfeelingly say it is notbing at all, Only the roll of the sea. 7 And oh! he has never been sea-sick, - And crept into. bed in his coat, Ihile every motion increased his throes, nd Iis feelings in his throat. 74 That man may-have sailed in ...

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 May 1866

TERMS--$1,50 FOR SIX)DTR MONTHS, IN ADVANCE VOLUME II. DNSDAY, VOLUTNIE_ __ C,'' T HTE fJERA. IS PUBLISIED EVEIZY W1'DNA.SDAY, At NewbQrry C. H1., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, EDITORS AND PRoPRIiTorS. IER.MS,.41.5C FOR SIX MONT HS, JTii1YR iN CURI.ENC, 01R I\-R'GOS (Paymnent reqizired invarial-ly in, adv;tnce.) Advertisemientsin,serte,dat fn5 erg.r o -rst insertion, $1 for each s Iese;en in r wn. aErr age notices, Fui!eralivnin,Mnn Stnd Comnicde f per--o:%in:r. tchge is A F.e6-tis e Ca. ts. 'on. Alex. H1. Stephens Mefore the Con Aressional CoM;ittee---A Full Report of his Testfimiony. We present below a fl! and correct report of the the testimtonv of Ion. A. II. Stephens before the Reconstruction Commttee ol' Cun 'gress : 11on. A. H. Stephcr.s was bfore the Recon struction Commit tee on t:e 11th lilt., and he was sworn and examined by .\r. BoUt'eil as follows: Q. State your residence? A. Cran%fordsville, Georgia. Q. What means lnve you hadU sincL aurrender to ascertain the se--...

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 May 1866

Prx edizgs of twe all Conferlu of the 11oth olist Epscoal ChurCh, Sounth. The Committee on C n of Yonomy sub mfitted a repot on the sijoet of ut inging into iore int:niate rl;-io:is LA men n the Cou::cil of the church. Tai zecot povbes fr a Dis triet Conference, to be compse of an u number of Laynitn and Ir n. o, pro viding for the eection- of four L-ven by the District Conference to e s the Church in the Annual Conferee, and the ectiO of .an equal nuniber of L.m by he An d Confer ence to represent the Chuch m: the General Conference. Tb s is th1e pla of .ay representa tion, which W*I in subbte beO* teu, a ma jority f;o:ing the pocy. The mnrty of this Committee asked leave to suibmit a ect:nter re po-t to morrow mornimg. -A memorial relating to the ordir.ation of local preachers, was read and referred to the Comtit tee on Revisals. A resolution instructing the Board of Foreiln Missions to establish a post in Califo inia for the Chinese, was read and referred to the Committce on Mkis...

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 May 1866

?roceedL-gs oi t:e General Coner3r, of the .L%th olist Epis,:pal Church, South. The Coinmnttce on h, ne. of -Onomy sub mitted a report on the sdjet of 1.),ii into more nt:imate reli:ions L;i- men :n th.e Cou:;cil of the church. Tnis 1e port p ovbles fr a Dis trict Conference, to lie composed of an eclual number of Layimnu ad Cl,rn. Al.o, 1ro viding for the ctoof f our Laymen by the District Con ference to t thurch m the Annual Confe-rence,n.d te flcilon of an equal number of' Laymn by, t Ann1:dI Confer enec to represent 'he Clheb . the General Conference. Tis is z.e pian of 1.y representa tion, which wil :lubtance be alote, a ma jority fp-oing the ObTe. The min-rity of this Committee as-kcd leave to submit a ctUnter r part to morrow morning. -A memorial relating to the ordiration of local preachers, was read and referred to the Coanit tee on Revisals. A resolution instructing the Board of Forei4n Missions to establish a post. in Califo, nia for the Chinese, was read and referred to ...

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 May 1866

ay FATAL POW IN MfIP'IS-%'P111SM A riot occurred thij evening, betyeen the police nen and negro soldiers, growing i!:- of an at tempt of the officers to arrest a ;hlte man whom the negroes atten d to protect. Abocut thirty policemen kept. cp the fight for two hours with J50 negroes. The row was finally quieted by the 16th Regiment of Infantry. One policeman was killed aud three wounded; eight or ten negoes were ki!._d and several wounded. MEMPHIs, May 3.-FURTHER FRO"T TIE MEMPHIs a RIor.-About thirty hous;'s, occupied by colored people, and all the school houses in South 3em phis, were pulled down or burned last night. Ten .negroes were killed during the lav. Fverythiig is quiet this morning. The negroes fled to the woods last night, but are now returning. MILITARY CoMMISSioNS AND CocR. 3ARTIAL "Go-NE UP."-W.ASRINoTON, Mlay 2.-Ai Order -has been issued fromi the War Department, by direction of the President, declaring that mi:1Ltary .commissions and courts martial are not author ize...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 May 1866

Toe Stretv" tie !:Sn;i a1, And pour : O'er miser' .theredS: r ni To cheer tho ei-:t> (1r Sa7.CeSS To dry the orrhni's teir And setie the hle;ivt ih broi:en, To 1reat,he in sorri 's cr Kindl r,is, ii bindsa 5pnen - Thi. is the Mt-o 'S p:l-r, T i rear, I os he:" t; In wisdoim, strel)g11, aud U-eauty. To practice virtce's law, And in hei moblte ciie Advnince where'er she lead 'ei, To curb the he!dlong ecri_e And benid i:-,t, rnloc To reason's n,illdd iin This is the 2.Axons art, etc., e.c. To shield a brotlr's fame From enivy Na:,'1 (Ics-ruction, A i prove thil. TEUTH'- our aim In .pizi, aIn ctio To trust in God itrouga ill The danger and reiition, W hich to biQ lw Tm . fil,i in trid and prbtati: This ix th' 3:sos p'rt, A J1a,-O') b, /' Thixrr tie p,irs L'Iart in W;.u!o), S/ia b, u- .4 'z& For t7i Hera!<4. Contributions from the What Not (ub. No. C Th-e Benerolenre of the Age -Money MUany Thei benelne of the age is renlia d:e. Ju I,ig froi the great n1u111',br of sclemcs for ...

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 May 1866

47. L, A I-~ S - - - By TRO3. F. & andti The ro\ ' t If ofr-'. )) t ail o% allnt'::::.N L . - - - entdeC MISs ta-e, 1*-: 'ti ta .a 2 U: oad Unf r state ofN-0 : few -Ii!ie r.ens, grazi a Stidge a rc: 1 et )On \\ ti t -North ri eer,m,4 t, x,i,it It rivv d> - ti - znd [1 -d road to cl ()-, ports (f - - - opposc -- of th:tt M 'v 10 \ Ir i Oe ao the ti'i the wAy (f orth Lt C: C brod' 10-' thith teri0 . 3Jt - - thie great e . ,11':C2 bv -C -* .cniticrt d tt -that~ I. a p :..X ren, n;I at.1 , wu I II.') feral il[:Gre.. coat wa - Tazilr0 1 The ctt1lo iunevi!aIe : and was l.: ecrrII'0 over Which th king could exec ever, tne w;ar 8 Dencd x;-.c COmeIiIlrL211, :0 take ::t., - - force the Sj.e I state t0a >tate Nf ::tC of the Ie K>. repi.d to C'.e '. with the N't:.I:.*. 'on thle borders kere then eis t t - - - them pri t -. . . the en1 Incht. r .4 I. K - t u --t **0. i - I C : -Z - Itt - ii I'' - *f --. . L! U!lt IEG 1.....0 - \.EA?Y 11 u - -1- -. \ t t t!. te C nt::n *s i : tii!r 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 May 1866

New r York Correspm eee ol C-aC ,ca C.-ZH.z-r. .For all this, I presume, the eoler w' t " its abode in town wihinever it s't.'; :s coIve nience. The best pysicia:ls cot x t te appearance of the ease is only elayed by the presment spell of cold weather. Within -zn d:,' after steady heat begins, the c!o!ra w! out in spots all over the c;tV, :1n, by ' t of June, it will become epidemie. These n: dictions are not in accordance, howcver, with ,he opinions of the Herald, which did its best Erst to create a panic, and now uz-gues that there iNiil hQe no cholera here this yealr. The lame and inpotent conclus:on arriverl at abv the Congresszonal R-econ-true:ion Connice 4as excited the general derinion c ti ( Nw : press. Only one paper-the Trintie--spp &eConiniittee's report, and does it gr!ml)1i, 'too, because it wanted neo :":-,, e I Times, the Seward-Weed orga: Iad Veryr leader on the subject, which cole.ey demo. ished the pesition of the Comittee I even more vigorous in it- denunCitie...

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 May 1866

The following is an extract from a late Get, Vrder: "The State Diztricts of Orangcburg, Sumter, lershaw, Richland, Lexirgten and Newberry are hereby announced as the territorial limits of, and will constitute the Military Post of Columbia. Headquarters at Columbia to be commanded by CoL J. D. Greene, Gth U. S. Infantry, with Com pany ' H," 5th U. S. Cavalry, Companies "H" and "K," 6th U. S. Infantry, and lloar compaies of the 15th Maine Volunteers, as a garrison.' PmRSOKAL.-We were pleased to mect on yes terday, Gen. A. C. Garlington, Adjutant Gene Tal of South Carolina. fie gives a cheering ac count of the aspect of things in our sister State. Gov. Orr is "runninz the niachine" to the satis faction of the people, and in !;armo:y With the 'reconstruction pelicy of the President.--Augu ta Constitutionalist. The Masonic fraternity of St. Lous, Mssorr, has resolved to commence the work of erectiz A grand temple in that city at a cost of noW less than $100,00.. FINANCIAL AND0 COMMERCIAL...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 May 1866

Ban Rice Before the Reeop-struetion COM mittee. The Committee on Reconstruction s!ill p.' sists in suppressing the mos' im*ortant t-e, mony elicited before it. Dan E> has --edy beetn on a circus tour throCihot-V rebellious States, and ha, h ol ruh as afforded to few, for uh ir m the con dition of the Southern pT to i.a'u. His testimony will be found to shoW he true feeling that exis in the Su"uth rhen the im crust of pretended loyalzy is meute izavnad true character is reveled u undr te exhilcr ating influeice of a m geie, when :m stands in the presence f the untameu forces of nature, separated therefrom only by the thin partition of an iron cage. Mr. Rice, be ing duly sworn, testitied thus Q. You have an uiruly animal, known as a pet mule, with your circus, havc you r.ot ? A. I have. Q. What are the idiosynerasmes of that beast? A. Ile is much ien to hch ing. Q. It is ahnost impossible to ide him, is it not? A. Tt is. I generly ofr.r ,23 to any man who will ride him round tie ri...

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 May 1866

,tA IUr nv! 7 4 > n TERMS-1,5 FR S 1 MONThIS, IN ADVANCE.U NEWERRY S3 C.- WEDNE$ ) , M 2, VOLUME IL. THEI HERALD 'S PU3LISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. II., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, EDITOKS ANI PrItUrl'ETORs. IRMS, P1,50 FOR IX MONTII, ETITER IN CUIIENCY QI11 _N lR)VIS'oNS. (Payment required invariably in ardvance.) &Advertisementrs,inserted at ,1,.i per sTare, for Marr~.age notices, Fm:,,rali; ittoJ m m is and CommunicationS ot personal interest cha:-ged as advertise:nents. I am Ding. I am dying, dar'ing, dying, and mv pulses slovlV beat, Soon life's tide will fast fiow fron me-even now the waves retreat. I am going, dear one, going, but 'tis joy-I wil not gntive I'll not ask the grim old mo::s:er, Death, to gran:t me a reprove, For I cannot live without thee. What is this whole world to me With it's riches, pomp and sp'enior, if 1 canno: be with thee ? 'What would be a throne-a kingdom, if I knew that I must not Share it with thee ? Alh then none wculd envy ...

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 May 1866

Tsz Sr.Y Law.-h . il be a s-x a r: rebet. .1:a cot): a Vao: meoy r to the pe *' i i . o M 'Ii t ti I ;,a ..-r v V A . --e Swth lk, o i., coueurzaina'v -.isoe ~ '~" -vhirab!v mnad :.. .2 - -a' %-he fir t W1 . 01h".!ild hw, brio:,-n - ' Mutbr. ot:' i a ., it doscti. teci a' 0ih ! Co' v -tle o'itl""P OeltedSates. T po-w3tgrovund.te o a n -' -I-r.ISe ireti- a a - ' a " porrt the r, tea u 3tav ov - - - i z' ; te'r t proce.ses. hi sonl.Tswellas .Lg"'a (.ror,. to- refore, jg a<-o veid. A,1l th-se gonsaeEI .a uiecet y Mirrr.iu. *. Thewa: a ' grea reseavh, : a : .H , , - \ uiti 7plut- trle 'e'e : . : , every jt.gme:', V. v ee y. The nii (Af Mr. Loa: :,:h r edly !ogical. H1i- m h :,!i-: guage 11:eicom*aane:.e yg ta.mte and propricty. 1 e credit by this pt- !i:i:e,, c'.d :he p of the S-ate wuneh - 'rt". A inom m: chieotus, l,aw V: IS 'a a :V I 1e' ona legisl.tic,; i e u n :e %--rt the UdieW ou1 61- e 'l: t:lt:avt great p u ]! a :: . vn dent;ig.. ia . 'adr.t I and tamaperd w!!i l j- - apt ti...

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 May 1866

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