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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 November 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. No. 44. THE HERALO 1i vLISD. EVERY WEDNESDAY MOtNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F, & I, H, ronoker, Editors sad Proprietors. Invariably in Advane 0' Tht papor is stopped at the expiration of imto for whichs it is paid. r 'i H nark denotes expiration of sub OURS. It chanced on a beautiful summer night, When the moon was young, when the stars were briglit, And the blossonms slept in the tender light, And dreamed of the zephyr's sighs, That a wondrous spell in our home was wrought, Of hopes and fears and bewildering thought, By a fairy flower that an angel brought, From the gates of Paradiso. The south witd fluttered its perfumed wings, And essayed the song that the bulbul sings; And the firefly sparkled in mystic rings, Like lamps at a fairy ball; 'he young leaves, whispering sweet and low, In a tongue that only Dryads know, Mado love to the waves that danced below Tn the chant of the waterfall. ''he cloud-ships lay in the far-ofl' 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. — 2 November 1870

Wednos day. Novem'r 2, 187U. T Delinquents. .y wee"k will be Sale-day. There wil he a large crowd in town. M:my of that number owe us, F'or subscription,s, for admini,trator's naam:, lankript Ioties, etc. 'Thev have becn indebted to us f->r Vo hawv; wvaitcd l,org. Are wiing still. We :vc streugad on that line all .unacr. Arc a;nut .e:i-1.:. Und":r these circum.,tances we beseech you to cn'1 and sttt:e. Xonday'sxeeting. A meectihz of the citizens of this coun t it wi:i be ~orne in mind, has been mrlled for on Monday next, (Sale-day). Ii it importa:,t that there be a full at tenrdance here on that day. We hope every iina who is able to turn out wtil da so. The Votc of ?aw'berry County. We deCn it unnecesary to give the count t.f th; varits box:es in detail. Suffi;e it to say that there were forty -five hundred arid sixty votes cast,- and that c! this 'n.her Scott, 2,915 Judge Cairp2::t:r r\cieed : 1,645 rIadical :.jiri-., 1,270 Awmi thre being hut a very small nuin ber of spit tick...

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 November 1870

Excursion Tickets, G:ENVILLE~ a COLUMBIA R. R. CO, COLLi:!:, S. C., Octibt:r :5, 1 7. For the accon:odaiion of Visitors and Deltes to :he r:irs to be held at Char ?tston, ot, abi: and A::derson, and to the Gr.:ad Lodw, A. 1'. M., -t Ciarescton, du.r ing the" tonth of Noenbher, this Corpanv w m1 f-:: F FiEi' i.ETIRN TRANSPoR. T.TION to l'aszen:ers fra:n ALL STA TION: on this Ro.l, for COLlBliA, froim Oeteber Sth ')to \ovem.ber 21st, in en-ve, nl for ANI;E t)i ON, from Novem ber I-t to ->t:, ir h ive. The privi"e to re:tur fre will not be aliowed to 1'asi+tn; er. wh!o take the trains -: -ations where Tickes are sol, u:iless the: IrehT:' Tcits fro:n he .\gent. Jr' I. MORE. Gen. Supt. M. T. GcrI.ar, Genera.d Ticket .\gent. Oct. _'u, lr-:rjt. In the Probate Court-New berry. .lmsY. Il.tris vc. W. P. I:.arris, tiarn'1 Cannon, et al. It appearing to myr satisfuction that Sa rah C. E. DeWalt, the children of Eliza Swindler, the wife and child of Simeon If. H.trris and Munro M. Harris, dis...

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 November 1870

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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 November 1870

TH'E~ERA'D' IADVER'TfSINC RATES, T HE HERA LD IS URGHED/ ril for .nd h tth,sequIent inser-tion. D90b..* EVERYWEDNEDAY M-NINGcolumn~ adrertisemen ts ten jper centO io .or EVERYr N-ices of meeinEoDitarie' ani tribut.-G At Newberry C. H., reteet<. SpcI Ioe in Iou coum I cjt By Thos. F. & R, 1o wreneieker, Edi tors and Proprietors. eofnsrinwtlr epintl 1% -- - a~nd charged accordingy. TERM , $ PE MA Ff3Sp.eci:d ertracts matde with Isrge otecr TIvariabiy in Advance. - - e , wah liberal deductious on above rts ilre for whic:t -oWDIV9 No. it Done WtD ESDd .ispOch. Thcy; mari: denotes expiration of zub- *o.l * Cripion. Our Answer. The Charleston Rl"'publican says: -The Columbia Pheuix says it is time to let he negro 'severely alone. and p)ut forth all energies to ,ectre white emigration. "How does that journal think that the barbaruus murder of the white imrmigrant. Powell, at Lau rens. wiil aiteet such of his former neighbors as might be inclined to -move to our State ? The very firs...

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 November 1870

Wednesday, Kwem) 4, IW70. Special Notice. The Towns-hip Clabs of New:crry, are re% qaested tr send dclegasb to the county Cab meeting, to be held in ttis to-.a on Monday, 14th. ?;csine-: of :mpor:ar'-c will be tran sacted, and it is desired that every club be represented. J. K. G- NANCE, Pre-. S. Pour, Sec. Badali n at the NoTh. The N.rthern pcople are now expe ri:ncing a tste of Radicalicrm imilar to what has cursed the South for so lung a time. Tt oops in nrge numbers are now being se- : -New York by the Federal Ge- erna.e:at flr the purpose of ntii dating its citizens and co:t:rol!ing the eiections. Sauce for the goose as well as the gander. County meeting. The meeting of which announcement was ma de in la.t isne. was held in Meaem. Mayes & Mar tins'new store room, on Monday last. It was .largey attended. Col. I. Moormian was c:iled to the Chair, and Capt. Jos. Ward, requested to act as Secretary. Two committees were appoint ed, which made reports in reference to imapor tant ...

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 November 1870

IMPORTANT XOTICE TO SUMERS OF DRY GOODS, $etail Orders amounting to $20 d Over Delivered in any Part of the Country E OF EIPRESS CHARGES. TON EASTER & SONS, 09- BALTIMORE, MD., the better to meet the wants of their Customers at a distance, have established a SAM PLE BUR EAU, will upon application, promptly send by iil hies of S'mplee of the Newest and Fushionable Goods. of FRENCH. ENG, DUMESTIC XA.UFACGURE,guar atall times to sell as low, if not at less than any house in the co -ntry. our goods from the largest and most manufacturers in the different parts of S and importing the same by Steamers di itimore. our stock is at all times prompt with the novelties of the London and - kets. - and selI only for casb, and make no we are able, and willing to sell our _ Oao Tt. To Fzrraai Pia Caaa, 1r than if we gave credit. in- for samplesspecify the kind of goods - aeep the best grades of every class from the lowest to the most costly. unaccompanied by the cash. will be sent Pr-PAYING WH...

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 November 1870

GOOD FOR SOMETHING. BY EAt.EY MAY. "I3oon-r i:-Nos-; 'i! , son, Papa talls me; jes for f::n, I duess-for, mm, 00 say I dood for :u:nin all ec Cay." And-so you are, my preeioUL oue, Fltli of misehief, love, :n1d fun ; Good to fill our '.eart. wit. ov OUr .darlir little:,lue-" }t'd boy : Good to clutter up the rooml Good to r'idC at:e t:'. TU'm Good to tip my bask: "'r, Rolling spoo., zbot the ..or; Good-top-611 the hay's And n:ake a nor; o" trf ttry ch.:; Good to tumble on th- t*.n*r, Aid' shozt poo: fitgers int,: dor A Lood to w e :r out little s< c, .And i mmm's watx and thimle lose; G ood "dear da:pa'. " -! c lks to lide, Atd.on his f..ot t "take a ide ;' Good, when let out, doors to play, To ope tie gate :,nl r: auay ; Good to watcl for "1"::pa :tnb" And clap wee hinds n!.e: he gets Io::e Good to climb up a:. his knee, And iaugh and shout with boyish :-lc; Gopd, when wearied out with play, ronr head on mamma's lap to lay, Qbikteeady now to be undressed, And in her arms he b:ll...

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 November 1870

THE HERAsLD AVERTSINC RATES. 25 FBI,IREDAIverti ements. inserted at1 the rate of $1 M ,) ! S ~ L J 3 E Dc u wun u a d v e rtiw m n h ts te n p e r c en t o n l a h Q 5e. fM At WEDNESDAY MO.NI.NG, Ntices armeeting,oituariesand tribute At Newberry C. II.9 $y Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Seoes in toc.d oum e em AC hver ties in omarke coith the num Editors and Proprieors. Invariably 'n Advatce. ST , paper f stepadx-d at the expiration of ie for afrielr it is paid. Vol.m jCa-h.MR " j Yol. TS c c Don trc made with vl aWE G N.adBer. er~~emar Vol.escxpVI. nofWEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1870. - NO.4. ve s'i: THE LIGHT IN THE WINDOW. "I'll keep the light in the win dow, Sandy, till you come back." "Never mind, mother," said the boy, standing at the door in an uncertain. slouching kind of way ; "I might be late." "It's dark along the lane," said the mother, "and a bit of candle light would be ill spared if you got a tumble by it. I'll keep a candle burning till you come back." She was a ...

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 November 1870

We dn3sav rr. 8 U, The ',e K. Scott r.:eeived . .i v:tLS. i)r i ArdI I. Ca rpen:it':e 5:1,.:;1. DauJ. Ransier,8,5,an M.:.I r - 1 The tte here is recorIed thu-: For Sco-ttt:.'ia;Ca e.e 0 n sier 299;Bt:r105 In tce third Ct gr.::,tita li-it EF,iitt rcctived: 2 , )'i a.i 1;;n(!,, i37 votes. The vote at N hioerry : - livtt 2,'!K3 Bacon 1,J'1. The Survivors' Neeting At C' *ujrbiaL last wete wS r+:ipe a su1cces{s. TiTe attert11hn*; wRi lar,. Geni. PreSt)n -di-.ered a j-- 2iu.er.t a:.d thrillitg aidre::. L-.:t us pre.,ervc the n>bie records of th'e dprartin; decae'l, its whose vears of b smwie ,trife, th, hE . e,t types of val,r, vi1t:e and p r:otismt. were revealed, ati sublseqiet:y croWn ed by a passive enlirance of wrong which has chaidvlgel tie ad:-irati' fr a wcorbi. -Furl :hat banner, 5oftly. elowy, Furl it ;:n"lv for 'ti: L oly And it droop= at>ove rLI de&!: Touch it not. unfurl it never, Let it re-: tiere fu,led foreve, For its peop;e's hopes are 0'. But let us gather the ...

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 November 1870

UmaL'S.-FreneLh i' t rr of *:!e V; . t>ldi' Fqul, Gbswo :m W aTuut 'SCT r5.i.S.-Gui-!,a.ger acrt nu do!ee otf aell d.eser;pri.iusiFEye (2!Isse. ii i (d1 I,bber an.1 Tor!ti.e She!! Fr.ue . wip:: s. :i I i I n p: LLJ e , W itth. tli,e r '.ttt, or. S:i L ; li' Ji-:w EL-E -Gtd p; l and i t een e :I ialtf :i t,e s o +e>- XeS -Fr P: d. , 1::r O iA.s, e ca . b Cle :' , : i j, G, o.:d Chane!aittt. -i R-ber,TAh!, P.-rui :!, :aoui.cr Jw Wund era. en. , & \c. ;Lx E B1 n .ullr a - o rtois !t _I '.:r i:N.'E S J'. DRY .. est ad ri ll; I oe t7til (h ( r l: t : .: , ": .l' Il t : 1n U t 't,~ Ga:::r (i, oI'rr a:! i iy Par Pin BLTI, &c.MD a tardl Pt.:, Salt Spoon. t::,! Laadh,l b F u}:-.-TI'.ulle,, I),":eertu and reuaktast. KNSt ES -D,'sert, 'ilt, l te F,i.sh, S Se'-, Il" IPte:r, C N b.tAls and GJob lets. '. tCT TS.-Siltr :ttmd lat Fruit Stt+ndls,Cae a. :.Pi;. an ,Coe Ma -ers, 'reatl 1;'vlt. - i n ii ttr D iles W .iiters. k.,. W1ILLI.I 1[ (;L. F hne doour NQ.t! (, ,_'th .,:, l .:ms t G,...

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 November 1870

LET IT PASS. Be not ;,wift to tae et.c ' . Let it pas, Anger is a foe to sense ; Let it ra-s Br,ot,d n( ti.,rkiy o'er a w W hich a:V . di ppear 'er , im g ; Rather si:,g tis cheery song I.et ii as: ,; r.rrdr Let i,:t ioi Let :s As the .reg:"rde'd Hitid, Le. :it pass. Atv r;:- ar souls that live, Mayr: clwetun ithout repriee; 'Ti: the :oblIe who for::ive Let it pass, Let it p ! Echo n:o a: angry word ; Let it pass: Think how often you hs" ;rred .ice our jor must pass awny, Like the de%drops on tl,e spra.", Whcrefore lhould our w rn r,y ? Let thet pass Let them pass! If for good you're taken ii1, Let p . Time at hit makes all things si:ight ; Let u. not r.ent, but wait, Antd - trittn,h .h: he greaL Let it pass' L tpas! Literal Answ ers. A lady noticed a buy sIpiikling salt on the sidewalk to ta lke off the ice. and rer.arked to a fri.nd, pointing to the salt "Now. that's (,enCe'lentt. "No, it ain't," aid the bE y'. somewhat int'gnant, -it's sa!t." So when a lady asked her se!r vant gi...

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 November 1870

THE HERALD ADVERTSINC RATES. IS Sverti,.ements insertBdatLthe raeof$1 50 Is rut.isi.:Dp-r square-one inch--for first insertion, and -- 51 for each subsognent insertion. Doubb EFERY WEDNESDAY M0 NING, - column adverti.ements ten per cent on above. -FT n 9 N.tices of meetings,obituriesandtributes A'NWhri .II,..- f respcec, same rates per square as ordiunary '/~~J~ &Jl~:~ ~. ~ Spc~adv otiee nts. lco~n 2 et By Thos. F. & . H. GrenekeP, -oeincaola2en Ei. tors and Proprietor4. Avrieet o akd ihtenm --R2,t hr of inertios will be kept in Ar e forbid S Es *. GI, I nd eharged, accordingly. ~' ~ "'" 'Spe*cial contrtacta made with large adver InmribfoirAd zexpir tion o - - tisers, -- ~-~ w:tt liberal d'ut son aboe rater. Th. pe; er lR etopt-ed a,the expiratiori of j-._ _ - - __ - - __ . --- - " - - - ._ __ . __ ._ - - pdcs. Vol. VI. W EDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 18 0. No 47. Dne with Nesness and Dispatch, Crioption-fl Tcrms Cath. THE DROPPED LETTER.1 if It- is -a saying that "truth is...

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 November 1870

Wednesday, Novem'r 23, I87O. The Public Meeting Aonounced for last Monday has been postponed until Sale-day in December, when it is -desired that a full represen tation from all the townships v ill meet. In this connection we state also that the nr-eting of the town club called fur this Wednesday afternoon, will be post poned till a!ter the public meeting in Sale-day. Demooratic Gains. South Carolina has lost, by one of the greatest systems of fraud ever known. and which is admitted now by the lendir.g radicals, after the election is over, hut it is consoling that the cause of honesty against oppression and dishonesty is gin ing largely elsewhere. New York has gone l)emoceratic by a large majority. The next Congre,s will he as follows, Democrats. 108, Radicals 122, Indepen pendients 3. Is not this cause for con' gratulation ? Pomeroy's Democrat UIs the largest circulation of any po litical paper in the world. It is thor oughly Democratie ; containa, each week. politieal editorials f...

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 November 1870

STOVE&UTOVE& AND HOUSE-FURN!SHING G001), ISILEI PL E1'S 1f :4 Ms COLUMBIA, S. C. The sibscriber respectful cals 'tttentio: to his e:tn<ve Lao:ent of Sperio STOYES. of all pattern, and hi. verY are stock o- hotseeping articles, all of whic he is prepared to Ofier at Reasonable Prices. Among ahich can h, focun every arett of Store, from the l:r-est Cook lR.n;te to the smellest and n.'atest Heater for parlor and u.ice. Togeih.'r with the latest and awst improved familr IIeaters and Cooking StoTes, And the COTTON PLANT wi;lh extensiot top improved. Be"ides these he is we'l furnished witi beautiful MARBLE MANTLES. Elegant TOILET WAliE, cheaper that ever beore offe..red. A:,d IIO'SE.FL'RNISIIG GOODS in al desirab:e and hny article,, known to the trade, and whieh no lady keeping house can see without desiring to po.es. A '.entiful lot of FAMILY SCALES. And every article in the Tin line. And last, but not least, the Universal Wringer and Dotr's W. her, one of the eost complete la...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 23 November 1870

A )ream of a Dead Face. R .r. :r o a. V t . w i:,. o:ai :.. tO rl I !,t"t) r..i t . vt tr t' Where . 'e ie o ae rea W o ,tew..veA tre:l d 0 i:.v fet thi.re rOi ,l td l = e i ?e T .1? ,t . f.. r l i:h:rr tr. tlt: r C ' l i . hues. o : 1:y1 in ho a lg!aofday, 'i;. le to ., .i y evih- I h-.i my "nr, "T.- rr." i cri , , i vi: g hope : "U "!hell ! th.tt me("+ran t l"k theC lon!t.% shutre, Where ar- tiie friends tll't ome to us nc n;ore The passioia-e question died Alen the ocemn side, Spurned by dildaiiii:lg waves to t:i.:k di grace ; When, lo! a stream of light Dazz'ed my mortal sight; The pale pitik shell became a p"tde pink face And eves I fbltdly knew, wi:h light di vine,. Smiled gentle ermueories as ti+ec looked b t:lin. Tme n!ttroir rOw iltich cane Mv ~ retle Ss oul to tane Wai ninsic sweet of sofrly t iispei:tz lips "O friend, cuml+ain r;o n:ure! Sde on a h:appy shore 3!ests the dcar frei:ht of all thy su:,.e Whet!:er ti:ce fretfil ives recde o To us , t t duntli teytond t:tm x1 i...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 November 1870

~1THE kERp4,I~ ADVEWRI~ SATES. ___ A~?vertrmemeDs LSeT~d attbexiu oE& ~ P F~A NA ~ 1?~c~w ? ~L~~L~L!i K ; S~edm. uotz~s Zn ~ ~ uus i~jm~p &p.~ ~ ~< / _ ~ rsa.~s. ~ 4 ~T~rthe~scb ee ~aI wf& wuuu -~ ( a~w~)l b~ kqi k.WI fo-t'm~t au1e~4w~ed mceor~3.gIy. ~ I-. ____________ ______________ ______ _____ _____ ___________________________ - ~ _____________ _____ ____ _____ __________________________ ~b~StdS2~1kN15 O-a)~Ve w~s ~ ~u-~ ~ ioi. -V-I. 1L~''iq LALDIIiIX 4U. 1~1iJ. No. 48. 1 - THE DYiNG Y EAR. A-e ffdeVn ^ 3rO .. ;..wn : a n~ Z,A 7 . 14 Wa 01:, .:. I c;a ti to h l ''.; . . P THE DEAD LETTER. empyarin a'"" cie i::theC. ha nxt n.rote an : e clee Grto : se.--n : t:t:t ae nye h:mu to thi o: c. T ate-i s W: ~ . ca--.. -- .a ~jeEearifg N:viwyn - Ge I reet-ied awamei,ef young wi!e. a roy a:- :2 nette. and inmther. L The next mornin~ after :mv attGr:at asked m to aSccyO an him o the oin e. Sis rathr U::! hr.I w." sa.id Le. V: ya may to find ,..:a:hing among . etters to ams V'...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 November 1870

e y, Novem'r 30, 187O. 8Wep the 7raa3 ]W!ore the People. The Rep-biican admits that there wer, fraid ominitted in the late election, but holds that in stite of the iflleal votes, Gowersor Sc,tt received enongh to give :a harso:to uajority. We can nat admit thr latter cluse. In the case of Newtcrry, for instance, a simnp?e rrit;i a:etical .cakulatior will show that the aadical up-ority,-after deducting the :11uan<er of votea got cast at all, and add ing the illeal votes which cero ca:st, orer'ard above the census return-was not any at al. Take Noaberry then us a fair criterion of this unfair' election of thirty-one counties, and which it is claimed g ve over tw"lve hundred radi cal majority, and where is Sco':'s :n jorit.y Echo an'iwers, where ? 'V e askk weri not the Reform candidates fr the Legislature, as well as the County of ficers for Newberry, elected,accordirg to allpr inciples of right, truth and honesty? No other view in the case can be taken. We sen no natice of protest...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 November 1870

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Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 November 1870

- ~ ~ N M1 i X iA .j I . Po 3111.211:19 New Yhk, is un- ot the mst. readie.o: e nOrIberr' mazines. adti Iblegtant,t;Ttn-e. It contains more ma:tcr than any other of like price, and of geo4 charnmeter. 'lae De cembeir numbcr alrea,1y -received -Price 34 per annam. B1 cuka'S MAG.Z1C. an ill:strated do, -art mat.by, is rrceived for November. and give,..a variety of very in:ere:'ting artCle t. It is altogether q'ti;e ni to the mark in or i* ual and prortre"aive matter. For snberp tou send J. A. Beecher, Trent:on, N. .J. let iteV witlt fit etnchoec. DEYoREsT's Yt- AMF.nicA. for Dec'm Da. is %p;r;Sing as ever. Provident father, and mothers, who wish to etltivare the met ta1 appetites of their eb"iitre:r ~nd provide t for their amu:sement. will 'ind a rich fcax.t for boys and girTs in 'ach succ:ssive z'sce * r1 oimg Aerica. The Dece,o'er nntu!-r. besides it-s usual arraV of t-nterratin;ng torie< engr-tvings, puzzles, mu.c, poem". e:tC.. ht' a comp ete 'uit of afnii-"iz,e pitierna or a d...

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