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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 February 1871

AT ' HE END OF A PIPI Sitting to-night in my chi tber, A bacheloy frigid and lonely, I kiss the end of my pipe-tem That; and that only. Reveries rise"with the smoke-wreaths; ., Memiories tender surround me ; Girls that are married and but.d Gather around nme. Sehool-gi:Is in pantalets romping Girs that have grown to be misses Girls that liked to be kissed, and L'ked to give kisses, Kis..s-wel I remember them -4o.e in the coraer were fleetest; Swee; were those on the Sly, Those in the dark were the sweetest. Annie is gone on a mis-ion ff to the South Sea sinners ; Nell is a widow, keeps boarders, and Cooks her own dinners. Charjtte, ana Sasan, and IIattie, 3Iarv, Jane, Lucy and Maggie; Four are married and phnp-two - Maiden and s:raggy. -Cai-rie 1 dead! Bloom sweetly, Ye n,ignonttte5, over her rest! Her I loved dearly and truly, The last -:d the best. Thus:l sit .smoking aail thinking, A bachelor fri;id and lonely; I kiss the end of my pipe-sten That, and that oty. A husbard in Balti...

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 February 1871

T H EN E RA L DADVERTISINC RAt$5. TIME HERALD Ad1vertis'ements inserted at the rate cf1.50 Ys PUBLISHED p r Square-one inch-for frst $1 f>r each subsequent insertion. Donbk SER DESAY30RIN,columna&dvertisemnitsten percent on above. EFSBi tVEDNESDAY MOR~ING fIS6,wu f~n - Notices of meetings, obituaries and tributes it Newberry C. II., Ir ne rates per seuare as By Tbu, P. & R. H. Greneker, t " oer an2:n Editors nd Proprie:ors. - - s t a rases ss e e s.vU.t,act m;'e.' z ri d Euraiabl in dvane. -tisers, with liberal deductions on abofe rate. !'miably in Advance. Q Th paper " Rtopped at the expiration ofP time for ipaid. Vol. VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1871. No. 6. DonewithNeituessandDispatch. The--m denotes expiration or -ub- sCh. cription.__________________ THE DARK HOUR. "I cmt stand it any longer, Jane; t1 go out., and pcrhaps +sometang will turn up for us." "It's a cool night, Robert." "CeM, yes ! But its not much 'colder ,utside than in. It would a, oen much bett...

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 February 1871

I.ar. 18YE The gt i,. " of th "riri(' pape conain he( f t. J. W1. Fr gas'n, v ho, .. n ; u::t.1 Cu-td. of th edUItrT":1. d ,1 'iln t (i: f i e 'il: I, i 1 ises t, keep it ;: to it fo'n. r e.rt:,, stan f.:. I '':e .ei :. i :0 .d i' i .im our 'e.t w. . 1v:ws V. re. Go en. ...'t b- .:re , y r fli! !:er, the sum of five :unI' dolhir. f,-r the apliehen.,i,a nud safe le livery of the pers : "r er s .'o plr petrated the de-rue'.>. of ci:r t.w t1i-: (Mr. A. U. .'a f.. l) preper.'y, no ticed in, full last week, :a.d the suml o threeiundred for t:" arre,t of the n r (erer of the :(ev. i. M. i o. e 1:hi (1neS C1?m . Tt I,n h ie L: : 't to j:stice Tie Gvernor ma. - ha mna.'e the iatter re--. ard al c td 1 !s Tn tl.is i-ue we .ee th I.ire U se:din (nt a c: u : en:r:.. of the I':lc Guano Com:pany, fur:.ihed by Mr. .1. N Robson, the sci;ing acrnt, in Charleston S. C. Our frmniers wii1 read it i nrefu:ly and find much to repay them in the nu mer.ous testimotials given by we. knon perso:.s e. ho ...

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. — 8 February 1871

4II, OLIHURI ..RohIvilo, Spartanburg Co., S. 0. $iv. TIlUS. $.WARD VUITE, Principal, assisted .by. competent and experienced Teaebers. The next Session hegi-tu on the itMONDAY, (6th) OF FEBRUARY. TEItMs PER SES$ION OF FIVK MONTHS: Board, iieln.ding wathhng, - fuel and S ig hts .. .................... $62 0 T.nition,rimary..... ........... 10 0) Intet'nediate..................... 15 00 )n"t;uifrttciig Anci ut and Modern Lan. guages, and iligher Mathenat cs 20 00 - usie................. ......... 20 00 use of' PIiato..... ............... 2 50 atriculation... . ........ 2 00 -y- order of the lionad of Trusteea, W. A. IIARRISON, See. & Trees. Feb. 1, 5-2t. Important to Cotton Planters. The Maryland Fertilizing and Manufactur. lng Company have prepared a Specil Fortil. Iser adapted to the Cotton Plunt under the name of Cotton Food!!! which they claim to be of the highest grade Of Fert'Iiz r sold in the South, Equal in its Results to PeruviaGuano, And pf more permanent benefit to 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. — 8 February 1871

A Little One's Talk with the Stars. Yo little twinkling starq, that shine Above my, head so high, If I had but a pair of wiags, I'd join you in the sky. "I do not know how old you are, Or whether%you ett -pe4k ; But you may twinkle all ni;ht long, And play at hide and seek. "Oh, tell mue, littl.- stars, for mth I wonder, why you go The whole night long from east to west, So patiently and slow." "We have a Father, little child, Who guides us on our way ; We never question when He speaLs We listen and obey." A RADCAL JOCRNA.S OPINION OF otWC NICE RADICAL LEGstsL.Tws.-The ellort to create sentiment against Governor Scott, of South Carolina, is chiefly by the more prominent white and colored men elected as Republicans to the House of Representatives. The reason of their present hostility to him is that they cannot make him a willing servant in their corrupt schemes. Could the House of Representatives l-ave full swing it would plunderand squandier the entire iesources of the State. But t...

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. — 8 February 1871

SUPPLEMENTARY SHEE SUPPLEMiENT. PAcIFIccL JOH J. N. ROBSON, Selling Agent, CHARLESTON, S. C. ESPECIAL NOTICE TO ' .- . 'TER,S IT is important for Planters to keep ii mind that Soluble 1acific Guano is brough into market by the Pacific Guano Con ,pany ONLY ; and that it must not be con founded with any other fertilizer to whicl 1 similar name has been given, with thi prefix of any manufacturer's name, such for example, as A. D. or S's Soluble Pa ciio Guano; all such are encroachmenti upon the legal trade-mark of the Pacif Guano Company, and are calculated to do teive consumers desiring the Soluble Pa Cific Guano. Hence we caution planters in ordering supplies, to procure it fron the agents of the Company, or give ape pific directions to their factors to tha fiect. The name of John S. Reese d Co. General Agents, &c:, is branded on th< acks of al l genuine Soluble Paciic Guano hich is the distinguishing mark. Soluble Pacific Guano. What Profit does its Use Pay the Plantei for th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 February 1871

TTESTIMONY. Wo have heretofore repeatedly given to the publi our deductions as to the truth of the proposition, tha the elements of fertility as they are prepared and cow bined in SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, constitute a fei Iilizer of the highest excellence. We have also, fror season to season, laid before the public the to,timon, of a large nubnler of disinterested, coenpetent woitnes the results of separate individual expcrience, as add tional evidenee to the truth of our propositiot Without repeating our deductions, we now preseu an prray of'testimony, in the form of evidence at sulting from recent Crperience, which confirms all, an more than all, we have heretofore claimed. " TW( on TIMEE witnesses" are usually assumCd to I sufficient to establish truth; here we give many tim two or three; hence, if it is not true that this Guan possesses the highest ciceilcnee as a concentrated fei tilizer, huian testimony and rational deductions con bined, no longer constitute cvidence of truth. W...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 February 1871

COTTON AT LOW PRICES AND SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO. It has been said that planters cannot afford to use Guano when Cotton is at present low prices. We propose to show that its use can be dispensed with better when Cotton is 25 cents per lb. than when it brings 124 cents. The profit realized by the planter is exactly the difference between what his Cotton costs per lb. to raise it, and what it nets him in the market. The cost to the planter is governed entirely by the quan tity of Cotton realized from the labor employed and paid for. In other words the cost is governed by the quantity produced per acre. The LABOR employed to cultivate one hundred acres in Cotton, that yields 25 bales, costs the planter precisely the same as though the 100 acres cultivated yielded 50 or 75 bales. If in one ease the product be 25 bales and in another 50, the cost of the Cotton per pound is just double In the former to that of the latter. This is manifestly true. It can be readily perceived, that while at a...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 February 1871

. CORRESPONDENCE CONTINUED. x.rtracts from J. M. SUTUnERIIN's ADDRESS to the Agriauitural and Mechanicat A(ravciation of Butler countp, a, .Aovemtbor 21st, 1870, riz: It is, I think, obvious to every one, who thinks on the subject, that fbrtilizers are now a necessity for this country. In order to show the superiority of a thorough system of culture with fertilizers, and comparatively small body of land, over the old system of a largo body of land of first-rato quality under the most Ia vorablo conditions, I wilt now givo you my experi ence fully and fairly carried out, with a desire to arrive at the best result of which both were capable. I purchased a large plantation of eighteen hundred acres, abou.t one-fourth of which I put in cultivation for cotton and corn, under the able superintendence )f my )artner in the concern, who has the reputa ilon of being ono of the beat and most successful planters in the country. We had eighteen hands Wld thirteen mules for working it, and laid d...

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 February 1871

Tm4 evrtsmel Mnsrte at th_ae f 5 THlE FERALDI is renusnEI) PBolumn adfortiefnen ttD per&EtuatOTe. EVERY WEDNESDA lit feetigs,obitusdt es EVEY EDNSDY O1~IN,of respect, sante rates per square as Odnt At Newberry C. I., adetiisements Speia ntiesin local solumn 20 cents By Thos. F. & R. H. GPenckor . ie ennon ad wih he mum her of inlsertionls will b-e kept in ti tforbia Editors and Propricors. and charged acerdingly. Special contrabts ni-tde with Iarge a'dwr . K ee 6---- ~ tiser., with liberal deductions on above rates. Invariably in Advance. -- - -F- - --x. w t Tt paper is stopped at the expiration of nT with Nesns and Dlqpeh; time for which it is paid. 1 VII.WEDNESDAYTMORNING, FEBRUARY 1 The :, mark denotes expiration of sub- l eIi -riptio-. - - - ---__.. ....___r_- :_____n_n___n__N a ms_of_D_DISh W o m en LOOKING UNDER THE BED. It is the babit of many persons to take a look urder the bed be fore retiring for the night. Mrs. Evergreen, my beloved wife, i: -dulges, if indulgenc...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 February 1871

J?WRRRE 3. QA dednesday. February 1 1 8.W . Th Legsit'e. The General Assemiv having agreed to adou'-o on the first of March, but a short time in k,t for the accomplishment of whatever real work is before that body, vet the days are frittcred away with r. reckiw inditference only knon tO and -practced by it. lt is a ed thing as long as it ass, and pays we.l therefore a stow ttngth is dragged along, which may result in a postponement of adjournment or an extra meettng. A re view of the day's proceedings, or a vtisi; to either branch of the assembly, is con vincing argument that but little real good is done, or intended, by a large ma jority of those present. Some of the fire-eatcrs still hold up the situation and cry for blood, while the more moderate and sensible mczbers oppose strenously the measures proposed, which if persist ed in, r..ust eventuate in making matters infinitely worse. Mr. Leslie tells some plain truths and is outspoken in his de naunci:tions against the imhe-iles ;...

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. — 15 February 1871

THE ATLANTIC PIXPIIITE. The undersigned in offering the above Fertilizer to the Planters of Newberry, feel con fident that its quality is fully equal to the best Fertilizers now manufactured. This a:ngtXfirst year of its sale, they catut furnish any testimonials of its merits; but fel assured that when once fully tried, it will become the favorite fertilizer in the South. Planters are requested to send in their orders as promptly as possible. Mayes & Martin, Ager.ts at Newberry, S. C. Feb 1 7 tf A Pocket Book Containing money has been found, which the loser e;n ha-'e by proving the same, and payi g the cost of advertising. Apply at this olee. Feb. 15, 7-'3t. !YEWY' ARRiVAL OF GROCERIES, FERTILIZERS, &c. WE are now reecivinz a large stock of GROGERIESand FERTILIZERS, purchased for cash in the best markets of the country, which we will sell LOW FOR CASH. We are alco prepared to execute all or ders entrusted to us i the COMMISSION DEPARTMENT, We can supply the Planters and all ...

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. — 15 February 1871

Plain Language by Truthful Jack. Which I ui=h to reimark .: d iy.tngutiage is plaiti That for ways that are dark And for tricks th.;t are vain - Our President-muan is p^culiar ' hich the 'ame I would rise to explain. U-lys-es. his name, An I shall not refe? n re:iird to :he s.ime Wi it i hit mni:ne night infer 1i-tt his Itit S were ":t)ip ' aml cillid-lit', a' rem:irked to Ir. Gharles Siuner. 'Twas December the third, Al! qui: soft Were the skies, Which it nid.t ie inferred Tiat UI s ntas likewise Yet he l.icyd it that day upon Sumner And mre ii a way I desli'e. We had had a snal game, And -lys took a hand San I)omingo the sae ie did not tndt"rstand But he smiled as he talked to us of it, With a smile that was child-like and bland Yet the gtame he had s-alked In a way that I grieve, And imy feelings were shocked, For I could not believe That one all so child-like and simple Could conic it that war to deceive. B,it th. game that he played Wa= ight tip a t-ce, And the ptiints that he ...

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. — 22 February 1871

H H- . ADVERTISINC RATES. THE HERALD esur-n Advertisements inserted atthierateof$1(M7 Ip sUBLISHq fure inch-for frst i ,at. is ea.tat I fo each sub)sequent insertion. Dout,.o EVERY WEDNESDAY 01advercmensten percentonaboe. EVElYWEDESAYM-INsG,Notices of meetings, ohiruar'es and tribus' , At Newberry C. II., fr.me rates j-r equare asodium. - Special noticcs in local column 20 cenie By Thos. P. & R. H. Greneker, br lne. Editos an Propie:os. hr of insertions will be kept in till fotaJ Editorscharged accordingly. Iuvariably in Advarce. .._er_ .:.. libera_ deductious .n.aov. T. aper is !toppedti th axpirati dn tes expiration of u. V0. VII. WXEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 181. N.s c cription. THE ARTIST'S LOVE. It was just in the shadow of the ruined wall, which towered above the blue shining waters of the riv er, and when thc tide was high ciropped down the long trailing ivy vine to kiss the laughing waves -they sat, two women ! One, with her arm resting upon a bro ken column, her dar...

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. — 22 February 1871

I 2 e Ia JOIN! ResolutiC"ns Fess. 1y the Le;'s nce-Session 1870 and 071. AN ACT TO ri:~t'mi: Fn:: rI!E I'CaCATI l):- -ri:: .'0 rs, I:t::'u.Ts, }::: t)oiTiosa . . t.N. i A ) ( :ni rari::i aO TII ..cT"i'Y. 1.I. ' t'"IVtod b lhe Sen : t .nd I1'u's:e cf epire:ti:tatives of the i--"te of S mnth Carolina, now Ime-t and -itt,tg i: (" -.e::' As tlyr } awd by te it , t ."h e a:n, Ti fit th( Clerk of . i .thy nre h.re by .'t:': :d toD p:ru'hie, by COtntrat fOr the I. Mi. :ti , b. 1 inat:il "t e ie d r af the W.tae as mat by thm: he to.t' (r:eri rv. of the A, :- 1.mL- beu 1c -c'so utt-c rsV of the i\rt: .n' f "ie, ' :n d t lhe pir t and Current "'? .ti' ',kof :, (.' .'fL:e r :. .'ml y;t pro i. j. thl:.t .::'Z e"' tra:ct h.:, app1rOvedt by S -i , :.I Hon, :f IRepf res.; ienttive S --. ' That - S -o--it :t i:nher of th} J(o:..nai, Ri"ports and Acts of the GCee r:i: S nemly a tal be t.ecces.:trty f''r the use of the tmmbers of the itt tr:: A se:nhiy, :i.d f)r the State Libra rii to 3 : ti:e exch-...

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. — 22 February 1871

11. BR IRE ? SOA Resi:ully :?'1t1u'nc that in addi tion to their air :.dy lare and varitd stock, they h?:.: e jus: r ecived: ch, ice lot of A 1 CROCERIES Sugars. (Com. Flu. Bacon Sidies and Si(ulders. biolasses. 4O4 bushels "f Corn. e They feel contfide:t in bein able not only to satisfy all the Wants of the public, but to p!e:s ;their lar a:.. bortmeut consisnti:f DRY GOODS. Foreign a:s es: e, EMBRO!ERIES, TRIMMINGS, HATS. fine l;(t, SHOES and BOOTi S in variety. A : d las: b.ut C: iE'.st CIIOIE t ROamIE As above ment"e:ed. .\! f th,, ^oodl having been bht oo .!vg he Il LOW for te sa Th(ankiu i o ps: :mer..i ... .:5-:s :hey i,ope 'tinuac oftesa:o byO :V e:t M. BARRE & SON. Feb.1.7 -. THE ATLANTIC PiIISPII AE. The undersi"::'d in offering the above Fertilizer to the Plantcrs of Ncwlerry. feel con. ident that its qju::lit is fully e'iual to This beingZ the 'r.:' cafit sale, thley cannot furnish :ny etmoil of its merits: t ftl assural1 th::t when once fuflv trie-i. it wi!! become ...

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. — 22 February 1871

The Days that are No More. W !, L . "..r' . i Z""'r."-n ,!"l p1e: iiit places, . : :.. p. y Aini, ti:eir a uud-note tw it :e: ed !o h, lv.-' i i: tihe ""i'.Ir inilir:i faces rlm hi'n he ht1 theitr .eetles wet r( m1m4r, \ h.,- ';uN diite of Decem The:anny S.Je.. t;.1 1 lc; tli <ce :lcd thir raitll)ow tinte n a:insi pmof firy lore; I:. !t - ., :t ! 'tn v l"Ici.w'd a blrirlt to n l' .' r - :I Io .. OL . Iir . ;; - h th. ir'umny -blo otned a! \n: i i. 1 roses breathing out p: ! ?V ::Its t(. :tlhl'I CIer ?"":I :: .,..t.x"Z-:t \t".it4t ' ~ l2l"i: : Ic .n eu.ii,,rvery cold. -' o.ktw w'aler weart -Tlle . rJo:y. I r :(fr e Lu ited( ; t I - I: , the t : ~i bi1theTei1S.r': 2:44 5, 2 .o 14 lfi l ::n ii: 'i 1 l'. i t "numbere3, 1:.\ --I 7 ,: -6, la -S. W e, t ..- '..' - fl.j 0,.3i2 ,: ;1 ,in h1 N (1t wrise 1 . Su:! haI 326,073 ; in lS:,r 7')1,7OS: 170 t,: :l i.l:r hisn e' r1708 ( (I . . . ,; :t stove U-.-. .in - I l >t i ' i . I - ux h'- twon tup h, ove i1 no.'L cona. : a tv da t ..N.w tO-...

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 March 1871

"T Ht titA," d ADETIisRED ~v R1*ie W NS YAY MOUNING, - At Nkbep ry 0. H., ,By Thos, F. & R. HIGronoker, EditorsUnd.Propriewora. A'ic,rg$,nci9 otnNnkcdwih tre u, Invartably t,u Adval.ce. -- -- INTh Paper is itapp ed at tihe expiration ot tm frwiuich It Is AN paid. hol.4infi; ,4enotos expiration of sub- -.-1 VW DMN r ption.__________ --- -- ---- .Acts and Joit Resolutions Paied by tho Ivglaaturo-Set sion 1870 atd 1871. [ID, VF I1C0IATj.j .AX ACT TO 3ROVIDE A SALARY FOR TlE FF1CE OV L1FUTENANT-0OV ERINoI. Sinom 1. Be it c. actcd by the :Senate :o.anI Honse i)f Representa tives ofte Stalte'of 1'outh Carolina, now md and sitting ;,n General As emMy, and by the '.outhority of the Isanwe, That tho iueatGvr ier of the State of' South Carolina khvtll receive a aluiual sailary of' ,tWenjty-fivo hund.red dollars ; tihe :aalp to be paid to him quarterly .out of the Troasur i of the St ate thesaid salary to be exclusivo of the Pay herotof,61.o provided by law for the iintenant-Governor whils...

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 March 1871

.it MrRERr, S. C.9 ednesday, March 1, 187. Acts and RescUtiO=,s. Age-ale to an act of the Legilatu authorising the Clerks of the Senate an< House to contract (with as many of the papers of the State as may be necerm for the publicat;on of the la ws of 17-l, the N:w M..r UE:A1.1 will pulhlich the s.,me as rapi,l! as tinic and space permit. It is irnort'nt for fitnrc r,erc,ce that files of the paper be kept, as we may not he able to furiiish copie-s at all times when ca"!ed for. Rad them careluily. then. and l1are tierm away where they can he found when wanted. Persons ziot taking the paper, I'it wh read this .nice, and who ;ay be anx ions for informantion on te sject of 0t Laws, wil! do well to sucibe and SC enre copies of the same. "The Southern Press." Oir readers have become familiar wizh the idea that a 5rt clans literary papcr, entitled the Southern Press, is soon to be published in Paltimore. An advance, but incomplete sheet, has been already sent out, and judging f6 un tiis...

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 March 1871

t.tz M. BARSE SOI Respectfully announce that in addi tion to their already large and varicd stock, they have just received a choice lot of A 1 GROCERIES SUCH AS sugars, Coffee, Flour. Bacon Sides and Shoulders, Molasses, 400 bushels of Corn, &c. They feel confident in being able not only to satisfy all the w:11:t of the -public. but to pleasU ; their larg' as 1sortment consisting or DRY GOODS, Foreign and Domestic, Various styles, EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMINGS, HATS, fine lot, SHOES and BOOTS in variety. And last but not least CHOICE GROCRIE As abore mentioned. All of these goods having been bought for G1S11 will be sold .LOW for the sane. Thankful for past liberal Favors they hope 'by strict attention to business to merit a 'eontinuance of the same. . BARRE & SON. Feb. 15, 7-t6. Agency for Dupont's Gunpowder. Whol, half and qtart-r Kegs fffg and1 A. F. & Co., brands of the above Powder will b- sold to Merchants at faetory prices, expenses added. 75 Bags Tathams Siot at low fi...

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