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

- WISHING. nv JO:I% U. SAX:. Of 1ll a usement.f tile ilind, From lo;ic ilown to iSh4ing, There isn't one that you can fi"d So verY che .p as n ishi:g ; A verY short diverion, too, If we bt i:htly t:-e it, And not, -is we arc apt to do, Pervert it, aind(! u- il. I wih-a comnmon wisl', inidet'd My pms.e waS .omew hat fat:er, That might che-,r the cild of nec 1, And not my pride to flitter; That I m*ght i!f e oppres:ion r.el, A.s oily :old ca 111ke ir, And break the t vran.'s rod of step', As only g,:d e.m break it. I wish-that SVp,thy I arId love, And every hunr passioi That has its orizim :bove, Would come and keep in fasliion; That scorn, aii ;,-alousy, anl hate, And every base emot'on, Were batied flt*v f1thom1s deep, B,:nmeahr ur:e oocea I h-th t ene were a!wa' s true, And tires always pure, I wish the good were not o few. I wish the ba were fewer I xi.sh tint p.-r.ons vie'er orgot To 1:el their pi teaching I A ish :bat %.r:setii:. " a! not so dttrent frrm ;iea.ig: I wisn: :htt ::...

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 March 1871

,tIc E HER AL D *O PUBLIBRED 9 -VERT WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., SThos.F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors.c Invarlably in Advacce. ~a eu :at the mipirtion of x a d i o VoL. VII WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 187N1 Aderismet inere atz thete rateaio of1-ub 40 A s and Joint Resolutions aby S 8.iftture-senin 1870 ad [OFFICIAL.] l ACT TO REGULATE THE APPOINT -INT, JURISDICTION, AND DUTIES **~r NOTARIES PUBLIC. SogioN L Be it enacted by the &Yte and House of Representatives of t State of 'Suth Carolina, now *asandi sitting in General Assembly, tyiAe- authority of the same, htbe Governor be authorized Ai ppoint as many Notaries Pub lio throughoet the State as the public good shall require, to hold .heir odices during the pleasure of the Governor for the time being, whose jurisdiction shall extend throughout the State. Esc.4 That every Notary Pub )icshabil take the oath of office pre Eii by the Constitution, a cer tifiace of which oath shall be re -corded in the off...

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 March 1871

Thi re"olution to adjourn on the 1-t insf., ras rescinded on Tuesday last, the eves:t is promised tu take place on the 7th. A hill amendatory of an Act - -.ablish ing and mainaiitainig a system of fre common schools iin this State, has bc:n passed in the S- nate. Also a bill providing for the construc tion and keeping in repair pulpic high ways and roads. Mr. Rose introduced a joint resolution, to levy a special tax of $40,000 in Yor)k County, to inake amends fGr a recent raid of the K. K. K-.in Yorkville. The r6lowiig" biH h;s been passed: Bil-40provide for the election of Justices of the Pence end Constables. The third Wednesday in May to be the day of elec An address on the part of the Legisla ture-to Governor Scott, praying the re moval of Win. M. Thomas, Judge of the Sixth Circuit, under a charge of violating the Zonitution by not living in his Gir cuik . -Also, a resolution, which was adopted, instructing and requi:ing Judge Thomas to appear before the House to show cause why ...

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 March 1871

-1AD. 61LOV COST ALL OF MY -'' TEA STOCK OF SUCH AS CLOTHING, * CLO.AKS SHAWLS, an( G OVES, HOSIERY, Take room for SPRING STOCK - . A FULL LINE OF .,GROCERIE S BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, CLOCKS, CROCKERY, &c. On hand, and for sale LOW FOR CASH1 V.1J . FOOT. Mar. 1, 9 -tf. AiN HAND AN) FOR SILE 1,000 Bushels Best Tennessee Cort 100 Yellow OATS. .10,000 lbs. Baltimore BACON. 2,000 lbs. Dem. SUGAR. - 1,000 lbs. Rio and old Java Coffee. 50 Bbls. Country and Wester FLOUR. 2,000 lbs. Swede IRON. 50 Kegs NAILS. 50 lbs. Horse Shoe NAILS. Also, various other articles in th HARDWARE and GROCERY line AT MAYES & MARTIN'S Mar. 1, 9-3t. lpring & Summer Importati] 1871. R3BBONS, 'Millinery and Straw Goods ARMSTRON%,CATO,& CO. Bonnet, Trimming & Velvet Ribboer DNMET SILK8, SATINS aln< VELVE!S, -3[snds, letts, 4rapes, Raches, Flowers, Feather ORNA MENTS, m&EW BONN~ETS AN!D LADIES' HATI SHAKER HOODS, &C. 237 and 239 BALTIMOR. ST.EET, BALTIMXQS, :tMD Offer th...

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 March 1871

Oar'bal yrnn;t have a partv_ le's jast a year O.d to-day Under the leafy apple-tree We4 crown kim wih blossoms g.y ; The 4io;eits titheranches And tings by its dear one's nest, We wiRrgreet"a& the chief musician, And self-invited guest. (n,; bet,;i tell Mrs.' Biddy To come with her little brood; And call on yor way.for the lacumie And-sbe kitten under the[wood; Tie I1tice to the little wagon We'll play he's a big black horse To ,* heaniil. dollies; Thef'ltfraitt L%rriage, of coursc. H.-re'e a basin of wWter for duckies Oh, see how they dive and swim! And oh, look,a the darling baby! Ire lnows'thef are all for him; lie is smackiiig his lips to kiss thei; He is reac fiis hands to hold; And his heart is fil:ed with - glad-jess v$ -'IN.rImp nta.i)evr:rbe. told. O baby, with hair so golden! jQ baby, with eyes so le i Wh:d-Are the angels weaving ginute Fiture' loom for von? r If it bg sorrow and sadneo, iigbtplelsure *nd joy, A tree heart, patient and loving, God :give:to my baby boy....

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 March 1871

HE HERALD Ait "1 ,T cornmn idvertiements ten per cent on ahBoSe. - -distcsof meetig,eituaiesfand tributes EVERY WEDNESDAY MORlNING, rU- or respect, same rates per square as ordiizai At Newberry C. H., peciaes n 20 ceits B-Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, d,cs nt t ~her of insertions will be kept in till, forik 6 Edtorsand ropretor. ..nd aharged accordingly. -~-Editors snd Proprivors. ,,,Special contracts madce with large adver rzw.vs 5.? ?~t ~YW(VA, - -- - - ----.------ -ers;with liberal! deductions on above rates. Invariably in Advance. ___________________ a SVr' ates"' e"''* y VsyIb WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1871. No. 11. n Ness n - te The X nak deuotes expirtion of sub 1Ats and Joint Resolutions - ssd by the Lgiature-Sesin 1870 a Wsn. [OFFICIAL.] A_3A ACT CEDING THE JURISDICT102 OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI NA TO THE UNITED STATES 0 AMERICA, OVER SUCH LANDS A MAY BE ACQUIRED FOR PUBLI4 PURPOSES BY THE SAID UNITE] tAiES OF AMERICA. -.SECTION 1. Be it enacted by th, &nate and ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 March 1871

A dvcrtidcments inserted at the rate of 51 T H Eer squarc-one inch-for first insertion, an Rotr~ each subseq~nent fuertion. DJouhh. IS PUBLISSMD orn adrtiements ten per cent on above. - ifcsof eetingsm, oi,tuzs'ies nud tribute. EVERY WEDNESDAY MOMNING, r&A or respect, same rate ,er aquare as ordiji,& - adversemets. - - At Newberry C. H., p ot noc3l cotmn 20 eni *.B ThoR. F. ,. H. Greneker, Advertisemeuts mot markcd.ith te en. - - Editors and Proprieors. .fid charged accordingly. Special contracts made with large adver $$ _________ ______--- ff -J l,-------- i-ers; withUlberai?deductions on above rates. Invariably in Advance. Qb LST3 A tig-Tb ffqer is stopped at the expiration of ~l t T h V MTT~ t T '4 1~ i y o 1Dn ihNtns n 7saci s -'"it -3 paid. Vol. VH.10 WEDNESDAY M1ORINILNG, AI s Te X uark denotes expiration of sub Acts and Joint Resolutions I =ae by the Legisatare-Session 1870 and t - 187t. [OFFICIAL.] st an AN ACT CEDING THE JURISDICTION an OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 March 1871

dednesday, March 15, 1871. The Telegraph. The po!es fi-t the new line have reached our ton n. In a little while the wires will be strun; and then Newberry take's her place among the cities of the world. Mjourr.men1 of the Legislature. The General Assembly adjourned sine die, at mnidn;ght, March 7th, after an 'ex haustive' session of one hondred and seven days. A. J. Ransier in the Sen ate, and F. J. Moscs in the House, gave expression to their feelings on this joy ous occasion, in appropriate speeches. The closing scenes, it is reported, were marked with much confusion; and al. though not so much tiotous conduct was exhibited, as on previous occasions, yet there Tras enough to make it at times almost impossible to know what was on the tapis. Some of the members it is said, were intoxicated. It is a relief to the people at large, that the session has closed. The final vote on the veto of the Governor on the per diem and mi lenge resolution, was 23 to S. This, and the Governor's reaso...

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 March 1871

4 Amrggist and Apothecary, 7 Atleormerly kept by Messrs. Mayes & Mar .tin, 'nd next to Messrs. Chick & Co., -'-EWBERRY, S. C. Takespleasure in inviting his friends *id'ctepublic to call on him there. 1is stock of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, fresh and complete. Physicians recipes compounded care ~ An Elegant Assortment OF FRESH ;PFERFUMERIES and TOILET AR TICLES. Me DR. S. F. FANT'S. NON EXPLOSIV E LA.MPS. The only safe and RELIABLE'LA31P IN USE. rAfor Sale at DR. FANT'S. tk4ure Wines, Liquors . and Brandies. The purest and best Brandies. Li uors and Wines, for medicinal pur poses can always be found at the Drug Store of DR. S. F. FANT. .-TONIC BITTERS. -Cempounded of the best ante-period ic tonics, thus rendering it suitable for all diseases arising from miasmatic infuences, such as Neuralgia, Chill and Fever, General Debility and Bil lionsness. S. F. FANT. Mar. 1, 9-tf. Wagon Making, Repairing, &c. THE undersi-ned ha, opmned a shop, hall a mile from Helena, (on G. &...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 March 1871

*u IFor the Herald. t3? SIVE OUR FATIEELANDI (4 sitve ouar F.therlAnd, Qur dear old Fatherland, -Our British honic q:out stund her chivalry, .1kight shield of liberty, lcr Se.-kings ploughir.g free The flowery foam! Keep too our children's flock, yitt pl.te~d spite the shock . Of EA.t and West i Each zallint colony Stretch limbs of maj-sty, r. ]Felice round our mother-tree il With green-wove breast! S Ca Gainst blood.gorg'd Eagles' blow, c Glinst Cosack overflow, bt KaLe battle's whoop! at Wntchai by itight and day, of a' When wolves would clutch their prey, N tc Rush qick our proud array, Each Northman troop! CA P2 Vroin gratite Scandla, P Front golden India, To Eria's shore, One love-linkt Commonweal, Mari!est in strength and steel, We'l! tiuite the tyranCs heel, As oft of yore. . -(;reat Frankland at our side, A Atd Europe's far and wide United States, U Mammo, no longer God, M Smasht each base kingly rod, e URorHKaS on toil-ti'd sod R We'I brave the fates. T1 Christ bless and bu...

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 March 1871

ADVERTISNC RATIES. TIHEHERALD per square-one inch-for frst insertion, aua IS PUBLISHED c-iAdverti seet te rte o . ,VERY WEDNESDAY MOINING, retfme teniperend ote At Newberry C. H., enil ricP , mIeAesin By Thos. F. & E. H. Greneker, erie Edtad charged accordigly. ~ Speci: 1 ernt raxc s m -ide w th large ad vr Invariably in Advance.- -*-o I ed at the ex piration of ad Di sp a ch TE whe is1 Vmr. VdI W EDe1iNrEaiDAY on3ofMsu Terms Cash. X-Te- maek denotes expiration of sub-1 ___R__ N, N. - ~ - --_ How Softly on the Bruised Heart. How softly on the bruised heart, A word of kindness fall!, And to the dry and pirched soul The moist'ning teardrop calls; Oh, if they knew who walked the earth - 'Mid sorrow, grief and pain, -'he power a word of kindness hath, 'Twere paradise again. T'he weakest and the poorest may The simple pittance give, And bid delight to withered hearts, Return again and live; Oh, what is life if life be lost? If man's unkind to man Or, w -.: -' : deaven that waits beyo...

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 March 1871

S3dn3Sdav. Idach 22. 18t. The Ball Rolling Dowa Nev llarmp.hire hits gne De-nccratic. llurra tor the WNT: MounTain boys! lhaY dawlns in the E . Fro:n Star to Star. Mr. N. A. StedS:nnn, .Jr., late of the 'i inin;ton Star, is r.o- C the editorit staff of the Mri-n Star. May the Star sted-2l shne Pomercy's Demotcr -. The N.w Ye:k M-.i (de -42--Tff" g:Q,i'.iy *V OscribinlZ a . to, and what waX pe in, I egant and 3e.appoitci New Yol k oflice, which has latelv n:,d.:rg.ne a tiorw:zh renova ion and :ditt:n Lwh from press roomn to sancit-m, frin co:osi ng ro m to counting room, Is as nat, c.!vien-lt and u--derly as the dek of a, man-of-war ichieved by M r. l'on:rmy. s'eta. Mntin the Democrat in the city of N' v 1, only tahr evidence of what energy and ni>i-v can accou,iib. The papei nowI i. said to h,ave a circulation of 200,061, an't-'gos to every city, village :end htamt in the L nitt( States. 0n the occa.n of th1 %isit which elivitA th'. descripti.m. an ext:a elition of fifty thouis:e...

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 March 1871

Stereoscopes, VIEWS, ALBUMS, CHROMOS, FRAMES. E. & H. T. ANTHONY & co., 591 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, Invite the attention of the Trade to their ex tensive assortment of the above goods, of their own publication, manufacture and im portation. Also, PHOTO LANTERN SLIDES, and GRAPHOSCOPES. NEW VIEWS OF YOSEMITE. E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO., 591 BROADWAY. NEW YORK, Opposite Metropolitan Hotel, IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURES OF PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS Mar. 15.11-3m. Wood! Wood!! Wood!!! WE want to purchase immediately 50,10 CORDS: 20,000 Sound Pine. 15,000 Sound Oak. 10,000 Sound Hickory. 5,000 Small Round Mixed. We will have Wood Cut and Corded to suit consumers, either for stoves or fire places. Campers can find just such wood as will suit them. You can get your wood at the yard or we will deliver it. BLEASE & CALDWEI L, Wood Dealers, Corner Thompson and Black Jack Streets. Mar. 15, 11-tf. SHERIFF'S SALE. In Probate Gourt-Ex p:trte, T. B. Chal mers, Ad:u'r. I will sell on the fi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 March 1871

The Ku-Klux. RZ'.tT OF THE11 -FE"UTE SPECIL Co.11M1TTEE. Con.ress is jnst now busily en gaged in perlecting another one Of its "leconlstructiun" measures Fi the purpose of' embit'erin m->,re and nor~e the~ i!de "f Ib South again-t the GenerGov erinner. have been li before'! the . uned States senate by% the sel'ot on Mittece app)int- to; 4e g t the tle. out,ral e a tlhe >out ern States. Tihe Cu:nmittee coi fine theii rr.p rt to :,n awml'ut. 0I the Conilition of NXorthl Carolina11. Fiftv-two witnesse5 were cxam ined-Ol whon twenty-ine were Rep ublicaS, t went - one 0 crats. and thIe odd, ole a .Mini stkr who had no poltical convi,tons. The majori;ty re 1t-zige Senators Scott, ChandIer, Wilson, Rice and Nye. and their conchl sions in r:lation to North Caro linla are sainined up as follows: lirst-That the Ku.Klux or gn ztion does CNS. has a politi cal purpos,. and is eemnposed o members of t!.e Deimocratie o: Conservative party : that it ha sogIrht to (cry wzt its purpose by murde...

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. — 29 March 1871

-ADVERTISINC RATES. T HE H E RA LD emejs IS Bper square-one inch-for rst insertion, and IS PUI.IsED i for each suse~quent insertion. Doable c9lumn advertisements ten per cent on above. .'-E5VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, Notices of meetings, ohituaries and tribut I Iof respeer, same rates per square as ordina At Newberry C.- H.,a-ri9mns Special notices in local column 20 cent-. 0Tho. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. per line 09 ~ ~ ). iand charged accordingly. S.WS Sr fg@ $NNfg,Special cnntracts made with large adver Invariably in Advance. - ISped at the.l eiration o V WEDNESDAY MORNING, iM-A.RCH 29, 1871. No. 13 one w - ani Dispateb. The >4 mark denotes expiration of sub eription. --- -Aits and Joint Resolutions Pamd by the Legistature-Session 1870 and 187L [OFFICIAL.] AN ACT TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF PARENTS. AND TO PREVENT THE PROCURING AND CARRYING AWAY FROM THE STATE PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF TWENTY-ONE YEARS. SECTioN 1. Be it enacted by the ,&nate and House of R...

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. — 29 March 1871

F W, UER, r.S. C. dednesday, March 29, 18YI. Ilon. C. W. Dudley says that it is not lo% al citizens, but loyal robbers that are clamorous for protection in South Caro lina. Loyal citizens are quite safe. Palmetto L3aves, Moss and Phosphates. The following articles of Carolina ex portation, are, according to McRae's Prices Current, thus quoted on the Liv erpool Market : Leaves. $122.23 per ton Moss, $.S.S9 a 63.56 per ton; Phos phates, $12.23 per ton. The aboveratet are in gold. Death. C. J. Dollin, E,q., of Columbia, wb< for upwards of thirty years has been connected with the S. C. R. R., died it Columbia last Thursday. Mr. Bollit was universally admired. He was it his forty-ninth year, and a native o M-.rsei!!es, France. Th Peiedert of the U. S. and-. C. President Grant, in conformity witi Gov. 'ScoCTs call for the military arm ivsues a'proclanation wbich concludes a follows : ,trer , Ulysses S. Grant -1Pre.1iden.t, 7-nadpersons composii the unlaw ful conhinations aforesaid. 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. — 29 March 1871

STATE OF SOUTH1 CAROLINA' - NEWBERRY COUNTY. By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge. WaEREAS, John S. Renwick hath made xdit to me to grant him Letters of Adminis tratibD, with will annexed, of the Estate - and effects of Mary Toland. deceased. These are therefore to cite and admonish *a and singular, the kindred and creditors the said deceased, to be and appear be fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at Newberry Court House, on the 5th day of April next, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew -ause, if any they have, why the said ad ministration should not be granted. Given under my hand this 22d day of March -Ano Domini, 1s71. JAMES C. LEAUY, P. j. %. c. Mar. 29, 13-2t. JUST OPENED AT MCFA[[ & Lr8OS I .-The only House in Newberry exclusively devoted to DRY GOODS! And in which 1ADIES CAN PROCURE WHAT EVER THEY NEED AND OF THE BEST FABRIC. OUR SPRING STYLES ARE BEAUTIFUL. and embrace DRESS GOODS, with trimmings to match. CALICOES of neat patterns, SIL...

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. — 29 March 1871

AT NIGHTFALL. When, in the eve1'1g's stilitade, th,ouzht has leisure to be free, The purer lift-, the higher mood, T. nobler pnrpoe wakes in me. But, in the cares that through the day Consrtrain the mind from hour to hour, The nobler purpose fades away, Grows fiain', and loses all its power. So some pure star's excelling ray, With all the beaity of its light, Is hidden by the glare of day, And only shines with 4'all of night. Piedmont anid Arlington Life Insurance Company, Rich mond, Virginia. This company being the firt Southern corporation to enter the Eastern portals of insurance has naturally attrUcted .our attention in locafic, a general agency for PennsyLvaniA, at Philadelphia. It s also about to knock as the doors of the. Nem- York .and Massachn sett? depitmerts, through which it can hai no difficulty'in passing. so far as its character for honesty of purpose and condition for sound ness and reliabilty are concerned. in fact, the unexampled pros pexity of the Piedmont and Ar ...

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. — 5 April 1871

- - ADVERTI8INC #dATES. - - Adlvertisoments insdrted a.t te rate of $l.r>i 18 PUDL8BBD -per Nqttare--One lnth--for first TnsertiOD. a'l.i 1$1 for each subsequent PUB.IBU Double RVORY WEDNESDAY, LX9;NING,-clm detsmnstnprcn naoe ~V~RYWEDNSDAYMQIIIN-.Notices of meetinigs, obitttaries and tribute At Newberry C. ]I., of respect, same rates per square a ordinary -ad vertisemegnts. BycThos. F. & R. H. Greneker pere." Editors and Proprietors. Adverisements not marked with tLo Hn: -rm-r of mutins will ho kept -m-iw frito V5R.rS '~ mmd chlargedl accordingly. . --Seialm ctimlralt d(. withl oar abo verMCs Invariably in Advance. ... - - r<, w i- e rI.d c i ab. T p VoI stoM RNed at the expir18on ofN1n 4Vol. Vile WEDNESDAY MORNING, AP.] I8'1 o1 Jr-The Hr mark devotes expiration of sub- -* liuNmtg aI(Dipt. Acts and Joint Resolutions g%r* by $ho L4gislature-Session 1870 and 1871. [OFFICIAL.] AN ACT TO AMEND AN ACT ENTi rLFI) "AN ACT TO ESTAIMs1I AND MAINTAIN A SYSTE31 ' OF FREM COMION SCHO...

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. — 5 April 1871

Sednesday, April 5, 181. Death of R. C. Grier, D. D. This gentleman, the beloved President of Erskine College, died at Due West, on the 30th ult. le es a great, good, and gifted man, and die, in his 54th vtr, after an illness of two weeks. Dr. G.cr presided with fatherly solicitude over the interests of Er,kine College for tear 1j a quarter of a century. Supplement of Laws. To expedite the publication cf t1.e Acts and Resolutions, we send out this week a supplement, and will repeat from time to time as occaion permits. We again advise our readers to preserve their pepers "Welcome." A New Yorker writes to Gov. Vance, ud desires information relative to North ern migration. Gov. Vance assures him, through the Tribune, that the bona fide settler is heartily welcome, and will meet -with favor and encouragement. The above refers to a purchase by a North rn Colony of lands in Western N. C. Yes, the honest, industrious Northern, Pastern or Western man who wishes to seek his fortune in the S...

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