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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 23 May 1866

n prng &summer, GOODS. ESqRS. J. P. KINARD & SON, has just re M tueived a New Stoel of Goods, which was bought at unprecedenied low prices, aseery 'one wiil find ot i by visiting their store Their Stock i- complete in evet y variety. v e will only enumerate a few with prices: Bleached Homespin, 10 to 5.1C Unblea:hed " 10 to S. Prints, 10 to C. Beautiful Muslins, Gents Palm, Leaf Irats and -other varieties, 15 to 50c. May 23 2 R EMEMBER WHEN YOU VISIT COLUMBIA, TO LOOK IN AT E. E. JACKSON'S' ThAg Store, W=ERE CAN BE FOUND A CHOICE SELECTIGN OF Drugs, Medicines, Perfumerv, Fanev Articles, kerosine Lamps, &C. May 23 2m(o. VISITORS TO COLUMBIA, Will find it to their interest to call at C. F. JACKSONS A FULL ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS, and g.lother artiA:es in this line, Besides CLOTHING, !1ATS, and' a large varie'ty of other GOODS e-an at a1 times he tonnd there. Prices cheap. May 22 2mo. WV. A. Ehnore, MANUFACTURER OF &addles, Br'idles &c.,-&c., &c. Fou- miles ...

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. — 23 May 1866

RESTORATION Or FivL A I oli ficial order of the militAry :Cutheraes of this State, as given below, is sma'cant of 'I stride-in the right direcQ' 1i toars CWce, . government, aid Cons u:" l S C,i L ciety, if not :dtophe'rv ilry relieves the citizen r ila Jn lnd restores hin to that of i*;n jury --f his country, It J te m -t! risdiction to the aArmys to the articles of war in7 timez . - gratilate our peopl,n th evcnt. 0 der imparts a prlper em,ry to oe r - claination of the Pi ent ( hing t peace is fully restorcd thront th le:gth and breadth of the late seced: t WAn D'aAnnMI:NT, A cDJTA-NT-GEN::A.'S 0.,CF, WASHINGTON, layl, 360. l General Orders, 2N". 26.] Whereas some military commanders are embatrassed by doubts ns to the operation of the proclamatien of the President, dated the 2d day of APril, ,upon t by mi,nr -courts martin a dmilitary comm.n(. To remove such doubts, it is ore...d Dy the Prs ident that Hereafter, whine0r, f VC,'" e by* -ivilians are to e tiC "e cV' : are in exist...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 May 1866

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 May 1866

Tqz TRIAL or Ma. DATIs.--Ilota," the Wash Ington correispondent of the Baltimore Sun, in his SaturdA's letter to that paper says: The tria of Jefferson Davis before the United States Cireuit Coart in Vir,-inia is considered as aettled, but Chief Justice Chase has not yet sig nified his intention to hold the court for this or any other purose,. The Judiciary Committee of the House ane Mw directing their attenzion to the grounds presented to them upon which the charge of treason, not of conspiracy and for as sassinazion, is founded, and-the Ckief Justice may await their final report. The President will, no doubt, remove the chief obstacles which the Chief Justice indicated as prevented him from trying a criminal case in Virginia. He must cer tainiv rithdraw martial law trorn the State be fore Justice Chase will consent to hold the ourt far,Mr. Da-vis' trial. This has not yet been done, bL-t it is thought that it wi'l be, The law just -passed tO facilitate the trial at Richmond authori...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 May 1866

There isso'me alarm in England at th pro abc -exhaustion of its coe!-fields. The Pa!! IX! Go zeVe o'serves that, "by inevitable inference, the ?'shaustion of our coul-fields must involve the co'lapse of our mani-utacturing and commercial Isupremacv, and ti1erefore of our national pros 'pzirys; and by an equally nevirable i;erence such exhaustion mus, ensue. and ensue ere lonr, if our present increasig utio of coriumpt;oi be Cou tinued." Tbe President has decided to order all wite 'voluuteers to be mustored out. NANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL, g"- Readers will remember that our market quotations are in currency, unless otnclrise specially 'tated. CONiMERU.CI AL. NEWBERRY PRICES CURViENT. TUE.<DAY, May 2t , IS1C. Coton.-The transactions last week1were small, at prices ranging from 20@ 2Se. Apples, dried, per bushel,............... .50 Bagging, Gunny ..................... - - . 44 n ...................... 43c. Bale Rope, Manilli, per lb......... to 4'e 44 "6 Hemp,...................2Sc. Blu...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 May 1866

[For the Herald.] Ella Fay. A SoN.-By OLoa. Oh dearly I loved her, E!!a ray, And fondly I wooed her to mention tic day, When I should name her my driing bride, And carry her home to my cottage, in pride, -But she turned from my lovi:g caressen, nd cried, That her love could never be :ine. Tho'my heart should be broken, she wildly replied, That her love could never be mine! Oh! blithe is the heart of EllaTay, As the fawn's in the green wildwood at play, And bright is the light of her hazel eve, A a'lonely star in a cloz-ded sky, And she sweetly s:.iies s she passes by, But she smiles no mote on me. Tho' she sweetly smiles as she passes by, Those smiles aie no more for mel' .arewell to thee, bright Ella Fay! -Bright flowers evermore bloom on thy way, May hope ever find its homein t:y breast, And thy gloomiest hours be e-:er more blest, Than the brigh:est o n:t.e. whhi sorrow oppressed, :Since thy love can never be nine. Vith my brightest honrs forever oppressed, With the love that can...

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. — 6 June 1866

O 11 50 S 6A 0 0 EArusR I.GENK R V L M II . -m I Yl VOLMEII.NEBE.1~, . ,~ FINLDAY JNE4, 80. TJMLR2A THE HJERALJ IS PUBLISHED EVER WEDNESDAY, Et Newbcrry C. IL, ay tEOS. F. & R. H. GREIEXER, EDITORS AND PPr KTon1'S. *ERMS, $l,5o FOR SIX MONThS, EITHER 'iN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. jPayment required invariably in advance.) ).ertisemnentsinserted at l,5 per square, for trst insertion -1 for each subsequent e!sen. iarr'age notices, Funeral inviations, Obituarie and Coinnunications of personal futerest charge' -tadvertiseents. Letter about Mexico. We are able this week to gratify the wish es of our readers, and also ourselves, in pr senting before them an interesting cornmui .cation from Dr. Cunningham, who has just returned from Mexico. Mr Ferris : Having recently re14irned from Mexico, it has been suggested by some that I 'publish some of my ol.seivatiuns on that in teresting Country in the columns ofyour pa per. This, with your consent, I now verV succinctly propose to do, premhi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 June 1866

jFron the New Yo:k Worl", 2 Ih i:S1tn The Terture of y son Davis. It is no lo!ger a n ixtr 0 newspaper runmr that the treatinent wch h Je!%rson I-is has re teived during hii- :r 'in , re's Mon rme has been sn:h as to b': ow:: hiS constitu tion, aid to p:n hi ae ::h of pro traeted u'in, n ofh Upon tle recomN ien : tW e Secr of the Treasurv, theO Preshie: o the t S ,ecently ordered the Pst:rgon at 'rr. Monroe t, m>ke a cre ul an thoroneh repor! bpan the cond-ion of Mr. Dav 11':h That report has been made and :ow cannot be read by any hn1onrble an r:t mi"d ed American, no mattter sctional 1 - fn,s or his political opinions may be tiut a sickening sensasoon forhs em" ab ngfshof indignation agan' : pr< 'V. have prostituted their ' p t h upon the Amerian aba:id oi disgrace by tie w n 1 - " oeu mrtu"rC of 9 xn inva.id lyinZ a h; p.h,at*r m t to est fortrcss o. the i". The report of the-- P -rgeon Coper is aII the more dam-nng i that it is pcreel n and formal in tone, and that it l on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 June 1866

The political movement in favor of electing General Grant as the next President has met with wonderful success. The Republicans of all shades accept the proposition as the best if not DnIly mode of securing l:eir desired ends. That is the compromise to be offered to the eleven Southern States. The Republicans are to have the Presidency for the next term, and the South may have restoration and representation. WEST PoINT, Jure 2.-The funeral services of ten. Scott were most impressive. There were present many distinguished persons fronn all sections of the country, tnd State and municipal olicers. The Government was also represented. Respect was paid to the memory of the deceased in nearly all of the Eastern cities. Twofemale mornomaniacs, recently go! married. Lucy Slater and a Miss Perry, of Abingdon, Mass. They ran off-Lucy assumed the name of Jas. Sla ter, and became the hu-band of his or her ena:m -ored lover. A young Prussian officer lately died whose heart was on his right side...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 June 1866

Do I 1.oe im0? Do I !ov, -im ? i ou:! Le ask me I wll quickly But -I he he won': )eieve T"e, and take his hat and -a. For tho' I cannot, cannot tell 1:in he must longer stay Yet I like limijst a lisi!c and feel dull when he's Should he take my hand and give it such a gen tie little squeeze, I'll look cross and turn my head w%ith a-"stop! sir, if you pkase." Slould he look into n; eyes and there try to read his fte, I'll shut therm up and yawn and say "its getng voi v late." I'll tease him and torn cnt him, say I'm going out to ride With Iarry and with Willie, too, and many more besidie. And then I'll say my mind is fExed, that I shall never marry, A:.d that I'm sure it's ten o'clock, why should he Iongsr tarry. Then, when I've teased him long enough, and made him jealous quite, I'll smile a little and begin to make it all just right. He my take my hand and sit quite close down y S*Ido And then I'll te-l him that per0mps one day I'l hhibrd. G. I1. M. Fojr th~ Hera?. Beauty-nY oLon. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 June 1866

-* * __ V V.Kfl ,.TERNIS-V,-50 FOR cTX)~ i, ~~i~ ' CT~~E1o~ ~*~C~NI~f~ MONTIS, IN ADVANCE.0 V U. .I S. CGRENE VOLUME-111 IT. N .) THE HERALD 1S PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. I., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, EDiITOB.S AND rItOrMUETOBS. SERMS, , FOR SIX MONTII., EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariahly in advance.) Advertisementsiseted a: $1!,.?i er squr for irst insertion, $1 for e;c abquent in:n. Marr'a ge no:ieesz, Fnrlivmin,OiCHi and Communications of persoal nteres: chaiged *& advertisements. Fur' t7 e L'Iaald. MEssRs. EDITOrs-Looking over some old D't pers, I came across the fo"oAw i-g piece, m ritten by some friend in the da of "Auild Lang SyN.e. I send you a copy if you think it wor:hy a aplace in your colunns, it is at your disposal: Not Forgotten. You think me cold. I know thit ollers deem My love for you is lon:, ali, log forgzt. Ah;' did you know that I ut only c Cen That which I am, but yet whi I am not. I'm silent most, wheu ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 June 1866

1k I 3e am Davis, ,hA pr ef n ;,z.z-A ,e tq t n nd Aprctv-xaw- -Ne cnndunt :f Mr. Dari,x.) c Sye:s-trs, Monday, June 4, 1866. The probabilities in regard to the occurrence aid the .restt of the trial of "Prisoner DAvis," as 'the ofictl reports from Fortress Monroe style 1-heft-President of the late Confeder-cy. form, *titt now, the puzzi-g topie of talk amongst the nlpwspaper foiks here, and the quid noince gene rally. This is a subje.ct upon which-the'Northern -pulic are, if possible, even -"rre anxi-us nd inquitive than the cotMnutities of the South 1wsoe the eagerness with which the lynx-eyed re Potcers .for the New York and Western press catch at-aad sift (wery passing rumor that bears k. any way -epon the fate of the great captive. 7 iAs yet TIE TIME OF HIS TRIAL Is x matter in regard to which no conclusion has been eacied. Mi Drvis and his friends, Pre<i dent Jlinson, Ghief Justice Chase and the Radi Walteaders in Congress, all profess to desire that tl.cae should be dispos...

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. — 13 June 1866

IIl RNANCIALAND cMERCIAL . Readers will rcmeu;berthatop. market lquotations are in currency unless otherwise specialy stated. COMIERCIAL. nY PILICES CURRENT. TUVE DA Y, Jtitie 12, 18O-3. tolton.-The transacti6s lasteek were smaall, at prices- ranging from 20@28c. , Apples, dried, buhe1,-. '... . .l.50 Bagging, Guin ......... .40c Dundee,............-.9.. ,... 45c. Bae Re,Manilla, per lb.........- to 40e. " ? 'Iem~p,...................- - BI4esIQne, ................. ........ . 25c. Co&ee, Rio; per pound ................... . Jara, ".............. ... .. 50C. Candles, Adamantine,............40 to 50C. Sperm,.............. .....5 to 60c. heese,-.........-...- - -.- ..35 to 40C Owrn, per bushil,.............2 Gold................. ...... - - -- -- - - .. 'Neal, per,-4vshe'. ...... .. Nackerek kita,......................-0'a 1asses, sorghum, per gallon,............. -e Cuba, - . - -8 Ail-a, per pound,.. ............... -- Rice, per pound,.-.-..........- . -SC Sgr, brown, per pond,.....

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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. — 13 June 1866

Tilting Hoops and False Calves. Much has already been written, and much vemaitsto be written, about one of the late innovations made in ladies' apparel, so far at least as regards a speciality-'&W)ps. Last winter, we read in Northern papprs a great deal in reference to skatin car:iivals, and other recreations too numerou., to nientmIi, t all of which v t-e presented scenes that astonished the "olest inhabitats," for in such large assemblages it was a thirg hitherto frknown-the striking uniformily and won derful symmetry exhibited in the persons of 'he ladies. As in the olden times there were exceptions to the general rule, so the elderly ones expected to find exceptions at this day. Their expectations were vain. Now, how or why this should be, no one could con jecture. The curious proceeded at once to the unraveling of the mystery, and their in quiries resulted in the discovery that "false 41-es" had been imported into this country, and were being worn by ladies of the class cal...

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 June 1866

THE NEWEERRY HERALD FRIDAV MORNING, JUNE -22, 1866. Mr. Jefferson DavIs. It.is not 6nly gratif ing and refreshing tca read so.admirable an article as that which we give bAlow fr(m4 the Cininnati En.u,ier, b)ut remarkatle that in the State of Qhin, the home of Salmon P.. Chase, and noted Radical stroghold too-such calm, sensibie,~and kind Isentimaents coulld be expressed in behalf of the disti gui shed p?i Ioer ofFortress Mnroe. Speaking of the report of- Sirgeon Coopel upon the heahh of Afr. D4-avis and conmenting 10reon, it cod anes: This is cat'ment That is accorded 'to a n w, frr yt'1 jear s, was at the head of i ~e than oic -mrd of the States of the Ameri a. Ubion and repre-sented their Govertiment W;i.afb'i6 . and ahroad. It iz the ':kind -f rerengeAhit is taken upon an individual wh9 was e -iecif: pon nt of a national senti ment, nracing-apiuntry nearly as large as, the niitent:o)fEurope, exclusive of Russia. itl ;n4idntes the manner in which the dignity of Ithe country is dis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 June 1866

I~ ~ -;* t The! mo d'etr.eive f:re t.h.i eve occurrcd in wr v, oriinad Lst M1om v ir orniiing be. t ;-e i - "Ifh . 11l-u i 1, 14ld o':-cbKn, ( twin h.- hvus f 0 1nd . o'ecek, n a qli y of coton storl in the1old Tflsnn Hall, oc curred at.-n.hmor when mot pep\e erC. 1-Ok1) Foundly, and thcru.being 1o waitchan, to .el of the nigh" or "ar bell to rouse the slum,l beritg tow.!% riorg d21r ) iments,' .i1 -the help (A a stiff r- eeterly gale, nede tremen, dous headway before Any (4rts wero? nifide to arrest the feae. The. hge toogusCF of fire roared aiid -leapt from Thespian j;t-rit to l*4 and aero',n to Dtncan We:-n .on. s"oreid witb cotton,thenee ver the street to Mr S. Monh gomery'& dwellng,.ard D T. Aou t're inti dwEllIng, and as t ) buiAingscer ig rnpi,iy razed, and ib'2r in-at 4 g g as it were for their lives, vPst be1t s 'f jiamn e swept sirulta 11eously in almost every direction. From Dun can's ware house, oh ilhe north-western corner of maii street and -Dr. G's, on die north-e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 June 1866

ne Jer ome i mestea on ine npper I1oor of 11he buildirg forinerAy T'c d byi 1. e. Wri!bt. as ta Tin cqtablishment, L. w on the. lower rtqry by Lovelice & WhT ler ; po tite Col. Leare1l' Mm11,4- THrd. On Wed3e6day morning this paper wil he Pgain issued, an4 ny notites designed for pu,bidation will he handed in "On Tuer,d4Y rnrngt' insure publication. Our - gular advrtiing ptrons will- a pprecate the necessity, (in the lak of room)in,our or11itting their advertisenents for the present. We r,re pleae'd to stme *blt oluir odd friends Messrs. Gonin & L7ken' will open in a few days in the bi!dinc hnown i; the old har ber shop, and lately -ec pi b Y -J. Pope, ES- *l. Among t lo s, ,- tne rieeit fire, we re gret to learn., vre Lhe books, pdp.er nd seals of Signet ChAer tnd A.pi:y Lodge, which were in the hands of the Secretakry, Mr. Jas. Larkin. THE LATE FI R . tevidethv the work 'of design. Pm Ir n.g was sy:arently sste11aic. Tthcft ws-the rcder of tdie y nd quite .a 0uantity 4f go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 June 1866

.WouN.-Varied as the-flowers .of the earth is-the.character of- women to a large garden ay- the whole sex be compared-; rank we'ds are found there, the sharp., stinging nettle and the poisonous nightshade; but likewise are seen bkt,oms of rich beauty-plants of graceful growth-tbe scented rose and the climbing jasmine-the painted tulip-aud thod Rst lily--all are met in the'great parterre of the world, blooming side by side, mingling Oither fragrance or poison with the air.around.. And the influence of a woman is as diversified as her character, whether in a domestic or publc cpoinit of view, Two women may be placed in precisely the same circumstan.es socially, the one will. diffuse happiness, the other destroy it; the .one will giye a perfect charm to life, and the other make it ulnost .a curse; and simply by a diversity of tempera oent producing differe-nt resuts. An il-tempered, quarreisome womun is.a nuisance on .earth. An 1ll-tempere.d* man is bad enough, but the perpetual "niggl...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 June 1866

THE NEWBERRY HERALD WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1866. S. I. McFALL Respectfully informs his friends and patrons that the remnant of his stock, saved from the fire, will be opened in the store formerly occupied by Williams & Ferguson, Mollohon Row, for the use of which he is isdebted to the kindness of Mr. W. H. Rutledge, He will remaia there until the new store is reconstrueted,-not by the Rad's or -Thas, but by Capt Davis. J une 2. R. B. HOLMAN & CO. CARD. Having saved a few goods from the late con flagration, and having removed them to the store room formerly occnpied by Mr. W. T. Wright, as a Tin Shop, we will be happyr to see our old friends, customeris and the public generally. June . LOVELACE & WHEELER. NOrliCE, NOTICE, NOTICE. The Administratrix of the Estate of Bennett Perry, Es,% deceased, (Mrs. M. C. Perry) having app*inted me her attorney to settle with all those indebted to, the above Estate. I hereby noti fy all concerned that they can find their notes and a...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 June 1866

NEWIRERRY, S. C. Wednesday Moiniug, Yune 27, 1866. As stated in the.last issue the present size is the best that we can do or give our patrons un der the circumstances. Some few have asked if we cannot do better, print a larger sheet, &c. We answer no, unfortunately, not just now, but in the course of a short timegve will fully satisfy them, we trust in all these respects. All we ask is a charitable forbearance, and not to look for impossibilities. We are working hard to gratify them, and before very long we think there will be no reasou to complain. On the other land, the sympathy and good wishes of the large ma jority is fully appreciated and gratefully remem .bered. Thanks are tendered.to our town subscribers for their liberal and hearty response to the call of last week, in aiding us by the renewil of their subseri'Ptions. As a general thing, all whom we called upon cheerfully did so, while many new ad diions were made to our list. A few wco. out of the way, and therefore we...

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