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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 September 1871

- vADV ERTISING .RATES Advertisements insertei at the rate of S IS!re auSHED - --LunartetEepercentO * EVEZY WEDNESDAY MO11NING, Notices of meeting,obituaries andtril By To~.F. &B. I. G~enker,~ Uof respect, same rates per square as ordn. - At Newberry C. If., advertisements. By Thos. F. &R. H1. Greneker,s ~v/~ 1~ pr tne.\~~~l ..A dvtisemen.ts not mnrk~ed with the nn Editors and Propric:ors. r g r din le. HRMS, $e? $ 9 YvKVA Specd i ntreets made with larg adv- r* Ia~azabi in dva~ce. ____________--__-_-__- - - - -- tisers, w :th liberal deductions on above rat.. in ariaby n- -n .- - - -- - - ~ Th, paer i S0p,,ed at the expiraticn o0!~T time for which it is pa.d. V vil. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2,1 N\O. 38 ni n [; The o mark denotes expiration of sub- * scription. __- ii i.VI..J)JJ~. cm ah MUTUALLY MISTAKEN. "Beware of pickpockets,Joshfua," said Joshua Barker's mother to her son, when that interesting young gentleman was about set ting forth to visit his Aunt Betsev Baker, 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. — 20 September 1871

LOVE. BY :FANNY DowN1NG. 7.agie wishes unexprcst Stran,e fan,cies-sv,!ct unre: That's love. Much~ msing-sudden sighs Bright bluA.hes-dowileast eYes That's love. Verse making-sointle Night slepes-lttlefo,d That's lo-ve. Faint whispers-ansvers lo--v Head throbbing-heart a;,low T;Iat's love. liands captured-stolen kiss l1f s'Irinking-trembling bliss That's love. R-y hours swiftly whirled Too happy for this world That's love. Fierce quarrel-frantic fears Wild anguish-bitter tears Th.it's love. Free foriveness-full redress Eestatic happiess That's love. Life together-death apart Two bodies-one heart That's love. %ew hearen under sky We wedded-you and I That*s love. A BLACK Bjr.AsT.-H1agar Simmons, i very mild looking aunty of the old school, had her husband-John Simmons -arrested y,sterday and carried before Justice Leefv, for marrying Binah L,ek w*e,a sprmce looking junior, "unbe kna.r'. to her." Sue set forth in be! -o"laivt that she had been living with Lh John "for more dan dese many...

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 September 1871

EADVERTISItC RATES Advertisements inserted at the rate of ' Per square-ne inch--t'r first insertion,. IS PtBLISHED , $1 for eaCh subsequent insertioD. Dem - - colunni advertisements ten per cent un'als~ VERYWNotices ofnieetigs;obitriesand tri jVERY EDNEDAYMO.ANG . -of respect, same jres per square as ordie: At Newberry C. i. advernsemens. By To~. . & . H.Grer4~r,Special notices in lo'esI eolumn 20 e-. By Thos. P. & R. H. Grerder"'""* -Editor5 and Proprie-ors.he.fiseto wle,kpinil,or Iovarab~yin Avanc. ~ - --- ---- - - - - - *-- - --------____--.-.--- - - - - -- - . - - .----- - - --- - -- - tes ith liberal deductious on abbTe rt Invariably in Adranee. - fl7Thv paper is stopped at the expiration of - - - I \ S time for which it is paid. Vo01 VI WEDNESDAY MRNING, SYEPTMBER 27, 1871.O No. 39.th-me-ssan 07 The Z mark denotes expiration of sub- *]0Terms Cash'. 4cription. I CANNOT AFFORD IT." Mr. St. John entered the fash- i ionable dry-goods store of Lover ing & Brothers to se...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 September 1871

A iBNARYE S. 6; Sednesday, Septem1ber 2?, 1871. Mr Special attention is directed to the "call for a Survivora' Association," which %ill be found in another column. Imp4tant to 1lanters.-The Tare on Cottor. We are receiving from manufacturers of cotton goods in different parts of the country, says the New York Daily Bul letin, what seem to be very r,asonable and well faundcd otjections to the very heavy tare that is likely to be put upon cot'on bales this season. The general complaint is that nothing but the hea viest bagging is called for this season, and that with this and the six iron straps used in binding, the tare ill be from 30 to 35 pounds to the bale. Last season there was little or no complaint on this score, for the reason that bag ging was high and cotton low, and the light Dundee was used to a very great extent. One manufacturer writes to us that he lately purchased 51 bales of up land cotton for his will, covered with heavy India bagging and bound with iron hoops; the t...

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. — 27 September 1871

CHARLESTON G4A Incorporated by Act of General Assen F RS T SINGLE NUM AND DtS 400 Awards in United Sta FOR THE BENEFIT OF WILL T.i THURSDAY, O At No. 147 Meeting Street, Charlest Fall Certificate Shares, $5; Ten Thousand FOUR UNDRED AWARDS of United st: diately upon the Ruffle taking pIce SCHDULE One Award of $10,000 in Gold Bonds, is. - - -- One Award of$2.500 in Cold Bonds, is. ......... One Award of;.000 In Go id Bonds, it........... One Award of 1.uW in Gold Boods, is.......... ... One Award of 5-9 in Gold BIonds, it.................. One Award of 5 .0 in Gold Bouds. is................ One Award of 500 in Gold lo::dt, is........ One Award of 25, in Gold Bonds,. ....... . One Award o 25i in Gold louds.' is. .............. One Award of 25) in Gold Bonds, is........... One Award of 25, in Gold Bonds, is......... ....... One Award of 2o in Gold louds, is........ One Award of 20) in Gold Bonds, is........ One Award of 21io in Gold Bonds, kq..... One Award of 200 in Gold Bonds, is.......

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. — 27 September 1871

Widder Spriggins' Daughter.: Words and Music by A. T. Gorham. Musa in October Number Peters' Mu:sical Monthly. 'Twas on a beauteous Summer morn, When things were up and comin', Ar.d all among the punkin vines The bumble-bees were humuin'; I took an early half mile walk, As every bodyd' orter, When in the cowpath I was met By Widder Spriggins' Daughter. Her eyes were black as David's ink, Her cheeks were red as fury, And one smack of her luscions lips Would bribe a judge or jury. I bow'd-she curcbeyed just the way Her nice old Mar had taught her; She smiled-and oh ! my heart was gone To Widder Spriggins' Daaghter. Says I, "My dear, how do ye do?" Says she, "I reckon 6nely;" Says I, "Of all the gals I know, You look the most devinely." I snatched a kiss-she slapped my face, Yn fact, just as she'd orter; "Behave yourself, how dare you, sir " Cried Widder Spriggios' Daughter. Just then an old rampageous sheep Who had been feedi-ig near, sir:" Squared off, and like a ton of bricks IIe 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. — 4 October 1871

elflIE HERALD 18 PUDLISHEKD Avriennsliru tteit t WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. o T . F. & R. H.I Unoker, " AdItors and Proprieors. ITArrms, $ PIFNI awi Invariably In Advance. ------ - - - - - - - -------- Tih a er is stopped at the expiration of - - - - -- ---- f c a Is pa W it aidVol. E WR NANESDAY MTE.ING V The M mark denotes expiration of sub2 randcharged acconHng.y. J am an engincer. For since road wias laid, I've travoled i4 oVQlr every day or nearly every .,atof.my lifo. cr a good while I've had the oluo 0ngin)o in chargo-tho San Frannisco-the prettiest engine on the road, and as well managod, if I say. it, ats the boit. It was a South-western road, so we will say, from A to Z. At A, my good old mot0her lived ; at Z, I had the sweotest little wife under the sun, and baby ; and I always had a dollar or two put by for a riny day. I was an odd kind of 1man. Being shut up with the apgine, watching with all your eyes and heart and soul, inside and out, don't make a man talk...

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. — 4 October 1871

ddnesday, Octobor 4, 1871 LaUrens Especially. Mr. Joseph Crews is out in a card, which, among other things preparat toproving himself an unjustly tradu< individual and a political martyr, he sa, that the continued false and iijrit reports circulated against his fair fai and name, particularly in Laurens cot ty, have not been lust sight of by hi and tbat.a.Iquidk as time will perm he will upset. the quiet now reigning -Warsaw, and that his enemies shall ha the share they are justly entitled to. And J. Adam Crews has comnenc Auit against S. D. Garlington of Laure for property forcily taken from him the night of the 26th Oct. last. Simil suits are to be commenced against oth parties it is said. A Merited Compliment. We have been informed that Dr. Pere Porcher, of Charleston, is invit by the Chief of the Health Departme of New York to go and unite with h in concerting measures with a view to t next probable approach of cholera, a fcT otier purposes connected with I ginie and health p...

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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. — 4 October 1871

Ihe same old stove! Prove all things-hold fast that which is good. NOT a new fangle thing gotten up on the'cbeap oider as a sort of catch penny, and heralded to the world as something great before it bas been tried and proved; but the same Stove that has been before the public for the last six years. and has won for itself a reputation which few Stoves have, and well en titles it to the name it bears, THE LEADER. Many manufacturers have offered the subscriber the exclusive sale of their Stoves. but he has in every in stance declined. for the very best Zea<on, that none of their Stoves coties up to this in his e-timation. Tei-y heavy yet no surplus iron about it. Well proportioned, not having a contracted body and ex panded top to zire it a false appear ance like tpany of the catch pennies now offe'rd to the public. The thousands that are using this Stove can testify to its superiority. A variety of other Cooking Stoves alwars on hand. HEATING STO1ES in variety, very cheap. TIN WO...

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. — 4 October 1871

AGAINST THE TIDE. Agrinst the tidemh :nge !gainst the tid. No slightest wave but drifts me back to shore ; Though wtrai:nin' every nerre, I still ddde, With strength ail spent, jist where I wa-, before. Why could I not have stayed upnr:- the shiore, To pick up shining pebbleq in the sun, I n<tead of laborin! at thie st-ess o r, To sleep ii peace when the dy's wor: was done? Mv lon;zin- heart forbids suvh reat to me. Tholgh I rc-ali not the goal tht is be But live on wrestling with the wind tnd sea, And die with tired hand upon the )-ir. V,1ALB P1 IPR TXY FOR SALE. A Rare Chance for Invesiment. BRIN11 deAirous of devoting nyself ex clii',ve!y to the Conmiw.;ion isiness, I of fer mn entire REAL ESTATE, situated in Ne%berry County, FOR SALE. eonsiting of the :'ok>wing TIACTS of LAND, vir.: TRUCT NO. I-Containing "JI( nere, more or less, on which is my cT n.-, a 4-rge, newly fitted-up house, cotnining nine rooms, pantries, Closets, &c., and all necessary out-builtigs, Al:,o, a...

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. — 11 October 1871

THEz nERALD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN-INIG, At Newberry C. H1ea By Thos. F. & R. H.R(,Irenekero Editors and rropric:ors. Invariably in Advance. The paper is stopped at the expiration of timefo lwic it is paid.01 1 p ~ ub-Vol. VII. W EDNESDAY AlOR-NrN I-G'C O E 1 8 . o 1 OCwa eans n ipc 0 The X mark denot .:xpira of sub- *, *CTCah \eriptio5. forIeach_subsequea insertion. --. GEORGE JOHNSTONE, ATTOR-NEY AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. OrFICE ON LAW RANGE. b July 19, 29-Grn. S. FURMAN, 1 ATTORNEY AT LAWiar AND t TRIAL JUSTICE. d OFFICE ON LAW RANGE1. ~T May 3, 18-1y. GRAESER & HARMON, CHARLESrON. S. C. THE Undersigned have formed a Co partnership for the transaction of a COT- C TON FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COM MISSION BUSINESS. They tender their services to their friends and the public, and 4hll be pleased to receive a call from them ..at their offi.e on BROWN & CO.'S WHARF. CLARENCE A. GRA ER. THOMAS F. HARMON. C :Sept. 6, 36-t4n. th WM. J LAKE, Insurance ,!Agent,! NEWBERRY, S. C. AGENT F...

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. — 11 October 1871

At " -- Ag-ry WE T &. C's T o s fdedn sday , October 11, '18 7. Tho!q Wit The Union on the Presentment. Why The editor of the Columbia Union in To his u,ual s:vle tries to make a sen5ation orgient out of passages .f the late grand jury preser,tmrent. The pressure Kr% 1C cn 3ur coluwos prevents lengthicr notiet T- than this: "He that reproveth a scorner, gctteth But I to himself shame ; and he that rehuke:h At- -t a wicked man getteth himself a blot P-ov Oth ch. 7th v. -:e instruction to a wi<e man and he will yet be wiser; teach a just nn, and he will increase in lcarnivg."-Prov. 9th ch. 9th v. New Census and Patent Laws. cl1, With the Cpalplituents of MNUt & Co., fer pubisners of the Scientifie Ancriean,, Ne I New York, we have received a r.eat lit I tic volume of 12-1 pages, entitled as above. nic It contains the complete census of 1S70, showing the populadon, by counti-s, of S all the States and rerritories, with' their -FJP Areas, and the population of the p!irci s al...

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. — 11 October 1871

SHERIFF'S SALE. IN PR.OBATE COURT. James E. M. Reid, Petitioner, against Ge< .)V. Reid and Martha E. Reid, Defendants. Petition for Partition of Land. By virtue of an order of James C. Leah Probate Judge, I will sell, on sale-dav, t 6th of November, at Newberry Court H1oust One Hundred and eight am 69-100 acres of land, mor less, situated about two miles from the town < Newberry. bounded and butting upon lan' B. M. Buzhardt, E. H. Chri-tian. a!sd .. I Smith, James Henry, James 3affett an James A. Crotwell. Mzaxs.or SALs.-One half ca,h. the bilanc on a credit of twelve nouths, with iuteret fro day ot sale, and bond and mort.age to secur the credit portion. Purcha-er to pay for stamn d ?apers. and to have privilege of paying ti -who iu cash if desired. TiuS. 31. PAYSINGFR. Oct 2. 71, Gt t19.53 S. N. C. 77tc Paper for Every Reader. THE IL.USTR%ATED Record and Repository Formerly Called The Illustrated F=mil Friend. A 51AMMOTH REPOSITOtY OF GO(Y READNG. Science. Art. Stories. Poet...

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. — 11 October 1871

A FEW PLAIN FACTS. M;1:1' a fool' Whenwi, hmt ht, wuts it coo! will-: its cotol ho wan)n, it !hot ; Nc'er co%tenr, d %%":h lI- It):. when it' h Ie for -in.' -rs is sure to igl Of the ret the fuol ::lin; Iot or cold, or dry or vI, Noti::g !oits thi.tt hI.- c ; I contsr, as a ru'., Man's a flool A. ). LOVELACE. CHANGE OF LOCATION. T11E s,cribr tas ple:e in iform ing his f-icn! :gi- :e e g neral!y, that he h!a rvm-t 'ro:m hi. oil s-r to the storc for c1riy occu dt a )IJ;inerY ore, inh ofi at i '.h ! e C 'ourt IIouse, and that he 1as v: LaAd a choice assortment of Confectionery. canned (o;ds. Faney Articles, family Girocerles. Tobacco, 6egars, &, To all of -ich lihe invitez attt'ion, and -s the new ttore ie lar,., ;, sho% %ood to h! ter advant t e, and dl ; t,f i f . will be lmilpv if very ue of II oAi fr-::ds and many nvw omz, to::ether mith zny otheVr of th . -. - . .%uan atIl"y wio h11 p-1t to bo .'ro!i:;r aro n wi: ;,ty 1; ; a vi:4t. A. 1).L ,'- A . Sep. 1:;, 37-:f. AdniistiAtri...

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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. — 18 October 1871

THEHERALD Is rUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOIRNING, t Newberry C. H. By Thos, F, & R, H. Genker, Editors and Proprietors.l)roineiosw be ep in ilfoA rNSMADERTSSN RATES.a-WNT Invariably in Advance.sq - nc-fo ri et , Do?~5 for eachr susqun insertpon DothNpiatono time WEDNESDA whRcG No 42 paid.DVoum IW averts s and Tpenae.O UwSeca neTems ocashl column o sub scperptine. GEORGE JOHNSTONE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. July 19, 29"m. S. FURMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND TRIAL JUSTICE. OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. May 3, 18-1y. GRAESER & HARMON, CHARLESTON, S. C. THE Undersignred have formed a Go partnership for the trainsaction of a COT TON FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COM MISSION BUSINESS. They tender their services to their friends and the public, and shall be pleased to receive a call from them at their office on BROWN & CO.'s WHARF. CLARENCE A. GRAESER. THOMAS F. HARMON. Sept. 6, 36-3m. WM. J LAKE, Insurance Agent, NEWBERRY, S. C. AGENT FOR THE ;Piedmont & Arlington Lif...

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. — 18 October 1871

iYednesday, October 18, 18?1, Episcopal Convention. At the Episcopal Convention held at Baltimore, the Rev. Win. Bell White Howe was consecrated assistant bishop of South Carolina. The sermon was 1 preached by the Right Rev. Lord B. Sel wyn, Bishnp of Litchfield, England. Two Bishops have been appointed to prepare a book of common prayer in the Spanish language. The Temperance Advocate. This paper comes to us this week in an enlarged, and otherwise improved form, printed from new material entirely, and presents a neat and beautiful ap pearance. We congratulate the "Order," that it has so creditable and worthy an Advocate, and bespeak f>r it a large and liberal support, not cny from the niem bers of th order, but from many others. It is edited and published by Mr. Frank P. Beard, Columbia, at $2 per annum. Any subscriptions left at this office will be cheerfully sent to the editor. Hoge and his Ccl=ed Brother. Ex-representative Hoge and R. B. Elliott vibited the Pic idential man.i...

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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. — 18 October 1871

1ECUTORS' SALE OF , REAL ESTATE. BY Virtue of an Order from the Court of Probate for sald County, we will sell at Edgefield C. H., to the highest bidder, on the first Monday In November next, the following LANDS belonging to the Estate I of MARSHALL FRAZIER late of sald County, dec'd., viz: ONE TRACT OF LAND at Island Yord, on Big Saluda River, known as the Ifoie Tract, containing Six Hundred and Ninety. six Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Lod Hill, J. H. Brooks and others. Also. ONE OTHER TRACT at Island Ford, known as the River Tract, containing Ei:;ht ifundred and Fifty-nine Acres, more or less, sdjoining lands of Jeremiah Cooper, Beard. the Home Tract and otLers. The above Lands are very valuable and prc.uctive, have good improvements, agd are in a high state of cultivation. A rare opportunity is here offered to persons wishing real estate to purchase the best plantation in Edgefield County. Also. THE HOMESTEAD whereon the said Marshall Frazier resided at the time of his...

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. — 18 October 1871

SONG. erN birds, for tle day is waking, And the sky is a sea of light; Waken, bl om, thy drean:s forakiig., Now 'tis no longer night. Waken, heart, and sing to lis praise Wbo decrees that thou shouldst gues5, From the sacred blessing love brings always, Of heaven's d-en blsQe'Ins A. D. LOVELACE. CHANGE OF LOCATION. TH o, snseriber :Ake pleasure in inform jn his friends and the publie gennCraly, that he has ren:oved f,otll h,is old stand to the store forierly occup ed as a Millinrv 'rC, 1piniediately oppo,ite the Court ~House, and that he hias on hand a cho:ce assortment of Confectlonry. Canned Goods. f4an y Articles, Family Gracerips. Tobac-o, Segars, A. To all of v.;ich he iiv;tes attention, :mnd as the new stnre is larmer, shows goods to bet terad.auLage, and the sto,k is fuller, he wiD be happy if every one of his old friends Ind many new ones, tozether mithl any others of tie great human faiily who hap pen to be strolling around, %%ill ny hin6 a Visit. A. D. LOVELAE. Sep. 13, 37...

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. — 25 October 1871

NE H E RA L-,D - mm ~ADVERTISINC RATES. flt.fMLU~Advertisemeins inserted at the rate of S1 ?A IS1 for each subsequent insertion. Duble EVERYNotices of meetings, obituaries and tribute of respect, same rates per aquare as ordinary At ewbry C. H.advertisements. By Thon. Fo & Ri H. Greneker,ocaccoumo0ie Editors and Proprietors. Iter of 'nsertions will be kept in till frbid aind charged accordingly. ?E&f6', U ?H *~~~ *__ tsec,ith cotrat ade we nithn larg vcr -.4nariably in Advance. J I.ggggggg ~tt=gpr- fs stomed at the expiration of t.t I "''a*""'Vo. VII WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 1871. No. 43. Done with Net,esand Dispatch. 7 The X mark denotes expiration of sub eola 0 EMBGE JOHNSTONE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, '4EWBERRY, S. C. OFEICE ON LAW RANGE. July 19, 29-6m. S. FURMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND TRIAL JUSTICE. OFFICE' ON LAW RANGE. may 3, 18-ly. GRAESER & HARMON, CHARLESTON, S. C. THE Undersigned have formed a Co partnership for the transaction of a COT TON FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COM. M...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 October 1871

R I rWV I R"r, . dednesday, October 25, 181. Our Interdant recently received a let ter from 'Edgefield," asking that New berry sevd delegates to a Convention to be held in Columbia, relative to the R. R. line from Augusta to Spartanburg, via Eigefield and Laurens. The people of Newherry have in con tntvplation, and have had for years, the building of a Railroad from Augusta, Ga., to Chester, via Edgefield and New berry; and that a charter was once ob. tained for a part of the way, to-wit from Newberry to Chester, and the line surveyed. A meeting will be he!d at the Court ouse, this Wednesday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, to take action in the matter, when it is hoped that the meeting will be largely attended. The Useless Proclamation. As our columns will not admit of the publication of the entire proclamation President Grant has seen fit to issue, in consequence of the rebellion which DOE$ NOT FXIST in the several counties under ban, we produce the concluding para graph, which covers the...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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