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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 October 1871

S Executor's. Sale. BY tieauibotity of the last will and te jament of Col.'JORJN HAIR, dee'd., we w gel1 at the late residence of said dec'd., < AW 14th DAY- OF NOVEMBER NEXT, '*e pftpety,.both real and personal, b lowjing-to said Estate, three tracts of lan Tract No. 1. Known as the home trac containing Two Hundred and Eighty-or and three-fourth Acres, more or less. Tract No. 2. Known as the Mack plac cotaining Ode Hundred and Seventy Acre Taore or less. Tract No. 3. Known as the Piney Woo( place, containing Seventy-three Acres, moi or less. ;Borses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, sevc or eight Bales Cotton, Cotton Seed, Cor Fodder, Wheat, Oats, Gin, Thresher, Fai Surveying Instruments, Rail Road Stoel Iron Safe, Wagons, Buggies, Cart, Plart: tion Tools, Household and Kitchen Fuen ture, &c. The conditions of sale will be made know on day of sale. JAMES B. HAIR, Executor W. P. HARMON, E Oct. 18, 42-3t* The State of South Carolina-Count of N'ewberry.-In Common Pleas. Martin J. Yo...

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. — 25 October 1871

A-WAIF. 0 sotl, takm heart! Though long the way, Thy rest shall come at last. _Notalway4 shall the shadows fall; - Dawn breaks when night is past. Earth's children oft have trod a path Of bitte- weariness below, To reach the jasper courts above, Whire living waters flow. Be "faithful to the end.' 0 soul Nor doubt the Master's will; Throuxh light or shade II,' ever near, And watches o'er thwe still. Wood-sourr.e, N. Y. 0. WOOL CARDING AT 0Godgion'8 Factory, Our CARDING MACHIINES are in first rate order, and turning ot the BEST 1'LLS at ONLY 101 cts. per lh. if oiled i not, 2 cents extra. Wool left with Messrs. Mayes & Martin. will be received carded and returned FREE of charge for ransportattion. The continned patronage of the citizens of Newberr% solicited, atid :atisf.ion grarantced. Rs S. & J. I. GOODGION. Sept 27, 39-2mo. IIPOR TANT NOTICE CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS, All Retail Orders amounting to $20 and Over Delivered In any Part or the Country FREE OF EXPRESS CHARGES. HAMI...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 November 1871

T.AAisVERTISING RATES. __ 8 I'UDLiSRED pr ss:nr one inch-h frs tnrtlerio, -e j 2 EVgRY WE~DNESD AY MOI1NING, - oilumn aadvertisoe ts ten per centon abo.ve. 03, P,& a. HGrenekr s.ee nsin rc., or suaw een,.ias B At . HG ooper lino. - Editors and PMopriotors. Advertisements nt marked w4th the anm. Invaribly iu Advance. ...-.-------- -- tis i-.i. -th..a g. ad.r u7 Vi ne ss;pe at the expirntion of --. ~ - - - - ..~---- -.- - - - - - - - - - . . .- ... .- .ddStoso fmark denotes expiration or ob Vol. VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1871. No. 44. t 'onsaiis.teh. -w o ptQ - .. ..- -.....-. ._ .Te m Cah GEORGE JOHNSTONE, "ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. OrFIC ON LAW RANGE. July 19, 29--0m. p S. FURMAN, s ATTORNEY AT LAW AND TRIAL JUSTICE. OFFICE ON LAW IANGE. - .W 3, 18-1y. iAIEER & HARMON, CHARLESTON, S. C. TIlE Undersigned have formed a Go ;erip for the tran.action of a COT FACTORAGE AND GEN1AiL GM - NrJlS INESS. They tender their t i iend and the public, and ,shall be pleased ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 November 1871

ARMRIERr . C Aednesday, November 1, 181. Particularly Special. All parties indebted to this office, out. side the limits of the town, are asked to call on.us and settle at once. The large aggregate due us in various smallamounts for adverti.,ing and special notices, trib utes, etc., is considerable, and the ninev is needed. If these amounts are not soon paid we will place them in proper hands for cvllect ion. Patience! Patience!! Patience!!! In our last issue we eaioned our citi. zen,s against any undue excitement or alarm, in view of the siturtion presented by the arbitrary and unwarranted proclamation of President Grant. Yet, that the situation is a grave one, and fraught with issues su-il cient to disturb our peace, no one will de ny. The lines have "not fAllen to us in phnsant p.ecs". The vils of wrath %bich o-:r e:ewies have been for so long time driveling, nre row poured out in bitter spite a:d hatred, and we are brought to an extremity which excites the ympathy of 1XVAN breas...

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 November 1871

Executor's Sale. BY the authority of the last will and tes mfient of Col. JOHN HAIR, de'd., we will sell at the late residence of said dec'd., on the 14th DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXT, all The property, both real and personal, be onging to said Estate, three tracts of land, Ar. Tract No. 1. Known as the home tract, containing Two Hundred and Eighty-one and three-fourth Acres, more or less. Trict No. 2. Known as the Mack place, containing One Hundred and Seventy Acres, more or less. Tract No. 3. Known as the Pmnev Woods placse containing Seventy-three Acres, more or les HDorses, Mules, Cattle, Hog, Sheep, seven orewght Bales Cotton, Cotton Seed, Corn, Fodder, Wheat, Oats, Gin, Thresher, Fan, Surveying Instruments, Rail Road Stock, Iron Safe, Wagons, Buggies, Cart, Plar.ta tion Tools, Household and Kitchen Furni ture,.&c. The'conditions of sale will be made known on day of sale. JAMES D. HAIR, W. P. IIARMO, Executors. Oct. 18, 42-3t* The State of South Carolina-County of.Yewberry.-In Comm...

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

NEARER HOME. A HT1-N BY T1E9 LATE PirEE CARY. One svaetlyso7emI~tho)Uzht Co-neq t, me o'er :rj-l e'er l'm atem::hn-me to-4ay Thani I ever have bte4en before. Nearer my Father's houe, Where the-niary mansion- be; .Nearer th great white throne, -Neftrer the,crystal sea. Nearer tl.e bound of lift, Wiec we 1av olir burdens down; Nearer leaving the cross, Nearer gaining the crvwn. But the waves of that tilent sea Roll dlark before my sight, That brightiv the other side Break on a shore of light. 0, if my mortal feet Have almost gained the '>rink, If it be I am nearer hom. Even to-day than I think. Father, perfect my trust, Let my spirit feel in death That her feeL are firmly set On the rock of a ]iring faith. VIRFABLE PROPERT FOR SALE. A Rare Chance for Investment. BEING deirous of devoting myself ex cluaively to the Counnission Business, I of f-r my entire REAL ESTATE, situated in N.:berry County, FOR SALE, consisting of the following TRACTS of LAND, viz: TRACT NO. -Containing 34o ac...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 November 1871

E s H :B E D E.VER>Y WEDMNESDAI1 ),ORN-NG By Thos.. HR .Geencker,1r A v'r~mnsi rt~der~ f$ADVERTiS!NC RATES. A-.vetiemnt insrte i;sote l the rxperofivu of ti t: ffr each snblaequient insertion. I 0hbl cohunnIf .:dvertisements~ ten per cent on above. rNotices of meetings, obituaries and tribut- I script-repe. nm rattes per square as ordinairy Pho, ~. &B. . Genaer j ~/ ~ :'.j-. \Special notees in local cohiumn 20cet B y _ _ _ y -~ K / ~ ~ ~/ x / / . ~ * ~ / 1 j . , .. ! v e r t i s e m. e n t s n o t m a r k e d w i t h t h e n u m - Edtr*n rpi:r ber of i rtions wiill be kept in till forb,id iii charged accord:ugiy. aoert~ re The palper i.a stopped at the expiration of () _f ,r tam IQ~Wi itVol.tI VII. WEDNESDA MOl NG NOVE BER \SE No. 45.I Ione-"tb Neitnessand Dispatch. 77- Thei / mar. U otet expir:ation of sub- 'Terms Cash. script'n.__________ - -' -- GE0R-E .1H NSTUNE, .ATTOR"NEY AT LAW, NEWBERY, S. C. OFFICE ON LAW R.NGE. Jaly 19, 29-6n. S. FURMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND TRIAL JU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 November 1871

C t - co:n~~ in b.H us wi:h a e.'o et! h "- ob o pie of the fnit.1 e -' b late colored c n: . e:: 9.ee ad 2:aits wen'C : :i1 What -ext An e epr : ya,e:s e I!,1.*m -: retping a harvest, bv nn t the ner.veo'! \h Ch e '' u theIr hair grow c.t : : mnan's. 'I e y:a e frever The Ne-'.erry coeode. r, t-: N. Y. Ir d Sry : S .V erryv n t a.d suz:sts th-t Pre-iden: Grant hn becn imposed upon by Loyal Leaguers." His fir-t ltter appears on our outside th;S wee!k, h .Isater- levter., WIl pa next week. Car Barkers Abroad. Late "iles from Eurprean papers co:n nent Et fvorah*!y On tne appirtIent of the L.o:oion ti:-m :f Henry Clews & Co., as bankers ahr-oid for ali forci.n coutriles of the U. S. Go-crninent ain( the Treasury Depart:.ent in place rf Barn: Bros. It i.- irue that no fecing but the ut most ccrdiality of spirit exists betwcen the"e two representative banking houses. It is not true, that Baring Rro,-. have traesacted their business nith the Go, er-ment :n an u:.sat:i(ftory mnfner. Os...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 November 1871

7W FA LL STRfq IN STORE AND NO01 OPfMXG A beau:1fni FA L L :T(''K of POII!E( and 1) M I -TIC DRY GOODS, Which have been solected with espc'i care, and wlhic we fel satistid will giv unqualified satfaeulon, both in s,yles an qualitics as well as :n 'RICE-4. This socl will be found CHOICE and CHEAP And consLts of Calicoes. Delaines. Scote'i Plaids. Alpacas, Boibazines. PopliIns. Silks. La(es. m'nbroidories. Ribboz:s Trimmings. IIosiery. H:ni,kerchief Fancy Go'ods. Nitions. Perfuniv, SOLpS, Pocket Cutlery. SHAWLS & GLOAK8, For the ladies; and for the gentlemen CASSIEMERES, BROA l)CLOTI IS, JEANS. SHIRTS, Hats, Shoes and Boots. IN GROCERIES We have the best SUGAlS. COFFEES, BACON. COIN. BAGGING and TIES. &c. Call and see and be convinced. :nd save money by getting cheap god from M. BARRE & SON. Sept. 6, 36-tf. BOUG1T LO! LOVELUE & VIHEELEli Are rw showing AT THEIR UPPER STORE An unusu'.ly large stock of DRY COODS, Suhas CALICOES. DR ESS G OODS of all kinids - Ii)niiuus. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 November 1871

A RNDEAU. * XrE :ry :I L; h e. r li I.n:'kn ihrch .io ;. , alt b L o .. t:. r tn th all X:4i t.,ken ere my lcart was Wt .w:are, In; 1:c of grVy tye l l rm g1:&1 %e ge womanc: taOL * '- c I.4.eaI' - o . * rro A Nome" with1 our Exchan e - * - 1n n:(rs" Mic Motrn:Y. pubo.ica at Cevelar:d. 10lio is an (eclnt :vonthI 'Tt 1'ot or:.-: give4. 1.4t-.1 IT,'U-jcit gems. but it * itlk;d w ith'choice read!.t ' in:t :itter. SuIbscripti( -Ohio. revew t-e !:w(-, ai: l' d gk e nu,iC:, nblhd y r.ddn I :.I havatna GA. the 74t un:ier of which we acknowlege delev .:t.:t#ien2t in typography si ag o.j i gi the. ch eflDt uJclnio mont lv we receive. and as gcho xs the best Bal BcTe ,.t e.-e u and choru' is charrning.y te de' ard i.et. n 'rie ciy i per anrum. - dEr.:' 1 oni:, is recived i r Octoer xi look' a" bright ared i1hLter4ti.:: as (ee. We ho that all iht bovi t:d -cir beugciq; to the p Ia's ad muci's nho take and red the H Ra are the u isr of sei and readirng Bue ae,ziri. as it deign mre aA eserpc...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 November 1871

IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOPNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, " 1n Editors and Proprietors. Invariably in Advance. -i {C- Th. ptaper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it izs pod o v7T 4 7 27 The mark deno'sl expiration of .;ub- * JA screchsuseuetinerio.nou. GEORGE JOHNSTONE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. July 1, 29-6m. S. FURMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND TRIAL JUSTICE. OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. May 3, 18-17.__ GRAESER & HARMON, C IA RLE.STON, S. C TIIE Undersgned have formed a Co partnership for the transaction of a COT XON FACTORAGE AND GENERAL GOM '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 BRiOWN & CO.'S WIIARF. CL.AIEN;E A. GIZA E,Eil. TII0MAS. F. HARMON. 5 ~Se p:. it, 0 :m W. J LAKE, Insuran%e A.gent, NEWBERRY. S. C. Ai;ENT Fol. THE Piedmont & Arngton Life Insurance Company. Asets over : : : :1O-j( Annual !n...

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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. — 15 November 1871

God ne from, Cr 'e"onl. Ilc"ry wite frot reported, and fever abaing. The Columbi-a lhbe - , O ,: to state why the names. Of Lt Newbr I d!ga:ion to the Itniroad mCng, h A in U11na on the 10th in-t., wcre- o-nirtted in the repo: t of pruceeding. a; puas T b. ' by i"? Tax-pg er- of New.riy and all o:her contizies whre sca c and cotton is vot gr.wIN wiI see by st;te Air,or's Iotice elsewhere, that the paynent of taxes com ienee on the 2h : Gov. Scott denying that he prinised the Comm:c of 'ix-payer s Cnventi to extend tiv- to March.!I'.id the no:ice getnen, and face the music. We can b.ear ;t. Tiu SUMTr R N:ws - ec were gratiled sf.me days ag), to meet v.ith our old friend ane ormner chu!. Mr. Hlorc D.irr, of the Sumter New. II; v;s so changed by the nrints of im that we might have passed him by, but I spoke to some one passing and the voice arrested our' attention. The voice was the same as of old-hcarty and genial. We were pleased to meet him and lern that the NevN is enjoying a fine ...

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 November 1871

COPIULAND &1U[ST, GROCERY, Provision Merehants, AND COTTON BUYERS, jOF T11E CLINTON 1t0US-ES. Having opened a Branch iiouse at NEWBERRIY C. II., Beg leave to call the attention of the*r friends and patrons, both in Newberrv anl Laurens, as well as other Counties, to tbis fact, and offer to theim a full and well as sorted stock of hEAY ROCERIES, BAG G N 6 ROPE, TI ES. NAILS, ] IRON. LEATHER. YARNS, DSOESTICS, &c., Besides a choice variety of SHELF GROCERIES, t All of which thev will dispose of at R1EA SONABLE IATE4 FOR CASH. COPELAND & WEST. Oct. 2.3, 43-2m. A DOllAR SA10) IS A DOLLAR M !ADE ATTENTION TIHEN Citizens of LAURENS1,NEWl)ERY and the surrounding country, if vu wou'd make selection from as LARGE and VARIED and CHEAP an assortment of goods as were ever brought '.o Newberry, call at the Corner Store Under the Hotel. My stock is full and embraces almo.t everything wvide-! can be ea!led for, eilther in DRY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, HEAVY GOODS, B LAN KETS, NOTIONS, CLOTHI...

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 November 1871

NEVER SAY FAIL. g...p p shie--:i<wiser Ti2a t.e .i: a:,ie, -A:: dreaming and sighing 1.: l a. rnes-t battle T.ev oi!v prevail, o .Ilv march oriwt:d -!d z.ecer say fai. W U1C OM HOME! I I a:f U0:r6 cm0 W H Y A, K WICKER, TH :rtConlf-ctijoner, has J:.it arrived l. e e ca:eful in at Fcfti: aih a-?: o dM U L OV-v. ry i:n(l, ::nd %LLLS of il sizes and styleF. Glass and Willow-ware. ock of A1. flACON, - L :G A US, c., &c., ,;gg :EE nd other TUMf. T _:NdET of all k sn,zd -ut have the GAST, or no h- e.:1,r:&:d.m Book is full. A. M. WICKER, B A LT:MR: CORNI.R S.27i, %8-tf. Qi Iut ar,,i n:-Cu!t V o e lry.-in Cximmon Plu::s. -Ti: . Young, Fxc t0- Cf t:e la' . W:eia June.: I:. ibcu:l C Imp :.it :or saleof pro orty, ! m T gene:ralr!! . l Yw :; is.. 1%'r'%!.-:-t o n o th nd! es.-th - r r - c in- de::I'd bef"ro M(, :1? it \ewh"rry S012th Cnro!i . -e 1 'IRT . DnY OF fir -: .'* ' T, 22 1n th: 'e sa1( cretit -r r.rco c:oie fromf d1uit to enorceO t' (Oct ..er 1:i, 1871-42-7t. C. C. P. N OTI...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 November 1871

TIE ADVERTINC RATES. T ~~Advertisements inserted at the rate of 33$ _ A per quar --one inc hi- fr ?rst i ser imlII -9 4 IS1 for each slquent inertonI. Doub:E IS UB &B I - column advertisem nts ten per Cen on above, TEV;RY WEDNESDAY UOINING, - re It Newberry C. H. - ertiements. gy Thos. F. & R, H. Greneker, lSemeisnOma3e colmn ..... her of; inrertions will be kept in till forbid Editors and Proprietors.and arged accordingly. Invariably in Advance. - . -- -- -- ~- * , fgg "f'' ti aperr is stopped at the expiration ofj r " Y f G ichrit*11''' 70 VI WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2 1871. N .4 Dne with ieltnesls anAd GjisOateE g- The o mark denotes expiration of sub- Tor. CWsY. acription.__ ___ __ _--- ----_ _ _ _ _ _ GEORGE JOHNSTONE, 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEWMERRY, S. C. OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. T7y 19, 29-6m. S. FURMAN, ATTORNE Y AT LAW AND (. TRIAL JUSTICE. OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. May.3.18-ly. - GRAESER & HARMON, CHARLESTON, S. C. TIE Undersigned have formed a Go partnership for the tra...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 November 1871

dednesday, November 22, i8Y I onr notice of the awards by tli Mechanieal and Agricultural Society t the late Fair, we ovell-oked ont for th best thorough bred Stallion, one yel old, to Mr. G. B. Tuckt:r, mnaiking in a six premiums to this gentleman fur stocl The Columbia Phenix. We are riot only pleased to see th Phomnix in an enilarged and improve form, but to find in its issue of Monda the announcement that Col J. P. Thoia: who, for a long time, has been writin for it, is now formally it. chief editoi Col. Thotimas is a briiliant and forcibl writer, and now that he has the helm i hand, we may took for good and shar work. Better late than never. The Ku luz Trials. The Phenix is informed that Judg Bond and Judge Bryan will be on th bench at the next sessirn of the Urite States Court, which convenes in Colunr bia on Monday next. It is also asserte that eminent counsel have been retaine in behalf of the unfortunate ien wh will be brought to trial, and the sugge! tion is made that subs...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 November 1871

""OPELAND &WE SI, GROCERY, Proision Merchants, AND COTTON BUYERS, [OF THE CLINToN HOUSES,] IEaing opened a Branch House at NEWBERRY C. II., Beg leave to call the attention of their friends and patrons, both in Newberry and Laurens, as well as other Counties, to this faci, and offer to them a full and well as Vorted stock of hEAW ROCERIES, - BAGGING, ROPE, TIES. NAILS. IRON. LEATHER., YARNS. DO31ESTICS, &c., -Besides a eboice variety of SHELF GROCERIES, All of which they will dispose of at REA SONABLE RATES FOR CASil. COPELAND & WEST. Oct. 25, 43-2m. 1871, FALL & WINTER, 1871. TH CLOTHI G HOUSE OF WRIGHT & COPPOCK NO. 2 MOLLOHON ROW, Is now supplied with a fuli and clegant as so rtm:cnt of CLOTHING AND GENTS FUR1 NISIIING GOODS, C Embracing all DESIRABLE STYLES AND - FABRICS, Either for Men, Boys or Youths. SUiTS of all kinds, from common to su perfine, AND AT ALL GRADES IN PRICES. E999WEAR, SHIRTS, CRAVATS, &c., Kats and Caps, &c., &c., Aad al at MODE...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 November 1871

THIR&EE SEASONS. "A cup for hope!'' S-e 5aid. In Spring-inie ere the ioo:ti w.o- old: T te eriuison winews p. or and cold By hcr motili's riches red. "A cup for love !" aw low, How soft the word.; a3, :dI the wiile Her blush was ringi;g ni;h a sifle, Like summer ufPt-r snow. "A cup for m(e-orv Cold cup tlat one rimst drain alone While autmin idm , are tip and moan Across the hat ren sea. Hope, mcrnory love; hope for fir mon :anI 'ove for day, A nd nentyfoT for LIIC evvening And -lit.iry dwt Ericks,B3rie B ericks GOOD B?aiCKS! 40D0,0of BRICK At the Erick Yard oJT E. E1. CHSTIS N. *- e * esscssing powerful invigoratin These Ditters oze positively iLvaluable in They puriy the system, and wi!. core Remittent and Intermittent levers, and are a preventive of Chills and Fever. All yield to their powerful cficcey. Are an antidote to change of Water and Diet. to the wased frme, and correct al Will save days of suffering to the mck, and The grand Panacea for all the ills of life. 01 01%B ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 November 1871

EMERY WEANESIDAY MORNNGC RA At -Newberry C. R is., . By Thos. F. & R. H. Grnnekalr- 4 Editors and Proprie:orz. ti___a_r_i_t_ped_at_te_expirtioisers., wIIsW EibEDrYlMOeduc,tiouMBERn2,a1871.No.e48 I.nTev arkal dene Advexprtono. u ATde paper is istopped at the erparttefn c, time for w1fich ot ieach subseqt Di bNe ~~TA- 70 YOVMBE 2A, B-P, T hof res ect sa m e ratese perra io sq ar as Vrdinar advertiements GEORGE JOHNSTONE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. JOly 19, 29--6m. GRAESER & HARMON, CHARLESTON. S. C. THE Undersigned have formed a Co partnership for the transaction of a COT TON FACTO11AGE AND GENERAL COM MISSION BUSINESS. They tender their services to thcir 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. UARMON. Sept. 6, 36-3m. WM. J LAKE, -Insurance Agent, NEWBERRY. S. C. AGENT FOR TIHE Piedmont & Arlington Life -insurance Company. Assets over : : :...

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 November 1871

dednasday, Nuveirbor . I The suggestion of an "Aged Cler::' main" that the In hbe observed ns a day of prayer, and invocation to A!!miigh.tV G,d, to interpose in our beih, is a god) One. Tie South has no call f>r thanks giving over the blessings wieh either Scott or Gra:t etijoy. Ba-: to their Roosts. Colurbia, te nrivistand, is rapii'.v filling ITp % ith the po'litical buzzar's. cor morantst, and vaipires, who for a short period h3d taken %&ing to other tat ts, to sharpem their beaks for an',ther pull at the old carease of State. aving picked a'. the good joints will they fight over the reminants? lThv are foll of hol,, th:t the tre:ry will ,nce more be re penished. The taxes c- alon e do tlis, Waeth Hot The Columbia Union endors-s an:d glo' ries in ventila:ing the base and insultig lan-uage or one of its correspondent<. which says "that the average white timn of South Garolinn i., the poorest speci ten of the Caucasian racc he has ever seen on either side -f the Atlantic...

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