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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 April 1872

"THE OTHER lOUNt MAN" A CLASS-DAY ROMANCE. 0, mother, I've bad a gorgeous time! I was theie from eleven till ten, Such glorious fun, such a beautiful place and, mother, such splendid men! o I wish I wa.e a student! and mother, I saw Cousin Ned; He has grown to be "perfectly lovely," and he had a still lovelier spread. Fo - only think, mother, as Fan and I got out of that horrid car, Cou,in- Ned came up with another young man, so we didn't need dear papa. But we ;ave him our shawls and umbrellas to iold; and, Ned, he went off with Fan. But he introduced me-mother, why do you frown?-to his comrade, theotheryoung [man. IIe was "perfectly splendid!" We went to the church: and, mother dear, wasn't it fun ? I recognizcd lots of fellows there before the oration was done. And, mother, what are "Peelers?" I thought it a regular sin For the whole Freshmen class to cry "Pcel ers ?" and make such a noise coming in, He carried me round to the spreads, mother; it was just like a matinee ball; And...

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. — 17 April 1872

a VENETIAN BLINDS. No iinvtntion wasz ever so in),>.t:mt to tl:e peop!e of hot cliia:e- as the Venetian blind. AdrFit1ing the airawl a aded light, while keeping out the heat and g!are, they are ab solutely essentia! To comnfort in this countrv, If the hou-,c; of any of our readers are de-.iti tute of these valuable contrivances, they should at once, before the hot weather sets in, JeuL tIA. eU. I. to air. 1. P. LOAL.,No. 20 Ilayne street, Charle:on, S. C , niufac turer and dealer in door-, sasles, blinds, balusters, moildings. &c., &c. 13-tf. THE EVENT OF THE SEASON. MIllMRY OPENING AT R. C. SHIVER & CO.'S To-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, THE 17TH, We have undoubted!v the LA IGEST and .l(OST ATTRACTIVE SToGK ever opene-d in Ne-.Ierry. L %dies wii! please call and examinic. I C, Sll IER & C0, R. C. sITIVJ.a. P-IVID JONES. J. II. DAVI. Apr. 17, IG-tf Special Notice. A LIGHT SORREL MAIZE-BLAZE FACE -two hind feet white-cmle into mv lot on the 5:h instant. The owner will please ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 April 1872

EVERLASTING FLOWERS I end time bt a simtiple gift, A 'lttle buntch it dry, crisp flowers, Still rainbow-c(,lore 1, though 'tis !ong Since suushine fed them, or the showej Mere phantoms of those thoughts or love Whose flying seeds from Eden blew; God's hand its pity sent them forth, It Talmud legends are but true. Dear, promise nie that, when I'm dead, You'll press within my-elay-cold hand The sanie bright everlasting flowers ; I'l bear-them through the Silent Land. I shal! not need reaienibrances Of thee, rny own ; but still I'll keep Those always with mne through the dim Sad shadow of Death's long, long sleep. Dark waters, in your blackest gulf Dark valiey, in thy ghastliest cleft, I'll gu:ard these flowers, the types of love, Tho' notiing but t4!se flawers be left. Come i true and toriure for my sins, Oh nercy ope' the golden portal, Still, still 'ii grasp those eh:ailgeless flower To prove my boundless love immortal. - ---4W + A woman of St. Louis, hearing th the house in which h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 April 1872

NE ERRY H RAL U T._ A Z3W-ER, S. C', WednaAday, April. I, 1872. OFFICIAL. Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by the General Is sembly of South Carolina, Regular Sesion, 1871 and 1872. AN ACT TO INCORAT'rE TiE. ViL LAGE oF LIL RoCK. IN THE COUNTY OF .ARION, AND Fu )T1 ER PjUF.1'osEs T11EREIN 31ENTIONED. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Iouse of Representa tives of the State of South Caro lina, now met and sitting in Gen eral Assembly, aid by the author ity of the same: That from and after the passage of this Act, all cirizens of this State, having resided t w e1v e 1Months within this State, and six ty days in the town of Little Rock, shall be deemed, an are hereby dtclared to be, a body politic and c>rporate, arnd the said town shall called by the name1fl3 of Little Rock, an.d its corporate limi:s shall extend three fourths of a mile in each direc:; Jn from the Methodist Chureb, in sAid town, Provided, that the corporate limits of said town shall not extend beyond the Li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 April 1872

le year:4, and have resided there n three months previous to the ,lection, shall be entit!ed to vote >r the said intendant and Ward &is: the election to be held from -en o'clock in the morning until -wo o'clock in the afternoon ; and vhen the polls shall be closed, the Kanagers shall count the ballots, ind proclaim the election, and give notice thereof, in writing, to the persons elected: and that the Intendant and Wardens, before entering upon the duties of their office, shall take the following oath, to wit : "As Intendant (or Warden) of Pendleton, I will sup port and defend the Consti.ution of the United States, and this State, and equally and impartially, to tha best of my skill and ability, exercise the trust reposed in me, and will use my best endeavors to preserve the peace, and carry into effect, according to law, the pur pose of my appointment: So help me God." SEc. 3. That in case a vacancy shall occur in the office of Inten dant or Wardens, by death, resig nation, ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 April 1872

THE HERALD ADVERTISINC RATES. IS PUBLISRBD-p n nst a of.O pEVEaY WEDNESDAY MORNING,nserrtotn o rnd E V E R W E D E S D A M O~ NIN ~ j f \\ N otices of m eetings,obituaries and tributes At ewbrryC. .,of respetr same rates per square as ordinary At Newberry C. H.,a-pismns By, . nsp Inotie in local column 20 cents Editors andProprietors. be of iserions wall be e t er - and charged accordingly. Special contracts made with large adver Invariably in Advance. _ie_,wthlbea_ddctos_nabv_rts g The aper is stopped atthe , Pggggef time fore.a Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY M1ORNING, APRIL 24 1872. No. 17. Done witht.' Da 0-The >4< mark denotes expiration of sub scription. ________________________________ The Anti-Grant Mass Meet ang in New York. The New York World of the 13th comes to us filled with a glow. ing account of the great meeting at the Co6per Institute in New York of the friends of the Cincin nati movement. We make the following extract from the pro ceedings: The meeting was called to ord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 April 1872

Wednesday, ApPil, 4, 1870. Presbytery of South Caroina. This body was in session last week at Abbeville C. H., and we learn that the meeting was quite interoMng and large ly attended. A paominent feature of the occasion was a sermon by Rev. D. E. Frierson, of Anderson, on the subject of "Ministerial Consecration," which was delivered by appointment of the preced ing session of Presbytery. The discourse will be published in this week's Abbe ville Press and Banner, as we are in formed, and will be read nith interest by the mrny friends of this eloquent and faithful divine.--Anderson lIntelli gencer. Lotus Have Peace. The President sent a message to the House to day, April 19th, giving the full details of his information regarding the Ku Klux in several South Carolina coun ties. His information was mostly oral, exc!pt that derived from Akerman's re port, which asserted, among other things, that these combinations embraced two thirds of the active white men, and have the sympathy and co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 April 1872

rNRIIII CLOTHI. GENT'S FURNI *KINARID COLUMBL (Successors to C ARE NOW OPENING the ni CLOTHING for 1EN, BOYS and Cil iuarket, and we intend to soll them AT Apr. 24, 17-tf. P1 Ao &RS CHICK,s (At Stewart's Old Corner.) HAVE JUST RECEIVED and OFFER FOR SALE, It Lowest Cash Prices, A large and varied stock of SPRING AND SU1I ER GOODS. LADIS IEDEPArTMENT. Dress Goods: Grenadines, Japanese, Le no., Poplins, Piques. Notions: G!oves, Hosiery, Cuffs, Collars, Ribbons. Best brand of Calico at 12.e. Choice lot of Show, warranted. Parasols, of all colors and sizes. (m:sTLFMEN~S DE'A RTMNET. Cassimeres, Linen, Cottonades, lats, Boots, Shoes, Cravats. STATIONF-RT. Pens, Ink, Paper, Envelol.e., Pencils. CUTLRY. Pocket Knires, Knives and Forks, Razors, Scissors. H9es, Nails, Hatchets, fiammers, Locks, Belis, Rikes, Axes, Cotffee Mills, SUce Pans, Tea Kettles, Frying Pans, Smoothing Irons. Factory Thre id by Wholes.le and Retail. Lime, Kerosene. Coffee, Sungar, Molasses, Yeast Powders, Concentra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 April 1872

GO IG ALONE." .:i thc merry bue eyes, W L r s clearly outringing, -' and szirprne; n'.rd :rn strevnh but its onni, n-!::ps ::ave p,receded o rejicing and prid1 1 thathe re,led e:-.3 o rom k A.i ide ! :-- r.hg for sunbeams as .:e gsped them havi A:. - : ::-ton have folowed, A: ili:c e.: SwIy T n i ei.:4p wis the sures: w fro:m his own, T be e!ouded, - e walXing ailon. u:joo s--4op of Moun i We ai receive wit] p r- lili of fare. r M . - . Il I ~HillFEMAIU A{L tW@R.Y A - ?.' YE,M A., Principal :Ai T LEAVEIL,: Assistanl Pr-.f . .E.BZER, : Musical Dep T i:cises of the above School wil be res::nu:i on tii :;d JASUARY, 1872. to .5) per month No i::.:n ees. .: ch.trged from d:tte of en trar.k, h,I! nd of tie Sesion. No rc di .es of protracted ill For :=,& c. :1plyto .BiNZE, Sec. B'd. 1 ie New StylE 59 Pieces Poplins. 40 A. R U:. ad Desirablc FLORAL GUIDE For 1872. T d >:.: of Two IIt-snEr Ti;shd It is ele. p - i :d :iper, in Two .i.h o-:er Tihree I of FlwetZs and TWCCOLRE PLATES. T-n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 May 1872

THlE H E'O ALD0avr.w 18 PUBLISHED Advertisemnts Inserted at the rate of $1.60 EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, n b At Newberry 06 1a,r rediu lThios, F, & R. H. Gron~oke'll techIoIqsI oglclwu2 et Editors and Proprietors. Se n one o1 e k on e de $Specieale tract y.ep ith le dve InvaTiably in Advance. . ts t era edtio on abo ra U Tho apor IR sto ped at the expiration of -- Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, 1, 1 No. 1one i -or i -- y - --- - .. T r Ca OFFICIAL. Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by the General As sembly of South Carolina Regular Session, 1871 and 1872, AN ACT T o AMEND AN ATU'T ENTITL ED Will '"AN ACT To RENEW AND AMEND TIlE 1e 1 IlARTER OF TIlE TOWN OF MOUNT PLEASANT." SECT1oN 1. 1o it enacted by tho Senate aid IHutse of Represonia tives of the State of South Caroli na, now Iuet and sittingt in Geno. rail Assembly, and by tho authori ty of the same: That the said Town Council Shall have power to borrow lolley for the public use of the cor Jora tion, by issuiticg, from timo to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 May 1872

A&W#1BRBY. & Wadmiday, May, 1, 1872, We are indebted to Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, the publishers, for several copies of the proceedings of the third annual meeting of the Survivors' Association, containing the address of Gen. Jubal A. Early, delivered before the Association, November, 1871. We will be glad to distribute them to our friends. The Union Time. Our friend, Sttkes, has arisen from the ashes, but his voice is heard from the tombs-his office being in the mar ble yard. This is nothing. Printers not only lire on old papers, and are ubi quitous and amphibious but live on air like the chameleon, and have elasticity enough to arise from, and be cheerful in, the dreariness of a marble yard. The Times is the brighter for the fire. We wish friend Stokes such a green old age that nothing but the fire upon the hearth stone may warm him again. Lay him in his Little Bed. Brick Pomeroy in his last Democrat lets off the following good thing on the "wooden man," Presid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 May 1872

WE ARE NOW SUP PLIED Frtiw, ,sprivg :m. ;!;n::er, with sne a R !: C:. G :tinwn's:a IiIYouth';4 Ctn Imr , a.s only co-I! hinve benl n WITH MONEY!!! A'.d can fit o::t in anv svlt of :nake or va riey of ntera! ONE TO TWO THOUS AND Men and bovs. 4:r < ock of F-:rnisin Goods, Be,o:.. Shoes, H.mz. -I:::'. Cr:v.ats, Tr :, ., h-ides the lar::e a. - sort:erlt of C.11hng above mn"w'tionled, we wi-01 TO BE DISTRIBUTED: All over the country, and to ffect -o desi rablt: an olje t, oiFer s.::. \s TO THOSE IN NEED Of auvthing in onr in.-, and before the as sortment is broken, it is best to APPLY EARLY At our Glothin- Empo-num AND GET What you want. We xarrant zoodlz guar antee low prl a l satikfi4d that all can Ie SU :f or THE CASH! At ti.e store lf tl MSla 1, 1C-P NOTICE. Ne erry, .pril - 2. To 'enoot Ti: STG:5. * h.e 1)!C !.hols of New..rr County wilbe cloed on a::! aftcr May 1st, until furi.e ntic. I ESEc. ellTII Iv 1, 1S-2t Scmo! C N. C. (At St.war's O'd Corner.) I '\E .H~ST RECE!\~ED and Q...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 May 1872

THE CHILDREN. rY CHARLES DICKENS. When the lessous and tasks are all ended, And the school for the day is dismissed, And the little ones gather around me To bid me good-night and be kased; Oh, the little white arms that encircle Mv neck in a tender embrace! Oh, the smiles that are halos of heaven, Shedding sunshine of love on my face! And when they are gone, I sit dreaming of my childhood too lovely to last; Of love that my heart will remember When it %akes to the pulse of the past, Ere the world and iis wickedness made me A partner of sorrow and sin. When the glory of God was about me And the glory of gladness within. Oh, my heart grows weak as a woman's, And the founztains of feeling will flow, When I think of the paths steep and stouy Where the feet of the dear ones must go; Of the mountains of sin hanging o'er them, Of the tempest of Fate blowing wi!d; Oh, there is nothing on earth half so holy As the innocent heart of a child: They are idols of hearts and of households, They ar...

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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. — 8 May 1872

Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AIVY 8, 1872 No. 19. THE-HERALD 1Il PUI.IsIED. EVERY WEDNESI)AY MORNING, At Newberry v. it., By.Thom, . & 11. H. Gronekr, Editors and Propriotors. rammys $a *0m amfms Invariably in Advance. rD- Th ,aper is stopped at the expiration of t ino for wilich it is paid. r iti n rnakt denotes expiration of sub OUT OF THE WINDOW. Out of the window she leaned, and laughed, A girl's laugh, idlo and foolith uiind sweet Foolish and idle, it dropp*d like a cll, Into the crowded, noisy street. Up he ghanced at the glancing face, Who had caught the light as it fluttered and fell, And eve to eye for a noment there They held each other as i' by a spell. All in a imomeit passing there And into her idle, empty (lily, All in that moment, something new Suddeiy seemed to find its way. And through and through the clamorous hours That made his climorous busy diy, A girl's laugh, idle and foolish and sweet, Into every, bargain found its way. And through and through the crowd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 May 1872

Wednesday, May, 8, 1872. Who is to Baml The Lunatic Asylum is in a sore strait, and the inmates suffering for food. The penitentiary is on its last legs. The Deaf and )umb Asylum at Cedar Springs tuust close. The Free Schools will also all close. Thousands of needy people to whom the State is debtor are suffering. The State is bankrupt. Who is to blame? Importan Demon-Nego Debts. The Supreme Court in a recent de cision has decided that notes and bonds given for Slaves are valid. This deci sion will give rise to considerable litiga tion, as all doubts being row removed, the obligations given are binding. The decision given is that the contract being valid when made, is enforceable in all the courts, and that subsequent legisla tion, either by statute or constitutional provision, could not render it tnvalid. It has been suggested that compromises should he made, and we think the sug gestion a good and timely one. Stockholder. Meeting G. & C. . 3. The annual meeting of the Stock ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 May 1872

Greenyhiet Ce sible, RaiUroad. Dai ly, Sid e , enetin- with Trains o .Caroli RailToad, up ow, also with Trains going North and South on -Charlotte, Columbia and Auguata. Railroad, and Wi:mington. Columbia and Au ;usta Railroad. LAve Columbia... 7.00 a m Alstonn.......................... A.45 a m Newberry........1o.2 a m --Coky.:............. 2.15 p m " B lto ......:...............4.00 p ru ArVive.Greenville. .... 5.40 p m DYW. Leav' Greenville.... 7.25 a m Belton ........ 9.3) a in Cokabarv .--. ..........1115 a m Abbevle ....... 9.0 arm - w w err ...-...............2.38 ix/' S........... 4.2 p Arrive Columbia........................ 6.00 p m ANDIsos H.' J%C AND BLUE RIDGE D1VVSION. DOWN. Leave Walhalla t....... .......6.00 a m .- Perrvville.............. ij4-1 a m PeudWton'.............. 7.25 a Anderson..................82 a m A rr ie at Belton........ ........ ... 9.1) a ta Colnectiu with down train from G reenville. '. Leave Belton at............................... 4.01 p m ' And...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 May 1872

Are the ChUdren at HOme? Each day when the glow of sunset Fades in the western sky, And the wee ones, tired of playing, Go tripping lightly by, I steal away from my husband, Asleep in his easy chair, And watch from the open doorway Their faces fresh and fair. lone in te dear old homestead That once was full of life, Ringing with girlish laughter, Echoing boyish strife, We two are waiting together; And oft, as the shadows come, With tremulous voice he calls me, "It is night! are the children home ?" "Yes, love!" I answer him gently, "They're all home long ago ;" And I sing, in my quivering treble, A song so soft and low, Till the old man drops to slumber, With his head upon his hand, And I tell to myself the number Home in a better laud. Home, where never a sorrow Shall dim their eyes with tears! Where the smile of God is on them Through all the summer years! I know !-Yet my arms are empty That fondly folded sever, And the mother heart within me Is almost starved for heaven. Sometime...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 May 1872

Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MLAY 15, 1872. No. 20. THE HERALC IS PUBLISHPD EVERY WEDNESDAY MOP-NING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. razas $ 0 RMNMIr, Invariably in Advance. C Ths pper is stopped at the expiration 0 time for w 'ch it is paid. 7 The ; mark denotes expiration of sub scription. OFFICIAL. Acts and Joint Resolution4 Passed by. the General As. sembly of South Carolina, Regular Session, 1871 and 1872. AN ACT FOR THE PROTECTION ANT PRESERVATIN oF U1EFUL ANT MALS. SECTION 1. Be it enacted bv the Senate and House of' Represer.ts tivcs of the State of South Caroli. na, now met and sitting in Gene. ral Assembly, and by the authori ty of the same: That it shall not be lawfal for any person in this State t( kill any deer, or worry them with dogs, or otherwise, with the in tention of destroying them, be tween the 1-t day of January and the 1st day of September, in any year hereafter. SEc. 2. That any person viola ting the foregoing p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 May 1872

AA W"Nar . C, Wodneday, 1ay, 16, 18'2. The GreenviMle Mountaineer. This time-honored and esteemed paper rnakes its appearance in a new dress pleasing to the eye and creditable to its worthy proprietor. It is pleasant to note such changes and improvements as they indicate success. May its list of paying subscribers increase and multiply. The Temperance Advoate. We notice with pleasure the eniarged and otherwise improved appearance of the Temperance .Advocate. -Divisions are being formed over the whole State, and the accessions to the ranks of the Temperance army are growing larger every day. The enterprising and intel ligent editor and proprietor appreciating the necessity and iuportance of keeping pace with the advance, comes out this week with a bolder front in size and gen eral looks. We wish both the Advocate and the noble cause it represents success. Agricultura Congress. The third session of this body con. venes at St. Louis, Mo., on Monday, May 27th, under the auspices of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 May 1872

Greenville & Colabia Railrad. TWily. Sundap ezce*te& Connectin~ with iht fraiS6 ovalouth aoina Railroad, up and down, also with Trains going North and South on Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, and Wlmington; Columbia and Au gusta Railroad. UP. Leave Columbia. ................. . 7.00 a m Alstt.... 8.45 a m --Newberr...................10.2a m " Cokesbury............... 2.15 p m " Belton................4.00p m Arrive Greenville..................... 5.40 p = DOWN. Leave Greenville ........................ 7.25 a m Bettonn......................... 9.3) a m Cokesbury................. ............11 15 a m Abbeville.. 9.03 a m - XNewLerry....................... 2.8 p m Alston.... 4.20pm Arrive Columbia ...................... 6.00 p In ANDEEso1 IaANCR AND BLUZ EIDGE DIVISIoN. DOWN. L-ave Walhaila at. .6.00 a m SiPryiae. . 6.4am Pendleton........ ........ 7.25 a m lAnderson ................ 8 2 am Arrive at Beton................ 9.1) a M Connecting with down train from Gree...

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