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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 June 1866

We send extra copi of tis issue to poat masters for distribution, and request them to act as agents, for which the usual coMinission will be allowed. Lieut. Ziegler, will accept Our hearty thanks for numberless tokens of kindness rendered since our isfortune by fire. May his shadow never grow less. . Decidedly the coolest place in town-for those who have a dime or two to spare-at Grierson's Sparkling Soda Fount and Riser's Ice Cream Saloon. Mr.- Danie Jones, of Helena, will please accept the thanks of several sufnerers by the receut- fire, for the handsome present of a gu.rter of beeL. We are gratified to learn that our young friend and quondam apprentice, James Rinard, as received the appointment of route agent >n the G. & C. R. R. "Jimmy" is a good boy in every respect,-temperatel honest, indus trions and intelligent.-We trust that he will win his way to honor, wealth and fame. As two meetings have- been called for Sale day and there being luck only in odd num bers, the pro...

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 June 1866

- The Richmend Time& Thai the followinZ atkring appeal to the people of the Souh te iemember the. living disabled, and; helpless e"es among u-,, a* well as W-ro Member poper zespect andhonor to our gallant dea& We commend' it to.te Southera %people generally: The Sowhern.-people- have recently mani Sste4 a noble and commendable respect for the nemory of the noble men. who. saarificed thl* 1We& fa- the cause of Sbuthern ndepen dence, by rw.coiungtheir humble graves from negleet,, obliion and decay. It should be born6 in mind,, howere,, that hemothem&,, widows andeh-4dren of noe ltss *an 3o9jo deadr Confbderate, soldier&s aze among us,.and that many of, them- a,. -in" 0r emstantes of appalling desttion.. There Ofe. also,, many thousands maimedind infirm. aWr omthewar,. for whom, there is no. Government to make adeqpatW provikii". Ta. the- aine .Alders of'theFederal army, and tathe-wives and children of those who.sua 4mmbed to disease, or who fell in battlo.- or, wh...

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 July 1866

'Rf -H -ETHESNEW NBRY HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 186>. There was- an elopement M high life in Louisville recently.' The Democrat says t'> lady retired at-the usual hour,but before doing so tied a cord to her wrist, leaving an end of the cord hanging out of the window. At the' hour appointed, the impatient lover, unterri ed by the roar of heaven's artilery, and las ardor undaped by the torrents of rain that were falling- made his way to the abode of his charmer, seized the cord nervously, and gently polled the_BELLE. The signal was answered by a hundred and forty pounds of female love liness, dropping gently intohis extended arms. bThe party hurried into- the carriage, and were driven rapidly to a clergyman's and "lined." A WESTERN GRL.-A lady. in Concordia, Illinois, was very sick a few days ago, and her physician decided that squirrel soup was necessary for her.* A request was at once sent to all the men in town t9 shoot a squir re for her, but there was not a man to ...

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 July 1866

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday orning, July 4, 1866. For the many, flattering notices from our brethren ofthe'Press, we f6el under a thou-. and obligations, and while we are gratified. a these tokens of kind feeling. and generous praise: yet we- feel that we ha-ve done ne-more, perhaps not as much as they might have under the circumstances. Thanks, gentiemen,, one and all, we hope. soon to .realize your hearty predictions. The new Grist Mill now being fitted-up4.by Mr Miillen;, a practicA' machinist an&: rml wright, is a markedfiature in the anufs of our town, and w4lb- a, sucess... The town will be greatIy,: benefitted by, it,,a-rd there fare should. i-ts, proprietor. It. IS situatei en Main strest, near-depot.. GODEY'SBOOK.for July- comes to E- ftom Messrs. Duffe & 0hapraan, agents-ffrvits sale. The "Daffodil pper " are highly esteermed'. and-full.:ofrelish,:"Rizpah'&I'dol' M also aw attractive-feature. The.Badies- departmentis quite interesting. We-advise a call ouMessrs. ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 July 1866

-We are pletsed to see that our friend, and the peoles friend,'Mr. Andy Witker, who suffered almost tock, btock and barrel, by the late fire in common with so many others, is making active efforts soon to open again. His energy, and go ahead-ative-nes is worthy of praise. Having purehased Gapt. Davis' corner lot and ruins, he intends rapidly putting up a fine -store house and dwelling. In the meantime he will occupy, and open very shortly a new stock of goods in, a te:nporary building on the same lot. Success attend him. Recent Mexican advices are to the efect that the hopeu of the Uontederate emigrants to Mexico arp at ar end. The Cardova colony, founded by Gen. &erling Price and Gov. Harris, has been broken np, she houses burnt and crops destroyed by guerrlls of the iUberal party, and the Con federates, about- one hundred in number, forced to flee for safety to the City of Cardova. The Liberals are speculating on the downfall of Maxi milia and dreaming Qf annexation with the '...

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 July 1866

Yasa meeng of Rdgefield and Lsington On Thursday,,of week before last, a laroge meeting of.the citizen&aof Edgefield aud Lex ingtor,;was held t Bethel Church. Object f muaeting"'o, consider the debt, qiestion2' Nev. Abner W. Asbell,.a. promient eititen of the Ridge4 was called to the Chair;: and Messrs..Robert W. Cannon and James T. Ba eon'l were requested to act as Secretaries. A Committee of Twenty-One was,. on- m tion, appointed~to prepare business. for the meetIng, and retired for consultation.. The Chairman of this Committee was' Uor John Ruiet- of our town ; a prominent member was Gen. Paul Quattlebain ofLexington. After a couple of, hours consultation and discussion, the Committee of Twenty-One re ported-the following Preamble and. Resolu tions ; which were read to the meeting atlarge . and then.unanimously adopted: WHEREAs, The Courts iave been thrown open to creditors, and the debtors of the State suddenly placed in a condition. of immMent peril ;:And-Whereas,. The pros...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 July 1866

-ow THE NEWBERRY HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1866. The Newberry Uion Bible Society. MR. EDITOR : Perhaps an item or two with 1 reference to this organization might be in teresting to a portion of your readers. The nature and object of the association are in dicated in the title and need not be remarked upon here. The Society had had no meeting since July '64 until the 2d ult., when it was reorganized at Head Spring Church under favorable auspices, some 33 persons attaching themselves as members. The officers elected were as follows: Maj. Jno. P. Kinard, Pres.; Rev. J. Hawkins, Vice Pres.;Rev W. A. Grier, Sec. and E. P. Chahners, Treas. The ,con tribution of -iny sum, however small, will constitute a person a member of the Society one dollar ($1.00) will entitle the giver to a Bible and ten dollars ($10.00) will make him a life member. Since the meeting above mentioned one other has been held at Beth Eden-By appointment a sermon was deliver ed by Rev. W. M. Grier. Business ma...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 July 1866

Air JW*. NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, July 11, 1866 The Court of Equity, For Newberry District, - convened here Monday last. Judge Carroll presided with un impeachabfe grace, vigor and dignity. The docket wasvery heavy. Many original and singular cases, growing out of the times which "tried men's souls," were considered. Court adjourned Saturday. ropean Intelligence-Hostilities Begun. The Italians, under King Victor Emanuel, were repulsed by the Austrians and forced to retire gicross the Mincio. It is rumored that the Han o"erian army was surrounded by the Prussians and must capitulate. Vietoria accepts the resignation of the ministry. arl Derby will form a new one. Cotton firm, buoyant and advancing. A Wational Union Convention, Is called t& assemble at Philadelphia, on the 14th of August next. It is to be com pWsed of representatives from all the States and Territories. Insurance. It is with pleasure that we place this item to the credit of the Underwriters' and Home Ins...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 July 1866

o change toreport in the. Newberry 'Cot ton Market since lasl xe6. Dull at from 18 to 25ets. NEW tQRK JUIL 9.-Cotton firm at 36 to 38. Gold 521 The commencement exercises of the Lau rensville Female College, which recently came off, were an honor to the District, and all con neeted with that excellent seat of learning. Fifteen thousand negroes have died of the cholera in Guadaloupe, and the sugar crop will probably be 6hort for want of hands to gather it. Twelve hundred dogs were killed at New York last week Card-Goods at Cost. The remnant of the stock of R. B. Holman & Co., having been purchased by the subscri ber, he will close them out at cost, at the old stand of Williams & Ferguson, No 2 Mollohon Row. Public attention is called to the fact that the goods will be sold at cost and bargains may be had. MATHIAS BARRE My friends and the public are respectfully informed that I will continue to dispose of the above goods, for Mr. Mathias Barre, and that I 7ill be happy to see ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 July 1866

r ~ ITIONv By His Excellency JAmEs L OR., Gtvernor and Coinmander-n-Chief in and over the State of Sout b,QarMi WHERMS, MAJ. GEN'L SIPKLES, com manding Department of the Carolinas,. on the 26th instant, by Special Order No. 19, has directed that white persons in- Militavy custody,, charged with feloWles-or misdemeanors on the persons and property of colored persons, shuld be turnd over to the itil authorities -for tri# l, and that -U'ka cases arising her6after will be .disposed of in the same manner: Ani hereas, this -Order-so gratifying to te feelings and rentiment of the people of this State -is- based-upon the legal opinion,of, Chief Justice Bunnkir, given upon the. urgent request ofthis Dep*tment, and communicated to Gen. Sickles-i 1st. That'persons of color under the'" 29th and 30th section of the "Act to organize District Courts, are IcImpetent. witnesses in the Court of Sessions in all cases of felony committed by whites On the persons or,property of a person of color. 9d. Th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 July 1866

THE NEWBERRY HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1866. A GWR BARBECUE WILL be given on Wednesday, the 25th July, instant, at Academy Grove, in the sub urbs of the Town of Newberry, by Messrs. Hunter & Birge. The best cooks will be en gaged, and the tables boatifully supplied with the choicest viands that this and other maraXets, can aord, The most savory meats, poaltry,, ete., will be dressed a Ia mode, and vegetablies and pastry served in every style. Fruits,. breads, confections, &c., shal be abundant, while the most delicious and cool ing beverages, such as ice cream, iced lemon ade,. sherbet,. pop,. mead, and champagne,wine, etc., on ice,. wil ghsh in sparkling rills from silvery foants- and 'glassy goose necks, under the canopy of shady bowers. Ladfes and gentlemen, who know how to cater to the sat isfaction, comfort and pleasure of other&, will pregAe at tha. tab'es. The citizens of the surrounding country of Edgefield, Laurens, &C.; are invited to this festiva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 July 1866

~W BIAY,C. wea4a3" Y aling, ?aI 1s, U We invit attention to the vAMu car-d &a ad vertisements in tonday's paper. We were sag in hope to bw able this we*- to announce the arrival of our press and an enlarge %nentof the Herald by te net issue, but t*e fates are adverse. The pse. according to pr.mise should have arrived on Monday. e deay is n fortunate, but unavoidable}; we trust bIever that tn a few days it wiB arrive. We are under a thousand obligations to our frienld Mr. DeFontalne,of the ColumiaCarolnian, for the many substantial favors Litely extended =, which we shall not forget;: also to lis po lite and gentlemanly assistan Kessts. Stokes,, Scott, Bremer, Davis, &c. Wo were much grati led to notice on a late visi. the admirable an rangement of the Caroliniag.orec, its system, and complete adaptability for the ra l:xection of ail kinds of printing. The Carq MaW, too, is en% joying a fine reputation, and a weli deserved sur?% cess and we recomWe.d it t. our patrons 4a oe o...

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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 July 1866

July 16.-The President eturne4 men's umrea bill to the Hose. without bia . It was pt on its passage immedi ttely ater and passed, ayes 1M3, zVes 33. Also by th Senate, ayes 33, ays 12. It is erefore a law. NkWZIMR, July 1.-C-otton market qat igttle offering, prices 26. Ii YonK, July 10.-Europeaa dates4O the Wtl how cotton 4aa4et quiet, with sales- of 18,000 es: . Orleans fair ,16d,--Aiidling Ud, Mobile 5id, niddlng 14d, uplands tair 15 a 16L e in biedstafs. zw Ydpx, July 16.-Cotton -Armer, 36 a 38. Gold 491, MOLB, July 16.-Cotton 31 a 32. speoial otioe. We have e& -day reduced -the price On -aln of -our fine* Ladies' Wear-such Gaiter, BoOtees, Buskiuns, Rippers, ac, &c. We do this in orderlo make room for our fall tok. I. M. SUBER & CO. X. B.-The above goods we warrant free from ard and all such trash. July 18 tf. NTotice. All persons having demands against the estate f Yrederick S. Booer are requested to hand tbe . In to the subsriber, and al indebted immedia to make pa...

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 July 1866

4-~~ ~ pr"d by. we Sh.eanant odtesto4 of KB. Jotmar 40O ha7i: gbee unhased b the subsci. b,ben MwilTb-eohet "MtilVco0t llteo stan&ofiWuliam &-rusoni No 2 Mollohon Row 'Obb -attention is, dilled. -to; the, fat thAt-h -4dwil b dacostau&barn IWTIH-A BARR - M*iinde-and the public are respetfnly aboe ooA r v. 3htbwasBarre, anthat w-illi be 'ap atomethem4at aill. Imes. TI. remaiing- memorandum accounts of thdatfrm f' BK.~ Hohmna & Co.,. have b."wtanisferred to Mr. L C. Kible I who7has pjcetemin-m haudafoHolctftL farties therefrwidebted will presse call :Ad set ie immediatly. idly 114f0t J0 Y MRoFALL But, we bave gone downtdoon,. where we have the reamatt of our -stock, saved from the reent%ftreandalso a goodasortment4 which wo have:*dd ttoour stock, the paO week an&till'receMting.almost;.every dY. We have dress. goods, white good, prints, ie.ry.ggloveyribbons, belts and belt ribbons andausas, Dtions, &c., &c., also pure Irish linen, bird eve diaper, towels, tab...

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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. — 25 July 1866

VOL II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1866. NO. 30. THE HER,ALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOIZNING, At Newberry C. H1., By THOS. F. & R. E. GRENEXER, TERMS, S3 PER ANNUm IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square. for first insertion, and 75 cts. each subsequent inser tio,. Marriage notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, and Communications of a personal character are4charged as advertisements. MISCELLANEOUS. I Good Pluck. A correspondent, writing all the way from Texas, tells of the devotion of a young Southern wife,who accompanied her hus band on foot from South Carolina to the Lone StarState, and thought nothing of it. There are not in this section many dames or damsels who would undertake such a journey, even though they were sure of finding the goal of hy,menial happiness at the end of it. "Some months after -the close of the war a gentleman overtook a well-dressed -Confederate soldier, with a knapsack on ...

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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. — 25 July 1866

Pd-Nic BT Tim FREEDXEN.-On Saturday afternoon in company with several gentle men who were invited guests, we repaired to the beautiful grove in rear of Mr. White's house, to attend a pic-nic given by the Freedmer. of this place. The long proces sion which had been formed at the Court House and marched up Main-street, was al ready upon the ground in open rank, form ing two long lines of both sexes, arrayed in all attire peculiar to that race. The white guests, headed by one of the Marshals, were marched through these open columns with uncovered heads, and conducted to a stand erected in the grove. Mr. S. Bobo was then called upon to ad dress the large assembly. He spoke in true pat:iarchal style, with plainness, earnestness and sincerity, laid down some wholesome maxims for the government ot their conduct, and urged upon them the im portance of being constantly employed, whether the coin,ensation was much or little. "Six da.ys shalt thou labor and do all thy work," was his theme, whi...

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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. — 25 July 1866

PUBLIC FEELING AT VIENNA-Til PEO. PLE DISCOURAGED.-At Vienna the reverm ses sufferred by the Austrians on the 27th and 28th ultimo, produced a marked dis couragement. The journals, however, pro% test against such a disposition of the public mind. The Vienna Gazette, while admitting that there was reason for all patriotic feeling to be painfully affected, decliares that the depression was greater than was justified by the circamstances, and idds : In the present grave conjuncture, which is nevertheless so full of hope the government feels more than ever how intimately it Is united with the people of Austria. Prom ' them it, however, demands an absolute con% fidence. That iron calm, that sentiment of fidelity which now as at all times distinguish es every Austrian soldier, should serve us as an example. The lapse of a few hours may bring about a complete change by a general and decisive victory. With the vals or the soldier shou!d be sown the courage of the citizen. The noble ta,k of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 July 1866

The Late Fire. We take the following extracts Irom our exchanges. DEFSTRUCTIVE FiRE in NEwBERi-r-We regrao to learn of such- destruction in New berry. We persuaded ourselves, when we first heard of the occurrence, that it was not so disastrous as then represented. We a're now reliably informed by the account pub lished in another column, from the Newberry Herald, that it was most destructive and al most ruinous to a large numbei of its citi zens. We noticed in the account given, that very little was covered by insurance. It fur, ther appears that it was the work of an in cendiary. The wicked wretch who commit ted this outrageous act, we hope may yet be brought to justice. We deeply sympathise with those who have lost so heavily by this conflagration.-Carolina Spartan. THE NEWAERRY HERALD.-The indomi table energy of friends Greneker, of that ex cellent establishment, the Newberry Herald, iq worthy of remark and patronage. On the 18 h instant nearly every vestige of theirma terial was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 August 1866

I * t I, I nfl'.. 0 ,* ____ VOL II V . ... NO.31. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1866. THE HERALD IS PUTBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GREJREE, TERMS, $3 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisments inserted at $1 per square, for first insertion, and 75 ots. each subsectuent inser tion. Marriage notices, Funeral mvitations Obituaries, and Communications of a personal characier are charged as advertisements. Immigration in Virginia. The people of Virginia are looking to foreign immigration for the development of the agricultural and mineral resources of that commonwealth. To this end, the late Legislature chartered 'The Virgi nia Immigration Society," and about $70,000 have already been subscribed to the capital stock of the Association,in real estite, which is assessed at about one half its value before the war. The plan of the association is, to receive subscrip tions either in land or money....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 August 1866

RUTAL MtUDER.-OIe of the nost ter-v lie crimes that shock and appal a whole community, was perpetrated near this town on the night of the 22d inst. The circum, stances are briefly as follows. Mr. Alex. D. Walker, residing within half a mile of the corporate limits, was roused from his sleep about 12 P. M., by a negro man who stated that a Mr. Owens, of Spartanburg, camped near the bridge, was very ill and desired some tea. The tea was prepared and sent to the supposed sufferer. In twenty minutes :after. the same negro returned, with the in formation that Mr. Owens was dying, and requested Mr. Walker to accompany him to the camp. Mr. Walker at once arose andim company with Butler Estes, his cousin, obeyed the summons, After proceeding some distanee, the party was hailed by a man in the woods and informed that the wagon had been moved some distance back. They retraced their steps and were joined by a second negro. While walking in the di. rection of the supposed wagon, the two white m...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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