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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 25 September 1872

SECRETS. I' lik.- to br a da'sy In the crrer, That I might look up bravely At my lover. I'd bid the W e r Bend me sweei, That I might as he passed me, Touch his feet; I'd let the dew so quickly Start and glisten, That, thiuking I had called him, He would listen. Yet would lie li.ten vainly Happy me! No bee could find my secret; How could he? If ever of the clover Couch he ma'de, I'd softly kiss his eyelids In the shade. Then would I breathe sweet incense All for him, And fill with perfect bloom The twilight dim. What should I do, I wonder, When he went? Why. I would-like a daisy BC content. Alick ! to live so bravely, Peace o'erladen, Has ne'er been granted yet to Simple m tiden. Appointment o: Conity Chairmen. Under tine resolutions adopted by the Stite Democratic Executive Committee, the following gentlemen are appointe:l County Chairmen. They are charged With the !ocal organization in their re spective Counties, and are requested to communicate with the Central Executive Connit t...

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. — 2 October 1872

Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1872 THE HERALD Is PUnLISH ED EVERY WEDNESDAY MONING, At Newberry.C. 11., By Tho, P, &t 11. H, ronokop, Editors and Proprietors. IMAIN.wT, $8 V.M d-amvIf., Invariably il Advance. 0- 'Th paper is stopped tt the expirntioln of t ine for which it is pi21. 9j- The >. mark dcnotes expiratiou of sub scriptioi. OFFICIAL. Acts and Joint Iesolutions Passed by Ht1 Cencral As semubly of' South Carolina, Regular Session, 1871 and 1872. AN AcT' To 1NcOtPIolATE IlE BEAU ORT MANilPACTURING AND 01 PROVE.\IENT ('OMOlAN Y. SIc'r 1oN 1. lie it enacted by the Senato and Iouse of' Represen1 a tives of, the Stato of' South Coro. lint, tno%w leot and sittinlg in Gen ral Assembly, and by tle authori ty of the same: ,T.hat Alfred Wviiiams, Robert Smalls, W. J1. Whipper, j. Doug liSs Iobeirtson, David 'TIhomis, N. 13. Mlyors, Franceis 110. Wilder., James M.. Crohil, Geo. Holnwes, it. .1. Maxwell and J. B. Bascomb, and thoir associates aid succos Borls, ars here...

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. — 2 October 1872

Wednesday, October 2, 18Y2. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. We learn that Mr. Augustus Schell, Ctairman of the National Executive Democratic Committee and 'other dis tinguished gentlemen -of the democratic and liberal parties have invited Mr. E. S. Keitt, of Newberry to return to the North in advocacy of Greeley and Brown. The delivery of Mr. Keitt's speeches, North, have given great satisfaction. The Moses party speakers promise if they are eleeted, together with Grant, that the forty acres and a mule and other promises will be fulfilled. The Liberal party might promise, that if the negroes help to elect Mr. Greeley that the acres they now possess shall continue to be theirs, and that with an honest administration taxes will be low er, which will enabte them to buy other acres, and that Mr. Greeley being an ed. ucated man and an agriculturist, he will help every man by his judgment and ex perience practically to real...

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. — 2 October 1872

Private Boarding. A;w :r:. e,.n find iUARID BY THE MONTH with T . -6, lu-u- A. W. T. SIMMONS. The Newberry Hotel. JORDA.N P. POL, Proprietor. Thi ; Ho:ci hIs under;;:ne recent repairs, ar.d is n,ow mrore co'n- *:ab:e :nol well! :tp po"nted that ever. Wi:h a wel:-kept table, good roons, attentir: to eve;y want, and ob'iging- servant,. the traveling public will find it afll th er can k .for In adhtiu. there i, a Nr.-las bar-rooni where the in-"i of wii':-, I!:qui:-s and segars can be had, ::nd ak a bifliard-room at The Livery s:a.' beonging to the Hotel is aiso well supplied. Sept25tf SHACKE.FORD & KELLY, Faetor., and Gvneral Commission NO-RT11 ATLANTIC WHARFr, CHARLEST)7; S. C. 07 Agents for Moro Phillips' Amn:onia ted Carrihbbe:a: Sea Guano. W .\V. ckeord. W Ww. A;ten Kelly. Skep: -25 39 '1, Notice. Thre who nre inebted to me for OFF CIAL SE11VICE ll p*eae cam' to;%Vard and pa eoetetitier'nh of' (ctobe'r. Sep: 2->2 3 . JAMUs C. LEALY. Notice. A'l 'rties a're here'by notific1 ...

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. — 2 October 1872

Do Not Get the Blus.. Trip lightly over trouble, Trip lightly over wrong, We only make grief double By dwelling on it long. Why clasp woe's hand so tightly? Why sigh o'er blossoms dead? Why cling to forms unsightly? Why not seek joy instead? Trip lightly over sorrow, Though all the day be dark, The sun may shine to-morrow, And gaiiy sing the lark; Fair hopes have not departed, Though roses may have led; Then never be down-hearted, But look for joy instead. Trip lightly over sadness, Stand not to rail at doom; We've pearls to string of gladness, On this side of the tomb; Whilst stars are nightly shinin;, And the Hes(ven is overhead, Encourage not repining. But look for jov ircteod. Lu V E. The sea bath its pearls, The heavens have their stars, But my heart, my heart, My heart bath its love. Great are the sea and the heavens, But greater is my heart, And brighter than pearls or stars Sparkles an glows my love. Thou youthful ittle maiden, Come to my mighty heart; Mv beart and the sea 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. — 9 October 1872

ho *F>As~ ~.s a- ~- ..t 'C~ Is-I V ol VIII-. W'V-E DNEDAY MORING,OTBRT ~ 2 o 1 THE HERALD 115 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MO1NNG, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. ra s Sri rMea myr-, Invariably in Advance. goo Tho paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is paid. 0E- The >4 mark denotes expiration of sub scription. OFFICIAL. Aets and Joint Resolutions Passed by the General As sembly of South Carolina Regular Session, 1871 anA 1872. AN ACT TO AMEND SUNDRY SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF PROCEDURE RE LATING TO TUE CIRCUIT COURTS. SECTiON 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa tives of the State of' South Coro. lina, now met and sitting in Gene ral Assembly, and by the authori ty of the same: That the Counties of Aiken, Beaufort, Barnwell and Colleton" shall constitute the Second Cir cuit ; that the Counties of Sum ter, Clarendon, WilliamsburLr and Georeretown shall vonstitut~e the Third Circuit; that the Counties ...

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. — 9 October 1872

01 WAR- 1 . U, Wedn3day, October 9, 1872, FOR PRESIDENI, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FO R VICE-PRESIDENT, GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. English jurists, says :,e L)uisville Courier-Jourral,are advocating the codi fication and digest of the laws after the plan of New York, Kentucky,Missouri, and other American States. It would, no doubt, be an excellent thing for our English neighbors, b-t as the commis sioners would have to commence with the doomsday books and comc down to the present time, the labor would be herculean and hardly to be accomplished in one generation. From Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogs well, Charleston, S. C., whose extensive establishment was recently injured by fire, we have received an elegant postal card, with the following: Charleston, S. C., October 4th, 187S. To our Patrons : The damage done to our Machinery and Stock by the fire of September 5th, has now been filly repaired. We are ready to execute all orders entrusted to us, and when so favored, will...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 October 1872

ayes & iartiN Are recering tit:r FAI L S1~PPLY of HARD WARE, CUTLERY, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, BAGGING, T!ES, WOODEN-WARE, Wc,..l tild Erg ka i SADDLERY and WHIPS, (EEl1; UU91 FIPSI ETC.. ETC., ET. 0 .% 2, 4t)--; G 1 A ND TOLRNAMENT, PBIO-N I C AND Wie ome off nea; L P. Rier's Store, Mo! (Tirteen is Nowrth-wc.t of Newber ryC H.,l iin Ti') S i he 4th Ocrtober, Young ",t) o L r:. nion nndi t-porlo laa s bee:; nP 1i fo a the l die, and the. are e:rne.stly :ur! re ispety i : ed to atnd and bring i-arme Kiets en: L ing for the Tiit w ! P! (ace he o,th gru ! the~ da beoe,a arranige :Leohvee: :m:e f;,-,,! t!iu or Mahe tra e ! t C;r:i io ICt' II pl_c cia: !heI .s.~~ 0.0 ,. a t he ..., ia h Ki. wi!! n pp --r in Cod. time, armc d w2 L : n'im- B.-,Ie :lon. r. i!t t c m : - 1) o 'ein sk, A . . Diace 20 va: . sto ie ru in 3) 'sco:a . T e sulccess a iQe - Lov t !, anr a .S hr a o~ f - C..ro~n il5:5'i w ti u :: i p ces a e 11eid. Tc)olw n 4, u 0:5 is.On' in e Seldl.Ie and saddie Cloth. d .One Fi...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 October 1872

BY MR. Joll% GLOVE!". Who warns us of -he comin; storm, And hints of currents cold or warm, Which may affect :he human form? Old Probabilities. Who tells the farmer when to sow,. To plough, to plant, to reap, to mow, That plenty may h,-r z;ff --o- ? Old Probabilities. When men go on the sea in ships, Who teiletli with proptieLic lips The time to start upon th-ir tripq? Old Probabilities. If ever human foresight fails, And malie fills the carper's sails, Who feels the chiil, unwelcome gales? Old Probabilities. With chari?y for others' fault, Why should we make unkind assault, In short of truth somietimes should halt Old Probabilities? If knowledge comes with lapse of years, Why spare we not our flippant sneers, And for the future have uo fears Of Probabilities? Why took our grandsires, as it came, Weather and wind of every name? Because then quite unknown to fame Were Probabilities. E'en now the people of Japan, Of Zanguebar and Hindostan, Must lay their plans as best they can Withou...

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. — 16 October 1872

........ two ~AM -.-e Q !-5 i-;l-:'~4 Vol>.JJ VHL ,OCTO L 101 WEDNESDAY MORMTOBEll 16, 18'-)N. 2 THE H E RALD IS PUBLISRED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOPNING, At Neu berry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Grneker, Editors and Proprie:ors. Invariably in Advance. !70 Th. paper is stopped at the expiration of time for whicb it is paid. !? .The X mark denotes expiration of sub scription. OFFICIAL. Acts and Joint ftesolutions Passed by the General As sembly of South Carolina, Regular Session, 1811 and 1872. AN ACT RELATING TO THE BONDS OF THE STATE OF SOUTH1 CAROLI NA. Whereas bonds or obligations of this State have been issued, from time to t'e, to a large aiont, in accord .ce, as was supposed by the officers issuing the satie, witi the authority and provisions of certain Acts ot the General Assem bly, including "Ai Act to author ize a loan to redeem the obliga tiois known as the Bills Reeiva le of' the Statte of South Caroli n1a," approved August 26, 1868; also. "An Act to authorize a State loan...

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. — 16 October 1872

Wednesday, October 16, 182. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. We have received the Monthly Report of the Department of Agriculture for August and September. It is replete with valuable statistics. Jas. W. Fowler & Co.., of Abbeville, will accept our thanks for copies of their elegaint fashion journals. This firm has a conpictely appointed Emporium of Fazhion at Abbeville. Columbia Female College. The Christian Neighbor says: By commenda*le energy the Executive Com mittee of the Board of Trustees have ar. ranged weil and surely the opening of the Columbia Fem3le College the 1st of January, 1873. President Jones will send out his circulars in n few days. The State Asylam. )r. Ensor communicates the gratify. ing intelligence that he has succeeded in making arrangements whereby the Lu natic Asylum will ie amply supplied with pri.vvibions and all medical supplits for the balance of the year. No one need now feel any anxi...

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. — 16 October 1872

M4 I MN A TIC01 T . o HOS. M LAiK r . re-:a : .,.- him :'.j- e : MANY RE:TLi.' . C 0,-:. Q, 4 --.. SIERIFF'S SAL. Jl- e:>h1 Y. illinti-r, s.JoseLph C.!i -. : eeniror :4:t %7:i :%.i teramerntt.I.; B Wi- : Iecise f.-Execution. aY virt)e of In Ex,-ention, :o ni . I w.!J*Eer 'or sule, on Mondny, the :r o'Nvetniier, n.ow ui-rx er..:i i., t k, iw o- parevi o, Nis ! ;ing :n! : si:h: e in Ne-:. rrv County. i-i fh:.: anit bouadel by he;d w:ter~' King% e-Iie lad. of Johu P. Kunard, Wi'ii.;m NeMr ri.(-I>W L.Wned tby Mrcs F. Hawkisn-), 3:jd J4.h1n C.C:jjeA, a:jjj nw.v o4caned by Jke-il F:imer, conaiiing thirty-three :cres, more or less. termz Cash J J CARRINGTON, S. N. C. O. 7, JS72-41-4t. $9.00. OUR GALLERY. LET it '.- distinctly undersiood that the PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY 0r NEWBERRY, is in ',li blast and doing things -i all ti:h' :i.-i weti prepared for a good run tisis Faii, .ll kindq of work done in god style, in. e in" copying of old Picture, Filii-,.; Piu:, %E-:s. &;. T .rge iot of ...

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. — 16 October 1872

THE COM IAG TTRE. When :en forget their love of gold Aind love their honor more; Whe: truth is only current coin, And coanted o%!r ald o'er; When rien love freecom for its sake For all as wt-l %! one And for the greatest good, their work, From dav to day is done; Wht-nj mn,-n throw self aside And !ive F41r soa- juRt p-irposu hi!-, Then will the glorious eta come When none shali fear to die. fErchange. Ttie Medical Coie;t, or the Se-. f South C4ana is -ne Of the Olde,t schoal's in ji b :,icn iu v, :tod has enjoyed a r.-pwitat-o-> ar I be no other in gtitation. Before the war her students were numbered by hundreds, atd her halls were filled wvitti r,:eia-sentatives fr,ni everv S.a,thera State. From New York to San Franci,en her sma are found isiinii- hi.-h wA respon,ihle po-it-uns ; aId in O he A. list ' her .a1um1i she kinw, of none %a ho have di,4rawed her (iplorna. The ability an-I encrgy of her fact.fty had placed her tn the proud psition ,f the fir-t idicdl college of the Sout...

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. — 23 October 1872

sag Vol. Nrill. W E D,NE D AY iAMO R,NrJNG, OCTOBE"R 21 8/, 2 o 3 THE HERALD IS PUELISHED EVERY WXDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Grenekar, Editors and Proprietors. T8sms, $0 P191- AZA wsx Invariably in MAdvnce. 2 Th. paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is paid. Lr2 The o mark denotes expiration of sub scription. ASW JN FOR LFE, Our vesel was the sirveyingr brig Plover. which, (!aV after day. in the reu1ms of the Aretic, with bows sheeted in CkStal, with iiesbng~ing pendent from the Yards. wi!1h frozen s a il arid shroud,1 went r-ippiin'- ou her. Course through vast iels of ice. and among stupeudous bcrgs that towereda bove our very maNts. Sublimity, brihtn es and glooil alteruated in this wild clime. At times wu saw the red Aurora Borealis fanning the cold sky, a., if in mockery, with its lurid light; at times tbe ice dazzled with Its brillhacy ; but often it seemed covered with black shadows, whiie the uternal thunder of the tidos, 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. — 23 October 1872

Wednesday, Oetobc 23, 18?2. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. The Abbeville and Anderson County Fairs begin on the 30h inst., an,! close on the first, proximo. A Cyclopedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens, by DeFontaine. We have received from the pubishers, E. J. Hale & Co., a copy of F. G. DeFon taine's Cyclopedia of the best thoughts of Ghar!es -Dickens, carefully compiled and alphabetically arranged. This is a raluable and interestiing enterprise, and exactly suits the spirit of the age. We must learn to epitomise ; to winnow, and then present the gist, pith and puint of a principle,-the metaphur, aphorism and epigram, Uithout the least unnecessary verbiage. Men, to-day, in the rush aid roar of business, abstract thought and munl1tiplying cares, cannot plough through Saharas, when they need refreshing rest and recreation ; they must find the inviting oasis at once. Mr. Felix DeFontaine, who is a grace ful...

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. — 23 October 1872

Colum'ia Sy-(c~al Busi--ss Noticep. Pers.On con:emplati!g a vl-it to the city o -CoIumb:a, either before, during or after the Fair. are invited to look over the follow ing notices directing them to some of the most prominent and reliable business houses ii the eitv. Almost every character of trade is here represented: R. & W. C. SWAFFaLD.- -E-pecihl atten tiou is cai:ed tol new adverti..ement of the ab.ve named iltm, who hare one of the finest and largest stocks of clothing and gentle men's ofi:ting articles to be found in the Sauth. When in the city visit their large and handsome store. MR. J. C. DIAL.-The hardware store of tis gentleman is one of the tnost complete ia the State. Everything in his line or ap pr >imating to it in the least degree, can I e found in it, and any orders sent to him will be promptly and sat;isfactorily filled, for there is no more reliahe or business man in Co lumbia. if you attend the Fair. visit him. Ma. S. J. Pt;nY's INDIAN GIRL, one of the mos...

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. — 23 October 1872

DREAMS. r y \ j. :.-ATTt-Y T A. dreams are mad of, .r r i' :1 Is rounded with a -leep."- -nZa-SP.Rz. Golden ripples on the wall, Linger while the fhido l E len vitions trailing far, T rough the -unset gat-s aj:r; Diftami ancho:r- Ont Timaa' sterand, Tracery of the Almighty hand; Death and Atep, its c.-erpart. Mutely croassing hand a b1 ; Tiniigs that are, and thinzs i:tt seem, Through the pearly doors of dream, Strangely blent, hy God's decree, In a dual nyster. Thus, when sorrow's nieht ha4 shed B.i;:.t for living, pall for ded, Fairer forms of light are horn; Suns cross o'er the dark to morn Dreams are mirrored life to be Heaven in an earthly sea: Stars at play, amid the s:md, Chime in cherus deep and grand; Spirit symbols here and there Tell us God is everYwhere. Postal Information. LETTERS go to ary part of the United States for3 cnis per half ouiCe. if prepaid. UNPAID LETTERS are sent to thi Dead Letter Office at Wa.Lington. LETTERS weighing ov.r an onne( and prepaid a single r...

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. — 30 October 1872

AI IWIV Vol. V/IIL WEDNSESDAY MONNG, OCTOBER :30, 1822.No4. THE ERALD IS PUBLISIED rVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F, & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. roa-rs-9 $CT PW Iuvariably in Advance. -/- Th. paper is stopped at the expiration of t im': fur wLicb I: is paid. 7- The o mark denotes expiration of sub scription. Remember Thy Mother. Le.:d thy mothe- ent v Down life's ten declin(: Once her arma was thy support, Now she l.ans on tlilnt. See upon her loving IlAce Those deep iinez of care T:hInk-iz nas lier to:i for thee Left that record ther. Ne'er forget her ti.eess watch, Kept by day and i<.:ht, Taking from her step the grace, From her eye the light. Ciwvis!! weil her faithful heart, Which, through weary years, Echoed with its sympathy, All thy smiles and tears. Thank God for thy mother's bve, Guard the priceless boon, For the bitter parting 'our Co:ueth all too soon. When tiv ratel*6 t!nderness Loses power to save, Earth wilt hold no dearer sp...

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. — 30 October 1872

Wednesday, October 30, 18Y. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. PRESIDEN4TIAL ELECTORS. State at Large-M. P. O'CONNOR, of Charleston; W. H1. WALLACE, of Union; S. A. PEAR^E, of Richland. First District-W. W. WALKER, of Georgetown. Second District-Jonsso- HAGOOD, of Barnwell. Third District-SIMEox FAIR, of New berry. Fourth Distriet--W. R. RoBEICTsoN, of Fairfield. A lengthy obituary received by mail is not i:serted, because unaccompanied by the name of the writer, or the ca-h to pay for its insertion. A remittance of the price, $5, u ill insure its publica tion. The Presidential Ticket. Under the names of Greeley and Brown wi'l be found the nomination of our Electors. This ticket represents the Democratic and Liberal Republican ele ments of the State, and we think it the duty of every man Lw.ring this move ment to go to the poils and deposit hi. vote. We may not accomplish any di rect result, but we will have done our dut...

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. — 30 October 1872

LOCAL. Ota c-. N tC A!L:STON.-The at rt::ecyof M rs. Wa:ler, Evans : S:"w , rei:e 10d by ;oZwelI T. Loan is :he . : :mtIhorized agency for thi paper in Charle: on. H- d 6r) rar - -:- Uln. n. :: ace Setts. an< L1 ce Co!!'rs 'a:: Lace G ood. at c 1 McFALL& L' >L. "MFWrS.z~ G & 5: loy.1\. Newspapc A e Aes. No. 4 S,,uIh St.. Dal. - . ' . : du!;- a.: . ze to contrac for adve:.i-ve- at ourcoi.t;.: rate. Adver s-n ;ii 'vt :m- requ-ectei to :care their Ja vors with this house." i- . urs.\ is and Cloak-. cat by-I:.a . AL& PNOLA. 0 tf. L r, .; - I : betwe ten th reide;ce :' Mr. Birrc and D. Meinto.h, 0u l'iay, the :h inst-., a laivy Go'd Bracelet, '-i:. eIiv va'ua,le to the owner ou :ceocunt cfit :so:ation.. . iy on - flndIn : ::: -:. 1ri : the above at this ot:ce. mi;' ie ieraily je wardd. 43--4t. A .r f::.e .cn of Woers P:ee Geodl and Cei irc:i-hing (iov'o. can be fourd at 4:. it-ti. Mei'AII..& I'DKL'S. I wii! -el cheap for cai the HOTEL at Salw'la Old Town. For terms ...

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