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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 August 1866

At Public Sale. ON TUESDAY, the 21st inst., at the Store of A. Harris, Main St., at 11 o'clock, the following property, viz: One Vacant Lot, on Burnt District, Main Street, One Cow and Calf, One 4 Horse Wagon, One Buggy, One Iron Safe, and sundry other articles, ALSO The unexpired Lease of the O'Neall's Mills about 2 miles from the Court House ,together with lot of sawed lumber. JOS. T. MOORE, August 1, 1866. Assignee. Notice tO the Public. The subscribers are now prepared to do all kinds of repairing in the SHOE LINE, iu the neatest and most expeditious style. 1ug 1 3t I. M. SUBER & CO. A CARD. During my absence from home on Saturday night last a dastardly attempt was made to burn my dwelling. I take this method of returning my hearty thanks to the kind friends who came to the assistance of my family and helped to extinguish the flames. August 1, St. W- H. WEBB. IM3IIGRATION. SUBSCRIBERS to this enterprise, and all who desire still to enter into it, will meet the undersigned ag...

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. — 1 August 1866

AN OLD SONt WITH NEW WORDS. A correspondent of the Atlanta New Era gives the following words to the old, but ever popular air of "Ben Bolt :" Oh! don't you remember the boys ,Bill Ross, The boys with their noses so red, Who drank with delight whenever they met, And always went drunk to bed? Ia the old ~churchard, at the edge of the town, In a corner obscure and alone, They have gone to rest, and the gay young spnrigs Have dropped off, one by one. And don't you remember the jug, Bill Ross, And the spring at the foot of the bill, Where oftentimes we've laid in the hot sum mer's day, And drank to our utmost fill? The sprin[ is filled with mud, Bill Ross ; The wild hogs root all around ; And the good old jug, with its whiskey so sweet, Lies broken und spilled on the ground. 0! don't you remember the grocery, Bill Ross, And the barskeeper kind and so true, And the little nook at the edge of the bar, Where we drank all the whiskey he drew? The grocery is burned to the ground Bill Ross, 7f...

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. — 8 August 1866

tt 1, rill *AM 777 OL II. ' ',1_)\ES )AY 101 -NIX(', AL -; I- S'1' 8, 1S .1G. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOfNING, At Newberry C. II., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERMS, %3 PER ANNT M. IN CURI:ENCY, OR lROV SI)'NS. Payment rEquired invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at S1 per square. for first iusertion, and 75 cts. each subsequient 4ier tio .Marrige inotices. Funeral invitatious, t)bitunries, aind Coinnuni^ation of a persunal cbaracter are charged as ,u verti-rnent,. THE POISONED FLOWEIR. There are various traditions as to the ori, in of the Go'den Lily upon the shilid of France. Among these is the f ,oloing incident, said to have occurred in the latter rart of the eleventh century, dluring the reign of Phillip Augustus. The Prince was onrl fifteen when he .Sended the throne ; but the strong hand with which he seized the reins of the (_iovernment, awing the tubulent nobles, amil protecting the common poU tcg ''. pee against their agressions, soon con v...

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. — 8 August 1866

NEB RA~Y, S. C. Weanseday Morning, August 8, 1966. This is Right. Some of our friends must be working for #s, the evidence of the fact being shown in the many aeessions to our subscription list lately. We cannot help mentioning it, for It does us good, and shows a happy change tor the lietter, inasmuch as the nadiea of many are of those who once upon a time, in the good old days, used to take theii- district paper, if no other, but who in these latter days of degeneracy. have falleli frtni grace and drifted it Is hard to tell whete. We hail the reformation as a happy atigury Ib the fa. twr, and cordially izivite the assistance of cur friends in bringing the many others who still lie out in the wicked shade of folly and unbelief in ne*spape- advantages, to a sense of dutiful repentancc. Stir em up. Sad will be their fate otherwise, and we sorrow in tears at the bare contemplation. Come in .vey one of you, but do not, we beseech you, forget the price to be paid ; without the cash, the...

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. — 8 August 1866

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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. — 8 August 1866

Congress-The Closing Scenes. The National Intelligencer, of Monday, gives the following graphic sketch of the clasing scenes in Congress: After midnight in the all night session of Friday and Saturday, a wild scene was presented in the House. During the earlier hours of Friday night, the cus tomary feasts had been prepared by va rious subordinate officers. In the rooms of the postmaster and door-keeper, ex tensive hospitalities had been displayed lavish lunches, with every desirable po table with which to wash down the charming viands. Such good cheer had evidently put the House in a good hu mor, and for several hours perpetrating practical jokes, introducing ridiculous resolutions, making funny motions, pelt ing one another with paper balls, tick ling the nostrils of unconscious sleepers, and playing all sorts of pranks peculiar to school boys on the eve of a holiday, were the order of the night. Even voting by tellers was turned into a joke, the muembers passing in squads so as to...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 August 1866

- --E4*-* - *i- ~1 V O L ________ jI___ 3 . VOHI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1866. N.3. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOPNING, At Newberry C. II., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERMS, $8 PER ANNUM. IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at S1 per square, fbr first insertion, and 75 cts. each subseNent inser tio'. Marriage notices, Funeral invitatious, Obituaries, and Communications of a personal -character are charged as advertisements. Boston Betsey's Brick, or Brick's Bet sey. J found her in Boston. Betsey Jeru rha Jones--in three volumes illustrated. I thirsted for intellect. I hungered for beauty. I ached, for charms. I re quired a gentle being with a mind like horse billiard.to guide me through this tale of steers. I went to Boston to find my love. I found her.-She was a school teacher who drew seven dollars a month for spanking the rule of three into the vulgar fractions confided to her charge, and for addin...

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. — 15 August 1866

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, August 15, 1866. GOOD NEWS. We learn, and bpe it be true, that the railroad bridge over Broad river will be com pleted by the latter part of this month. We are indebted to the Publisher, Mr. De Fontaine, for a copy of the Burning of Co% lumbia, by Dr. D. H. Trezevant. It is a re view of Northern Assertions, and Southern Facts and is interesting not only for present reading but should be filed away for future record. Send orders to Carolinian office. Mr. R. M. Stokes of Columbia, will issue this week a Tabular list of the range of Gold in Confederate money, for every 15 days du ring the war. This table will be valuable in making settlements, or for reference, to all classes of citizens, and every one should pro cure a copy at once. We will be happy to receive all orders, either for single copies or otherwise; single copy 15 ets, 2 for 25 cts. or 10 for $1. We seriously think that the times and the -easons are inappropriate for so many barbe cues. In...

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 August 1866

MESSRS. EDITOnS: Picase anncunce DR. CiARLTON H. SONDLEY, as candidate for Tax Collector, of Newberry District, at :e next election, and o5lige MANY FRIENDS. I:SSR . EDITons :-YouI will please an no:ce N. F. JOHNSON, as a candidate for SheriIT of Newberrv District, and oblige April 4, 14. MANY FRIENDS. TiC friends of Capt. TIOS. ML PA SIN CER respectfull nominati- him as a suitable candiat.e for Sheriffof Newberry District. VOTERS. Mcssrs. Editors-By .minating Mr. Daniel B. Whecicr as a candidate for Tax Collector ofNe irry District, you will ob!ge his unuV July 4 WAR M FRIENDS. MrsSrS EDIroRs: You will please an nource J. D. SMITH, ts candida:t f 'r the oECe of Tax Collector, Newberry district and ob"iie 3iANY FRIENDS. Mr.y t, 180)6. irssRs . EnIr ors :-You wil! oblice the friends of Mit. W. J. LAKE, by nominat ing him as a candidate for Sheriff of New berry District. Apr I, 14. NEWBERRY. MJLLINERY ESTA BL SH ME N T. Having purchicd the stock of goods late lv opened by Mrs. Schwarz...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 August 1866

The Confederate Flag. Take that banner down, 'tis weary, Round its staff 'tis drooping dreary, Fur! it, bide It, let it rest ; For there's not a man to wave it For there's not a soul to lave it In the blood that heroes gave It. Furl it, hide it, let it rest. Take that banner down, 'tis tattered; Broken is its staff, and shattered, And the valiant hearts are scattered Over whom it floated high. Oh ! 'tis bard for us to fold it Hard to think there's none to hold it Hard that those. who once unrolled it, Now must furl it with a sigh. Furl that banner, farl it-sadly; Once six millions hailed it gladly, Ana ten tho:isand, wildly, moadly, Lwore it should for ever wave S vore Ih'it foem::r's sword should never Hearr- like theirs entwined dissever, And1 that flai shicj float forever O'er their freedom or their grave I ur? t, for the hands that ?rasped it, And tue h:ars that fonelly clasped it, C, l1 ard dead are lying now; .Ard that bainnir-it is truiling, W bIle arou.nd i-, soun:is the wai...

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. — 22 August 1866

.1 4 & ... ~. S.. '~ *.~ '-~ 4 '.4. _________ FYI rE.. I '1 ' VOL IL WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1866. NO.34. _____________________________________ '4 THE HERALD Is PUBLISERD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., . By THOS. F, & R. H. GEENEKEE, TKRMS, $8 PER ANNUM, IN CIURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square, for first insertion, and 75 cts. each subsequent in&r tion. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitatiou, Obitu aries, and Communications subserving private interests, are charged as advertisements. Special and I.gal Notices, $1 per square each insertion. The Philadelphia Convention. ADDRESS OF GOY. ORR. PHILADELPIIIA, August 14.-Trains last night-ard this morning were heavily loaded with dekgates and visitors to the great Conven tion, and the hotels are over dowing.. The reception room of the -executive committee has been thronged with delegates registering their names. Every State and Territory is r...

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. — 22 August 1866

PmIL&DETHIA, August 17.-The Conven tion adjourned yesterday, after adopting a very able address and resolutions. It has been a complete success, and the friends of the President will carry all the elections in this State, New York and all the North, western States. I regard the Union as re stored. The greatest harmony and cordiality prevailed amongst the members. Many of the delegates to the Convention left last evening; the balance leave to-day. The proceedings throughout were most har monious-not a single event to mar the good fEeling. The address, butnot the resolutions, was written by Henry J. Raymond. It is merely the resolutions elaborated. During its reading for a time, almost breathless silence was preserved. The President re quested the delegates and spectators to manifest no sign of approval, or to make other demonstrations, till the reading was completed. This request secured quiet, until tae speaker arrived at the following paragraph: "And the 10,000,000 of Americans...

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. — 22 August 1866

C,MoILE.-A decoction of the leaves of common chamomile, will destroy every species of insect, and nothing contributes so much to the'health of a garden as a number of chamomile plants dispersed through it No green--house or hot'house should ever be without it, in a green or dried state; either the stalks or flowers will answer. It is a singular fact, that if a plant is drooping and apparently dying, in nine cases out of ten it will recover if you plant chamomile near it. THE ORIGIN OF THE PHILADELPHIA CoN-' 'VENTION.-It is not a fact generally known that. Gov. Orr has the honor of first suggest ing the necessity of the Philadelphia Con, veution. This was first done during a con% ference with some of the leading conserva" tives of Washington when he was in that city, and subsequently the idea was enlarged apon in a letter which at some future day we shall give to the public.-Col. Carolinian. The Charleston and. Savannah Railroad will be disposed of at public aution on the 20th Nov. n...

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. — 22 August 1866

PATRICK'8 SERENADE. nri TBm OmIIaLs IBmss. Ooh! Bridget, mavourneen, joost open the And give me a glimpse av your beautiful face: My s.ncient dudeen is all burnt to a cinder, And boogs are quite thick in this motherin' place. Sure, Biddy my girl, it's no joke for a ganiUs, To walk all the day 'nath a ootherin' hod. And thin, in the night, serynade a young Vani Clan +up to his knees, in the muddy ould sod. I'm dyin' wid tapture, my jewel of oratures, And niver a lovyer more willingly howled: But don't ye let scorn wrinkle up your swate fatures, Because your poor Paddy has got such a cowld The lightnfn? Is rOarin', the toonder is fSashin', The moon is nb bigger than nothin' at all: And such an outrageous murtherous splashin' s I never did hear since the days I was smalL Then open the winder, my queen av affection, Or, what is as good, plase open thm door: Nor dhrame that yon're sure of escapin' detec tion- . I know ye're atke by the length av ye're shnore A DELICATE BRDE.-Between Yrek...

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. — 29 August 1866

VOL II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1866. NO. 85. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOPNING, At Newberry C. HI., By THOS. F. & R. U. GRENEKER, TERMS, $8 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square, for irst insertion, anc. 75 cts. each subsequent inser 'tion. Mafriege notices, Funeral Invitationa, Obitu aries, and Communications subserving private interests, are charged as advertisements. Special and Lgal Notices, $1 per square each insertion. Address to the People of the United States. Having met in convention at the city of Philadelphia, in the State (.f Pennsylvania, this 16th day of August, 1866, as the repre sentatives of the people of all sections, and all the States and Territories of the Union, to consult upon the condition and the wants of our common country, we address to you this declaration of our principles and of political purposes we seek to promote. Since the meeting of the last N...

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 August 1866

Policy of the President. Better than the declaration of princi ples or address of the national Union Con vention; better than all the promises of parties and predictions of the press, bet ter, indeed, than any evidence we have had of the will and power of the North is the following speech which we to-day give to the public from the President of the United States. The remarks were made on Saturday last in response to the presentation of the proceedings of the Convention by Hon. Reverdy Johnson, as the Chairman of the Committee ap pointed for the purpose. Gen. Grant was present on the occasien, and it may be regarded as a significant endorsement of the policy of Andrew Johnson that he was not less warm in his greetings and congratulations to the many members of the several delegations present, than his great chief. The language of Mr. John son means peace to a distracted country, the restoration of civil power, and the determination at all bazards to put down Radical power. Mr. Presid...

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. — 29 August 1866

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, August 29, 1866. Look out for the > mark! Subscription $3 per year-cash in advance. Transient advertisements, obituaries, mark riage notices, &.,-in advance. In a short time we hope to present our readers with a full sized Herald, having made .trrangements for the necessary material which will be here in the course of two or three weeks; and we take occasion to ac knowledge the prompt attention of many of our friends in settling their dues. To the exclusion of our usual variety of 'news and other items, our columns are taken up this week with matters that many of our ,readers have already seen in the daily pa, pers, but to a large majority the documents now published will be read for the first time. The proclamation of President Johnson we :are forced reluctantly to lay over. TaGALAxY.-The September No., of this ex ?cellent fortnightly magazine is already at hand. For choice reading no better magazine than this. Messrs. Duffie & Chapman ...

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. — 29 August 1866

there is no section of the country where the Constitution and laws of the United States find a more prompt and entire obedience than in those States, among those people who were lately in arms against them, or where there is less purpose or danger of any future attempt to ovdrthrow their autho rity. It would seem to be both natural and in evitable that, in States or sections so re cently swept by the whirlwind of war,where all the ordinary modes and methods of or ganized industry have been broken up, and the bonds and influences that guarantee so cial order have been destroyed, where thou sands and tens of thousands of turbulenL spirits have been suddenly loosed from the discipline of war, and thrown, without re sources or restraint, upon a disorganized, chaotic society, and where the keen sense of defeat is added to the overthrow of am bition and hope, scenes of violence should 'defy, for a time, the imperfect discipline of law, and excite anew the fears and fore bodings of the pat...

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. — 5 September 1866

eno" 4 * * ~ - - L . WA MG S -8* VLI.WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1866. NO. 36. THE HERALD Is PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. L., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, T.aS, $3 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, .OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square, for first insertion, and 75 cts.eah subsequent inser tion. Marrirge notices, Funeral Invitations, Obitu Aries, and Communications subserving private ijiterests, are charged as advertisements. Special and Legal Notices, $1 per square each insertion. Proclamation of the President. Restoration of the Writ of Habeas Cor pus throughout the Southern States Martial Law Removed-Peace, Order, Tranquility and Civil Authority De clared to exist throughout the United States. By the President of the United States of America. A PROCLAMATION. Wheieas, by the proclamations of the 35th .and 19th of April, 1861, the Presi dent of the United States, in virtue of the power vested in him by th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 September 1866

AN E .CONEDEtATE OFFICEB SC$IIBs A HousE.-An officer who fought through the war in the armies of the South, and was wounded and disabledbby the loss of an arm, being impoverished, applied for various situ Ations in which he might support his family, but failed to obtain anything to do. Making his way from Charleston to one of the neigh boring islands almost in despair, ho there made further effort among the plantations. He still met with no success. His wife, sick and suffering ftom a lack of the ordinary comforts of life, wanted a little tea. The poor man knew not where or how to get it, until driven to the verge of beggary, he called on a lacy, narrated his misfortunes, and asked permission to scrub her house that he might obtain the means of .purchas ing the desired luxury for the beloved invaa lid. She replied that she had three negroes employed on her premises, bnt "to eucour age" him she would give hun the "job." And he accepted it, and in the presence of the freedmen was perm...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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