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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 September 1866

Attention Farmers. 4000 Yards Dundee Bagging, 4000 " Gunny " 50 Coils Rope, 3000 Yards Batesville Shirting, 00 Bush. Cotton Yarn, 5000 Lbs. Balt. Bacon, Sides and Sould ers. 500 " Breakfast Slips, 30 Bush. Rye, Also Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Salt, &c. For sale by sept 5 2c MAYES & MARTIN. The Dueaest Female College1 THE WINTER SESSION in this Institution will open on-the 1st Oct. The success of the past is the best rantee that can be given for the re. A full corps of Teacher's has been secured. TUITION PEr SESSION. Co egiate Department,...........................$'8,00 French.............................................. 10,00 .af io, Piano........................................... 20,0 Use of Piano...................................... 2,00 ' .!t*ngent fee........-.......................... 1,00 BOARDING. Boarding at $10,00 per month, Washing, fuel ai lights extra, Payment for Tuition and boardig must be made in advance, in gold, or Its equivaent in currency Dae West S. C. ...

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. — 5 September 1866

An Awkward Predjcauent. Over in Missouri lives a Mrs. Hemp dale, who has, or had a daughter. named Laura, who loved a man named Jack. This man Jack she didn't like, but she was informed by a neighbor that Jack and Laura had arranged a plan of elope ment. Her mind was quickly made up. She announced to Laura the next morn ing that she was going to Relleville on a visit, to be gone thcee days, and that she must be a good girl and not tear the house down while she was gone. That night Jack knew of it, and as he react the nice little note that bade him "come over early and stay till mother comes back, and what a splendid time we will have," he smiled, knocked the nshes off from his cigar and resolved "of course be would." Jack went over, but there is no earth ly use in our attempting to describe the delectable things he enjoyed; it was sugar season on that plantation, sure. Just before dusk, while Jack was run ning over full of the glory of the occasion, in rushes Miss Laura's black wait...

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. — 12 September 1866

VOL II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1866. NO. 37. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry 0. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERMS, $3 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square, for tirst insertion, and 75 cts. each subsequent inser tion. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitations, Obitu aries, and Communications subserving private interests, are charged as advertisements. Special and LPga1 Notices, 81 per square each insertion. Governor's Message. Executive Department, So. Ca., Columbia, Sept. 4, 1S66. oGentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives: I have convened the General Assembly in ext'raordinary session, for the purpose of recom,mending such modifications of exist ing laws with reference to persons of color as will emrtitle the tribunals of this State to exercise jurisdiction over them in all cases; such a re-organization of these tribunals as may be best adapted ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 September 1866

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, September 12,1866. "Hope" and "Home" will be inserted in a short time, at present our space is limited, The Governor's Message Appears in our paper to,-day. It will repay careful perusal. RACPS & BABBEcUE.--There will be racing next Tuesday at Mr. Jack Hair's race course, at 11 o'clock . Also a fine barbecue by Dr. Epting. Broad River Bridge Completed. We are gratified to learn that the trains on the Greenville and Columbia Railroad will commence running to-day and henceforth regularly over Broad River Bridge at Alston. Two handsome little papers, the Cheraw Ad vertiser and Florence Gazette, have reached our sanctum to-day for the first. time. The former ,by James and H. C. rowell, and the latter by J. P. Chase and W. A. Brunson. Success to them both and the sections they represent. We acknowledge the reception of the American Farmer for September, published at Baltimore Md. This is one of the best magazines for the farmer and planter that we k...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 September 1866

Grin Banding, ADD GIN BRISTLES. 1000)lbs. Vulcanized Rubber Belting, assorted aies, from 21 to 6 inches. AliD Dressed Russia Gin Bristles at a small advance on cost, at S. P. E & CO. Belting of any width furnished at short notice. September 12 8 ATENTION OYAL ABCH MASONS; There wiu be an extra convocation of Signet Chapter, No; 18, on next Monday might, 17th inst., at 8 o'clock, at the Chap ter Room. As there have been no regalar meetings for several months, (during which time the records were destroyed by fire,) it is of prior and absolute importance that members be present. By order c-the M. E. H. P. JAMES LARKIN, Secretary. 1XI RA AUCTION NOTICEI the sale of RANDSOME FURNITURE, KATTRASSES, 300 BOOKS, MAT"'NG, KITCHEN F1URNITURE, &c., &e., &c., which I published on Sales Day last, to oc otr at br. Ogier's residence, will take place at my Auction Store, next to Post Office,on 4fonday, 17th instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M. ,The unsold STOCK IN TRADE, belonging to C. W. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 12 September 1866

A Sad Story-Death from Want and Exposure. About ten weeks ago a gentleman pas sed through this city on his way to Arkansas, where he intended to locate. An Englishman by birth, he had been for tnany.-years a commercial traveller for a house-in one of the largest mercantile cities in Europe, and in that capacity bad visited every part of the world. He was, in every sense of the word, a perfect gentleman. Of a sensitive and retiring disposition he was illy calculated, how ever, to make acquaintances, and lacked the assurance which we daily learn is necessary to thrive in this world of ours. He had heard a glowing account of our sister State, and went to Pine Bluff, where his means became almost exhausted. Writing to his wife to remit to him at Camden, he started to meet a friend. In this he was disappointed, and the unset tied state of mail facillities preventing the receipt of means from home, he de termined to return to this city and await here until he heard from his family. About ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 September 1866

- - 4 VOL II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1866.10.3 THE HERALD Is PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. IL, By THOS. F. & R. H. GREE1ER, TERMS, $3 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square, for 8rst insertion, and 75 cts. each subsequent inser on. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitationa, Obitu ries, and Communications subserving private interests, are charged as advertisements. Special and Legal Notices, 81 per square each Insertion. The Recent Trip of the Little Ship "Red, White and Blue." The trip of the Lilliput vessel is an affair of not inconsiderable importance. It may fairly and contrastively comple 'ment the passages of the Great Eastern. One is so large as to have been at first esteemed unmanageable; the other is so small as to have been from the start de clared not to be able to live in any rough sea. Success has dispelled the scepticism and apprehension that each gave rise to....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 September 1866

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, September 19, 1866.1 Greenville and Columbia Railroad. -By reference to schedule, it will be seen that the enterprising managers of the above road have put the line in apple-pie order-the new Echedule is now,run from Greenville to Colum bia by day-light. The benefit to the business and travelling community will be immense, while " the road must now go on a fresh tide of prospe rity. Its vicissitudes have been almost disheart ening, but owing to the sleepless and untiring energy and ability of its able President-Ham. met, and the devotion of its skillful Superin tendant,Mr. LasSalle.it is once more "all right." Death Has robbed this community of one of its purest and brightest dwellers. SUSAN FRANcEs, the beloved wife of G. X. Girardeau, and daughter of our esteemed townsman, E. Pierce Lake, de parted this transitory life on the 13th instant, of puerperal fever, in the 27th year of her age. -She possessed an intelligent mind, and a gentle, generous ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 September 1866

MEssRs EDITORs-Please announce Mr. JACOB KIBLER as a candidate for the of flee of Tax Collector, for the ensuing term, as in every respect qualified and worthy of the office, and oblige OLD TIMES. MESS. EDITORS.-You will please an, nounce TROMAS H. CROMER as a candi date for Tax Collector Newberry District, At the next election. MOLLO HON, Sept 12 MD!SeS. EDITois: Please announce DR. CRARLTON H. SONDLEY, as candidate for Tax Collector, of Newberry District, at the next election and oblige MANY FRIENDS. MESSRS. EDITORS :-You will please an nounce N. F. JOHNSON, as a candidate for Sheriff of Newberry District, and oblige April 4, 14. MANY FRIENDS. The friends of Capt. THOS. M. PAYSIN CER respectfully nominate him as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Newberry District. VOTERS. Messrs. Editors-By nominating Mr. 1 aniel B. Wheeler as a candidate for Tax ollector of Newberry District, you will oblige his many - JuIy 4 WARM FRIENDS. MEsSES EDIToRs-: You will please an nounce J. D. SMITH,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 September 1866

Farm Work for Septem.. r. Cotton-picking is the regular planta tion work for the month. It should be gathered as fast as it opens, for this is the way to secure it in good condition. "If it stands," Dr. ClA''d justly remarks, "many days after opening in the boll, ex posed to the dew of night, and the bright shining of our autumn days, it under goes a bleeching process, which imparts to the staple a deid *hite color, with a crisp harsh tcuch, and destroys its pe culiar native of creamy hue." Avoid collecting vith leaf and trash ofall kinds. Every lock of lint should be saved know, as the "great staple" must be scarce and dear for a long time to come, and it should be the ambition of all planters to send their crops to market in the best possible condition. Do not be humbugged with "cotton pickers," but press every hand on the plantation into the work, and save your cotton for the present in the good old way, and spend what money you can spare in better plows, sweeps, gins, and other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 September 1866

VOL II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1866. - - THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOf,NING, At Newberry (. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERMS, $3 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted at 51 per square, for first insertion, and 75 cts. each subsequent inser tion. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitatior, Obitu aries, and Communications suaserving private interests, are charged as advertisements. Special and L-gal Notices, $1 per square each insertion. Eloquent Extract. The following ar& the closing remarks of the Hon. S. S. Cox, of Ohio, in the speech recently delivered by him in the city of New York, and in which he re viewed the intolerant action of the Con gress that recently adjourned ; "The historian of Rome draws some thing from his imagination when he pic tures the proud Queen of Palinvra, Zen obia, arrayed in purple, yet loaded with golden chains; to aggrandize the pro cession in honor of the c...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 September 1866

NE WBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, September 26, 1866. As the Fall trade will soon open, every bo ly (particularly the ladies,) will want to know where they can buy the handsomest, most fashionable and cheapest goods. Those of our readers desiring such information will find it to their interest to examine our ad vertising columns regularly every week. The Galaxy for Oct. 1st received. Cons tents: Claverings-illustration; By moon, light; View of Mormondom; Ancient and modern cookery; Miss Martin and Miss Wier; Ascent of monte Rosa; Italy; Archie Lowell; Character of Petrarch; Extravagance of the French Court; Down in a Chine; Live Metaphors; Notes for a young Pianist; Nebulae by the Editor. Price $3 for six months. Address W. C. & F. P. Ciurch, No. 39 Park Row, New York. KIND WoRDs.-This charming little Suns day School paper, a few copies of which were received some months ago, again finds its way to us, and we give it welcome and recommend it to those interested in Sabbath Scho...

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. — 26 September 1866

MEisRs EDITORS-Please announce Mr. JACOB KIBLER as a candidate for the of" flee of.Tax Collector, for the ensuing term, as in every respect qualified and worthy of the office, and oblige OLD TIMES, MESSRS. EDIToRs.-You will please an, nounce THOMAS H. CROMER as a candi date for Tax Collector Newberry District, at the next electio&. MOLLO HON, Sept 12 MESSRS. EDITORS: Please announce DR. CHARLTON H. SONDLEY, as candidate for Tax'Collector, of Newberry District, at the next election, and oblige MANY FRIENDS. MESSRS. EDITORS:-You will please an nounce N. F. JOHNSON, as a candidate for Sheriff of Newberrv District, and oblige April 4, 14. MANY FRIENDS. The friends of Capt. THOS. M. PAYSIN CER respectfully nominate him as a suitable andidate for Sheriff of Newberrv District. VOTERS. essrs. Editors-By nominating Mr. iel 13. Wheeler as a candidate for Tax ector of Newberry District, you will ige his many July 4 WARM FRIENDS. MESSRS EDITORS : You will please an ounce J. D. SMITH, as can...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 September 1866

INDIANA.-Oglesby, the Governor of this State, is on the rampage. He is a blood and ouns Radical, and in the course of a big speech:at Plymouth the other day attempted to blarney the Irish by abusing the President and Secretary Seward for enforcing the neutrality laws during the recent Fenian raid in Canada. An Irishman in the crowd asked him why ConDress did not repeal the neu trality laws during that raid, instead of spending their time passing bills over the President's veto. This got his Excellency where his hair was short. He raved and ranted and called his interlocutor a traitor. "You lie," says Pat. "You was sent here by the Copper heads," says 0., "to create a row." "Divil a bit," says Pat, "answer me question." "You're a traitor, I say," bawls the Governor. The Rads, you see, are .very heavy on this word. Its such a knock down argument. "That's another lie," roared the son of Brian Borough, with all his Irish up. "I can whip you! I can mash your old head any dav," says this ...

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. — 3 October 1866

VOL II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, 3, 1866. THE HERALD Is PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOPINING, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, 'TERMS, 68 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required Invariably in advance. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitations, Obitu aries, and Communications subserving private interests, are charged as advertisements. Resolutions Offered by 9r. Garlington. Resolved, That the condition of the people of this State, resulting from their indebtedness as affected by the issues of the war, demands remedial legislation in the following particulars,viz: 1st. A revision and amendment of the laws in relation to Insolvent debtors, so as to permit voluntary bankruptcy, and to secure the discharge of debtors from all debts, upon a full and complete sur render of their property and effects. 2nd. Abolition of imprisonment for debt, either on mesne or final process, and an enlargement of exemptions of property from levy and sale. 3d. The postponemen...

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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. — 3 October 1866

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, October 3d, 1866. The weather is remarkably fine for the growing of turnips, potatoes and small grain. We hear from some that the potato crop will be fine, good news truly; while turnips are growing luxuriantly. We publish to,day for the benefit of our readers and the many friends of Gen. A, C. Garlington, the corrected speech of this distinguished gentleman on the Stay Law, together with his resolutions. The haste with which it was at first printed caused many errors to be overlooked, which are now remedied, and this able speech will therefore be re-read with much y+ieasure. NEW DYE.-A dye of incomparable beauty has by the merest accident been discovered, and most fortunately in this town. Yankee mixtures will hereafter be ut a discount. This remarkable dye has been used with success as can be proved by examining the Brigadier's hirsute appendage. -The color is almost indescribable, approaching very nearly however a light crimson. For further part...

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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. — 3 October 1866

I & WINTER U CLUHING, AT Wright & Coppoek's, No. 4, MOLLOHON ROW, NEWBERRY, S. C. 'ow open, a large and well assorted stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, selected and manufactured expressly for this market, comprising all grades from fine to common. Dress and Business suits, including Black French Cloth Frocks and Sacks, " Beaver " " " Real Moscow Beaver " " lack French Doeskin suits, " American lain and Fancy French cassimer suits, " American " " "9 Sattinet s'iits. OVER COATL. Vull and handsome line of all qualities aver, Seal skin, Pilot cloth, Blanket and ladia rubber suits. Boys Clothing of all Grades. Single and in suits, for all ages from 4 to 21 years. FURNISHING GOODS. Linen bosom Shirts, (made to order.] Linen collars, white and fancy, Paper " plain and fancy, Merino and silk Under shirts, and Cotton Drill Drawers, British White and brown half Hose, Gloves-Buck, Kid, Cassimer, &c,, in great variety. Embracing every style, some of entirely new patterns. BOOTS AND...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 October 1866

wanting in respect to that tribunal, , or to the distinguished gentlemen who constitute it, when I say here that my judgment does not yield its assent to that decision. It is not my purpose to attempt a review of that decision. As a law-abiding citizen, I am bound by it, so long as it stands unreversed. But I am in induced to refer to this decision, because it may, in the minds of some, seem to conflict with the principles of these resolutions, and particularly of the one now under consideration, and also because I feel it due to myself as an advocate of this law from its first enactment to the present day. The history of this law is somewhat curious when we consider the end to which it has come. It is a most extraordinary circum stance that it remained so long on the Statute book, and thus established itself as law in the minds of our people and became the rule of their conduct for years, without being seriously questioned by any depart ment of the Government until within the last ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 October 1866

VOL II.ENSA ONNG COE 86 T-HE. H..ERALD' IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At (ewberry C. . Br THOS. Y..& . $. GGREU R , TERMS, e8 PER ANUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Paymeat.reqiired invarbly a advance. ,arrisge ,oi e r Funera ritatloea, Obitu ;,s'yad . Ccananiatiae <abeefting private inereis, are charged as adverien>e. Acts of the Legislature. AN ACT To AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT To ESTABLISH DISTRICT CoURTS." L Be, it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, as follows : That an Act to establish District Courts, passed on the tirentieth day of Decem ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, be, and the same is hereby, repealed, except as to its first and second sections, to wit: In each Judicial District of the State, except Charleston, there shall be established a District Court which shall be organized by the 'Judge thereof as soon as possible at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 October 1866

NE WBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, October 10, 1866. We invite attention to the card of Messrs. Booser and Peoples, offering fair compromise to debtcrs. All should avail themselves of these inducements, and get rid of the night-mare debt. Da- R. S. WHALEY respectfully announces to his friends and the public that he is perma nently located in Newberry, and will be pleased to wait upon then, professionally, either at his office, or their residence, when desirable. NEWBERRY COLLEGE.--We are gratified to announce to the friends of this institution that it is again open. For the present the faculty is limited, but professors will be secured as the school increases. It is pre sided over by that good, pious and learned man, Rev. Prof. J. P. Smeltzer. The Newberry District Bible .Society will meet in the Lutheran- Church Saturday the 13th inst., at 11. a. tn. The friends of the Bible cause are invited to attend. An address will be delivered by Rev. Mr. Smeltzer. The object of the meting wi...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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