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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 13 April 1865

w I THERIWELTHR $-15 Dofiafs for 3 Months. Devoted to the Dissemination of Genea Information, ..ngle Copies 50 Cents VOLUME . NEWBEIRRY, S. C.. THURSDAY, APRIL T5, 186. NUMBER' 11. THE TRI-WEEKLY HERALD 13 P~BLISHED A," NEWBERRY C. 1., Every Tuesday,. Thursday and Saturday, By Thos. Y. & R. H. Graneker, Terrms-$1 ?for three months, in advince. Ad rertisemaents inserted at the rate of .$5 for gfirst insertion of twelve lines or less, and "I for sub sequent insertion. IF .1 DIE FIRST. If I die first, love, . My mournful soul made free, Shall sit at heaven's highest portai, To wait and watci for thee To wait anid watch for thee, love, And thrMgh the deep dark space To peer with hurman-iongings, For thv radMnt face. Midst all the stirs oieaven, Only shalW I se Tho ,:3rth-star of my passion, Hlflheaveu for holding thee All heaven for-holding thee. lorv, And brightest of the Fpheres, Bv thy smiles illumined, Or ialldwed-by thy tears. If I die firA, dear. loye, I fear that this shall b...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 13 April 1865

THE TRI-WEEKLY HERALDo NEWBERR, S. IuRSDAY KORlING, APRIL 13, 185. The communication of Srutus' is ;oo ra dical to meet our views, and is girdn. a Aace in a spirit of accommodation. The high parties al luded,to will, we hope, survive the severe casti gation. _________ - - Ineresem'in Subscriptin.. As noticed last week-tie price. o -the Herald is, fromn-tbs date, increased to 'FIFTEEN DOL LALRS for three iionths. Parties sending us ten dollars for subscripion will be crAited with that amountfor two months. 'B Found.. The body of Dr. BYnnan, who was a.cidentnt ly drowned at Asiford's Ferry, several week ago, was foued on the 3rd inst., washed up in r bottom of Mr. J. Hare's plantation, about nine miles below Alston. -The face was entirely ten off, and the identification only made 'certai by - papers found in the pockets of the'clothes. We learn that the body was interred on Mr. 'Hare's Pla0e. Gool zacking. We are indebted to a friend for the' followi:1g recipe for making the above val...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 15 April 1865

THE TRI-WEEL i;ERALDN' $15 Doflars for 3 Months.] Devotp# to the Dissemination of General Information, 5sla le COPis5 Cnt voLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1865'. NUE. 1. THE TRIWEEKLY HERALD IS- PUBLISHED AT NIWBERRY C. II., Every Tuesday, Thursday an1l Saturday, By. Thos. 1. & . X. Greneker, Terms--$15 for three months, iti advance. Ad vertisements inserted at the rate of $5 for first insrtion of twelve lines or less, and $4 fo'r sub sequent insertion. England anA Frante to Beome Parties to the War. The London corresponden.t of the New York News, writing under date of March 11th, says : j canot convey to you an idea of the ex tement that prevails in reference to the late -ws from.)Agerica. 'The market reports will show. -ou ow severely EAgland feels the Cone. federaes abandoning their Atlantic seaports. Whea Savannah fell cotton was- more than twenty-four pence per pound, but. on Wednesday la t' fleard of a large trunsaction at fifteen pence r'pound. But what I now...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 15 April 1865

THE TRi- EENLY .RUALD. -NEWBEI'.RY, S C FATMfDAY MORNl4 APRIL 15, 1885. Inerese in Subscriptiou. As noticed- : -t week'the lrice of the Herald from this date, increased to FIFTEEN DOL LARS Or three months. Parties sending us ien dollars for sbscripti)n will be credited with that arnount fo r ikmontis. April 18. There are not a icw rnmors ifoat, but as they happen -o often to' be without foundation, no publicity is given them *o- Weregret to learn that John Kinard, son of 6ur worthy post master, was wounded on the 31st ult.6 at Petersburg. His wound is ia the right arm. " A 'subscriber' at Donaldsvile is informed that in addressing a letter to Johnston's Army, no partieular point heed, or can be, added. Sirr ply give name, 6ompany, regiment, brigade, and add Johnston's Arm g Foster's negro troopi, six thousand in number, on a raid from Charleston, entered Sum ter, S. C., on Sunday afternoon last, driving back our forces there and burning the place. They are supposed to be making thei...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 18 April 1865

V .O IL mam adda-u 15. Dllars for 3 'eih0)Denoted to the Dissemination of Gehevil iformatione L siawle cope 0Cn~ .0 VLUM I. . -EW BERRY, S.C-T~EDX4ARIL 18, 186'NUBR ~ VOLUE I. NT D--Y, ]?-.IN THE TRI-WEEKLY HERALD a - IS PUBLISHED AT NEW E RRY C. H., Ivery Tuesday, Tfurs1gy anI Saturday, By Thos. F. & E.. Grensker, Terms-$15 for three months, in advance.. Ad vertisements tnserted at the raAe of $5 for first insertion of twelve lines or less, and 6-1 for sub sequent insertion. Arming the Sla ts. The Wilmington Journal has afways been a - warm supporter of the admiais:ration. Ju.t be fore the city fell, however, it took occasion to dis.ent in strong terms against sone one of the - measuire-of "the powers that be." It gives a frank opinion, plainly expres.d, against aring the- s' . The rguments used are good. Thk cannot well,be Auswe2rod. Here they are Asia genera rule our negroes prove faithful, and will probably continue to do so, so -Ylng as the enemy conitinues to put th'em in ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 18 April 1865

THE TRI- WEEKLY HERAMD. N EWBERRY,S C. T6DaY XENUG, APRIM 18, 185. - Inerease in Baliscription. As noticed last we# the prike of the Herald *s, from this.date, increi.sed to FIFTEEN DOL LARS for three months. Parties sending us ten dollar: for subscription will be credited with that amount for tw& monih. -April 13: PersonaL. General Hood and Mrs. Jeff. Davis and family sed through our town- Sunday. We w^ere pleased to notice, also, the Ho. korcher Miles, and Dr. W. T. Wrqgg; the former stopping at the Martin H ose, and -the latter-e giest of Dr. Ogier. - * Salisbury, N. C., Was attacked on Wednesday the 13th, at day light, by Stonemai's raiders, 6000 in number Our force, only 500 strong, could make but fee ble resistance, and being at once surrounded, were. nearly all captured. BUt few,, were 'killed or wounded. Out of the' number it is. supposed that only 40 men escaped. The many startling rutbors afloat since our last issue are,'as far as known, unconfirme.d. Among the many ww...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 20 April 1865

* - - * - * . e- -* -4 TE TRI-WEEKLY. HERALD $15 Dollars for 3 Monthso] Devoted to the Dissemination of General Information. rSingle Copies 50 Cents VOLUME L NEWBERRY, S. C.. THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 186 5. NUMBER 14 THE Tf[-WEEKLY HERAL. IS PUBLISHED' AT NEWBERRY C. I1., Every -Tuesday, Thursday and .Saturdiy, By Thos.T. & R. H. Greneker, ferm--$15 for three months, in advance. Ad rertiserments inserted at the rate of $5 for first 4enion of twelve linesor less, and $4 for sub sequenct insertion. Empire of the Wet. People who have been peering through their tmaginary i lescopes,and mentally taki:g time by the forelock, ask this question : .Where, ia the lventof continued federal successes, can wego to escape the egnsequences of an oc cpation of the country?- Whither may our - armies retreat, to esoape the constant pressure t-pon them,. and to renew themselves for fresh lcofi.ctY A pertinent inquiry, and not with out a uggestive moral. Putting aside the dem'onstrated impossibili ty of...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 20 April 1865

4.. THE TRIWEE1LY HE9ALD NEWBERRY, S. C. TEURSDAY RNING, ARIL 20, 1865. Dr. todd, C. S. A., passed through Newberry yesterday. This gentleman is the brother-in-law of Abmham Lincoln. M-rFa'mers havingpouitry, eggs, butter, lard, tallowr&c., and who may wish to exchange such articles in smvl quantities for tobacco or home spun, can be acedmmodated by applying at Dr. Grierson's drug-store. WTWe had the pleasure of an interview yes-I terday with our young friends Capt.Wm.Holman, and Lieu. T. A, Thompson, of Col. Williams' Battalion. Tley were recently in command of,a detachment in GeA. Johnston's army. The Seasons. Nature has been prodigal of her bountj for the past two weeks. For gardens and growing crops the seasons could not possibly have been more propitious, and .he prospect of plenty .tands out - in bold-relief, alluring us with the hope of ,abun dance where now is so much want. -al for .Connr's Brigade. - We haf,6 been :requested by Mr. Thos. W. Holloway, to state that Mr. A...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 22 April 1865

THE TRI-WEERLY HERALD .1 Dollars for 3 Mouths. - Devoted to the Disseniaation o General Informatin, [Single Copies 50 eats OLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1865. NUMBER 5. THE TRIWEEKLY HERALD IS PUBIISHED %T NEWBE4RY C. H., tvery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, By Thos. F. & L H. Greneker -Terms-Al5 for three month-, in advanet. A d Ycrtisementsinserted at the rate of _.Wfor fr:t insertion of twelve lines or less, and $4 for sub sequent insertion. CAPITULATION OF LEE'S ARMY. Gen. Lee a Prisoner of War. -SAO. bETA LS!D T e following nareative wA f'rnished by aa eer of Gordon's'corps: Gen. Lee on th .5h March, made a demonstration on Grant's left, capturing Hare's hill, and neighboring works. Proin that time till Sunday, April, 2d, skirmishing was heavy and incessant,, Grant throwing the main portion of his army to the south side and concentrating in front of our right, near the south7 side ot Petersburg R. R. Sunday was ushered ia by s foimbardiuent from martars and ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 22 April 1865

-*. -1E TR - :~ -F1A1 NEmW N W &roRIIG AS ~ - sc SATUIDWAY-MO 86 pur l06s"ee,y iasl, didno reeei( he Extrof hdrisday bechtse it was 4wed.to T6e-ayday we-pblish it for theit"enefit,.wid gome atb, Or(Wars. understand that a wisend necessary sae haoeen takenT4 in thkolace, ihe-euforcemen -of martiallaw. Col.'Urquhart,A. G brings the mportant it telligenee afi-cessatin of hostish es'hiving beW greed upon be&neetus and 'the enemy. Col It . U. is commissioned and has authority to exten m iacsirdeb i toierxoiunchannels us mrayareac tioneman Or other raiders, to s ithem 7fro. further rads, until other orders. eLdnderstam that such orders bare t:een exteded, mnd;bavA * ~ already been setto Charleston. atilities thm stayed are po to be resuined withoit forty-eigv - ousnotcbi,g groiv n 6n ithe side. jecture isidlegin snch a,ase, an we dare n01 Ue,ate t the ise. WhIi t6 be, wi1 b ewait- wa, for the net. on n rumo is-one that in kee'pars it was4ad -th Frince had re nied the CcA(ederacy.o...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 25 April 1865

THE T16-WEEK LY nERALiD $15 Dollars for 3 Ifnthsol Devoted to the Disseminat OB of General Information. [Sigle Copies $1 00 $V5OLUars fo 3nSDAtYh APRIL VC)LIMIE I. N1EWB3ERRY,S C.. TUEDY API E5 85-NME 6 THE TRI-WEEKLY, HERALD IS PUBLISED AT NEWBERRY C. U Eyery Tuasday, Thursiay and Satnrday, By Thos. F. & 3. H. Greneker Terrs-$15 for three months, in adviance. Ad rertisemneats inserted at the ra:e of '5.for first lnsertior, of twelve lines or less, and f4 for suo sequent insertion. C0tt0Ii. It is a singular anomaly of th war that cot ton has proved at once our best and worst friend. Its absence from the markets of tic world has stirred the great heart of manufac tures and commerce-has stimulated exertions -in all countries to pro.!uce a suiiable euiva lent, but without reward-has caused starva tipn, suffering, and death, aini iim brief, proven, as has been so ofte asserted, that our cotton is king- Scant a our supply through the blockade hae been, it has bi-ought to us the mater...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 25 April 1865

THE TRI-WREKL HE D "35DhOY EcENING,,AWL 25, 1865. - The Ladies'Soldr2 Aid Association will meet nezMwnday aernoo; a 4 0'Cloek. Parties remitting us ten dollarm, will please t.ke notice, that this amount with only pay for' two months, the subscription price ,haviog been rais ed to fifteen dollars. R. C. C. at Ninety Six, is informed that fifteen. dollars, for himself and two others, wli not pay for the paper for three-months, and that each has received credit for one moth.. Death of Abrahami Lincoln. The startling rumor of te'death of 1resideft Lincoln which.reache6 our community Sa'turday night, i, we.are told, confirmed. Severahiorth era papers were seen in mourning. The part!cu las *H be found in anotber column. - Should the intflgence of the tragedy prove true (and thera seems' to be but 1ittle room for doubt) it. woulf appear that Mr. Lincoln has expiated the. penalty-of this :awful revolution with his own blood. It reay be even at the near approach of the grand consumation of p...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 27 April 1865

44 -law 'w - $15-Dollars for 3 Months.1 Devoted to the Dis eminaiol of General Information. [81Sgle CoP $ VOLUME L -. NE BEIRRY, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1865. Nl\MhtR 17 THE TR-WEEKLY HERALD N3 PUBLISUED AT FWBERRY C. H1., fhery Tuesday. Thurslpy and Saturday, By Thos.-F. & R. H. Grenelr' Terrs-$15 for three months, in adrance. JM vertisements inserte'd at the rate of z5 fc.r first -.sertion of twelve lines or less, and $4. for sub seqwent insertion. rFrom tiie PacLie:oor.J MFETE BES 'N!WTS. Teace to the Dead ! tl:ongh the slivs are 0ll. And the Norse wind v.ailetii corce ind thril Peace to the Dead! though the Meg he The globe, with their brabling batt- oe; Peae to the Dead ! though jace is ;Ot In the regal dome or the. pv:per cot P6ace to the Dead . there's pace we trust, IVith the Pale Preamcrs in the dust Roses and pansie -.rd them well, inging triurnpUan imnorte"ie; Minions of doO,.!. we.e-d the kne To.the kings an' qve.ns of n.v-erv Pzorms nd & .hi'e, ni- :r d rin, ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 27 April 1865

N5W Rid Ad~2 to.f1feenbdlmars esb .r.. D., Cqdmbiz, is ififotmed' that we have not a Co!py, of GPx,, .rohnston 'S Report on hand. The supply NOUt. epped to our 6&e yestedsy marn'ng and apropriated ari exebhangce PaPer lYing r the table too.his own u<-e, while. we we"- for a roment absent isn an mitigated piier small thftis,iiand we ould dislike t trust-im with aything valuable.. The los to .sf Athe paperwa mostinretis. Prae f Tesaw. Liet. ol.HENY:beare of despatches o.. Th n-Miss ipi separtmeut passed hredg' town Testerday , on .hisp waiy to Augusta,' He goe to stay frther offensit hperations. 06i. sas that the preliminaribef *peace7- han be n agroe- upon between Genera.J.ohnstonvand,Gen.' eialGMnt -that the term*ae, understood, to -rn to the Union wihththe oldstatm o tateOs -Wavery to. be left to the'ote 'of -the soxithe LitA. AN e president to be elected. This is nhan slly undeirstood,nd- p masg from. t t McF., who claims kin o "reiale," sayz goetGo tBrown, of Geori derins....

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 29 April 1865

* * -* -- - - - , - A - - - E TRI-WEEKLY UHERALD Sprs for 3 M ths61 Devoted to the Dissemiatol of General Information [ VOLUME . NEWBERRY, S. C.. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1865. NUMBER 1. THE T.J.WEEKLY HE=ALD IS PUBLISHED AT NEWBERRY C. -H. - ry. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 3 'Thos . & . H. Greneker Term--$15 for three months, in'advance. Ad vertisements inserted at the rate of $5 for first itwertionof twelve lines or less, and $4 for sub 4.equentinsertion. The Capture 'of Riebmond. Yankee Accounts! We have been 'kindly placed in possession of the Cincinnati Enquirer, of the 6th of April, from which we .qll the following tele graphic snmmaiy of e*fts in Virginia TiE !-45LE FIGHT.'' Nkw Yonx,g'April -The Herald's corres pondence has the fdllowing account of opera tions~on Sunday At midnight of Saturday, General Wilc.ox had orders to demonstrate on the right of his Irie, so as to draw ',the rebels from the left preparatory to operations intbat quarter. The -next morning,'Admiral Po...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 29 April 1865

THE TR-"W9EKLY ME RALN -EWBERRY, S. C; gAn-DAY MO MNING, APIL 2, 186. The Catterpllars Now is the time to destroy multithdes of these rmi- n Nosenests-may be seen in the fruit trees and bushes, and if not disposed of will prove such pe's to the fruit and foliage by-and-bv. Let thej ehidmen, Whitt and black, be, set at* work, and tey will render essential service. A Sugestion. - Would inot be s well for our planters to put in a little more cotton than they did last year, ant up to.the limit, or even beyond. It might prove a wise measure in tle, end.. If peace is made, cotton -,will be scarce. and the deniand great, while provisions will be abundant and cheap. Should'we have no peace, nothing will be lost by the planting of it, for if we be over, run, it will make no difference how much oi lin'e i& planted. ThiLk of it planters. Complimentary. "It was lately stated, at an English Bible As Saoiation anniversay, that a calclulation had been made respecting the pi-oportionate value o...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 2 May 1865

4~ &.N I- r WE na~'-- -Gorlhoriin4 isDelars for 3 Nosthsd 10,t t the DissoDmWation of erahfrnto.Srg (ies$00 VOUEI.- EWER, .C,TtTESDAY MAY 2, 165 .N~E ~ -NWBRRt3 THETRFWEEKY HERALM 1EWBERBEY .. HW . .ter y Thusdaq and Saturday Mot three;ionths,ja dGaeie. d thtliementsiaserted at the fate of $ for frst fertion of selve lines or.less,. and $4 for sub aeqnent in A~tiof. - When I Saw Sweet eWllIe Rome. In the sk th-e bright stars glittered, OnIWgrass the moduligbt fell, shed th. e'aond f&dylight'sbustle, 0i, ed the "pin-eved .ipernell," i a m ha nossoiwm wi,od pith Were catile ove t ro~am I'*ae a etiequit p, e ittyingets.softly fhitter -Yer a brow as white as snow And her ehvek ;-the cringon sanset Scarey id a warmner glow Mid hr parted lips' vermillion, White teetb fLshed.like ocean foam --11 Ijparked, with pulses throbbing Wtile I saw sweet *Nellie hie When the, autumn tinged the greenwod Turning all itsle;ives to-gold, lu the lawn by alder?s shade F iy lo'e to' Nellie told; .A...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 2 May 1865

THE~ TRI-WFIEKLY,HRAD NE EWBER'RY, S. C. AMEDAY MORNING, MAY 2 M1865. g President Davis and suite, passed through Laurens .strict on Sunday. ' 'Uninterrupted Telegraphic communica tion has cemmenced between Charlotte, N. C., Washington, and New York cities. Such a thing. has not happened since 1861; so says the Caro . .linian. Surrener of John*n. The surrender of Gen. Johnston and the rem nant of his army took place on Tbursday laAt, as me are informed. The locality, and the number surrendered is not ascertamined, except that the force comprised infantry and artillery, the caval - ~ ry cutt=g-their way out. Strage. The.first battle of the old revolution commen ceu on the 19th April, 1775. :The revolution ended 19th April, 1785. The revolution of the present age commenced 13th April, 1860. The frst truce entered into was on the 19th April, 185. Gen. Lee was captured in April, and Lin eoln was killed in April. gg An appeal is here made for the sick sol diers at the hospital. Milk,.but...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 4 May 1865

THE TRI -WEEKLY HERALD. PEW BE1RR Y S. C. ;2V DAT XOENING, MAY 4, 1865. rersonal, "eWhave had the pleasure of an interview with oir did caot in-inow Colonelh-. F. Hunt, of the S. C.. egimett. Cotonel H. is at home-on arl ,and is l6oking well, CossiderFing the ordeal througwbich he has lately passed -ees'ary Sspension. Weregrei the necessity whith forces- upon us a. *mporary suspnxion, of the Hegld. It will. be but for a few days. we. hope. In the mean tivae, should any. important news be brougbt in an extra willie issued. . No mail going out Iront here for an indefinite time, Rr 1he -exctement prevailing, consequint upon -the surrender, to gether with the transit of troops through this town, aInd the lack of anything like news of a reliable character, are the reasons assigned for our suspension. We trust that in a short time quiet will be -restored, and qur people, know what is expected of them, and what is-to be done, and that business will-be restored. Baid on the Greenville Train...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 16 May 1865

THE TRI WEERLY HER ALD Devoted to the DissemiatiOl. of General Informationo VOLUME I. NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1865. NUMBER 21. - THE TRI-WEKLY ERALD IR PUBLISHFD AT NEW DERRY- C. .K., [From the Richmond Whig.] DETAILS-EVICUATION OF RICHMOND. Te Fraenation of R;chmond by the Ccz,federate Arml-Its LecupeuOn by the F'deral Foreex SGreat 1-Ire.The Eotre Bw nesx Portion of the CityJestroyed-Lit-s Lost, &c., &c. THE C!TY ON FIt. The evacuation of 1ichmond commenced in earnest Sunday n'ght, and closed at daylight on MondaT morning with a terrific contingrationl, which was kindled by tIe Confederate authori ties wantonly .and recklessly Tpplyin,g the torch to Shockoe warehouse 4nd1 other bm.idMigs in which was stored a large q.nmtity of tobacco. The fire spread r-pidly, and it was iomlle tne before the Fire Irigade could be gotten to work. A fresh breeze was blowing fron the South. nnd the fiTe swept over a gneat space in an increible short space of time By noon the flaies...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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