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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 October 1865

Late Arrivals AT. P R ATT' S -Drug Store. Qum Camphor, Pain Killer, "4 Myrrh, Radway's*Ready Relief, '. Shellac, Ayer's Pills, " Atabic, powdered,Brandreth's Pills, Oil Anise, Mc'Laes "Bergamot, Wright's Cloyes, Tarran's Aperient, "Ci'Damon, " Ext. Cub. & Cop'a. 1 Peppermint, Capsules Cub.& Copaiva iissafras, Thompson's Eye Water, " Sillad, Soothing Sy. Winslows, Bermuda Arrow Root, Seidlitz Powders, TUoilet Powder, Composition Powders, Lilly White, Brown's Gidrger, UBalls, Acetic Acid, Mison's kaV-ing, Citqc " - Maccaboy I f, Nitric " Red Precipitat, Moriatic" fWlat' "- Tartaric" Flowqrs Sulphur, . Iron by Hydrogen, Rotten Stone, Creosote, 'ts Turpentine, T ' L' ,-Browni, Venetian Red, Prepared Chalk, Vial and Bottle Corks, Powdered Ipecac; Mastard, And a variety odotier good goods - for sale CHEAP oct 18 43 At PRATT'S DRUG STORE. WNW VEDICINESa AHN OCK'S Veimifuge, M'Lane's .do Dead Shot%' do Forsale cheap at - ct IS 43 ftATTS DRUG STORE. 00 Oances oX -thipopular remdy, fo...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 18 October 1865

grocrastinati0. f fortune, with a smi.liW fpce, mtrew roses on our way, - When shalf we. stSp to.pick them up? Tt-da*itlove, to-day. But should she frown with*face of care, And talk of coming sorrow, When shall we grieve, if grieve wo must? To-morrow, love, to-morrow. . -If those who've wronged us own their faults, And kindly pity pray, When shaU we listen and forgive ? To-day,-m) fore, to-day, But if stern judgmentfrge rebuke, Ad pirmth from nemory borrow, When shall we chide, if chide we dare ? To-morrow, love, to-morrow1 Olt those to whom we owe a det - -.kre harmed unless we pay, When shall we struggle to be jnst? Sa-day, my love, to-day, S But if our debtor.f.i! our hope, - And -lead his ruin thorough, When shall we weigh his breach of faith? To-morrowlove, to;mo^rrow. If love estranged, should oned again - His*enial smile, display, -When shall we kiss the proffered lips? To-day, my love, to-day. But if-we should indulg.e regret,: Or dwell -with -by-gftie sorrow S When' shall w...

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. — 25 October 1865

- - A ATHE NE Wm VV IB E_R _R nERNfs1,50 FOR SIX c bo e oale MONTHS, IN ADVANC.. VOLUME I. NEWBERRY, S, C., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, NUMBER 4A - IS.PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRBNF: - EDITORS AND PRORIETO.S. liRMS, $1,50 FOR SIX MONT1H., EITHZR IN CURRENCY OR IN PROYISTONS. (Payment required invariably in --drance.) Advertisements inserted at $1,50 per squa re, for !&sz insertion, $1 for each subsequnent insertion. Uarr~ige notices, Funeral invitatiom, 01ituaries, Rnd -Cothhunications of pezeonal interest charged a 'dvertisenents, k Visit to R*day Itolse. -OR, TlE FANCIFUL AND REAL. ai REV. CREAMCHERSE. We retired from the dining room to the 'pleasant sitting-room or music-rom, where :coffee was sered in delicate, wbite p.rcclain 4cups. This sitting-room, which contains a .,q-iano and quantities of nusic, old and new, - also a pleasant feature of IIoliday 14ppsc. be wails are stuccoed, and are hung with u.steful paintings-ropies of the fine ...

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. — 25 October 1865

* Important Documents. ths Excellency Governor PERRY -has given us the privilege of using for publication the follow ing documents: -Tenure of Oce of Prorisio . Governor. .DEPART'E STATE, - "WASHINGTON, Sept 29th, 1865. "To His Excellency B.- F Perry, Pr3rsioal Gorernor of th State of South Carolina "SIR-I have had the hongr to receiae, and I Iave submitted to the President, your letter - of August 27th, in wh'ch vou sta-te, "I desire to be instructed,as t9 my duty after the State Conven tiou of South Carolina sball.have formed a State Constitution abolisling slavery and popularizing the organic laws of the State. It'is probable that the Conrention will prcwidc for the election. 'of members of the Legislature and the election of Governor by the people on tle sezond Monday * - in October," and in which you solicit answers to the questions: When these electios have taken -pLee, is it my duty to coivene this new Legislature as Prf .visional Goveuno-r, or are my functions at nn end when...

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. — 25 October 1865

Wileon & Rig, 1AVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORT ME1NT OF Con&%StiMjof Sugar, Coffee, New Me ereJ, th-ese, Sardines. Uan,L Musard, Yeast Pr-ders, Concertrated* Lye, Condensed Milk, Ma% s, Shoe Blacking and Brushes, Soap -of all s, Candks, Rice, Butter,Soda Ctackers,.Nails, Live,pool Salt, Cop 'Inras'le Stone, Tu.bs,"'Bekets, Sifters, Brooms, - ottbn and Wool Cards, 'ercusion Caps, Pick Aeg-Cairdy, Raisins, Soda, Spices, Mace, Nutmegs, and Bone Buttons, Tooth D.rushes Pelts, IMr Phis, Fine.and Ooarse Combs, round Mmbs, Slate and Lead PqpciM, Spelling Zboks, Shoe Tbread, Cotton -and Linen _[andkerchiefs, Lilly Wbfe, PiANeed:es, 4ens, Fiddfe Strings, Ci r, Cheiug and -ieking Toba*cc, Crockery, 4u 'Saucrs, Plates, Night Glasses, WTWH WE INTEND SELLIN At tW. owest Cash Pris COUNTRY PTRODBUCE iW-GHT OR BARTERE FOR, af the HIGII EST MARKL PRICE. Call as you pass al 'see before you plhr .chase elsewhere.-. oet ; 43 tf - . .S,9 1j res. petfuya % :4 workP U l ja 0 .tfor 75 ut .ts .ispi ...

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. — 25 October 1865

The Apple Tree lu the Lane. It stood close by where on leathern hinge V The gate swung back from the grassy lane,, When the cows came home, when the dusky eve Its antle threw over hill and plaib. - Its branches, knotty and knarled by time, Waved to and fro in the idle breeze, When the spring dars wve a blushing crown Of blossoms bright for the apple-trees.. Its shadow tell o'er the crystal stream That all the- long bright summer days, Like a silver thread 'mid the waving grass, -efected back the golden rays Of the noonday sun that madly. stiove - To drink the fount of the brooklet dry; But the light clouds showered tear-drops down Till the glad blook laughed is it glided by. Ngver wore apples half so sweet Golden'russets striped with red As t'hose that fell on the yielding turf When she shook the branches overhead. A tysting place for youthful friends Was the apple-tree In the Says of yore And oft we've sat beneath its shade ..And talked bright dreunis of the future o'er. And when 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. — 1 November 1865

* ~ - *-' 7r - ERMS-$1,50, FOR SIX. MONTHS, IN ADVANCE. e R . c 0fjcI6.t NEWENEDY .- r- .W. 1 .--.. V~~??~ .-~EBER, . -..WENT.A,NO.F,.8 GNUBRNEKE. - ISU M. BLISEED EVERY. WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. H., my TkOi r. &"!t*ENL *9 ba N'? MThoPRIMRS. - , $?;5. MYOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER 1N -Ch 1~ JY O1N PROVISIONS. Aftymentrequired invariably in adrance.) Adverbeements inserted at $1,50 per square, for o er , $1 for each subsequent insertion. ar"apotices, FuneraHDvitations, Obituaries, %rd 'ations of pe~rsonal interest charged Ja adverisetents. 4-tal to Holiday "'use. R1, THE 'FANCIFUL AND REAL, &.I:. CRE(IEESE. (Concluded.) - There was to be a dancig soire r' ball, t Elwrood, the elegant-coutry seat of the .3)aa&, Mrs. Rivulet,-within txelve miles of Holiday House; and al within that radius who were on her vi6iting. list, were-on the O y ti anticipation of the exp.cted event, .Ier - Dowagrs house had long been closed t6lgayety, and. all who reinembed her. as .qUents socjiVt, and, ...

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. — 1 November 1865

LEGISLATURE SOUTH tAROLI AO OCTOBER 25 and 26, 1865. Sen ate. At 12 Meridian, the members elect of the Sen ate assembl-d in the College Chapel. On. mo tion of Hon. G. W Wi;liams, Senator elect from York, the Hon. F. J: Moses, Senator elect from Sumter, was caled to the Chair, and the ordi nance providing for the neetiLg of the Legisla ture was read. The Election Districts were called, and a quo rumi being presented, the -Snate procee.ed to a ballot for President of the !L,nate, to serve until the quAlificaition of the Lieutenant Governor elect. The election was conducted tiva voce, pursuant to the recent amendmien? of the Con stitution, and Hen. F. J. Moses was declared duly elected, whereupQn The President addressed the senate Ps follows: GENTLEMEN OF THE SXATE : Accept my ac 'knowledgements of the honcr. you have just con ferred. upon me. I attribute T*our choice more the fact of my long service on this ~floor n to any fitness'which I have for the place. is body, however, co.sti.u...

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. — 1 November 1865

1iiwberry 3o4 Shw I'Thom WILL RECEITE,70-DAY, An E.egant Stock of Boots, Shoes, liats, Trunks,Va ses, Umbrellas, For the L ssomething new,and really handsome, anA for the first time '3troduced here. Our Boots and Shoes for Ladies, Gntlemen, Misses, Boys and Children, vmbrace every variety, and were se lected with great care. We have"s-finc, stock of-Brogans. We will rereive, durii this week, a large invoice of cveVescription of I AGsods to be -foud i a first-class Boot *aA Shoe muse The citizens .of Newberry and La riRn espeeily are rspectful.y invited. . to gamie our stock. We wNl take SpIeasureai waitiag upon them. is our intention to deyote our time Wd einerjs to te Boot and Shoe Business, both wholesale and 'rstail We therfore invite th trre of the surroimding country- and upper dis trici - MILLER & THOMP'SNN. Newberry C.-H., S. C., Oc. 31,'65. AITKEt NOYES JOHNSTON, No 159 IIEETING S'REET, - CEARLESTOLV S. Ce, IMPOlRTER USA JOBBER.S. D.RY GOODS CLOThS AND CASSI'.ERES, 3LANK...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 November 1865

UO "And there Shall b no nzght there."-Rev. 22, 5. Fo night shall be i leaven-no gathering gloom Shall o'er that glorious lindscape ever Come, Yo tears shall fall in sadness o'er those flowers, That breathe their fragrance through celestial bowers. to night shall be 1i icaven-no. dreagiul lour Of mental darkness, or theotempter'i power, Across those skies no envios cloud shall.roll, To dim the sunlight of the enraptured soul, N# night shall be in Hea,en. Forbid to sleep Those eyes no m.ore their' mournful vigil keep,; Their fountains. dead, their tears all wiped away; They gaze undazzled on eterna. day. + No night shall be in Heaven-no sorro ws reign * -secret angnih-no .corporeal pain No shivering limbs-no burning fever therc NO soal ecUpse-no winters of despair. No night shall be in Heaven-but endless ndon;. No fast deedning sun-or waning moon; But there the Lamb shall yield perpetual light, "Mid pastres green, and waters ever bright. No night shall be in Heaven-no darked room, ob...

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 November 1865

S4 E -5 A TERMS-$1,50 F;) sTX - .ORE.K MONTHS, IN AD1 ANCE I VOLUME T. n TERR1 .S C.. )-M IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNFSDAY, At Newberry C. U., My TE06. F. & R. 1H. GRE.NZ2, EDITor'S A& P T T-ERM, ,5 FO) MON T. EIT HE R IN CURR1ENCY OR IN PT IVz-IUNS. (Payment required invarialy in advancc.) Adertisement s *:-ertcd a: , por sqi:are, for trst insertion, .3 for c:ach ubre m:erion. ' Commuications of pCA:nl :xe TO the HonoraD7k t 1ENTLEMEN: Yo session, b o-der o t t I the purpolse 0 con ene' - o-dinary conu:; by Wise and urco n, t. e and best int- utn1Lro.ina. Povisional r e >t:te, amI i7 absence of tC e.eti e,sutu:In:: Executiv^. 1 '-n.r it my duty tv add ess you on the pres(.-- occlsifn, aind( recomme i,r a zur cons, ation such manoare a m 1V jU.:.."L, *he interest and we'ar of thje ...hough I have not the hor cf Uciv:ng Suthoriti, ls Chf 'ecutivte of t he State, fromv you, or tle people of Somzn - -ro.m ,e. I~can assure von. in a zonsiititution%l Gi !v r o of t,., :tl Li e e h...

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 November 1865

Legislative Proceedings. SE'NATt. Tho Senate met at 12 M., ptsuant to adjourn 'meut, and the Clerk read thjournal of yezter 'day. Thgilowing me,sage flom1 his Fxcellency the ?rotisional Govetcr nas connutn:cated to the -Senate, and was made the special order of the day for to-morrow, at M P. f. XEc;TvE DErARTMENT Socw CAroLiNA, Oc t oher 27, 185, th te Honorable !he Sendlc and House cf Rep' rentatives: GENTLEMEN.: I have the honor of transmitti:ig to you the report of t: e Comnmision. appointed by order of the Convention, "tu) propose such legislation as will be necezsiry and pioper in -consequence of the nlterationz made in he fun 'damental laws, and- especially to prepare aud submit a code for the regulation,of !abor and the -phtection and governineut of the colored popu lation of the State." The report embraces "A Lill prelimri.ary to the kgislation induced by the emanicipation of .laves;" "A Bkil to establish and regulate, the domestic relations of persons of color, and t6 anend...

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 November 1865

SWEET FANCVEs 'ONE OF THE CHOICEST AND MOST .TEMPTINC ASSORTM6NTS OF Frinch 2V'feotiona'y, -Eve brought to this mariet, is now displayed at the establisament of l ITHEODORE GOUIN'8 Emtbracing a great variety. of' 'CANDY, BONBONS, LIQUOR DROPS, LOZENGES,, CANDY TOYS, SWEET- IIEAATS, ETC., ETC.. h he is happy t< invite the atten vers of the sweet and fanciful. s ith the abovee Rhas now in and best selection of AND -. LAS-WAE, To be fbund this side of CohnnbM., selected with especial care for t-he wants of this com nunity, and.which he offers at prices which %will please his many friendsand customer., ,and the public generaly. Nov. 846 1m CO-PARTNERUIP NOTICE,, under3igned havidg, on the Ist day -of July, 1S65, ent;ered into a Co-partnership, 6he parpoie or carrying on a GENERAL ANTILE BUSINESein the town.of New. -berry, under tistyle, ( WRIGH T,7COPPOCK 4; Co., now announce~thesaic to the pub4ie, and vespectily solicits their pitronaye. ROBERT H. WRTGHT, EMANUFL S. COPPOCK, MENRY W...

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 November 1865

. The Conquered Banner. BY "1W01MNA. Purl That banner, for 'tis weary Iound its staff 'tis drooping dreary; 'Furl it, fold it, it is best For_there's.ot a man to wave.it, And there's not a soul to save it, And there's not.one left to lave it In the blood which heroes gave. it; And its foes now scorn and brave it; Furl it, hide it-let it rest. Take that banner down, 'tis tattered I Bioken is its staff and shattered! And the valiant hosts are scattered, Ovr whom it floated high. Oh ! 'tis hard for us to fold it, Hard to- think there's none to hold it, Hard that those whQ once unrolled it - Now must farl it with a sigi. Furl that banner-furl it sadly Once ten thousands hailed it gladly, . And ten thousands wildly, madly, Swore it should forever wave 9wore that foeman's-sword could never Feartselike theirs entwined dissever, Till that flag should float forever, O'er their freedom, or their grave. Furl it, for thb'e hands that grasped-it, And:the hearts that fondly clasped it, Cold and d...

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 November 1865

- - . -, - .- - * -e~'' HE NE WE R R HER TIRX - *MS-$1,50 Er So Xs S . -. A OILUME 1 1. - -NED NME 47. 'THE 1*0 9RALB_ IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXR, F,DITORS. AND PR OPRIETORS. $1,- MOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER Y OR IN PROVl;IONS. ret,lired invariably in advance.) snjets iuhserted at 1,50 per square, for nsertion, I for each subsequent insertion. arr'ageltices,'nrei A invitations, Obituaries, *nd Communications .qf pr:sonal interest charged !s advertisements. \ . W. H. C HRfFE, No. 20.5 EAST BAY STREET, (Opposite New Castom House,) CHARILESTON, S. C. COMMISSION MERCHANT, DEALER IN BUTTTER1, CHEESE, LARD, ard - LIQUORS. CONSIGNME-NTS REOEIVED TY EVE IY STAMER of G< ods selected ex.ressly tr the Charleston Ml ket. DRDERS PROME LY ATTENDED TO. *'Charlest6n,-S. C., Nov 8 1805. Sm. 1Noilh, Steele k AV''atelL WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FANeY ?0H0OS STAJTOiDTERY, TRFUMEY, _U,TJ I-10 SIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, &c., &C. -Ne. 167 MEETING ST.; C...

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 November 1865

4%A ~: ~ -' ~L~Isat1v Mii5 optlnuede 4r tr offered a resolution which was reet t the corwsttee Instructed.ac Ordin T hat it-be refer&d to the Commit te OR the .'udvimy ~to inquire- and. report i -rhat Ie is?ation i:.necessary for sOpplying the-records of the various District offices of this 9tAe, whieh have been lost or gdestroyed - - 4.Rhe action of the Federal army during the late wa, amnd whether any changes in the law 4_Mened imay be uecessary in -rder 4o en able'parties to establish th' foriner .pxistence Wnd los"f destructionr of private.deeds, bonds, -ootem, or. other evidences of title. of - Oebt, *Keresa* deeds bonds, notes; &c., bare beena os=og ed by tha ravages of,the late - 6 e-tdmittee be authoriked to port-byUil or othlewise. ! -Y@iffn Sor the sale of the State works atGreenvillevvias mended,.on motion of Mr. TillWn, by.ordering the sale -to be for cas-h, ad wa agreed to, and was ordered to be ~.4t to tbe House of Representative for con ifr.iLawton oelred a re...

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 November 1865

Tf tOre. - ia Belergm eSb estasio, Straw.and Felt, Mu!sai Sbata and -greakfast A 4keNaodkerchiefs, -bam n - widts and .1_graI shofts and Gaiters atuerd- ape ERWEAR 8 s Uend er Thre' d, Lin. Linewsud .a hoiS af d A A. T.o ot he ga6U&es WabtIe ke a reni rt ri , - i itr-e odds and s aho benote mea S- CoP rh a itit $ se . e.mieatee otS'Jdge John Eel 4 e ed 'i:,ret to reier mn he er i gr - ast~rieii orefred %-i ot Noem m~me', '~-~e, fo - I~M erc Jalaudpr, the 28th,-4 inst.,eat the Y nodrrmteCuto eiay willh - b sld n he 1s'ofNoebr 1a65,l the ,. Eesn Prprylogit the Est&atethf 5 Fin*e Mu le, CATTLE,~1TT HOE, 01) es nte2s oEAf F~oDDmER, It3 HtOISHOL ANDS, ner iTCErN H UAll, nKwer LTURt cnitigo FURNITURE,' DISSOLFTIONo of Ca-ParterAdp. T E XIR -,,f ,MORR , HUK.T & co is,a 1iS da d- fissolvedby-mn-tual-consent. h e busineskin fate will be cbnducted unaer the firm of-Hu't & Br6., who. wil sedta.' Wil claims 4ganst the late-firm and-receive. all dues of the seNne. W - MORRIS, * F...

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. — 15 November 1865

The Bakid v Que vpn -a vidnight 4*eary, while. I pondered;, fiand weary - e~r- the _imbsf the febbi on, an'he:.Ig ta Were befo - bak I sat absorbed in thinking-brandy cock ils slowly drinking , Sudd saw a blinking, one-eyed figure at my Sawa one-eye, winking, b4;i. g frgure -at my cmber d hwr, - Standing there, and noting more. t Ahl I never shaH orge how in I*gang roun "I rev sh algetit, othat I looked toward that door W- I Ow a ruitrotp fgk e, a giant, only bigger, d StAdig hee, nlno eiger oe. n cru And there stood a big buck nigger, leaning up aganst My door Stoed' poweiful big bpck iiggtr,- with his. back - against my door '. ning there, and nothing more. StaIght into,the fire-place spying, where my ham. abd eggs were frying, I beheld the poker lying, near the hearth, upon the floor;. Then with most determined vigor, straight I hurled ;tat the nigger; Rut so quies was that-big nigger, that it mised and struck the floor- -. * MIased Jhie nigger's head completely, and fell harmles...

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 November 1865

-'-- .-- - ---- - .- -- - * . ~ . 7- . ~ - 4-, . - - - - -.g . - - -- -. - C--- - FO0 - - - - - is -~b~oq~ -f f -. RNIK~. -" 6Lib-I -7 NEWBERRY, S. C. WEIDNESDAY^ NOV. 22, 186 . NUMBER 48 --. -.. .- -vee - ' MI.ALMB EVERY WEDNESDAY, irry Q. L 8; R. M. QREUMEEr, D PROPMIET0RS. XifONT'S, EITU e\PROYISIONS. dAlai. bin advance.) - as$11 periare, for hr elkhe at insertion. ?neiilaRvitaiongeObituaries, Of.per omalinteret charged -LAY s(REtT, Cisoa Mouse,) ~HLESTOTNC.C N' - ARDand - LIQUORS. RECEED BY EVE 2ER 4ods selected ezpressly UPTLY ATTENDED TO. ~~4~kov 81885 8mi. LE DEALERS FTAON the9aso AbieM &o 00plt., WR0 EI L EA E OS N4AMETIC~ L *UR g ~1~o ICH teir TONmVi - Joea mdinitetheztenton 7, puela FFRSmwEICE in h PUC AE 4 ifrmaio furnshd uonET inqury o THRBR, OULE? & CO.,Aents, No.4Sate seu-tis ,) ERS - OH& WLES.R, -9------c -ac aR Fregh and Epneso' Goscn ,T. .W EERo,W .fr a . WTrs E. EDWARD S AILEY AS~FlR r~esudbsies in .the woodAE,uid ing,Ste L Sold stand,) E onMa in- tyt o...

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 November 1865

41 ~~To the Peopi,,,0" ofoeh.Carolhna, E, -ft fc W Vs Pecing to leavethe S:atC, in a few days, .fothn uncertain pe,iod, I cannot do so without 'empressing to -my fellow-citizens mytrofomUA -senssef the honor pAid to -me 4y the vote gien tne in the fccent election for Governor. - In t-turning my thians i-then foi the late sponta neous,and exraordinary ianifesEtit3n of their -kindness, it is due to them' tAIt I shotid state - the reasons .hievh induced me to decline to -be a -candiate.. In thi first place, the Convention-, which.gave the eltetiou ofGovernor to the peo 'pte, had, with. singular unanimity-though not in th.eir public capacn.y-requested,the distinguishied - eatleman who has been . ceeted to becomne a -candidate for the office. This he consented to -do, though, doubtless, at great personal itcon1ve dienceo, and a hrvy sacrifice of his private miter ests. Unier thsc eireumst-- , I was unwill i6g to do a'nytbing that might cause a political contest ht the State. I thought th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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