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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 October 1866

AME$ Ls MTFALL, WITH K. Barre & Son, DEALERS IN 'anoy and Staple DRY GOODS. Having had an experience of ten years in the Dry Goods trade, and being-thereby ac iqnainted with all the Northern markets, I. Latter myself with the idea that I can se Jeet goods with as much taste, afbd buy on as good terms, as any man in the trade, and I would most respectfully invite my friends .and cisteaers, ar I the public generally to .this -New adartUSueeted Stock ofgoods, Now :opening in >tke new and spacious StoseRoom, formel4y eceupied by R. B. Honan & Co. .In this stock can be found EVERYTHLNG USUALLY KEPT IN A FIRST- CLASS DRY GOODS STORE. Thankful for the past liberal patronage, a 'continuation of the same is solicited. Yours, very respectfully, Oct 10 2t JAS. Y. McFALL. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. NEWBERRY DISTRICT. By John T. Peterson, Ordinary of Newberry Distriet. Whereas, W. F. Nance bas applied to me for Letters of Administration, De Bbnis Non, on all and singular the goods and 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. — 10 October 1866

BAss TREATMENT OF A PooR SERPANT i,.L-A few days. ag, a family living jftst across the:river in. Illinois; were ta ken down- with the cholera, and they sent for a faithful servant girl, residing in Bremen, to come over and take care of them during their illness. The girl, im pelled by a sense of duty, left the. place were she was employed, and went over to attend the sick family, with whom she had been acquainted, at their request. The sick persons recovered, but the girl was taken sick, and the ungrateful peo ple whom she had ministered to while they were sick turned her out of doors. The girl, after wandering about without finding anybody willing to take her in, at length came across a kipd-hearted gentleman, to whom she related her sto ry. The gentleman, incensed at the treatment she had received, accompained her back to the house from which she had been driven, and threatned to prose ecute the inmates if they did not take her in and use her wellt The girl was, thereupon admitted...

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. — 17 October 1866

VOL IL . El WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1866 THE HERALD is rar.ria RYERY WY DNESDAY MOI;NING, At 1(ewberry C. I., Ey TsEOh1. a B. K: GRENRE, "TtR , It PEB AR , IN CUR NCY, OE TOVIsIONS. ia arsably ta advane. irr e Invations, ObitD +lrkes, ad sabtrvin private Fs . adverti.nents. AN ACTwm:DzC6z B2R RIowTS oF PER soft w 4a S1Avs A3D AS Ft ottt Coo. 1 Be it enieted by the Senate and louse of Representatives, now met and sittieg&i eperal Assembly, and by the aathoitybf tbe same, That all persons hitherto known in law in this State as slaves, or as free persons of color, shall have the_right to make and enforce con tracts, oasne, be sned, to be afiants, and give evidence, to inherit, to purchase, eeas,-selt, vey and assign real and persenal4pre ty, make wills and testaments, d have fill and equal benefit of the rights of personal security, personal:liberty and private property, and of all remeuies and proceedings for the eei ceentind protection of the same, as white persons now hav...

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. — 17 October 1866

NEWBERRY, S. C. L Wednesday Morning, October 17, 1868. Jefhrson Davis. The dignity, reticence and uncomplaining manner of Mr. Davis, during his long and tedious confinement, considering his ill health and peculiar nervous temperament, is an eloquent tribute to his greatness. The people of the South can invoke the blessing's of the All-Merciful upon the languishing captive. College of Charleston, S. C. It is scarcely more than necessary to an mounce that this seat of learning is open, and that the faculty embraces the following Professors. N. R. Middleton, L. L. D.; Pres ident; Rev. J. W. Miles, A. M.; Lewis R. Gibbes, M.D.; John McCrady, A. M.; F A. Porcher, A. M ; and F. S. Holmes, A. M. Terms greatly reduced-only $50 per annum. See card, in to,day's paper, for full particulars. We are pained to learn from Columbia pa pers, that our good friend Dr. R. W. Gibbes, or,is dead. He was adistinguished physician, humanitariaiand great public servant, in all causes that elevated and adorne...

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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. — 17 October 1866

IND MEDICINES. TO BE HAD FOR THE PRESENT AT MR. ROBERT STEWART'S STORE. HOaTETTERS BITT1'ERS, McLean's Strengthening Cordial, Pankuin's Hepatic Bitters, Plantatjon Bitters, . Mustang Liniment. Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Hoofland's German Bitters, Radway's Relief, Sandford's Liver Invigorator, White Castile Soap, GQdvr Oil, Concen rated LYe, - Castor Oil, Sulphur, Cream Tartar. Epsom Salt", Magnesia, Whit; Muatard Seed, Nu'megs,. Mace, Hoos, Dover's Powers, English Mustard, lThnerie,Prepared Chalk. Together with a large assortment of such articles as are generally kept in first class drug stoes. DR. SAItPSON POPE, Newberry, Oct 17 tf Agent. To the Public. The akilion Hotid, s% long and ably cons dc by the late ~H. -L. Butterfield, will atil be kept open for the accommodation of the TraveUliig Pable.. And its former friends and patrons will find the usual acs comnodaons and attentions bestowed, on them as ime au$ thi?ublti favors, al, ready sowell Itbised athe Hotel of the Traven Merch...

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. — 17 October 1866

A Pa ?Wrass.-t;av oui pur chesed any intoxicating liquor of The 'de fendant ?" inquiredthe constble. "Not th4 1 remember " replied the witness, coolly. "Have you obtained any.at his store ?" "Not that I remember, ' "Will you try and recollect? Bear in mind that you are tinder oath." "I am trying." A pause. "Well witness, what do you say now ?" continued the official presently. "I haven't made any discoveries asyet." "Have you not, within a week, told persons that you bought liquor of defend. ant ?" "Not that I remember." "Did you not tell me yesterday that you bought spirits of defendant ?" "Yes, sir." "You did ! Ah I Well, sir when you told me that, did you lieor tell the truth ?" "I told the truth." "Well, sir, then you have bought spirits of defendant?" "Yes sir." "What did you mean by swearing you could not remember ?" "I meant that I could not." "Your memory returned amazingly quick. Did you pay defendant for the spirits you bought of him. ?" "Yes, sir." "How much ?" "Twenty-fi...

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. — 24 October 1866

IIA FTIIEu: DOLL.ARS A 1 FF 'F: I 9 INVUABLY IN ADVANCE. V()L. II. WE NESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1866. NO. 43. THE HERALD IS PUBLISrIFD EVERY WED.NESDAYI MOUNING, At Newberry C. II., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, I'S 3 PEI ANNUM. IN -II::N( , U 1'RuVISIONS. I'aymeu! required invariably tM avauc . , Marri'ge 'etices. Funeral ivitation., obitu aries, land Communicati<ns subser\iIg jrvate interests, are charged as adverti:-ements. For the Newberry Herald. THE SENTINEL. Far In advanc ' of companions and friends, A sentinel watt hed on his dreary post, The earth was covered with darkness and gloorr. The fourth relief had been there and was gone, Leaving him sad and alone. For an hour or more he had stood at his post, Peering out throngh the dark. with vigilaut eye. His ear all alert, to catch the first sound Of an approach from the legions beyond, Then covering miles of ground. But all remained still, and quiet as death, In accord with the gloom that prevailed, And he turned his ...

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. — 24 October 1866

A Tt; to Newbery. The other day we took a trip to the 'Town of Newberry, and from thence, an excursion into the tunous region once Tamillaly known by the euphonious name of Mollyhorn. Yc::s ag', there was a young lady, a native of this part of the country, of great beauty and in telligence, who was distinguished by the appropriate title of -the Rose of Molly horn. We had the pleasure of a passing visit tab the hospitable mansion of the lady in question, now a blooming matron, the wife of one of the most prominent and honored sons of Newherry. The crops in this District are generally "cut short" by the Summer's drought. There will be cotton enough made, how ever, to bring, at the present high prices, a good deal of cash into the coantry. Very few will make a supply of corn. The negro population of the District is still much more nutnerons than the whites, but it is stated that the number has been reduced in the last year or twb,byemigraticn and increased mortali ty. about two thousan...

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. — 24 October 1866

DAN CASTEL LO'S NCT S 0 Trained Wild Animals! FORMING A Model and Moral Exhibition! - r LOOK OUT FOR The Grand Procession, KNIGHTS IN REAL ARMOR, LADIES IN REGAL ROBES, QUEEN'S CARRIAGE OF STATE ! THE MOUNTED ZOUAVES! THE CORNET BAND! GOLDEN CHARIOT, Horses, Ponies and Mules, Will be prominently seen and admired, But the .2 Novel Feature W ill be Let Loose in the Streets ! Taken fromt its cage by the intrepid / HERR LENGELL, Walked over a Platform and placed upon a *Car, and Carried in Triumph. The GOLDEN CAR of ORPHEUS, Containing Eckhiart's Silver Cornet Band! A Street Parade ! Georgeous to an.Extreme ! Unmistakablv indicative of the Strength and Reso-nrees of Dan Castello's GREAT SHOW Newberry, Friday, November 2nd, ADMISSION - --- - - -. 75 CENTS Children under 12 Years of Age, 30 cents. Separate Seats reserved for colored persons, 30 cents. The e r. in ann1oncing the (conunencement of the Second An nual So; een Tour of Dan CastllIo's Gr'eat Show. is pleased to be enabled to pre...

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. — 24 October 1866

JEFFERSON DAVIS. W, have publishd the accounts Of many interviews wi 1 x-Presi (lent D lavi, but the following il'1i George D. Prentice, oditor of the Louisville Journal. whih hli Ie pub lishes in bis paper, of the 5th in st., will be found ligh1y interest iin. just at this time: In the course of an in1teirview that we had with Jefi. Davis. iin January, 1 85. the suijeet of the terms of peac, wa i ntrodu:ed. _1' e. Davis asked us what was the chiet obje(ti)n of t b Nort h to th1e 1'eni)-ciltionl of Southern indepen - dence. We ;iswered that the North kntew piefe cty wcII as un! gLue'stioniably h, (id, that if sEic should lav down h.: aim .nd cun :ent to a (liv!'Ii1 n of the Unilni Iinto two conedriia'ies. he iersjlf wouI(l very soo he dis ed: I ht State after Sute--i:1 < inly and States coineI icd lv-would se cede, andi the wilie North be t:plit up into pet y powers. or no powers. all of them contemptible in the eyes of mankind. and not one of t hen willing or able to con tribute...

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. — 31 October 1866

THREE DOLLARS A YEAl;] FOR THE DISSEMINITION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1866. NO. 4 THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERMS, Y3 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitationa,' Obitu aries, land Communications subserving private Iuterests, are charged as advertisements. SPEECH OF GEi. WADE H.AMPTON, Delivered before the ' S1lier8' A .eo ciation," at Wailhalla, South Coro lina, September 22, 186. Fellow-Cit':cns and Brother Sil diers of Pickens :-In res ples to your kind invitation to join you to-day, I have come to partieipate in the grateful ceremonies of this occasion. It affords me great sat isfaction. I assure vou, to do so, because it is so eminently fit and proper that every survivin Sol dier of the South should, at all times and everywhere, Pay al pos sible respect to the memory 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. — 31 October 1866

The essential points then, in the poicy we sbould pursue, are, it appears to me, these: That we should fulfill all the oh. hgations we have entered into, to the letter, keeping our faith so clear that no shadow cf dishonor can fall on us ; that *eShoild sustain Mr. Johnston cordia]v - in his policy, giving our support to that party which rallies around him; that we . - faboutld yield full obedience to the laws of the land, reserving to ourselves at the -same time,.the inalienable right of free -dom of speech and of opinion; and that, as to the great question which so mate rially affected our interests, the abolition - -of slavery, we should declare it settled orever. Pursue this course steadily; beer with patience and dignity those eTils which are pressing heavily on you. Commit yourselves to the guidance of God, and whatever may be your fate you will be able to face the future with V out self-repreach. Brother-soldiers of Pickens : The . rateful task your kindness imposed on me is ...

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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. — 31 October 1866

DTAN CASTLO's AND Trained Wild Animals! FORMING A Model and Moral Exhibition! LOOK OUT FOR The Grand Procession, KNIGHTS IN REAL ARMOR, LADIES IN REGAL ROBES, QUEEN'S CARRIAGE OF STATE! THE MOUNTED ZOUAVES! THE CORNET BAND! ~ GOLDEN CHARIOT, Horses, ronies nd Mules, Will be prominently seen and admired, But the Novel Feature Will be - eTHE LIVE LION Let Loose in the Streets ! Taken from its cage by the intrepid HERR LEN GELL, Walked over a Platform and placed upon a Car, and Carried in Triumph. The GOLDEN CAR of ORPHEUS, Containing Eckhiart's Silver Cornet Band! A Street Parade ! Geoigeous to an Extreme ! Unmistakably indicative of the Strength and Resources of Dan C'astello's GREAT SHOW Newberry, Friday, November 2nd, ADMISSION --------75 CENTS Children under 12 Years of Age, 50 cents. Separate Seats reserved for colored persons. 50 cents. The manager, in annonneing~ the comnmencement of the Second( An nual Southern Tour of Dan Castello's Great Show, is pleased to be enabled to pre...

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. — 31 October 1866

THE EDUCATION OF GIRLS. We have very briefly alluded to the subject of Education in gene rat, and that of boys in particular. -A few remarks in reference to the Education of Girls may not be out of place. If there is error in the system of education for boys in this country, there is much more in that of girls. They are taught only such branches as fit them for a gay and frivolous society-as fill -them with pride and vanity-an imperfect idea of the English lan guage, a false system ofmusie, and a little fancy work. With some, the same crowding process, as with the boys, is adopted, and they are taught a multitude of things which are of no particular value to them whatever. We do not propose to shut up the young ladies in hot houses, or steam them over cooking stoves, or subject them to long, dull ser mons day after day ; but we sug gest the adoption of a system that - will eradicate all false pride, that will fit them for the duties of the household, that will prepare theni for the ...

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. — 7 November 1866

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE, [INvARIABLY IN A9VANCE. VOL. II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1866. NO.45. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. I., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, TERMS, $8 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Ptyment required invariably in advance. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitationr, Obitu aries, and Communications subserving private tateresta, are charged as advertisements. THE EDUCATION NEEDED NOW. The following admirable article we find in an exchange, credited to a New Orleans paper. We commend it to the careful consid eration of our readers: The people of our State are in a like predicament with the man who had the house destroyed from ever his heaJ. We have to re build a home for ourselves and families. The old home was a mighty comfortable one. Its low, hipped roof, large airy rooms and extensive pilastered porticoes, gave it a quaint, and yet comfort able appearance, as well as reality...

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. — 7 November 1866

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wedneday Morning, November 7, 1866. Look out for the N mark; it signifies that the paid time of the Subscriber receiving it has expired. Advertisers are respectfully informed that their favors must be banded in by 12 o'clock on Tuesday of each week, to insure insertion. Post masters are requested to act as Agents for the Herald for which we will allow the usual commission. The press upon our columns for adver tising space excludes a variety of inter esting mntter. SALE DAT.-Town was crowded Mon day last. Land, Furniture, horses, mules, and a thousand so forths were sold. A great deal of land was disposed of at excellent prices. One tract brought something over sixteen dollars per acie, in gold. Who'll beat that ? DAN CASTELLO'S CiRcis drew an im mense concourse of people to town last Friday. The troupe is well appoint ed. And the performances generally, were very creditable. Dan is said to be a Tennesseean by birth. His affection for the South during her struggles br...

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. — 7 November 1866

WHOLESALE DRY 110111S HOUSE. De wholesale Dry Goods Business heretofore coaducted in the name of JOHN G. MILNOR & CO., Will hereafter be carried on in the name of Ml or, Wilber & Martin, 1? THE OLD STAND, 135 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, S. C. Our house is now in receipt of a full and desirable stock of FaLcy and Domestic Dry Goods, and we would invite our old friends and the trade generally to an exumination of our stock. FACTORS AND PLANTERS Will find it to their interest to examine our stock, as we are prepared to give tnem every facility in our line to enable them to fll their orders and lay in their supplies. Orders carefully and promptly filled. Mr. WM. C. SMALL, late of the firm of CHAMBERLAIN, MILER & CO., is with us and would be pleased if his friends wNill give him a call. N. B.-Messrs. NAYLER, SMITH & Co's Office can be found at our store [up sruirs.] JOHN G. MIl.NOR, T. A. WILBER, nov 7 Sm J. J. MARTIN. Providence Company's CONCENTRATED Cotton and Corn FER...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 November 1866

3 ETE0,. TuE EXPECTED SHowFi-INm:RL EsTING SCIENTIFIC M':CiLArTw0s. Professor Ferguson of the Nation al Observatory in Washington, i. making arrangements to take scientitie observations on the ex pected meteoric di:splay which will come off during the present month. The subject of meteors and shooting stars has engag,ed the at tention of eminent astronotm. rs within the last century to a great er extent than ever before among them Professors Olmstead. Twi ning and N ewton have written valuable papers in connection with it. The appearance of shooting stars is quite common, but in the months of August and November of each year they are seen in great er nunbers, generalli about the 10th of August and the 12th ot November. The great meteoric shower of 1799 seems to have drawn the attention of astrono mers more particularly to this sub ject, aru d from that time to the re currence of the meteoric showers of 1833, and up to the present day, they have been endeavoring to re fer the differe...

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. — 14 November 1866

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL.1II. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1866. NO. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED ENERY WEDNESDAY MOR NING, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & B. H. GBENE%E, TERMS, 68 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitatione, Obitu aries, and Communications subserving private Inaterests, are charged as advertisements. [For the Herald.] MACHINE POETRY. GBOUVD OUT BY A MAN WHO HAD A "CHILL A'D FEVEE." Vke up z Are quickly my dear, I'm about to have a chill; h feel It coming in fingers and toes, Tingling here and there as it goes, E'n now, in 'he very end of my nose Oh! what a terrible thrill. Phew! was there ever such a disease, To contract our muscles and liver; It curdles the blood, and frizzles your hair, -Makes one blue, who before was fair, Tho' drawn to the fire ever so near Oh! don't it make you shiver. Comforts and blankets, hot-wa...

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. — 14 November 1866

The Tomb of Sidney Johnston. "Town Talk," of the New Orleans Times, gives us the following. The epitaph is indeed rarely beautiful and appropriate. It says :-"A lady cor respondent, in a recent stroll through the St. Louis Cemetery, in this city, visited the grave of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnstcn, and found a written epitaph phsted upon a rough board attached to the tomb. In her note to T. T., our fair correspondent says she was affected to tears upon reading it, and took the trouble to copy it, verbatim. She begs us to find out the author, and she should be grati fLed in that desire ifit were possible for T. T., to do so. Here is the beautiful epitaph: IN MEMORIAIT. Behind this stone is laid, For a season, ALBERT SIDNEY JOBNSTON, A General in the Army of the Confederate States, Who fell st Shiloh, Tennessee, On the sixth cay of April, A, D.,eighteen hundred ,.nd sixty-two. A man tried in many high offices And critical enterprises, 'And found faithful in all. His life was one long sac...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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