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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 January 1867

For the Haldkerehief. Night Blooming Cereus, Penny's Egyptian Lotus, Sweet Opoponax, Ext. Pond Lily. For sale by S. POPE, M. D., Agt. deo 19 51 St FOR THE HAIR. S- ,ine, Clock' Hair Restorer, Tricopherus, Batchelor's Dye. For sale by S. POPE, 11. D., Agt. dee 19 51 3t Notice. A meeting of the Commissioners of Poor, for Newberry District will be held at the Poor House, on Saturday the 29th day of L'ecember inst., at which time a Steward or keeper, to take charge of the place for the aext year, (1867,) will be elected. Applicants will be required to make their application in writing on or before that day. The Secretary will receive proposals pre elou to that day, and on thrt day can be made to the board. By order Com's of ?eor for Newberry District. JOHN COATE, Sec'tv Board Coin's Poor. Dc. 19, 1866. 51 2t. Notice. All persons indebted to the Estate of Jane T. Wilson, )ec'd., are hereby notified that payment must be made on or before the first of February nest. All persons kaing deman...

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. — 2 January 1867

A LociK OF HAIR.-Few things in this weary world are so de lightful as keepsakes. Nor do they ever, to the heart at least, nor to our eye, lose their tender, their powerful charm. How slight. how small, how tiny a memorial aaves a beloved one from oblivion, worn on the finger or close to the Leart, especially, if they be dead. No thought is so insupportable as that of entire, total, blank tiget fulness: when the creatures that once laughed, and sang and wept to us, close to our side, or in our very arms, is as if her smile, her voice, her tears, her kisse:, had never, been. She and them all swallowed up in the dark nothing ness of the dust. Of all the keepsakes, memorial, relies, most dearly, most devotedly do we love a little lock of hair. And oh, when the head it beauti $od has long mouldered in the dust, how spiritual seems the un dying glossiness of the sole re maining ringlet. All else gone to nothing, save and except that soft, smooth,burnished and glorious fragment. of the app...

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. — 9 January 1867

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOI TIIE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE, [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9,1867. NO. 2. NEWBERRY HERALD OFFICE_ (1der 'iIl5 .( writht cat i5 alldi r5pcttfI.tl Terms Cash, on Delivery. T. F. & R. H. Greneker. Counting House Calender. -'t-z Jan... .....1.. 4 5 July.... 1 ) 3 4 5 G 6 7 S 9 10 11 127 9 10 11 12 1" - 13 14 15 1 1 19 14 15 16 171 19 2" 20' 2 23 '4 25 2d 212223 2 2 217 F eb .. 30 1 . . A 2 :... :... . .1 3'4 5 9 :4 5'6T 8 910 10 1 1 1 14 15'16 11 12'13'14 15.16 17 17 18 19 2 2' 9'3 1 19 2'0 21 22 23 24 . 24 25 26 7i 2K.. 25 "_'7 28 29 30 31 Mar. . 3 4' 5 6 7 8 ' Sepit.. 1 2 :3 4; 5 7' 10 1111 1 3 14 1: '1 8 9 1t 11 12 13 14 ( 17' 1 19 20 "1 22 23 13161718 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 28 29 3t 12'} 29 '4 23 26 27 28 31 . ..'.--......2 4 April.. 1 2 3 4 5 lOc t.... . 1 2 3 4 5 i7 8 9 1111 2 1:3 t S 8 9 10 11 12 14115 1G:1 1 1) 2 13 14 15 1G 17 119 21122 23 24:25 26 27: '221 22 23 24 25.26 282930 . - .. .w . 9 30 31'. 41. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 January 1867

DIXIE. Created by a nation's glee. With jest and song and revelry, We sang it in our early pride Throughout our Southern borders wide, While from ten thousand throats rang out A promise in one glorious shout "To live or die for Dixie 1" How well that promise was redeemed Is witnessed by each field where gleamed Victorious-like the crest of Mars The Banner of the Stars and Bars! The cannons lay our warriors low We fill the ranks and onward go "To live or die for Dixie!" To die for Dixie!-Oh, how blest Are those who early went to rest, Nor knew the future's awful store, But deemed the cause they fought for sure As heaven itself, and so laid down The cross of earth for glory's crown, And nobly died for Dixie. To live for Dixic--harder part! To stay the hand-to still tbe heart To stay the lips-enshroud the past To have no future-all o'er Cast To knit life's broken threads again, And keep her mem'ry pure from stain This is to live for Dixie. Beloved Land! beloved song. Your thrilling pow...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 January 1867

jMiVAL. Da. S. G. WELCI has recently located at the place formerly owned, by Mr. Sam'l W. Spearman, on the Higgin's Ferry road, five miles from Newberry C. H., and proposes to ractice his profession only upon the follow terms in cash, viz: isit and Prescription $2.00 MiMge (day) 50 " (night) 1 00 Midwifery 25.00 If it be impossible to comply with the above terms, a note will be received, as soon as a case is dismissed, payable in six months with 25 per cent interest from date. Jan. 92 2t. TE1M MILL FOR SILES I offer for sale a very excellent Steam Saw and Grist Mill, in good running order. It is situated im mediately on the Greenville and Columbia Railroad, 12 miles above the town of New berry. Its favorable situation makes it easy of transportation to any point the purchaser may desire. This mill can be bought on very reasonable terms by ap plying to TIIOS. A. FLOYD, Jan 9 2 3 Silver Street. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! WARNING IN TIME ! I AM COMPELLED through actual ne .cessity to call on ev...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 January 1867

Ihe Nhdrry Hrad ENLARGED l DaIMPROVED. JANUARY, 1l.7 Coamencement of a New 1el ! SUBSCRIBE Now ! For Your District [Paper WHICH CONTAINS UESIDES TLE GENERAL NE WS or THE DA Y, [Political and 3Iisce;laneous, All the LOCA.L -ETi'S n1 tbe Distrct, XI I , "; T., POETRY, TALES. &c. tWPbIiahers'sim to'make this volume more attractive and acceptable as a Family Fireside Conipaniun, TMe eRer,jand will spare nether labor nor ex w i maktg it altogethcr worthy of support. Make up your Clubs at Ooc ! TERMS I Copy three months, $1 six : 2 " oneyear, 3 $ Coples, and one to getter up of Club, 15 T. F. : R. H. GPENEKER, Editors and Publishers. &N ACTS FOR THE ENCORAGEMENT AND' PROTECTION OF EURoPEAN IMMIGRATION, AND FOR TH E AP POINTMENT OF A COMIISSIONER AND AGENTS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOsES THEREIN EXPRESSED. Be it enacted by the, Senate and Mouse of Reprse;ntat%:es of the State of South Caroom'. %n Gcnv -al Assembly, and by the authoriy of the same SECTION 1. That for the purpose of encoura...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 January 1867

r THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [IvAnuBLY IN ADVANCE VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, J THE HERALl IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENKR, TERMS, 04 FER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Farls notices, Funeral Tavitation', Obitt SCommunioations subserving privaste t, are charged as advertisements. The Newberry HeraId, ENLARGED AND IMPROVED. JANUARY, 1S67, Commencement of a New Volume! SUBSCRIBE NOW ! For Your District Paper !! WHICH CONTAINS BESIDES THE GENERAL NEWS of TIIE DAY, [Poltical and Miscellaneous, Al the LOCAL NEWS of the District, MAR KETS. POETRY, TALES, &c. Tr Publlbers;aim to make this volume more attractive and acceptable as a Family Fireside Companion, Thaa everjand will spare neither labor nor ex pens in making it altogether worthy of support. Make up Cur{ubs at OicU, TERMS : I Copy three months, $1 " six : :: 2 " oneyear, : : : 3 8 Copies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 January 1867

For the Hera'd. FOREIGN IMMI6RiTION. MESSRS. EDITOs :-I hand you for publication the following letters, show ing what can be done if energy is used in the procuring of immig;rants from Eu rope. The occasion of this correspon dence is this. On my way to Florida last month I met Mr. M1rriman on the train to Charleston, and the conversation turning upon the condition of the country and the sub ject of labor, he mentioned to me the letter he had received from the Rev. Mr. White, Zurich, Switzer land, and spoke of p'iblishing it. On re turning home I had not heard any thing of Mr. White's letter to Mr. Merriman, and I wrote to him in relation to it. The letter No. 1., is the letter ad dressed to me by Mr. Merriman, in reply to mine. Letter No. 2., is the letter of Mr. Merriman to Rev. B. F. White, and letter Mo. 3., is from Rev. Mr. White to Mr. Merriman, giving information upon what terms laborers can be procured, of what character the persons will be, and how they xill come recommended...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 January 1867

GARDE N SEEDS, FRESH 1'D GEMINE, For sale cheap, at PRATT'S Drug Store. jan 16 3 >t C, H. KINGSMORE Is still at the old stand, Prepared to Take Ambrotypes & Photographs. And Paint Cabinet & Lite size Portraits, From Life or any kind of Picture. He will visit the country or a neighboring town to paint Portraits. A cloudy day as good as any. Jan 16 $75 SCHOLARSHIP For Sale. IN the Philadelphia University of Medi cine and Surgery. ro a young man of limited means, desirous of entering this University and securing the advantages which a Scholarship will entitle him to, an offer-is now made which will not occur again. Apply at the Herald Ofee. Dec. 19-tf. Mapes' Nitrogenized Super Phosphate OF LIME, KINSMAN & HOWELL $ole Agents in the State of South Carolina, No. 153 East Bay, CHARLESTON, S. C. RBrKRScSs :-Jas. Adger & Co., Greaser a Smith, Mowry & Co., J. & J. :. Kirk patrick, J. H. Baggett & Co., Wn. Walton Smitb, Geo. A. Locke & Co. TO THE IJONFDERIIE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 January 1867

('irc'ula; of t e Hollt ?-oo,d Memorial ' ::aar AsNcciation. 1 : "h a' isQ ) . 1 v~ 11 ( :1., in t eblrua::ry next. or)l" the pIurpn s o Sti rin full Lnds to enlale t he t t' i''V in there deal. It ed sIl ieis of thr w l e:ell ot ile. 1te woaeverate States, ewith 31arr hmd,l slo(:ild be represenltedl inl this baizaar. :ls the Ass ociation is inl-} terestedi equnalyv in all the decea - ed sold'iers of thle South,? froml wvhatever ,State they may have co me, who are buried at holly wood. An a gennt or agents will be ap pointed in each State. who will nlotliv the public" of that State of their reiadiness to receive contri butions"of m:oner, or of articles that mav be disposed of at the ha faa'. It is hoped that in this under tAking, which appeals a0 touc'h fngIy to the ladies of the South, and those who sympathize with them. there will be manifested a becoming enthusiasm, and that ihe bazaar will illustrate how no Lly these States can enulate each other in love and good works on this o...

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. — 23 January 1867

THIEE 1)OLLARs A YEAR,] FOR TIlE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE [INAIULIx AnvANCE. VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23 1867. NO. 4. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. II., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENERER, IiCRiS, 83 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Marriage notices. Funeral Invitations, Obitu &, ani Communications subserving private teste, are charged as advertisemevts. Remarks of lIon. E. S. Keitt, livered in the House of kepresenta tives of South (arolima, on Ted needay, Decemb4er 19. ni the fullotring p read>t le' a&i t .rti tn introduced !>U hime i t o u e byWhereas. the changedl condiiG )n of our country. produced by the late war, iS s0 great as to re(i:re corresponding ciaILes in1 the Organie law. before the entire system of Govermiieint can be worked in harnnv : and wXh('reas, the pe,)ple of South Carolia are anxiolus that anmicable relat i n1s should h1e rest ore<1. as earl...

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. — 23 January 1867

For the Herald. Trip to Florida. Having tecently been absent from home on business, in the State of Florida, I have thought it might be of interest to some of your readers to know what is doing in other portions cf the South, as well as what is transpiring at home. When I have occasion to speak of my self, I might as well use the drst preson singular as any other epithet, and thus I shall do when I speak of myself. Before going on board the Dictator, I spent a day in the good old city of Char loston. She sits like the Queen city of the South, magnifcent in the midst of the disastrous effects of the terrific strug gle of arms which has recently terini nated. There are some signs of return ittg prosperity ; and every well w:her of the South sincerely wishes her success It is manifest that there must be energy and activity combined to restore the ru ined fortunes of any people. This is so obvious that it is only necessary to men tion it, to satisfy any one who has doub:s as to the nece...

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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. — 23 January 1867

WM. F. NA.NCE, Cotton Broker, Banking and COMMISSION AGENT, Newberry, S. C., 01ICE IN I'EAR OF GRIERSON'S DRUG STORE, Advances oa Cotton to reliable houses in Charleston, S. C., New York and Liverpool. Exchange on Charleston and New York in sums as wanted. Jan. 23-4-tf. Notice. ALL persons indebted to the Estate of JOHN C. CHALMERS, dec'd, are hereby notified that if payment is not made before return day, they will be sued. All persons having demands ag;inst said Estate wi? render them in to the subscriber on or before the first day of March next. E. P. CH ALMERS, Jan. 15, 4-3t , Admu'r. HAN NESS SADDLES,&C. 1e stbscriber would respectfully inform liis frier.ds, and the publie generally that he ihas opened a complete Saddlery and Harness ESTABLISHMENT, At BLEASE'S OLD STAND, * 9VER THE TIN SHOP, Where be willi keep constantly on hand, Saddles and Harness of every description. ALSO REPAIRING done with Neatness and Despatch. TERMS CASH, at ;noderate and popuiaL prices. jan 16 3 ly...

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. — 23 January 1867

AN ACT TO ALTER AND AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT TO LEND TIHE NAME AND CREDIT OF THE STATE TO TtIr GREENVILLE AND COLIIIA RAILRoA) COMPANY, IN' THE RE-ADJUST1ENT OF THEIR DEBT." 1. Be x enadced by the Senate nnd House of Representatives. now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That an Act entitled "An Act to lend the name and credit of the State to the Green ville and Columbia Railroad Com pany, in the re-adjustment of their debt," ratified on the twenty eighth day-of January, A. D., one thousand eight hundred and sixty one, be, and the same is hereby altered, amended and extended as follows: That to meet the objec ti. that the bonds which have been heretofore issued and endor sed under the authority of the said Act, bear date after the com mencement of the late war, aad ae entitkd tConfeder1,te States of America," the said Company is hereby authorized and empowered to issue new bonds, to be substitu ted for those already issued and vndorsed, to 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. — 30 January 1867

THREE -DOLLARS A YEAR.] FOR THE DISSEMIINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARUBLY N ADVAYCE. VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30 1867. NO. 5. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERMS, s& LE1t ANNU3, IN CURRENCY, OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Xarriage notices, Funeral Invitations, Obitu .ss t Communications subserving private I?n.s, are charged as advertisemncuts. The Appropriation Act. The following is the Appropria tion Act passed by the Legislature of South Carolina at its recent Sitting: The following sums are appro priated for the pa-ment of the various officers and expenses of the StatQ Government : For the salarv of the Governor. 3.5011: Priv te Secretary oft he Governir, 81,!00; 3{essenger of the Gov ernor; 100; c"ontingent ft.d of theExecutive )epartmient.,25.000, subject to the draft of the Gover nor, and to be acecunlited fur an nually to the Legislature for rent o#*overnor'...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 January 1867

The following well-timed remarks were extracted from the Greenville Enterprise: It so happens that most of the news papers of South Cacolina, with many excellencies, are yet in all that relates to State improvement, mere fossils of the past. They are fully alive to the discus sion of the Radicals, and leave untouched and unq-sestioned the most practically oppressive and ruinous laws of their own State,and leave unrebuked the laws which oppress and beggar them, their wives and children, and drive them from the State, or keep them here to be arrested and imprisoned for debts, or to give bail, endangering their friends and cramping themselves for twenty years' time to come. Not a paper in Charleston even utters a sentiment adverse to imprison ment for debt; yet they wish to see their city prosper, so do we all. Let them learn a lesson from New York ; they know something of what conduces to commercial prosperity, and of what makes a people and cities prosperous in money matters, in popu...

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. — 30 January 1867

WM. F. NAN CE Colon Brokr, BaokiA aod COMMISSION AGENT, Newberry, S. C., o"1Cix ms.a Oa GUSEE8ON'S DRUG STORE Advances on Cotton to reliable houses it Charleston, S. C., New York and Liverpool. Exchange on Charleston and New York in sums as wanted. Jan. 23-4-tf. Notice. ALL persons indebted to the Estate of JOHN C. CHALMERS, dec'd, are hereby aotified that if payment-is not made before return day, they will be sued. All persons having demands against said Estate will render them in to the subscriber on-or before the first day of March next. E. P. CHALMERS, Jan. 15, 4-3t. Adn'r. EAR NESS SADDLES, &C. The subscriber would respectfully inform his friends, and the public generally that he has opened a complete Saddlery and Harness ESTABLISHMENT, At BLEASE'S OLD STAND, .OVER THE TIN SHOP, be will keep constantly on band, l and Harness of every description. A,SO 3W13ING dOene with Neatness aid Despatch. 4EM CASH, at noderate and popular jan16 3 J. BOYi E, Agent. TEN. L2 BARRELS SOUR C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 January 1867

A JErv I LsRHoaa -Ra FFINDS A PAIR OF Bob's.-One of the lit tle episodes in life occurred nigLt before last that should be a lesson to all jealozi gbands. jhere is a family img in one of, the best located_hoises in South Memphis, whose worldr means are above the fear of want. The wife is one of those generous hearted women who loves her husband with all the devotion of a true heart but her lord is one of those mixtures of the brute, with an occasional good trait. Hc, - however, loves his better-half, but allows his love to be lost in.his jealonsy. The Ia dy has been in .the habit of meet ing his lordship at the door each evening with a welcome kiss. It so happens, that for over a month the green-eyed monster has inter rupted their- domestic bliss, al though the faithful wife never miss?d meeting her husband at the door with the usual greeting of a kiss. On Friday ught, however, the brute, went home later than usual-something near ten.q 'clock, and the wife had retired. Not meeting h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 February 1867

- . . j . t ". p - .- ,+ A. . a V.A-R-l- - - - ---- - . -. -- t 7 -..;7. - - .t- - . - -&a -- - p 5 yp , FOR THE DISSEMITION OF USEFUL IN WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1,6 . tL unna non Obita pt4 w~~ai w~n * .'. - agi .4 bi - aend shapy isdeserio Je ste 1f wo,s. . ~hos ~~ . owerwhih pope silet4# p -8e ret power .I ~&Iig~of' he hear' W~b~Z~ such feelings, societ 10.u14 eitertand stil or rush 01 ci t6M e1Sw0 I. Nowber ~k~74~yfeelings a 38 utro au inothis charme .is6e whe tb lig*ner mindi unet. umaeantihin; this is the fne not only because the mind is then Imost sensitive but also . because there are no adverse infuences to erase the impressions made. AJI who have had to do with man, in enlightning the understanding, controHing the emotions, or do termining the will, know some thing of the imiportanee of bLaving the mind free from eounteracting agenei&s; thisis precisely our ametal contotien when placed u de 'domestie i ence. The r.s of intelleet ro the but argtto be -quieke$e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 February 1867

A correspondent of the New York Times says this great work, w.bc-was prcjected manyears ago is being pushed teadily forward, and will be running, before many months, to the foot of the North Carolina mountain. This road opens up for Knoxville the rich Cotton lands of the Little Tennessee, and the mineral wealth of Smoky Mountain, and will, when completed to the sea board, pour them into the lap of Char leston. By the construction of a road from Augusta to the Blue Ridge, via the Savannah valley, and a connection, from Augusta with Port Royal the great West will find the shortest route to the sea, and Augusta become a great depot for Western produc's, from which shippers at Savannah, Port Royai, and .Charles ton will make up their cargoes. The completion of this work is only a matter of time. The scarcity of money at presents forbids any material aid to the enterprise from this section-; but two o three good crop years will give us means- for the prosecution of the work. when, we can...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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