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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 April 1867

New Goods AT 7 WHOLESALE DR YE BANCROFT'S OLD We would call Special A Planters to our large and well selected Stock of are offaring at the Lowest Market Prices. Our Stocks are constantly replenished b aPiattarns of the Season. We keep always on band Fall Lines of D Advance on Agents' prices, for CASH or CITY We also offer at Retail, the Largest Stock I X. B.-Samples, with Price Lists, sent (fr Refers to.City Advertisements. for prices. All Orders will be promptly- attended to. Sto April 17' Corn! Oats! Flour! 4000- Brshels Prime White Corn, 10 Bbis Flour, W0 Bushels Oats. " - TO ARRIVE. 10 Hbds Bacon clear Sides, 2000 Bushels Yellow Gorn, For sate by BRCWNE & SCHIRMER, mar20 2m Main st., Columbia. MHING osmc PEOPLE. n these tines of scarcity, -e meH to.1now where to get the. necessa > s oFl, ogfair terma,;and to know *hat yie getti g. To this Cnd,-Wrtg &{ " (~Ppock woaid ittbrv f All the People ttat=they have now in store -A very large stock of Men's Youths' and Boys' pri...

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 April 1867

TO CHARLIE. BY T. P. S. 'ime has away, dear Charlie, 4tRr bl~ow - O?erthe lMof."OI Saluda, Whers-weramebtedyeorsago; When the.sauny days of boyhood - like unmmer elous alona, a .and the wildwood, -'ei with our merry song; VEbSvweVs'd to ma foot-races O'rne d. and meadandhi, And angl'd in the shallow places For little sehee in the rill. " - 4 Swiltly thro' my mind, "Dear Charlie," . ~ Fly th farty yeamrs go; -J tkea f,y's ou, With fts evanescent glow; s " When our 3outhful bearts were beating To a lovig music chime; And the thrill ofgushing gladness, Spr-QXJ&gp we knew not how; h aught ofsadness ; ing sunshine o'er the brow. ten do I think, "Dear Charlie," Of the loveiy, bushy-bank; SOfthe crimson little oluster did.the rushesiong and dark s: Where, wbene'er we went a:netting, We.woufd sestateveitide, On tbrocky ledge, jutti. TmA the bo ky dingle side. W theswalo on the wing, dthe equirrel- on a bough; And listen to the farm boy As be whist'ld at the plougb. tenado I think, "Dear...

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 April 1867

THREE DOLLARS YE.R] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE, [IvAIIABLY N ADVACE. VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 4 1867. NO. 17. THE HERALD IS PUBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY I010-NING, At NewberrN C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERMS, S3 PER. ANNUM. IN CURRENCY Or PROvISIONS. Payment required invariably in adv ance. Marriage notices, Funeral tnvitation-, Obitu ariem, and Communications subserving private interests, are charged as advertisements. Wm. H. WEBB, Of Newberry C. H., So. Ca., WITH ZRA, ILilIIII & tO Staple and Fancy DRY 0DDDS, Nos. 80 and 82 Leonard-st., (West of Brotdway,) New York. The subscriber would statc that his co nection with the above house cnobleC him to sell his gooJs at a considerabie rcLuctiot: "helow present market price.s. January T W:. IL W. WM.J F. NANCE Uouor 8rokor, BaBkiri 98,d COMMISSION AGENT, Newberry, S. C., OFFICE :" IEAR OF GRIERSON'S DRUG STORE. Adv:a:ces on Co'ton to reli:,hic bou:s in 'Char!eston, S. C , New York and Li er:oo...

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 April 1867

Qen. Wagene's Addres3, Delivered in Charleston la.t Tuezday night, on the subject of Immigration, was realy a splendid effort. The General be gan with a sketch of the history of South Carolina, her geography, including soil, climate, rivers, forests, etc., productions, sanitary condition, government, schools, churches, railroads, waterpower, and va ried resources. generally. The remarks were in good taste, vigorous well-timed, and deserved. We regret our inability to publish the address entire, owing to its length, and our want of space, and can therefore only append an extract or two : The immense superiority of South Carolina over almost every other State in the Union as an agricultural country, consists in this, that whilst she can grow the great staples of Cotton, rice, tobacco, and sugar with profit-especially the un equalled long staple Sea Island Cotton, and the valuable long grained rice of the Santee and Pee Dee-her climate and soil are equally adapted to produce every grai...

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 April 1867

Head Quarters, DISTRICT No. 2. General Order No. 1. Having just received a large ttocb of Fancy and Staple DRY , Bought at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. And having Reduced the prices of Stock before on hand, The public aro respectfully invited to an ex amination before purchasing elsewhere. G. D. SMITH. Agt. April 17 16 3t SOMETHING FOR THE PEOPLL In these times of scarcity. it is well to know where to get the necessa, ries of life, on fair terms, and to know what you are getting. To this end, Wright & Coppock would inform All the People that they have now in store A very large stock of Menl's, Youths' and Boys' Spring and Summer CLOTHING AND) FURNISHING GOODS, At prices so low as to astonish all good judges of such articles. For instance: Men's Business Suits, eCoat, Pants and Vast,I Common, $5; Fine, 3O. All grades between. Boys' Suits in proportion. A large stock of Black goods, made in Frocks and Sacks, Pants and Vests; Cloth, Cassimer. French and English Drab D'Ete, Alpacas, etc....

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 April 1867

THE COURSE BLOCKED oUT:--V reference to the provisions of the "Supplementary bill," to be found on the first page of this paper, it will he seen that the commanding General has charge of the re construction scheme, and that the irst election--for members of i' 3 Convention-will take place on " before September next. This '..:. give abundant opportu nity to thcse who desire to :-or ganize," preparatory to the elec tion. The colored population of Columbia and Charleston are mov ing on this line. Whilst we are opposed to antagonism between the two rac a nevertheless, to re main idle now is to give up the State to the control of ignorance and fanaticism. Shall we do it ? [Pickens (fourier. IIYMENIAL.-C(lpid has been playing havoc with hearts ir, the old North State. and has spared neither youth or age, but has even touched the dead with the tender passion. We commend a perusal of the following marriage noticcs to all who are in a state of single wretchedness. 3fARRIED.---Itz Granville c...

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 May 1867

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY .IN ADVACE, VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1,1867. NO. 18. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOlNING, At Newb, ry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXEX, TEEMS, $8 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Tayment required Invariably in advance. Mariage notices, Funeral Invitationa, Obitu stie, and Communications subserving private baae, are charged as advertisements. WM. F. NANCE Clon Hroker, BaDkiog and COMMISSION AGENT, Newberry, S. 0., OfTICE IN REAR OF GRIERSON'S DRUG STORE. Advances on Cotton to reliable houses in Oharleston, S. C., New York and Liverpool. Exchange on Charleston r.nd New York in sunis 3 wanted. Jan. 23-4-tf. W.B. McKellar, SURGEON DENTIST, Would most respectfully state to the public that he has moved in his new roomg over Captain McFall's store, on Main street, and can at all times be found ready to do any and everything in his line for cash. Mr. Edwin ' fes will work at one-...

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 May 1867

TEE FAREWELL. In memory of- LIzrT. J. B. WRIGHT, of the "Augusta Lee Rifles," who died near Win chester, Sept. 28th, 1862. 'Twas a pleasant summer evening and the sun went slowly down, Behind those noble mountains that encompass us around, And soldiers, in their gray attire, were passing to and fro, With saddened hearts, but stern resolve, on many a noble brow. To-morrow they must leave their homes, and kind and loving friends, To risk their health, their lives, there all, our country to defend, From hordes of cruel Northmen, who come to seek our blood, To desolate our hearth stones, and wield the tyrant's rod. I had parted from my. youthful friends, our country's joy and pride, But the earliest friend among them all still lingered by my side. A noble; christian soldier,-one of that chosen band, Among the first, to draw their swords, to free their native land. A shadow had been resting on his spirit pure and brave, Far in the sunny South where tht2tall Palmettoes wave, Wbere orange ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 May 1867

Nw Advir8tisemilts. LOIELIE & \VHEELER'S COLUMN OF NEWS ITEMS, To be read Carefully. Muslins, Muslins. A nice assortment of Figured Muslins, Figured Jackonets, Lawns and Figured Bril liants, also a nice selection of Dress Goods, all of which we expect to sell cheap for cash. LOVELACE & WHEELER. Prints, Prints. A large stock of Prints of various quali ties, styles and Prices, call son and exam:ne them, as we will sell cheap. LOVELACE & WHEELER. Domestics. Domestic Ginghams, Plaid and Striped Homespuns, White and Striped Osnaburgs, Blue and Brown Denima, Shirting Stripes, Bleached and Brown Shirtings and 'heetings, Bed Ticking,.&c , &c., for sale low by LOVELACE & WHEELER. Puffed Muslin. A beautiful article of Puffed Muslin for making Bodies, a nice article for the use of Ladies, f3r sale by LOVELACE & WHEELER. Casimers and Jeans. Casimers, Jeans, Duck, Twilled, Grass and plain Linens for Gents and Boys wear, for sale by LOVELACE & WBEELER. Hats at Cost...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 May 1867

THE LOVE KNOT. Tying her bonnet under her chin, She tie her golden ringlets in; But not alone in the silken snare I she catch her lovely floating hair; For tying her bonnet under her chin, She tied a young man's heart within. They were strolling together up the hill, Where the winds come biowing merry and " chill, And it blet, the cnrls a frolicsome race All over the happy, peach colored face, Till. scoldiL and laughing, she tied them in, Under her beau:iful, dimpled chin. And it blew a color bright as the bloom Of the pinkiest f'chia's tossing plume, AU over the cheeks of the prettiest girl That ever imprisoned a romping curl, Or, in tying her bonnet under her chin, Tied a young man's heart within. Steeper and steeper grew the hill, Madder, merrier, chillier still The western winds blew down and played The wildest tricks with the little maid, As, tying her bonnet under her ehin, She tied a young man's heart within. O western wind, do you think it was fair To play such tricks with h...

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 May 1867

1A Ml -- -4 1 - TH 1 S: Z VOL. Il WEDNESDAY MIORNING, MfAY 8, 1867. NO. 19. By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER. TER MS. S3 l'.i ANNUI, IN $T k l; P'I:t V'I Ii! )N Payment rcquir.d inv.: L u ee:2c 5arie, and :.:n::: * interests, are chrt R E MO V A L Confectinar and ory A-,, i\' I takep! :e my friend, a..: have ren:ov . NEW B?/0K 1hBILDIN/C on the c(.': have rit:t have nuw e. B .,t I'. The a: Hlopi. u : -very lb Mareb - W M . 0 a N'ewber y S. C . OFFICE IN 1 - Exe C: (We -k L ewe rry - FrC N IICAt .\ K ~ :j in: Ofie n rer G-i bery,s. C. Theodr Gsu - - nership~ fo tez rn Bues , at New der teN partn r Gouin, in wi.:leh <(.- c: baer: to v.C. moth,u o: NAY . Sth ot>r& V. A ,:. c . pnersh p.rror"~' A( J. E is. S T - -. v der the pA:2 Gin, jav -. . [ . Mster: -Q CnsJgn aM'. WJ E tei:t: i - -U . REI !T r c:i ' I . - - - - S. R. 'e?iJ -. the keep no,t ::. A tr the la erals. \ w ry.niulreads. 1 <l i - ' \'i :tn - il1u ll . 1+; a -i1 . "'4' ? l'. I e . li ' I''t'- .'\ 1 Vi+ 11 1 Iil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 May 1867

Latest News Items. WASmINGTON, May 3.-The Jud:ciary Committee commenced work on Monday. It is reiterated that Chase refu<es to preside at Mr. Davis' trial within the territory ruled by the military. Judge Underwood, yesterday, issued a writ of habeas corpus, directing the commanding officer of Fotress Monroe to bring Mr. Davis before him on the 13th, on a writ obtained bV George Shea. It is under sood that the writ will be obeyed, and that Mr. Davis will not be remanded to military custody. W ksIINGTON, May 3.-Jo -lge Under vcood, District Attorney Chandler and Mr. Davis' attorney, Mr. O'Connor, are in this city, for the purpose of consult iig Attorney-General Stanberrv regard ing habeas corpus for Mr. Davis. If the Gdvernment obeys the writ, which is probable, bail will be tendered and the prisoner discharged. MOBILE, May 3.-A colored mass con vention of the State in session here for two d;.ys, adjourned to-day. They adopt edk preamble and resolutions. The first resolution procl...

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 May 1867

New Advertiseiteints. NEW STORE. 11W GOOll! NOW OPETIG, BY D. MOWER, Corner of Main and Church Streets, Where will be found a good assortment of In all the Latest and Most Approved Styles. Also Fancy DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, Which were bought exclu sively for CASH, And will be sold at a SMALL ADVANCE ON COST, FOR CASH, . Or Country Produce. May S18tf STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. In Equity-Newberry District. Henry Summer and William Summer, surviving Adin'r vs. Mary M. Sumner, C. P. Sun mer and others. Bill for sale of land to marshall assets and general relief. It appearing to my . satisfaction that Margaret J. Suminer and Mary Margaret Summer, (infant,) two of the defendants to shia bill, reside from and beyoud the limits of this State, on motion of Fair, plaintifr's Sol. it is ordered, that they do plead, an aver or demur, to said bill, within forty days from the publication of~ the rule, or the same will be taken pro confesso agamnst them. SIL AS JOH NSTONE, c. E. N. 1). Comn's Offic...

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 May 1867

- Hear Him. We find in the Valdosta (Ga.) Times, the preceedings of a freed men's meeting held in that place on the 26th ult. The assembly was addressed by several colored men, one of whom, Moses Iodge, is reported as having given utter ance to the following sentiments, which are as creditable to his in telligence as they are honorable to his heart : In response to a call, Moses Hodge took the floor, lie spoke in a manner earnest, sincere and impressive. He said: -I am an un learnt man-not used to speaking; but I know what I feel and think. I was born in Georgia. I am a Southern born man and expect to die here. I was a slave once and had to obey a master. I am a freedman now and must obey the laws of the country. I have no ill feeling against the white man because I was once a slave. I hope the white man has no ill feeling towards me because I am free. So far as I know and .have seen. I find no bad feeling- between us. When I was a slave I was not abused. Since I have been free no 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. — 15 May 1867

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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 May 1867

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Mcrning, May 15, 1867. We give piace in this is.Ue toa 1w tion of the views of our e teemiied !tuw townsman, Gen.. A. -C. Ga:Q tn on "the situation," as copied fon thie Char leston News. The remainder ii lprear in next issue. The soundness of his views on matter of su:-h vital moment to our people, at this turn-poit of affttri, willbeapparent to a!l unprejudiced minds. THE VEBsTEK EL.EMET.A::Y RE.aDEn. From th, pul,i,hers, D. Apl leton & Co., of New York, we have received a copy of the above ; it is designed to follow the popular Speller of w hich not less than 40,000,000 co; ies have been pri'ited nd sold, sit)ce its first appearar,ce to the prevtnt, covering a perild of thirty-five years. The Reader is neatly p iu1t d and well filled, and of unitrm size and price with the Speller, and ilhnstr:ted thruugh out. Sold by all Bo'k,eie. Demorest's Xonthly. This beautiful and favor ite periodical coir.C, to us with all the freshness nnd fragrance of the June...

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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. — 15 May 1867

New Adverli'suicntsf WAUN FOR S-1. The subs otcr= e:r, P W O;': .. _ sp. tply residents of Nevbcrr,, and %ic:nit, with theit Superior Wagons, Manufacturcd at REENVI LLE, S. C. TheseWagon: ae of the ubst materi and. workmtahrp. ,One, Tv:o, T hree, Four, Fi ve andl Sly Horse are ahlvas. on hatid, re:ttly m-t"tie, and any deseription of w.gun will be tu,tde to order on sho:rt notie. Orders for w:mons mr v be Ift W::I 'Carwile & McCai'^t::in, Ne'trr S. C. GOWER, CUE, M-UKf2Y & CU G:enVil1e S. C. May 1.5-2)-::O. Offic3 Act'i Ass't. Quartermaster, Military Post of Ntw'errv. N..wDs!.Y 8. C . E .v 13-1837 Seal--d Pi00,:i" in DUL'LIC.\ I E wii he received at thi: offi"e uit 12 im. Fridt.v ihe 31-t of May 1807, t wtvh:ch ti c thiy ill be opened. in pre-eni-e (1r :01 hi e tditl. r; ire-entr. for furnihin;," the Q.iar er:,s""r'" D part, .ment x ti- Po-t tvi:1i OAK WOOD, until Se'ptemher 30, 1867. tidde"rs will si.te in their hids thc ntam-s of two resw,n,ihie part ew t ho wili give hull...

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 May 1867

The Man of Destiry. - The Philadelphia Age thinks that the tree meaning of the Luxn x heourg eumbrog lio is, that Napoleon is but accepting it as a part of his destiny, so that he way !c3d his arm nies again.t the only power which has not felt French venge a:me for the alliance of 1815. "One after aiothet, sa-; the age. the powers that humiliated !r:mee aft r 1-uterloo have felt the hand of French retributican. The Crinez.n Aampai_n tvenged Moscow, and at ti e satoe time reduced England to a third rate power, with no contine,tal reputa-.ion in a mili itary point 'f view. The Au,tro Italian war, ending at So:f.rino, l:iid the ttine by which Aust:i" . pide and pretesi:m bave been humbled in the dust. Nice and Savoy have been ,dd&d to the terri tory of France, and 1815 blotted out in that direction. Prussi-t still rem ains, with the memories of "butcher Blueher" ad his murdering dr:oons at Waterioo. Lu xeteourg ."d the Rhine ;ire standing reminders of a debt uncancel:ed in that rti...

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 May 1867

I THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,) FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [IOvARIABLY IN ADVACE: VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1867. NO. 21 THE HERALD IS PBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOflNING, At Newberry C. R., STEos. P. & a. R . GBE Ka TERMS, u PE ,ANU[, ::N CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Yaymenttequired invariab:y in advance. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitatione, Obitu aries, and Communications subserving private iterest, are charged as advertisements. A. M. WICKER'S Confectionary and Grocery STORE. I take pleasure in calling the attention of my friends and customers to the fact thet I have removed into my NEW BRICK BUlILDING on the corner in front of my old store, and have fitted it up in an ele:ant mnniuer and have now on hand the completest and Best Stock of Fancy Con fectionary and Goods genera!y to befound Anywhere. The attention of little folks as well as big ones is called to my beautiful assortment. Hoping to receive a continuation of the very liberal patronage leretoiore e...

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 May 1867

Notes on the South, The notes of William C. Prime, editor of the N. Y. Journal of Gommerce, made during a recent visit to the South and now published in that paper, one of which .yo present below, are of peculiar interest : If an election of any kind were to be held in the South within the next three months, there is no reasonable doubt that three-fourths of the negro vote would be cast with the Southern white vote. There is perfect accord between the larger por tion of the freedmen and the ,chite popu lation. This is but natural. The negroes were as ardent enemies of the North as their masters during the war. They had no theories to sustain, and no special care as to what questions were involved in the contest. They sympathized with the people who surrounded them; and if the oath of aliegiance were distinctly under stood by the freedmen whcn it is adnin istert d to them, nine-tenths of them would be unable to say that they hr'i not lent willing aid and comfort to the rchei lion. Ha...

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