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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 May 1867

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Newberry District-In the Common Pleas. E. S. Bailey, vs. James B. Brown.-At tachment. Whereas the Plaintiff did, on the 14th day of May, 1867, file his Declaration against the Defendant, who is absent from and without the limits of this State, and has neither wife nor Attorney known within the same, upon whom F. copy of the said Deolara tiou might be served; It is therefore ordered that the said Defendant do appear and plead to the said Declaration, on or before the 15th day of May next, which will be in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, otherwise final and absolute judgment will then be given and awarded against him. Clerk's Office, E. P. LAKE, Newberry District. C. C. p. May 14th 1S67. ly 41 WGONS FOR SALE The subscribers are now offering to sup ply resideits of Newberrv, and vicinity, with their e Superior Wagons, Manulactured at GREENVILLE, S. C. TIhese Wagons are of the best material and workmanship. One, Two, Three, Four,...

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. — 22 May 1867

Official. Eealwaa, ra Secon Milita-y District, CHARLESTON, S. C., May S. 1867. [GY\ERAL ORDERS No. IS.] I. On the third Monday of July next. in obedience to the reouire meats of the Act of Congress. -passed March 22d, 1867, the Con manding General will proceed and cause to be made a Registration of the male citizens of the United States, twenty-one years of age and upwards, residents of North and South Carolina, not disfran chised for participation in the re be1iion, or for fconv at common law. II. One or more Boards of Reg istration, consisting of three dis creet and qualified persons, to be appointed by the Commanding General, will be organized in each County or City, to make and com plets the Registration. superintend the election to be held thereafter for Delegates to a Convention to frame a Constitution, and make returns to him of the votes, list of voters, and of the person; elected as Delegates by a plurality of the votes cast at such election. III. The Counties in North Caro...

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. — 29 May 1867

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR TIE DISSEMiNATION OF USEFUL INTELLIENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1867. NO. 22. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MO1,NING, At Newberry C. H., By TROS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TRRMS, $8 PER ANNUM, IN CCRRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Marriage notices, Funeral invitatioa, Obitu aries, and Commnunicat.ous sub..ivmng p:ivate interests, are charged as rdverti6ements. REMOVAL A.M. WICKER'S Confectionary and Grocery STORE. I take pleasure in calling the attention of my friends and customers to the faet :bat I have removed into my NEW BRICK BU/LDING on the corner in front of my old store, ar.d have fitted it up in an e2e_au t usenr and have now on hand the conpetest and Best Stock of Faincy Confxtonary and Goods generolly to bcam,dl - Anychere. The attention of little folks as weil as ones is called to my beautiful assort!nent. Hoping to receive a continuatioun i the very liberal patronsge 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. — 29 May 1867

Wednesda Morning, May 29, 1867. Gen. Sickles vs. Whiskey. The distillation or manufacture of Whiskey or other spirits from grain, by the timely order of Gen. Sickles, is pro hibited in this Military District, and the possession of a still or other apparatus for this purpose will be considered pre sumptive evidence of a violation of the Revenue Laws, and the party or parties using the same or on whoso premises they may be found, will be held triable by a Military Commission for misde meanor. All tronps of the United States, Magistrates, Sheriffs and other civil officers are required, and all citizens are solicited to be vigilant in detecting and prompt in giving information of the violation of this order. Public Me6ting at Camden. The Camden Journal contains a notice of a public meeting held at Camden, on Saturday, the 18th inst., by invitation of h portion of the colored people of that town. The meeting was addressed by the Hon. James Chesnut, Gen. J. B. Ker shaw, and Gen. Jno. D. K...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 May 1867

New Adertiseieits, The Stafford Cultivator. These celebrate' S.l:; P .ws for Corn and Cotton. have been in use for several years and have been tliorougily tested! by a number of the most prominent farmers of Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky, giving the most perfect satisfaction to all who hove used them. Wood's Reaping and Mowing Machines, Unversal Cotton Gin and Condenser, Hay and Cotton Presses, Horse Powers and Thresbers. Fan Mills. Premium Farm Grist Mill, Buck Eye and Stafford Cultiva tor, Fodder and Corn Stalk Cutter, Georgia Cotton planter, Corn Shellers, Plows, Ex. panding Cultivators, Pumps, Bel,s, Washing Machines and Wringers, etc , e!c. All or which can be seen at the Cotton Gin Ware house, Columbia, S. C. A. R, COLTON. Proprietor. W. B. LOWR ANCE, Manager. May 8 3m. Signet Chapter, No. 18, R.-. A.-. ML. The Regular Monthly Con vocation of this Chapter will be held at the Chapter Room, Masonic Hall, on Saturday the 8th June, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Members, (particular...

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. — 29 May 1867

Remarkable Wedding. The Dayton (Oh> J is responsible for the following story : Tuesday morning a couple ap peared in the Probate Court andc emanded a marriage license. When the moment arrived f >r paying the fee the man was back ing out, but the woman said he shouldn't do that, "not by any means," and she paid for the license. The couple soon ater ward appeared at 3 ustice Turner's office, and the woman made known her "intentions." The unusual appearance of the "happy couple attracted u.lusual attention, and a large crowd was soon gathered there to see the solemn ceremonies. When the couple were asked to stand up and face the musis, the groom again tried to back out and the bride seeing that there w as nc other w ay th ar n'. rem: that be'd got to 'stand it. :'.ad thr was no use taili g iuc't it. caught hold of the dou n Thomas and squared him up be'core the Justice, with the order him to "sail in Just thent quere arose as to where the f0 for the tying of the hrmen.al kn,a. wa...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 June 1867

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIENCE. [INVARIABLY N ADVANCE VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1867. NO.23. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXEB, TIERMS, 8 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Payment required invariably in advance. Marriage notices, Funeral Invitationa, Obitu aries, and Communications subserving private interests, are charged as advertisements. REMOVAL A.. WICKER'S Confectionary and Grocery STORE. I take pleasure in calling the attention of my friends and customers to the fact that I have removed into my NEW BRICK BUILDING on the corner in front of my old store, and have fitted it up in an ele:ant manner andn have now on hand the comnpletest and Best Stock of Fancy C'oniicetionary and Goods generally to befo?!:d Anywhere. The attention of little folks as well as big ones s called to my beautiful assortment. Hoping to receive a continuation of the very liberal patronage ...

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. — 5 June 1867

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wedneslay Morning, .neo 5, 1867. Mr. Stanberry's Opinion. Although voluninous, it-is not gene rally clear, an;i leaves in involvtent and obscurity, much upon which more light was desired. Owving to its extreme length. we have not space to spare for it, publication. Death of-Mr. C. .. Ilford. We regret to icarn the death of Mr. C. J. Eifurd, a protnin.ent and beloved citizen of Greer vile C. II. IIe was a member of the Baptist Church, and a zealous advo; cate of Sunday Schools. A number of beautiful euioginms by the members of the Greenvi:le Bar, were paid the memory and worth of Mr. ElCord. It is said of him that he precen:e in i tion whenver possible, and in every case brought to him, which adnitted of conpro wise and reconciliation, he advised that course. In all the walks of life he was dis tinguished ; and bequeathes a name to his children that the proudest of the earth might desire. The Blue Ridge Railroa. Gen'l. Sup't. B. Sloan, of the G. & C. R. R., gives ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 June 1867

New Advrtisemients. In consequence or the scarc'ry of 7n and bard times generaliy, we w:1 sell for t'It present our Figured Muslins, Lawns, Jaconets, and Brilliants, AT AND BELW" lOST1 For cash, or country proauce LOVELACE 2 W EL. June 5 23 Hudson's Washing Machine. This is the best Wa'uing Mac'iie at t't price now in use. It will save in time and labor, in the wear and tear of clothes, an< the wear and tear of the hands, its value it a few weeks. A supply on hatd at 1nu factures price, $5. BLEASE & WRIGII, Agents for Ne. be:ry Dtstrict. June 5th, 1866. It. STEVENS HOUSE, 21, 23, 25 & 27 Broadwiy, N. Y Opp,site I>owling Green. ON THE EUROPE.1 PLAN. THE STEVENS HOUSE is weil and wide13 known to the e.ttrei,g p;ub ic 'Ilie locatio: Isespecialy suirable to ntmichanrs anU Lusiits: men; it is in close pri xin,ity tthe Lu -iues pat ofthe cit'-is on tLe bhwy o SutV e: n :ilc cVestern tave'-at,d a djacent to al the pritCipa Railroad aud Stenibtr dp,ts. THE STEVE taOUSE has lih...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 June 1867

Public Meeting. A meeting of the citizens of the Town of Camden, regardless of color, was held on Saturday eve ning the 11th inst., at the colored Baptist Church, the object of it being to discuss in an informal way, the political condition of our common country, and to take friendly counsel together as to what course it behooves us as good citizens to pursue, under the cir cumstances. Though the notice given had been so brief, that the meeting might almost be consider ed an extcipore one, the Church was filled with an assemblage of both sexes. John A. Chesuut briefly, but pertinently defined the object of the meeting. Capt. Samuel Place, of the Freedmen's Bure'au, whose fair and impartial conduct towards all the citizens of the District during the past year, has elicited the praises of all, next addressed the audience in his usual happy and forcible manner, proving con clusively during the course of his remarks, that the interest of both races are identical, and all that is Lecessa...

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. — 12 June 1867

TIIREE I.LLAI A FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTENRL OL. III.NESDAY MORNING JUN 1 NO. 24. THE HERALD IS PUIIL.'IIEI) EEly W!)NEDA) MUN IN ;. It Newberry C. H., By TIIOS. F. & R. H. GRENEKER, TERMS, S3 IERI ANNU. IN CURIENCY OR P11()VISI()NS. Paymei:t rcuired invariuirey inPivnce. Marriage notice.. iunt-ra; nvitati,1. ,h itu aries, and Communications <ub=,rv:g I:aate interests. are ch rged , dvertie nts. REMOVAL A.M. I (Ilf S Confectioniary and Grocery La ve r:: NEW BRIC/( B /LDJNG ono nh 7 -1 hav ::w 'n o I) l:' i~ ;' : o C' i l I. F W3I. F. NAN(1E Co 0tr i ~I,, T, IJ 3H;ri%r1 11XbL i Tewberry. S. O OFFICF.IN I-A F)'c: ge R G T it 104 f:y F. rnP-ft (Wes t of 'l.o tN'i' N"+iYV - -us. sO .ri wou) at hthi o I e ... y W E.II. . WANTED. 1:or EN \ XCI:lf. vvOOL, becrry S. C. <ee 12 :ni V'r t>' de of' ( o~::.Ctc:Yr~ ~u m!1U. >av'c 3:0V. - ' n:.- tne 12 :c.:~ Merchari : .; . aly fit 1?cO l'l NS e. l' . i C\ N ' on..i.:mn''t '- o us fram t,ny' mhirt i:: the Sullh S. R. CHA...

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. — 12 June 1867

NEWBERRY S. C. Wednesday Morning, June 12, 1867. Gen. Sickles' order No. 34, will apnear next week. It refers to the -con t.abu ltv of the State. To Planters. The above class of gentlemen are di rected to Mr. J. S. Cole's card, found elsewhere in to-days paper. The Columbia Phoniz. We invite attention to the card of the above paper. Friend Selby's most ex cellent Journal needs no word of com mendation, it speaks for itself every day, and every body ought to subscribe for it The Far:ner. The June number of Messrs. l iott & Shield's fine agricultural work cotains a great variety of interesting reading nat:er, both for the practical farner and general reader. Its table of contents embraces u:&e articles on agriculture, horticulture, pon:o o gy, manufactures, comnmerce, art, science, domestic economy, finance and mmngraion, etc. It is worth the subscription price many times over. Every sgriecatrist at least shoild subscribe for i. Ad.ress Elliott & Shields, RichmonJ, Va. The...

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. — 12 June 1867

New Adertislleiits. WEBB'S tLOTIMi HOISE. By late additions, Ily stoclk of CLOTHING A N 1.) CENTS FURNISHING GOODS, Is now Complete, lmtly prices As CHEAP HA E Than they wN' 1ne week jgo. CHEAP CLOTHING FOB CASH, At th1e IeW (lotlinlg Store of W. H. WEBB. I take pleasure in stating that the Messrs. Marshall. Brothers, having the manugement of this establishment, will always he found there ready and happy to supply the wants of all who may call on them. june 12 2-1 VARIETY %TORE WILSON & WiCKER Are in receipt of a ci:oice .na desirabie stock of Micllaneous God ;-and Notion;. -GROCERIES, CROCKRY, - Confectionery, AND) NOTR 1N. TO PLANTERS.' F~urniied lfor enri lIelivery WVill be picased to receive proposals fromi Plan ers J. S.COLES. *144 lReynoXds St. AUGLSTA, Ga Junie 12 2 NEWSPAPER, SUBsCRIBE FOR THE PH(ENIX~ Daily and Tri,Weekly ; or THlE W1 EELY GLEANER, Published every Wednesday, in Columbia, S. C. Thue LATEsT NEws. Foreign and American, besides a vast amount of miscel' hane...

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. — 12 June 1867

A Man-Wolf. Rev. Dr. Butler. the well known missionary in India, recently returned to this country. He makes the following statement of a remarkable case : In 1859 a British soldier. while bearing a dispatch from one mag istrate to another in the Kingdom of Oude, passed an unfrequent rav ine, where he saw a pack of wolves, and with them a human being, evidently one of their com pany. Immediately turning back he reported the circumstan;;e to the magistrate for whom he was traveling. Tne latter fu3 .hwith mustered a number of Coolies and went to the place. The pack of wolves fled a short distance and sought refuge in a sort of den or cave. Beginning to dig, the party soon discovered the feet of the wild man and drawing him forth, succeeded in binding and carryin' him to the town. .Dr. Butler has seen him often silee, and says he is evidently a man, and at the time of his capture apparently about twenty-four years of age. The captured creature at first violently resisted the aitteilpt ...

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. — 19 June 1867

- - - - 0 - e-I- ~ -'** -- - - ~ ~ ---I - - '"- - - - - - - - . - - -- --- ~ - - ' TR Q S ER FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGEN us w - WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1867N -ELU P; iif * a' ' EIeTRR1eE iC - b 4 WWE 4*N6, tNi CUREN CY - es a e9Isegers. S- t Evar yiI advance. O nre!la*atins,Obittl-} - _ ~ ~subaervig"private < Q ~ advaertieeent AAwL kF IGKERS _~ ~~~ . ,-fnr 1 t -r * i 4*i4 -yO' ~o~ ~ e 1i'e is *i -a N~ew Boks.~o Ienohon' Anaba is. . '- Rcado' -asnyfrtec ,ad -~~~ REPCrLYanuc o he- ge-. th xecs ofhis rf eo his caject th kepn Gofe hiRsopad bearerth m obuneceptinabaeist. Savng Rer-isn, Sha 8d oin, andth S ihairdn secutedon f the os appo-cd Fromithe CharlestonMeTeury. Synoptical Statement of the Opinion. o1 the Attbrney General upon the Clauses of -ihe Military Acts referring to Voting and Holding Of flee. The following is a synoptical analysis of the Opinion of the At torney-General Stanbury. REGISTRATION. 1st. Qualification or disqualiti cation is fixed by -registr...

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. — 19 June 1867

KEWERY . C Wednesday Morning. June 19, 1867. Literary Exhibition. The students of the Newberry Lutheran College, who compose theTiagnothian So, cety,' wil' give a literary exhibition at the - Coufrt House, on Thursday evening, the 27th iust: We are satisfied that it wi?; be a plc:s "g occasion : that the young gertemcn WNOeport with credit to themselves and pre ceptors. The public are invited to attend. Personal. Gey. John Wagener, Tmmigration Agent for-the State of South Carolina, has-ezaged to visit Newberry, and pi e -seit the claims of his Bureau to the citi - IfeUs feeling an interest in the "labor - question," on the first Mon day (Sale-days) A - ia.July next. --le is to be the guest of our c-orthv in - = f.endent, Col. Baxter, and, it is hoped, will spend sufficient time'at Newlrrv .ogive to parties desiting it, full and atisfuctory information upon this :m - porlait subject. The future prosperity of our poor old - -State and the condition of her people - astbc influenced imm...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 June 1867

consequence of a Dull Trade, j g1 ~iuhating from a scarcitv to CLOSE OUT our Iarge and - exeellent stock of - CLOTHING dFri h'ii ods. (Gfellischillo0(Ius, ; ~eay -tt COST and LESS 'AfAN COST if NECES , ARY to effect sales. - -Ou Stock.cannot be excelled in Style and S - - ish. We would call especial attention Vd oe, owing line: " Aipadca Sacks, from........... S3 to S1) -Jo *nLin en.Sacks,........................ 1 to 6 - Cass. Sacks. (all wool)......... 6 to 15 - lk '' 6 to 20 . . .rinted and Striped Shear eca Sacks.2 to 4 - -- Ca. Marseilles and Linen Vesis....1 to 5 - .E aJackets and Suits for less thau the mate 3 L ost. -. e.are persuaded that none will fail to find nrs to bay, who desire anythiug in our Respectfully, WRIGHT & COPPOCK. - NOTICE reby;iven that on the 5th day of Jaly, at iny office in Anderson, appeals will " -.Ntec ved and determined relative to any - ons~ or excessive valuation1- assess ts.or enumerations by the Assessor or QtAssenors, of th& Annual Taxe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 19 June 1867

- A Sharp Rebuke to Wison . * A Southerner' Talks to thi - egroes. Wilson did not ga . it nl. his own way w hite traVelng throug;h the South. At 1-1tgomtery, Ala bama, he invite;;. reply, anti got the following fronm. Ueneral Clan - -ton, -who spoke ;n the same -taid and to the sarne audience: -'The geutlemnai from )Massael S: - setts says von ought to W!entify yourselves with the Radicai parc at the North, b;ease they have - waded through a bloody Wa t f four years to set you free. to give you the right to sit upun juies ride on railroads. testify as wit nesses in -courts , and much else. I deny every assertion he has made an these points, and chal lenge him to the proof. He who - says that thiswar commenced ivy the North to set you free and con fer.-n vou the rights which you now enj'ay, falsities the iist yrv f Sthe eoantry ;nt intnttionaliy I ope.~ TIhet oe'ie.frn the late war, a1gai :in l again'e clared most solime that thi war was not ComlnCd or Ucint waged for conquest, or wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 June 1867

- * R * - THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FORl THlE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INvAR1ABLT IN ADX Evc VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1867. NO._2 THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At NewberryC. II., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENXER, TBERMS, -8 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentrequired invariably in advance. Mariage notices, Funeral invitation=, Obitu ai-les, and Communications subserving private iataaeets, are charged- as advertisements. Opinion of the Attorney-Gen eral as to the Powers of the1 Military Commanders. ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S OFFICE, June 12. 1867. The President. Si: On the 24th ultimo, I had the honor to transmit for your consideration my opinion upon some of the questions arising under the reconstruction Acts therein referred to. I now proceed to give my opinion on the remaining ques tions, upon- which the military commanders require instructions. First, as to the powers and duties of these commanders. 'Ihe original Act recites, in its pre...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 June 1867

NEWBERRY, S C. W]n Morning, June 26, 1867. The Next General Synod Of the Evangelical Lutheran Church em Dewcg the jurisdiction of Virginia, North aod South Carolina and Georgia, will be heM is Newberry. D. V., in May, 1868. "Ia Memento Mori." Our young townsman, Leland M. Speers, has conceived and executed the drawing fb a monument to be erected here to the mem nry of Newberry's gallant sons who par tMipated in the immortal revolution of 1861. We have seen the drawing. it is of faultless design -we speak of it a fait accompli. The plinth and spire, " - 22 feet high, of the purest Italian marble, - and upon a neat granite base. On the Mable base, a scroll bears the names of - .fiments that were represented by compa, akn from Newberry. On the face of the p#iMth (each of the four sides alike) the emn of the dead, and on the shaft imme .y aly under the colors, complete rolls of -#pales at the time of their consolidation. 6 'the'eentre of the obelisk, between the colrs' and a wreath, enc...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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