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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 16 May 1865

w4 THE- T1-WETLY HERAL 7- 4 - B E r v, S C. TU1MAY XOR1fG$ AY 18, 186 The interngn peviiling between. the Srf&nder of our-armies, and the change t&t is to come over u, has been such, that newspapers coold- make but little - advance. Conkasion an excitiment, bordered upon chaos, we eould get no mais-at least nothing reliable. No nails frdm Chester-none from abov-e or below. caused s to iuspend fora few issues. We isue to-day and will endeavor to do the best we can until rail facilities are open to-us. WWe- have had the pka ure -for Pevera' dap past of the conipany of a nuinber of printers and editors from the rank and file of Lee's Pnd Johnston's armies on their way home. Among th &:a es Mr. J. T. Scoti of the MonEgohierv lail, a ntlnan by tie way who was in ttrumeal in establishina the currency of the Newberry Bank in the West soine years ago. Yirrivgton of the Columbus u1, MInghum of the Coungtr 4 Gentlerpan, and others,whose names we can not now recal. We wish Them wel...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 23 May 1865

S-- - - <- - -V--t * 49 sDeted to the bisseuiatis of General hformation VOLUME I NEWBERRY, S. C TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1866. UNER 22 iKE THI-WEEKLY HERALI JS PUBLISHED AT NSWBER-RY- C. H., The Amnesty Proclamation. Wheneas, in and by the Constitution of the United States, it is provided that tAe President shall have power to grant reprieves-and pardons for off n g aginst the United States, except in cases of impeachment : and whereas, a rebellion now ezists, whereby ihe. loyal State Govern zints of Peveral States have for a long time been subverted, and mariy persons have commited and are now gciity lof treasor against the United States: and, whereas -with- reference to-sid re beflion-and trepson, laws have been enacted by Cotigtess declaring forfeitures and confiscation of property aad lberation of slaves all upon terms and couditions therein stated; and alo declaring that the President. Was theby..anthorized at any -time thereafteri. b -preela mation, to extend to persons w May have ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 23 May 1865

began ta ulf danger in the air, and one's ears were illed with the most terrible rumom. Then the 6ame an unusual increase in.the zumber of wagons on the street; .boxes and trunks were Wig hastily laden at the departments and driven w the Danville Depot. Those whohad deter minea to evaCUate with the fugitive Government looked op. with amazement.-Government exam pie. - Vehicles with two horses, one horse, or even no horse at all, suddenly rose to a premium that was astounding, and ten, fifteen and even a hundred dollars in gold or federal currency, was, *Eered for a conveyance. Suddenly, as if by agic, the streets became'filled with-men walk ing as though fora wager, and behind them ex Ated negroes,.toting trunks, bundleir and luggage of every descripticn. All oveg the city it was the same. Wagons, trunks, bandboxes and their owners--a mass of hurrying fugitives, filling the streets. Tbe banks were a: open, and deposi tors were as busy as bees removing their specie deposits; and the d...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 31 May 1865

- THE TRI-WEEEI HERAL Devoted to uhe nissalhion of General infortmation. - VOLUME 1.NEWBERR,S C.., WEDNEDYMA3118. NUMBl)8 THE TN-WEERY HERALD . PUBISHE AT NEWBERRY. C. H., President Johnson's Policy. 'Delegations from the States of New York and VaIne, to Washington, received the following reply from President Jonhson: !-need not ay, gentlemen, how deeply grateful I am to you nd the influential and 'eminent -cides whom you represent, for the words of en couragement .and confidence which you have spokep. hueh a manifestation of re rd would at any time be acceptable, but at e present time it finds in my heart the warmest response. You will not expect of me, under existing cir cumstances, any extended declhrtion of 'my public affairs. My past life must be the guarantee of my future course. And if on the principles which have heretofere guided my action as a -public man, there is not found a sufficient earnest -of those which, with the blessing of God, rill 'direct my course in dealing *...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly herald. — 31 May 1865

the face; pi11 no more blood; accept with 'the dignity which even mifortune can tcrnmsnd, the ondition which you tannot avert. In thus suspending the active exercise of the duties of my office;I do so with the most earnest wish that your sufferings may soon find Mitigatioa and relief; that you way retrieve the waste and loss of property which you.have endured in the progress of the, war ; and that you may experi ence those blessings, intellectual, social and r a4 which under the favor of God, were the great ends which I desired to accomplish. To hava succeeded in 'these would have seoured to me a seward, the richeot and only inheritance which I could have left to my ehildren. With regard to myself, so fan as I am affec!ed by the charges which are mede against me, I*m ready to answer to them or'to any of them. At any time or plate, when or where my presence may be desired or required for investigationf I shall te there, if notified thereof, with- the least possible delay. Whatever I ...

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