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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 November 1865

District are tigof the. tei, apitda ?,sle7,Oi !p*rt to nvpLtaL prO gnd Ne - a 9e Authoried' to an a-.%eltas0uonrsq the comd4_:ejposed of the. ere x-. r; was stricke T Y t e, byan un remu thera m ~ttS~OBt W.Deeme Mut to k ce24stio d ovce1ane 14,~~ el,ttn n At thin - ~p~~- St~ OeS the -etai -n Fari -d a c. Ry solitriceen CASH in GODioritOuias . Mahe.ylitato ad w r sop o~fe', or1 Same trms. lnr'z Koi 22 AS S oice ST4 A EO SUH SAOI JA~. y Jo1T, Petrso Odary6H& ist.siricast. ~Uise W H -RES,eThoas M.daysinge asbap pledt meforLetters ofe ndaistra tion onallandsinula the go-oli. tndecha ~tes, isandcrdit o wiiamsgoon 4%acti - had, fth isrc afrsad deeae Thsear-terfoe o it an ad o rne l 3ndsigulr. th kndrd nd rei o o e saddcesd o ad.apa beoe e a u eetOrdiary' C6- foi.h sadDsrit4ob hode a N ibrr Cor,poseo te4t a - afDec net, o seranse ifanywhythe ar A dinitraio shuldno be granted. -t -4-A -~ES IABL9 FARM FOR SALE have for sale one of the most desirable farms an the southern states, containi...

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 November 1865

vo -W,44 -e winter kr- pas, lams.e e ayngMte gte e ~The swrows eome at last. te,ine -is'Iea0 rouncl myd&dr . . . ..e'lossom's 6nIbhe, Moy 'The waves t:ome- danoig to e bere W W onyou heday1 Ta Iber sjiend4h Itl& sail Th imowen - bloasda e Yale * ~~T4o*Mnnme theda ' the LhOrl %- ThefIrk is busy in the corD, The:martin Mepath. the eaves. p--- -. TJhe -ittle bittE don' b0Ii in vain T ?keirzujat don' t say emay ~ea& fua chskg4ia: W ntyou name day ? lbatbou could'it forever be as new t broe)* 44 iie a g n or, e ar-wih ro&heeSA myhY =TaI s i igodeor Ie, ea -- - e 6 - 4 - .g ~~& asn th S tea p tia.un e be e -weJreasthMs.J athooei sit 4% nta ~~espe.ted at pt thers ips to# s babyIr,.anordit onn taethta eltyolaidw rgvng a * -n shIie tpeet h is i e S othr beore se bomte awidow.~ .o A fshrmn ecnty cugt ffth Mss huetscas,a o s avn Mi t tmc ~ pai of sectales. wing o th effets o he al wte onteass fames itwsm * *cars, a~id the village belle may be a grand ~her before she becomes...

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 November 1865

7rHE NE WBF=VVE IR R HERD TERMS-$1,50FOR SX Do . GRENEKER. MONTHS, N ADVANCEEWEi, IY 20, 1865. NUMBER 49. VOLUMNE III NEWBERRY5 S. C.. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 918.NUBR4. TRE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GREIEMXR, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 1,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER RENCY ORIN PROVISIONS. uired invariably in advance.) mensinserted at $1,50 per square, for insertion, $1,for each subsequent insertion. arr'age notices, Firneral invitations, Obituarlez", u ncd Communica.ons' o^ personal interest charged ;Is advertisements. W. H. CHRAFE, -No. 205 EAST BAY STREET, (Opposite New Custom House,) CHARLESTON, S. C. COMMISSION MERCHANT. )EALER IN SUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, and LIQUORS. '6oNSINMENTS RECEIVED BY EVE RY -STiAMER of Goods selected expressly for the'Chrlieton Market. ORDERS TROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Charleston, S. C., Nov 8 1865. 3m. North, Stmie & Wtnrdell, TT WHOLESALE DEALERS IN fANCY BOOBS STATIONE11Y, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY, FURNISHING GOODS, &a...

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 November 1865

THE WEEKLY HERALD. NE,WBERRY, S. C. WEM*lDAY MORNING, NOVEMMR 29, 1865. The Charleston Mercury. The old patrons of the Mercury will be pleased to know that its editor, Mr. R. B. Rhctt, jr., will revive its issue on the 1st of December. Tpogmaphlc Eessenger. om1n Jas. Conner's Sons, Type Founders, New York, we have received the November No. of his M.?esenger. It is beautifully printed by French & Wheat, JAnn Street. Lord Russell, By advices per Steamship City of London, to the 2th instant, has been confitmed as Premier, and Lord Clarendon, as Minister of Foreign Another Company. Capt. D. A. Dickert, pursuant to orders of Gov. Perry, has raised a company from the 39th Regi 4eat. It will be remembered that Capt. Dickert displayed much gallantry during the war, as com -mander of Company H, 3d S. C. V. The Lieu tenats are W. B. Whites, A. J. Hipp, and J. W. Stoudemire. Our Book Table. N.&MELESS. By Fanny ffurdaugh Downing. One volume, 16 mo. cloth. From the press of W. B. Smith &...

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. — 29 November 1865

PUBLIC PROPERTY AT AUCTION. $""Sale of Government Property on First Monday in December, (Sale-iy.).2 B Y direction of the Agent of the Treasury Department, I will sell for Cash, to the Highest Bidder, ARMY WAGONS, aud the LARGE STOREHOUSI South .of the G. & C. R. R. Depot. The store boose to remain subject to the occupation ot th-e ty . I H. H. KINARO. Nov 29 49 1 CTION SALE OF NMENT 0 B T. I WILL SELL, AT PMBLIC SALE, IN tbe Building in rear of the 'Mansior. House, Vreenville, S. C., on Monday,' Mecember 4th, 01865, (Sales Day) at 12 o'clock, 'M., the fol lowing property, V z: 6600 Grain Sacks. -1 Near Catting M=chine. 1 Upright Drill. 1 Milling Machine. 1 BreechIScrewing hatbine. Parts ProfiWng Mach.ine. 1 Compound Plainer. - 1 Eight Spi..'-DriA. The Machinery ca%% e seen at the State Works, Greenville, S. C,, by referring to Jas. k Smith, Esq., Agent Terms Cash-Government funds. T. W. FRY, Ass't Agt. Treas. Department. -JULIUS C, SMITH, Auctioneer. Greenville, S. C., Nov. 27,...

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 November 1865

Emma lee and I. When the nightir.gale was singing, And the dove had gone to rest; When the evening sky was tinging With silver in the west; Where the prairie flowers nodded To zephyrs roving by ; Where the air was sweetly scented, Walked Emnma Lee and I. We talked about the flowers, As we wandered there together We talked about the birds We talked about the weather We thought about the stars That trembled in the sky; We thought about the angels there, Sweet Emma Lee and I. We heard the night bird trilling His continental song, Wl heard the cricket chirping As we* gently passed along: We felt our hearts a-swelling With love a-beating high, We felt our lps a kissig Sweet Emma Lee and I. Reaven heard the vows we spoke, As we our mutual love declared, Vows never to be broke While life to us is spared We asked our Heavenly Father, As we gazed into the sky, To crown our love with hnppiness, Sweet Emma Lee and I. CourtsMlp. Jenny sighed and Robin seized her Pretty little trembling hand, Th...

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. — 6 December 1865

A ANEJeboflc o 1 i HI i c b1 11o fifo4 it 60 -DO "5 ,.FOR STXN E W B E R R Y S . W E D N E4DA Y , D E C F, 8 6EUM E R . I. ~~~~~NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDA',DC ,16.NME 0 ERALD VERY WEDNESDAY, C. H., Its. IN CUR XIOS. (Payttt tIda u nece.) K 4ili4'istit aare, for irst insertion, $1 for e sertion. - -e rbtices, Funeralin, uaries, 4i-d Lcnmunications of persona harged Charleston A vertisements. Rl L JEFFE & Coa, CHARLESTO , S. C., ;Ge1&ra1AgfttS',Commi 3MVerchants, AND LAND AGEMTS, OFFICE 118 EASY2 BAY, will give prompt attention t' the sale of V4ton and other Produce, WILLNEGOT ATE -For the shipt of Cott to the most reliable Houses in Europ and e - North. Awl make ';efat advances on the samle when in hand for sale or shipment. WILL UY 4OODS for Merchants and Far 'ers to order. WILL RECEIVE AND FOR WARD G04)DS. WILL BUY AND SELL Gold and Silver. WILL NEGOTIATE the Sile of p'anterions, Lands -ant Tenements, whea placed in theie care And on this subject we beg leave ,etpecrfultv to...

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. — 6 December 1865

THE WEEA'KLY HERALD. NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Moritng, December 6, 1865. Cr Paper. With a neat and appropriate heading, and on clear white paper, the "Herald" is sent out to its numerons readers this week, and its publishers are proud to know that their efforts continously rrade to gratify them during the past months trae'been appreciated, and that the -present im provement will meet with a smile of:npprobation. Not a few have been the drawbacks experienced, but sustained by the wise discrimination of the majority, in a largely increased subscription, and a wholesome advertis'mg patronage, they have been enabled to overcome many things neither profitable or pleasant. To those who have sus tained them by kind words and substantial re Membrances they are most gratefully indebted. But all is not yet done, to stop here will not do, th2y must go on, and to do so the sheulder of every good man,and woman too, is needed to the ,xbeel. The mnchinery now so nicely working m,ustbe kept in 'gr...

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. — 6 December 1865

d to Lease. 'e containing Nine Hun 0] Acres, lying on the e Colurabia Railroad, ewberry C. H. edtivation. Screw, and Cabins in ex e, and cane to win or three hundred head of cattle and ought at one year's es required. For par Yates, -at said planta t Columbia. having received nd being perma rm their friends mmenced the lars admitted t any tIme and f entrance. Prices ranging 1 quarter, payable in specie or i French $12 per quar ght. Dec.'6, 50-4. GRE A ATTRACTI AT THE New Store. The Following Articles at Pre set lew York PricAr: LADIES' TEAt, DeLaines, Prints, Ginghams, Alpaccas, Balmoral and Hoop Skirts, French Corsetts, 1ourning, Barege, Tissue, Lace and French Needle-work Veils, Cotton and Wool Hose, Uelt Rockies and Belt'ng, Hats of the newest fashion, Straw and Felt, Wool Hoods, Nebias, Soetags and Breakfast .Shawls, Crape, Linen and Needle-work Collars, Cotton and Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Edgeings, Ribbons ia a widths and -colors, Congress and Balmoral shoes and Gait...

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. — 6 December 1865

Opera Music for the Plano. Ian't there something in this "Opera Mtsic for the Piano" that sounds like the ver'y thing itself? It does to our ear. It is copied from the "Knick erboeker Magazine :" "List ! the piece is about to begin; nsocrve Miss Introduction come in: A "oddess in floutees, arid pinched at the waist, A.:_! elook like a statue, embellished with paste. 11 tLe kevs that can be got at, F the fingers straight are shot at.; A.ien a soft and gentle tinkle, Gentle as the rain-drop's sprinkle, e, two. three, four, -i, six-run ashore. Then a stop Fingers drop. Now a r-:'h from :op to bottom, e notes now, while we dot 'em; amusic, for we've got 'em. :, forward, up and down, .1ke a ronkey or a clown; N,w t e close-a gentle strike, o d ever hear the like? Piece commences: N v)egins a merry trill, L a cricket in a mill; w a short, uneasy motion, a bed-bug at devotion, Or a ripple on the ocean. S.. the tingers skip about; IeIar the notes as ther come ot Liow they mingle in the ting...

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. — 13 December 1865

-N w/ ~ - - - -' '- PIOR T. F. GRENEKE. TERMS-$1,50 FOR STX Coe fo i 0i if Eoion Lc R ONTHS, IN ADVANCE. UME L NEWBERR1Y, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1805. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. H., ly THOS. F. & I. H. GREEER, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. IER31S, *1,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. tPayment required invariably in advance.) ldvertisements inserted at t1,50 per square, for Irst insertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. karr'age notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, VMd Communications of personal interest charged be advertisements. Charleston Advertisements. SL JEFFERS & CO., CHARLESTON, S. C., teseralAgents,CommissionMerchants, AND LAND AGENTS, OFFICE 118 EAST BA Y will give prompt attention to the sale of Cotton and other Produce. WILL NEGOTIATE For the shipment of Cotton to the most reliable Houses in Europe and the North. And make liberal advances on the arne n-heu in hand for sale or shipmnent. WILL BUY GOODS for M...

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. — 13 December 1865

Synopsis of 1re_z _Z. J~ nS M:__g~ feeting of Co ess- I ie l'resilent's lecon struction Policy-1)uties of the Sites and the General vvmen fhe riTht of raciise Great Biitaia's Ne utr.ty, etc. The president's Mess:ge was delivered to Con gress to-day. He says, the resistance to the General Government his exha,ted itself. The first question which occoirred w-s whther the territory within the limits of the States which 'ttempted to sec,,de should be held as con quered territory unlcr military a'hriv em anating from the Predeent 1e1constlrefd that Militarv Govermnerts est%bihed for an indefi iite period would have of'ered no Security for the early supprcssfon of discontent, but would fiave divided the people into vanq(uIshed classes andcaused evenomEd hatred rather than restored affeet3r. The true theory is that all pretended acts of secession were, from the beginning null and void. States cannot commit treason nor se eede in their ipdividual citizens who may have eonimitted treason. Sta...

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. — 13 December 1865

N OTICE. D R. JAS. HILL hav'ing removed to 11h6 west, has appointed the underigned to act as his attornev, in the collection of all notes and ac b64nt. lie :olichts those indebted to coine for ward and sett1e. THUS. DUCKETT. -Dec. 13, 51-t. CHRISTMASi IF YOU WANT FINE and RENCH COFECTIOART, GU TO R'S VARIETY STORE, LA W RAXGE. December 13 Co-Partnership Notiee; NW,ERr.Y, Dec. 7, 1s65. *rHE undersigned have th,is day fbrned a co . pArtnerhip tindcr the name cf WISKE AN & RING, for the purpose of carrying on a Vhoeal- and Retail Grocery and P.1ovision Business in the Town of Newberry. Produce of every description received and sold on commis %ion. ii, C. WISKEMAN. D. A. RING. N. U.-Having ample room we are prepared to atore cotton and other articles. W. & R. -THE ARRIVAL OF New Goods, AT R. B. Holman & Co's FANCY AND STAPLE IS NIUW FULL AND COMPLETE, And embrace one of the best and handsomest stocks of goods, in their line, ever before exhiib tdto a discrinatn pu-blic, to w...

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. — 13 December 1865

Si!IN(7C, Ncvn;'ci28. Those who have thought that Mr. Colfax spoke in consistence wviti: the views of the President will be satisfied from the tvlkgran hence to the New York 7iwx, to the effect that upon an interview between these person ages on Saturday last, they dif'-red, though it b net likely in an ill-tenipered way. A few additional members of Congress ar rived here to-day, including Senator, Trui bcAl, of Illinois. No del-y from factious movement in the organization of the House is anticipated. Instead of extraordinary exci dng and turbulent times which have been predicted, the present indications are in the opposie direction. It is considered that *ae, is nothing in the political aspect which eannot be reconciled, both to the satisfaction of the President and of Congress. The pros pect, therefore, is that the House will be or pised on Monday, and the President's mes ge and the accompanying reports of the Detments be communicated to Congress on Tedy. W. Colfax for Speaker and...

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. — 20 December 1865

..- -: TERMS-$1,50 F)n sx y C -.. I ;!N'.v~ MONTIIS, IN \DVANtE. VOLUME I. NEWBVI3ERR{Y, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20 1805. NUMHBR THE HERALD IS PUBLISIlIED EVElZY WEDNESDAY, At Newlb-rry C. U.. Sy THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEXER, Ki-r i .AN i,:"10 :: ToIs. T ERMS, i FZl1 SIX NTHI:i, 1THEl IN CURIENCY R IN R V1SI. I.Payment required imvaraiv :n auvane. Advertisements Inserted at . per si:are, 1> first ilsertioll, 1 fr -.eI sbsfoirent i.rin. Marr'age ioticies, Funer' invi.ai':, ituies, *d Co 0ammuuiciations of peieal interest chai ged as3 adve ioes PRESIDENT'S MSSA61a I$ept'ex t' L 'C s .' ~ . To express gratitole to GM, in the name of the people, f r tih preservauin o toe i ted States, is my fi rst .1uty in idr .ig Vu. Our thou.hts next revert to t'he death of the late President. 1by an act f p:rro.nu t The grief of the na";on .s sti:'i fresh ; it t*::ls some sohice in the: coniii tion that h.e lived to enjoy the ighest proo) oU"ti C'n blenc y entering on the reneed term of' the Cic M...

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. — 20 December 1865

fains informatn ac at present time : Fre'dw- n - C'ircu r In order ' avo HTy follow a ta' c eo th fre'edmen to o:t year, it ias beot tracts be i: ... for m h:I Ne It is Iho; Providi:- ior t after the res:oration ot Such rules and re the Legislature of : a w tory to all partIcs. it ;S rki: ! far as practicable, ito I. honmes for the pn!c i(- . i% by end mae co c .:b ters, and that m cai t-!,n Iaintenance of v: !e be most easil e- b) meL for their labor in. and nedical atte: ges in money as maY - i .m 1 ding olieers o b officer at each C t' ii : n act as agent for te A take charge of te n ! officer, associated w:'to (I tary District (miar wil co -,itute a bo - n.- r ti O Circular No 5, f : ters.o t : - In cases where e r an hot agree upon the te:: o t con .tt., tm board, after a careCl tin o all the f-ItS, will fix the terms. The two ci,izens (n n of the board) shall be pahithrei - pe , dV for the time actuna-y enag.- i: m rr their duty- the account to be e tr:. o bY the officer assoc...

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. — 20 December 1865

LOOK ON THAT PIC TURE AND THEN It is an undisputed fact, and one tLat can be attested by EXAMINATICN, that MILLER &X P HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTFNT OF HATS, ETC,. WHICH For ELEGANCE Olt rINISH, AND THAT GRFAT2ST OF ALL CONSIDER ATIONS, CHEAPNESS!! CANNOT BE SURPASSED, Epiciires quickly decide upon the merits of a dish, whether -ood, bad or indifferent, connoisseurs ini art readily Sdiscover the difference between a copy and an original, and judges of' SL oes~ or Hats, etc., can as easily decide~ as to their several qualities. Each must be seen and tested, We inv te. there fore, a careful examin .tion of our stock; but first request th ru ti~c to loo7.: elSe ?htere first (as we challenge comrpeti tion,) examine thr"mghly test judge matically, wetih acc2ura: Kely, prce ekse l.y and critica!ly, and then suspend purchases until they~ give us a call.; Thle result must be 1 trin:t dec'sion in our farer, and the eenin>ion unani wous that our goodis a: e 1'o. 1, and as cheap as~ t...

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. — 20 December 1865

as to'faI most heavily on articles of luxury, leaving the nccessarits of life as f:ee from taxation as th absoluto wants of th" Gjovern ment, e~conomicallv adini:icred, u ill justify. No favored class should demand Iredom from assessment, and tie tax- should be so flstibuted as not to fall ui'ly on the poor but rath6r ot the atcumulated we:Jl ttf the countryr We should look at the national dbt just as it is-not as a natondlbles.: bt ss a heavy burden on the inunstry (f 0-e country, to be dise :argcd n ithl t U!neceSSatV delay. It is estimated by the Sert:ary of the Tretsury, that the expenditures f,r the fieal year ending the 30th of june, 1 ', u% 1l vx ceed the receipts 112,194,497. It is g Ud 1ig, however, to state that it is alo StIIMated that the revenue for the year enling te :h h offti-, -067, will e,cce( the eedtures in the sum of i1 11,6S2,81 S. This _mount, or to much as may be deemed :ulicient for the purpose, may be applied to the renction of the public debt, which, on th...

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. — 4 January 1866

- - - - -- --- - - .- *P-16 - - - 17. MONTHS. . . Ps - HRM *F* 6 -6 6 -E NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY _VaL-M II. IS PU7BIMJFn; EYF,RY DNDA 'itlewberryA IL ily TMMs Ir. & IV azme TERMS, V,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS, - Payment required invainably in ad'vafice.) Adver.tiementsivserted at $1,50 per square, for - - Qht in8srtion,-$I for. eap suibsequent insrtion. XEr ge oipee, aPn-e 1invitation-s, Obituaries, - ad.Coomuications of personal interesacharged - e adietisements. - MarIeston Adverfi*ement& - ----------. AL M. 1 --sovD&L s. souD Aretibald GOt &Oo.I r -MISIO exUPPING, CM 8 FORWARDING MBC T -6 AD 128 MY TTSTR ETJ - Chadest.n, S.fC ..W1- NWANENMUSES RlEPESENTI JY 1% W . ~ANClS~ -adn 20 5 tf A.0' 19) ES it TN. 11 ra .. -harles L-Guilaaue - RT - * ~'kte-XVytee anastoxs. - S- 1T ILL MAKE IJR ADY\CF O Consi'znrc&thrggh b isMeak - .'i;ac &T::Kew. Yor essa.Do a~ viet.a & o. Ser r - 'Msr.Bome ert Cs ewba ,es.rs H.m:raas:r di A...

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. — 4 January 1866

ason-ic associaou in New York, called te Lodge' of Perfection, performed a singular - ~ernOry last week-a sort of umitation of -trbtian baptism. It is described as follows: -"The members having entered in proces sion, were followed by a party with six -chil dren, some borne on cushions and others led _ by sponsors and parents-a man following be -ind with the sacred triangle of burning can -. - - dls. This company made three circuits, es corWted by the lodge, the Masons chanting praises. Then advancing to the East, they tood before the Grand Master. Prayer was - -read and a hymn was sung. The orator then addressed .tbe sponsors and children, admon ashing them to be true to thpmselves, their neighbors, their country and their God. An qOtherprayer was then repeated. A font of f7amed water stood before the Grand Mas - Taking each child's- hand, he immersed - - n the water, repeatag Its name and the words, 'I wash thee with pure water. May. J God iSV thee and maintain thee in that inno -...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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