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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 March 1868

~ -- - - ."--.--- - - - - --- -. 4L4 F TRA A ax&,i FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE.$lVRAL .NAVNE AM L pq cuap. ~'g~~~AY ORNING, 4*4 Maa AS/3WZ INl CURRE Y - omgaonan - wth~lafIS a~ ~~~-~Omeetion drawsi - - esinrCour - e aong~ 4 nV,erition ~ WgO &f ate af hi of State offices, -.r - diabosa of Cngressional -nore,and -moro *i ao -believed that Vill adjo0 about qkEw" a VeAtird Rhe aM on-th of 1he Legislature. gUa4atueas pro or044Mearly in ApriL. 01io9thus far - A ende'ee dby - the - yb mmbers of - ismquesTao which ea %baje given rise - rieswu~.heet - -w a R m # z tra t h - a e p - i baggtto the"en eeoghest -680 -a-. .L. . 3IOS V.ftla 9Elmi. - d'eb*,be Sec %db Coven'on. In th :e mnn cadteshare 3.OetDna ofO NewuSbey Allen, o Greevile,ad . h lattrdnt. Hie elceGovernor, Mr ilbr is alsow apoken. a ah I~Filn candidatesfr setnar-oe Dorie .. Gos,ofUio -.M laattr t.bTerlee Goveror strong- cohtest to secure the nomi nation of Governor. The candi dates are Col. T. J. Robertson...

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 March 1868

w6ire. Qow ftesen AM .ry. To the *XCluio Uf a oion of or - ndue varikty; we give p*ee to - his leaer from Mr. Perry. That he is iright there can be no douht. Our policy is elearly laid down by him, and it be hooves u. as a sensibie people to act on his advice: MassXs. EronTWSN. MERcUvy: The apa thy and imaitfferelce tf the people of - Suth Carolinta to the impending degra udari,n, itifiny and i tAnt 'w .ich anit thei, policically, s-cially and pEunti arily, are indeed appalilig. They are now staNding, as it Wei C, on a tlitagizinle of powder, which-a spak nmay at any time ignite and low them into etern ity -|eie'li oiruir Wd a blak volcatio, wVOWsW opheavig amid partially smothered 4lities, are-unn. htakable of a terrific ex plo%ion. .And yet no one seems alar ted -'thnkofmaking ttin slightest effot to.rees Ibien'elf, his fanily or country - #mthe th tened de4truction. Neru'. ddfing 'rhile Roic was buruing is pro dence and virtue to our 'tiesent inseisi bloaand voluutary stupw- and ...

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. — 4 March 1868

* ~ 4 - of i. LT et States. - -~1m me maUotte JOWN C. S. * Totesth9toutbe 2nd day a__ Warrant of Bankrmptey thef s District oort of the 4WA-fONhe District of -outh Caro IL the es*e of.John C. S. Brown x = Cot Rmn in the District of F, in sid Dirlct, who-has been ad a Bankrupt oi his own petition. Spermenut ofaay debts and the de say proper%; belonging to such XW*N*Wft1bh, or his use, and the by him ae forbid AW, l anthat a meetlng- of the Cred* BMk4npt, so prove their debts, one Ulm s of his - 46d aW t 2'Comt o f ukru y at &Wbde4y Ourt House at e, i$'bet%e Renry Sunner, 13a,Ba-p-yforsaid Dis% a7thdayor pr, A.-., 176 at - ~ * A. M.-. -~ PING, Ma& inRruin l. District. - - . f 'ao -tA LARSEI, -10 st Deputy essenger. UO*t Court of the -United States, JaDistrldt ot' SiOth Caroina: In te,In.*he'mxMter of Isaac ITyt' q oca6eeii: The under. I W # e, Ofjis appointa eO estate ofCIsa Her JIev&91W. I.r the Dis tl b d-State olfuth Caroli. 81LOe, ' whq. has been ad - 's* 6p4 open his ...

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. — 4 March 1868

0 -. 4AT A LITTLE LODGEI wammer time bad fted ly, Briakly "November trade" was coming, Sweet seameer idleness had pawd, And I should homeward journey "drum. * - ming." Burstrange reluctance, slight at first, 'To hosme return grew slaily stronger; Because the re --tor's daughter s>nid, "I wish you'd stay a little longer. -And so I stared. What can one do, When rectors' dalighters, young and pretty, * Declare the iown will lotwlv e, Whii Soneone leaves it for the city? Acd thu one d.ty it came to pass, To know my fAte at last I sought her; aid down niy true love at her feet, Theui asked the rector :or his daughter. -Oyer his glasses, big and bright, The rector looked in simple wonder, %en Wiped- them with his kerchief soft, And.lonked again-through thcin and -nder, He said that -May wasl2ut a cliid, In fancy I mast surely wroug her ;" And ended all by telling me, "With him she'd stay a little longer." - whin her eyes like i'lets filled With dew upon their silken Lrim, Tb good old f...

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. — 11 March 1868

_____~~e "Z__ - -~ Am" I I DEFOR TE DON F FU T -."NSAYMAC ~-Q..--. VOL. IV. ...M.. - ~WEDNE-SDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1868. .CTKERtRAL - k das"e.t 11,111bm , bri - eAnIal" chment Meet g i*]New York. - Waae M!to3 RO?!X&, ZTC. 4 -02 Bopp-ma~", IMi, edl was the diene om was 7 ayne ea.m.lo said; AN* et aoag the invited ~~ Hnam as Z a silent as abe'to make an earn . protesta Minfta grievome Ati thessed in th-espital of : 11w Ubtry. He spoke, not as a !tw si Ammecan .Citi I rt of utter. his the - W" *t. mie O -po et poirted~t$d ae did mht - 44ebwol e-rmd ]Cto and ~'toa ffl iierso g6. Mrisaeemeabor. 40ie'n o t fL ~he PrsiestliM Sagins of one President and l Jpnaeers, of another will Mtand.idey side on-the pages ofU histoy with-ike odium. [Cheers.] c He wead wgra.-Congr"es not -to f proceed in this mittec Therer j &tbebsistaseby-foreei but g 4h gaut trvidf anfeimlized age a sti ire p0Blie opltion ex- *c ii dti&iHbli6 know' how r Tbe fg)i~gre lati?ase wer entiusiastically adopted: ...

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. — 11 March 1868

XeIh 3-Moring.-Ran4olph ymyed, the roll was called, and the minutes ofysterday morning, read and con&med. On motion of Parker, General Caby was requested to rob the S6ti of the-furter sum of 8O idefray the expensew of the asibiage. Section 1 and 2 of the rePOrt on -7 - isellanems provisions of the oonstition were passed to third roeding, but the vote on the 1st The sbiatute er nE of - - teWW y report, which was 4thi.peciaTord.r, ifas~indeinitely Vsidd i6roduced a petition to ~aMp asttlers on landaparchased the -ited States, and other -00 iadisposed of I*ich was re kr to,.th VOMMMOP. on Peti ta-s ,ith diretion' to report to &orr 14econ 4 of the ednoation report en aup and pending its dis osR o -tb4 hour of adjournment affited. , rh4,.- fP. wksen prayed. ae Conention resutmed tbe consid kh4 o f. the foUrth section of the re - - of"tE ommittee o tExecutive %*jibe'dQjj'Of-Ajje Geeal A.; *_OVIoWde A the compulsor -t eithe. pubi Ir private 'h (A. chidren betaoen the ages tI6 and 1...

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. — 11 March 1868

-ase et V. W. Busea, Osmaw. Mi-" Dwfts ,kkv*Bbw wbo baobeen -vArd*b" and the at shtgoas such aw.- bw e his uad the pery bhh, amlor MWf*.stAfg thk awfimiql, to psw thir -s S bad at ar of W be 6 at NembPsey at 4sw-A4 sad before ia Rank ILM. eram sose. PTO atand 16 some a" 6t W arss e hk. hit #8W 3.en~d lib eep Mwanys dbaand emis .fo 444 Ot.e11-M -- - .- Vse - 1 6 d st4a 4 watm etBan a i fo At b est Abai *N* , beheld a Ditrid Court Of Wh Mited ~Atee For the Dqesit d C t- n G U s Bnkmptcy. Is. natten e WN. LM BakrIaPL. This is to oeotice that on the 3d day tI M*~3S~a- wranV iof Espk.r~ptey w ~ ~ 16 VwFqGPl Ehat - Ioi'@ h United Stato for the Diatrict of South Carolina, against the Etat -of WM. J. Lake Of Newb,r n the Dstrict of Newberry, in said 'abs hba& adjdged a eghi owa peution : that the pSyM"t. ny dbts and the de livery of iny property belonging to M&ch m r hir a id IU of any property by him, a o bid4m-by *w; aod.tht a meeting of the crOiiiof mid Bankrupt, to prove their d...

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. — 11 March 1868

onorexchange list with ICU But We an't help let- f ting the publie know that the '-e JDW. wfxt Name of tI KI Tarbox! We like your 19 tjut eithel ehange your North CarOi1a.,*ti Boath i h" but fittle ue - for T oxes~; but, in tbis climate, ald 0 ttint,bad you uit IV Pmiaotlot t% USOLe b4,n eep your box we - dwith tar, "in order.'P gaia i frmw come away omn.-n The - South Caroliians are - fery people; and :Fon are what th asurauce aglents ou call an "extra haardUs sor Tarbo! Dear Tarbpx! et us at you to git up and git"; t soon e Teduced C int,jc des awdvs- W"iingtol, . CT Star. -b e ~ deidedly t&rified by the abovantie but eurd'ete. miT - ~ to etdto our friend no 4iiws sad. Wit promise -not to ad,bx.' We know % W els" exhibited a. great - the late war, a 0 le: fieldsilatet tbjitA *e Cannot "git up and gi.l. beer-of thef %atfrac tiox tw in Georgeown, we - 1~ob1lged to ire up as br i ean to cheer our' ea f day ' o despon ~O= eivig thtt a ameiryone is bet - n eese ssrepning.s-'W offil...

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. — 18 March 1868

d- 4 WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, - avamce. b# ~~nie -yCOmmliOt deA beraly N with - 'le i gil-that - - -.sa safe0ty thi fonowing: ifkW and fbi*wof Caro en theji .*ill in vel *4044 xepelip ist n j%wer is 1sed from the have . idrg force as gebineof.the~ Maerican ~and aattepts, Tfom - e~u~ftWoo4a2nd to pe ~I#Webt or aay de 1~emb.e shall iider be ei 4 pn aish their sen en say ubjet, absing r'e - b erv - abuse of that .~i Abiil be enact ~i~ihS~"idge the lib d~wkth press. Esi6aeuidator the inestigating showee al-enct of effeere or as. $ e4 espacity; or -hen ISProper for truth there -''r7ibel the jury shall be the judges of th& -hw and sisi tioperson shall be de. pive* etsbeight to worship God ~O tbe Neates of his wur emesi ; Provided,- That gda 7 $'o~nscience hereby ~d6red all aotjustify practices - with 4ae peace and 0. aOZjG rm, of religion' s~p etablished by la# ; tit 4a b%tIke14tny of the General~ Aqibsely to ps suitable laws to] pr6tset every religious denoinina-I tion in the pea...

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. — 18 March 1868

34~konaenthe- prabp5 .. RYWhttemore. -he Presidetiatntounced, is the first tasness, the special order for the con sidezation of the Ord'nance for a division 6f the.State Into Congres?iorial Districts. The ordinance to divide the State into four cong&ezsional districts, and, after some-diission on the amendment of $red.by.O. M. Wilder, of Richland, and on_a motion to strike out the sec:io -providing for the election to Congress o1 two mpresentatives from the State at - - arge, tho;,rdinan-ce passed to its third 'reading as reported by the Committee. The. aiw special ordtr, which was the to w6iwas recommitted the 4th set at W ee U of the Legislative)ei pwtment, relative to the aportionment of representatves, was taken up. - -r E. W.AL. Mackey made the fol - - loEr $p*rWof the aimendiatnt submit teby the Committec : "Prqvided, That until the apportion ient which shall be m1ade upon the next 'ei*doh shall take effect, the rere assign -osf the. several couaies, as -iheria stated, sht...

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. — 18 March 1868

Khi, iore o -ibes, bound .and .12 . ? -bl& - Alffats and WEt *t. the'SWl of Stories in t- Town jAVAinS or th'er. prpryof David Kib IN eres, more or kls, J. Price, Jo soph C.l ~ vied on as Omhe d tbe suit . 3 ore or 4n- .Uit-of S3. M. D. - CaroHa rn OfIRONAS *strict of day ptcy fro Nw"(* ee.GsifeUS - ajzr isai Isse'-h sW -t 1Sof, and before ger. o th t theheirda - ab esaa o -Bank-c Ceart ~eriSammEuer o a458L th za.n*eo - u*~es1 bl uhedat barCoutfbnk * d..pMa& ii, distreht, - . yra b ansa c, th* iabh(iNew-s of wu.s-ruo tes ath tax on lerpse we rest,r h~<~huaiau~ hc, *ih@ness,I oei. th 9ghe itb t e te hd reister ei*#~ayeta~es,distributise shares, executor or trustee, mast ake ~ ~' 4~sA,swoc t~ rtvslon. - ~ OF BOUTHKCAROLINA. gZW3333t DibTRIT. ~,JAsLPeou.a Orin of Newbmny * ~ ~ b Ch basa Na e o(d~itration,d bonis 't aforid be ndapparbefoes meas- '~Ia~s Cours for the ~~tui~~Islbuat Newberry Court Usag dayof'March. to show drwbn .and seal, this 16th the eurLourLedone etCourt of...

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. — 18 March 1868

Wntfer ei Gran. is .4Aeiing thige of his son in the w York Ledgi.givesthe follow - gu t ofthe 'JZ f -e General -*hen -a boy: S, wfien he wasaoy, asL6w -aWe-Glong, in. which there was a ~na enjrIoed-to go roua the ring like lightning, and - a.w x ta4hrow any boy that twtde him. Will eooe firward and ride -s y ?' Rhouted the ring-mas tpr %9epped-foward and Soweno 0 oy. The perform ance began. Round and round and 4ound the -riqg went the pony, faster, making the greatest effort - otheie3. But Ulys as ate&dy asif he had grown to the, pony's back. Presently out e monkey and sprang - up-behind UIYsses.. Th e people set up 'eitf shoftof a^ghter, * a ~ agraa, but iti all peffect -on,the rider. pe ring-master made the i oney Up . on to .Ulysses' eeders,standing with his feet 4 h lders and with his h.d& on to his hair. At ,o4e4n4 a still, -bcW.pqt a muscle of - wees ce moved. .Tfere was. ~.antireor of his-nerves. A few norbdSs, atite ring-master - - aa itig,-4L had-eora. across a 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. — 25 March 1868

. -J.L - ,~ .- . 9M ~ 4a. * * -- 9 9K, - - spit FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY N AWk?Q WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1868. 1O13. Q X, QCRNCT a 3AileUM4JI e~ x -LESLATIVI DuAIMMW g e fower geaset branche~ the one~&b e r-On& eU zSta$e Of S outa e*= 3tsT th. -armain as - i-ie *Kn tee a Wbter - bEetre of sa atdIe, by Ri un,ty sbail~.be -*ad t4wety-Ve to., less tvqty4e qu yemiles. Eaeb e leetion - -~IFt~ hf be 4 -every tenth 6 teh maanner a t e b~3~ ei l~y at 4 mediate -eeeeeed ~efeet, the rep resentataan of the evOral counties, auted, -i be "i.Jo - Jows: ;4 Anderson, 2; J.zeuell, T ;Charles ..2; 2; Da rmg1 pM-Nitre X TXiMwberry, 3;OQeonee,2pthasgeburg, 5; Piek eas, I; ibland, 4; Spartaniburg, bprg,S; York, 4. -" See, 5. If the enanteation here in directed shaU not be made ip the coursa$g-he yea'- appointed for thguqose, it shll be the du ty of the4overger toliave iteffeet edlson therefter as shall be peneticable. See--:6. Ia asaigningreipressfa. Lives t...

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. — 25 March 1868

- treta6 ha ',its Aled this beloved of Gods -Our= ,dead baby, under. Ok. bears that She. and echo afAe.h, - Oh, sean to blindly raIning! Our hear ane weak, yet being feeh, - e eung for or restrainingl ftg.dat sleep! Cold rains-thaU steep Ntte satde dwellin; eit"aek ksw-go fat be l - What Wds toms an swelling; -ad bkdo wOiif, Is he warm spring, AAd &ewr a bloom aboat thee; em w1k ie b d them.lovel bt oh, the Isbe.s withoes theI "t vMl be comfbried I OMs IMe gracoew-GOver; yi@ hbw 27-w& dead . not ded he tosiw car i ours for a day, sRnmmdner's boso! Oe g the o etion 1biwfebbwing synopsis embraces the of the proceedings of the last days of the Reconstruction Convention, which terminated on Tuesday, the 1I7th. Amiotion to request Gen. Canby to dew $14,000 to lover all the expenses - emeetin was madebya wide awake Ase**vnd approved. Rappily..- or posterity's sake, an ar -- 4ere- presented himself before the -OnvOniONfor the purpose of making a ieture of the asembled intelligence....

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. — 25 March 1868

ew in & e most. -gyet'. raket and, 3 PPc - a- - g 1t OO Veaiisn"keHU. ao VFW 47 O7, whC7p _ f ~~&ven#g.Dseatt 3 easku!asty taf b ~~0k from Geetn ad e -4 me sa 1-n brns wiky sees. U an se simegsno m..o... ar.r. 0IE SPRING MILLINERY. Mrs. Fredrika Harris has jut received her splendid %Spin Millinery,- aud hav ing been fortunate enough to secure the services of a supe rior MiRiner will open on the 2d1i isns t. rc.18,.2 Ifiornaton Wanted. 1, short time before the surrender of Generat Lee's army, James G. Peterson was furloughed from Richmond, Va.,'and start ed for his home in Coosa County, Ala., but finding his health would not admit of his .reaching home, he turned to go to James T. Peterson's, in .Edgefield District, S. C., and bas .,ot aini 'been heard from by his famafty oi raitions Any information rela tive to him, whether .e be living or dead, and if dead, where buried., will be gratitully recelvedby the-undeirsigned. Address me at Holly Springs, Dallas County, Arkansas. 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. — 25 March 1868

T,4IP LIGHTLYI 2 p tly over trouble, Trip lightly over wrong, - - e only make grief double By dwelling on it long. - Why.a~p oe'. hand so tightly? Wby* $Mgl:'e bkmmm" desd? Why cing to form unsightly ? WV, Dot seek jojinse?. Trip lightly over sorrow, Tho*gh al the day be larkr, fbi*yine o-Mbriow, And gaily sing the lark; Fair hopes have not departed, 4 beWrosjmay ha*efied; # a fer bkown-bearted. * Put Vk fodO iUstea4. 4ligtly over sadue, epe t stringf-gtidness, ) hn*ifa'ide'otf-the-tomb; Whilst stars are nighty sh ining, And the Heaven is overhead, Acourage not riepiuing, But Jook forjoy ijstead. 5 ngraved on the grave of his wife two sheaves of wheat, thrown, as it were, carelessly together, with the SwrdIs : "We sha ripetn in hearen." Mster YL%kt-d I 6s fair pu - iH, ,An you de a kIe " Dbop.. S a e 7urtesy; sh'e destiv -edY s,ir ; hult I do't like to. The read.chirnpiowof tc ring- m-th rs with -urgtters thi arry. - -uu',Wbe Nsuict of South Ofrhla ftr - .4anktWpey. Ln -te matter of...

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 April 1868

'&&BSA -Y FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVAFC v*Ljy. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1868. N0i4. ItMEH IRALD I -'*. I V W M f tIM M -M L . DIR ,~ w" *0 -Ott or,Con earstnneoMre, 2 sea,se ~ .20 essao aaejL -' b ou*nt Order. "-H bee- submit ag gi 3 iL D 1 aJ.a 40ra to Cong-eno - 1 feteSoath ardIina, ini ith the .tt of Con M e - Mareh -2 - er re 4 ae biamW Anuvig, by a or othe 9th day of MNaueb I188 provided that the lbtall h submit w10 tsi qdhe pfovisions of na walk&r, e,tion 4] W oiri *AUited *.pvided, and thenotcethere r'tb.sai4 ,J-on andassengsarthr provi di, by tICatesW beinaeeg gehtat;hmieusaimes election e6mi ta.aj Goiervrior, igau ~6ve~% 4atant andin a ereea ;&eretaryorState, a-speroHertiens, Treasrer, esdetigii faibers of ige 4~~1IIi Asmli1 and further t'iae1esetioa shae be 4taa. it Booth Carolina, ese os $usday, tehe 14th dy 192pi, and ending on Tues. 4cyege April, 1868, ag egigert vterb of sei Beat4bm FOie GPor-Consti a*hse e-thssi...

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 April 1868

NEWBERRY, S. C. Winllay Xorning, April 1, 186& TERMS. - one epl, one year, . . . . 30 six months, . 1 6) Fte espies. one year and extra copy to g_ss9 ap of club, 15,00 an espies. one year mad extra copy to r p of club,. . 25,0) Strictly in advance. The b sark denotes the expiration of mmb" @Wipltes, and the paper will be discoitinued It 34mewd. Twsasist advertisements cash in advance. Job work must be paid for on delivery. One Fame. tah -erocratio. -Conven to be held in Oolumbia, on the 2d OA$M,rifl6e passed over the railroads, to ad hackfor one fare. I Pavilion Hotel. r4 ekt-visit to the city we were "tiWd to notice that this old and fa _6te house has lost nothing in the lapse tyese. It is admiaVy kept up by ft Poprietess who is ably seconded by .1r. A Butterfleld the Superintendent. Wseo.mmend the Pavillion to the up - s for-conenience to business, for wappoited management and for com The Galay. .Wot.e plesed to find1his very read a ".ies again amoong our ex -it having ceased ...

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. — 1 April 1868

ex itT26a1 .C., b Ses of cotton R.-Y. ot tonI IS. beffir, but F M xvA aw_tfrpoclosed oWo10,0n' as)yer 2, Gold Marnh S-Cotton active and tin a ls 000 bales-middling T; NA a SO.-Cotton market- more a settled; sales 8V baes; &"M, U0201b ye*tag.-Cotton a- ; Orleans U1 a llj; k yertise m ts. ~-GOODS.: j secelved Ame, ati. Browtia Bleached Shetings, White Goods, JVottonalfs st'ped osna rfs we &c., &c. 8 ee in Cotton, und much cheaper I ke pndersigned hav, i iod bereafter at - 1142 O-r"oefs, tawns, 2Poplins and Mo 4'ain olreredl mueh tliahasimiiaf g0ols *st sea-son, by Sar).e lou Grif1n_s .maUi Sethe Blades , - R. STEWART. Ap0d let superior Wa -Vaftetore m.cd, all the - siedame&13sa .fufl as-ar twnent ~R. ST .ART. in Bduca wadf a h'e - Itm ot :oaoem al be pre . seoa, nd alH persons1 deee wI 'pay.nent to the sameC. L1. GR1ERSON, 4 ..NDERSON. puiase the in seto r .W Grierson in the above geeni t?tflesamue old J. A. HE RERSON. rei$tinfiorms his lihc gcenraly +.hat though the -...

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. — 1 April 1868

Origin of Terms. - ansm."~&-In thelatterpart oUthe -fth century, Geneseric, -doran4ng a force of Vandals, cosed from Carthage to Rome, and destroyed that city, in mere wantonness of power. It was thi& cir&cmstance whieh origrina ted the term of "vandalism," as -applied to everything harsh and crel. Pelitical .icknames-"Hugenot. -The term "Hugenot," applied to a,eet of French Protestant, is a niekname.-They were forced, from fear:df the Catholics, to hold Tfheir meetirgs at night, in caves and rocks, and were on this ac const '"aigenots," after King MYagenon-the prince of "hobgob lins." "Aristocrat."-The term "Aristo etsat is a politieal nickname, also, -ad is of French origin. During a revolution in France, the nobili tyi derision, called the revolu tionists-who were composed ehiefly of the lower orders-"Can aHie," and they in retaliation caWed the nobiHty "Aristocrats." "Wi.'-The two epithets, "Whig" and "Tory," used in Eng iiid, originated in a similar man ner. The Roy...

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