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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 June 1868

TREE DoLLA-ERS A YEAR FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF VNEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABL'Y IN ADVACE VL. T WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1868. NO 25. THE HERALD ]M3RY WEDNESDAY XORNING, A Newberry C. R., W TM F.. a 1L IL GIRM33= "E. 2MWV4 IN CUREMCY OR PRMVISIONS. P"mntrequired fnvariablyIn advance. sabrag Nodoes. Funew*l lvitations, Obit ms, ad Comnnastioms sabsting private tatsisa,ar charged.as advertisements. State DemoCratic COnventioi. .foXCMMWaRS O!tHZ FIRST DAT. CoWMIA, Jutae 8.-In compli ane with -an. iritation extended by the Democratic citizens of Mdgefield District, a Convention of the Democratic party of this Sate,met in Nickerson's hall, this fvf*iAg, at 8 o'clock. On motion of Hon. John E. Ca row,f Charleston, Dr. Thomas aSmih of Darlington, was ealled to the Chair, and A. A. Gilbert, Eq.; and Henry Sparnick, Esq., were yequested to act As Secreta rplI of Districts was then ma d 'the following gentle Asd took their seats as digta br* i"RIr,-M W. ULP.nvro-C. H. Simonton, Heny Sparn...

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. — 17 June 1868

. M EW.biMR , S. C. V46afy Xrning, June 17, 1868. The coinmunication signed W. M. E. on "Masonry," is unavoidahly laid over until vext week. Lack of space and tihw preventing its appearance in this - sUe. uMmay Marmonimu The Democratic Convention lately held - %nClumbi, after a two day's session, and a Onference through Committee with thAtietive Committee appointed by - hA FWi- Corentionr, repdrt a ba-is of snj*, mutually satisfactory to both raifeiN. The Democratic party of the Statethorefere it is gritifying to say are unuII n purpose. 'he proceedings Wi-*-**pubhsh in full on first p.ige, will be read with interest as :embodying the whole of the work done. It will be - found too, that'so clearly did. the April Onetilon see their way before them, "mssa entirely did they cnver the ground abcoeskry in this vital movement of the - ate, that the late Coavention, irith a -lpi*.neomedable- to ,that intelligent be4, Eba4'it unnecessary to intro do*c any anicting elements. The poph o-the S...

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. — 17 June 1868

b~r as k, thatI a C W prom i iogi h-r ha bika *W 4 getI himan with a bask -lied uever sen - inget he'w6 she gave -i' toe att itCO o ly, sDed .tdow. presentty he aid '- re a y~oedanut?" 01just se pied. *Tak Mitnp , e ~ tie*~d'-t pomtemip tveaely for - A--and- Wxclaimed, ** 6n . co I tboijght it ine6.-Cottoa. market dull at 960 Pis- ., ed Welowed diroo esnat 9:Ma 1U. WheO$ ~Owm~drm, but closed at ardecihe. ~ ~15.-Cott'a quiet and salki il bales; reeiLts daU and un% .~&-uper.uS8.25 a -8 5'. Je %ov market un Ian bes-m4dUip 28. Jans 15.-Cotto"n dull and nom 10 uling 28; receipts 47. _jJUne45 -Cotton very stead, at el.ow 1.12 a 1.15; white 1.17. 11Yo,Jie 5-4 g.-otton Ir ske 1%o,w0 b*9-vWn#s Pf a 10; - ax. ayers, 4W bear eddtbat thLse wbo ha d nei11 of- their taxes of topay the *maining a before-tie3thi nst. a~J -f. FELLERS. - 6th86*29S3 T.C. N. D. -ftewara anl persons, siite or blc&. 61"a trepassing on the premisea.of JLa Le who is.p absent. Par t ,ies ' ,'if-detbeed.ki'll be deal...

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 June 1868

Qerman. Stt1em~en1~, eetern Texas are an ex e on fd the generai character of 1 ridultural communties in Teas, for no plate in the world prosenta in its eorbination of uasturaIseenery and flarm lifea more pleasant pictare-than the eight or tetimileo of country on the San Antonio road before entering the thriving village ot New BraunIos. The road ransthrong. a succession of small farmsto the West, a mile .r'sodistant, is a range of high ndS covered with cedar, the dark bilgag.cotrasting-pleasantly with Nth light green foliage of elms thvidot the little valley below, -to.the West stretches out a lovely rolling prairie count:-y, ove' which herds of cattle are grazing; be tweeh this line of bills and t'e high, rolling prairie, lie the well fenced, well-tilled farms of our - Corman friends, their humble but oomlfortable houses surrounded by l-1the:evidences of an industrious adcitiized people. Here and tIe.re long lanes -lead from the prories to the bills to afford.a passagefor the cattle...

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 June 1868

pit> t> r I p FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVAC WEDNESDAY_MORNING, JUNE 24, 1868. N a..*AM W_R !JE, If.L - e in~a.a~,sanm to to Ip tbg; mesi-t - A as Bentimeaa bss Hwes thad I. ~ ~ J $me, 1e au ~that, _Wl am. -jb. wA iD the ws es h fob all 4efOre AL tQ - tl e4,an as skAng waenen. SAk- S Ar a tLne an 7,b -~itacy t s * hv Ibrr*meut - foei noi~tiOli a~tI~ iopin ~-r (ck rotheir o4sbe ssoir -wd ef he ei~vrMe pr. wIf h i l one of peace, restoration and or der. Peace if;is said hath its tic tories as well as war. It is the vtory of p6ace and of real fra ternity that the country needs. and this ean never be attained by the party to which General Grant has goue over body -and soul. 'They would revive the passions ad hostilities of war in a time of acknowledged repose. They can not therefore promote either unity or welfare. Many of those who served- in the army and navy of the United States, during the late civil war, uow. perceive the neoesity of "ex ti...

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 June 1868

e 8 1 a AMn24, 18S8 r qoterpo int ,nd~ suhscriber in iiot, . C", j infoued that,We idve ' U*wmo. of thrie eutretnen in iliq dis U10, w4o desire4 jg'eCbr# tbe.services of - - espeW . WfluiferdA .Penny, in diging - d2W them od the nt, imwipie aud sso --7 So"t if at JWtr. "a ft=ter Sews coureg to, .us; draPed fnJ Dinkins He was gifted with - ets.ho4b of tke hea wid J ai. 1r, Din1in. b.Id not rettched the .77-ldeafI ve r-o bi *Wdw ar.d -k&va the legacy uf a life that was blame - - '-a . - -Sm am Gas. 7ug.zhe vote at the county clec *Aekith the -1e o1 0,e 14RIieutin of g ejetimtR ion, we, fiad the followling re, 1f00bk- ar,0Rton, de-nocratic, gain. 69&; - L nms, 1218; Orangeburg, 243 ; Union, ; tanburg, .7925. ancste.1 .18; -- _F 2 OconeM, N ; breenville, tite 5if6; Trk,200 ;Ches - p#iper-tsxed comumniter that 4bglld ouhr Showe ~&A Cirus,:di& not. oaig this.-way enPle,gret& aga~ll, that hs sparedyot. Th - -heroi e line-Chester-i' as tN;1,''nd~ 'nproStable.i 0~ iiafftd...

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 June 1868

To daik at 80. Foa Dor 50.Wheat droop -2.Cors closed A' eat: sae 8 a)0; re-, a isseetton X.-Cotton easit, Cottow eaFfer ua; U)" 10, ~ ~Erana $1() o $114 75 T. GOUL - - Tesuftrf.. LU. A. 4YA e * u~cis apd fver ekaA Mue - esleas - T FANTS. - r.g; FAR. 4 ~rA .7jIM pa per~ 4 - t iot Shatthe his qse, and the by--bim, are forbid, * rupt, to prove their debts, or more Assiguees of his at a Court of Bakut .Court. Ho.te-, -.M.PZG. * ~ 9It - a~ of WfQ"lieri ficns - j4~ ~ e6th New Adertisements, W&nted--Agents. 5per mouth to sell the 4ATIONA FAMLY SEWING MACHINE. rhi, Machine is equal to the standard muchiies in every rspectandi. 4old at the low ri of $2J. Addes \AYI1UNAL SEWIN MA-. -CaINEJ Co., Pittsburh, Pa. Jane4 2 2 6m. NOTICE9. tee Nance will deliver an. addrexs in front ofthe frt House on the 4th day of JulV, at 5 o'clock, p. u., and all .itizens, lihite and eolored,'are corditlly invited .to e pre'"ent and bear what he has to say, ik he,ten4s it to be a friendly address to l parties...

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 June 1868

- S fafiful 3au of - anpeirn-maey es erittowady MiissdNawey Priest, 'a ~majtsG," ii Missa.ichusett%(~f e gn g- rhey - jatMisn 9%.yeas in Siamthe .si M detlen "vr m e.eNown bue; -ro abd ol Ite we 64*1'iDsos imet -- Samn.S Waig to Weow MA. .v..c- ~ U. - r'ke; it bftftsu pale mu-rtwaied in the geole gale .izu. I a* ber yet. -ftiber bioom her diwpW hads 19.de fa4*0 the river r-i.dt, - - anou .shias D stangely dark, - s& 0feo tartber side, se.teomed and angels be; soaeg for kse. A=VSaew -os *e 't streat a, u snhe. e for~"~ sy -q. wa a.e s.vi Rk athot tfieir bart&*o ioore - 13rals sormy ea: eDow$, on tha-e-O *oce - - t heytw siW ms,th a'tfor me. 4od~~~ Ppik, 9hMVM old A- Af n ab d Sare, -e - 4 r*D i oI - V. bs o*set aer I s- an sp - g~i@beting stre gth and is - est iaisd4'ly the -admimisatration - as or'dividing the raab -Zd' breaking down tT, ads aisindAssarrances hay e httpenvg~ee from New Yo rk that the noMiat ion -' r2 w p f ins there - by6 -, s, ukin dow . -- tu eptanceofal' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 July 1868

- -4* - us3e4ns A YwiJ FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVAI1ABLY IN ADVAYCE WEDNESDAY M1ORNING;NO 27. - * - -4- -__ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ E ERALD - - i ETaz - -. -~ IL. 4E MA,intl ktS A"UX, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. - eSRi egefSd iaiably In..ane CAiW.lIces, Funeral Inittatds Obit -Cuicatmes. sbemtg-pervate e ared as advertsements. * - - - e Phasw.) * ~ 1vm-t"~ rbAbx.j * - Y&rlk Tirnes al thd cn its State. 1ria: Our aWention has to ~he .fotowing ex -900, York -Times: 6 -Ats of.$outh Caro - ag,4cee hmseIes o4e inth' negro his- seemed a seaiblo - a #* Iif reeega1tiift e~f'a -plitl it fttit'4ws.t6Q,sS -i -- % 4e'ee ted by the w.oIe Sh.5kedthe prejadice -a patty., be 9 n of Aan,,ervas in noT~ nyegre never has, - an integg' 'Wemeet- of the )5 p~berIr why shoDla4 So.they gathered to,etbr a new - Outeptiot- th Demoets l ilMt ad| oeg SiAs &gfe.sfates tht - te saan S goer1 - A sfermaljy re-ai rmed, a (the - -aa,io f ~heCoi4ion4tt -t-.;aty, whe'eer will'terwi re otI n-n...

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 July 1868

Wearepermitted by Dr. Spence Welch - to make the following very interesting extracts from a letter Wrltten to him by M6 kiedt Dr. T. Tylei _showing a few of the ondedol features, agriculturally, of ClHfunrIa. 'fbb letter is well written, - and the accou.nts of what can be .done thero, gleeing and attractive. Dr. TyKr &-a son of President Tytr, and served dtring the late struggle, towards its *oe; as Surgeon of the 18th Regt. S. C. --'; afid iis,avorably known, to the most g4?te4ars. -With this introduction we commend attention to the letter: S- SRAmCIxescQ, CAL. May*18, 1868. 1.be I last wrote to you, my adaira --enA the. State of my adoption has - been althe timue -facreasing. You ask se to tell you what kind of a country * - can say this: on arriving -hol-nsistvnisbed at finding such a - Voaderfully -attractive country, and - t~aaf astonished at my past ignorance f6asuperioiity, especially as an agri -itural and horticultural region. Why, : ,4ke igiae to Vhich garden vegettble...

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 July 1868

1skehoseduty-it was to and'-.tim," said n f fersons Paa-.found it to e ungest son, in a e atAl tEention d vasit!" replied Wkid ~ i6 nipnion of m e - saapp ?", ar sdde turn to -enn - * ettj 17 a sD 8-.cot S t, butu na bayes....mng. L.ot baMdel4sales 1.-t hdulr bt 110 bales; Io deaeiers duIm ' m Ne~wbry~ to, leang at - - y -to retura on - O-.m' for each - As. L.WE.S. - - -8upr A.cE- : *. -. aens nd$taie '4asigne tienT dftt- wti gap& I.. - ' ali iM o - m eL 4.P.- d M dthissa-dsc. .7;7 h f4t persewuto saidBaa - WaiQa1et - - - - t .p.o m h s b e have thusbi.. MriaSU2CPC - y r aid w~ainoor' of . hi ro'-1s t naus, a eermhc ii be salt lRes i t needt a,s -. li)er ino daese 'o of ai wiprtnc to us al te acti'y n, igorr re tofr h nexroithreeita gije-seg alus beatw modeta. -Letpf therfor of on inteestead ho andmecss'ustlethe relt. o&r6 funihe o apcaio to al intesed.ins this emen,r tN rps fasrng aod potir t ane.earuy day -o stouh athe' PfLrees ae 'b eoreeithd of jteroterd-cer wht an 8ucs....

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 July 1868

- Spppk )Kindly. 9 A ,there is inck at ihe 6 ;;Uun and open.it' said M,rs. C rlwto h-r.little..so-n- one cold vet4itter.afternoon. -.V4.Ared was sittiveg by the^firqe -Ooeag-a nBIce book.-. te4-daliked bigdisturbed, and w,roser- slow'yI - wiloey his taother's eaman. M- Iy-i 6f_matchea edon tphee s a 'they are only - Stlnye-e do 'hay one !"? pleaed-& oor, ragged t --* hoiown~a&e -who stood shilv eMrwg or.the dootr-seSp, ind -bold ap'afew boxs of matches, as Al red Asked him iqng entle tone, -*41g he a nted. Ba.-ng!' went hdoor, with- an -angry Nor' frin the eros bi>y who seui it - - a&;ost before the,tgedittle ohad -finished s.peakingc. Mut t er i ng 77-vanethink about .-"lihose horrid eg gar bbLys," Alfred returned -to - - io4 and--his wrm seat by th -ow so fully eog; twhe .e poor Jaup, tbmatch -boy, sat asdwln theged him: tirnos-utie, tey ng bitte rl' s Poorlittle.boylIrte'had no good *-he;$a no~arzw.fireside no kid fWNrspedspder -abouttoery da, - in't6e wet and. cod...

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 July 1868

0s THiEE DOLLARS A YEAR] FOR THE DISSEMINATION 0f USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVAYCE A;rOL mu. - WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1868. NO 28. CAE HER AL D IS PUBLISHED -XMRY WEDNESDAY XORNNLXG,, At Newberry C. H., TYSS ?. a . K. ei 5nm11 *h6;VthR AlMUK, IN CURRENCY 6R PRovisIONs. #tyustKvluiftd invariably In advance. ltme Mkices, Funeral Invitations, Obit aris, and Communications subervin g private MIeaste,ar ebarsed as advertisements. hW laauguration of the New Government. IMRTANT ORDER. BraE'Qas 2D MIIrrar DzerarcT,1 Caox,6 C.,JQUe3,1868. E6=6ral Orders No. 120.]-Ext: In confornity with the law of t' U'nited States, passed June 26th, 1868, en.titled "An Act to a mit.te States of North Caroli n Sowth Carolina, Louisiana, Gesgia, Alabama and Florida to r6prometation in Congress, all oekofin the State of South Car oins, duly eiected and qnalified under -the Constitution thereof, a dnd igtprohibited from holding in said State by the third Wcion. of the proposed amend =Mt to the Co...

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. — 8 July 1868

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednsday Norning, July 8, 1868. Frank P. Bearl, of Columbia, is our authorized agent for the collection ol does, and for receiving suhcription or advertisements, in the City of Columbia. To Merchants. On our outside will be found a circular froid'r*W Editor of the Asheville (N. C.) News and Farmer, addressed to merchants, in which he proposes to establish a d.-pot Tor the collectiou and sale at that place, of the products of that luxuriant section of .coontry : such as wheat, corn, potatoes, apples, cabibage, Boar, buckwheat, &c., all of Which, as shown b5 this circular, w'dl he *uplied to merchants and others at cheap ratf, The apples, eahhages, &c., raised in th-mountains of North Caro ina, are e qual In size and flivor to those of the North. &ad tire circular. - Approved. Under headiRg of General Orders No. 1W4rwm Gen. Canhy in which t'e pf r sets elected on the 2d and 81 of June 19A under the authority of No. 77, which "provide for the more efficient ...

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 July 1868

mas. EUros-Telliag lies, and eves swearing to them, has come to be s common in this country, that it looks ike foishwess to notice a liar at all; b 4 ee -poor, dirty, lying, thieving, eOW*,traiUor to his race, and to everything decent, has circulated the report that I, Baz. Blease belonged to the Repd%Hcan Party. If the person whaolt odi that report knew me, be knew that he would have to take the lie WFot it, but I don't suppose he cares much for that. I will just state, howev *r, to those gentlemen, who talked about it, (aftr te thief who first put it out,) with the intention of making others be lew-it, that they are no better than the aathor, nd are a pack of perjured so6wduls, just or nearly as bad as the base 1ifike who stapted the vile slander. WhoeV& the cap fits will wear it. Nor can they say that they can get no satis faction, for I do not claim age or debili ty, but hold myself at all times personal ly rbponsiJe for what I say. B. II. BLEASE. Taz U KWI To kE THRow,. IN ...

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 July 1868

My Acre. 1,bad a acre fenced around A little modest piece of ground -Mv father gave me, and I ...ade Shift, dav by day, with plough and Ppade Workiug while others danced and played To cultivate iny acre. . sowed my seed-9-little store; So little 1-but I had no more "Thii is not borrowed, -ut-my own," I said, "and, when the hours were flown, The harvest will be mine alone The grain reaped on my acre." Thn cnae the snow, and Winter's cold; -Te slorwy piuds like cannotn rolled, .Por. four long years-and in that blast, That iron hail that hurtled past, The toutest trees fAll thick and fast Around my little acre. But nothing barmed it. Spring-time came: every side, Hke yellow flime, .Blazed butterwupa; and etrly buds Made pictures in the laughing woods; Bfedsang, I heard the noise o-floods Around my smiling acre. 'The rich rode by in h .riots fine, Going-why iot ?-to drink their wine. "What hafm," I said, "in being gay, Ia laughing the br git hours away ? ll idle thus, perchance, some da...

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 July 1868

- - A . FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. INVARABLY IN ADWAC .. " WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1868. ~gIgntR RARD Ssa i' ra ment neen azes ox paovwsous. ~Vq~~UiIs 1mm a Matsses, Obit do U .N.eIe-being a, manj4r's w, 4beewi k'ead-bile thei tiheof a -1"WO Oti fe s ne th . - at a-# s asigr pdass a;e e ab e a f n ms eMctIA- fever the ag ea-grar4.2 ; sdin ebelepking ON the , saaa -eoo Sa we a 'be4 win he aea t.e .o A ..ae -m igsrbake k tsve~ i t4 , . - Wlo efre the .gie.a middleQ asakes fbass. He dies- , .wa W dee i2e he can iNa7giTr, de sy-sidtil ealed 101ae ta a s u .hs w ~iea d with whidh she rose in bthe-tte the bengpy gIhadrop or' the i - s ape* dtb -e6 sens Qer%4 u t'nesag bmt ess at atday. 2the paae da Shth eorE ut.. teir soivas. A eover policy the this can scarcely be fissytee tbefr ct'ttle bet, If gege 'poet to be grinb s't.k eilmor eelt, t y s~k. a dBwell: ce4d for b*'1Ag -seg .Nho would sof dq this w be oeesidered 'etreenety eIo.gMed.- Mhe -attle- re Metahwsed to be...

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 July 1868

T. Atterbary ; Clerk, A. 0. Jones; As Mabiet Clerka, J. H. Hendrix, James " t aer e. Simonzs a"nt Cbsrles tirown. 'hbe cobmittee recnmmend- that r.a Chaplaiin be appninte<l, as tht dutty eould be perforued gratrjt u4-v. ,Abe rectvv,emrte4 that the Attorney. GWene ra ppgg $e'i nrossing.lThrip mnd lso two fegai renen _ -nA d 4i "t hills, red$ttins, "e.- " S'hendrIdv A 'gti.ein, by I vop of a to 28 are to Wadixted t~ eats, -their - eredtials tirs t eintg referred to eotu ittee bn Bril.kges and Electme.. -The jint resolutn, rstjfying the pro poae-.tourteejth art}cle, pg d, twelve - t otKngti ngagg - *ng ik apdrtance was Clik i D>r.--In the Senate Hon. F. J. Imes waa-invited to a seat on the tIuor. -- ratber hard s,at. J. W.: Denny of .barIbston, recommended as temporarc printer. Notiea given - thrt a report ztpon the as.ets :a'd, liabilities of the -v+i woeld bfinade ; and lkso a bill. for th.cmpleit of the St-te House; a tesolution to provide a committee of five - oa.port names -...

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. — 15 July 1868

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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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 July 1868

---- -Og 4hing oeir or' a..frend's es da.y, Iade my way the entry to the small ak eart, wheie ed, the only con arying btterly. .h - d w.hat iskEmMyr" Ug: Rry a uR Ire going e - _atb ,iQ d.I wit t4 go." le Ned -C blij aoe agrily ~?aWhos little dog is this ?" I y ' s-ari brown Spanil .came bsandugap &gaiden walk. _ ;Ite ieoiedidNed in an Sedreefne "D't you know - I ha4 one-T' - '']!o, indeed. What a *ne fel 1#o. 'Where did you get him, -Ned?" * sF her bought i a for m e. * ~ .~im*knoiig. aad -I teach - W ry thi,gs. See himt find a "oR aed,wipin away - ~tmw hasknifs nto the e-. "The. Wag," sad he, % A i d mny kife," Wag -the grass, d, aiter . est of smellieg and wag - g, -h ha tinphantly forth, sqb e"t te h ife.to his poaa gtq; and ag laid it - at ty feet - - 7''isT a kife tvwe aYYfl - tat. gveite me on my " 'o , too" " .Ned --oked bgjyand g tt for - gr . N, a . -o 1*. - iA it AXe; but I've. gt * i - tbr deg 'a .. e ndf . a- - kp tokgetLaeas i l ,.-+. - md gtnaedt sele -- trk sad~ ...

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