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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 July 1868

-- Woi D BS Yj FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE.[LAIBYI DAC ~VQLiVJ. A -~--~- -WEDINESDAY MORNING, JUY22,16.Nc0 gOILy Y NOMnNG Q e E.ti1C, -1nvtaekus; Obif as advetee The Nominationa Accepted. lar - l a9e at amm,aif r on ht. the Di n he t gfasrl teodered.by Qer gnj' Qbi, Go e _r Sey 0WUgeka is folows J- - a"l . p o v oO U o R A $t te,Me&wan CatmsA- 4J W isase rthank yee for Agm arrs in,wMIh -ts , naeated to metkOAe ,Zmanoei-ae iabu enion. [Cheers.] I have no weeds adequate to express my j .s the ged ii4W -aid 20iessrhiefr- IDy-hs ift d'ined 'ai it'an " w ab oMCIe. a's now PoOetty; (Great Bydo # 'itr -thde . aBkeii an ta gre3 $.] : f 's .a9 s g A.a W %ep fhesola bagg Anh by theeoteions Aedqs'tice1s ?yhieh' iiote agitate the country. -litl pre inpaegiByoeof utsosbews pegrry thaem ~hw4#.nstbtatagesd .4bsrdieeie eee to 1eid t6as eryroerety fe ieirdrowlad beIs ~eyinia~k'ebTeew seit ..t etnSoe 4s..w.eeds eLdia.d. oa bif'RetheyomisE~ternes &Edfofy -Tuskos fo your '*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. — 22 July 1868

The Legilature. 3Am DAY-Senate-The Lt. Gov. elect, Lamuel Booser, appeared and -UAer previous order, Senate proceed ed to ballet for Senator for short" term :--nIt: _Robertson $8 vobes, Perry 5, eekey 1. Robertson elected. For the -nerspited trmi F. A. Sawyer received ieotes, Mackey 9, ?rench 5. On the dbh ballot, Sawyer was elected. Senate being caled, standing esmmittea rree aouneed, but we . do - " Netn it important to give the names, eor he committees, every one being gen ralIy, sequainted, with the latter, and with ie "former the less we have to tuw or say the better. Crews of Lau -bW everLO, it may as well be known, l an Railroads, -Infernal Improvements and Claims ; Henderson. on an ordi a aste tQ Establfsh a Land Commissid; . oeekacation, and Public Buidings; aa $otonOa Penitentiary, and State Hougep n& Grounds, fter some other unimportant trans sctioun, house piroceei .to ballot for SQaato fdr short term, resulting in the odoberson, ty 207 votes, Perry " & S.eyer '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. — 22 July 1868

an= as ha a d ty Ssome kid wi tb dbline, sends ns e.foDwinS ef*, bih the request Moss a 'e mt happen to seeP!fi ts ai c1 d o th yea f':iaweAe, VIM dst: mth idd}e es in'search ofa cooer place. A,l I r Vistpig right many Jih at ak yoS noW. wry ; hard. it sear ao os las grntraaOOthing se .,,,et,,o smri s side With ls,buwt@ebs SSS Ae_ aL pm-T a aw. --ber to bIe'the tan , a bea show IM etecue ~ laawhan eMose ~~thV4SS*A& ifm, ohm"T0 to abs0 0sad tQiedas tlgt d fr lr opig; afg? btsespetT1619 uiset - e S* b fri g , -. my returo,. to - a the -scales had turned and $ LS faiber,. Who cab -'-bo - fer ~pesay, a - ' a a 6 g 3sa thousand 844 -- kat3 atn .o - 00a~ - . -0 u; .de, 1 eoi GeeSry eie -. at tl *m seb n Clatle Beeen ater -amols een~ die ane m-Go -e dpalea&akinlas NI~' t ~i~.Pa Dpoded by lnd by- h . bve s-Cabee, tsee Ben cmeangi ...tn the s~ oua reSti Dpo, ea oude Farchasers to fr slamps anA paspers. Whte Gralite WaeO. C. C. Ware, Gl ~ass Ware, tmps' &Ec., &Ec. which we pro...

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 July 1868

A Verosfatcuer m wis ass - sIowm 4tgr to th*:eCre of d we give'a fewv . b a=liiable to a thei4 os tr lo g time foi reaaw &i shse .that bave* been tbrugh,hen he 8ew We $babe.: tc stand.t-he i'efs au diengt-h of das. " a giahors at.tie plow pM L-eker Paeh day-. T$wegaLwoi-kef4fr.on7 o'loqk - in the morning until noov, thea -a i * aftPetbf anhoupt eat, were vrked-'vrom ecloek till Si. M., . withebodgaf an1 iin g to thb deffe a asty supper - tego te rter. - elnayis'long enough for man or beast to labor in ^the S- d4e-faa tht- eainot i do his work i4,tla.time is a poor caleulator. His harness sbould gres##6% ndMlsnou.mt . es the sa i-ola'r on a twelee-kadred-pound horse tIIt .The se on an eight-hundred-pound are the result of three . - aU- i *- O ossTR? a d beat. Fricton tdgs or traces, - as the horse-turns to the right or eft, ouses gall upon ther.legs, while.other straps gall.ohe- parts. - .. back-pad and eoar cause - bls6y,pressuareen beat When - neam etes teist a noment in - a ut...

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 July 1868

j A &i FOR TIE DISSEMINATION OF USEFuL INTELLIGENCE. SY:. js - WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY iE KERALD EVERY WEDNESDAY MY1NING, b sm a u,x.na EEE. to ': , OR ftOVI6IO0s. Paymeatrequired~Ivariab1yia advance. $otioet, FeaersI;.Iavitations, Obit %at Communioatiois ruberving.private ee .anetarded as adtrtsemeats Sof Generat Hampton Ai Baltimore. '+'he Bltimore "Suan" of Satur .$asaays: There was a crowded t.eaor on Thursday night at Aba-Dernoeratic headquarters to hear the remarks of General Wade Hampton, of $outh Carolina. '.He aw ppanied on entering the by Gen. Thomae F. Bowie, I asal. Fitshgh, of -Kentueky, anb?ert ittings, Esq., and- other ineet citizens, and his appear reeas -greeted with repeated ?_ess Gen. Ess todi s i~a6knowledge mnany. reasons on of South Carolina o'id make opea acknowledge ,ep a-the .State of Maryland. i 6,wahen South Carolina was i.daik gl.omy- period of her iiu ryodppression'rode over I& f domains 'with iron heel, ModdIMs'bad as now, the'first ray, bd tbat...

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 July 1868

The Legislature. Cotua,, July 21.-In the Senate, a bill to continue in force military orders was read a second time. The resolution requiring three month's notice to secure acts of incorporation was suspended. The bill accepting a donation of land for agricultural schools was passed. Randolph gave notice of a bill probibt fting distinction in any case on account of race, color or previous condition ; c also a bill appointing a board of land commissioners. In the House, Neagle, from a special eonetittW- reported-. bill for the re demption of the State bills receivable, Issued for the pv.of members. The bill 1 authorizes the treasurer to issue bills to the amoont of five hundred thousand dolar. t . In additi.on-to the tax nw levied, it t is prepose< to tax all cotton and rice raised iu 1868 at, the rate. of one cent c per pound on upland cotton, two eents . per pound on' sea island cottor., and F Speren and i half cents- per bushel on C rice. - If the tax is not paid before Janu- 2...

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 July 1868

se b 2eugesse by the Tresaurer r 'Moemaiost Uemster(Asociation, Dr. T. "i'n, to caI the attentioo of holders of Wt (ths *bo hie not yet paid for the 1e t._that the mo is needed -4imsde all errange ents the goind. The material Is aRrdased, e. aheady dWlir ed, and the ready for delivery ; but unless the pink. d (and they should be the ho0 edd) afake eadyt paymebt, Sc*annot cary on this Important and inter" jtost. We Join with .Dr. Goin in emedy asking that this matier be attend el to. Hasing been pushed forward so far, ft wIl be a melincholy resection if it is ameg .fIi SU h, *hen so nearly con As r n ^Ba b Lces.-As ad todesied, the Newberry Imilgratiod Society " } etidg ;e' dnsday 1tst at Bal eyen Grove. The meeting we regret to aydi siita iv gy'-ttlnded .n was hoped Sof Ih attendance from abroad being sly small. A sumcient number of persods, were there, however, to give the f,tmtg a respectable appearance. The ?residset;-1e. '. 8 .ipest,-in a practi' et uipta5e magnEr, espfained 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. — 29 July 1868

A Low-Comedy ifule. , lke-speetacular pertormance .of-Humpty Dumpty, now rning a the Olympic, a- small mule is introduced, and is made to ap ,prquite comically, by the dcx terity of his heels. - ~ About afortnight ago the-regu Iaianirnal fell ill, and an amateur was .sbs'tituted.. When - one of - the characters touched the mule " mik'e him ki:k, he -began in -'rble style. He kicked off e fellow, and kicked him twice betore he touched the boards. hen he ran towards several of the :other dramatis person-c, ,and *ieked them. Every-object on the .3tage, whether 'material or mental, he kicked off. Next he - -bgan on the'scenery. He kicked down a wfiole' forest, three good sized cottages, picturesque cascde, ganits :prispn,. arobber's cave, jr'yad palace, the Rialto, and .t via. in eruption, and 'w;as about to attack the "grand trans mutation scene" from "Midsum @ i- H4ght's Dream," when.a rope: - wa throiv around his 'neck, and he was dragged off by the whole " strength of the company, a...

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. — 5 August 1868

T a Doii#ns 4 Y&, FOR THE DISSEMINATION 0F USEF'UL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE - L IV. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1868. NO32. TU H~BLD~ IS- 0Bism -- .aIN1zg MO.INO, " , rots . , $ 4$ awisiry 4' regld iavariabl in advanoe.. . :~a ose Jiebers IIuvitetios, Obit -"; Ga za;-kccorJing to pronts b wIII drop you a line .in refwetes to oux trip, to the up country"ft"-I-ecursi9o of 4his kind but few t1 enta transpire, csl te4 to iqterest the general eJ p isat a loss what to rg -e s aoat, ipteresting. I wilkesehetLea', ? party eistiing of Ji K-, G. A $. "W R.; C. W., and my se1pd w erro the -20th Raih dlten up to Kinardrs T'Qi epd the crops were fair; grgt,at p1eteb Ctinten-a .leng cObRinesdeath.wa prevailingr a the o pwil be very poor. Fr +Cinte - thet" beautifal and tb t~i' I urensviIle, up to 'i11er place; rain fell or n fit, ohe thirsty $eld of gyrbd cotn. Iwas m4*b- dasLed th t he residei e , fa ar n, the-onJy ting e th$ F emaaSewiary wh I saw in.ro esv!Ie t4 admire, ,,mhis...

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 August 1868

July $.-Senate again repaired to the ehaatber of the House in order to ballot for two Justices of the Supreme Court, and returning without further business, adjoeri;ed. In the House, after usual predliminaries, and other little business, th9 speaker announced, is accordance with rules adopted, it his duty not to totice oontingent accounts of Jailurs, -8herifs, &c., unless coming from the Comptroller's office. Senate being announced went into bafot aik the fellowingresui: - Whole number of votes cast 184; no sessary te4a r oice 68; A. J. Willard re-. eeived 67; J. M. Rutland. 24; Lemuel voze1l; S. A..&ge 1 2.; . D Meltol 4; A. H. Durkmn 1 J. A. Inglis 3; Thomes Thompson 2 Wm: Munro 2; T. N. Dwkins 1 ;'B. Perry 1. - No candidate havin received a suffi cient number of votes, e President de elkre4that'there was no eleetion, and the joiot aisembly proceeded to the sec Ond ballot, with -the fllawing-result: W1ble number of votea east 138; 'ne esty to a choice 689; A. J: Willard re...

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. — 5 August 1868

dresses, on a fh-grg,, w, t-developed, bsao absrdie, Faney A,school-misa in teens dreseed for a masqueraile, pnd you have I pitnr.. We notice another objectionable fea bre 0ie in aorrow- thaa in anger. Athsiso Ia made to the mistile which some men make in faseying -themselves sharp or witty. Every coemmwAty has a few of tese kind of fellws, ind in st.e ples they Ibrna themselves into leagu , and hving nothing else to do but to meet and lavgh at their own say lags, indulge from morning until night. We eve# knew good to one to such ea, tby ferm the, ideat'of habit, ne glrst their busineses, betarne a dread to bsir ts, and tbits e t ng bat S4 S of th7 erp. thE aR vietn to their own aorcaIed wit, thera Is no telgng,- for we never bad the aarage ar the patiede:ito folldw one of them to his titter end. We neloe that many - peopsae'se s.is , that it 4 impOIsibh to Ire ait their natural weskee. to oA I church daring pezching. thi -I an topardese w_st o the .e bs wa 's to the attedftire part...

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. — 5 August 1868

The Art of Affectation. - There is a certain like kind of affectAtion very common among pretty women ; and this iq th-e affectation of :not knowing that they are pretty, and not. reqoi sing the effect of their beauty on men. Take a woman -with be wilderin eyes, say, of a madden iag size and shape, and fringed with tong lashes that distract you - to look at ; the_creature knows that her eyes are be'Iildering, as well as she knows that fire -bt:rns - and that ice melts ; she knows the - effect of that trick she has with them-the sudden uplifting of the heavy lid, and the swift, full gaze -that she gives right- into 'a man's eyes. She has practiced itr often in the glass, and knoij"te a math matical nicety the exact height to whiWb a lid- must be raised, aid the exact fixity of the gaze. She knows the whole meaning of the look, and stirring of men's blood - " that it creates ; but.if you speak to her of the effect of her trick, she puts on an air of the extremest innocence; and protest...

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 August 1868

Amin -, r * , , ; rt .i, f"y," " - . ~ q j " i'~- - - ip,. #J El/jean iJCE NO -ES D - . I N A UU S 6 41" Ww - , y 4V VIcA- g *tba ~SW41i ~WSWd si*~ tep^ ti4 ~ tbpg+ot ova& o-~boeM *stig 'm~.l d&ww rww the ALmdLA"""sThat' " ''W uib' thPs t t'Me We traveled over tbirty miles amonad below Waia, and ; oyer the whole distatoeb a horee coud :lai toa eier break 1igsMtIL- 4 or: -mA of, theee iRdlitba insd at froma $5 :per aygo Qf tnem for -I eniodi frea for . to W i o eaitonwe Olil ei;preeiatevis a.th fe ith at er are al most t&g mer3 sbeat p'oil % Tv'tS|fvwcould desire d sheAe664 of the otr up ,0s,$rpne.r an bm to 1 b) u6sIele of co M4 t he plew, NitT; _%s i jnera ruee, bed it to atock he ean ioq o .ug mand f - wf whether he cano nbier e o6 ther: 'I am ot ""ORttn)ento:A.rla mom e G*vold - %o = ear te' ae.S andqe. yo such wTheeeeiety gdp it' kn mingr esog K4b.ea, Rad-we ire astoaihed t tond -p . shoged i 4f iwontry, and the pie rd9te4d the eause af eaiet. -_a $got ost Wa A-a T 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. — 12 August 1868

NO -. S-1' - '-?The prooengs - of bis - asine kt and unproltable. We he spmmary. The only mat US aesd is the faRure in the House, of - - Sorittee j say whether the in em ts er tie'.ootestauts in the An IeJMS d lgation coatest are entitled to ". -The matter is made a ipecal or er, sad wil again come up. : Aad the -t-ic@tion 4f a wil- bo ' a publi -' = d w teitan, a6ndte il to organite "; ' - *Am= ts beS s ta p ieoietrocRbg the Military - ps hetialion, of State -the penitentiary, and to - bser the conlr of ahe Gorernor. "a .-.August 6.-,he. bi tb. else t t a8" public, ofices, except -~ f bg'' thcoM of - 1, and S-a 3J2ami 3, . Where c oartre may con -e Constitutn. so-caliled,: or - md eatei upoz their- dai ' - 'eoveros* sal.-hra.power s. acubeotsa,.d appoint oicers. -- iaboae eik'-derth' re r- - atre iar as.- decdlared 1u.- .er - - a s r'.ei e r' h i t ieir asassie stw ' dnsereither wP - t. ,>- .ti orecon $p ise~ s " rt of ;f23;iO " - ;d- asia bi4st-Cs the 'ommit -iBT4 p& o.&...

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 August 1868

- uba ai osen and g water befr, sid 1.. " _ .sees'-,Iow ? Tele *s " Ite- 5een'--oer -WAR wr e d t aesT N'Mgiei-oen some iater, and nice peaches, at S ~pse'&.s hoose, aad .pashed on yb - kp 9tu@ irotber mis - s .. s..aeonse oP * u.. ulit sad, ed -ag bIn-we aroke am ., n:' beet for D~4.t6ddy Wrlhe,1gaid " O t fakse iere .i4 -:r tWing agabCisye aa'ded. ^3& -spihe of wihstood in the.brMncb, $ the heore on the &U * .eck, and- the rd - ed p$l hgled te kapu, thai -aqba1leu P ito -m, 'a bs re ; W ss sicrs wi4khr the - s. Te N wl sist, a' l7aly gfek jp 4w oovia - I.oaersation vitb the " ndet )dfts Deswecst he is tbulk eMietiei hat ebe - eith =!l 'es'n "-_" -tbaresi se si"DI Auro gilot cae-one ay& at r- dfI P.-83fEL - ,t16t -nt,t cnie * - ~. em.an Ivprur hei .. hislf itot al n se i iimorsa tata omlee rgn -e an'las uAeat~h i e..t - ase ,.-h enemy iks adew.an na a tpo nr desstto, te * bs8S iea , may pecupo our baneras an&ue ode Cor ht Hunite action --air o paurahou deihtes 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. — 12 August 1868

- A'tas-thetee S- - pea - sIoeM f - Wy v Be8ece?s waggery. - .46 o4k mb na s'iefinger of hiA - - hwt ins@rted btwe " : tr af isa ehirtd cp4o 1ii' r h - e eaosrir - abw aaa bie 1~ ~sis~a alble aeed~heek - - maa o un ds - eens arsLsen - bayu repeate s Sr shpn - -- 4i seats edt NV-IJa abvdr'ea,thGbeg teta-ke gale t .dfaihe essirab like ulto ~ dLot~sa; en rot -we )ii .s0inecto eeimboet ~ ~b~Mbecamgo weld - s tolayeaplan oey hs .osatil,ea to ell tt the beas of t iely, hs to beic Stai. But ha dipoered od tak e eegg r ded return *sIie a nd 0rt .jved de sts&.an iedm--e.rbl. n ag berse hie. delihtes eed toeIr 4ftb bwholoed tive- pain he dnmas noisefalme wshene -h ditk eod H=e asorr -''E Jhortwc eloc.1amdte beauiked istofs birt aplasham edray his ceonsry,.n osl tit h Tand GUf SThnm.The is ab Srior. th oca. he wsdsoverd an dgt it never failsed iun afthe boygho lod it neve ovrain bity ohits brthks ashd ofthiom the mightest floods it never over Aan Ita banks and its bottom as .a -F ." Ore. p...

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 August 1868

S Dottas A Y AR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVACE. yv Y WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1868. NO 34. THE HERA LD 1$ rISuND p Y WDNESDAY MORNING, h At Nwkry-C. Y., t ga. g i AN aN.uum cr t oR PRQvIsioNS. a emmnrsiet*iwiavne a Itorioes. Psaesal Iovatatioas, Obit aadCouoanaaIeatos subeerviag private o ' ae advertienaente. - s.Vry Soberness and Truth. f, follow"ing' is an extract h from the very scathing speech of t . . K. Hill, delivered is At- c o.-tbe 23d ult :-f "ew 'bre a ords and I will n lf " as I now hope and be- o ra sal'-again have liberty G .,If er the Conetitution, ' l dal be &e with - those el r'!aA2 Oe taken advantage of e ioerpt times to-in8lt inno- a tanple upop rights, and tl hp4eseness? These criminals will y Iolig us, and most be assign- tl ed appropriate positions. What tl shall we do with them ?. Ye who -h M4 travelled through the blood b loges and 'sorrows of war for o iaking sbothiag but that the f< vsu framere of the- Cons...

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 August 1868

August 11.-lorse-Reports of in oortance still meagre. The prttcipal features of the thirty fecond days' proce dings are the report bta bill to pro- ide tor the :e oporary or ganlz-tion of the Educati,,n-d Department of this St-te; read the first time. An tnfivorable report was made on the bill to repeal the capitation, the b-ill was read the first time. A bill to repeal the usury law, read the first time. Notice of a bill .for the protection of nechar ies. SENATE-The bill to declare the man ner by which the lands or the right of way over the lands of 1 ersons, or cor per&aoas,_tay .be taken for cen:traction aid uses of railways, and other works of internal. im proverett, was read a third time and passed. - Wright introduced a bill to elo,e tip the affairs of the Bank of the State, which wag read and referred. A syttopsis of it wil! be found else whore. August 1.-Tn the House an unfavor able report was made on the bill to pre .-vot discrimination on account of color, fate, etc., ...

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. — 19 August 1868

M=a# ewiv.--At tl Drug Store of Dr. J. McIntosh ean be found a full and bsh stock of all the popular remedies k sn In medicine, besides a general stock "4ils meries, &, &c. We iIte sttention to Ur. G. T. Scott's eW in :iai s ppper. It is directed to ing cotton for sale, or who-dAire to the-stsple; to those in need' of a ee, and that wisb prompt remit, Our Veteran Merchant, R. Stewart, Esq, begins the fall campaign, with a supply of desirt$e't'diiesh goods-cheap. - A.e,and is another column, of Mr.. Robt. Joyper's well appointed hotel. A doctor's wife attempted to. more im bsr4eats : . **Aan l.siie, "tears are useless. I bs m ed them. They contain a ittle pb p'bte'of lime, -some ,chqaorate 'w and water." ani wre know complains sadly at the ri. df "duck."- His aiife re enatly. thuto, viz:-A "duck" of a -duck" of a bonget, and a t? ~p#rasol. t;6 CSIEZRIL. - Wtessaav tag 19.-t ottoB in good do d-ac9B fr maddhng', gi:ox,j AAgust 17.-7 P M..-Cottan f't+, but .;O$ active; sales 900...

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. — 19 August 1868

"Let Their-Foes Beware. There is a sheet ~published in Charlston, and edited by R. I.I. Cain, the negro "Senator" from Charleston. It professes to be a religious paper, and is called the Missionary Record. It may be pious,,.but it is the piety of the devil. Its mendacity is only ex gelled by its insolence. - Alluding to the affair in which young Smith was killed; it boldly charges that-it was instigated by this jogrnal and the Democrats, with the desire to begin a war of " races.. We give an extract from this fiolent war-like article. Let the colored people observe how this false teacher, like Cain of old, would kill his brother, by produ cing a collision of races. What madness---tbat the colored man, in -is weakness, should be called upon to court an issue fatal to hl iaterests 1 But read what the reverend "Benator" and editor has to say : "eIs bas been instigated by the Columbia Phenix, and e u c h papers, and by the Democrats, so that they may have it to say that th wauof races h...

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