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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 26 August 1868

r-s - .-".a-~ - -., ~~-~ -'- - - - - r - -- - - ~ - - - - - 4 -- i- Y4 . " a ; : ". " . : _O I E D S E IN I F U E U E WEDNESDAY MORNING4 AUGUST 26 1868 NO_3 -0 5 A- Yi3 - ~K HE SSEMNATON:~W SEFL ITELLGEN~E.IN nv~ CE - ' %Pi! *DI ItNAn ierNG, " ifei a 0rryg H., Po0. at. .-3 a r M --resQn Cn Qoears~~~~l astah dr-te -pe' eMod oqw tn c -M an i bi nae6 t n o are Ext n e be sgbpi4d.'An - .r people f te-questoar ayl - ir at o rho,eder .he pre e.mondition-!ings;'are erdi ptf 1 Awtraget t .ill readi e bein that -n 'tiorerinportant ~~n ias 4edn 'iiAbritd.sAnd ' ggts e proe telver. Ian 'S.:.s 1}eso:aaeS.. .. - Wipopoe:rs tosnidrh .a Meight-of -.tie Acts-zof So6, res., agg nan to refrs, - arettown as 'e ie See tapy earhas declared the Howard Cotitutional Auensd rent as nad4ptd. A. iords are artisM,we9te yi rln 40f$1aetlird sectio&: e-xSe. A. NsoeaStepe. ~orer Resetsivei.Corgraess h ~bkafiy of'ee nit.l under y State, whd vig r l taken .a. oath dIa .CerCoegretss, or.4an eeoitbe- U&itd.1 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. — 26 August 1868

-The Leegtbtaf - AUousT 18.-Engaged principally in reading over bills previeugly reported, and disposing of matters of no public in terest, beyond the Judiciary Committee reporting favorably upon the bill "o close the operations of the Bank of the' State. AUOs'T 19.-House.-The GeCommittep of Ways 4nd Means reported favorably on a bill to autborize a State loan, and the bill was passed. The same committee made a favorable report on the bill to authorize a loan to redeem the-bills receivable. . Th- 1iF t prevenf -diemdnatiocis between persons was read the third time aad passed. - The b11.to establish a State Educa tIoaal Breau -was. passee with- ni-in portant amendments. - The bifl to close the operations of the Bank of the State was passed without debate. The Governor is ;othorizeol to -take possession of tbemacbinery and interests' of the Bank in ill its ramifications, and dispose .ofthe same : the.Attorney= Gen - tal to take legal* preceedings to epllect all dues. The proeeds oTsai...

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. — 26 August 1868

#e ssrs. Watd & Pearson, of Amazo quo, will acept.tb.thanks of the office t y- & of 4 licions. cider, - 4g 4& sbi est32es oW heuzreeires. Eqp4Sr -- Th:lantieg coal -4h ity dl rtice witIbsatisfactiort that avw s'eetr appinted for,the sale,of-)fppes' seper phos eof lim a fertihiaer of justly cele brated vhibuare s of reliable cer tifcates pcove anything. NW Js. the tiait $he- mavIe to yrepas- for the fall- sowtag of wheat. See advrlise S *' Goene!L Wbe? claimY- the leades, nspjon.fq>' ! newr ensst,ion. As hr oIeti ioot' -may as - ts that the tortw3ate pren gre x.u +.tseinge. Wieeler. If is they who g iWrses'-t of new goods, of all I for the and everybody else. CaB fsy ore-beir'assortmeBtis.bro ., eaqt- ,.the ato --of Messasr --'rsii can ow-r be "opnd a - A, . of Baging .op4 -nd acon, hams lare and v sescof the very beat qualty. e ibhmp@e thIatter, we speak advised I' he gsera steek is.fuH; aoodA all Yrsh, sng hh iett do - Mar dm etisiipr'eas.h Jeb oneM*d'W .It 1 eaare -...

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. — 26 August 1868

the-Ink a dled e eo inomennslip t setar bd r iek, -serenblf , yetim.e tv ,deagapavinegteIk ,@ tbescrif aikans - - conquery Weit wraised, .. peing at a siugte-glst0es, " hpgrsIt *ev&it i._ thettapen tai ne. - meroef eut s d, 4ape-Goat =or the Sin of Stinginess. ~h peple Enid W "necessary 4 euitall.- their epenses, they -g -wit'their ' religigs co tribuItio $u {{ $$ ey then stop their ehureh paper. - do but lit .ret he' 1 pport of *is= - s.. poo 'studenrt,:. _peVapsk etc. They -dress a rieri1, farmh. their tables tir-iMme, getall b.-te " otitiec pap,ers; ..and .s}(endnu ey ks ky1iresi i8 er.. Thisist rigat. GQ4and his kingdcom-cQme' _jst;not last. bga .at .hbonei " ii!di *Qtclt OduselisE God's c ied, -and his .ch rebs our hemne. '' 'Te'-Jews lired under a . kr dispensation than we,; y.t bow much brighter their ;aerality -shiues.! They gaf'th Lord-4 he. fgttest and nobe'antiful latnb in the floevv.$ e of ont peopli gip-- tl .Ptiest,ugliest biflid the3 to. the eburob, and, es ~oally...

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. — 2 September 1868

n. r. . R r ' - ! +-..-.. .5 iY.r. P t ' .".o f r . A -, . " i - " " . . f AA Q FO T H DIS E MIN TIO OF SEFU IN E]M I EN I DoxxAym WENSA )ORII1vSPTMB 1" I4* Wed Err iaVltaty, it rMt~ o "raae varonsmaRe i 4 t. . .. . - - amma. rest. - a ,Bango, whieh "for udieie2aad in"eigeatra m tedBsfaing o'the e' asser zd working oteowGov .o r. peror among S'fdg fifort&o i9s *r. Pe dieten -=mased tru that i imis' the e-- "W' are e gaed,- he eaid, = n bsible for~o ee. We are ' edy biQ 6r paywer. -touches the -li of . rserste' syte. ill = e ato o f4ttre the des er country. If iur oppo cpeed, we shall have, first, ung (pot uo then despetism, sfr'lt,_thae- separat,ion, and bhie+hte God, in kis wrath; -aIngIOt. If they fai,-e shall geA.the C.nsttWton obeyed,.the Unio maintained, liberty-enjoyed, p espity abeundin,peeevery s t .d-$Athe g Qrias: of aar *r gilNre' iir t (e rl Z mpared with the blpoming so tise'f att-'$over."i e.sopg sign ifapce. of"hn we have to eet,-i the -e, understand: e pro Sif'lo...

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. — 2 September 1868

oiri4h, Wineman & Co. It always affords us pleasure no notice business enterprise among our Gharleton terchants, and we therefo're take especial Citieation in noticing the well known trm whose name heads this notice. Just taty days since they had the misfortune to ;bave their entire establishment destroyed Cy are, losing th,ir extensive stock of in . ted and American Drug., 'hemicals, &c. 'ie prudent merchants their loss was near ly eovered by iustirance, but no one but those thoroughly acqit$inted with the mi naue of .his-bu-iness can form any idea of the labor required, not only to pur.:hae; but to fit in order for sale a complete stock of this character. We were, therefore, taken SI w-i beu -en ai" invPten --cvidw their new establishment, Xo.2. Hayne-street, to find it etocked with -what seened jo usa tiostitmple and-complete assorttiteot. How t getslegeir-cogd ntcoti.plishz this her eulean task in the time they have, is a mystery to us. -It tends to show what ener g1 a6d...

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. — 2 September 1868

b RAGS! 3! IAGS!' jtAOS'U The HIrnT P.R1t paid for Old Rag$ 4dav.red to the subscriber. who will make tDiss permanert frature in his busiiness. Sere opposite Wiskeman & Wilber's. . - . J. W, MILLER, Agt. - AND ~ F. NANGF, C@TI BROKERS S-AD GENERAL * EBoui5i1n Age111& - 0rr pondents re, among the best V thouves in all of the Atlantic Ci p PrePa e r d to make FULL CASH -V ON ..B1ILS OF LAeJSG, and ean -ieprton ad:i4 -aisf'o y re ~~e~ia1to. Dealers are hoized agents for the sale A.'ok-Bagging [Double Anchor Brand) Th be4 gateesof Cotta Ties, : e4ernilsere - aruviad Guano, - - -- flestaaSSpges, Spanish Segars, i wines and Liquors, - - - inoWIesser Repeating Arms, aTId Sporiug Goode generaly.; - .'twde eau.be suppiied -byAas at Man aMTIIporteri-prces. dV Sne pSolinhafto Theacre WINEJANKINSCAN Nibery, . C W~Ienm te ~il4 ~ e ce t o pl.8H aP aeofWt wi. AND GElERAL . W d Wh ~ Carf - oAS &amtmaLa, ~~~ NWS er~ 8. C. vgsoAs.ataeIA 4 G OnheRCHNS ?OTO?R'aiifAS FATORES -aldt h -ANY GEA...

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. — 2 September 1868

''he 'orce of imaginati. Thereis not a city, town o'r ll lage in the United States, but ha. hts own ehare of loafers, or hanger: on about places where lquor; i.e ispensed; and the case .bold; . ood-i? a thriving town in the state qf Maryland. My loafer, or hanger-on, I will'- style Bol jBray. He was the bane of John .y Hemlock's existence, for John og kept a "corner grocery,'' where cot only eatables" l'ut drinkable; were diapensed over the counter. Bob-had a weakness for the "ar dent," but labored under'a disease e the poCket which Hemlock face tiously ~ styled-"chronic impe eubsity." He would saunter in through Johnny's open door, hall a dozen tihes dirnally, and, 'Iitb admirable diplom ay; manage tc abstract a tumbler of old rye from b randed "pure un. sdulterated Monongahela," with. suw attracting the attentionr Yo: Johnny's othereoatomers, but nin the-Argus eyes of Johnny himself -*ite ~atternoon Hemlock con ecteda pa)table fancy drink, anc just as he was .about tc place it t( ...

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. — 9 September 1868

imi 47P FOR TIE DISSEMINATION OF -USEFUTL INTELLIGENCE .[VAIBYIADA'. , WEDESDA MORNING, SEPTEMBER ,i6. ~ 7 ~iIMLbD '~NEDAT ORING, U . g;avm3 m .4p IpPrQscripUon of South Tde,c angL Credit. tirtaysiae ea the tarai i 'the sid -1 b'e, i of the beaiest e Tork that ' meet sd? g dry' ode firms gcitt had been. heid, $oi tbern'States,' as a qui OfiMes * 1. i en t e Brook c 'anaounoement a-e bg the- fellewing - ex isy signieant agUion et the perepleacious WOp of .thes netrcgolis, ain 4 sees a. exaple which 0L oabed b promptly fol- c et 7iI werehantedealing in r W eresinees with-the South shoWs tha&th ttresc Sulutti in hich be eti ed be rabels am. e s of- the. Sothera the peier :t et na- ti t-'J bitohe -to pr t - e.o4ation ra who have 0 * fos his -re. b 1yet a#eneri s inter to iatson .ot the ~a~4 nd se bae ~hmi,basard-~ tot es a os ay of whom, ONAMAgold to a M te up.. any more thana -% Vit~ obligt.ine h -aysA .8 a~ n~w, and - --r xere just, * If otbers choee g e~ider the prompt a 4tiefi v...

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. — 9 September 1868

- Legidative. Aegnt 29. --Barely a quorum in Ion<e fnd Senatt-tmemhers gone home-on a apree--4ving aroai.d loose. Aunst 84 - HorsE-Chera' and Coal jeld's railroad bill passed. No bill or seia.1tion having force of law to be intro died after the 7th, pa. sed. Soa4r-C. P. Leslie, Senator from Ornweil, expelled on three counts, two for contempt, one for unbecomi!ng con duct. Virtuous senators. Reso!ution to ascertain the number of stands of arms, -tatries and other amount of equipments li tbie State at dispositiu of Governur, agree to - -. Setember 1.-.HoUSE-Passage of the bi-toe e ttth 6prations of the Bank of the.Siate.__., Ssi &a-S-No report. Septemsber 2.-HOsME-The bill to reg ttato eltiwas cad punish abuses of the atetice franchise, was passed, with an -_ as 4t, sal'ng -it a penal offer.e fr to. buy, sell or give away on election days. Sbll-te-hie the operations of the , f the-State..of Stuutb Jarolina, was. V ad ana passed a third time, by a vote et ag4ses to 28 nays. The ...

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. — 9 September 1868

y Iish, Prench-a*s Americaa PRIT& Cotouades, -Linseys, Cassimiers, Jeans, (U j ent of other Staple pd Varied assortment of a1W ama Wiiter Dress Goods, ew ,and Attratve Styles t eceived by CARWILE & McCA UGHRI\. -gp,4fW Pitys t steel Bm'I gitsed on this GIN sold in jist eaosr, at one to two cents mqre thai the-sa.ne ctasc of Cot -. e,. the ordinary Gim*- of the r is statement is certified by - wty yortfe principel P.etors and Chae1ton. -Pric, Six Dollars -' !or Cash or Cit.y Acceptance. irtia . C-GE,aELEY. iah ,.Sr f s g'Pet ,e :f 9t-1hoek of $ARDWARE and Amw iAL IMPLEMENTS for sale & #.Ue and retail. & W* sT 2za Win. ~urtney & Co~, r ACOR3 MERCHANTS, _ . g $ es' WHAIF, SCHARLESTON, S.t. Os@J.I$ash4. sept 9 36tf v odaiOn Wharf, ~~4Es*,S4ETJCARoLIN%. St op on cO'ign'ments. 'Refer u w " isformaitu to Col D L W ent of the, People's Natignal C. AT1 OFSOUT 'CA R0TTNA. IrEWBERY DIPTRICT. -f George F. Welle. dte'd, renderoq, oath Aod eatah aefore the onm.nission g,a tite...

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. — 9 September 1868

[Frdl I.1ITd"j UII4er the Limes. sT' *OaT1rYa COLINs. 4beneath the linden trees, of multitudinons bees *'Were heard about. "A bee is in my hair; are things 1 cannot bear, b}ake it out!' : "e.bboseoma in the sammer-tide .Fees es sweeter, I replied, Than ou can be. - jtoe.wge -inseet cannot taste fe, hwitdering waist, madden me." .bNe waeaught in that sweet hair; sewsto-eatne, there w.s soe uch thin'. Wioy~ot know, sometimes ",is asmed beneath those biosomiag . timas 'Ad bo*e an sting. A ffghlanders Honor, Two eet'riiiesago it wasthought fsga it in the Highlands of . ask a note from the deto. It was considered the amoying'I doubt your honor.' Ifprties hadeemall business mat tes- tD transact together, they .a& S icto the open air, fixed their ey._ ba the heavens, and eaeh repeated his obligation with nomWArtal .itnesses. A mark was it-some. rock or tree srp to beermembrancerofthe ee* et. Such a thing as abreach oretaraet, we are told, was then very rarely met with, so bighly did 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. — 16 September 1868

Taxs. }buores A YzAs,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY .IN ADVANCE. y WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1868. NO 38. ?4WERAL D Ie ruBr.BSEEDf $Y WED?NESDAY MORNING, At Jewberry C. a., 1],tU', IN CIURCY Pe Is phd imsmabtyin advanee sbns a y -rvt T"-to th Up-Country. n t ie monotony ofio , gsted with the poli ties d ag, ad eager for ad t wild- mountainous re g9WM%. ,41 oyrom the busy scene iife--a party of as ' u Iows as ever con re .t out a-ow days ted point in tbe v d purposes _.lare and explora betlittle of impor tEs*1it wo rvached William w.47 :no . aflourishing lrIid+et- Aboat eight or ten - WiRiamstoa, ;s . ieids of yf the State. ve bottom ]nd R i ~as far as the eye e odvered with 4CNfe(" -affording to b.bi ht' n" cheering '' t Williamst'a -+a'- *enten z the 'inl waters, Sas d7 forth from that Ate 3ueral "pring ilaeery e isacquaint ble place of dp on to Slab t tle oea:horse village, for itismalo pebo It seems to es gg ster a dilapidated con er w= vti ed ...

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. — 16 September 1868

NEW$ERRY, S. C. We"Oeiyr Morning, Sept. 16,1e68. FOR PRESIDENT, RBRATI@ SEYMOUR, of New York. .VOR VICE-PRESIDENT, P-RANCIS P. BLAIR, of Missouri. NOw Terms. To pem ar paperwithin the reach of all IM destocrata and conservatives of right aadjassee. who have been unable to take I,elllr*om lackof means or post office htUties, we offer it now at the beginning of * gnat campaign, to clubs of his subscribere-and one extra to &tter up of dub , $1000 1ra (ad one eta) !8 00 hes-eip1es taken atone time and toge. bw-,'sisgle copies $2,50,slx months $150, t a months $1. - Make up your clubs, the campaign will be a abing one, and the interests of the dis Ieh-wIU be many and exciting. IAKE UP YOUR CLUBS ! I=E CAMPAIGN HAS OPENED Ji& b VWAgft apoint so full of interest, that ' ETERY MAN IN THE DISTRICT Wh inot a abWriber should send in his name at ase for the NEWBERRY HERALD ! r aiha7.yar Home Organ Democrats Let us have year names ! Teppesd en all the vital issues a good Du oasie paper i...

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. — 16 September 1868

SATE Of iEs ed and Kitchen " rfitire, &c. abadesned the "Pastorship" in & mee, and finding the income from my aieel asaCeet for my support, 1 have daanne tp- locate elsewhere, and will <eer my $onsehold and Kitehen Fuirniture, On Saturday, the 19th inst. It the Draytoa Nance house, consisting of ark Furniture, Dining Tables, Bedateads, Matrasses, ureaus, aid Chairs, and one sett Bed Room Furniture. School Room Furniture. 5 .a Furniture, Cooking stove, ? Ovens, Fry-pans, Buckets, 1 lge ~ t for boiling Cloting. ( ekery of every description. Also a fine Cow and Calf, Corn. Fodder, and Pea vines. spt 161 J. TAILOR ZEALY. t itrict Conrt of the figg -FQOR THE DISTRICT $- mroba-eI Bankruptcy-In the eas pson Popea Bankrupt-Notice. p Pope, 41o has been adjudged a osmbia,wn petition, having filed - -lpraying his final discharge, all ubo have proved their debts and etf AApiasin interest, are herehy noti as appear -beiore the United States Court at Cha4eston, in said District, on 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. — 16 September 1868

ate4 ra Democratic Cllub. .OLWA; 8. C., September 1. At a meeting held in Columbia on the 1it of September, by the State Central Democratic Club, the following resolutions were adopted d ordered to be published : ^Whereas, In the judgment ofthe ftte Central Club, it is expedient that the Demoeratie nominees for Congress should enter upon the cauSSat as early a day as practi egbte therefore, Resolved, That we recommend that'Conventions be held by each Congressional District, for the pur poee of nominating candidates for Congress.that the Convention for the First Congressional District be t Florence, on the 15th of omnber; for the Second Con gossional District, at Charleston, on the 15th of September ; for the Third and Fourth Congressional I~itgi at Columbia, on the 15th ofptomber; that 'delegates be appointed from each Election Dis trict, equal in number to its rep rmesatation in the House of Rep rsotatives, in 1865. Whereas, a proclamation, signed by Robert K. Scott, Governor, bari...

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. — 22 September 1868

~- --~--- ~ I- -~-. IRE - q -' . - . u. - -N it4 :: .TUESDAY MORNING, 7SEPTEMRZBER]2 88 r. S * ef, h"~ - F 1 T erty of action is so readily ob tined, renders the hunter the most;iadopeet and-self-reliable tof men. Ther:tyof such a char is both gpieasai"'nd profit #ocliaaterial for the i of th'ose,qalities of the d $ih prove.. most useful Sadgb_ fegand,'at the same time, aff rd the most lasting enjoynent. t s h rejeotion of every thing that doesot.tend -t streengthen and dereIp the energiea-of theI mind, an4 hely-td form a health Itr1t Wful noral character. ough these.. old fellows were Tough'ad-= uneouth in their man ner _ ... found .that they GOod kernel in roungh outid _ wbmibr b .oe teRs umr H-v at r stand for e aime W thou -seeing vo P4i9 1% K .'N b t41 i~whisasea e were, we e . A f .atigued and i a r rk tur tere ~~~ 0a-te4 dividing r . f"vca opgAe ae th to ta ' T.5 d -L P - - &8diptant *g n o he Gen 'Rock The r~o~ nd lokaly r e te .names, Sucha&ccom 6oIi$ {wellfor the ....

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 September 1868

-s* '.9 4r - 'b Elathes e'ef a 7 ~~of its eta " % &le otw f t0e di 4 .7)*i6 - ge ._ ee wo re,rstaoa -anset et b a satatae ' * - - freeartentr se * * 1- * as eteasDa -'4 - a. - qa et.= is~hwi - - e asi - -f me. f' th soul, ~ wll- ormokihapp% een -lwad elveedan.adresitote iutyw ueyan adetto oveco e sgies s odrat -te prbtedil.thtfee l e sia pepl e whi t taaaotesles nmgh Re~oblmmswar iouepsot anE th.ar,uiohw mlwitha en TavZw Ys.u,., Septm eer alB e plercome c e ias smrder tht the estri%ao pens at injihure Our.esbangs tewm witb aeeoony as alablI the reeding t whiebOlis tha hIart with orror. W4 ture with lathing m a epetition o raree dies ith.arkest, -most re jgrad*kaein and infernally wicked of St. D6mingo is repeating ip the Southen States, and an ig seat, naturally brutal population, mad dened by the teachings of the most do prayed and fanatical party the world eve saw are the unhappy instruments in thi eruas4e. $ow long, how long, will this wickedriess 'be permitted to prevail 1 H...

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 September 1868

HEURTS, EkAtlantic Whrf, a suom.s. . chaest, P Vf?ge bse was one of >_-. _forth gaghiof i&,.intreat of lie great vPa. p.~ ~ ~~ a bw.pch b=2A~ IW ' '" .' . d1 mei8 tis r ~~o fb.s -mo -tpe _ d -t f - * s4 -a ~ *pea taajat of ~,bsua thoie rop .ms ae I se the em a-a * ue ggb -fl~ s,by nextfriend I. VbGHA, et al. Ger nthis case, I wiHi *.-Crt House, at Xewberry, an i~uday in~ Oct., 1868. - -OF LAND, Bi;ht Hundred and Five Acres, ~ bmed -by ?ggdg Of Tb0omnv Spsassas, John C. Hill, E. W. Wade, an4 ~jia,JIev,whereon WillaM% Smi3th ashtieof himbdal. .h the dma a n- a credit of ue an ngf the ~4. Mta 1s e. E.-E. D. GuaolGuano! T he unde rsigned w ill receive in a fe a 00 Tons bought from the Agent of the Pe ruvian Government. Planters who wish to secure a supply for the next Wheat crop should make en gagements at once. CARWILE& cAUGRIN. Sep. .87 tr. Gtli"eW Pateit Steel Brash Cotton Gin. COT FN ginned on this GIN sold in Charleston last season, at one to two cents per pound more tha...

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 September 1868

naca - e ^ ehr oasted that ou prech without notes " ~ k m tes. - i tAoothache, a- congh -"d "4 beots, are thigs wbhih belonga, keptecret, 3A-s0ts-hia mOruagin a -se s and he .afternoons in regretting en "student -of human -''ays, "Ifeneaants a flirt, taR#brinette ;,if one wants a - ok take a blonde. If one - rio a wife, take neither." -The mgst laconic will on record aIs~ttWO.ied in 1769. "nsus: "I have nothing; I [eal-4fbe, rest I give b re--wil be an eclipse of the - rn next mtonth." There will be Snotheer--that of'Mr. Jesse Grant'a ext November. - - 4utralian lady gives public - toEiee by aovertisement, that if , heirhusband does not turn up in - tii oaths she means to marry ' ,fidis the difference between -hentrance to a barn and an over tive person ? One is a barn or, and the other a darn bore. _' _ "> A. well known physieian used to 4ay th'at roast,beef, serenity of "in t&g r baths and an a and pretty wife, woul * a almost any man healthy, "ea tbry and wise. Taman,'"sai...

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