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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 January 1866

MONTIIS, IN ADVANCE.ERMS-$1,50 FORo SIXZ of j - - VOLUME II. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1866. NUMBER 2. THE HERALD! IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, It Newberry C. H., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRENEMER, EDITORS AND PRorRIETORS. ERMS, 1,50 FOR SIX MONTIIS, EITHER IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariably in advance.) Advertisements inserted at -i,5i per sonare. for rst insertion, .1 for each subsequleIlt i e on kirr'aae notices, Funer:0 invitations, Obituaries, and CoMmunicatiois of pe"rsoral interest charged 'is advertisemtuer. Charleston Advertisements. 'A. GETTY. E. A. SO-LIER. S. T. SOD. Archibald Getty & Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS, EIPPING, tlUMMISSIUN, FORWARDING MERCHANTS, 126 AND 12. I -NETNG STR EET. Charleston, S. C. WARF.H')USES, 53 ANT) 55 I1AEL ST EET: REPRESENTEI) BY MR. W. F. NANCE. dec 2v 32 tf TO OWNERS AND SHIPPERS kOF COTTON, NAVAL STORES, Y.ARN S, E:Tc Charles L. Guilleaume, COMMISSION MERCHANT, '1ffe 13 Meeting-Street, Directly Oppo site...

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. — 10 January 1866

ANACT T PA T. Be' it enafcted int the Sew& rawl He rr Pepresentativ, w mwt awIl iii:;;(,;it Jr(i Assembily, andha air: r 3x Ta the Executive Deparanent of thz I h declared to consist of, tie J*!o\i:z olletr, that is to sav: The G iv,.-o avr ' an:-Gover nor, the Secreta-y of tic 'tiheTrasurer of the State of South C0;olina, am. ,e Attorney-Gen eral and Solicitors. TIHE CoV EIR-N 0 '- TA F ST. r:-: I'r m c:, :ONn. II. The Governor h ba a Prvate Secretary, to b- poited .y h h ha re cei"oan'zi1.a al Sa;'ry to be 1i Y b G.en eral Asseniblv, and whose duly h the direction of the Governor, to keep an ccu rate record and minute, under pr,)per d es of ill transactions, opinions, and ot!xr oeil a it.t ters and acts occurring diiing hs per -f o fce, which said record and in41ute . :ao , Undi certain restrictions, be open to the i ion of the members of the General Asembli ihe Governor shall be turnished with a iale of flce, to be called the Executive Chanber, iA which all petitionu, niemori...

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. — 10 January 1866

RP.BOOZER&CO. DtALERS IN ENGLISII and AMERICAN KARDWARE OUTLERY. GUNS AND PISTOLS, PAINTS. OILS, WINDOW GLASS, WOODEN WARE, BROOMS &O. e beg to call the attention of our friends and fortrer patrons, to our stocek of the above goods, rhich is now nearly complete. We deal excl.U airely in one line, buy of Manufacturers and their Agents, and feel that we are able to olTer such Inducemeca es will make it to the interest of the public to .-*- us their patronage. Oar Stere is No. 3, Molohon Row, In Front qf the Court House. Jan 10 2 3t. loulekepillg Artiles. POTS, OVEVS, SPIDERS, STEW KETTLES, Fry Pans, Tea Kettles, Waffile Irons, &c. Of light wSght and superior quality, At S. P. BOOZER & Co.'s Jan 10 3 HARDWARE STORE. WOODEN WARE, Tubs, Water Dckets, C mrns, Well Buckets, Keelers, Sieves. Measures, &c., At : P. 11D0ZER & Co.'s Jan 10 3, Ulardware Store. BLANKETS! BLANKETS! NOW IS THE TIME TO SBuy Blankets, And I sel them BE LOW COST, to close u'hat I havec on hand...

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. — 10 January 1866

CONFEDERATE DEAD BURIED NEAR WINcUEs -fa.-We trust that the following circular, which we find in the Winchester papers, will eet with a hearty and material response Abroughout the county: "To the People of the South.-The recent ottles around Winchester, Virginia, have keft their traces in the many graves scattered broadcaqt over an area of twelve miles radius. 'he dead were generally buried where they f*l, and their rude graves are fast disappear ing beneath the feet of men and beasts, free, ftom the want of enclosuies, to go where they "Those who died in the hopitals w-re mostly buried in the old Episcopal grave yard, but its enclosures have long been de stroyed, and cattle grae over its whole exi "The farming operatlons of next season, the wear of the winter and the disappearance, by removal and death, of those who were nt at their burials, will in a.few munths, e no knowledge of the testing place of *any rrtyred dead. "Impelled by these considerations, some of the citizens of Win...

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. — 17 January 1866

- "* .. < -- -- -S . - . - -" - * -- -. - - - --- - - - - -- *c * - '~ ~ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - t - - . - *~ - -b 5 - g - - - J& VOUEI WtR,SpC,WDEDYJNUR .86 Tl -HE HERALD S PURLISHED EVERY .WEDNESDAY, At Newberry C. H., By TEOS. F. & X. . GRENEKER, kDIrORS AND PROPRIETOR. VIMS, *1,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER -LX CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. (Paynent -required invariably in advance.) Advertisements inserted at $1,50 per square, for trat insertion, $1 for each subsequent insertion. Varr:age notices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, ad Communications Qf personal interest charged sadvertisements. Distuiet Go=&ts -AS ACT- TO ESTABLISH DISTRICT - CO URTS. -eienaoted -by the &nate and- House vi Ypn6U%tat~iea# flow met and sitting in Gene -al Anenbly, and by the authority of the eaine, as ollows: 1. In each Judicial -District of the State, except Charleston, there shall be established wDistact Court, which shall be organized -by Athe Jate thereof as soo...

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 January 1866

A(;T -v P1&tR -E~* Af ACT o1avinx ro. TBa APPoINswe BY -O ELECTos OF PRKSIDENT and VICE-PaESDENT OF TE UNITYD STIATES. T.-I B. it enecte: by ahe Sente andHonseof Rep - reetatives, uort met and .ving in Gemral As *mkly, and by Oe authority cf the saW Tha * ereater the election of Eletors for the offices of President and Vice-President of the' tnited - - Etate shall be ntde in this State t-y the pedple f the State ;and all persons who are qalified the Cewniviion fand Laws of the State to vote i Se merq of :he GeneraI Assenbly sball be tnM V vote ftr Pectors of Pr sident and - r ent of the United States. I That at least one month before the day - ed by the laws of the United Staes for the L such elecions, the Governor of the -l shall issue his proclamation directing the Janagers of Elections throughout the State to ~6k 0lla.at. ieir respective precincts for the 1ethika of the number of Electors to which the -- ate shall.at the time be entitled. . L That the Managers of Elections, t...

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 January 1866

Pesons havino demands againSt the es S ate of Dr. THO& W. THOM'4Oy, dec'd, to hand thgm in, properly attested, *ef Newberry District on or be. - d4totAprilt riekt. sARA1 A. THOMPSON, :RLESTON RTG-HOUSE, ItN ASURIJURST, SUPERINTENDENT, foraierly of No. 29 Rayne Street. -~ iv q d now in store a full supply of Prfumery, Brushes, Paints, Oils, Window Glass K-osine Oil, Wholesale agents for JEAMF Plantation Bitters, Eterling's Ambrosia, Constitution Life syrup Uoustitution Water, -Ad all the reliable Patent Medicines 1f the day. QMSEPH A MORGAN, Wholesale Draggist, No. 15~3 lYecting Street, Opp. Charleston Hotel. s1a171S EBB & SAGE, - - - aviW reumed their o'd business as i Crockery Dealers, Hare opede'd their store at - .o. 5. 11AYN9 STREET, - NIt dor to Wesers. G. W. Winiams & C<. fo snow teidngstoek and are prepared to sell - - y*.crse or to repIck goods at the loiret -prices.-T6elin- confident the adTitages S *eir 1se peene=s_% Direct Importers win J-a d ask a renewal ...

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 January 1866

Astrict court,~ or District udge, shan go io, So court ofAppeats. the appellant paying, in sh, two dollars for the report, whieh shall g t6 the District. Fqd. ,~o order of any co tsorJudge in this State, shall require rinting by karty to a suit of any report, 'N or other per connected with appeals. XXXVII. Tbe various Boards of comuis uibners for the District, instead of the reports beretofore woade to the Superior court of Law, sall, on the first day of the first quarterly sitting-of the District court, in each year, isAke such reports tQ the District court. The District Judge shall himself, examine these rports carefully, see ihat they contain a full statement of transactions, for the year pre ceeding, as well as a correct account of re ceipts and expenditures, and point out errors id'omissions. H4 may also refe them to the Qrand Jury, in his court, and shall -anke each order, in reference to them, - as he may think likeiy to secure in future accurate con *Wuty to law; XXXV1IL..In...

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 January 1866

T ETRMS-$1 , c FOR ST-Xj bf t flqo i of ~se-~ ef~c~etiDIOS~~G"F MONIS IN ADvA,UNcE. VOLUMAE II. N EWB ERRY, S. C.. 'NEDNESDAY, JANUAYT-160 UBR4 THA M ALD iS PT~iu IED EVERY WEDNESDAY, A! NeWierry 0. II., By T,1OS. - Y R. H. QRENEKER, AND PRorriEToRS. 2ERMS, ji,50 NR SIX MONTi, FITHER jN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. (Payment required invariably in advance.) Advert'semetts inserted at .1,5z ) per square, for hrst in-ertion., 1 for each stuhsequent inertion. Niarr age notices, FLIIne1ra inlVi tatiotion, Obituaries, Ond Communications of personal interest charged ts advertise nents. The World for Sale. From an old Manuscript. The world for sale! hang out the sign Call every traveller here to me. Who'll buv this brave estate of mine. And set* my weary spirit free ? It's -oing !-ses, I mean to fling The bauble from mv soul away; i.l sell it wh:ttsoe'er it brinz The world *uetion here to-day. It is a gloriou; thing to me, Ah, it has cheated me so sore It is not what it seems to be, For sale ...

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 January 1866

A. ACT To AND IN A,-r ":ATLo "A AcT TO ALTER THE LAW IN RLLATioN TO LST XILLs AND TEsT.AIN-rs, .% ND Fo T':1'n osE, RATIFIED THE TwENTY F:!Z-T DAY O7 1 etBE IN THE YEA,-' UIt E.n TUo8AND Emu t I. L e i w: c i A ND Y17Yt - - Rey,exentaticc, nr - Ass.embly, and i int7 ' Thal no sbciigwt etmn or cod i, sh:c il, o ncout to attest or proVO t0I 4,.:I, legacy, or bequei th a .. f"uc wit ne,, or the hu :o!- W ns o by reason ofa:y an-oin:m!n t e: o' such witness, or the :a o iN ufah to any offi,e, tr.1- or duty, :. ! acy, or bequest, shall be i- hrb declired valid a:d ffSotnai if v:!:'r""is o, ex cept so far as the properly, estate o:- Sn'et so devised or bequeathed sial! xe- v Y property, estate or Interest to, whieb sch wit aess, or the husband or wi'e of such W.: would'be entitled, upon the t;1i:0re to eh-a such will, testanent or codIcW, Mt o th exten of such excess, the saidl dvoeg iey or beq'e't, shall be null and v(iI ; a1d su4h atp1,itmen shall be valid, if otherwise so ;ut pe SrSon ...

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 January 1866

Charleston Adyertisemlents. DRY (I 0ODS, Laces, Embroiie.ies, &L. J. R. READ & CO.. 269 King-street, Chaiest, S. C., H AVE consInry on rd a fIu assortm nct of the Fi%est E-zLiiOtion of DRESS GD, consisting in part of Back and colored Dres; Sills, French Meri nos, Poplins, Pelaiies, A':iecas, Bonin7 Lustres, Empress Cloths, Coburs, French, En glish, and American Prints, &e., &e. Together with many other .ew andl<heirable Goods. Our purpose is to keep const:1n1!y on hand the finest and most heiti ul Dress Good that are imported, be-, determined to ' tiintain the reputaton of eeping the firstCls0il'iU 11rn in the cit,. 269 King st eQt, 2 doors fremi our *I stand of the Lace-Store. LACES & EMBROITERIES. }EAL POI.T L N.N i T d Laes, Collas, S C and C' l, aid CoPars and SLeeve-, Faniey Trimnmod St iand Collars, saperifine French Embroideries, col gisting in part of Rieb Emidnl.) reud n set:, Vollars and Handkerchi-flI, Pluin Linen Collars and setws, Breakaset iens, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 January 1866

"Remimiscences of Bracebridge gall." BY ITOSPES. O a wet and stormy night in the early part of April, 1864, the alarm of fire startled the in mates of a hospitable and spacious mansion near the town of N---, who, with some guests from a neighboring town and district, and some near neighbors, were spending the evening sociably and pleasantly in the drawing room, with music sud song at intervals by one of the guests, a married lady, whose vocal powers were highly appreciated by the good people of the town of N-, several years ago. The flames had made such progress that, before the family were aware of it. they were bursting from the roof, illumi nating the grounds around, and hadf been ob served by some of the neighbors and persons living a mile distant. The fire had originated in the attic, from some cause yet unexplained, and in an hour or two, the edifice which had been built more than fifty years ago, and successively enlarged by two generations, was a heap of un sightly ruins. An...

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. — 31 January 1866

------- -- - - - r i - V -~ 2 -( . - = - - - } - - d1 - , ----- . * - --- -4 - -- - - - - - * * S I I - ; - -- - - W)NES,*IADVANCER)4O~ O~t~-E1os~ NEWBERRYU. S. C., WVEDNESDAY, J7ANULARY3,16 .3 r - - - -. R Y .9 a___ NEWBER uZ.~& IRDE] EERWE D At Newberry 0. MTOITRS. AND FROPTIEORSr S MONTHS, EITER CY OR ING OVSIONS. teth'd invariably in adrane.) ~etgkieiitsinserted at $1,50 per square, for 1 for esch subsequent insertion. M4 f-rFeralfny'tatins, Obituaries, a iiations of personal iikke4t o.arged tisements. -0e IN Bachelors New Year. ft-C UML REXCAM. Ussuse. %g iat less of brightnesg ~ nory year - ndgr i a-ghasdy whitenes -blss6omnicken, a RT -the sesspps icen -~~ eny.ea togco and1colder .ibergy. year, ' d tht I am olde ' 47~ .)~ejyear.; AnAi Ima-ae iem elastic, -Ad0 Wfft o tpA sopistic - Er my>abiia grow -ronastiq - 'io eback-a.ndhlacker E4eq Year; Upea-are waxiag weaker, ry yyeat - 40ie .yes wi; pasWlot giaing -' vek A .s-leManes ee ntranemig i& d1a I ave squandered fioe...

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. — 31 January 1866

Adtitg Nlose Calendar for 1808. - i 4[ 5 61 1 41 51 6 7 1 113 9 1 1, 1213 14 14 7521 1 7 217 192 21 21 22 23:2 25.26 27 722 2 i24,5; 26 7128 2t so 1,-- -- -L 250 to 3 - 1 3 31 - -. -0 4 46, 711 9i10O 9 111 4 1 17 W 4 516 1f8 -12 212 221 3 42 25 -9.2 -.--- 19 2 29 Z130 -42 - -52 6 1 3 . ; - -2 - - - 9 3 O 1i 67 a910 r 2. 314 4 6 71 8 1 1 3 14 15 17 . 9 10 11 12 13 1415 19 21 22 24 t 1631718 19'20121122 25 27 28 2930 31 '2324'25 26'27;2829 1 2 3 45 6 - i 4 5 6 8 190r 11 1 ) 7h fl 8 inte 1.e 16 17 S f1 rage il p4sied 18 19,20 24 23,24 2512 72 E 2 32 25:46 27 29 -l-- - - - g-lor28 a9 th f-- or - - 1 2 3 41- - - 1 2 3 6 7 8 o1011 12a 4a 6 6hen 8 9 10 r( 15 1678 19'S 11 12113 14 15!16 17 - 20'21 2231425 26 1 S 1 20 222 23 24 27 28 29 0 31 - - a [ -2 27,2 29130 - 3 25 6 7 9 2 4 561 81 10.17 12 14 15616 .4 9 16 1112 13 11;15 a*unced.Itis 231 de R o 1,1 " isn e1aity." t17118 19 21:221 23 161)1Q 2 24 2526 2930 -324 2512617128!29 From the correspondent of the Charleston Corier, (January 19) th...

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. — 31 January 1866

P14 N ORIENANCE H"ppes for the Town ofNeteberry -A year f Otr Lord e44eeta4k hured it w4raed by the Intendant and Wardens the ToW vffewery, .i0 onne assembled, b1j~y te athrity -or the sAMC, 1hat a tax of suahm and in mannar hereinafter mendaned, &Sbj rjved, . Pn4 paid to the Crk o70.e Of.Wod-Tqwt-_for the use of .said Town effeiberEly- that is to say : Twel SjL-half eents ad valorm on every hundrd .o thi assessed value of all real. est.t. 1thfn the cpraelimits- Of the said One dolar per bead on all male residents -'id Tow1; between the ages. of twenty-one year -except !uch prson or persons 4_1erly shown to t h atisfactin of ow Clerk incapable from maims, or other oIS of- propuring a livel4botd.. Tlenty-five cents btndred doLars on all incomes on factorage, * qgloymerite, facldes and professioll, including 7 trefeS&ion o&dendstry, (whethelr in the pro of the M, the profits be derived fro-m the W suit, fees or Qther sources of professional corne) excepting lelrgymen. P ke...

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. — 31 January 1866

* A H4 -MOON,G SCE. Akcorrespodeit thus--describes a scene that took-pace at Saratoga, a short time since, be tweena newly muarried couple-rwhO were spend log the'honev-noon: X bridal party caine down a few days since; I ooj.look inw sp~t in never saw a more honey-mo nM o *ylife. T'he bride-and groom looked, walked -and-acted love to the life. A more devoted cou Ple yo never beheld;' They were sitting in the Walor one morning when I accidently heard the Wdsband say, vith a melting tenderness of voico and ranner: "Did you speak, dearest ?" "No, pet, I did not-I was thinking," replied tha bride, looking as angelic as possible. aOf what were you thinking, my love?" "I hardly dare tell you my pet." "What, loveliest of your sex, distrust your adorer so soon -'Pardon-a thousand pardons, dear Edgar, if have even seemed to wrong so noble a being." "$p4-end-ike. y our own true self-like a fond and dearly loved wife," GiEdgar! Edgar! you are a flatterer; I know on are. .0, you naughty- man! y...

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. — 7 February 1866

- *- 4*T -264 S~X i~~ fl i~i 4tvn4~ f~a4nkr.nnAn- -*- EDo~ T F. GRENWKKRi> OWTE1S, 3NARtVANCE. -oq of ef ti ME -110MNEWBERRY, S. C., WEDN-ESAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1866. NUMBER _-H HE R ALD, -BLISHD EVERY WEDNESDAY, - Aflewberry C. l., Tm.F. & B. E.GENAR ~& EDITORS AND PROPRIETORs. -e5 OR SIY MONTHS, EITHER S TGRRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS. -jFinent required invariably-in advance.) - verWsementaiserted at $1,50 per square, for 1ertion 'lor each subsequent insertin. zotices, Funeral invitations, Obituaries, W Wunioations of personal interest charged nts. T-HE4'LERA. y n4,ver and fountai, jy.4weserand _plain, ver valley and mountain, 4 apcongeagainm see~teegsentan angel of wrathi, f or and aguish and death iu the path. -Iam stzbganai ethe dirk-jungles-sweeping; 4 An- the old Hindeostmn z4 - evas.wailingand weePipg. JVt4r4he plague-_isutten city, e'en Farians flee, And Qongloorpse-burthened, rolls on-to the sea. Oothe flower-scented-gale -Is tbe taiat of my breath, -4nd-P*r7Wan Wivem wiA...

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. — 7 February 1866

A AMr on Jbh*n IsImi. Trom one of the parties present we have ob-. tained the followinIg DarticuJlars : Laatfriday, a party of four gentlemen, on a viit beve from Penusylrania for tbe purpo6t of boyg hiad, &c., accompanied by two or three 6i2ene, obtaine4 the co4sent of General Sickles to visit all the islands adjacent to the city. The pWrty were fortunate, also, in being tendered by General Sickles the use of the Unized States ateam transport Mary Frances, and on Saturday mora6ng they left the city and proceeded -to the Pbwer end of John's Island, at the juncrion of the Szono vith the 4Kiawah River. 'he party went ashore,, hut were unable to reach the plantation which, they desired to eramine and ascerti.n whether it would answer the ptrpose of their business. They returned to the steamer, pre. *zously agreeiag to make another trial nex WQrntg. The party hailed a number of negroesI in a small beat going to the next plantation, and were tQld not to land at -ight, or they would c...

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. — 7 February 1866

o ss,----Pje*se announce Captain 42mwy W.I erbert as a candidate for Clerk of Ort of Common Pleaf and General Sessions NEWBERRY DISTRICT. Mf1f%%IOO pe Barr1. ogr, 1cts pe lb. *rits Turpentine, 75ts per gal. by t4ebhl. ~~Sl 81n, 8jc, per lb by the bil. I 41"6r goods in pioportion by jFIS1ER 4 LOWRANCE, C.oIhnbia, S. C. ~iWAm-erican IRay, AND no prepared to COMPRESS COTTON -.for nsportation or Storage. Sthigsyster of compressing, there is a sav v the shipper-of a per centage in. freight, preventirg loss by wear and tear, beside se p the eel)er a higher prie. Orders ta #k P_'rassj adjoiing the S.outh Carolina epo, CoIunmbia, S. C. iotice, - . ersa having demands against the Es ate of THOMAS WA TSON, deceased, will th'em in properly proven, to _Jares H. ilaam, (who is my agent,) on or before the 1st -Afy UfMrch ueXt. JOSEPH W ATSII, F"' 2 86 ; 6. ' AdMilislrator. m. 1l&OWFAT PEAS, Zxtra Early ~. * watfSagar - arly York Cabbage, Also, 8 CatoINaTDIGO. And rwetty general assortment 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. — 7 February 1866

Hq'ts, DEPART",ENT OF SOUTH CAROLINA, CharLston, January 1, 1866. 3 (General Orders, No. 1.] I- To the end that civil rights and immu -iaes may be enjoyed.; that kindly relations among the inhabitants of the Slate may be es lablisbed-that the rights and duties of the employervand-the free laborer respectively, may be defind ; that the soil mray be cultiva ted and the system of free labor fairly under -taken ; tet the owners 3f estates mav be se cnre in the possession of their lands and tene ments,; that persons, able and n' illing to work, may have employment ;-that idleness and va grancy may be discountenanced, aind encour -agement given to industry and thrift.; and that humane provision may be made for Ahe iged, infirm and destitute, the following reg ulations are-estiblished for the government of all concerned in this Department: I. All law shall be applicable alike to all the-inhabitants. - No person shall be held in cftpetent.to sue, make complaint, or to testi fy beca~bse of c...

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