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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 September 1868
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. — 30 September 1868
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. — 30 September 1868

.4, ~ NT - ~ad BCRU. yR 4. tin' ~~-tIi@ *i,ao, twelve rntoat~ -4 - 4' ~. ;~.J.I -'A. 'loW lqvbw '-a. * -, I, 4' bsx~ at ?hoIz~ mess. * ~'-~- UOWH, - 4'. 4,~ * NT~. ,.*1 I 4*, a ~ *,~**., .4, .- ~ ~ i~-~ 44 ~wab,d & -C> - -'~7~ - '4-- i McZ~UR1~. 4 t I? 'A, ~ta~4 - -~ - ~a~,v.BK*r*a~othe Amaoui 6. bdw~~~u*atI. eeeops - O1eg.v~4rMe -.4 '. hb%~$wrn l~.nsa~ 131oo4, * ~JgU~, aM me& .$k6:~ or I~.w~doo ?4b~4 -~ I~ am!' '4 .~ * ~~~1~ .. berry. f. .- - - -.t ~ ~t ~p~4,I i - ~ .~ - .~ I .4.. .4.- . I ~U~xIhote. aP, %r ~ ~P A~k~ 'A? &MaWDIL * U .4 -'i-. ~! - -, 'p = ~v4e~rt~ $* If - ~* -~ ~Uh4 - a.'j. ~ -~ btaL ernie, I wil 4~M ~ ~ 1868. -- whereon WUsu~LSfhT' 44 14. q.a.* i. .0 the fSeth Caro#aa-In atter of oab R.-..odrs Dei aF Mt~~ his=an tses aoart at C slesa,.U - DiiS, s i eeisi entb of October wext at li A, I to show tase if any they s prayer be not granted. And further take notice atha second and third meeting of creditors in this ease wil~~ d at-;M, office of. gesil Summe...

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. — 30 September 1868

NEWBERRY,'& C. +0 1 FP (OfENi n of & nt iai continued i J ao r other. of. our , everal matters are thus 4mia Tt t ewk . hich, w epit in the next. We spobgr Waanyan.dal short o thepaper. ited month has just to the grave was mortal of our sorely tried od i*tielufan vnahi little the bright and promising, the Ski sleeps besde spirit re ta raed- n da y' last, to restw ih je potber in the beau ti ba1se abase. We weep afresh ; a tq~ii% c~ima."boy.. r Cntbgto .whaai' be was #Iaad attentive, miss bis brkt smile and the beau Lchait of..his father's life bas lost another link. Gd is Hisinaerotible wIJdbom Ias seen per thus t ai Bis ways are not our ways, ebjg ggow in submission; sybis cIr promises affurd us the a6 greatly needed, and Iis " our brother and his be " pinU5'inWs T" a ee has been madc a Mony ieto t 0.. of no dag hes .- 00 en tha eM r. .s a pnroes. W aegnd te 8m b~ youg Lend - - noIaa4 ' morality the way uMup n hat Onth ThbaImah crds o sl ra - hadn't - them havent ina ad~ __...

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 October 1868

-NO AFOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLI R 't*WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER7 88 O4. -1-R L =0 WEDNUDAY MORNING, r. ., ewerry 0. L. * loB umUM, IN CURECY iOsVIBONs. samPtUqUtrd in"riablyin adyanoe. one., raeeral Invibstto.,ob betIgpriva:e -Party nd the Ne Will econiruction - 3e iway?--What * $A .1e York World says. =x tid the beading, "A Frank Answer 4o an Insidious Question," -9 t leading editorial 4 ipe~w York World =The World is - oisnti and, in$uen : oraQtie organs at wad is understood to vbe viC s.of those who will 4 - . . tliDemcrat # eE:eAt of its success The position which very widely .any .Southern coneeived to be the abia *sd pubgely. declared in e of the National Democra ,; t a'i ifuf cbroniclers of eventes, we, therefore, Of the World 481 fers. The.article to WS in reply to g paragraphs which the New York Times, "Wn 1d last ~ J- tb. poij ey -thus~ ea}fi Seymour, if motsf1the new gov " as -al and void, and -E2the- military to sad re-establish the - ~gs whieb ongress = Thi...

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 October 1868

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesda Morning, Oct 7, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, of New York. FOR VIi'E-PRESIDENT, FRANCIS P. BLAIR, of Missouri. nt jepublican Convention Splt. - The convention for the second con district, which took place in Charleston, on bursday night, ended in t; Bowen, on the one side, and -- ,denks on the other, have- received the ioatioa for Congress, and will both - ~ Tiaringtan Democrat * 1 6b te-appropriate title of a new *glwv ting.lstant for public favor, Beya -isat Darlington C. H., by E. P. .-Lucas, at $2.50 per annum. The first 1 i66er of the Democrat, and just issued, srevuuic gratified to find among our 'tadges. It is decidedly neat in typo & saphial" appearance, and edited with om.f,dederable ability, and must at once 4bsim6aprominent position in the ranks 4heilcal State Press. We wish the emocrat ald its energetic proprietor 0d speed. " layal Xurdefing in a Chnrch. eonditiou of affairs are deplorable - Arkansas; prom an account in the N ; . ourn...

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 October 1868

TEoVIIG Aut1ldShoe Store. ewerry G. H., S. C. - a be a!ge~ and well selected stock of h s,r Rubbers, sting of 1U? STOGA .g a fse & ortment of "i - -Boys Boots, urgrtme-selected assortment of __'3VV4-_KID, AGUAT AND SERGE AND GAITERS, S hin to be found in a * ~-CLASS " 1L-ho Store. P oo ad ioei made to order. 30 ::A TO CALL at the BIG BOOT. O strict Court otSouth Carolina _ 1n m1rkuptcy. - s"ef ifbd . Eothers sikitrupt-. r ab .f the Bon. Geo. S. Bryan, nited States District Court, Sesti Caroina, I will Hose, d day -of Novem we Htses ad Lots, yllg-of elena nd be Ne.of Jacob S. Bowers, * - qwth:4welling,and ap -lobof JT. B. Smith sJa N. 2, contains (t) an acre, more or Jees, with :Loi No 3,. contains (t) ssof asagre, aiore or less, with ~fOdEsetten other lands or sand ( *rabaeer to pay-for pa- 1 - .L rmrERSON,4 - AAssignee. of eorge A ths bours t*e, contain- f (85I) acres, I Serss,.arsr esse - 8ogth. CurolIna. In2 .gwthet et George H. tao'ice of hb mpOIll - ettate of GereH. P A*Ne....

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 October 1868

'Way down South in Dixie I Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Pome roy left the city, to fill engage a en the stump in the interior, and has played us a nice trick. Finding a returned soldici on the -street, with an old hand organ, on whidh he pays ten dol lars a yar license, which goes to the support of the bondholders, he hired him'to come to the office of theDemocrat, and, from 1 o'clock till 4 every afternoon, play "Dixie !" fi And here he is, under our win do'w. We like it, but the editors dthe aare outraged! One of them says it is a d-d nuisance ! .Anothersays it isdamnable ! And there he sits and-grinds "Oh! Twish Twas in Dixie 'Way down South in Dixie" hour ifter hour. The man won't move;:he says Pomeroy hired him bg thy wok. The &n folks don't like it. Passers-by wonder why in thunder he don't change his 'ilne I One man, from Goshen, ;-nge County, stood there an hour, to-day, waiting to hear the "next tune. But no other tune comes out the horrid instrument. And there he sits, gri...

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. — 14 October 1868

THREE DOLLA S A YE-a,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [IADVANC. VOL.1V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14,_1868. NO 42. THEHERALD Is PUBIESHED LVRY W3DNESDAY MOBNING, At Newberry C. H., -r THOS. P. & . H. GRE E eS PEE ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. p .t roqirinvariably in advance. watjoes, Iaral Invitations, Obit 1 s nmWenaitma suberving private ,ar barged as advertisements. Speechof Hon. Ellison S. Keitt. Practical View of the Politi cal Situation-The Tone and Temper of the South-Effects of Radical Policy on the National Snid & of the Country-Con 4 ti n of South Carolina Under m igto Rule-Financial State of I theGovernment-A Timely Warn ; . >R e publish below the eloquent speech of the Hon Ellison S. Keitt f- o- the Yung Men's Democra tie Union 1ub of this city. Col. Keitt is a South Carolina planter. re comes from among the people - of the South. He is a represen tative man of the highest class of educated Southern gentlemen. He s.-honorable in every impul...

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. — 14 October 1868

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Oct 14, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, 9ORATIO SEYMOUR, of New York. FOR VIi'E-PRESIDENT, FRANCIS P. BLAIR, of Missouri. Bring your Cotton to Newberry. Bring your cotton to Newberry farm ers. Our merchants ht.re are paying the highest price for cotton, and it is folly to haul it to any other market, when you can do as well nearer home and thus save time and trouble. Bring your cot ton here by all means, and lay in your supplies, which are abundant, and which can be had at favorable prices too. CoL Keitt's Address. On our first page will be foind an able address delivered by our fellow-citi sens, Col. Ellison Keitt, delivered before the Young Men's Democratic Association in the City of New York, and which we have copied from the N. Y. Record and vindicator. The Editor of that paper in his introductory remarks pays a well de served tribute of praise to the distin guished and eloquent speaker. The Time is Short. Only a few weeks' working time yet remain, democr...

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. — 14 October 1868

New Fall Goods 1! NOW OPENING AT A. Singleton's, UNDER THE HOTEL, BETWEEN WILSON & WICKER'S AND R. H. MARSHAL'S. My stock consists in part of OSNABURGS, SHIRTINGS, BED TICK, HOMESPUN, CHECKS, STRIPES, PRINTS, CASSIMERS, KERSEYS, SHOES AND BOOTS, HATS AND CLOTHING, SUGAR, COFFEE, MOLASSES, FULTON MARKET BEEF, RICE, SALT, &c. Prioes very I.ow T Give me a call before buying elsewhere. oet 7 41 A. SINGLETON. Dry Goods ! We are just receiving a splendid atock of DRESS EUDS, White Goods, Prints, Bleached Goods, Bro. Sheetings and Shirtings, White and Striped Osnaburgs, Also a good line of Cloths, Cassimers, Jeans, Kerseys, Linseys, White and Red Flannels, Opera Flnels, Balmoraland Ho>p Skirts, &e. &e. LOVELACE & WHEELER. DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, GROCERIES. ?endeagne bave now in store A il stock of Fancy and Staple DyGoods. A fll8tock of' Groceries, -A *fall stock of Hard ware, incelu dinig Sweede, Horse Shoe and Tire Iron1 Horse and Mule Shoes, Horse Shoe Nails, Shoemak...

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. — 14 October 1868

Republic. (Sensation.) Save her grand and time honored principles from an untimely death and burial. Save our people from anarchy and the black race from destruction while yet you have the power to do so. Show to the world that you are asjust in peace as brave in war. (Loud applause.) All we ask is thatyou raise up intelligence and virtue, now crushed to earth in the South, and that you see to it that ?e get an intelligent gov ernment, wisely and economically administered. The task is easy. You are the. orgin and source of all power in our Government. (Loud cheering.) The President has had his plan of reconstruction: Congress has had its plan. Ii is now for you who are above both the President and Congress, to say what shall ' be the final plan. (Loud applause.) Should you raise Mr. Seymour (Cheers) to the Presidency upon the Democratic platform, and de cide against the Congressional plan of reconstruction, and the supreme Court take courage and vindicate its independency and decide...

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. — 21 October 1868

4104 THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR TIRE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL I[INVARIABLY IN ADVA i VOL. IV. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1868. No 43. a4 iEtHERALD a "- - IS PUBLIS1ED ai3VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., ys TaoS. F. It. . G, R* BE8 PER ANNUM, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. ' etsmestregeIred invariably in advance. eotos, Funeral Invitations, Obit i s4 Communications subserving private' - lwente.re charged as advertisements. n a'Act to Organize the Circuit Courts. Wo publish below portions or sec of this Act, embracing the fea - i 'f principal interest to. our read Ars The State being divided into ei;ht 1 its, the Act reads as follows: ' '- e The Counties of Charleston and Y -th eburg shall constitute the first me X 9 .Te Counties of Edgefield, Barn d ~ CoUleton and Beaufort shall consti St e- second Circuit. ell *-t.*% Counties of Sumter, Clarendon, - 4 il$imsburg, Georgetown. and 1l,irry, -1HiNonstttute the third Circuit. ' '- The Counties of Chesterfield. Marl 9-bis- Marion...

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. — 21 October 1868

SINGULAR CAsE.-A Vermont paper _*ays: There i& a man in this State who c9nnot speak to his father. Previous to his birth some difficulty arose between his mother and father, and for a consid erable time she refused to speak with 1tim. - The difficulty was subsequently healed, the child was born, and in due time began to talk ; but when sitting with his father, was invariably silent. It eontinued so until the child was five years old, when the father, having ex hausted his powers of persuasion, threat ened it with punishment for its stub bornness. When the punishment was inflicted, it elicited nothing but sighs and groans, which told but too plainly that the little sufferer could not speak, though he vainly endeavored to do so. All who were present united in the opin ion that it was impossible for the child to speak to its father. Time proved this opinion to be correct. At a mature age its efforts to converse with its parent ebold only produce the most bitter sighs and groans. In...

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. — 21 October 1868

'Tie State of South Carolina. NEWBERRY DISTRICT-IN EQriT. Silas Johnstone, Successor, Comisssioner In * _ Equity. vs.- J. H. Suber and others. By order of the Court in ths ease, I will sell, before the Court House at Newberry, S-,enthe first Monday in November 186S, a tsac of land situated in the District and iate aforesaid, containing One hundred and sixty acres, and one fourth, more or less, and bounded by lands of Herry Suber, Danied Suber, Hardy Suber, John Glymph and others. Also a tract of land situated in said Dis - frit and State, containing Seventy-seven acres, and six-tenths sbore or les, and bounded by lands of John - '(Glymph, Miles Cronier and Uriah Cromer. TERMS-One third in cash, the balance of ,the purchase money, payable at twelve a.nths with interest from day of sale, to be secured by bord with at least two good ..areties, and a mortgage of the property sold. - ee'sOHice, SILpA S JOHNSTONE, - Oct. 14 42 3. *12 C. E. N. D. STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA NewberryDistrict-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. — 21 October 1868

A Reconstructed Wedding. .vedding lately. took , county, at which the _ xthus spoke re is a. couple who have to-night, wishing to be jine$ a ,and thro' love, and wishid all dem dat have any ting tw dem come forvward a:d ow;'if not, let dem hold darpea+e-now and forever more. Vvabts Overy ear to hear, and yeart to enjoy. . ~ z i. Jim Thompson, whomsoev g aid by your left side, do you rr t er for your beloved wife, to ""sit On her through sickness and 5 4ibogh health, safe and be safe, 6.o n be-.holy, loving and be -o lving do you love her mother; ou love her father ; do you t a eve&er -brothers ; do you love her 3 @;,O you love her masters ; do. da love her mistress ; but do vGod the best ?" ki~wer-'I do.' 'selary Thompson, whom $oevee stands fastly by your right om take to be yom'. dear hasband, to wait on him *b health and through con safe and be safe, holy and d do you love his mother; Py. iod-?ove his father; do you love his brothers ; do you love his &#ii do you love Gcd...

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. — 28 October 1868

beaS l t f - ~ - ' .-- -- -- -J. -Y. -.~-~ Y F x]F R T E D S E I A I NOwS F L I T L IEWDE DY MR I G C O 3 em wuwrmsgr MeNING, *A-10 eses C.3. amas -asGa Vaessc Isvaations, obit embwrvims privne 'se as advetiseents. eGasts the Man byahe to vente and of the tate noW iet and sit and by _ e-se All per 4.d toivote' ince e ep sentatires in Asmbly shall be ffd wd.: asere as %oig .persos sha A*iMng as jroers, "Oniot, noreutet ant r"=*-r t8fe -'e rAl, #'j u& ecn retary-of -~ e thef the 4 isipn o'ftl aGen -se, ;ordwad Justoes ~Ia#4WV5ieY f mi'stcts ofh i[ltors an4 Treas W. : o ris, Registers " ~ Cooners, Con xstshabs of the UUi . uyrl liehd ~~~qsja thir~ depuies, oad - sir dep edutrs- of the U nited ia.alors and attor eys ES*rand !milist4*;er of the t,Ygel t : Precep sees ue tese (4e1e iucUrpourated roleng physiin ?as-egrly licensed, Se ers of incirpora Sdrs of sday n ews tsi t ferrtymen, suc1 -and empl6yee of rail ' terenscupt by law, are more than 22! old.' to ~ ~~ erson salb ibct ~psdf...

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. — 28 October 1868

Wduas"y o rning, Oct 2d, 188. FOR PRESIDENT, IORATIO SEYMOUR, of New York. 1'OR VIE-PRESIDENT, FRANCIS P. BLAIR, of Missouri. subecriptions 83 per ann=, for six in advane. 7 Eft:ene eztisto' eer up of club. es eKh exropy of ppr mee hsndsome volume. - .t-mnt sesa n extraof .u~r and Savens' great work on the war, in 2 vo illus per square of 12 lines, or one 1b first, and 61 for each sub" nsrton ; liberal deductioaa for quar fearly, oryearlydvet nts. s t advertieemen8s and assignee notices i fage.neos, ottitnaries, and communica tin to private Iftereets are cared ati/taad foes be accompanied neaily and expeditiously executed I ok out for the 4 mark. lpersons indebted will please pay jortiwith and immediately. 1. P. Beard, of Columbia, is our an tborized ageht for the collection of dues, Yor Tereceiving oY subscriptions or 8vEddi enits for this paper. - sf ;. 8secatisia, R gfetrjce to- card, is anotber eel 'i Ihe seen, by the announce Z of*3essrs. Robt. Mure & Co., that 9,&nm co...

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. — 28 October 1868

In addo to the above, I am prepared t eM ordefo Mt i sft bf vehicles, such /FS, CARRIASES,&C. ted.man>;facture of. COOK, 'kmd, formerly of thik-pfaee, stock. AM 'orders promp-iy Z. L.WHITE. Tte state of South Carolina. * wus~aLDzsraer-Is EQuTr. Slas JSaeccesor, Comisssioner In EqtAy. vs. J. I:Sober and others. +f3#'4i' of-the Court s case, I will ,% t,he Court Honse at Newtiery, as the 5'* 4q: i 9vember 1S68, a rtofln ,situated in the. Disti ict and coInIId, eotainrig - $ tj aqes, and one fourth, more or less, and bcunded -Dantied Saber, . a ph aud-others. i6o4nah skusted is said Ois ' &ste, cs.tainng e en -acres, and sxi-tenths and bounded by leds of John ileaCrower aud .Sriah Cromer. e tbird in cash, the balance of . , isgpypble at .twelve res from day of salq$o be with at le*st two good t o ag of a -t" 17 STATE OF SOUTE CAROLINA N~ tX Ilri ict-In Equity. - > .eitDk l s,.Thos. J. .s4tu2LM.a eb Partidoui. onder of tbe'totin this e ss, I will -ebe-O ur -House, at. Newb...

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. — 28 October 1868

I0 VZO! -TrO WHO! TO W110 'Twa ild"autumtiaiiglit, os to view, clas obscured fair Venus' ight, A star appeared in sight,, the thick forest through. No M s-as usuai-rblue." ,t a swI ard, "tacking left and right, once, he -brought up right t-a old dead yew, ich he 'rounded to.' And 'squaring off,' at- if to fight, rd yrith an oath-'I :han't Indite, .-i-ernal scoundrel you t - t i kick you, black or whitet -J +t then above then flew A Owl, which on a branch did light, A few feet o'er the booas wift. And tht% commnenced: 'To-who ; ho -s -to-who-to-whl"u " Qg ins: ' -n't you Mink to fright fbhlow t my weigh and beight, "With your "ter-who-ter-who? "You tssed bugaboo! if you're B labab, i's quite . . uW5~'y,u should light MggIis ain't your does. nou-y mat ors arc all aight;" ptslater's paid up-honor bright !" eratbe Owl withdrew. ?And1Xggia s zezd. too. But there are othcr chaps who makt Be caught out some late d4mal night, Who havn't paid what's due, They know to-who-to-who! JU M ESTEN1 ...

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