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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 February 1869

zREE DOLLARS A YEA,] OR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGE VOL . WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRU21 " i9t~HERiLBI Is PUBLIBD iYRKY WEDNESDAY MORNING, th ci At Newberry C. H., ggg~B. . . GB BNEEEE. Ua8S, $I FEE ANNUM, IN CURRENCY Ai OR PROVISIONS. 0: in advance. ngo~ Notices, FPaeral Invitations, Obit - aes, ;.onIeations sabserving private In Mtsewe, are ibar=ed as advertisements. W Something Nice. nT remmoied,to the Kingsmore Gal- B es & Martin's Store) which ng thorough repairs, and a ill have plenty of room with an excellent N cy4igbt, and will be ready to move by Come one-come all, and us how things work in this commodious ao, a goed lot of albums at extreme- g, low prices. " kinds of work done in the line of w Tibatl 4of Wren & Wheeler's Nega- &i _ eetliat wen taken,at this place. . o chaqp nothing for looking and To ?'d:4 ba plctore. T pe ' tfully,* Fc W. H. WISEMAN. Dec. SS 5tf. T b BUY YOUR C CLOTHIN G oad lumbia ,of o Ba APS. Irl'. gV IK IJ 7 Th y :efl. o CNEAPEST, 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. — 24 February 1869

The Ice crop will be short this Summer. Terrible state of affairs in the Island of Cuba-war and pestilence. Wealthy Cuban familiet are leaving for the States. The Grecian bend has reached Califor. nia, but there it is called the Pacific slope. Brigham Young's seventy wivcs are quite indignant at the report that he is sick. A woman gouged out another woman's eye in Cincinnati last week, and was sned $2 for it. An Ohio farmer, aged 70 years having attempted to marry a girl of 16, his children had him arrested for insanity. Two men, in Dubois county, Ind., re 1's2tUy swapped wives, one paying the other three bushels of corn to boot. Dr. Mudd will be pardoned, and it is believed that Spangler and Arnold will aTao receive their pardon. Aa "Agricultural Locomotivo" has *been' bouilt in California that runs 80 plows at one time. Seven farmers in one Vermont village Iaie 102 children. Jonathan Eddy's --=bate is 19. He heads the list. The Delaware Legislature is said to be devoting its atten...

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 February 1869

~AHE LEA~ woe- WITHN] wii e\ a 37 -b ms 1&autfuls Cookin Str kith~ Traoing wintgoh y,it ~~WDE2,IGreed Jucon.l nh 30~eIlOut fBhemay. 4 Ksiembts .i....5s P stl crM wihWbao n Mnhs -...........5.00 P M a... .....U.....- .3 P SI~toL.......... A ....................0P M ........ .............. 5A P ---... ... ....* A * ? N .~....I .10 A. ' .j rl' ssoa............25A ~ Gri-m - ia ys.dJuc - ..........40 PM ....................7.0,P M ........ ... .........6.35A M ....... ............9.0All ims ton a.s a sixate ws emtpS. It is -double WigyanIC .3%has three One 4ee Issue do - ad 3 ermons. A rmer, and a vast amount San. It gilesabovt double the matter sa ise that.bmsteforth It must wtakenby sh4Us who wan it. bend for a ~~W~j E~EWV lk ablsher.. by SlLAw5ITH C tOLINA.1 agethrefreto eite and admonsh andsinulr, hekindred and creditors of egi4egmaset be and .appear before 4 1tbte dort of Probite te he hedat Neuburry Cours Bouse. on the 2.md day of -kE me? after-.publication hereof, a: fos o, to...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 February 1869

-The Light at Home. Th. light at home how bright it beams - When evening shades around us fall; Andhi the lattice far it gleams, To love and rest, and comfort all; Wen warIed with the toils of day, And strifb for gory gold, or fame, How sweet to seek the quiet way, W,jre lgving lips win lisp our name Around the light at homel When through the dark and stormy nigbt The wayward wanderer homeward fWes, Now eheering is that twinkling light, Which through the forest gloom he spies! -rIthe light of home. He feels That loving hearts will greet him there, And saMfly through his bosom steals The joy and love that banish care Around the light at home. the lght at home bow still and sweet :It peeps from yonder cottage door, T rl lborerto greet, When rough toils of day are o'er! 8ad is the soul that does not know The bless'g that the beams impart The cheerful hopes and joys that flow And lhten up the heaviest heart Around the light at home. Horse fesh is rising in estimate - in Berlin as an art...

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. — 3 March 1869

7 1 -TYlb OLLR.AYE'AR)l FOR THE DISSEMINATION OV. U'SEFUL 'INTELLIGENCE.#I 4IBY NAV~~ _____ ~WEDNESDAY MOItNIN\G, MAIRCH 3 89 O9 THE HERALD 11 PULISIRD EVEAY 'WEDNESDAY MOJtNING, At Newberry 0. I., BY -TH0. F. & R. H. GRENEER. )O1 88. PER ANNU51, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Iryment required invariably In advance. Marriage Notices. Pneral Inkvitatlont, Obit faries, and Communicatioms iituberving private iterets, are charged as udvertisemtene. Somnething Nice. I.hvo removed to the Kingamore Gal. lory (over Mayes & Martin's Store) which haslandergone thorough repairs. I live Ve fity of room 'with an excellent sky Z. Come one-come till, and tee how 1M,"gq work in this comnnodions gallery. Also, a good lot of albuins at extreme. ly Iov prices. I4f kinds of work dono ln,the line of Photography. I have all of Wren & Wheeler's Nega. tives that were taken at this pinee. We charge nothing for looking, and ;o much for a picture. RespectfUlly, qc. 23 52 t IV. ii. WISEMAN. TOUR C L O0...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 March 1869

NEWBERRY, S. C, Waft"day MoniUg, March 8, 1889. Upecial. As Oourt will hold for several weeks may be, and will bring to towt quite a number perhaps of our regular and Ar regular subscribers, some of the first ol whom imay perchanceo i In arrears and the latter of the 'lass who trust to chanco for a sight',of their district paper, we cor "dIalt"CTAG 0b 'ono and the other to ,.Jylp,p-to renew ar)d subscribe. Do nht forget it while In town. Parties in. dslited for advertising are also invited to c jbagettlo.' The Legislature, Is still in session, with a vast amount of iitfiish&d usioess yet before it, and no.wonder,(r a lazier set of raps the world never saw. *bout three hours a day-la scemingly dvoed to work-the rest to special egjoynents. The constitutional structure, said to be a pAk from hla*a ehusetts, one froin Ohio, several from Vermont, with one broad beam fron Africa, isr snug naeqite. lThe last broad beam Is thO strongest,pland of of), The Iron Clad Otth. A bill Is now be...

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. — 3 March 1869

TME LEA to most beatifuil Cooking 8 do A. 1da of Cooking with as lit ta4vo . It is Very heavy and d LE ER, I (ep colnstantly oil bI opoiato well. Out of the many safiction. -'Tho Tin Business is still carri 1.Feb17 W. G. GLENN, WITH GEO. C. ROBINSON, GROCER AND co Innuissioll MVerclhant, - .% Broad Street, AJGif&k-, eso R 9 IA . Cilosce Family G~ roceries, 'OF EVERY DEBOIRIPTION, gitar-Sa(lt, Potatocs, Salt Fish,&c(. At the Lowest Cash Frices. ' bei 2 49 Oinos. You Can Get Them for Nothing! WHAT ? *Why a copy of thec New York Day Book, A Thorough go-uhead Democratic newspaper, and1 a copy of our :ownl District pnper, the Newberry Herald. For Ono Year G-R~A TIS. Just listen to wvhat proposes. Any one person that buys $12 'worth of Fish from me between this date (24th Fob.) and the 10th' -of next moqnth, will reccive a copy ofthe New York Day Book -Gratis for one year. And any one person buying $24 'Worth within that time will receive an'a6py of the New York Day Book, -also 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. — 3 March 1869

V ti, oumna.-Hore is an experi once ;.it is told by Stone of tihe Noentah VqVi64, and will be found touching One quiet night in leafy June, when t6h,ind bid, were all In tune, two lovers walked eneath the toon. The nigha ias fair--so was tle umid ; they walkei and itilked bienath tle shin, i,t;gnm too lharip or maike nifnid. Ier -llino wVas SIte and his %% iq Jill), Itid ie jt anelmdv ab was Ihm ; lie took to her and slit to hii. S-mys Jim to Sue "b16y all the smrkes that sq-tirm amoLnL. tihe biush und brnke,4, I like yum he iter'ii ,Witkoe,rheat eakoes.'' Sys Sie to Jim "Since you've begim it, aid come aind Pone and done it, I like voti next to a niew huinnit !" Snvs Ji't to Smle-"ly heart yot've IOu.st%:Il ; but I hnve aIlways gals mistrusted, id tin iarv n is to lie trusted." Slys Site to Jillm-"*I will le trotu ; if you love I as I love you, no knifek enit cut our love Ii twoo." Snys Jim to Sue--'Thrtnkgh thit-k nIi thin, for youir trute Itivyer enmitt nile in, ; 1'11 court no I...

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. — 3 March 1869

TE'EE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELIGENCE, ADyMC& YOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAR " tt HERALDO Z ;T 1S P63LI8SD "MY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., 3r TSOS. F. a R. H. GREN - - t-' FEE ANNUM, IN CURRENCY - O POVISIONS. . tN ehed invariably in advance. " ' Nic, Faneral Invitations, Obit wiwrlead Communications ,ubverving private trlseete,are ebarsed as edvertisements. Something Nice. I,h" temoved to the Kingsmore Ga G a l - M a y e s & M a r t i n ' s S t o r e ) w h i c h thorough repairs. I have Of room with an excellent sky Come one-come all, and see how r wek in this commodious gallery. i ood lot of albums at extreme - 1 kinds of work done in the line of 1hotography. I havPe aR of Wren & Wheeler's Nega ' -that were taken at this place. bage nothing for lookiug, and Hiltsc. for b picture. - Bespectfully, W. fi. WISEMAN. n De. 28 5 t. BUY YOUR CLOTHING I Columbia, of V,, S1IIFFIFLD,. They Sell the. CHEAPEST, TEE BEST MADE, AND ot Durable Clo...

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. — 3 March 1869

NEWBERRY, S. C. WV.abas W erning, March 3, 1$$9. As Court will hold for several weeks may be, and will bring to town quite a tkumber perhaps of our regular and ir regalar subscribers, some of the !.rst of whom may perchance beh i brrears and the latter of the class whr trust to chance for a sight'of their district paper, we cor ,dially Ivite the one and the other to. eome Yt+-to renew and subscribe. Do a f orget it while in town. Parties in debted for advertising are also invited to call and st ttle.. ; ~. A-M iegte, Is stil in-session, with a vast amount A af aSixhtd.business yet before it, and no.weader, fora lasierset of reps the world &ever saw. About three hours a day is seemingly devoted to work-the rest to special enjoyments. The constitutional trcture, said to be a plank from Masa ehusetts, one from Ohio, several from Vermont, with one broad beam from Africa, isa snug machine. The last broad bem is the strongest plank of all. The Ircn Clad Oatb. A bill is now l*fore 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. — 3 March 1869

ITHE LEA WITH AN a, - The most beautiful Cooking S do all kinds of Cooking with as lit -stove has. It is very heavy and 'LADER, I keep constantly on Ii Sprat.well. Out of the many _antifaction. ' TheTin Business is still carri W G. GLENN, WITH GUO. 0. ROBINSON, GROCER AND dem aiaMerchat, -- e Dread stre~et, AVGVSTA, GE0E9IA. AtAJ~!9~t Casb1ices. Tk~n Jr Nothing. hya copy of the I.weork Day Book, -A bhwsugh go-ahead Democratic nwie and a copy of our wihDstrict paper, the - WO b3rry Herald. *For One Year n GA TIS. Just listen to what Aw XRSAUL L propose.. *Any urhe person that buys $12 edeh ;of F!ish from me between thi date (24th Feb.) ar.d the .10th ofMinoath, will receive a copy =New York D)ay Book &sOrti. for one year. :sie ay one personl buying $24 wrth within that time will receive a*epy of the New York Day Book, 'alw of the Newberry Herald gra ti o one year. - 3ew is your chance-come up with your names. You who want the papers let me - bowat once, so that my orders fun.)' u...

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. — 3 March 1869

Vm:t Toccnxo.-Here is an experi snoe; it is told by Stone of the Neenah Times, and will be found touching: Qne quiet night in leafy June, when bees and birds were all in tun e, two lovers walked beneath the moon. The night was fair-so was the maid ; they walked and talked beneath the shade, with none t.s hario or make afraid. Her lauu.e was Sue and his on. Jim, and he was fat and "he was thit ; he tonk to her and she t" him. S-ys Jim to Sue b--"" all the snakes that ,q .iru among the bi ush and "rake<. I iike vou hei ter't iael"wbeat rakes.' Says Sue to Jim "Since you've begtir it. and come and eone and done it, I like you next to a new bunnit !" Says Jim to Sue-"My heart.tou've huttetl ; but I have always gals misti usted, anil nary a ore is to he trusted." Savs Sne to Jim-"I will be true ; if you love I as I love you, no knife can.cuf our love in two." Says Jim to Sue-'Threugh thick and thin, for your true lovyer count me in); 'lIl court io other g'arl agin. Jim leaned . to Sue...

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. — 10 March 1869

MOM. 7a Doaa A Yw R,] FOR THE DISSENINATION F USEFUL INTELLIGENEIIVRAL xAVYE TNOi10. . Q.WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 0 89 X'ERY WEDNESDAY MOIRNING, At Newberry 0. H., Eypno. r.A R. H. mnna mjil i$ Pli ANNU., I1q CURRENCY OR* 6 PSOVISI45 I. .1 on Pnovss6ois. zpiadsblin advanee. [Taeri?ivititions, Obit 1mI , sad dama.ats suabuervl.g priate SOmething Nice. Sit4.ba'. removed to the Kingstnore Gal '5ilover Mayes & Martin's Store) which has undegoae thorough repairs. I have plenty of room. with an excellent sky. Nght. Come one-come all, and see how " .ith:s commodious gallery. b6dT lot ofalbums at extreme ylow prie&. All kinds of work done in the line of r @Wreu & Wheeler's Nega t'ere taken at this plare. We charge nothing for looking, and not much for a picture. I siet fulfy. - t'. W. HI. W ISEMAN. WYrtOUA CTOTH ING Columbia, of i . f. TFFEL, A4M5APEST, TH r' MADE, AND .kby4DuablCthing nt Life Insurace S iteworld, Fortthe V LP b heid ere it e S8 t lavariabipi al m llwd ytheterm ...

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 March 1869

.OrsatIznagra Addres.. Wsatxoron, Mach"~4.-At ~the inaugu rstioa this morning, Gen. Grant said : CmTsds of TaS UNIEvD STATES ; Your ssfrage having e!ected me to the office of treaident of the United States, I have, in eoofotmity with the Constitution of our sentry, taken the oath ofpoMe prescribed - therein. I have takfn tip.onth without .t .*al riservatfon, and wish she deternmi aetim sa do, to the best of my- ability, all that it requires of me. The responsihili tie. of the position I feel, but accept them eitbout fear. The oce has come to me nnsought. I commence its duties untram meked. I bring to It a conscientious desire nud atsem,Ia.ian to ML1t, to the best of my ablty, to the satisfaction of the peo ple leading,qestions aiaing the peNie ndhd, I "il always express my views A.iCongrete, and urge them according to ~v Jidg'ent ; and, when I think It advis '4 the constitutional privi a veto, to defeat meas msppose. But all laws will be M tr executed, whether they meet m." approval...

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 March 1869

MEBTiU.t" Is made from the Phaosph b~mainawn, only inferior to Peravian Guano in Its a..m.m.a, and poie ulities of the greatest value to ti * ~ ~manlak at~ ~LABORATOR1 ~au eoCCAROLINA FERTrIZERR, personall Mo. wie ome water of combintion expelled at a - - - -- 6.17 - - Y~: . 4131 - 1S da - ------- -er tehesIe relts, I am glad to'eertiy totea Inset FEETILIZER to Planters and ( TEE LELAH WITH[ AND WITI -- ; - ei most beautiful Cooking Stove now in r *&hg of Cooking with as little fuel as an: St4412 IT is very heavy and durable, and i bA1R, I keep constantly on hand a large as Out of the many Stores I hav< t business is still carried on in its v Sale. In the Dis b as 6der to me directed, UNITED STAT adn,at Newberry Term. 16. In de 90b March instant, of Newberry C &&Ijemntse., Iilonging to for fail aS * dyrof 18 - Charleston S,. C dd1 . o1sad0Bankrupi e.plae, and abew Cotirtofthe Naitd tates. the of th c a at FERT1 LaERk. ,;ater And - - t~he oeoefJ. r Te W H o rdCon. lsti...

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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. — 10 March 1869

A Fair Dentist. Yesterday, in Philadelphia, a woman graduated in dental sur gery, and received her diploma. She isa widow now, but we pre die hft she will not remain in thafunsatisfactory state bat a very short time. The advent of this female den tist into the profession, will cre ate-a sensation in Philadelphia. Her rooms will be crowded "from early morn to dewy eve." Every young fellow in the "City of B therly Love" will have the toothache, and we question if the widow can l a tithe of the cari ous teeth that will be offered for her inspection. It is absolutely indispensable to a successful oper ation that the dentist's left arm encircle the neck of the patient; sad Oh I how patient the young men and the widowers who pa tronize the fair dentist will be. Of course, two-thirds of the geatlemen of dilapidated mouths, *iii faint just as soon > as the doe tor exhibits -her instruments; and t wil-4ever do to permit them- to fall headlong to the floor; some body must avert the catastr...

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. — 10 March 1869

O:I L R-s', )(EA111. s . * I 11'- (TJvaurAAt I- A DVAN FOR TCE DISS EIN TION O I US FUL N L NCIL -YOLY. - . WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1869 _ _ _ __ _ O 1 0 . THE IllElA LD 18 PUVjSHD EVERY WEdNESDAY MONING, At Newberry'0. H., Ry 94 .&. Hi:0EENgKER, MRIL6;8I'rINcit' ANNuM3, IN CUIRtENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentrequiredinvaliubly in advance. Martlege Notices, Funeral Itnvitations, Obil laries, and Communications jaubsilrving privatuo Intest, are charsed as advertisemeunts. Pompthing Nice. I.have removed to the Kingsmtiore G10 tor(over.4fayet & Martin's Store) which bs undergone thorough repairm. I have plenity of room vith an excellent sky. light. Come one-comoe aill, ai see how things w9rk in thi commodionis gallery. (Al'o; a good lot of albums at extreme. ly low prices. All kinds of work dono in the line of Photography. tt'rpall'of Wren & Wheeler's Nega. ties1t hiVere taken at this pIone. We charge nothing for looking, and not much for a pilture. W.11. IISEMANM. De, 28 ...

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 March 1869

Grant's Inaugural Address. WAStrINUTON, 316601 .f.aA t-thal inatiil' ration this morning. Gen. Granit Paid : CIt11111s ot THEx UITn STATES; You stifrage having eeele me to tie oflice 0 - President of the United Sittes, I Iave, II conformity with the Constitution of ott cotntry, taken the oath orollioo preFurihed therenlt. I ietro taktei lihi 61th whihot niental re.-ervaiion, nail with the determi nation to do, to the best of 1uV aibilliv, al that. it reqtires of e. The respon.iihlli fles of the position I Feel, biit necept thei without fear. The oflice hns comoi to me Ustoight. I coiienve its 11d1ties m n fueled. I liilng to it a conlsciletiqos desine dnd determnlmilti to fill it, to the best o my abiliy, ti time saistion of tihe peo ple. Ont till leading questions ajlintiig the poile 1nitd, I will always expr.zess m)y views to Oongress, iandi urge them - aeeordiIg to my jndgment atod, wlien I think it adb'is a14, tili exerci4e the constittutional privi lege of interposing a vvti), ...

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 March 1869

The OCAROLINA FERTILTZER." is made !rt Manures known, only inferior to Para1 4e"a atilmals, and possess qualities of the ! e antex the analysis of Professor alhepar Analysis of a sample of CAROLIN A FERrj Molstur.eepelied as 2120 F............. Orla"ie Matter. with some water of combina Sudienta................... ...... &uua - - thosphorla Aeld-Soluble 0 Insetabie - - - -0 ., 13 WOburi3 Aeld - 13 Wat of Potash - - - Bu ate of Soda . - - - On the'strength of theso results, I am gln We wilt furnisti this excellent FEiTILTZE March 10 6t 'NT E LEI WITH AI tif. Feb 17 mosl el t blicautifn, atoNgrr dhe Notesindsf ACoing&. wilongin t stv AS. A. i CROW eav A sgne(. Distrit Cou.rt of ' the tedSates . The matt oflis is stiltpeairn 60~ Assinoee' s altet. s Cuntyand t to sout Caina Coerl aid Dhbiret Datedo at Newber'ry C. Sar., n the 4th da of M rch. A I 1869. i theNot' N otice&,., ,luigt Borde P. Dgzate. Hon Geo. ra ug oftheU..Dstrict Cou rt fo the istictat ofBuhCroia i saoell on ...

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 March 1869

rar ]Dentist. t666erday, in Philadelphia, ai W'onan gradutitod ind dotal sur goIry, and received her diploia. Sh1a1ji widowt now, but we pre. diet that she, will not, renI in in that Utl61Vtiisfactory stato but a Very Short time. Tho adveit, of this femalo den tist into thle profless.ion, will cre ato a .Sensation ill Philadelphia. HeIr rooms will be crowded "From early morn to dowy eve." Every young follow in the "City of Brotherly Love" will have the toothache, and we question if the Widow Canl fill a tithe of the cani ous teet.h that wi.l be otfored for her inspectiol. It is absohiltely indispensable to a siccessful oper ation that. te dentist's left, arm ,encircle the nieck of the patieit ; and Oh I how itiont the -young men aid the widowers who pa. tronize the fair dentist will be. Of course, two-thinds of tle gentlemen of(iilapidated months, will fiaint, just as Soon as t lie doe tor exhibits her instruments; and it will never d(o to perillit them to fall headlonlg to tie floo...

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