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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 31 March 1869

THREE, DOLLAUs A YIEAI,] FOR THE DISSEMINA'Tl4NOF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE NVARIABLY IN ADVANC VOL.V. __WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1869. NO 13. ST H E R A L D NY*Y WEQNHsDAY MoHNINO, .Ag Newberry.0. 11., By THOS. F. & R. H. GRINAKER, *AW1 6 3 iir ANN(U, INUI0NCY OR PROVISIONS. t2aymentrequired invariably In advnce. hI4pqNetloqs~ F~tur j:111if ITtolls, ob.it h Cd Ilicat a sdiserlhg i irlate l1tAp 1dyerti.semenIs. SQ -l1 CAROLINA QAN 8 THUT COMPANY, t iteorId Calital, Five Millioi Dollais. IFRENT LIMIT,- - - $500,ooo. -0 TlE OFFCH OF TIHS COMPANY IS NOW *Wqed at No. 19 Itrond-sireet (Soutl-%We.teni It ir6ad Bank) or the receipt or Deposits. Dms count op Paper, Purhliase and Sale of Ex chanko, and the transnotiou of a General Bank In Businefe. tpo .4heVord of Direoior. 7aireXuom dny is alpo.a. Itegal Depository rr aeneys pa Ed uto Court-will receive Itegstry andTr) j %br Il -otts tigenit, to pity Cost ea Iyiends, and as rrustee In Iutilrond Or~DIREOTOR10. W. C. 1100, of Win. C. lee &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. — 31 March 1869

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wefesday Morning, March 31, 1869. We have received a copy of the speech or the lIon, J. Proctor Knott, of Kentucky, de^ livered In the House of Representatives, Jan Vary 23, 1809. Subject-"The Fourteenth Amendment from a Legal Standqpoint-The Late Rebels not Disfranchisod." 'Iho argu% tout is a strong one. Also, that of lion. James Brooks, of Ncw York, on the Tariff. We have not had time tW'glance at its contents. We haro read with real p'easutro tilo in Itructivo and beautifil adefro,s of the lon. W. D. 'orter, recently delivered beforo the graduatiog class of the Medical College of the State of 8. U. Tho address is a master piece of brevity and pith. The great under lying and never to be forgoltou truth, that "labor atil scif-sticrIfico- are at the battom of all true achiveinent," Is told in a happy vein of thought. And that ne'xt to the in, portal trait of the physiclan, which is pulrity of honor, should be gentleness, tenderness, courtesy. From much Euber counsel...

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 March 1869

IMPORTINT - to fhe UDIB. At'the Sho' House Of Abrams, Griffin & Hargrove, Van bo, found Fine.Freph. Kid Gaiters 0 G10ye " Calf " Bals. The above fine Stock are all nade by hand, and wafranted as sofnothing extra. Our lady friends oro respectfully requosted ,$ exBe tho above Shoes. A .ARGE LOT MARYLAND.OATS, $1.25 per Bushel. C. C. CIASE 4 CO. .1MdCKER E L In all kinds ol Packages, At Cost. C. C. CHASE & CO. THE DAILY PRESS PUBLISIED AT AUGUSTA, GA. SUBS0RIPION: IYear, $5.00 ; 6 Mouths, 2.50; 3 Months, 1.25 THE WEEKLY PRESS: Per Annumo - - - - $2.00 The Press Is an independent paper, pub lished in the interest of no eliquo or fi. Sion; devoted to the protection of Bouith. en fights, the protmotion of Southern in. terests, the advocacy of lionesey and econio. my in tihe admniistration of Government.; and the inintenntico of souid religious princi iles and good morals. ies des the Lnteqt News froin All parts of the world by Telegraph aid Correspon. dence, the Press ContaiiA a1m...

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 March 1869

A .1%4i .*; A Ao go t r lt 1 A 9 i4p Iou oveil wea PfD1io dat yo ew ut Au j'11S Jpon t Sthn'.. Reealh o ae N ,d of hinit sn o Tbt "buUsu or loxowl." Andseoac hou hol* we c un --i c s ul blinhe r.4 A 11,p4with pruer hgs.d ; A n o pites Up ainth ado Sthave I.WYtn an 'TAs good.lytor p , indy gre And otho e wh k et rai e can Fair speech( should thelind.ehua" mn Donst notay Lhegete os ght Tho'oe wer 'hoeis aingrd r ith s ni a l tgh6, But "h'13uo hesn. DSOn' Sta Late Ton nightdqs Wt:r)y of Wihoulyr tlgt And lovIng eyes are gletiaing, As falls the shndba of night Anti "bile thy #t8eps are l-aving The circle pure and bnight, A tender voiceo, half' grieving, ar , "Dso'tdtay linte t .mighi" A'hd worl in hict you mnovest, Is buay, bra,ve and wide; Trhe world 1,t her Ilhon lovest, la at the Ingle side ; lhen w jia for thy warn greeting, Thy tmile la her delight, Hor et e v olks,yntrealltmyd, The world--cui, inh .n Vll apurn thee i thou faill Tdhe love of one pura iina tinat and slinmies the tll...

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 April 1869

? - " - - -- T P)OLLARS A YEAR,] POR THE DISSEINATION OF CSEFUL INTELLIGENCE NVARIABLY IN ADVAFC. GEN iWEDNESDAY MOR'NING, APRIL7, 1869. THE HERALDj kVMti b NE AY MQ)NING, At Newberry-0. IL, 5y jtQ.es i. a N. H. GRENEEER, .it "S "PER ANNUM, INCURUENCY OR PROVISIONS. hte4uiri Invarlably in advance. rS1TISIeNoteei -Funeral Invitations, Obit *tmaries, and Communications subseriing private ~rpq$ ar.h arged as advertiIsements. SOUTH CAROLINA :,LOAN & TRUST COMPANY, "" Aqtl,: Capital, Five Million Dollars. 1l1 INf I.IMIT,- - - -. - $500,000. -0 T OFFOR OF THiS COMPAN'Y IS NOW o t 19 B daIreet oSouth-Westcrn oa Jaini) fr the receipt of Deposits, Dis. 1 Papor, Purohase and Sa of icx -'han e, and tho transaction ora General Bank =1 "Ii6a aloe 0 i'on "DepoIts, up on terins ea tablihed by hello ard o Director me The Co i tis also a legal Depositorl for M9P74 pid luto Court- will roeeve Itelthsatry 66' r rs r fpok_661; 6s agent to pity Cou a9 hl onP . ks as a rustee in Itallroad R B 0 T O R...

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 April 1869

NEWBEIRY, S.C. Wednosday Morning, April 7, 1669. An Agrldaltbtal"Olub. fin a cammunication front "Farmer" fit thie week's issue, ani' to wltcl~we t:all par. 1icular attent1on, the iluestion is asked, why we ofti,s District hAve taken to steps to. wartds the fortuntlon.of an AgrictiturnlCInb? nnd Anl appeal made to tn to present the ita and Air up to.!ida of the people to 8 t1atter of $o great importaico. Why swlh an association does not exist, or rather why it 1h08 not been taken hold of by the plAnters of this dis-let, na has been done In other districts, la In ttter of surprise to us, with the ttieroas examplem which are pre.etcled. The 4m1pot lance of suoh enbs eniot be doubtd; tivy, are a vital lio. Ce.6itY, atId we cilenot blut believe that now the iden is Presetted, by one of thtimseives, In so practical and pfula'n tnsannter,.tlat onr farmers will see the necessity, and at once act opon it. Tie most flooriehlng- and wealthy district in tihe up-country, And one which staids so...

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 April 1869

I, L4WRENCE AiiSHALL That ho is selling out at such '.o . PICES? Nol he only ants to et n a ltger o n biut 16 tpffu usual, ashot in inuch' iced 80 LOOK Ri, Nor one week from to%day, (April 7th) I will sell the followlsg goods at the prices marked, but for cabh 60ly: ,ink ey6ipotatoes4.25 er bbi. Swi .rt ar7 Tbs or 31xtra ' 0 " " Be io_Coffee 27 ct. Oer pound. Lard -1ibs for $1. Flour 2 lbs " And 66m $8 00 to O11 per bbi. , Self-ralxng flour, somoting eXtra, 40 ets per package. fe t usality Concentrated Lyo, 5 boxes for $11w 0ONFECTIONARIES, &0. Cdidi, (just rLceived, and of all flavors,) I lb for01, Canned peaches, 40 ets per can. Jollies in beautildi'gobloe, 46 eta pergob. 1t or $6 per dozen. Erash orabges and lemons, 60 ets per 'dozen. Ilars, fine brgna, 4 for 25 eta, or $5,50 per hundred. Filss, on Tuesdays, Thuraddys and Satur o Humbug,. god4ditrentoly low for one week. April 74h 14 . - .L,R. MARSH ALL. P?d, P o.T 0- ALE, Charleston, 60., Mannufacturer of Doors, Sash, Blinds...

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 April 1869

Comt~h a J3lesslig, own RY 3ATY FRANCKS TYLER WVto thb mint of di)ars, No p.4q 9f,doeds, X11tobO ~ARb of' 610hing, - ot to the man of creeds; NottI a of. popsiyo -tNotin. the form, of frslion -:Mthoeb lk blossing down. Not buto tt0fd's expansion, Not to the ni . l1ot tq .to.princely inas'lon, Not,o the bilsoned eest; Not t6 tho sC,id *9rldllng, Not to the kna*lsh clown, Not to thohaughtt tyrant a blessing down. Nt the folly blinded, . Not to the sieeped in shame, Wot to the carnal minded, Not to unholy famq; Not in negekt of.duty, Not in t1e monarch's crown, Not at the smfle of beauty Cometh a blessfing down. Brt to one Ihose spirit Yearns for the great and goodl Unto the one whoAe storehouse . Yiokled the hungry food; Unto the one who labors Fearless of foe or frown; Unto the kindly hearted Cometh a blessing dzwn. A lazy man take-1 a hundred stopi' becatuse ho would not take one in time. A full purse never lacks friends. A civil deniil is better than a rude complianice. A man wilho...

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 April 1869

Tawon DoLans A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVAYCE. 'VIL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1869. NO 14. THEhERALDI '3YRY WEDNESDAY MORNING, AS Newberry C. N., sz THeS. F. s K. a. BaO . NaS, 08 PER ANNUM, INCURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. sIr, aablyin advance. itine, Tamaral Invitkatin, Obit dr~~iYa.n 'si.aN. mbusrvIng private isrd eas t. ^ SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY, - --0 S Eibf ln lols. ReE OF THIS COMPA'Y IS NOW '~iZe. Breed-s.smt tSoth-Wetern 10 ar the reosipt of DeositDs - c m Paprhese and S of Ex tranmactioa of a General Bank TiE or epous upon terms es m by the Board retors. is als aalDeposltorr fo a Caet-w* receive Regia'try as agent to payCoad sm Tuxe nRira , DiBe R Co; A.S. John Creus &Co. Robt. Mure, of . #. B. WIliamsofW.B. Som; H. Frost, of Frost & Ad .fJ. . d RCo.; Henry og arM sen s Co.; George Z.. B rie or Bst - C. G. emmivger, . l rr G, t Pitetne]; r. J. Kerr, sty. J. Kerr A C.:J.D. ken,of J. D. Aiken " Ce; John Caspesn...

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 April 1869

NEWBERRY, S. C. Veaeaaay Sorning, April 7, 1869. An Agricultural Club. Tn a communication from "Farmer" in this week's issue, and to which we call par ticular attention, the question is asked, why we of this District have taken no steps to wards the formation of an Agricultural Club? and an appeal made to us to present the idea and stir up the minds of the people to a matter of so great importance. Why such an association does not exist, or rather why it has not been taken bold of by the planters of this district, as has been done ia other districts, is a matter of surprise to us, with the nutnerous examples which are presented. The importance of such clubs -cannot be doubted; they are a vital ne cessity, and we cannot but believe that now the idea is presented, by one of them=elves, in so practical and plain a manner, that our -Iarmers will see the necessity, and at once act upon it. The most flourishing and - wealthy district in the up-country, and one which stands so high in comm...

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 April 1869

1S LAWRENCE MARSHALL BROKE That bo is selling out at such LOW PRICES? No he only wants to get in a larger amount of cash than usual, as hets in much need s0 LOOK HERE, Fa one week from to-day, (April 7th) I will sel the fblowing goods at the prices marked, but for cash only: tInk eye potatoes $5.25 per bbl. rown Sugar 7 lbs for $1. Etra C " 5 t " lest Rio Coffee 27 cts per pound. Lard INb for $1. Flour 221bs " And fbom $8 50 to $11 per bbl. .Selfraising flour, something extra, 40 cts $er packaige. Bsst quality Concentrated Lye, 5 boxes br $l.. C.NFECTIONARIES, &C. O dps,ust seceived,.and.of all flavors,) - p eee, 4t per can. Jefts in beautiful. goblets, 65 ets per gob fet. or $6 per-dose. jvsb arages and lemons, 60 ets per dozen. Begars, fiue brand, 4 for 25 ets, or $5,50 bsrbundred. Fa, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur, Huung, goods extremely low for one week. Agghflfh1 t . R. RRSALL. Y'. ' TO.ALE, si , S C:, Manufacturer of Dpors, Sash, Blinds. Noy -We would call the particula...

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 April 1869

Cometh a Blessing Down. at many IRAaNas TYUr.ma Not to-th mana of dollars, Ut-to thcman of deeds, Not to the man canning, 9*10 the.m creeds; Irot"to the-man of passion fet the world's ienowa, UIe the form of fashion Cometh a blessing down. Not unto land's expansion, Noz to the miser s chest, Not to the princely mansion, Not to the blazoned crest; Not to tha solid worldling, Not to the knavish clown, Not to the haughty tyrant OQmth a blessing down. Not_to the folly blinded, Not to the steeped ta shame, Not to the carnal miaded, Not to:anhoIy.fme; Noti neglect of duty. Not in the monarch's crown, Netat the smile of beauty Osmeth a blessing down. But to wne whose spirit Yeaits fbr the great and good; - nato the one whose storehouse Yielded the hungry food; Unto the one who labors. Fearless of foe or frown; Unto the kindly hearted Oometh a blessing d..wn. :.{azy man takes a hundred stegi, because he would not take one in time. A all purse never lacks friends. A civil denial is better 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. — 7 April 1869

DpoLAS9 A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENC.[NAIBYINAV?~E ~L,y, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL ,16.N 4 Acts and Joint Resolutions. The following are such of the acts and resolutions, passed at the last session of the Legislature, as may interest our readers: An Act to incorporate the Wa teree and North Carolina Rail road Company. An Act to incorporate the Homestead, Building, Planting and Loan Association of South Carolina. An Act to prevent and punish duelling. An Act to incorporate the South Carolina Central Railroad Compa ny. An Act to amend an Act enti tIed "An Act to define the juris diction and duties of County Com missioners." An Act to regulate the manner of granting a final dismissal to executors, administrators, trus tees, guardians, or committees. An Act accepting the donation of lands to the State of South Carolina for Agricultural Col leges. An Act to provide for the pay ment of the fees of Sheriff's for dieting persons confined in jail. An Act to make approp...

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 April 1869

NEWBERRY, S. C. Wedanesday morning, April 7, 1869. An Agricultural Club. Tn a communication from "Farmer" in this week's issue, and to which we call par ticular attention, the question is asked, why we of this District have taken no steps to wards the formation of an Agricultural Club? and an appeal made to us to present the idea and stir up the minds of the people to a matter of so great importance. Why such an association does not exist, or rather why it has not been taken hold of by the planters of this district, ks has been done is other districts, is a matter of surprise to us, with the numerous examples which are presented. The importance of such clubs cannot be doubted; they are a vital ne cessity, and we cannot but believe that now the idea is presented, by one of them;elves, in so practical and plain a manner, that our farmers will see the necessity, and at once act upon it. The most flourishing and wealthy district in the up-country, and one which stands so high in commerc...

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 April 1869

IS LAWRENCE MARSHALL BROKE That he is selling out at such LOW PRICES? Not he only wants to get in a larger amount atcash than usual, as- hets in much need . a0 LOOK HERE, !bone week from to-day, (April 7th) I will sel the lbllowing goods at the prices marked, bst for cash only: Vink eye potatoes $5,25 per bbl. rown Sugar 7lbs for $1. xtra C " 5 " lbst Rio Coffee 27 cts. per pound. Latd 5 lbs for $I. Flour 221bs " And from $8 50 to ll per bbl. -Self-raising flour, something extra, 40 cts per packaege. Best quality Concentrated Lye, 5 boxes for S1.. CONFECTIONARIES, &C. ust reeived,.and.of all flavors,) ."ie eef, 4Qcets per can. Jefibs In beautiful goblets, 65 rts per gob, fet. or 86 per'dnnen. EMb arapges and lemons, 60 ets per dozen. egirs,finebrand, 4 for 25 ets, or 85,50 ar aedred lra2, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur, Humbug, goods extremely low for one wee. . A]It' t.f >>. L B. ASgALL. P_P. TOALE, -' arleston, S C., Manufscturer of Dors, Sash, Blinds. INor.-We would c...

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 April 1869

Cometh a Blessing Down. St AZAY 1a0aJU TYns. Not toes man of doars, 1As to theman of deeds, Not to the man cunning, N*ka the m of creeds; Not to the-man of passion 'kfor the world's nenowo, ot is the form of fashion Cometh a blessing down. Not unto land's expansion, Not to the miser s chest, Not to the princely mansion, Not to the blasoned crest; Not to the. solid worldling, Not to the knavish clown, lot "t the haughty tyrant ash a blessing down. Jot.to the folly blinded, Not to the steeped in shame, Not to the carnal minded, Not to ysIy-fame3 Not in lect of duty. Not In the monarch's crown, Not at the smile of beauty Cometh a blessing down. But to one whose spirit Yearns for the great and good; - Vato the one whose storebonse Yielded the hungry food; Unto the one who labors Fearless of foe or frown; Unto the kindly hearted Cometh a blessing d.wn. A lazy man takes a hundred steps, because he would not take one in time. A fall purse never lacks friends. A civil denial is better than ...

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 April 1869

A-IB Tunm DOLLAts A YEAR,] FOR TIll DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVACE, VOL*.V WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1869. NO 15. THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORINING, At Newberry 0. II., B1 THOS. F. & R. H. QRENEKER, iRo, 68 PER ANNUM, INCURRENCY Olt PROVISIONS. Payment required luvariably in advmice. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitntions, Obit uaries, and Communications subeoirvin g private interests, are charged its advertisements. SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY, --o Auhorized Capital, Five Million Dollars. PRESENT LIMIT,- -...-$5,00,000. --0 QFFbH OF THIIS CoMtPA\'Y is NOW j 1t No. 19 Broad-street ,Soulh,Wesern UaIlroad Bank) for the receipt of Deposits, Dis eount on Paper, Purichutse and Sale or Ex m6 and the transuotion of a General Bank ta t Howed on Deposits. upon terms es taitished by the Hoard of Directors. The Company Is ulso a legal Depositor)- for moneys a Id Into Court-wIl oreceive Ite ry au4. Transfer Books-act, as ngent to pay...

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 April 1869

YWprittodW,Apfl 7.--The Senato fii pased the bill knowu as tho. "persolal disa?ility bil," whtch authorizes par tio elected to olBeo in the Southern States to qtallfy unde- tle modified test oath; but t1iio Is little hop' or it going through the 1oiAe this session. Therb are numerous petitions from no. groes, praying u mform school privileges. The Senate has passed, wt%hli some emohdmentiM, the bill reviving the grants of laindt to Alabama for'railroad purpo. Ges. '1 ho Election Oommitteo has bccn anthotized to Itivestigato Louisiana af. fairs during the recess of Congresm. Tihe Ohplinin *of the Senato prayed, to-day, that the patriot ariles of Cuba nilgft be Attr'eirthened, and the isle of the sea be delivored from itsoppressors. . The Sennte, to day, confirtned P. A. Pioheck (colored)'as Itegi-iter of the Laud Otlice,- at New Orleans, General J. I.. Steedianl, as Consul at St. Jigo do Gub, and some fty other nomina t lins. WAis aoo-, April 8.--The Recon striction Committeo unntiti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 April 1869

SoI th 41 lIlla R. R. CoMpany, GeNEtAL SUPERINrENDENT's OFFICE, . APriL ,*1809. . 0 N AND AFTER ,SUNDAY, 11Tu int stant, the following 8ehedulo for VAS% SENGE TRAINS vill be obserVed: IDAV PASBE lGER TRAIN. .Lqaving Columbia at.......... 45 a. m. Arriving at Columbia at ...............0.10 p- m. VIonT XPRYE6STRAIN. Leaving Columbia .-..6 20 p m. Arriving at Columbia at..4.45 a. m. OAUDEN TRAIN. 'Will run on Moud6ys, Wednesdays and Satur. day.s. Arriving in Columbia at....................11.01 a. M. Leaving C6lumbia at.. .............2 2 p. in. The Train now runnin between Columitial and KidngavIlo, in conueeion with the Through Mail Vfran, will be taken oir on sunday, April 11. H. T.PRA KE, April 14 . General Supeintemdent W. G. GLENN, WITH 'GEO. CQ ROBINSON, GROCER AND 'Commitissioni Merchant, 207 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. "Choice Family Groceries, 'Of Every DescripLion, CONSTANTLY ON IAND, Including Bacon, F0lokr, Cofcc, . Sugar, Salt, Potatoes, Salt Fish,&c. At the Lowe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 April 1869

I ts wor1d is broad enough v F&ortyu s-well ashm'o; ThO dord of iftave open wide-. -The realm of thought is free. Of:4l'et0h'1 b#ce6-ou are tight To.choo e .o bes, yon canp, ~tit Ont try crw Somle other mlan. ihalmsite ti,onlh you scarce can qouast epiv,teic of noide ore, W0'41ian hardly stive to keep 0AUnt Fmiitne from hife door Of willing hands aid.hnest hearts Alone shoild Init . proud -Tie'gNO Ina hli he room he needs, . dtnever try to crowd. :t.crowd, proud mistil Your dainty silk . glisten none the less, taqause..t comes fit contact with A beggar's tuttered dress ; This lovely world was never made For you and die alone : ' A p;anper lias a rIAbt to tread e pathway to a throne. Don't crowd tho good from out your heart By fostering ill th.t's bad ; But give to every virtuo room The best that nitty be had ; Be each day's record such a one That you may well he proud ; Give each his right, give each his room, And never try to crowd. Speak Gently to thy Wife. Speak gently, kindl...

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