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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 April 1869

*/ T DoLLAS A YEa,] FOR THE DISSEMINATON OF USAUL INTELLIGEN N . YOL.Y. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 4 89 T,", HERALDI: IS PU,BLISUID ZVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. L., 3F THOS. F. & . H. 0EJ 298, $3 PEE ANNUX, INCURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. - n autrequired Invariably in advance. arding. Natices, Funeral Invitations, Obit aariee, and Communications suberving private Iterests, are charred as advertisements. SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. ~ ) 1 &iktL Jive lilEW Dohlr. m nHshn * -r-e e $$O r :0 OF THIS COXPAY IS OW No. l Broad-street ,SouthWestern i Bank) for the receipt of Deposits. Dis. sosst oand transas O ofa General Ban -ed an Depostts.' upon terms es- 1 y the Board of Directors. r ialso a legal Depository f IntoCout_wllmeceive Regisry flee..et as aitt to pay Cou i>ieoadsadorastee in Railroad 3IKRCTORS: 1 T:C. BSSef Wm. C. Bee & Co.; A. S. John. t,oJehonston, Crews &Co.; Robt. Mure, of V -Mme & ae.; W. B. Williams. of W . B. - 1a8m; E. H. Frost. of...

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

Wah'.tigtet News. WAseTrole, A pril 7.-The Senate has passed the bill known as the "personal disatility bill," which authorizes par ties elected to office in the Southern States to qualify under the modified test oath; but there is little hope of it going through the House this session. There are numerous petitions from ne groes, praying uniform school privileges. The Senate has passed, with some amendments, the bill reviving the grants of lands to Alabama for railroad purpo ses. ' he Election Committee has been authorized to investigate Louisiana af fairs during the recess of Congress. The Chaplain of the Senate prayed, to.day, that the patriot armies of Cuba might be strengthened, and the isle of the sea be delivered from its oppressors. - The Senate, to day, confirmed P. B. Pinehbeck (colored) as Register of the Lnd OLice, at New Orleans, General . J. )A. Steedman, as Consul at St. Jago de Vuba, and some fifty other nomiia -tione. Wa satSror, April 8.-The Recon struction Committe...

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 April 1869
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 April 1869

)ON'T CROWD, Suerowd t this world is broad enough e as well as te ; The. of art are open wide The realm of thought is free. WaM earth's placea ion are right To choose ti e best you e[n, ?rovided that on do not try TO, crowd some other man. Wi 'mitters thooh you scarce can coast -wr piles of golden ore, While he can hardly strive to keep Gaunt Famine from his door Of willing hand" and honest hearts Alone should man be proud : ?ben -give him all- the room he needs,. And never try to crowd. Do't erowd, proud missi Your dainty silk Wil glisten none the less, mus. It comes L contact with -A-beggar's tattered dress ; This lovely world was never made For you and n)eatone: A paape has a rigt to tread The pathway to a throne. Don't crowd the good from out your heart 3y fostering all th ,t's bad ; Ut-give to every virtue room The b-t that may be had ; Be each day's record such a one -That you may well be proud ; Give each his right, give each his room, And never try to crowd. Speak Gently to ...

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

TU ThREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USRFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVAN'CE. VOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1869. NO 15. TEHERALD IS PUBLISH=D EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. Ji., 3y THOS. 7. & R. H. GRENE - it]rS, $I PER ANNUM, INCURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. = !'atregaired invariably In advance. arIage Notices, Funeral Invitations, (;oit tariss, and Commuanications 'bierving private Interests, are charred as advertisements. SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. -0 E07WR OF THIS COXPA' Y IS NOW No. 31 Broad-street ,South-Western Bank) for the receipt of Deposits, Dis eotnt on Paper. Purchase and Sale of Ex and the transaction of a General Bank aBwed n Deposits. upon terms as J the Board of Directors. is also a legal Depository for Court,-will' receive Begistry asaetto pay Cou '~Wd5hi%IIUdan aarote in italroad DIRECTORS: C.BSe, of Was. C. Bee & Co.; A. S. John. sf+m, of Johston, Crews &Co.; Robt. Mure, of -Mae & C;.: W. B. Williams. of W...

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

Was'aagte News. WAsearo!, April 7.-The Senate has passed the bill known as the "personal disability bill," which authorizes par ties elected to office in the Southern States to qualify under the modified test oath; but there is little hope of it going through the House this session. There are numerous petitions from ne groes, praying uniform school privileges. The Senate has passed, with some amendments, the bill reviving the gra.nts of lands to Alabama for railroad purpo ses. '1 he Election Committee has been authorized to investigate Louisiana af fairs during the recess of Congress. The Chaplain of the Senate prayed, to-day, that the patriot armies of Cuba might be strengthened, and the isle of the sea be delivered from its oppressors. The Senate, to day, confirmed P. B. Pinchbeck (colored) as Regiiter of the Land Office, at New Orleans, General .J.. M. Steedman, as Consul at St. Jngo de (Vuha, and some fifty other nomina -tions. W Asamtsoro, April 8.-The Recon struction Committee...

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 April 1869

South Carolina R. R. Company, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFICE, APRIL 9. 1869. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH in, stant, the following Schedule for PAS% ENGER TRAINS, will be observed: DAY PASSnNGER TRAIN. Leaving Columbia at..............7 45 a. m. Arriving at Columbia at---------....... 610 p in. NIGT EXPRESS TRAIE. Leaving Columbia at............6.20 p in. Arriving at Columbia at......................4.45 a. in. cAMD)ET TRAIN. Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur days. Arriving in Columbia at..............11-0' a. in. Leaving Columbia at............22 p. m. The Train now running between Columbia and Klnville in connection with the Through Xail irafn, will be taken of on Sunday, April H. T.PEAKE, Aprit M General Supeiintendent W. G. GLENN, WITH GEO. C. ROBINSON, GROCER - AND Commission Merchant, i Broad Street, AVGUSTA, GEORGIA. Choice Family Groceries, Of Every Description, CONSTANTLY ON HAND, Including Bx r Flour, Coffee, cgar, Salt, Potatoes, Salt Fish,&c. At the Lowest Cash ...

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 April 1869
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 April 1869

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION GF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. - VOL.V~ WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1869. - THtEtERA LD 1s ?URBU.s8D sVMRY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., BY TI0S.-P. a R. H. GRE K - kius, $3 PR ANNU, INCURRENCY .,- gE ROVSIONS. -;,aagsiate iavariably in ad,ance. t- M3eXdoed, Funeral Invitations, O)bit esu ',taon4 Co an eations subservig private teestsu,ar charged as advertisements. SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Agim eapi, in lilliEn Dolla. _ THIS CONPANT IS NOW 31 Broad-st?et 1SouthWestern d for the receipt of Deposits. Dis %oaat on Paper, Purchase and Sale of Ex tsadhe transaction of a General Bank awe~dloDp upon terms es Jst .o rd Dectors. f is also a legal Depository for -n ur n receive Registry isaUest to Pay7on . I-303 CTORS: Wu, C. Bee & Co.; A. S. John Crews &Co.; Robt. Marv-, of ft.e & - W. B. Willama, Of W. B. ' So; .. Frost, of Frost & Ad. J. &Ad , of J E.Adger &Co; Henry of'.rdin Matthiessen a Co.; George L....

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 April 1869

-Weasedy Yeraing, Aprl 21, 1$6. mportsat Agrituaral It Sill be remembered that in our last Issue a meeting was called for next Sat *rday, the 24th inst.b at the Court HouMe. We again nge upon those gentlemen who are more than the yeomanry of the land , ho are its stamina, bone, sinew, muscle and life-the agriculturist-t8 come for ward next Saturday and arrange the pre 1 nes for an Agricultural Society for "oldJ ewherq * Coe*, gentlemen l "Frac. tica" reconstruction says come ! Self in iigrs~a,ioe -and ntany interesta %ith whiclyeu lgtne -re familiar, say come GesMten, coine Jo the Court House on da di a e ( the 24th -instatt), at 1i o'clock., . Come as a unit, and es. tabtliie Agriculturat Bociety, and give exbes proud position among the Ag i9uvaTcotmnities of the land. ?" 4o oir 1nd, It looks like a work of su eerogatW'to harp upon a sul4ect which Iis'oeliw,'that "be who runs may resd" nuerstandingly. To wit : That diversified igreuItural pursuits a' well as manufac 'tnres create t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 April 1869

?4EWBERRY, S. C. HEAL LARGELY IN f O C E RZIE S PROVIsIONS. LEADING ARTICLES OF FERED AT LARGELY REDUCED PRICES. 1331 per bushel, sack in cluded. INDUIC&MENTS ARE OF FRED IN SUGARS O '(HT BEFORE THE BRISE. PRIME BACOM LOW! udo~i &Ts, cmA IOUGE FOE FEE. A"#ther Supply of G U A N 0 Just I.eelred. AIso, a. supply of eU's Popular iMI TEB I[ SUIE P 1AT E!e ?AT.T 2 EE THE C0K0 G STOVE, THE 8OUSZEEPER'8 BEST FRIEND, AT GRFAT Cause SHLman Misery. A iecture on the Nature. Treatmeot and fladica COre of Sensinal Weakness, or Sper% * iaffbesi. Induced by Self,Ahbse; invot m tm.boSa. Impotency, Nervous De, hiv.Au~uzsto Marig ge , ce-By. WELL, 3. D , Author of M se, thr fir this ad, omhis own ~7be eEeza!! nuVditbh oat mkn.and .wihout dangerous Fur ?iedt~S,~R~begs. Iaruments, rinogs er outa teode of cure at ua,by whieh every aerwhat his condition ma.y Tnd gi7 s Iseta-e wilpEQve a boon to esvelope. to a~y on is o~eents, or two CHAS. J. C. K!LINE & CO., 3.. aS Sa. Br.u J N1lE - aOOD$, WE...

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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. — 21 April 1869

[Tor tbe H.aad.j Thoughts on . this Beautiful Spring. GO a =x HOLLOyW, April ath, 1869. T6Utie-bids are wooing, among the leafy Thieeda doves are cooing, 'mid the . w9dodd towers A~ tbe busy bees are on the wing, This brght and beautiful day of Spring. Then why Is my heart so lonely and sad, Ob'I Attk"of the lost and gotve; OI tbo rthless foe, who in ashes laid, VA besaiful, hppy, home? -'his I an weeping, and cannot sing, ThQi t and beautiful day of Spring. The plougbman sings, as he toils along, And the~ecboec ring, with. the-joyous song, As be labors fdrbad, with the drops on his brAi This beautiful day, as he follows his plough; And the bending trees, their shadows fling. O'er the murmuring Brook, this bean:iful The. erodus and blue bells. are peeping forth Their dy petals, from out the earth; And voices are murmuring in - the brecse, O'er the hills, and through the trees; All aate, with happy voices sing, This bright, this beaudful day of Spring. I.stand by the spot, where my l...

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 April 1869

Il -- cl, TRAEE DOLAIRP A YEAR21 FOR THE DIN5 NMN OF UEPUL iNTEL CE INVARIABLY IN ADVANO vO_ __ __LV.s WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1869 NO16, THF HERALD IS:PURLIBUED CVBRY WEONEODAY MORNING, At Newberpy 0. H., 3,y1'ROO, F. & R. H. GRENEKER, ffRikS, *8 PER ANNUM, INeURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentrequired invariably in advance. uiage Notice., Funeral InvitatIons, Obit esre,and Commnunteations subserving private tu ,are eharaed as advertisements. SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. ------ Authorized Capit"a1, Fivo Million Dollars. PRESENT LIMIT ...... $500,000. -0 rHE OFFr OF THIS C01PA'NY IS NOW opened at No. 19 Broad-street .South, western Jialroad Bank) for the receipt of De posit. Ds. 'Qount dh Paper Purchase and Splo of Exc. "ante, and the transitoion of a Goetera Hak im Iseiness, tredt allowed on Depoplt upon terms es $f~jshped by the Beard of Directorq. toui Casnpany Is alro a legiol Depository ~ =~U7 pI nto Court-~i eev ito,s, -And ransf Books-aot as asent to pay . un...

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 April 1869

,,%EWBERRY, S. C. Weaftesday Morning, April 21,1869. important Kootin-Distriot Agricultural It will be remembered, that In our last issue a meeting was called for next Sat urday, the 24th inst., at the Court Ifousii. We again urge upon those gentlemen who are more than the yeomanry of the land % ho are Its stanmina, bone, sinow, musolo aqd ,i[la-the .jlist-to come for. ward neit Saturday and arrange tihe pro. llmtiparles,fpat. Agricultural -oplety fdr "old Newberry." Comie, gentlemen I "Prac. 'ttea" rleontructlon saya come i Self In. tores.,says 9onmo 1 and many inter,sts nith which you 1alono are familiar, say como -4jo..tlemte n, Colio to the CoUIrt House on turlay next, (the 24th instant), at 11 o'clock, A. M. Come as a uilt, and es. tabli.lh-anl Agricultural Society, and give Newbetry it prod position among the Ag ilitilnd commnicis of the land. To our wind, It looks liko a work of tn pererogallon to harp upon a sulbject which Is so plain, that "Ito who runs may read" umtderstam...

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 April 1869

C;, NEWBElRRY, G AND PROVZSION . L EAIING A IQ I$ R - FERED ATI ARGitY REDUCED IOiS. 1331 per bushel, sack in cluded. INDUCEMENTS ARE .QF FERED,. IN SGARS BOUGHT 3EFQB, T4 PRIME BACON ]LOW1r NO. 1 OATS, CHEAP ENOUGH FOR FEED. Another Supply of G U A N 0 Just Received. Also, a supply of Zell's Popular AMMONIATED BONE SUE F]"l I P -1 A E! CALL A14D SE1, THE COOKING STOVE, TIIE IIOUSEKEE.RPER'S DEST FRIEND), AT TIIE GREAT Cause H-uman Misery. Just published in a Sealed En velope. Price six Cents: A Lecture on tho Nature, Treatmetnt and Radical Cure of Seilnal Wenaess. or Sper% matorrUad, induced by Self,Abuse; invol mtary Emissions. inpotency, Nervous Do, blilty. and Impp.diments to Marringe genle, rally; Consumptilon, EpIlepsy, and Fits; UVental and P,hysIcnl (lneopelty, &c-By ROj. J CULVERWELL, i. 1) , Author. of "Green Book," &c. The world rcuowned aul:mr, it dii ad% Infrable [Leclure, ele. ly proves from hlik o%% n exporience that the awful consequence- of Solr,Abusa may be...

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 April 1869

q_on thts, Peautiftk S,611*:oLowi April Oth, 160. The lit4e.Pir Asp *W-0906, among.-toa The -09espoe; govos are cooing, 'mid tie E wl6owd flere And Ae busy bos aro -On the wing i Thiidrghtind beautiful day of Sprip#, Thef why Is ty heart so lonely and sad, Oh, I think of thilost and"gono; Of4ie tithlEss foe, *ho in ashes laid, I beaditul, happy, home? 4 thls am weeping, and cannot sing, Tbisbright, and beautiful day of Spring, 'boiughman rings, as he toils along, And the echoes ring, with the joyoUs song, As he labors for broal, with the drops on his brow, This benutitul day, as be follows his plough; And tho bending troes, their shadows fling, O'er* the murmuring Brook, this beautiful Spring. The crocus and blue bells. are peeping forth Their tiny petals, from.out the earth; And voices are murmuring in the breezo, O'er the hills, and through tho trees; All nature, with hppy voices sing, This bright, this beautiful day of Spring, I stand by the spot, whore my little cot Once stood, ...

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 April 1869

Pr.1 A I'm I~Rff~ D6L~AII8 ~A YEAR,) YOR TUNE VISSEMINATO UP USEFUL INTELLIGESCE, IVlALINAAY4 YQLpV WE DNESDAY MOICNING-1 APRIL 28,989 N 7 i~e I RALID At 6wberry 0. li., OI. T. A B, GRhKMEE. , PER ANNUM, INOURIRENCY Ot PROVISIONS. 1* 04teurd Itivariably in advance. marrinse Notioes, Funeral Invilatlolp, Obit "a"qq ond fpn~notous titbmervion prlvafi interes are charged a. advertisementa. -SOUTII CAROLINA lU4N A TRUST COMPANY, In i'hAi0 Dol'ars. RSENT LIMIT,-.-.--.-.-$500,000. THEC01 F EF THi8 COMPAVY IS NOW b by*ed an tupon 'te-ni ea Mrs CoPpey is eho a - fral D)epository fhr o . ai o Courtwil rocelvd itexistry. and V, bok's-80 eaaet to *)yCol - 0nd4d, slid as frustee in "talroad BROTO RB: s on &lr n 6s o .of .ib & o eA. r idn . fixt n, 01. OC -e JtA. Jr. ofgg Rlobt Mure & Co. I W. It %tVila.4 of W. It. Williama & Son; EIf. Frn*t, Frwst & Ad. L or "41t& 1G 0. G en er. oi T1046t;, Jerve , a Pir.okiey.ch. J. Kerr, oNE W E rr. Y oaCo, D AIkei D. AEta A fo. John C...

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 April 1869

Thel New York Melropolltnn Record bayv.: erewrw never was a Itimo in the hliatory ef Ithill cil)y when6 extiava gAnce WAs ennriled to ,ucI a dizzy height as 1o1.'v. Nut in dlel ale, blt in Nonuss, in hiortq, in eitertainment, in lls, in partsit-, in every way in which money Cn ie expen4ded, it is pourted :,list like water. The result it dress wvithoint titste, Ime.-; % Ithout Imp. pinleskt, Antl gocial intercourse %i itlotit' eijoyieit. The extravagnlce o. the Women 1i.4, indeed, Salhiting14 to conteil piate. *Ex1whitant prices are Asked iid ulicerfully giveo firl dresm, while din nioeid& and j ciy cost it Afirtunei. O o of' our' lasionaleI belles hAve their dresses imported ready made (rom ParS, CopMed exiielly in tsInu111telit die ilS fron tihe court costuic of the Em.' pres- .If.Anlio nnld the ldi4s of her conts t. We have oeir Ctol Ij irII'nnis, too, in whith till the f-lAihion -tie I chit-chnt Of the day is retailed, murringes are mn noneiced by anthosity, wid elopemtients ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 April 1869

IN 'BANEUPTCY, thn AieabWEin -. 1ONES BAqkrup.' dyrder or the Ho0q; '.00 r y, an, yrry o4r, usqe, on Phe-rd dity of I&Y Vait the oChoses In Aotion belonging t0 '~~11E.VAY VIALPAORE. April 28s i. . Wa LCn Pap6r. Iaue f OCERDE ALERS. A.. ALSO. Aeuilable for IGtOOOD8 DEAL, US; at Agent' prices, at Aprjif8 R4i SHIVER'8. 6 Tliompbn xve4~'it U.Ug orse . Ji o no another' disirftent of these .Just pitrand HAND-OMEGOODS, so sult Aor the preseut style and aeuso.n's 4rs7aumbers. R. 0 SHIVER. Oh0lly's French Kid Gloves. Nfftbra another. fresh lot of the above o lar GLOVE. Only six weeka ago, we 4Utroduced this fine, warranted Glove, so .pbpular with firlt class trido In all largo 'maf-ketsj and they have already gained a du reputation hero-soiling freely and giv. ta fu iatisraction. .prIi 28 R. C SHIVER. DR. H. BAER, <Successor to 9. 1. K ELLERS & CO.) Wholesale and Retail Dr u g g ist, 131 MEBETING STRREHET, OPP~OSJ.710 MARIK IRT STR EJ'T, Charleston, Eo. Ca. April 28 17 tC. J. N. R...

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 April 1869

40OHI'ELPr TH E 'SOUT H.; d 117ei> heSouth, detair sunn ap doll ~ Ie_.I ljo. laild, 1* y* a ihed nd rlve.'n, BetIrnyed, insolted, ,conquered, tayed J3rli nlOve lanild Of li't1.jILjrts TileUnXIioiiiA truext glory, Thll'- ab ill cone ulien irmli 1all write YIsd. Ihd . tinw aI.l.d story. God fieliti Southt Thine arm alone .,Can looss. the chaiis th:tt bind her Degradiig hoind.is thai ite to ling ,M9st r.iktjI9Qmly emo itl ler ; Lift-i 11.6 Iha k. wow bised lit grief, .ive joy histead of sorrow, And flor these %eary honrm of gloom A. calum and glorious morrow. Their fathers' Cod, and flow their own, Oin W' oi tlkelr hl arts a IlI reti, d, When ilarkeAtsve, f cliv. ry . o Their iappy hoines ivesird ; Then wiii; Tine nl guflicient arm 'i171 rower tit oft sutailned them, And from inmore itter draughlits of grief Thy pityingi-ind restrained them. S1il110 do lwy lure. to Thee, 0 God I Give rest Iron all their saegiiess, And lour tipen their strire-sluk lit artU TI.V p-ions oil or glne112S...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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