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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 June 1869

D o gA Y SAR,] FOR T H E DISSEM IN AT N M OF USEF UL INT ELLIGEN CE. [IN vA RIA BLY IONA DVAGcEJ VOL.YV WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1869. NO 21~ t.ME HERALD IS PctBLISRED tg'RY WEDNESDAY MOlNING, At ewberry C. I., y , Up! :. & $ . G R3EEEB. * PE ANNUM, INCUERE CY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentrequired invariably in advance. >brriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit , and Comaunications subeerving private u..o are charted as advertisements. SOUTH CAROLINA t&,.-TRST COMPANY. 7-7iiWi li, e Elln Dlars. Tu N LIMIT,- $5900,O0. kZ OFFCF OF THIS COWPA'Y IS NOW at No. 19 Broad-street ,South,Western -SRank) for the receipt of Deposits, Dise. lapefr rnreras and Sale of E" , sosbmiaadthe transaction of a General Banks neSed'iIiem ts. terms es% isbo am ory for -R Cort-- e Re;dsKtry Boekp-'etas saeststo pay Cou Ainds, and as Frustee in Bailroad DIRECTORS: - e, of Wm. C. Bee & Co.; A. S. John t- 16aetoo, Crews &Co.; Robt. Mure. of & Co.; W. B. William.+. of W. B. s; 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. — 2 June 1869

A New Disovury. The New York Sun says: Mr. James A. Spurlock, of Versailles, a member of the bar of Missouri, has made an import taut scientific discovery of another kind. His revelations are perhaps best est forth in his own language, as fol lows: "I claim the honor of dtscovering the esotrifugal powers of nature that sustain and spread out the starry heavens, and cause them to revolve around the sun swd other fied planets or suns. I will publish a book this coming Spring enti. tied 'A Philosophy of Heaven, Earth, and the Millennium,' in which I will desmosete_.ei a-seienti8c way that the gssarena are built by a master architect, and so set in werking order that sym. moet, harmony, frmness, and eternity am t results. That no caiamity or col)ision ever did or can occur among the heavenly bodies. Take any planet --this earth for instanve-humlreds of millions of miles away from its present poAttionis its orbit, and it will i:tstantly return. Gather the whole of our solar W:fem lute a ...

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. — 2 June 1869

THE ALBIUN, At 3dSpeadent Journal of Literature. Art, tIes; Finance, Field Sports, and News, every Saturday morning, at 39 Row, New York. " .. IIABAN CORNWALLIS, isor and Proprietor. A1mNm Tzan sNcZ MAT 1, 1809. - Iw on fbr one year, with any two of til heg ised Albion steel Engraving+, in a diton to a small one of the Prince of Wales free and pre paid, by mail. Six Dol lal is advance; for six month-, Three Dol les, and for three months, One Dollar and * My eens, Postpaid in each case to any -p. of the United States. Subscribers will supplied with ex?ra Engravings at $2 , h,po ad. but the price to non'-sub, will %e $3. Subscription, after May L 3W, withoot Eagravig-, 3 per annaum, msik advance Ssts perlne, sgeinsertion 20 Cents ' M aore than four insertions, 15 t:s for ,one year, standing uu &ggj . Two agate line business Cards, wish a copy of the A!bion free, $18 per au ------- ANNUAL CLUB RATES, until further aee,with a copy of any one of the fol?ow, g d eet Engraving with eac...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 2 June 1869

'4kVOCE OF GRIEF. O t wtepth of thorns and briers, wea blefed eet ?s with sbdows of usr*aped desires, pIe.in,eS iubomplete! IA;uutuebsnfping -Porow ter the dead, And bitternees of life, W1meble I es by ertzel bandse are abed, Si Id of strife; Wsrateere*l, like the Al snows, Qtf"red above moo end Map Bedf dait s night, snd from her bosom throws .ur arrows "rd her stings! shu So tweet breath of Summer sweep the eanbh, ~~T e it smile with IIowers, Yet leave to man the pestilential dearth Of ever..witbering powers? SAM ' Sorrow, waudering through the , WaOs passionate tears of blood, y .poo" the stones is hurled. kaed for good ! 76 Kf Grief pierces the Silent Land, o i me's dangerous strand, 1o joy beyondthe sunt Worman in Breeches. WASHINGTON, May 16. Mrs. Dr. Mary E. Walker is still determined to bring herself prom inantly- before the public. Yester day she visited Dr. Metcalf, chief k.4 the Interior Department, and made formal application in writing for the position of Libra ria. --T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 June 1869

FOR TE, DISSEEI4mF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. (INvAAr Ii ADYmC. r 1 WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1869 NO 2 . THENEALD .isnvassno WT -WSDNRDAY -ORNING, es AJ aRu, IWeORMxCYf - 0. - - -- rI ri CAROLINA .m.-.. . JOAO&e .. ~ ~~ u mp 11 . t dAc . ar ,w t ..k Oor sae a "G.1a. i* PNW e tt -..m e R a' Sa x -_- Ar -stnt 171 C3 UMg& .; semy - e esimo tiene ......e es.esA.?.e a : 1 ?uir. sess e.ae.,WareNG sa... -: . pow Wof Oea inO go wU and Boiling, with a ymall Consumption eGFe; s eof Xinish; witlithe BRIDGEPORT, CONN., isto esept the meet.perfect weforward themn to - ant,at the manufko ., aorders sent throg Sbm..hmim.&We,. F. Sanos,wil sensiepreagmnte. Daec16 The Wife's First Love Adele, hearing her husband's approaching footsteps, hastened to extinguish the litle taper that was'burning on the table, and ad 'ustin her collerette and coiffure bfore the 'mirror, unlocked the door of the boudoir, and went forth to meet him with an unem barrassed air. 'Ahl my pretty hermit, said he, 'always...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 June 1869

It is a signi8cant'henomenon of the age that in England and all over Europe the old reverence for aristocraCy, and that aristocratic exclusiveness which has comedown tous as a relic of feudal times, is rapidly dying out. This decay of an old and deeply rooted feeling is, it must be confessed, chiedy due to a change of sentiment among the privileged classes tbemselves. Less than a hundred years ago in England, it was the custom for the nobility to look down on wealth as some thing any tradesman might obtain, and to prefer pedigree and privilege to all things - but after these to exalt intellec tna6, or still better, artistic po*er. An old peer had rather a - pride in con trastinghis poverty with the nabob's, er h ta' wealth, as showing how little social position depended upon nheb at acidprnta'circumstance as the amoent of his-rent-roll. To realize how totalhrtbis feeling has changed, we have only to note the present temper of the Home Qf Lo ds as disclosed by recent_ sttgraoces of-s...

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. — 9 June 1869

NIt 1111. Dr. W. 3. YeKia; es: great pleasure do,ane tp the public for kiad and lberal atroeage heretofore otiBdd:to bia, and would w*g to the pub Us a3yg ._ashedelb detereeied to ptra to 4 hi. etU bet ~ s-e ever did s in a ijes : m ee slte cr, fOr th a o ads eses; abo Insert th at a dies what the Detal- Yalcanite Com 'ii weby gI*n tat Dr. W. B. N*bY,a Nwbere+ Coraty, Soth Car ..sa, bs oor nul ._te e of Ebbar as a beW%e 'INetar , in - eag angelbesiais hes.b, p9g ndeT them to O for in . tekard* pald for in t.atige*h*brv tinadbt *,2ieden of any~a us se of ou Patente. wE pasipsl 5~a without fur lth of ~ ~ ~ s th .e,ffP ~* -rA-u 2a 2La - ~' as' se me Sgfld ti fe m ~ ~ ~~h so knn a AC -, - CS-gar, sadMi s al A bEde ho and and ther Sar,e 8Aisw~ dles, bnins ered Hoo an andes Ca. anw E his seer, thn GSD.Cpsnd an he mid ..s er andaing and a uste .asending the -kisSes .Eei.d, ad which he eoecSins to be uadtst4asoms eesbp=sIp*r w Jae2117.1~Oea. iox Jewbtry, I. C. An Ordinance to preserve the p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 June 1869

Small Feet. People are mistaken when they suppose a small foot an element of beauty. A foot should bear a just proportion to the fgure; if too large, it argues coarseness, and gives a heaviness to the manner, forbidding ease and grace of moverient. A large foot, however, argies a certain honesty of char acter, and which of course more than atones for the lack of grace. Large feet also imply stability. A idtn who is jealous in his temper ahould marry a woman whose feet are- ,large; such are generally keepers at home, and modest with al-they are not given to gadding --their feet abide in the house. The sentiment of beauty is less in the size than a certain litheness andelasticity. Dress has a great effect rpon the foot, and very long dresses are not adapted to exhilit it to advantage.-The long robe certainly destroys its elasticity. The French foot is meagre, narrow, and bony ; the Spanish i:4 small and eleganty curved-thanks to its Moorish blood-correspond ing with the Castillian pri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 June 1869

THREi- DOLLARS A YEAR,] ] FOt TIE DISSEMIN!TION .'F USEFUL INTELLIGECE. [INVARIABJY.IN ADVAO1. V0Lo. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1869. NO 22 T HHERALD EVRAY WEDNESDAY MORNING, AU-NeWberry 0. N., 11y T1OS. 1. & R. X. GENIRtR, URNS, 08 PER ANNUM, INCURUENCY Ol PROVISIONS. Payagenteq%aredgeuvarablyinadrnce. Mardiago Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit marie, and Conmunieations subeerving private inte sste, as aharged as advertisemente. SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY, Anl6rinl Capital, Vivo Million Dollan. PlISENt LIKIT,- - - - - - $500,000. -0 THE 0FC10 OF TIS COMPANY IS NOW openrd at No. 19 Broad-street i8outh-Wastern nota Iflank) 1br the receipt of Deposits, Die 40 aper, Purchase and Sale of Rxe ,oha od the transaction of a General Dank% A Fwt,allwedon Depwits. upon terms es% tablished by the Board o Directors. TWIP t isoo a al Deposito for 0o y ad igto Court-will receiv Regf8try and Ara,b Books-sot as axent to say Cou 'pos and Dividends, and as Trustee in Railroad ortgage...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 9 June 1869

Th 0rowing nAtnso ' Money. It is a signilfleant phenomenn of th ago that in Englaid and all over E'orop< the old reverence for niItoernev, will that aristocratlo excluMive-a-t whh-ht hnm condlown to in an a rello of fethl timem, 15 rAiIdly <ying 0111. TiA (t.(eny of at old and deeply rooted feeling Is, it Imlum be confiesed, chiefly duo to A ChnM1ge o sentiment aminog thlo privileg'A cw thOm11lVea. 1,ux tihill at hu1n14ld y4nn1 ago in England, It w,is the cutoni i6r the nobility to look down on weath n, some. thing any trneanil might obltin, noi to profor pedligroo mnll pOvilego to tall thinga - but after hex to vxal intell' tual aility, 0' .ttill H bler, nri Ile iower. An old peer had ti her n pi i4o iii -4m. IramtIng hit poveriv with theim nbobi's, or merehnittl' wealth, n8 sh-i."hil how ittOO his poein ostiol elpvuteil kpon much an accleital circuminiwo ai (he amount of his re,t-roll. To rntize how totally tlik feeling hn4 t'i1hlngAvil, wv hnvm only to nMi tile prvement tme...

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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. — 9 June 1869

DENTAL- NO.ICE9 Dr. W. l. McKellar takes great pleasure In returnn Ils ti-anka to the public for thei kind and liberal patrohage heretofore extended to him, and would say to the pub lic generally that he feels determiined to rene* his enorts in the future to do his work obe'per- and better than he ever did. His nephew, Henry McKellar, hasjust con menced the study of . Dentistry, and will fill and extract teeth free of oi.rge, for the next three months; also insert teeth at a very reduced price. Noileo ivhat the Dental Vulcanito Comn pany says: Notlee is hereby given, that Dr. W. B. NoKellar, of.Newberry County, South Car olina, is our only Licensee for the use of Rubber as a base for artiflIal Dentures, itn Newberry. County. All persons ar'e hereby cautiod against purchuasig Itibber Dental Plates'of any parties NOT Llenso-d of this Company, as by so doing they render them &elves'equally liable to prosecution for In fringement. A reward will be pidd for in. formation that will le...

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. — 9 June 1869

9 allsFeet. Poble aro Tlsta2en wton tle "Upp69oith,ll'tboi1 Oloont. < beauty. .A foot shpuld bear a jut propotlop't,- ithe ftgure, if to IlArgo, it arXupes coarseness, all gives :ahoaviness to the inannel forbidd,g ease and grace c mnovemil'l'A lat-go foot-, h6Veve argut:sfot'tahq, honesty of chat actor,"And which of course mor titao atones for the lack of grae Latre foot also iniply stability A niap who is jealons in his tenpel shotild marry a'woman whose fe are :arge; such are generalli keepra at home, and modest with al-thy; Aro not given to gaddin -their foot abide in the house The sentiment of beauty is less it the size than a certain litheneA& and elasticity. Dross has a grea offect upon the foot, and rery long dresses are not adapted to exhii it to advantage.-The long robi Cortainly destroys its elasticity. The rench foot is neagr. farrowl and bony ; the 8panith i small and elegantyeurved-thanki to itN Moorish blood--correspond. ing with the Castillian pride, hig in 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. — 16 June 1869

/. T TRlVp--DoLtts A YEAlt] ]POR Tla DS'SEDMINATI0N-OF.U)SEFUL INTELLIGENCE, VOL.V*. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 89 iRAqy -WEDNESDAY-;MOhN0NQ, At Ne*berry . ., By THR8. 1. &R.:j.HRENzKBB, ESms, 08--gsR -ANNUM, INCURRENCY OR PROVISIONa. ayP*eutrqUi*d Invariably In advance. Merris-Tot1ees, Funeral Invitations, Obit 0*1 a d mg' 0 3 tions subBervinj Plft. nat tafetihdd~'vertlsem,griat [From the New Orleans Picayune.] A FRAGMENT. Go beautious purple Cloud floating in air, Oi t"go and encirclo -Hir matchless faco'fair. Wilt tell how I miss her, Thou gossamer thing ? Then tenderly kiss her, And hots to me bring. Now in the weird twilight, When stars 'gin to daneo, I crave from her eyo bright ". soft loving glance. Yes,.gtntly enfold her In tints of a flower, Say I to behold her --Am yearning each hour. 'And whisper i'm thinkiog . Of her-ever more, ogether am linking Sweet memory of yore. 'On earth I shll love her As loog as I've breath, And then. up above her, Triumphant o'er death. Pr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 16 June 1869

. A k . htek, Our sketch ts translated (fom an enter tating little book published seno season@ Ihack o Lelpslo, ad cted the "&bach Al. ahaa." - The pastor t a viliage nomed Itollendorf, establishes among the limple, Ainded peasantry a ihess club, which, in the courseof time, Is hito'-ed by a visit from a neighboring Baron, art estimable man enough but overweeningly conceited an to his skill at Ohess. Ie makes terrible havoo among the untutored and unpiactised villagers, beating them all, right and left, and overwhelming the humble fraternity with consternation and dismay. It hap. pens, opportunely, however, just prior to the great man's departure froI Rollondorf, that a young native of the village, jrho has been years absent, and is now settled as a Upsteal irector at Vienna, makes his ap pearance and hears ot the hunillinting de. feat of his atitient comrades. iIe makes himself known, to the pastor only, and hav. lng, during his travels, picked up some knowledge of Chess, deter...

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. — 16 June 1869

E9XTRAODINAInY EFFETS 4oM X AQ a Id ikf T i-1 Ll 04 V fPj , NF PILL IN A DoE. ' ONE PILL IN A POSE. . ONE PILL IN A DOSE. 1AT, one hundred letters a day ay otin patIenti All over the inhabitabI' gl4be. "Dr. aogglel, your Pill has rid we of pit blillousness." "No more noxious dloses for me in flvo or ten Fille'taken at one time. One of four Pilla cured mo." "Tha Doctor. My headache has left me; S831A aiother box to keep in the house." . "After suffering torture from the billious cholletwvo of your Pills cured me, and I have'dO iturn of the malady," "Our doctors treated me for Chron(o Con% atipton, as they called it, and at last said I was incurable. Your Magel's cured me." 'I had no appetite; Magglel's Pills gave me a hearty one." ''our Pills are inarvelous." III 60ndfbr another box, and keep them In the hohe;" - "Dr-. -Unggiel has cured my headaeho that was chronic," "I gAve half one of your Pills to my babe for cholera morbus. The dear young thing got well in a day. "My nahse4 of a...

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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. — 16 June 1869

Tha-Wron 3d At ' late hour Toosday night quite x bridal pft'ty. arrivea in ih Uity.and.put up at one of our ho W141,4he bide was accom by two.of her yoing lady friends and ih' g oom by iwo gent lem Th inos were registortd in th( usual way, but insome way a mis take was inido in reforence to the identity of the bride. The hour4 bP*d oft towards the dawn ai We bride in her ailent charhei waited the appectrace of hot lord. Yet he cam6e n. surely, he ias not sitting ip all this time The rest of the party had retirie she was certain, since -she had< board them in their apart ments. Whal had become of hii Impationce gradually grew in to terror. She rang her bell, and t.he sor vant knocted at the door. "Do you know w here my Lus band is ?" she inquired. "Ain't he in here. mam "No !" 'may be he stopped ont )It( the city, amm, and will bei buck direetly." "I'm afraiid : oh, do inquire at the office. and see ii there i; fiy intelligence aboit him' 'Ihe servant relti-ei. n111d iu, few oomen...

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. — 16 June 1869

DoA THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1869. T H.E-:- :E- A'L-U , 2DNSDAY .ODB G, i tn . sL&a~u U " _, 1 r3i aNU*, ICURENC1 --6t ROVIsIONS. p sqathed tavarkblyin advance. " tetiese, Faneral Invitations, Obit CasSto tios sabserving privat [tiem the'New Orleans Picayune.] A FRAGMENT. s elautdou purple Masd boating in air, and encircle ftees i air. WIlt tel bow I miss her, Thm geamer thing? T U& teadetly kiss her, '*o sd to me bring. " Sei, o ste weird twilight, Whe sars 'gin to dincs, - eeaafe her eye bright Y oinold her Ss of a Sower, I to behold her Aajearning each hour. - mdhisper 'm thinking -:. ber ever more, .--... am linking - memory of yore. ArNW6wh Ishaa lore her .leg.as Fee bredtb, And thea up above her, Triumphant o'er death. Pra .make-no delaying -i bese to discern, -e here I'll be staying T8 thou doet return. . ; hvalry. from the middle $(e( 1 century. Its origin 'rU notunfike that of the various erders 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. — 16 June 1869

A Ob steh. Ot ekto6 a translated from an enter alite book published some seasons eck fsic, and called the "Schach Al ma#s." pastor of a village named Uoneodorf, establishes among the simple. Miaded peasantry a (Thess club, which, In the course of time, is hono-ed by a visit om a neighboring Baron, an estimable waa eeough, but overweeningly conceited as to his skill at Chess. He makes terrible havoo among the antutored and unpi actised tilagers, beating them all, right and left., and overwhelming the humble fraternity wih coteternation and dismay. It hap Sepprtunely, however, just prior to grest man's departure from Rollendorf, !at a yoaug native of the village, who has been years absent, and is now settled as a masll1 Dieetor at Vienna, makes his ap" andhears ot the humiliating de haef his ancient comrades. He makes imeifknown to the pastor only, and hav lag, -m3iaz his travels, picked up some knewledga of Chess, determines, at all risks, t enessenter the fermidable Baron. They arvo...

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. — 16 June 1869

LI Il- A PILL BOX. SZAO3n1NA8Y Eers PROX YA BI'Nz."3BTI-B1 LL IOUSPILL3. ONE PILL TN A DOSE. bNE PTLL IN A DOSE. ONE PILL IN A DOSE. -I W-sas oe hundred letters a day say -kum patients all over the inhabitable "Dr. Magaiel, your Pill has rid me of all binoaseness. " "No more noxious doses for me in fve or te Pills taken at one time. One of your PMi cured me." "Thanks, Doctor. My headache has left m . Sed another box to keep In the "jfsprIng trture from the billions dcosi, two ofyour Pills cured me, and I ii agff-tbe malady," ureated me for Chronic Con' Bj calIed it, and at last said I was ^ata ble" Your MaggrYs cured 'halt no appetite; Maggiel's Pills gave ses lbrtv one." *"oaf Pills are marvelous." sq%gnd fbr another box, and keep them in tis b " "Dr. 11aggiel has cured my headache St wa. chroni," " half one of our Pills to my babe !be c 1auorAus. The dear young thing ohe a day. t &"My nes of a morning is non cured." To.t Box of Maggiel's Pills cured me of ,ohim the, head. - I ...

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. — 16 June 1869

e. Wrong Bed. At a late hour Tuesday night, a bridal party arrived in the t7end ptup at one.. of our ho tela. -'h bride was accompanied by two of her young lady friends, and the groom by two gentlemen. The names were registered in the usual way, but in some way a mis take was made in reference to the Identity of the bride. The hours I o9towards the dawn and tbs.bride in her silent chamber wa'td the appearance of her lor.. Yet be came not. Surely, he was notaitting up all this time. The ret of the party had retired she was certain, since she had heard them in their apartments, What had become of him? Impatienae gradually grew in to terror. Sbe rang her bell, and the ser vant knocked at the door. "Do you know where my bus band is ?" she inquired. "Ain't be in here. mam ?" "May be be stopped out into the city, mai, and will be back '4'% afraid ; oh, do inquire at the offee, and see if. there is any inteUigeuce about him." The servant retired, and in a few moments returned with infor ma...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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