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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 11 August 1869

THREE DOLLAits A YEA11,1 FOR THE DISSEMINATION 0 tMFUL INTELLIGENCE* [INVAnrABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL.V. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1869. NO 31. THE H ER A L S1 18 PUBL1SH WD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORINING, At Newborry 0. I., 3y T19PS 7. & A. H. GRENEXER, Editors and Proprietors. TIRMS, 63 JEOR ANNUM, IN CUIENCY On PROVISIONS. Payment required Invariably in advance. Xarrae Notices, Funeral Iovittions, Obit varies, anid C,nautinications subotorvinu private interesta, are charged as advertisemeits. Rest, Darling, Rest. UY T. S. W.kl.KkR. lost, durling, rest, Ir, ny folding arms, rest, And nestle your lead, sweetest, e'ose to tny breast, ; Cling to me sortly, dear tendrill of love, Rest, darling, rest., and I'll breathe thanks above. Sleep, l>aby, sleep, on my warm bosom sleep, I'll watch over my blessing, fromt ill dan. ger keep; Tenderly clasp you, deiii tokpn of love Mleep, baby, sleep, whiL, I pray God above. Close, my pet flower, lie close to my henrt, Like dow-drops revivin:, iny ...

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. — 11 August 1869

Extraordtar Spsotaoo in Tenne3soo. The tito curtitus I pieitomenont of which we haive ever holard, occurred in Oh1tihallam citounty on WednIes-1ny lst. The dav It will be remembeured was ro. narkabfy hot, so tiat mlot people in the couity had to tek the sh.adu nhonit noon. At this hour, oan the fairt of Ed. Sharp, live miles fripm Ashlail, asort of whirlwindol CIn1n along over the 1.eigh boring woodQ, takinig utp small branches atid letnv-s of trees and biriining.them it a irt of 1aminog ylitmler that traveled at the rato of aihut live miles anil hour, nd develoling in size ias it tiividelt. It eassed threctly wver the opot--where a CIII of h10OeS were reelinlg. and sinlged their tanes il tails up .to tho roots ; it Ihen swept timalrd the house, tikiag at Stilek of hay lit its cotalse, which it set oal tire. It, steemited ito increase il helat as it weint, And ly the ltte it relneblm ilite lntse it inaaediately tred the .Mhioiule, from oi d to Ctnd elf the lllil!itig, so that In te ...

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. — 11 August 1869

R. MORMAN& C0.vj GioCerS & Com, MerchantI, No. 2, MOLL011ON ROW, IN THE TOWN OF NEWBERRY, 8. 0. Aug. 4 80 tf. 'INSURANCEa COMPANY OF NEW YORK. --0 CASH CAPITA L--82,000,000. Assets 1st Jan'rq 1809, 63,90 282 30 Liablities " 100,837 48 --o'0 J. H. WASHBURN. Secretary. Geo. M. LYON. Ass't See'ry. T. B GREENE. 2d Ass't. See'ry. CIAS. J. MAir[N, PioOdent. A. F. WILLAIARl Il.VIce,Pros't. D. A. H1EALD, 2d Vice-Pros't. SILAS JOHNSTONE, Agent,.Nowberry, S. C. August 4 80 tf. INSURANCE AGENCY. LIFE and FIRE Policies issued at reason able rates, lin well established FIRST' CLASS COMPAES , WHIC 11 AVE. A Mona Fide Cash Capital of over $30,000,000. I, V. NANCH9, Agent, Newberry, S. 0. Aug. 4 30 if. CONTINENTAL HOTEL, LAutt;s 0. II., S. (1. 'This establishment has been completely furnished, and Is now open for the accott niodilon 6f permanent 'nd t-ansient boi d ers. Tablo well supplied. Rowns com fortable. Terms modernve. J. Y. If. W ILLIA MS, Proprietor. Aug. 4 30 tr. FIlE INSUlRANCE. ...

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. — 11 August 1869

TAKE CARE OF YoR J1 ADITB. Character is the aubstance, repu. tation the shadow only-some times longer* and soirptirdo i4hortor. How important, then, is care in the growth and forma. ttoli of habits, since charaeter, Is butt at "hundlia of hl.it.-" that yoars have been picking up and co>ibining ; and when colubined yon1 may Ainlihiailite the coiposi tion, hlti. you cannot alter it. It is 11 easy imatter to drop habits. even those thatt hang m11ost loosely 1uponl the outside. We havo an attach mo nt to them, or they ha11ve anl alttihmenlt, to us, which i< 1not readily sepairated. They are like all oi pair of shoes. which, tbough ther tire no advantages attendiny them, still they are easy and we are loth to "(vist then off." The a.o liko an ohl lhat, which, thongil it, ias bevomlle nnsightly, btill sit. coil' ort -ably to onr head, an1d we dread the brealcing ofi a new one. Pootry is pleasure. Anything that intert'eres with this is a fauilt. Money is good in its use. Be yound tha...

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. — 18 August 1869

1' * ~ . ~ { - - t - ti.4 -,"TmuE DOILAits A-YEAR11i''i F04} THlE D1X5NMINA'IONI U* USEFUL INTELLIG6E[1R111 nAnirn OLV WENESDAY MORNING, AUGU ST 18 ittiItl THE HERALD XVEIY WEDNESDAY MORNIRG, It.Weeborry 0. H. By TOS.'ir. & I. AE. GRENBKER, -Editors and ProprioOrs.. "RiES,8'PN. ANNUM, IN CUAREIVNCY G(RIPLOVIS IONS. Paynentitmqifired Invariably in advance.' Mtiag -Notioes, FuneraV Invitatione, Obit-. maries, and- C6mmunicatlon.s Pubsorving private .Anteresiare-bhared as adv artisemona. Mosaic. glWe men, sOmetin')Os, in what -gvo presumorto be humility, com pare ours4lves with leaves; but we.aveas.y%et no rig-hit to do so. -'The.ieav-es .may well scorn the compari6on. We, who live for ourselves,:41nd neithor know how to.nwe nor,keep the work of past time, may humbly Idarn,-as from the ant,Joresight,-from the lead, 'woveronce. The power of every ,.great pele, as of every living 'tree, depends on its not offaCinig, but -eonflrming and concluding, Athe labors.of its ancestors. Look i...

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. — 18 August 1869

Vacatens at oin, The editor of thu Libera Christian thinks timu of the vacation resting is very hnrd wok, and ofl'r.s this good Suggestion I We want moro varity in the regolai order Wf omr life. istend of long Mui-i. mer vaeatiin:s ,nisvtthng our regiflar habtip. its nndi tuiitng the whletu method of our living tolisyturvy, we Should have at Ieat mne vnCal.hm every week. It is -not Alwaya possillo to balance the life ludgur every day, miaking recuperation 041n410l waste ; but the nearer we cole to this the better, inud the inore dulight fill patimes we scatter alng tle path (if life the pleainste' and the lientheir It A-ill bo. Whether our home tie in the city or conwtr, we linuld make it a pt amire-huse and inot a n isoi, aid tie oul%elves to it with a cord ling and "elasit (n m1iighi tondmit of freqieit ex. cursiois in taill wiys. The thing we witlit l) 1s taI tit Mllore lif the vaetillcn clomett into the roinile of lifu ; to iake home t) iumnh of at summer retreat I-y Its lilqiut...

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. — 18 August 1869

quth Qa6roliia - OF 1 Piedmont Life Insurance Coml A AUTHORIZED CAPItA ...........'................. CAPITAL PA&D IN AND SEOURELY ZNEr AocUtULATED AGSiETS TJ THIS MrZ O NUMBER OF POLICIES ISSUED................. OIFFIC W. 0. OARRINGTON President. J. J. HOPKINS. $eretary. OFF[ OERS OF SOU1'II J. P. THOMAS, President Board Diracto DR. ISAAO BRAN011, Su DIRIC0 John McKtizle, 11 John S. Prmslon, .t. 0. Shvi F. W. bluMa-ter AV. B. Gul John T. Sloan, r., Thompon R. W. Gibbes, J. D. ei)i T HIS BRANCH OFFIfE oflers all indue 1 1 lmue, with theso advantiges: The Cai Ing operations h been inceurred, the succes the w hole CUpiti nid Assets of the Home I Tho entire manogemest of the Piedmont is is to 8ustain Southern inoreAst. It furtlie within the State, uniir the dirctilon of the South C1arolint Boar-1 of irectors, in whose I The Piedmont chims to lid equal In the pr any other Oompianiy. surpassed by tione, anJ wishing to insuri not to do so until they havn Souther Company. The first Divi...

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. — 18 August 1869

GROVER & BARER'S SEWING MACHINES Were awarded the 'Iery Iighest Prize, The '1mperial Cross of theilegion of Honor WAS 0OZFeRtD UPON niPtE6NTAT1V, a t t o UXPOSITION UNIVERSA,LE, PARIS, 1887, -ALSO Were awarded the 11htheat Premiums at the State 1a1is 1of Now York, Vertiont, New Jersov, Pentnsviva nia. Ohio,I 1inalno, Michigan, WIcos,i-in. Towa, Hea.ttoky. iennse, MAintiouri. Aliatitan, bMis slttsippi, V6gnila, Lsorhll Caroline, California Oregisi At fiae Fanirs of lite Anerioan IrFlftitute, Frank ]In Institute, tiaryknaid 111ialute, M[asst. 3le% Chaaniol- As-ol:tin, Pelnun. MeOhliii's .rost hIate, St. Louis Agricultural aud Heolittnio's As. Fir4 l'rizes avvo ati been ilnardei these Machines at the exlbilions of' London, 1'aris, Diblini, Litiz, Ilau-actn, ilayonie, .t. Dixler, ("hultin, and thoy have been furnihled, by speoilI coumilia 11 od to tho Empress of Franco, Empress of Austria. Em press of Russia, Empress of Brazil, Queen of Spain, ant Queou of Bavaria. 0 '11F, GROYifR &...

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. — 18 August 1869

I )DLAws A YEAR, FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE W LV. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1869. NO.32 KvERYu IN sDAY YORNING, it h aM ry C. L., beseaIPropiKtors. t a 1 =a A VUt, IN Cv$n1cr ar Z 4.: VQ0'91SlO.S. n - Wo ameeiistvrarbyi.sayaan. i e W gI , o eWar" invitations, obit saind. tioas sabeMrving privats b MUsas .tasnt. is - ft -esetimes, in what t to be humility, com with kaves; but m . s o right to do so. illw4ftres away well scorn the of c.". We, who live for " o S 1det.saseither kinow how 8 h ouSL keqp the worlr of past to buem ly learn,--as from Stti, ~ tfrom the leaf, h power of every se4s of every living _tl en its not effacing, ii and cot icluding, 0 & g o 4f its ancestors. Look s g r ektkt history of nations, we may dae the begianing of itheir .4edotfrMoma the moment -wheatc-eassd to be reverent ai - srk accumulative in n tI ad ia ; from the moment V , A ha dant fruit, of age in bhlda rMt n the hollowness of t< INW emeC the simpli...

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. — 18 August 1869

Vacstiu at $Oaa. The editor of the Liberal Chrietian thinks much of the vacation resting is very hard wo:k, and offers this good suggetlon : We want more variety in the regular order of our life. Instead of lnng sunt mer vacations upsetting our regular hab its. and trteiag the whole method of our Hving tnpsyturvy, we should have at lea"t one vacatien every week. It is not always po'sihle to balance the life ledger every day, making recuperation caneet waste ; but -the neer we come to this the better, and the more delight ful.patzttee s idItef. aldt the- path of life the pleaaanter and the bealtheir it wil he. Whether - oer--home he in the city or countrv. we should wake it a 'p1.-ure.h.u e and not a pi i.n, and tie ourselve< to it with a cord long and ea.tie -n +tgh leadmit of 4req'ent cx curaions in .alsfys--. .hc thing we want mnn,t i to put maore of the vacation eeist into the iouthe of life, to-make -ome an wnr Of as, iumi%er retreat -y Its q+uirt. its-delight inn.ennes, tta-...

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. — 18 August 1869

SouthT Carolina QF T AJ OOLUME AU1TRORTZRD C&PITAL CAPITAL PD IN AND SECIBELY INVESU ACCUXULATED ASSETS Ti THIS DAZE OV NU'rER OF POL:IES ISSUED---.. OFFIC W. 0 CARRTNGTON Pr:sldeat. J'. ,J. HePkNS.Secr r. - OFFitERS Q?SO PI C & P.:TUO S, P' ientoxrd Directoi DL ISAAQ BRANUH,, Su DLR40 Jobat McKenzie. M John S. Preston. R. C. Sli F. W. McMa,ter, John T. loax, k-, . R. W. Gibbe., J. I.. Ken IHIS BRANCH OFFICB &t1dlindme :OBode;, iih tie-adrags-: e;S lng operit'aia (eest fn urd, 4reueem the whole 0apit4and Assets of the wonie4 The entire IInagen ent oT the Pfe''1M,nt is Is to sustain Southern iuierests. It further p within the State, under the direction- of' the Sog0 C*rolina Bo arl of Iiirectors, in wAofe i The Piedmont clains to be eqn-il in the pri sny other Company. tsurpassed by noe, au rishing to itawr not to do so until they bave soithern Cimpany. GULLET'S STEEL BRUSH. COTT9N GIN& * Seod for-Cirrulirs. C. GRAVELY Agent for the Stace-52 Ea.st Bsy, Seuth of the Ol...

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. — 18 August 1869

GROVER a BAKER'S SEWING MACHINES We*- warded the very Higheit Prise, The JMMi Cos of the l0gee of Hoor, WasrOa vngD UONWEaTATI a at the IgSPOsngQB UgyRSALLR, PARIS, 187. eieo Wae _warded the Highest Premiums at the State Fairs of New York, Vermont, New Jersey, Pennsvlva. sia. Ohio, Indiana, MicbiFas. Wisconsin. Iowa, llentnoky, Taanes, Miesoeri. Alabama, ae sieippi, Virginia, North Carolina, California A" the Fairs of the Americsn Institute, Frank lin Institute Maryland Institute, Mass. Me. obsaio's Assooiation, Penn. Mechanic's Irsti t . Louis Agricultural and Mechanic's As, First Prises have also been awarded these Mebiueti th exhibitions of London, Paris, Dablia, i Besanoon, Bayonne, St. Dialer, and hey avebeen furnisbed, by command to the Ezsss,af:Praoe, Empress of Austria. Em pr oetRn=a, Empres of Brasil, Queen of Spain, and Queen of Bavaria. -0 THE GROVER & BAKER Elastie-Stitch Sewing Machines A5R SUPEWOE TO ALL OTHERS FOR THE FOLLOWNG aREASONS: 1. My ae with two threads d...

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. — 25 August 1869

- - -- *1--__ lkbl, A . ~ ..' MOR'. lGUT 5,189.No 3 10 Au Va li '.1 yo Vy. .1. .. ..J V e-*71RY iWEDNESDAY MORlNING, At.Newbewvy .AJyH. Editors and-Propriovs. TER5aS48 PEa: ANI UM6 IN OURMENOY OR PROVISIONS. Pieat r tuhd iniariiy in adace. riafat-ge"N6 ,es; Funeral Iuvititlons, Obit Afe, and' CoLlnuoleatiope subserving priWate -RIqt##ta.Rre.obar.ed us adverttmsmests. A SHADOW. 'Wsla~ ta~khe valleye and moruntains-. Ili laQk the baMiling fountsini Thelt vbice is sad to-dAy. 'Oly tlie sound of a voice, Tender and sweet and low, That made the earth rejoice, A 7ear ago I ho talaqU the tender flowers? X ell"d6v Is on the eti ; Vhat ik the merry hores, That I long they were done? Only two amiling eyes, That told of joy and iirth They ato shhiing in the skies, I nourn on earth I What lacka my heart, that mokes-Is . Mo weary and full of pain. thaL.trnibling hope forsakes It, eve to comae again ? Only nuother heart, Tender and aU mine own, In the dtill grave it lies; I weep alone 1 tIAE STRO...

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. — 25 August 1869

Negro Outrage in Geoi'gla. The Macon Journal gives the following hcount of a fiendish outrage committed by negroes it Georgia: It appears that on Thursday last, two rospectaltio young girls residing near Station 14, upon tho Central Road, wore on their way home from school, when they were overtaken by two stout no groeos, who Immediately seized thet, and despite their ti.creams 'or aid, committed a diabolical outrage. Having effected their brutal duod of violence, one qf the negroes, who had. but,6te.arimshodk the mutilated stump of the other in the face of the oldest of thik twq* g,rip. aald ex claimed: "I want my revenge 'and ,'uI butind to have it. When I belonged to your father I ran.away, he follo*od me to the woods Oid sint me, anild I had to lose this arn; dt'yoii see it ? .;Now I'm bound to get oven with him, and draw Ing his pocket knife, he sever.ed her arm entirely rromn her bod , bween the wrist and elbowjoint. ' tl o %', . o drels thon broke aWay and ran For the woods. ...

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. — 25 August 1869

p id -m,o L,if Insurance Corn -.TIK - . COLU.T-TM AV*O*NIan %JA PXT AL,.........- .. OAVITAL PAiD IN AND SEOURNLY INVEST AOCVXU]4TXD ASSET8 T THIS DATB OY " BsaUo Io s ISUED.$..$D............ . - - -OFFIC ). A RRYNGTON President. J-'J. HOPKINS, Set-rotary. OFFI(ERS OF SOUTH .C . F. THOMAS, President Board Dlreotol u. -, DI. ISAA0 BRANCH, Su DIR90.1 John McKenzie, .i1 J resioil, R. 0. Sive F. W" mosat6r, W. B. Gull John T. gloanifSr., Thomnpvp. k. W. ,lbbes, J. D. Ken THIS BRANCH OFFICE offors all induce Oflee, with these advantages: The Cal Ing,opeations has been incurred, the success the wh.ole. Capitil nnd Assets of the Home 4 The e ji e mansgoinet, of the Plednnt is Is to uadils Sbiithern M1iterets, It forther F withifihe' State, under the direction of the Houth-Carolina Boarl of Uirectors, In whose I Vhe: Piedmont claims to be eqit in the prl .any otber Oompany. surpassed by none, anJ 'ishing to inure iot to do so until they havc Boithern Company. WThTlrt Dividend of the Pledmon...

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. — 25 August 1869

Were lte the waraed,ri6skt ?he hg$r@Oreeof$h~ Ii.u f Honor, . er. a 04awo. We awarded b H sblathe et the New York Vermnt, w Jerel, Usylva. "s. Ohio, ena, Uolon, 10pa alsIPP , Vrinia, hriath carllhit l full O eFaire of the American Insitet4, Frank-. l ritue, yland Istiuto Mass. 6leoo ehans Avoion 'enn 1eo 0nio's nti ttoat e Agriolitwr.l .d . obaP!o'04e, *Its& Prlxes bavR also ne. Awasdoso t'aeue8 sines at ohs exhlbitons 6 on, Paris, lPJlins, eicov, 6Syouniel lit Vizler, Ch1o 1 a by s ave been ftiraa, b, spee10 commaud to the Xmpqes of Vrance, Empress of Austria. Ems pross of Russia, Rmpress ot rMsil, Queet ot Spaini aa qtkeen of Bavari. ---0---.. THE GROVEN & BAKER El;eIte-Stgie Sewing M#thIueB AsP OUPICRIOR TO ALL OTIXR6 FR * lldeloadWuuG IhCAotaI5 1. They sew with two threade direct from the "pouleand Vqrqlre tio ro-windluff. I. Tbty ar-i mee eaully indersfood and used, id les iabi to devangement than other ma 8 They are ospable of executing perfbotly, without chaue of adju...

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. — 25 August 1869

ua-- --* ..1 . y 9 . TkRg Dommam A YZA*] FOR TIE DISEKMINATION OF USEFL INTELLIGENCE. NVAEIABLY IN VACE. WEDNESDAY MORNINGf AUGUST 25, 1869. in iJNr,?A L O - - rasraursss."a tl. 1. tb MA5. - - - -setra o - ahir weees e.d 4o0.y.T Omly the -s entoiep, -eder and w and se, Thai nade the earth rejoice, 'w&t snd .h the se smakt *u atpoie yhert, that habs I . seaas. .pass T# GRG POJNT and iae imits h-of -SOM. h and Ispo. the . act a LfOf -iad 5hakspeare mses Wo San * a eri.e.4hat etions" Siv W. Na )iaety asigig AUbitina is almw&as immeiesty."a Otway Embtidnjaflust ttist is .juweeeb"( RIltona Sas - swerth asbhi*ti-hough in onilff was ~~tbejwill-( my name bat a6d gobb(he world 4W~b~itohaad, L care mot a - 'hteopl@ay of me qkatever women .are either the 'esiaI prow i~au~ gt the man of' or the ower.which wealth ttI Be wih *nu, ainbition aI-tterly e.fire4 o the list the su*power la one form or - Self-aggran isoenft is inextinguishaJI passion. isoq:hastenpd d ommit the misj e '64 elmb as...

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. — 25 August 1869

Negro Out.-age in Gqorgia, The tahos Jerael gives the fIo ' account of a bdiit"trg ceomi by negroes Is Gergia: It appears that e Thuradey lest, two respectable Young girls residi near station 14, upo te Central a were on their way home A'om school, when they were overtaken by two stout ne groes, who iesmetely seied them, and despite their sres for aid, committed a diabolical este. Having effected their brutal deed olhece, one of the negroes, who bd but one arm shook the outilatedstemp of Ie ether in the %ei of the eldest of the two girls, and ex claimed "f emt irpeene and I'm bound to have it. W i belonged to your father i ran away, he fblowed me to the w ds atstheUe, and I had to lise tidaai; ds ye ee it ? Now I'm bound to t e , with bim, and draw Ing his pocket bife, he severed her arm entdrely bm her body, between the wtist and elblw joint. The two acoes. drels ten broke,away and ran for the woods. Very krtpeastely the girls had t *0 ougb to tie the moti . tI above the elbow unti...

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. — 25 August 1869

OF idn Lh Insurance Coi * COLTf M] CAfAL ?AaD IN AID SICUQELY INVB .An A TEa THIS DATE 01 OFFI( - 'X 9ARRNGTON President. s IS,,Secrctary. - sa ,, OFFI ERS OF SOUTH J. X.T2OXAS. President Board Direct( Da, ISAAC BRANCH, St DIRSC Jobn McKenzie, I R. 0. Shiv aW.- M*Mauter, W. B. Gu John T. Slos, Sr., Thompaon L.W.Gibes, J. D. Ken nBR 4 OFFICBo ers all induc e jOS6iwith these advantages: The Ca .baa been incorted, the ancces - 'and Assets of the Home " ' '" 9W agment-of the Piedmont is id 1terssa. .It further s;ste, under the direction of the Board of )irectors, in whose ont claims to be equtl in the pi pn,surpassed~by none, an: .uh i. anre not to do so Until they hay lsaieo Cemapany. . tTT"" ieC , which proves the eon ~im r-ty-i reen .,,__no next Session of this Institution will 16th, 'and continue~ Torty LAlRSBIPS' fisy be 'a the ppayment 41s * pupa m all he Scboib, on the payment of the O-:_be dolsins for Incidental xpes&ns. glar Schools embrace NA N D :ECHANICAL Z;Prof. -Judson...

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. — 25 August 1869

S WING.C[TNES '-Wege iftsied a very.lhsbemPrize, 1 rg Jf boweg. of hoer, ~uidenuSuftD UroN asrassameYIVa U?C ITION U vmp&LLE PAIS, 1887. Wat s aded the lIJbeet PremiUm at the " Stati P sbs of - 'isp :m! Jersey, PennevIa. 1111. Obo siss.a e Wiraoarla, Iowa, IeataoTey. sUem.r .xir Alabaaa Mie siiippi, Qilna, rath Carolina, Valifornia aFire oftbe'Amersn Iritute, Frank His Institute, Maryland Iatitute, Mass. Me - eheisW -A'er+Mn, -re"a. Mheso's Iast - ad sbaas's As t Prism bue atsa bee. awarded them Mohin at theebib.les df. Loedos, Paris, vDublls, Liss, 8eusso"s, Bayesae, Ft. Dialur,mtp ilalid,b qg~pist ssad to the '6s~tPanus, hmareu d A*tria. E - f e[Iva, EMprew of BraSu,Qaa _EB GROSER ? BAKER ~~ Zhneing m11, ues -..s - " E s i iwas: . I. p wit tww i&i direa tw u the .es ed reopas t*wadisg~ isai moei.eodand .need, -: a ietae, thn etbr ma ah ioee. fs m a &'&4jdhMi wil g to to maser I. wbieb he ander theead iswreght, Is mb the mm aa ... i me ..a.d ,et.l. ta. ~and! wdeP ar...

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