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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 September 1869

THrEDoLLARs A YIR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE. [sv'nRIA . OL.Y. WEDNESDAY MORNINGS SEPTEMBER 1 TEE HERLD IS PUBLISED EVERY WEDNESDAY MO:'NING, - AtEev%erry C. K., 3TN5. V.AE.I .a. Edhos and ?roprtie ore. TUggS, I3 FER AN.Ut. IN CVCUENCY - - .o raoViSIONS. Pmamt required incatiasbli in advance. IietiC.-. Fne-at L vi't one, Obit 1ff', as4 t.mmanataou s t ubwrvanx prarate w epshargetas advertiaenwentr. -THE TEXAN DUEL. MPut down that knife, or the consequence be upuun your own head. Put it down, I say," .. , the hand .of the speaker slowly and deliberately raised a revolver. I was a very anxious moment - geithe lookers-on. One of the o tanti swas a brawny ruffian, u04*ho?e faiCe was stamped all t.t.evil passions of the iium:an ne-s Black haired, black heard d. black eyed, and strong enough to fell an or with a single blow of his fisat.. The other was a p:de, slender, intellectual looking youn; mian, boy almost, with light curls and complexion, a'ad blue eyes. Tie &am...

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. — 1 September 1869

The Land Commission. Mr. Leslie, the irrepresssible Senator for Barnwell, has seated himself amid the perquisites of one of the new 'offices, and advertises the sheriffs to advise him ofall lands purchased by the State at tax sales, so that he may enter therein. He is the Land Commissioner, the agent appointed for the business of a disguised confiscation. The State, manipulated by speculators, has gone regularly into the real estate business. It does business on "Change, but the change inevitably obeys the laws, and finds its way into tho ock-ts of the chosen few. Now w'hat is the object of this Land Commission and of this notice to the sheriffs? Why does the State, occupied with a thousand ills, look after others ? lave matters come to such a pass, that the iRadical fortunes can be retrieved by scsl-n eccentric enterprise, or it is some scheme of deep laid villainy, to make taoney? We suggest no hypothesis, but merely examine the facts. -The State has long been owned by a few men i...

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. — 1 September 1869

-''South C8aXollnfa OF 1 1Idit if e Insurance Comi " COLUMNI RZDCAPITAL -----------------. CaITAL PaiD IN AND SECURELY INVEST AOCUULATED ASSETS T., THIS DATE OV 1UVS OF POLICIES ISSUED --o-O - OFFIC CARtRINGTON President. J. J..HOPKINS, Secretary. OFFICERS OF SOUTH ( ap P. pHOMAS, President Board Directo Da. ISAAC BRANCH, Su - DIREC John McKenzie, M JohyaS. Preston, R. C. Shive Y. W. McMaster. W. B. Gul y6hn T. Sloan, Sr., Thompzon R, W. Gibbes, J. D. Kent n I1 "$ NC$ OFFICE offers all induce ewth these advantages: The Cal lag operations has been -incurred, the succes, - ewhole Capital and Assets of the Home I The entire management of the Piedmont is is tomstainSouthern interests. It further j wi;ii th'e' State, under the direction of the bSoth Carolina Board of Directors, in whose i -"r Tiedmont claims to be equal in the pr +Mother Company. surpassed by none, ani wiashing to insure not to do so until they bavt Southern Company. The irat Dividend of the Piedmont Life In NE E E:E T.,...

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. — 1 September 1869

GROER & BAKER'S SEWING MACHINES Were awarded the very Hi..hest rriz+, T1 Iw)riat Cross of the Legio3 of 8o3or, WAS COS3ERRD UP "t RLP-EALtTATITR at the W03rTIO3 U.VERWJJT, P U3If,1837. AXSO Were awarded the Hil.at Premiums at the 8'ate Fairs of New To? *. Vertaon'. sew Jersev. T'ennsvlys. taie. Ohio. In" inns. Michigan, Weco io. Iowa, Ee tuok. .eubasee, Mink.s-i. Alabama. Mis sIM ppt, V.rgnLS. . orth Carolins, t alifurn ia Ore.r a A" tlbe Fairs of the Amerlc'n I stitute. Frant lio It.sti-atr. M.tr%laa.d 1astitute, K-e.. .lie e!ar. e' As- ci ot.n,r, i'-nu Mechanie'u Ir.sti tvte. 8. Loulis A,ricultural and lee sanic's As. (0446-.06 - Fin"t Prirm h-re so been awarvie I thiese Vachites at the " x;.ibitions ot' Load.n. P-ris. Dub:u. Lit r. Besat o" s. I aynt e, ,t. D;zier, .lhaa anl they ha.r ba.n furuisned, by eg4ial command to the 3aprss ^f Francs, Em r:s of Aus ia. Em predsf Ruia, Empress of Bras-1, Qu3en of Spain, aa. Queei of Bavaria. TE GROVER & BIKER Etastfc-Stich Sewing M...

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. — 1 September 1869

_yK %-.-w ', e Mg. w, I d, jA . rAh f{ig 0 41 T, -.bh ' OR ..I 'I '1 eA 1~ .1i~n -;Ali AUER).~.. ~ 1T~I1SM TION;OF -USEFUL INTELLIGEN4#NVRALYI DV~E -!~OLVo,, w. . . WP SDA Y MORNING SEPTEMBERI,16..N.4 16PBLSR .1 .\.4NIG TZIMS,'"8 1E0 AkNtU, IN CUBIWNCT 94 P49VISIONS. , :enrqulred Inysarlubly in ;advance. vties, ,uu 'ubst,ry I su it t at 8 h4t isMeute. THE TEXAN DUEL. 46put down that knifo, or. the consequence be upon your own head. Put- it do\vn, I say," and the hand 'of lid speakert slowly aud"'deliberately t'aised a revol ver'. ws a vey al xiois 11onit foir the lookers-on. One of the combatants was a brawny ruffian, Upo0 whose face Was stamliped atll tl>e evil, passions of the humitin rAce. Black- haire,J, black board ed, black eyed, and strong enough to fell an ox with a single blow' of his fiRt. The, other was a pulo, slender, intellectual look ing yoing man, boy almost, with light curls and complexion, aid bluo eyes. The scene was in the lit tle town 6f Washington, on the Br...

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. — 1 September 1869

Th "Rnd COnniissbl. rslco, the irrepreasitwe Senator forBarn*ell, has seated hitiselframid the Porquisftes of one ofthe new offices, and advertises the sheriffs to advise him ofall lands purchased by the State at tax sales, so that he may enter thorein. He is the Land Commissioner, the agent appointed for the business of a dioguised uonfiscation. The State, manipulated by. speculators, has gone regularly into the real estate business. It does businens on "hange, but the change inevitably obeys the laws, and finde its way into the pockets of the chosen few. Now what Is the object of this Land Commission and of this notice to the shoriff'a Why does the State, occupied with a thousand ills, look after others ? Have mtatters como to such a pass, that 1he Radical fortunes can be retrieved by sudh an ocoentrio enterprise, or it is some schome of deep laid villainy, to make "ony Wo suggest no hypothesis, but merely examine the facts. T The State has long been owned by a low won in large tr...

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. — 1 September 1869

i | : . - QF ' RUN 0'it life Insurance -Com .AigBI0f CNTI --..... .,........... .A1TAL, PaD IN AND SEOURELY INV4ST ACCUMULATED ASSETS T# THIS hATE O IUMBEA Ok 4OLICIES ISSUED ......... -- OFFIC iW. 0. 0 ARRINGTON President. J. J. UOPKINS. Seototaiy. OFFICEIR8 tdI SOTITH C J. P. THOMAS, Pre.sl4ont.1oard Dirooto DR. ISAA0 BRANCH, Su DIRKO' John MoKonie, M John S. Preston, R. 0. Shiv( V-..MoMaster, W. B. Gul John T. Sloan, Sr., Thoipeon It. W. Gibbels, J. D. Ken !r1H1? BR ANCH OFFICF offers all induce dice, wIth these advantages: The Cal fng operations hIs been incurred, the succesi -he wholo Capital and Assets of the Home I The entire inaungenent of the Piedmont is is tp sustain 5Sonthorn interests. It further Vl(hiln the State, under the directionl of the Sotith Carolina Board of Directors, in whose I '.hit' Piedmont claims to be eqal in the pr 'iy othei- Com11pany, surpassed by none, an, wishing to inaure not to do so until they bavi Southern Company. .The irst .Dividood of tie Pied...

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. — 1 September 1869

0 SEWING MACHNES Were awartiod tht rery vl1itlest 1'risi, lil # ~oU I'I g0 , r lor, at the SX1Os0 N.y' Vl '.Lr, RAW", ;837. Were Rtwaned ilie lfiet rremiAms at the ., lite Faire of - k Vermot, Nqw ertev, PennitI. ,104)h1o, la ittia. HIoh.Men. Wi-oo it. I'a. Kopt %. I@ete 3 4. ue-1. Asibama. Ma si.ap , Virgii.. .itN ith Carolina, a aliroruia A tie Faire o'the Anerlo.ts I stPiute. rrsat Iln j stitut'e, If -r%la 41 litlllift, U'wl. Me' alasbio' As. cl:.taaam, I'VIIII MI chie'i la. tutel St. Louis Agricltural aid Atrtaanio's As, Firpt 1'rizet ha asi been awarde I t1e Litchile ot the . xAbtlnitms rf .ondtn. iril. Dotbli. Lia-, 1a4ma , I. I a.iw:e e, 6 I. D.ter. 'halma. stili them hava bi04 111urnIsued, by "Jpsial Command to thu presn of France, Empr'se of Austi ia. Em rim of Russia, Empress of Drax 1, Qu agn of Spain, an I Quoo i of Bavaria. THR GROVER & RKER Elastlc.SIVeh Sewing Machlues ARK NUPXRI( R TO ALI. 011iEM14 IrOR T-iK FOLI OWINO IKA-4NS: I. Ttey sw with t%n threida d1irmot...

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. — 8 September 1869

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE, [INVARIABLY IN ADVAFCE. NOL.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1869. NO. 35, HE HERALD IS PUBLISHED E?VERY WEDNESDAY MOIRNING, - - At Newberry C. K., T80.F. & B. E. GREB$EER Editors and Proprietors. rRi5, $8 PER AN U, IN CURRENCY OR PROVISIONS. Paymentrequired invariably in advance. eiige Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit mnrias, and Communications sabserving private ,mtkts,are charged as advertisements. 'HOUGHTS OF HEAVEN. " css there teSey wasting of the frame away; =Nt'fbarfhl shrinking from the midnight air; > o dread of summer's bright and fervid ray. . No hidden grief S wid and.cheerless visions of despair; e vain pettions for a swift relie'; f,4yaatl-lyes, no broken heartse are there! f. as no home .realm of ceaseless praise and ;dibteekaway and melt in foam, - frO fthe mansins of the spirit throne. The storm's black wing $'aeS r spread athwart celestial skies! Whintings blend not with the voice 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. — 8 September 1869

Mr. Bonner Would Not Publish Mrs. Stoe's Byron Article. Nsw YoaR, August 30, 1869. To the Editor of the Herald: In your paper of this morning, I find the following statement, copied from the Louisville Courier-Journal, in regard to Mrs. Stowe's recent article on Lord Byron: "Dana and Bonner fairly burst with spleen-Dana because he didn't invent the Byron scandal, and Bonner because he didn't get it for the Ledger. 'Dam nation 1' cried Bonner, when he first got an inkling of it; 'why didn't she fetch it to me? Why, I'd have paid her a cool $5,000 for it" eis is not only a falsehood but a Ialsehood which no one at all acquainted with me could ever have invented. Whateret I might have thought about Mrs. Stowe's article, it would have been "qiiit. contrary to my habit of speech to thiracterise it by the word "damnation;" bot this. I must say, that a million of dollars could not have induced me to print that gross and indecent article in the Ledger, no matter what the pub Ushers of the 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. — 8 September 1869

South Carolina Piedmont 1fe Insurance Com COLTJ] . iama CA iA. H RAAL. ?AaD IN AND SECURELY INVESi Wg tEn AMTS Tj THIS DATE 01 E1lum OP PO0ICIES ISSUED-.------------------. OFFI( W. C. CARRTNGTON President. J. J. HOPKINS, Secretary. OFFICERS OF SOUTH J. P. THOXAS, President Board Direct< Dt. ISAAC BRANCH, Si DIR EC John McKenzie, 3 n S. Preston, R. C. Shiv W. Mcxaster, W. B. Gul ohb T. Sloan, Sr., Thompeon W. Gibbes, J. D. Ken rHIS BRANCH OFFICE offers all induce Hi wee, with these advantages: The Ca og peratlons has been incurred, the succes ewhol Capital and Assets of the Home he entire management of the Piedmont is if to ststain Southern interests. It further t within the State, under the direction of the eath. CaroOna Board of Directors, in whose lb. Piedmont claims to be equal in the pr ay other Company. surpassed by none, and wjshlg. to insure not to do so until they bav< %aheft say. . -s &irst Dividend of the Piedmont Life n E which proves the econ A*gst 480 tf. SOU...

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. — 8 September 1869

GROVER & BAKER'S SEWING MACHINES fWere awarded the very Highest Prize, 16 liperial Cross of the Legion of Honor, WAS CO:lERRD UPON REPEsNTATIYH at the UOITION UNIVERSALLE, PARIS, 1887. ALSo Were awarded the Highest Premiums at the State Fairs of New York, Vermont. New Jersey, Pennslva'. aIa, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Kentucky. Tennessee, Missouri, Alabama, Mis sIsippi, Virginia, -orth Carolina, California A the Fairs of the American Institute, Frank Ma Institute, Maryland Institute, Mass. Me" ehanjo's Association, Penn. Mechanic's Insti a Louis Agricultural and Mechanic's As Fist Prizes have also been awarded these Xaohinea at the exibitions of London, Paris, Dblin, Linz, Besancon, Bayonne, St. Dizier, Chasa, and they have been furnished, by spoeal command to the Empr= of Prance, Empress of Austria. Em gres of Russia, Empress of Brazil, Queen of Spain, and Queen of Bavaria. --0 TIE GROVER t BAKER Elastle.Stitch Sewing Machines ARE SUPERIOR To ALL OTHERS FOR THE F...

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. — 8 September 1869

il;Q 4; I IN I i-4..t41jI A. . jw r DQLLARS A YEAR] FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCEA DLWEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1869. NO. 36 EVERY,WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry 0. H., MY THO. I. R . R. GRENEXER, Editors and Proprietors. TORMS P PER ANNUM!, IN OURRENCY on rRovIsioNs. Payment required invariably in advance. Mrrjsgd I otlces, Funeral Invitations, Obit tarie jknd Cominuni6ations subserving private interests, tre chared As advertisements. THOUGHTS OF HEAVEN.. - No sickness there (*No weary. wasting of the fraime away; ..4o fearful shrinki.ng frot tile nidinight air; ,P9 dread of Butmer's >right tid fervid ray. No lkidden grier .o0 Wild pid cheerless visions of despair; ovailu' petitions for a swift rello"; No'toarfil cyes, no broken hearts are there! 'CiWe lias'no bone WIthin the' realm ot' cOLsless praise and songi Its,blilows break away and nielt in foam, Far from the unansions of the spirkt throne. . The storm's black wing Is never spread ajhwart celestial ski...

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. — 8 September 1869

Stowe's Byron Article. New Youx, August 80, 1800. To the Editor of the Heraldc In your paper of this morning, I find the following statement, copied from tho Louisyllle Courier-Journal) in regard to Mrs. Stowe's recent article on Lord Byron . 'Dana and Donner fairly burst with spleon-Dana because he didn't Invent the Byron scandal, and Bonner becauso he didn't got it for the Ledger. 'Dam nation ' cried Bonner, when ho first got an Inkling of iti 'wh7 didn't she fetch It to me? Why I d havo paid hi , a cool $Oj0 for It.'1 h*R is not only a falsehood but a falsohood which no oio at all acqualuted with me could ever have invented. Whatever I might have thought about Mrs. Stowo's article, it would have been quito contrary to my habit of speech to characterixe it by the word "damnation;" but this I must say, th%j a million of dollars could not have induced me to porint that gross and indecent article in the Lodger, no inatter what the pub. lishers of the Atlantic, Monthly were *illing to...

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. — 8 September 1869

UTHORIZED 9aPITAL............................. IPITAL* PAAD IN AND SECURELY INVEST A0U0XULATED A8SETS TO THIS DATE 01 IUJEA OF M0IJOIES ISSU ED.................. OFFX W. C. 0AURINGTON President. J. J. HOPKINS, Secrotary. OFFICERS OF SOUTH I J. P. THOMAS, President Board Directi Da. ISAAC ]JUANOH, Si DIRFCO John MoKenzle, b jhn S. Preston, R. 0. Shivi . W. MoMaster, W.' B. Gul ohn T. Sloant Sr., Thompeon . W.. Gibbes, J. D. Ken T[HS BRANCH OFFICE offers all induc< Sofie, witi these advantages: The Ca *ng operations has been incurred, tho.aucces the whole Capital and Assets' of khe Ifomo The entire management of the Piedmont Is Is to sustain Southern interests. It further I within the State, under tie direction of the South Carolina Board of Directors,-in whose The Piedmont clains to lie equal in. the pt any other 0ompany. surpassed by. none, anJ wishing to insure not to do so until they hav Southern Company. The first Dividend of the Piedmont Life Ill FORTY PER CENT., whlieh prove...

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. — 8 September 1869

.As co1t3ranx UVoy afRagenU1TAmTI; - 6 '. aOhe''. XMOStO.N -.V ESALLE, PARMB, 107. ..4*- , ATAO -.a Were. Awqrded .the H1phost Premiums at the -btatW asire of New'Ydrk, Vormont, New Jersey, Penneylva. 1.nia # Injdiana1, Michigtn, W1isconspin, Iowa, Hfidoky.Tonvessee, Mlsoni'I, Alabbtma, Mis-, alssippi, Virginia, North Carolina, Californit O ol riairi of tile Amerloan tiitute, Frank )a Institute, Alaryland Institute, Mass. M% ahanle's Association, Penn. Mechanic's Insti tuto, 8t. Louis Agricultural and Meolianio's As' Soolatfonl. First Prizes have also been awarded these Mohltiee at ;the exhibltions of London, Paris, .Dublin, 4mU, ,Bo.Jicoll, Hnyonne, St. Dialer, Chalons, and they have beiii furnished, by special Command to the Smpress of Franme, Empress of Austria. Em press of Russia, Empress of Arazil, Queen - t. of Spaiu, and Queon of 1avaria. v -0 THE GROYER & BAKER Elastic-Stitch Sewing Machines ARE SUPERIOR TO Ah ,. OTHERS OOR THE FOLLOwING RV.ASoNS: 1. They sew.with two 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. — 15 September 1869

TiEE DOLLARS A YEAR,] FOR THE DISOEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE- [INVARIABT IN ADVANCE VOLoV WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1869. NO 3 THE HERALD .5 PUBLISM1D EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry 0. U., BY TE0. F. I R. K. GRENEEER, g,ditors and Proprietors. TKRMS, 68 PEa ANKUM, IN CURRENCY OR PaOVISIONS. Paymentrequired Invariably in advance. Marriage Notices, Funeral Invitations, Obit ulkies, and Ctmmunioations subsorving private luteresta, are charied as advertisements. THE BRAVE AT ROME. DY tMOMAS BUCHANAN REIP. The mald who blids her warrior's sash With smiles tlit well her pain diasembles, The 'while beneath her drooping lash Ote starry teur-drop haigs and trembles, Tho-gh liaven -alone records the tear, Ani Fanu shall never know he, story, Her heart has iied a drop na dear As ever bedewed the field of glory i The wife who g'rds her humha, d's sword, 'MI i litile onva who weep Pu I wonder, And bravely s.eaks the cheering word, What, thought her heart Ie ront asunder, Doomn...

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. — 15 September 1869

A UFOtHIA UAVANT 1ItFDc1T A IItAVY SNAK1xo.-p or Timxos Is SEamEnt Ott OcTonsu. The San Frmncisco Chronicle publishes the following prediction, inade by a local philosopher, W. Frank Stewart: During the past eighteen months the earth and other planets completed the most remarkabole conjunction which has ever occurred': and on the night of the 14th of lust November we again wit TIsse8d the grand thirty-four year star swartl, Every intelligetit Iperson is nware that for a poeiod of nearly two ' or gle has been suljeettd too s,ich as hve not beforo occurred for many centries. The petrhationms have beenl gtnelrolly over thi surface of the planiet. Storms, typhoons, .volcanoes. earthqankes, in tenso coll and scorchig winds haive alrhtely Apant their firy upon the de'tiit.ens b>f every henisphere, By enre ful obervations, astronomers have fouid that in a period ofAhout eleveii years the sun' thi'na towads tins a ronilaltjly spotted dise, an1d it has Ilso been ob ervedi that any sudden ...

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. — 15 September 1869

sothLi dfolina UTHORIZED CAFITAL. 1PITALPA&D IN AND SHOURELY INVES .VMTMATER,ASS T V THIS DAI'.K! 01 (UM3BIP F 0J4OIE8 ISU.......... OFFUC W.O ARRINTON PresIdent. H. J1 LOPKIN.-.7 Secretary. OFF[t'ERS OF SOUTH 4 J. P. THOMAS, Presidetit Board Dire6ic Da. I*#AU BRANCI, Sr John McKenzie. bI n. P n It. 0. ShiV4 W. MoNlotetg W. B. Gul ohn'T. SoantSr,,Thrimpalin J. D. Keni IriS BRANCII OFF0ICi offers all Inditee . OfILee, With thefe advaitages: The Cal Ing Operatiotna le been Incurred, the stieces: %he whole. Capital-nnd -Assets of the IIome i Tl ijtire~ noanagement'of tihe Piedmnit is AWto sutAl Southern intlerests. It further within the State, under the direction of the Soutf 0arollha hoard of irector-, il (0ho The Piedm11on1t cliis to be eqital in the pr any other Company. muramssed by nonno, al.1 wislnyg to insure not to do so until they iavt Boutlern Comipanv. Th,0rst ivi)Plid of0ihe Piedmont, Life In FOUTT 1'4t 0ENT., which pries thi evon tin of risks. A ugust 4 30 if. Notice. ...

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. — 15 September 1869

DNATU OF A MOD%RN SAIP8ON. Captain John W. Russell died in Franklin County, Ky., last week, ag*4 75 years. The Louisville 0ourier-Journal says., Ile was famos* among Wetern pioneers for his strong6h and in. tropidity. He served in tho wat of 1813, was a member of the State Senate, and an intimte personal and patisan iend of Henry Clay. Ite *As foP Mony years a Missis sippi stem-boat captain. The in alavits of his firce of will and P0*6 of command would fill a VI1e0 On One occasion, in Now Orleans, he had a personal rencon tt with the pirate Lafitte, and, unat-Med, whipped him, and eject ed hIM frota a ball room. On an other, whilo latding at Natchez, a pasdenger of his boat wAs tobbed D the gang which then infested t portion of the town bor. dering on the river, and known as "Satobez under the Hill." By surrounding with his crew the house in which the robbers took refuge, he passed a cable around It, and tinder threat of pulling it, with its inmates, in the river, he compelled resti...

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