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TE WEEKLY HERA D.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
W DNESDAY MOENING, AUGUST 23, 1865.
t . :'A3. HENRY Sr3iR authorizes us to. say
havmg been nominated for the Conventiqn,
iw,serve if elected.
- Re;. Saintiel Townsend; of the firm of Town
sn & North, died in Philadelphia, on'the 31st
.J , 1865.
The "Southern Girl" who sent-a letter to Head
Quarters, will confersa great favor if she will send
her name so-it can be atlswered. Anonymous
iers are not noticed, as military e.iquette re
quires all communications to be answered.
W' take pleasure in calling the attention of
Shippers of Cotton:and Produce, to tle card of
YoRris, UsT & Co., and reconmend them
>heartily, and asfully qnalified in .every respect
to attend to all-business entrusted to-.theit care.
We wish them abnndant snccess. -
- The Election in Richmond,
The Greenville Mountaineer says: A recent
order of His Excellency, President Johnson sets
aside the decision of the military authorities, and
the parties elected will forthwithtake the posi
ians assigned them by their fellow citizcnsThis
is a gratifying evidence of the strong-desire of
the President to see the civil laws and usagbs,of
the States in full operation.
Tie Charleston Courier is anxious to see His
Excellency th Governor in the Commercial'Me
opoi s, for at least a few weeks. * The Courier
ns Charleston would be an appropiatE ce
-a time for the- Governor's headquarters:
c tv is healthy, the military-au horities are
nd frequent intervivws between the Coin
: of' the Department and the Pr .i:io:,al
o wr, .would be of great benefiP and the
- e and counsel of the Governor would
* he people. The interests of Charleston
- oittically and commercially are hnportant.
t t the,City- afArds greater,. facilities for
Conoontion than Columbia.
Te Cholera. -
:"orthern paprs teem with accounts of the
-. gious strides made by this fearful scourge.
e copy from the 'Courier's. special correspon
A-ter+'ible cloud looms up bofore us from the
t; ehc Asiatic cholera is making rapid strides
:N-r Europe, and iill be certain to lay its deadly
p upon us this fall or next spring. All Europe
i u. a state of alarm, and arming itself for dec
nece. - Breaking out in Egypt, w ~hich seemns to
ye birth to some plague every tea-years, it slay.
ousands of- Mahomnedatis, on their way to
.sacred city of Mecca; with this good start,
-xt attacked the cities of Cairo and Alexan
a:.. Ise rvages up the Nile have been fearful.
sineappeared in Constantinople and along
~e 5i.n coast of -the Mediterranean. The last
co:Ints left it travelling Westward, having al
-adyv reaclied-Adfeoua, in Italy. In another
- c,th it will be in Paris and perhapa London.
Late. Northern Items.
ASan Francisco dispatch of July 10, con'rcys
a: startling intelligence of the Shenandoah ,late
-Confederate private-er,- but now undoubtedly a
>e. The whalers Edward Casey, Hector,
l4, Euphi-ates, W. Thompson, Sophia Thorn.
= - .rn Irish S"'ift and the Snsan, were captured
- d n'dst of them burned. The bark Milo was
ronderd for the purpose of taking off the crews.
-kjua thought.probable she would soon destroy
- - - ~ fno:er fleet numbering sixty vessels.
Reports..are still conflicting in regard to- Mr.
Davis' health. Hg is now allowei. to promena e.
* ~n the ramparts of t,he fort, and is said by tr3e
Fe-tress Monroe correspondebt. to be vigorouas
hearty. r;hile a Washington report affir;ns
im tg be quite feeble..
the people in t'he late municipal election,- in
- d city of Richmond, Va.- -
.But one solitary rebcl prisoner is no uI the
diis of the government His name is Capt.
WOrt z,and soon to be tried by military commission.
Cnly 20U pardons had been granted up to Aug.
-, while over 2000't still remain- oni fle. Gen. Joe
Johnstonr has Lorwarded an.application for- par
- A dispatch,from fort Laramie, 27ith, uit , says:
One thousand Cheyennes, Sioux, Arrapahoes,
Bin.chtcet, and a few Camanches, attacktc.Platte
Bridge Station on the telegr7iph road. -The gar
rison numbered 200. The-fight lasted two days,
resulting disastrously to the India# The In
dians de- lare they do.net wvant peace, but will
- fight for all time.
The Washington Star pronounces the reports
of th6 impending collision 'on the RiotGrande to
be untrue; as w'ell.as the story. that reinfo;ce
ments have been sent to Texas to repel the en
croachments of the French tro~ops. It - is quite
certain the government has no knowledge of any
trouble in that setion.
Guerillas or Jayhawkers, or more rightly
- - spe4king, highway robbers are committing terri
ble depredations in tlte western portion of Texas.
-Neither agesor sex are respected. Robberies
and murder.are common.
r WASEDxTToN, -'AUgust 15.-The President it is
known from.the representations of his intimate
f-riends, is determined to pursue substantially the
reconstruction progr-amine thus laid down,-having
reasonable evidence from all theSouth that it will
be successful. Many of the accounts from: that
section are exaggerated and misrepresent The
true and fanorable condition of public opinion.
A&the result of careful inquiry, it is believed
there is an unwilling-ness on tbe part of a portion
of the. Cabinet, to have Jeffersoa Davis tried for
* t reason, while there is reason for' asserting that
.he President is persistent.-inwhaving hi.:rbrought
before a. civ il t-ibunat.
Chiel Justice Chase is expecte dto arrive here
. he course of a few days for cousultation with
- ~ Presidenit as to the time, the nneuur and
Ce whieh-shall be desinnated. The .ablest
aseH n the United States are a'so being icon
- d-upou the subject.-There is r fixed deter
uou by-the Exeeutive that there shall be an
- ute fair 4rial-by a jury of the country for
nyea-on.
may, in addition to the above, be as confi
'y asserted that the President has determined,
- . . uon as practieable, to -aitheraw thge orders
spending the privilege of the writ ofhkabeas cor
LOGA ITfEZ5.
MEETIN NEXT PATLRDAY.-We have been re
uested"t6_state that a nieetin of the citizens of
the.district 'will be held Saturday, the 26th; in
this town, to learn who the candidates for the
Copyent(on are, and their views.
Tows EXrn.ss.-The citizcns of Newberry
are informed, that Mr. E. II. Christian will be
pleased toatten I to any littlejobs of hauling which
may be thrown in his way. Patronize him b'
all means; he is deserving, industrious and at
teative.
RrLETED.-Co.'s E,.I and L, of the 56th, com
manded :_spcctivvly by Lieut. Tompkins, anu
Captains Crossman anu i atchfbrd, returned last
week to Newberry from Anderson andGreenvi!le,
which latter,places we learn, are now garrisoned
by colored troop: Cos. Zarnd E, have gone to
Spartanburg and Union. Co. L remains here. *
NEW POTATOES.-We are indebted to Ma. J.
R. WI.soN, of bonrialdsiille, for a sample 'of
potatoes-ot the yam species. They are decided
ly large and fine for-the season. He has them
foi sale in quantities of froi one to five bushels,
at$l.5O in currency or $1.10 in coin, and be will
deliver then at this depot.
AnvET1sE3ENTs.--The follpwing new adver;
"tisemit- .appe,,r this week:
Gen. Orders, from Vdquartere.
Morris,.Hut & Co.: Commission Merchants.
Notice of Comptroller General.
New Goods at M. Foot's.
Notice, SpartRnbdrg Railroad..
Nickerson's Hotel, Columbia.
Express Line-H. J. Epting& M.-Chapin.
Furniture'for cale-Ge6. W. Olney.
House to Rent-M. Foot.
ROBBERIES seem to be rife. MAJ. PTER
HAIR's ho,se was entered on Wednesday,night
list, by a party of men in disguise, thp MAoO
blindfolded and gagged, and all the specie, silver
ware and jewelrya taken off The jOgues took
their time at i,, remaititgJsngY i'ough to make
a thorough search.
A lot of bacon, sent here for sale by a lady, was
taken po4ession of on Friday night, by persons
supposed to'be colored. Some of the bacon was
afterwards found.
Tn STtEETs.-Under the new regime o
'etreets are heginning't, have a cleanly appear
ance. T,he brid::ing in front of our office, so long
a nuisance and dangeri,have been repaired, anti
expressions of satisfacticn are general. Cot.
TYLER and ADJrrANT LooMIs are indefatigable in
restoring order, and the work of cleansin_ and
repairing goes bravely on, and there is enough of
it to do. -Some of the back streets are in a de
plorable condition, bridges frail and dieadfully
riekety, and unless seen to soon nay cause the
break -ng of bones. Take a ride or work through
the back streets gentlemen.
COMMUNIcATEDJ -
To THlE Cxrz):NS oF NEWBERRT DIsTRICT:
-My name has been announced in the IIerfald.af
the 16th inst., as a candidate for the. Convention~
to represent this district. It is well known that
I was a member of the Convention ivhidh framed
andl executed the Ordinance of Secession. Cir
cumistan~ces have ehanged. . I nok desire to see
the res'toration of the State<to the Union. The
dearest interests of the~ counIt*y are riow i quess
tion. There should be no divisions, no sectional
or party spirit enkindled an'd aroused. -Old
things, as well'as old p.oliticians must give way
to the progressive spirit. As such I most re
spectfully declin~e the nmniition, hoping, that
the fund of good sense, which is yet in the dis
trict, will not permit itself to be deceived by the
arts of false r. asoning or false patriotisml ; but
will ta -e special care to -elect such only as ar'e
solid, honest-hearted men ; who will be sure to
consult their judgmnent, not their passions or
prejudices, and who will endeavor to do that
which will promote the happiness, the peace,ind
the prospdrity of the country.
*JOHN P. KINARD.
[MR. EnrToR.--As my niame .has appeared in
your paper, as one of the nominees for a seat in
the Convention, called by the Provisional Gover
nor oftSouth Carolina, and as circumstances for
bid my acceptance-.of that position, I take this
oppoitunity of declining the uomh netion, lest si
lence on my part.may be construe into a willing
ness tm serve in that capacity.
Aug. 15, 1865. R. MOORMAN.
I beg leave to decline. being a candidate for a
seat-in the -Convention at the ensuing e1ectioni.
Older and wia.r heads should guide the .State
.through her precarioas position.- MV frientls will
accept my thanks for the honor implied.
I. F. HUNT.
*MEssas. EnITrS- Having repeatedly protest
ed against a nomination, I now -respectfully de
cline the honor proposed as a' noninee 'for the
Conventen. JAS. MOFFATT.
EIEssRs. FDITORs-Piease state that thoughi
gfratified at the honor propos'ed in my nomination,
-must yet resp,eatfully decline. .
. H. H. KINARD,
I respectfully withdraw my namne from the list
of nom-meeCs for a.seat in the State Conventioni.
Newberry, August 21, 188~5. G. T..SCOTT.
OBIT UARY.
.DIZD, at Helena. S.. C., on thed1th Aug. 1865.
AMANDA VICTORIA'MdOISSON, in the 14th
tyear of' her age, the youngest daughter of Jso.
j4.. and Axisos Moissos.
She is gone like a flower cut downi in its bloom,
And they have 'laid her away in a desolate
Stomn ;.
B3ut the-spirit triumphant released from all pain
'In heavenly fields shall blossom again.1.
Oh why do we weep fur the young and the fair~
For the loved one that sleeps, -why yield tz
despair ?
When we feel that theO angels have kissed he!
pure breath,
Andlightened her way through the shadowm
of death.
We wi'h thee not back whare the storm clouda
lower,
Where the frost's.rude blast.hath stricken the
.fipwer,
We k- ow not what tempest aw'aited thee hero
Or the triaP ls and troubles tby lot to-bear.
Ohmourn no moe s not a promise given
That thy lost one of earth awaits thee in heav
en?.
All fadeless and pure; all bloomi.ng and bright,
We shall meet, the beloved in tne sweet fields
of lighrt' M. I. M.
APPTEJENSIVE-A person who lived in con
stant fear of the bailiffs having abscorrded,
one of his acquaintances was asked what was
the reason of his absence ;. to which he re
plied, "Why, Sir, I app'rehent he was appre
hensive of being apprehended."
INSURRANCE.-The following toast was re
cently pronounced at a fireman's dinner, and
was received with great applause : "The La
dies-their eyes kindle the only flame against
which. there is no insurance."
We frequently hear of our generals captur
;ng "pieces of artillery," "What's the ns
'f.capturing pieces ?" says Mrs. Partington
%rhy not capture whole ones ?"
MESS. EDITons: Please announce, as a.very
suitable person for a seat in the ensuing Conven
tion : Rev. T. S. BOINEST.
aug 23 MANY FRIENDS.
FOr THE CoNVENTION.
The following gentlemen are respectfully nom
inated:
H. SUMMER,
J. H. WILLIAMS
MANY FRIENDS.
. MESSRS. BDIToRS-Please nominate the follow
Ing gentlemen to represent Newberry in the con
vention
W. W. McMORRIES
R. STEWART;
A COUNTRTMAN.
Mrssrs. EDIToxs--Please nominate the follow
ing gentlemen for seats ie the ensuing Conv'en
tio' :
E. P: LAKE,
R. STEWA$T.
FROG LEVEL.
MESSRS. EDITOns-Please nominate, as emi
neutty qualifie4"for a seat in the Convention, the
following gentlemen :
UI. SUMMER,
E. P. LAKE,
CITIZENS.
The following candidates are respectfully nom
Tited for a,sea.E in'tLe approaching State Con
vention:
CAPT. E. S, KEITT,
Aug 9 td MANY VOTERS.
MEssrs EITcs.-Ti:e following named gentle
men aresuitable persons to represent the citi=
z!ns of Newberry Dist-ict, in the Convention
called by Gov. Perry; in September next, viz,:
COL. S. FAIR.
GEN. A. C: GARLINGTON.
MANY VOTERS.
MEsS!S. Ens. Please announce t;m following
gentlemen for seats in the ensuing convention:
E.P. LAE..
J. H. WILLIAMS,.
NEWBERRY..
Railroad t ce.
andmUnonalroa wileerave Oparianenr
C. H. Tuesays En tudaLo Ch week. C at
6 a.rm , nd . uties t hOn.tf e wi. m. at
teun ing, t eveoelo at 12spaeuni te oce ., Cond
arriceatin shortanbe addresse p. m. eofMj
TI.O.B.JETER, .PreAdent
A ug. 23, 35--t -
August R6th,i1865
PeLrygte duie WftisOe ewll e t-d
tenedtoattili-lcoe utiuthroie of
rual otion soul PRIe GOdrsse -of carlesfMj
IJsi t Received
Ateto gscle~t' e and ll8 ekte~
d~cipton"--Clomariting dietf- rnN~
iMUSI,DEAc IS, CALICOS, oaand e.n~
the ilenilbe3 ~as nhn. Allso,
both forl Gents and rLades. ti:gththe
wil ttendriction. ldt-h -Quic esand elset
dpsroitis will be ,arivngdiecttomN.
foorryk.ow
Aug 23 85 3M. FOOT.
Furniture at Auctioni.
BYi I. H. KINARP
ON Mndaynext 2Ath inst., at 1.1 o'clock, wil
besold at the residence of.Geo. WV. Olney,
opposita Academy Grove, in Ne wherry, the fol
lowing desirable articles of Hlousehold Furniture,
to wit:
One Sofa, 1 Bookc Case, 1 'Centre Table, 1 Ten:
STable, 2 Mohir Rocking Chairs, 1 Hat Stand,
1 Tete Tete, 1 Marble Top Cen'tr.e Talel, 1 Ma
hogany Bureau, .2 Dining Tables, 2 Washstands,
1 Looking. Glass, 1 Cottage Bedstead, 1~ Hall
,Lamp, 2 Glass Shades, and other articles.
Also, one.splendid Piano and Stool.
Terms Cash, articles to be removed on day of
sale. -aug. 23, 35-it
EDWARD S. BAILEY,
Watchmaker an~d Jeweler.
.J8 resumed business in- the wooden build
'ig, (the old stand,).on Main-street, op
posite Martin's Hofel.
-All *ork exeted with .despitch, and -war
I rated,as frmcly. uly 6 -
IEAD-QUARTE RS, d STJBDISTRICT
DISTRICT WESTERN SOUTH CAROLINA.
NEWBEr:Y, S. C. August 17, 1865.
GENERAL OP.DEiB
No. 7.
Many crimes and bntrages baving lately
I been ~cpmmitted withiti this sub-district by
citizens, in the uniform of U. S. soldiers, (this
garb having been assumed uy them to divtrt
uspicior fr-1 themselcea, by - casting :it 'upon
the military,) it is'
Ordered, That no civilia.n, will- hereafte>be
permitted -to wear any article of-the uniform
proper to the U. S. Army,.under pain of fine and
imprisonment.
II. No person will hereafter- be _permitted to
appear in public in- any article of the uniform
proper to the tate army -of the so-called- "Con
federate States," and the wearin of stripes, but
tons or other insignia of rank or connection with
said army will be held to be a iiolation of -the
oath of allegiance.
-]y order of
LIEUT, COL. ROCKWELL TYLER,
Commandant.
- .HENRI B. LOOMIS,
1st 4ieut. and A. A."A. ten.
HEAU-QUARTERS, 2d SUB-DISTRICT,
DISTRICT OF WESTERN SOUTH CAROLINA.
NEN BEnY, S. C., Aug. 18, I8G5.
General Orders
No. 8. -4
To improve the Sanitary Condition of this
. Sub-District, it is
Ordered, That owners and oc'cnpiers of pro
perty shall, on Tuesday and Satuiday of each
week, thoroughly police the same,4nd the street
in front thereof, collecting all offal) garbage, &c.,
and pla'cing,the same in convenient heaps for re
moval, in froat of their premises.
II. To defray the expenses of rpairing streets
and highways, of constructing and nending
bridges, 'cleaning streets, gutters and di'ains, anid
other useful and" necessary ork, in and about
this district, all Cotton transported.through or
from this district will at once bo repgrte:. by .the
ownet- or owners thereof, their factors or agents
to the Ass't Provost Marshal, who will demsnd
and collect a tax of. fifty cents upon each u ie,
giiing such owners or agents proper certificates
of the payment of the same.
The r ports hereby required will indlde all
cotton wliich shali have been transported through
orfrom this district, siucethe .15thday of Jnly,
1865.
III. Failure to comply wh the provi.ions o
this order, will.subject the offenders to,fmue and
imiprisontient.
IV. The Ass't Pravost farshal t this -srb.
district., is hereby cha rged Vith klie exectrtio: on
this order.
By order ofLict. C). R. TYLER, Con,dg.
1st. Lt.& Adj't.56th N. Vt Z. Y.!A . Gan:
MORRIS,.ItIJT & CO.
SHIP BROKEjS,
*Comrnission Jor-Pg arding M;'cai te;
f. ~ ~~Carlestof, S. C. d W ar
1chandic <onsigned, to us a"iinv i .this City
Ifrom Northerun and TForygn Ports. 'AG1 -U
sigumecnts by- Rilioad, to be -forwarded&o Do.
me,stic or Foreign Par s.
LIBELRA L CASUI A \NCESa npide ou all
cor:signmentsoaf Cotton, Ri ie.4our &c.
. I-- MCk121l .*.
L F. PLUNT I
Aug. 23~' 3 .il UUT7 Jr4
NlcCh5R-on. Hotel
C'CLUBI2A S. C.
- TIHE ufldmigr.Cd, havni liased
the LARGE anid (C)M'ODlOUs
I BUILDING known as tI;e Camtri
hia Femdle Guilege," ill o.pu'idL a~
a FISTCLASS HOTEL,-on Septenbber 's
T. S. NICKERSON 1it0pridtot;.
Au 23, i-t.
'X OTICE.arco
DE ubscribers propo.re to es abis~h aMa
air ,EXPEIESS LINE, from ALSTON\ to
FREAGH T, PAS$ENGERS anjd2BAGGAGFu- IAl
freight direct.ed 'to the card of 17PTiNG-At
1CH APIN'S EXPRESSV wi be fo#inarded j ith
disparet.i . . * ~ J-'PTi -
Aug.2 >, 35. M. UfPI.
fUST RlECEIVED, AND FOR SALE
F.20 bale ebest (UNNY.BAGGING
40 Chils Rope,
10 bbls. C~SUGAR, .
800 lbs. best Errglish. Blue Stonc
100 bush.' s4t. -
A fine lot of OTIIER GROCERIES. such a.
Coffee' Can,dles, Starch,'Fig- ue, Soda ,&c,al
of which ge will sell
~LOW FOR CAS.
An4daso PAY THE HIGHEST .AKET PRICE
for Cotton* Co.rn, Bacon, Lard, .slour, &c.
-Cotton and Merchanidize of Every-Pescriptiop
Received and Forwarded to any point. Personi
desironis of Hauling, can' proenre Lhad almost
any'time, -by applyin~gto the undersigncd.'
* MAYES. MARIT
Augu3tl6 34 3 -
A C HL010YO0
- AND A GRE.AT
VARIETY OF OTHER GUODS
Which will be
For[hi UNUSUALLWY LOW
Fo hamarket.. Cafl soon- and judge for your.
selves.
* WEBB & LOVEL ACE,
UNDER "HERALD" OFFICE.
au124 tf
F s~tbscriber bes-ev-t *.f=
-zens- of Newberr ,3and .the
cunty, -that he-has noW r iand c
-stantly -recei ing,
A choice and raried assorlnent of
Irticles, liich he will
Sell Lows at Wholesale aud] ta
COTTON and COUNTRY PRaDU
EXCHANGE for Gobs gaflA
PRICE. -
MELVIN-~
Assembl Street e = , )b ' - - .
-- from Pefe rte -
The s ritf 'Q ?' r ,
N-ADDRESS, delIr
For sale..y Rr.. W .? e
Messi. Webb &tovellce A
address should .be in tha baeis
of the Masonie EraternitP ake r
tion as above.
tHE subscriber "reasc_p aie
1 zcns.ot' # idtate '
ters pertaininh- GO'V007 !~.
APPLICMJONS T~OR EON.,*'
AU aplicat;ons for pnidsa'nde 1
ed sections of -theresidojlAnest
ation, must be ithe peti st
tne exception of ezcepi
both by the .ofibscs
val of thu: Proisioail !*
The subscrier ilene i
card as ATORLY" -F
f All paper ?tb.t
and 'cd is r -S4
G - $ $$
ar (je Obt .*
Fun tr A- '
F .
w- 4
h fssi~ rGoA by -
sr T
I
j _ 9
rs4. ).UADb &
,J-Id.DGE -~
Set ingtis4rt 9- -
u 1--43 .- -
That ryi > - ~
A%D WUIWCh'-AE
HA.VE AT-'LENG
HIIS MA.fKETf by r
VRIED STOGCK-Cnsai4g g~~~e o -
Trdeserfel.Fige ritoVisa --
CSegs, ksiSer, a~s
grounrd Coffe, in 4poun~
Telichesf Tmattg,in c*fns-. uf,
~ osia , ii ail e s aond -~ ~ '
& g~esrtdStar~
Peppr bri
Earthenwaret-4 .
Comibai~d Brnslie#; Toeoahjerfanuery
Dolls, Hir-i,; Ftam, Pocket Booki4 Ti~
-Pans, : Spoonis,. Pencils, -Table. 1I*W, ogedher
with miany other choice~articles which Ieannot
now -teamerat, and willbe soldlow for cash.
-. Aigust 1634 tf :.
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