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THE TRIWEE1LY HE9ALD
NEWBERRY, S. C.
TEURSDAY RNING, ARIL 20, 1865.
Dr. todd, C. S. A., passed through Newberry
yesterday. This gentleman is the brother-in-law
of Abmham Lincoln.
M-rFa'mers havingpouitry, eggs, butter, lard,
tallowr&c., and who may wish to exchange such
articles in smvl quantities for tobacco or home
spun, can be acedmmodated by applying at Dr.
WTWe had the pleasure of an interview yes-I
terday with our young friends Capt.Wm.Holman,
and Lieu. T. A, Thompson, of Col. Williams'
Battalion. Tley were recently in command of,a
detachment in GeA. Johnston's army.
Nature has been prodigal of her bountj for the
past two weeks. For gardens and growing crops
the seasons could not possibly have been more
propitious, and .he prospect of plenty .tands out
- in bold-relief, alluring us with the hope of ,abun
dance where now is so much want.
-al for .Connr's Brigade. -
We haf,6 been :requested by Mr. Thos. W.
Holloway, to state that Mr. Ar6n Duncan, mail
carrier for Connor's Brigade, will leave Pomaria
on the 25th ef-this month for the army. Letters
for that Brigade, therefore, if sent to Mr. Hollo
way, at, Pomwria, by the 24th, will .be taken by
At an election for wardens and vestry of St.
Luke's (Episcopal) Chur4h, Newberry, held during
Easter week, the following gentlemen were ap
Wardns-&-. Hurd, E. S. aile!..
etoy-Dr. T. L. Ogier, E. S. Bailey, S. Hard,
Geo. Robertson, A. J. White, R. H.'Greneker.
Delgates to Diocetan q6uncil-S. Hurd, A. J.
The Painful Rumor
Which f6r the last two days has been steadily
gining in strength, that Gen. Lee's army has
surrendered, we cannot believe. *The fituation
of that army most have been dreadful indeed to
render'such an s0ternative necessary" Perhaps
a fanent of that army, hardly pressed Imd sur
rowidd, had to lay down their arms, but the
whole body, under a general-our acknowledged
hope-yielding thie is too hard to believe. It
must. be an unmitigated falsehood of the enemy.
We anxiously wait further develepments.
During-the march of Sherman's army through
Lexington District, a little boy, seven years ol#,
-astaken by the enemy, supposed to be the 17Tth
* corps, and carried with them.' He has. light hair.
and black ey"es, is exceedingly sprightly' for one
of his'age, and answers t'o the name of '-Preston."
If he has been left-at any house on the route in
North or ?,outh Carolina, tidings. of his where
-abouts wilt be gratefully received by his parents,
who may be addressed through this office.
Papers everywhere are requested to copy once
or twice. . The father is Ea Confederate soldier,
was in the field at the time and' is jhere now.
-Why iit so?'
Who can tell why.tile spirit of extortion and
speculation still grows so thrivingly. Day by
dLy do priesteadily, alrmingl.y adv'ance ; an
artice vhich is asked $5 for to-dy; is $10 ;a
morrow,.and .whhout any showmof sense, reason
oriknmanity. In the face of untold disasters,
misery and want, at which the heart grows sick,
the pulse of the extortionate speculator .beats
even and quiet, answering in eacii pulsation to
.the throb from his heart which says, 'hold on for
bige prices, money, more money.' What eare
they for hungry want abject misery, pale-faced
women, or crying children ; what care they for
*country, for honor ! Not a fig. $The cry is gain.
And if the-quustion is asked whye the: price of
an article is double tomorrow what it is to-day,
the answer is, the money is valueless. Good for
- nothing, and let every boy wants it, want more
*of .it, thinking by day and dreaming- by night,
of adding to ir 'pile.' Strange inconsistency,
blind infatuation, h'eartless inhumanity. Oh ye
sleek.faced, well-fed charity ignorers, a commen
etgte recompense certai*aaits you. -The
'ooutry is being whipped by you, spreading de
moralization in the ranks because of destitution
at home, and thes end of it, if you succeed, will
a perhaps iubjuga ionl-sad the loss of your
money. Wel,ar nboast, who take provisions
to Columbia and other destitute sections, that
'they return heavier leaed than they went. Ta
king advantagiving people to add to
their gains moore&4gfor nothing paper. Who
can blame the hople,. which wb often hear expres
sed, that our enemies may yet reach and destroy
-heir -M.ace and would it not involTea more .
general ruin and distress, such an evcnt would
be but'ajust retribution. How long will this
state of things conoinue ?
- To THE RESCUE !-Instead of folding our
arnis In siameful inactivity, trying to 'save
ourselves and our property by disgracefally
fleeing at the approach of a-mere raiding paf
ty, let every man arm himself as best he can
andto forward to,meet the'foe. ' All that is
wanting, is a spirit of determined resistance!
A p y of less than seventy-five at Staunton
Brid ,repulse4 a column of m6re than six
hundrd Yankees. luve we forgotton, that,
Jackson's brave'men fought ind beat back the
Yankee columns with stones at secoid Manas
sas ? And that a body of teamsters drove off
a large body of Federal cavalry uear- the Poto
mac in 1863, and saved: Gen. Lee's wagon
train on his'second retreat fron Maryland ?
Sons of darolinat the eyes of the world are
Upon you! theblood ofthousands whohavefalleni
in tpis great struggle for liberty,- will cry
shame! shame upon you! if you *not rally to
the call of your oppressed bleeding country,
and strike, at least, one manly blow for your
wives and children, ynur bearthstones and
your altars. All are i nperrilled. Dishonor,
degradation and utter#uin aie juStat the door.,
Property may be lost, bii honor, and. liberty
may be saved! A.
FRom GEoRGA.-A gentleman from the-vicinity
of Atlanta reports that the- suffering for /food -in
that section has been heart rending. -He -had
charge of commissary stores, and his office is al
most constantly thronged with women and chil
dren begging for bread. - They do: not ask for
meat, but are s4tisfied with bredd aloqe. *Diribg
the late wet weathef, females walked 'as far as
sixteen miles in the mud for the purpose of get-.
ing meat, which they would carry home upon
their own shoulders. - -
The railroads lately destroyed in -Georgia by
Sherman have been repaired with great rapidity.
The Georgia Road has been reaired, and the
cars run from Augusta to Conyer's statioK and
the remainder of ,the road wour4 probably be
competed to Atlanta withia4two or three week
at farthest. Other roads are undergoing repairs,
and promise to be ready for'travel very soon.
WjN,sBoRo -April 12.-A' coudrier just arrived
from Camden says that the enemy fifteen hundreil
to two thousand strong, have left Sumter, and
are mAing their way, itis supposed, to 1lorence.
No great amount of burning was done -in Sumter,
only. the depot and Government buildings being
destroyed... Thelo_s.otGovernment stores wAs
very heavy. The troops are said to consist of
half'negroes and half whites. We have a force
at the proper place to meet them.
-~ The repor; about gunboats coming-up-ko
garee river has been confirmed by an arrival here.
It is conjectured, however, that it is-vnly a for.g4'
ing party. .'No other news here of imp6rtance.
AUGUsrA April 12.-The latest advices- from
Montgomery are up to noon, and state the enemy
are six miles from the city. Our troops are pre-.
paring to evacuate the plate.
Coluabius is being- prepared for invasion.
Stores are being removed. The several hospitals
from that city and Macon are -ordered to Char
iotte, N. C.
The Platteil Wsosn Wi-ness notes
te return, home of Miss Georgiana Peterman,
who la.s been for two years a di-Qmmer in the
Seventh Wigeconsin regiment Sh~e lives in
Ellenboro, is about twenty years. old, wears
soldier clothes, and is quiet and,reserved..
Earrie~ , n Thursday Evening, 38th- instant,
by the Rev. Edwin H. Buist, . . J. Guy, of
Charleston, S. C., toi MARIE MARGARET, eldest
daughter of Professor N. ScHIITr, of Newberry,
formerly of Cologne, Prussia.
But happy they, the happiest. of their kind!
Whom gentle stars uniteg and .in obe fate
Ther heartsgtheir fortunes-aud their beings blend.
BE.1E OF NEWBERRY, 8. 0.
ANNiIUAL ELECTION for- THIRTEEN
.DRECTORS of -tis BANK; will lbe. held
at the Banking~ House, on Wednzesday~ 3d X3ay,
next. -- B. D. BOYD, President.
Aprl 18, 1865. 14 3
e Planters and Mechanies Bankt, ot8. 0.
ABBzvn.r.x, C. H., April 1l'r,th, 1865.
T HE annual election for THIRTEEN DJREC
1TO'RS of this BANKX will besheld at its of
fice in this place,-on MQNDAY, 1st MAY, ense
ig, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. in., and
1 p. m.
Stockholders may vote either in person or by
proxy. . W. E.-HASKELL,,-.
Apr. 19, 34-3t Cashier.
. ooking Soda.
1 BAREL of good COOKING SODA, perfect
I ly fresh, just opened and for. sale by
ap 18-13-tf .B. H. LOyEACE.
Lare Pearl Buttons, suitable for gents Sum
mier Cots, or for Ladies' Dresses and- Summer
Large and small Elastic Buttons,
Also a-few more papers English Pins, white
Toilet Combs and Fine Combs,
Black and Colored 'Sewing Silk,.
Black anh Colored Flax Thread,
Leather Belts, a nice article,
Besides any quantity of Lette- Note and Fool's
Cap Paper, also Envelopes.
So bring along your Confederate money.
MARSHALL & BJ1OTHER.
IF YU WAT,'TOBUY,
MARSfALL & IROTHER.
Will open to-day a few W hoice patterns
of SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
consisting in part of . De
lanes, and English Biv
rages, also some
Beautiful Shevls for Summero
&P,18 13 tf
INotice to Teachers.
STANTED, a single LADY, in a Methodist
family, residing two miles from New-.
berry'Village, to TEACH three children. One
who is competent to teach all the Branches tat
are taught in a Female College, with Music and
French. One that has had - some experience i
teaching. References required, and given, if
necessary. Salary libirl.
Address. S. C. I.,
Apr 18, 13-3t Bor 18, Newberry, S. C.
SECRETAR-Y'S OFFICE, G. & C. Ir. R. Co.
NEwDENY, S. C., April 14th, 1865.
THE ANNUAL MEETIG .of the STOCK
HOLDERS of this Company, will be held
at Greenville, Q. R.. on Thmrsday, 27th inst,
STOCKHOLDERS will be passed to and from
said meeting FREE of CHARGE, as usial.
C. V. CARRINGTONj Secretary.
State Tax Notice.
-N traveling over the distrit I found that. a
great many of the Ta-payers were. ot
apprised of my appointments, at the different
places of collection in the district, ognsequ'ently
I,take this.n odofinforming them of my'where
abouts, in oi-der that they may have ai opportunity,
of making their returns.. I wHl be at the
residence of my mother untilSale day ii May; I
I will then go to Nerberry C. H., and remaur
there until Saurday, the 6th of May, at ,which,
timek the books will be closed. All jrho fail gto
make'returns by that tiine willbe. ,liable to a
JACOBB. FELLERS T.C..N. D.
April 18th 1865 13-C6.
0n. Ilnd ani for , & .
ROP3NS & BABGIIWtL
GENTLEMENS' POCKET -HANDKRCHIEFS.I
tADIES' AN]) GENTLEMEN'S 1OEI
~4 9 A
ENS' AN BOYS' GAPS.
FINE TOOT H COMB 8.
ALMANACS FOR 1865.
S alt p eMt r&e
HAND SAW* FILEI.
. &c. &c4 &c., &c.
Together with a large and varied assortment of
other GOODS, too numerous to mention--hi.ch
will be sold or bartered for provisions.
~ gAiw bushels SALT can be had for Pro
visions. ' - M. FOOT.
Yv-berrn . H. S. C.,4ril 15, 1865. 3
O nioie 'TITHE B e re'eiid at
thig DEPOT, ningo
the difficulty of tranrt 1
Tax in Ko -
Apr 18, 137-t-w:lt
A FIN TRACT OF LAND in Pickeni ,
-A rict. For par'iculais enqpre this'.
Ap 10 12 St
Lot of,Good ENVELOPE?-foa by
-1 B. -H..LOVELACE.
N EW GQ0 D S,
wEifollon comprise o3ly 'i few o the
pmE;a'ny artcles_ to belfotd at ae
A large lotof
Cdate, 91'066 Cotton,
Tther with an sSortmeneor
S12Trer 1 . 2i
SRTING. SNABUGS ~OTT -
COTTON CAlDS, &c.
CalIoon, on 'W.nRin
STATE OF 801T 0 INA
ADX& 1D . GNN'%S OI'W
- ilf l UFO 4kNLll2;Gb 2-FWF
GSX }CA4b R22 61.U I ,
I.special aid to His Excellenpy thie .Goerm
the Govprnor. He t be o e
S y orde, -
Apr. 14, 12-2t.
- BARBES ofG -5TA,ut ~ *
0 ed a zsdfoiS&L or FARR~
a .apNI4o Y - B . LVV
1 l~yards BROWN SHIETING,[esBtr
- -Ji' ceived and:for sale or barser~b
-I RON, I1E?N ULON.
IHTE QN-AND &LARG-E LOT GF TIRk
JJind HOOP IRON, w)ichi I wille%eksuge fok
PROVISIOMS of any klad. A4. HARk -
April -13 -I -
TheS$tae p S0uth CargoffA.'
- . PCUTIVE DEPARTM~T
CoLUi.mlA, March 27, 1865.
HBEi ,ivasiedof~ 'the State has rendere t
. proper that the Legislative Deparmentf of
the Government pf the State- be CNYENED,
th 'c--measures may be adopted as the wel1
fare of the State m;gy require, And for t.hat pt
pose the members o~f the Senate and the Hound -
o RepreentatmVes of the State of SoutIQarofha.
pihereby invited to assemble at -Greeniile ozi
TUESDAY the 256' dIay of APRIL, 1885, -at 1i
-By the Go3vernor.' ** * 4
AG.3G R T1 .
ODmcaL: W. S. Eia.torr, Private Seedtary.
- Apr. 4-1ot. - -
- Cook Waimged.
AGOOD C0OL WASHER & IRONER,- '
t.Wanted to nire froms the owner, None of .
Apl apyt tso earch21 tf
$10OSevard, Dead or Alie. .
UNWA fomte ibcber abotthe 1st
of Jnuar,.myboy oney Hes about
ive feet,nine ortenhches high, dakcme
on, thick lipped, with upper -froat teeth out,
wil give the abovn reard for the said boy, --
lead or alive. R. MOFFATT,
A p -I 4t T Moffatt's M4 Roads.