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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 May 1871

THE HERALD IS PUBLISEDvert u t the beT$ EERY WEDNESYA7 MOMNING, oties ofneting At 'Newberif C. H., ve themens 1Tho. F. & IH. Grenekep, Aise Editors and ifroprietors. . d h g aoingl. i S,$$'XX4E07I.-- Spe tnntrat lde oIt one ad invariablyfn Advance. - 3T. #prIss60ped at the expiration ofWE N S A ,,N 1Jtmcih ens adJlpeb 'rant'"'='-*' w 1.V1W DNESDAY MRNING, MAY 10Y 8LN, 9 l . Ia id . expirato o s tnMimi inteeitionof sb IS19GUISED HEIRESS. Serfidn s-t thoughtfully at Idd* plunged in deep though. This need not be won dered at, for the question upon which she was pondering affected hid- deeply. 1he was an heiress, having come into possession, at her majority, bf fifty thousand dollars. She was prepossessing in her appearance. and thig; as was natural, added to the Heport of her wealth, which, is usual, ' *as considerably exag gerated, brought her suitors in plenty. Among them she made thoice of William Winsor, and in I few weeks they were to be mar ,ied. William was engaged in the kv...

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. — 10 May 1871

dednesdav, May 10, 18', Mr. J. N. Rbson, of Charleston. wei! known in this section of country, as a large and successful comuisvon m)cr ahant, and agent of phosphate;, has scr.t ts a beautifully executed photograph of his new building, on the corner of E-ast Bay and Atlantic Wharf. Mr. R->bson will please accept our thanks, Messrs. Jay Cooke & Co., financial agents of the Northern Pacific Railroad, will accept our thanks for a pamphlet -giving an interesting history of the Route, Resourcc!, Progress and Business of this great thoroughfare. Its contents are The new North-west-its mildness and fertility ; The Railroad's land grant-its extent and v;alue; The future business of the road ; Progress of construction; Engineer's report; Puget Sound-its harbors, climate and resources; Miscel lany; The Charter and Mortgage; North era 'acific Railroad 7-10 Bonds. Baptist Theological Seminary. The commencement exercises of this --4nstitution took place on Monday night, May 1st. Address w...

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. — 10 May 1871

NEwnuIF;?A C; Aty 0.,-Cotton 180. IVMInPOOL, May 8--'veinhg.-Cj,ttou closed steadyuslit ds'j A t ;Orleas ja 71. r - . ' v AIR 8-il hj'>. CQtttIlotuii af6d es of2M bales, . old1 a iAUL11TOR, May 8,-Cotton firm-middling W;I $11jelss 000; Qtok 17,868. me8 xP .Voton clsed. liftt at '1-mm bl c8elOp 42-0., ii IF YOU D1411i.J 6 i1 -oY eks and a Complexion fair and free from pleS, B1otb1es1 and Eruptions, puilfy r bloQd by taking Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext. len 3edical Discovery. It has'no equal lils purpose, nor as a remedy for "Liver plaint, or 'lillosuess." Sold by all May 10, 19-. ig-commenced business at an inop, 1ime-the clo,o ot' the business sea finding It rather difficult, I liave to close nitil the fall, and In the continue the business of painting. JAMES 'ACKElR. ice 1. 0. 0. F. Ihren of Pulaski Lodge No. 20, nested to weet in Amity L,odge on. ott Friday evening next, at 8 o'olock, nC bs11ess of Importance. ay 10, 19-1t W. C. J010N1ON. ;.,,FRESH ARRIVALS. WE HAVE ON HAND -- -AND) I...

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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. — 10 May 1871

fi C THE FUTURE LIFE. so rs' How shAll I know thee in the sphere wl.ich ne keepser a The disembodied spirits of the dead, em When all of thee th4t tinie could wither sley And perishes among the dust we tread U C For shall I feel the sting of ceaseless pain, a If there I meet thy gentle spirit not; Nor hear the voice I love, nor read again In thy serenest eyes a tender thought? Gu Of Will not thine own meek heart demand me there- rie. That heart whose fondest throb to me lin was given? cur My name on earth was ever in thy prayer, Ho And wilt thou never utter it in heaven ? Ins apT In meadows f.nned by heaven's life-breath- I ing wind, sys In the resplendence of that glorious bu sphere, mu And larger movements of the unfettered on mird, des Wilt thou forget the love that joined us the here? 1 cor Tho love that lived through all the stormy t past, LrT And meekly with my harsher nature bore, asi And deeper grew, the tenderer to the last Shall it expire with life and be no more ? A happi...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 May 1871

Iupplement to Newberry Herald. LAWS OF THE STATE--ACTS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY--SESSION OF 1870-'71. LAWS OF THE STATE. Acts and Joint Resol-tion- Piaised by the Gentral Asse-mbly of Sou:h Caroli na, Session of 1570-'71. 0 F F I C I A L." JOZ-T REsoL:TIoN to authorize the State libra rian to pur,hase certain rolumes of ' tate R ports. Resolved by the Senate and Honge of Rep resentatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same: That the hbrarian of the State legislative library be, and lie is iereby, antoriz-d to pur chase, for the use or-the library. such vo:umes of State Repor t. botlh 3t law and equity, as Will complete one whole set of the same, including the necessary dizests, and that five hundred dollars .be : appropratei for the pay:tent thereof,if- so'.nuch be necessary. Approved6March 1st, A. D. 18-1. .N ACT to incorporate the Lo3n Fusi-rs, of the Paris of St. Thomas ani St. Da-nis, Char...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 May 1871

MIZ WWeInors*to sell s otialas oadyfl l coil mit oceditMoPs h4eq1 peo sonth Carolna, U 6 * itt id e-- Aesembly, and by the authority of the same, .A4 trom and aoer thq paag-of this aot, dfgmen6 debtor may, and they aro hereby, authorisod and empowered to sell and convey AW or all of their real, and personal proper,y *-~ ytth may at the litao be subject to -levy aud , k to,,to astisfy any judgment or dooroo of any odupt in tbis Statp against the said. debtor, and to pay over the entire proceeds of said sle or sales to tho sheriff in whose office such Judgments, oxecutions or decrees arc lodged, to.be applied by said sheriff towards the eatis action of tho. same; and provided no objection aa ba mado in writing by either of the judg meat oreditors and filed with said sheriff as to the price at which the said property may have boon sold, within three months from and atter the time such payment shll h%ve been made, the said sale or sales shall Ltberoupon be con sider64 con: med; and the ...

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. — 17 May 1871

T.. ---------------La!- -- - -- ADVERTISINC RATES. i,~ iHHR LD Advertisements inserted at te rate of $ 5) - per square-one inch-for firt insertion, ant ifreach subsequaent insertion. D)oubl. oum reetisments en per centr o aon.mu ~Notices oftmeetin;ts, obituaries and tributes' EVERY WE DNESDA Y 11PNING, r ofrsetnaerie e qaea rim At Newberry C. ., advrtiseens. At Ne be r C H ,special notices in local colm n 20 cents By Thos. F. & R. H. Grencker, Rertisemcntsnot markedwith th.... her of insertions will be keps in till forbid Editors and Propric:ors. Invc-n4ably in Advarce.- ---~- ---- ~~-- _--* V- The mark denotes exPiration of sub- _ol. .TA1Y cription. Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by the Legislature-Session 1870 ad 1871. [OFFICIA_L.] AN ACT DErLARING A TRACT OF ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LANI>, IN TH E COUNTY OF FALRFIELI. AS ES CIEATED To TilE STATE, AND TO VEST TILE TITLE TO THE SANE IN THE TRUSTEES OF RIDGEWAY ACADEMY. Whereas, one Mrs. Murdoc, wid ow, (ied a number of years ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 May 1871

dednesday, May 17, 1871. The Red Cross. Next the narre of each subscriber, whose terni of subscription has expired, will be found the inevitable red crosi n,rk, this week. Please look for it every one, and whoever finds it make a note. There are a few who have been - -. a!lovied to run into months arrears; they - - are pat ticalarly requested to come for ward and pay, or send in at once the amounts due. Others again are just o-u-t, and we as particularly desire to hear from them with the cash for renew al. Don't fail to attend to this if you lease. Baptist Conventioa. The Southern Baptist Convention con vened at St. Louis, May 12th. Several hundred delegates present. T. A. Mill, of Georgia, was elected President, Mr. Williams, of the Theo!ogical Seminary, o! Green%ille, S. C. delive:el the sern on Memorial Day. The Memoial r;iniversary was cf.le brated at Mcnolia Cemetery, Charles m,on the 3iternoon of the 10th, with touching sor ty.. The interest of th occasirn was inotenm,ficd by ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 May 1871

Ri PEOPLE nild satisfy yourselves AT M ARSHA LL'S uring Court. sy 17, 20-1t. ARE5H ARRIVALS. E HAVE ON HAND AND PECT TO KEEP REGULARLY, A FULL mupply of the BEST While nivillo MEAL and GISP, also, thle .r s and flue PEARL IIOMINY from ariestoni. We have a splendid lot or country Flour sacks, and the Augusta Floir in sacks or rious sizes, and Raltillmore Fiour in bar. s ad sacks. vo havo a nice lot of good Wheait Branl r feeding stock. We keep the best New Orleans Molasses, 8lscovado Molasses, and the ehe Iper rdes also. Honey and Pure Oider Vinegar. Dried Apples and Peaches, Oraiges, Lemons, Raisins, Candies, Pickles, Oysters, t3tardines, Soda, Starch, Soap, Pepper, Gin kor, Spice, Axle Grease, &e., &c. Baltimore and Comitry Iliams, 1aeon, LArd, Mackerel, aimi P. E. PtmItoes. 0hiap for cash by LOVELACE & 1rELEPR, a;y Rot, Ito--. SPRING AND SUMMEI OF CLOTHING. WIGHIT & COPPOCK, NO. 2 MOLLOIION 110W. Our stock of CLOTIING AND GENTS FUR NISIlING GOODS FOR THIS SEASON, 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. — 17 May 1871

A CONTENTED LIFE. IT TW1 iTY. Five hundred dollars I have saved A rather nioderate store, -No matter: I shall be conteNt, When I've a litLe imore. AT YOrTY. Well, I can count ten thous-ind now, That's better than belfore ; Aid I tuay n%ull be sazi.ied, Whe 've a linte more. AT Y1FTY. Some fifty thwisand-pretty well; But I have earned it sore; However, I sh:dl not co rplai:a whenl I've a little Inore. AT SIXTY. One huildrell thou:a '.0-siek and old Ah ! life is half a bore, yetL Ican be content to live Ihen I've a little miio'e. AT SEV ENTY. lie dies-and to his greedy heirs Ile leaves ia cou:t!ess store, Uis weahh has purchased him a tomb And very little more THE LIFE-CLOCK. There is a little mystie clock No hunianl eye hath seen, That beatetlr on-and teateth on From m>rning umil c'en. And when the soil is wrapid in sleep, All silent and alone, It ticks and ticks ihe live-long iight, And never runneth down. Oh! wondrous is that work of ar', Which knells the passing hour, But art r...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 May 1871

Arupplement to Newberriead I,AWS OF THE STATE---ACTS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEIIBLY---SESSION OF 1870-7. LA WS 01' Til E S F. -' Act,: aw naJo-.nlt m:im ,:a--ab the Genvra I :> cr s;%u t :1 a as.. Iir:a, $--.ion of 7-7. F 1-F F A .'. JorNT RseLUTIoNz a:urizng the -State lca. ure to re.sue to Jon Vii:j ijz!. r c,::.tc of Stazc stc.ck. Whtrfas, It appears I- te :-oCks oJ ie State tre':surer tt nereU ha.< been auty L'nnen cer"a.in crt7.ile:es oi st:;( .a ....h, amonaut of five tzan 1 -x bmr : of John Campb . ;. said stoc.k wa u -r. -1: an iu!z of Culm n 'whereas, ca:- em.a -'oy.:.::i2 shoDid L>e ru therefore, ) ]:esolvei y the .: :: 1 d. - sent'tivps of th. sta? o', met and i in Geral ::>,d a w tho anthori'y o tie -an::-, T - - treasurer be, a,d he :s hr . hi reissu- to sa*i --1anl 1' ee:>W John C mpbet, dc-a.ed, c-rtme 1-d" of the cami am:m a:b t:. n , nad bcaring 'h: i:Un r n t-iv. ;u ;'A ihr lost or <dQs:rov ; :i:: Ih.: : j . J 1n State treasurer V ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 May 1871

tenant, ts waruens, forming a counci), -haft a be empowor%d to aot In his stead during the b fluke. t gaO lo,. That the intoni u~7d 8s duty o Wlt.4 adnd qalifed eblt r4g heirtW of servioe, sovsrally and o ed with all the juridio n a ' or toforogranted to * I t4o Aud the Intendantsas may, as ofton as J ho samy doom necessary, summon tho wardens to ln'it in coun0l, any two of whom, with the intendant, may eonftituto a quorum to tra)s act basinese; and they shall be known by the naa of the town couned of,YorkOulle; and It they.-ad thoh sucoossois heroartor to bo ni 8lootdn0Y have W 'common sial, which shall bi bo aiteo.to all tto ordinances. And tho said town conned shall b ,o authority to appoint, (i from itime to limo, as they. aty see a to suoh.-id so maniy proer per- 1 soaa t94c -a . marshals or constables A of the said, Iow'a as the said town council oi anay,-dom neoosary and oxpediont. for 1to I, presrV&tloi of the poace, good order and po- 0 to thereoft; which persons so app...

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. — 24 May 1871

THE HERALD IS P'UBLISRED ERT WEMESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. P. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. Invariably in Advance. 87* Tb go_ _ r-tc t Tb per is sopped at the expiration of C7-TheX inark dezotes expiration of sub- VOL Idr W EDNESDAY 3MNer2, persquare-onenes-ornd Dasatik. - trp1on fo_ah_usqe I.aran.g t -Atts and Joint Resolutions Pased by the Legislature-Session 1870 and (OFFICIAL.] AN ACT TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE GAP CREEK AND MI>DLE SA L,VDA TURNPIKE COMPANY AND; TO AMEND AND RENEW THE CIIAR 3ER.THEREOF. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the eaatc and House of Representatiecs qhe iState of South Carolina, flo iet and sitting in Ge:eral Assembly, and by the authority of the tmye. That the charter of the Gap Creek and Middle Saluda Turnpike Com pany, be, and the same is hereby amended in such manner that the said Company shall hereafter be Icoyva by the name of "The Mid ,de Salada Turnpike Company." - -- Sze. 2. That the said charter, exeept as herein e...

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. — 24 May 1871

* The Chestr Report3r. We are -picased to find the Chester Rzap9rter again among our exchanges. Its editor and proprietor, E. 0. McLure, JEg; makes it a good paper and wil rke up for past delavs. We wish hin success.. The Camden .o1rnal. This excellent and time honored Jour r.al, published by T. W. Pegois & Son, :ppears in a neat new dress, besides be IT: etarged. We congratulate the Jour ;1 publishers in having attained to this ppy stage in their journey. A new e4Tss is an important desideratum, and jappy are they who are fortunate enough losaaure the means. Success attend all thiir future efforts. Messrs. Wal-ke-, Evans & Cogswell, Charle,ton, pr.prietors of the largcst priing, binding, and stationary estab ilnhmeint iri the South, g:r.e their nume rous e'mployees a pic-nic one day last week. Tt took place :t the Middleton Pintation on the Ashley river, and was An occasign of great festivity. The hip py participants of the generous enter. tainmep.t return thanks in a great...

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. — 24 May 1871

.-Special Notice. 'benbscriber, wishing to leaTe home t( rmain absent for zome four cr six wceks *Wd offer, to his friends and customers, hi, sicof" WATCkiES and JEWELRY FOLI THE NENXT FIPTEEN DAYS, at GREATLI JMDUCED RATES. Those desiring such g6dds wil find it to their interest to give him i'tall. -Personshaving Watches in my hands lift for repairs-are requested to take them away. - I have some seventy-five or an han dred ready for delivery. The few indebted 14-me.on open accounat are earnestly request ed-th cancel the same as soon as possible. E. S. DAILEY. May.17 20 SRNG AND S[MIlER swocx OF - CLOTHING. WRIGHT & COPPOCK, NO. 2 MOLLOITON RoY. Our stock of CLOTHING AND GENTS FUR NISH1ING GOODS FOR THIS SEASON, t nowrormplete, and embraces all DESIRABLE STYLES AND FABRICS, rither for Men,. Boys or Youths. SLITS of all kinds, from common to su #erfine; AND AT ALL GRADES IN RCES UNDERWE.R, SHIRTS. CR.AYATS, &c., Hats and Caps, &e., &c., And all at MODERATE PRICES, Boo...

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. — 24 May 1871

RATHER MIXED. By the lake where drooped the %illow, Row, vessel-, row; I want to be an angel, And jmp jim crow. An old crow sat on a hikkory limb, None knew hin but to prahe; Let, me kiFs him for his mother, Forie smells of Shweitzer kase. The minstrel to the war has gone, -Nvih his bal-jo on his knee; Ke woke to hear the shriek, Therm's a light in the window for thee. A frog he would a wooig go, 1li4 hair was curled to kill; He used to wear an old gray coat, And the sword of Bunker Hill. Oft in the stilly night, Make way for liberty ! die cried! I wou't go home till morning, With Peggy by my side. I am dying, Egypt, dying, Susannah, drn't you cry. Know how sublrie a thin.: it is - Tobrush away the blue tail fly. The boy stood on the burning deck, With his baggago checked for Troy; One of the few immortal names, His nanic was Pat Malloy. Mary had a little lamb, Ue -could a tale unfold; He had no teeth to eat a hoecake, As his speutacles were gold. Lay on, lay on 31aeduff, MaN wants ...

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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. — 31 May 1871

- - - ADVERTIS d WATES. Avietisecments insrteda.t the rat'eSf $ HE H R L per squar-oeie--or stinetion, r IS P;BLIS1ED column advertisemens ten perenton abon F,VRY WEDNESDAY MORNING, ot o mee , I a s I ~ ~ K advertiements. AtSpecial notices in ocal column 20 cents Thos. F. & R. H. Greneke. .)eline n ber of insertions will be kept in dit feaU~ Editorand charged accordingly. ~ ---.-- --Speci .a---- .- .-'lontracts madec with l'arge ad . ThMriabl in R A d *ce - t.-~- .- -- __ ___ - - -iser, with liberal dductious on above :saa 16variably in Advarce. Q gfff G7" T"h" "r i" stopped at tWeEDNESDAY M A Y 1 o 2 Done with eeptesns anod DispaTMieI. time for wvhirh it is P-11d. Vol. V11 WE NE DA 310R,)Xi- d5. 1 1 r 20 r7--The:O mark denotes e:xpiration of sub bription. Acts and Joint Resou!ons Pass3d by th- Legislature-Session 1870 and 1871. roFFICIAL.] AN ACT To 1EULATE TIIE CALL DOCKET OF THE SUIREME Col."T. SEcio.N 1. Be it euacted by the &5enate and Hfouse of Representailces of the S...

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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. — 31 May 1871

. R E BE R . G dednesday, May 3 18, No Necssity for Mrtial Law. - A tW-Tm from Washin-ton, dited 26th, says Gov. Scott, of South Carolina, assures the President that there is no ne cessitv of placing the State under mar ta la T. Mr. Foster 1!o)-ett wiil accept our thanks for a pamphlet entitled, state ment of Foster Biodgett and evidence, in repiyto the charges of Joshua H ill, made in the U. S. Senate, April 10, 1ST1. Attention Those indebted to this office either for subscription or advertising are earnestly requested to call up and settle, as money is mucb needed just now. Next Mon day being sale-d-ty, there will be no doubt a large number of persons from all parts of the county present, and among the number those we are partie ularly anxious to see, we ther fore b<g them to remember this notice, and con e prepared to settle. Fl!etw.d's Life of Christ, And the lives and sufferings of his Holy Evangeliss and Apostlts; to which is ad-led the lives and labors of l nent Christians...

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. — 31 May 1871

~Scgedeaie :rg:-saenwg aa unt To Commner.cd:h May, '71. DOWN TRAIN. Ul':AiN Arri-e. Leave Arrive. Lxv .. 5.3i 5.3~ .. 60 6,oo 4 3 4 Ricok - - S 6.1 G. -1.4. 4 -.7, -n i e...... .. .2 Z'> : 251 ...... $.6 .25 2.&i 2 .' -...... 8.1 45 2-11* 2.15 .. 9-15 920 1 Z5 !. . . 9.) 9.45 1.12 1.: . TUOS. B. JETER I'resi.ent. Es y3,1871. fWkTEOF 'SOUTH CAROLINA NBWBERY COUNTY. Br James C. Leahr, Probate Ju . '.wjr=:LS, Lydia R. Wilson '1h m e mitto me to grant, L;in Lezzers of Adminis U%tion- -of the Estate and effects vf 1r. Jigpmo'n Wilson, deceased. 'T"wse are toerefore to cite and admoinish aW4nd singplar, the kiindred anid creditors ct ifr'said deceased, to he and appear be. t;re'we, in the Court of Probate, to be behl smNewberry Court House, on thw 7 th day 6f i Jie next. after pubileati> hereof, a011 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew et,se if any thev have, why the said ad liinistratotin should not be ranted. Given ui4der r hand this 2.d day of !a, Amno Domiai, 11. - JAME' C. LEX...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 31 May 1871

.N FM SLATE. S-c ra;te I dot it re-, Cos I b'oke the o.h,:r, Put "v 'ittle foot right froo, IFraint' after mother, I tan mike rou iots o' sings, Fs as you can tell 'em, T'sand B's and big 0 rlngs, Omly:I ta't spell 'em. I ten m:ike a funny rig Wid a turly tail-ly, 'Ile eyes, and snout so big Po%in' in a pail-ly. I t.n mike a elephaut, SWi- his trnnk a hangin'; Atl't hoy-who says I tan'I? Wid'his 3au a b:mgin'. Al' the smoke a turnmin' out (Wid my t'umb I do it, Rubbin' all the white about,) Sparks a-flying froo it. I tan make a pretty house Wi,! a tree behind it, AD' a little mousy-mone Rinnin' round to find it. I tan put my hand out flat On the sl4te, and draw it ,Ticklin' is the wcrst of that !) Did vou ever saw it? Itan draw U: runnin' 'bout MAma's 'ittle posset te's so dus:y, rubloin' out Dess oo'd better wass it.) Now, then, saIl I mke a tree Wid a b;rdie in it? I my picsurs you s'all see if "ou'll Wait a minu'. des. Il m ie a man Juss like utcle Rally. e-&e it tnunIin' f.a...

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