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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 November 1871

C0 EjL ANI 11 'EST, GROCERY, Provision Merchaits. AND COTTON BUYERS, ;OF TIlE CLINTON 1101_SES.] IIaving opened a Branch House at NEWBERRY C. H1., Beg leave to call the attention of their friends and patrons, Loth in Newberrv and Laurens, as well as other Counties, to thii fact, and rfer to them a full and weil as sorted stock of hEAY GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, TIES, NAILS. I RON. LEATHER. YARNS. DOMESTICS, &e., Be des a choiee variety of SHELF GROCERIES, All of which they will dispose of at REA SONABLE RATES FOR CASI. COPELAND & WEST. Oct. 25, 43-2m. 187, FALL & WINTER. 1871, TH (LOTHING HOUSE OF UWRIGIT & COPPOCK. S0. 2 MOLLOIION ROW, Is not-applied with a full and elegant as sortment of CLOTRING AND GENTS FUR ' ISIMNG GOODS, Enbrac-g a'i DESIRABLE STYLES AND FABRICS, Either fr Men, Boys or Youths. SU,TS vf all kinds, from common to su perfine, AND AT ALL GRADES IN PRICES. VDEEWEAR, SHIRTS, CRAVATS, &c., ats and Caps, &c., &c., And all at MODERATE PRICES...

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. — 29 November 1871

THE MAIDEN'S wISH. i If I only knew [low to-te a bird. I'd flv away 9o last As all my strength would To meet ny love ag:ain On the wre. If ! onll kIlew Il'w to bl. : fish, I'd swim awav so fast As all my strcngth wolld :st, To ueet.y love again On the wave. III onTv k'w Ti-t Im I l was dead, I wonid c..a-e to % %c.r white, L. gown black a4 ldght I'd zo into mourning For my love beneath :.- wave O"d l'oem. STA'TE OF SOUTI1 CA ROLINA NEWBERRY COUNTY. Ry J.imles C. L.:lv, Pro')b.tir JildgP. WVin:uw. J:. - A. Mars 11:10 i:Id- I stijt to il- to graint hiz Lltte-s of A II .I - trniion, ( f R ,!Ei- ce :iL --e:s of io er: H. Mars, deceased. Tiiee are therefo'-r.? io cite a:m admijl all fad siigublr, :1m ii.r - 'i : . i of the sai.c. ,o bI ad appe.Ir he for - fiwe, it, th;, ct)ii. 1fP6. . i . . at Newherry Coiirt .iu'e, on tih. 2n.d d of D..-.b. r nexr. aftter p:l i te i-n reot 4tI l0.Jock ill the *or 1iot1n, To situw CA i-4, ifan.y why th- S;JI. md4 minisiratiion sho:zi : i .e graif . Giver...

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. — 6 December 1871

ADVERTISINC RATES. IS PUBLSED--- Adverisei s inserted at the rate or$I 50 EVERY WEDNESDAY MOMININO, ' rr each subsequent insertion. 10nlai At N o w orry . 11.,euhaint n lvertiset n t s te per cent on a o ve. At Newberry 0..y . - .Nottee or uceings,obituaries and tribu iT S-or respect, saain raoL~ter er.sqtLe ats ordhun ya By Thos, F, & , H. GrOenokor, Editors and Proprietors. Avrtisonents not :uarked with the nun Invariably in Advance. .tI u o iliubt 1 Thdi.. er 1,6 Otoppl.Id at tho expiraion of ~~WS * mark denotes expiration of subv Vol. VII. W EDNESDAY MORNING,-EC MBE 6 187. "'"/" __ D Y 1'LOlNIN U- ~ F~E.M1 ~ER 0o.S 19.44 -hi n nd,.. GEORGE JOHNSTONE, A'TTORNEY AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. OFFICE ON LAW RANGIE. .'JUIY 19, 29-6m. GRAESER & HARMON, ('AHA1?rESTrON, S. C. TIlE tT1dertigned havc formed a Co partnership For the trin1saclion of a COT TON FAt,raTU'AGE AND GENERAL 00M MISSION 1TdNESS. They tender- their services to their friend-4 and the pIblic" nIIId shall he pleased ...

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. — 6 December 1871

dd63dOray, U%'113 . i 1 The Governor's Message. We give this week a brief smnmary the contents of this very remakb dr,rument. We nav rver to it agai--. The opening part of the iessrie is d voted to an exhibt of ihe fliancial c,n dition of the State. The nctwal exi-.ti public debt is set dow:n at 11 'vj:,90'S.9E Of this 1-nount the old debt is stated t be $,6,453,908.(:8, showing a total in crease since the new order of ti.in-s $5,511,000. This enormous incrense h charges to the account of the oppositior as they, by their cla:nor, embarrasse the financial operations of the goverr, ment, and caused an immente dopreci: tion of State bonds. The only portio of the debt, he says, actually created b the present administration, is the sete hundred thousar,l dol,ars issued f!or th Land Commission. Under the head of expendtires of ti State government, he Fays it woUl scarcely have been possible for the ne who combined to destroy the credit the State, to have executed their purpos so successfu...

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. — 6 December 1871

To be Raffled! During the next 10 or N5 davs, from tim< to time, $1,000.00 worth of Watches an( Jewelry, fashionable and good. Persons wiuuing prizes may seloct fron the stock ar.y -rticle equalir:g the mote value of the prize won. In a lot of $loo.u' with 20 chances at $5.o0 each, there w ill b S prizes for the S highest numbers thrown viz: 1 of $30.00, ;Z2000, $15.0, :12.! $10.00, A5 0o, $5.00, $3.00. In a lot of $50.00, at $25 1 e, *) elances, there will Ibe 5 priz, viz $I2.0o, ';10.00, x8.j'l, '45.o01. Cash must be paid when chances are ta ken, and parties designated to throw in ;th absence of the persons taking a chance when the raffle comes off. Apply to Messrs. 31tte & Tarrant. Nor. 29, 48-2t. NEW STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY, THE subscribIer having purchamed the Good Will, Tools, Material, &c., from Mr. E. S. Bailey, who has been for so nmLN years e:gaged in business in this place. would respectfully s-ty to the citizens od this and surroundiug Gotnnties...

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. — 6 December 1871

THE FLOWER OF SLEEP. Sweet s!.p, pale riu-. r, loved flower of Iight, Thy leaves -so pure u:fold to mo, A-id b-reare their opi t4 frt-ran:ci o'er .me now, That I nav hide unself in thee. Tc tears I weep shall water thee, And thou Aialt grow the while more bright, Unti! glad drearn do spartde on thy s(lno, The penl*nt Irit o ssed ni.t; MAIES & MIRTI. ATa,e on har.d and arc SUPIPIITIES OF G R O C ERI E S, /-ARDI4fRE, CUTLERY, Bagging, Ties, WOODEN.WAIRE, Etc., Etc. G UM)ERIIE0, coVNiStinig inM partJ 1hC.t and Corn Flour. Rtice. Siter. Cotife., Starch. Soap, Tea, .3aL::, Camnned Goo)ds, Cor::. Oats. Hv. iRDWiA im. fsistig i:- n prt of. I or.n r.nd MuL ,Mu oi A Nai4. U itaec. Loeks Yetdties. Saiu-Pans. Knives and Forks, Pocket Kuives. Fie . Lfee M1il"s. ruAhes..a- !inds. C r i i u:lts. Vell Buckets Tubs. Knse.Soelts, or Jan:. PloiAzh & IEST01 rn Tx ~Wu:Mrchntrs. ihil4EN-Wpei :>asistinouin ptr * .~OTt~ ck of 7MiA VYGOEIS .eE. rlul>.. 3 . S.A39-tf SRLFOCERY,S -AND Cash pnd a...

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. — 13 December 1871

THEHERALDA~TSN RTS EVERY WEDNESDAY MOSIG, At Newberry C. It., j ; i n By Thos. P. & P. H. Grenoker, Editors and rroprie:ors. Invarinbly in Advance. - . try The paper is stopped at the expiration of fime for which it is paid. 01 [7- The ; mark denotes expiration of sub-* Adriptiti een inurt d t ihratef > - ppero sqae- Teic-r r tiC tincrio,. GEORGE JOHNSTONE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. July 191,29--Gm. WM. J LAKE, Insurance Agent, NEWBERIRY, S. C. A(F.NT FOR TH1E Piedn9t & Arlington Life Insurame Company. Assets over : :: .000.000 Annual Income :10.000 Insures against d eth from all causes. Wf. J. LAKE. Newberry, S. C. Feb. 22, S-tf. M10RMIN & SUMPE1W ATTORNETS AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. The unersigned have forued a Co-partnership in the p.::"tice of thi Law. and can b2 found at their ufiiv, in the building- of thc --Newb-rrv Bank," front ro:n, uip stinrs. TlAs . 11()MIMAN, 00011"NE I. SGLMIPET.M Feb. 22, S-tf. DR. H. BAER, Wi()ILE5ALE~ AND I rL ...

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. — 13 December 1871

Aodueday, Dec3mbn 13, 18YI. Pitch into those Ilepublicans, Mr. Uion. as soon a. you tind it convenliient; we would be very glad ideed to see yol make the fur fly from some of them. If you could make some of those bonds fly back into the StIte treasury it might be better. We pat you on the back, my boy. Poor Xaterial. The reason, Mr. Uni.n, that the 1Ie publican party 1 so odious in this State, i.:, not because It is the Repub!ican party, but because it is composed of such poor material-the ruliig and leading Fpirits being adventurers fron other sections, who took advantage of our conditito for purposes of self aggrandizemttent. An honest Republican, who labors really for the good of the State, has never been abused by any one. Your remarks in reference to the New Departure of Mr. Voorhees, of lNdiana, as apphvd to'the people of this State, are eminent1y ivjist. We do not turn with disgust. from the party becauc they are Republicans, bit because we have no confidence in the leaders. ...

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. — 13 December 1871

SOLTJBLE PACIFIC GUANO. PRICK $-45 CASI, WITi USUAL AD. VANcE FOR TI111-. EXPEIlIEXCE IN THE USE OF IllS (ato for the past tix yeatrs in this State, for Cottoit tun Gorn, hais so litr establislhed its charaneter for e%cellence its to render cont ment uneccessary. In accordinec with tile established policy of the Compainy to filrillsl the lbest, Con cmitrated Fertil zer it, the lowest cost to consumters, this Otaino Ia put iito imarket this sciasoat it the itiove redue'd price, which tie Coipany i.4 eninbled to to by relasonl 01 its large filcities and the reduced cost of' itaialt itc'ltre. The supplies put ic imrkt, this seasoi are, its heretolore, pr'tired mier the pevr. soald suaperinitenadence oC )r. St. Ju1tline, laIvenlel, Chemist of the Colmimtilly it Charlestot, S. C., letice, plaiters mauy rest tssured tiat, its QUAlITY amid C00.\' SITION is precisely the same its that, lere loforo sold. At the precent low p,rice every acre plantted Ctii be feTiliZed with 201n pounds of (aiv...

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. — 13 December 1871

Our Finarcial Mudue. WHAT A N\.w YOi:K ISNE4S -(;IR NALT TIINKS OF THlE FINANES OF SOU I1 C.OL.-A-TH-P RIo.iT oF T[I . CI TIZEN s ('1 ITTEE. W sh:i! not ventue t 1 pjudge t -emr.o t, ofS the financial agent. 11t' thot he shionid cnrlSuch -,mn enormon.s .1mnilit of borlds. InI that hig should be known nt th Sta; v e:ory respecting the natu oic his (qperations. Ihc VoIlitil on of his accoulints, (.r tIll exteilt to \whichi he hns involved the (cdit of tie State. is a :atlr whieb, to szy th least. demanOb I im mi' ,te't rei'Z y. .\ r. himl> ,:'' 1,(7 7A1\yed 7)ne. dayI. nor1 do17 wt, (e whV it weel -: it. k 17 hillflLl that he. shloIlh rinv nt once, a fil xaIni:aIt n of nce,mnts by' partieN who v ('401111:and Tho pVi: ver jW'! prowri 7 Low i; t . that thel Stat a tho NOW 0-- pr-ofess tIti 014*w opefrai~tio 7W s ~ tW of Ihe e <.v. W'ern :1l the det, oe Ione bcIIi I of xv.7.,in iii 1 o i Ter is eit her" n le 01 somethinvedi wthto.pre -I t I he - m s Lc , ar "aran ci ; a a ' .. I . ...

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. — 13 December 1871

/iEWBERRYT I-IERAPP LEMEINIT. NEWBERRY, S. 0. Wodnesday, December 13, 18YL The correspondept of the New York Herald, who has given to that paper a truthful view of matters in the up country, savs: BNrwNq Two EVILS.-The sup pression of the Ku Klux organization is an eveat not to be regretted. While t owed its orgin to the mal-adminis tration of the State officials, it is un doubtedly responsible for many at r0cious outra1res. Could it have been r,ossble to have confined it to its original mission, it would have greatly benefited South Carolina. In two or three of the Counties. its bold and de terinined, though utterly lawless, ac tion against criminals compelled Gov. Scott to remove some of .the scoundrelly officials he had pre v1ously foisted upon the people, and apooint honest and impartial men. Its equally lawless opposition to the negro militia averted a bloody strug gie berween the whites and blacks. This much is said in favor of the Ku Klux without any feeling or jot of svmpath...

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. — 13 December 1871

A Now Rendering or an old Text'. Spoiding at wiitelr am invalids at Aiken, South Carolina, tho Ifon. Thurllow Weed and Mr. Thomas C. Acton whiled away one ab bath liaftorn1oon by aLt,onding a no gro Chu.rch, an1d wVOro accompa idod by Mr. John A. Entinedy, who was on a visit. of a flow days to Mr. Acton. When they on 'tered tho primitivo templo tho proachor, who was a puro African, wali grappling with all tho forvor of his race viLh the old, old sub joct of tho fCall of' man. Sketching that day in) tho Giarden With it,s torriblo results, ho excoriated Mr. Adam inl this faitshion. '"Now, broderuol, wh'ilon (10 Lord calls Adam to 'count did ho tann' up ilko aI maii, conlfess his sill and atsk ;hrgivenless? .11o didi't, do nutillinl of do sort,,) brederon, but, h say : - "'o,rd, de wvomlanl dat Doll g-r) Ost m110 gl Ime for. to (tl.'" Pall'siig a. 11 mient he repeated gill bIno Imr to eaL," Thell a-ainl: "bo Nolian) dat D)ow gubest mi1e gib ile for to eat.' ")arP bredleren, yolu rwo da...

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. — 20 December 1871

iDVERTINQ RATES. H A:ierisements inseCrtedZ at the r:tte r'fS $1 5 -, r guare---one inch--for first inserti.ng, a; ' IS 'L7LIf7. i fo'r eachi etthsequiei insertion. D)oul is ensnD - , - ~/column:iivertis1feents ten percent on ab cve. FNEI ~ ~ Mt\I\G f'~ &~-. .. ~~ IK~~'i( r'- Noticecs of meet tings, ohituaries and triburi' FVERYAWENESA \10 NIN, 0i- or rer. same raes per aquare as orditmrt At Newberry C. i, r.41 1 tice s n Th0s..& .. ents not m:arkca with tRe nHtGtw ~yTO3..&W1.~PC1e!~s khr of insertions will be kept in till forbid Edtozs and Proprictors. - n hrged accordingly. 7fSf,.)7 )3$N N i .,,. tisers, w:th liberail deducitiOu.s on above tates invarizjy :n .u cvnnce.~ - -asP a r n- Th,, PITer is st-yaa t!tu expirat iun of -~-~~~ )~1 ~ % .. "enl etns ad1iprh "hic"l it is J"d* Vol. V . WEIDNEi S DAY OR NG DECR , 7. No X. d e mark denotes expiration of sub GEURGE JOHNSTONE, ATTORXEY AT LAW,: -a-,NEW-BERRY, S. C. OFFICE ON LAW RANGl. July 10, 29--Gtn. .,iWM. J LAKE, Insu...

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. — 20 December 1871

A? JE WISERK E . I Jdeday'El, DeemW F9, 18 A Painful Ncssity, one which will wurk tomatuat advan tw. is til, theit foorom and after tihe tir,t daiv if Jan-uary, 1872, we shall dem:&and1 the cash for all aivertising, 'egat or other vi-e, except in :he ca'.c of contracr advertisirg with rmer ch:ts of rhe towII. Nor whli any bhcrip:iVns be received hereaf-er, Or noticed, uniess paid for in ad N.r wl job work be delivered without the Ca:.h. We hope that tlis notice wil- be bonic in :;mid, and advertisers or those havittg jo'> v:or, will come prepared to pay for their favor. We cainnot live, or conduct a decent tuinecs<, on BOOKS FLt.L OF Ct:AI'GES. AND GrfD PROMISES TO PAY, NO MATTEI HOW GoOD OR ABLE TO PAY-AT SOME TITE WHZN IT SUITS CONVENIENCE-Obr patronis mav be. Hall Sheet N:xt WeAk. In accordantce with timie.hotiored iasage, :n order to giVe the eIIoyeeS of th ofFice a little taste of Christmas, a ha4f sheet only., and for the belefit (f much of our advert i,itag patrons ...

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. — 20 December 1871

FOIl TilE HOLIDAYS AND THE SEASON! AT A. HARRIS', Can be found Eleg-ant Ladies Furs. Velvet Ribbons. Einbroideries, Trimmlings, Dress Goods. Calicoes. &e. Gentlemen's Piece Goods of all kinds and prices. Besides Clothing, H1ats and Cap,. Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Umbrellas, Underwear, &c. A full assortment of HEAVY GROCERIES, As well as FAMIL S SUPPLTES of choice character, CANNED GOODS of all kiuds. And every other article that in.n. woman, or child can think of or need. My lftto is Quick Sales and Short Profits. So cotue quick. exauine gods. make your purchases and retire happy that you called on A. HARRIS. Headquarters for Christ mas as well as other goods. Dee: 13, 50-tt. SALE. I WILL sell at my residence in Edg fich4 Dist., 10 miles South of Ghappell's Depot, on the 2d of January next, one thirty horse power STEAM MILL, and Eleven Ilundred and Forty-eight Acres of very valuable tim bered land. This is well known as the best nill seat in this State. LOW FOR CASH. W. .1. 1...

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. — 20 December 1871

The.Farmer Feedeth All. Mv Tord rides through the p;aee gate, My lady sweeps along in state, The sa;- thinks long on many a thing, ,;W 4e inaiden muses on marrying; The sai'or plows the to.uninug s'ea, The hunter kil!s lie ; iod red deer, And tlo solier wars witholif a tear ; But to fall to each whltel'r befall, The farnier he Lint feed L;Ieml all. V, Staitirhbaynmereth cl-rry red the sword, # ;riest' preacheti pure the holy word, 'Dame Ahce workeilr.. iding well, Clerk Richard Lles (f love can fell, The tapfrife z11 her foaining beer, D*n Fisher fisheth in the mere And courtesies rtle' strit lid shine, "While.pye~e b-ing the Gascom wiine, Man buirds his castles ftr and high. Where'eir river ru:imeth by, Great eitues rise it every hand. Great churches show the i,uilder's hand, Great arches, mounrtlt:ain4 and toaers, Fair palaces aid pleaing bower. ; G:,eat work is done, be it here or there, itntwelf ni-n worketh every where, ..ptt work or rest, whate'er befall, The fartner he mist 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. — 27 December 1871

THE HERALD t IS 'UBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MO1NING, At Newberry C. H1., , Itiie,clts By Thos, F. & R. H. Groneker, Editors and Propritors.t Invariably in Advance.~____________ ~oil(ftismd ihlrean~ g;P ThoA paper is stopped at the vtxpmrmiter of t1 for whicu e it is Doid.T T h eN s m a r k d e n o tm n e x p i r a t i o n o f t,)hitn ei e a n d t s scription.v n e s GEORGE JOHNST4NE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEWBERRY, S. C. - - OFFICE ON LAW RANGE. *July 19, 29-G>m. WM. J LAKE, Insurance Agent, NEWBERRY, S. C. ACENT FOR THE Piedmont & Arlington Life Insurance Company. Assets over : : : : $2.000.000 Annual Income : : : 1.30.000 Insures against death from all causes. WM. J. LAKE. Newberry, S. C. Feb. 22, S-tf. MORMIN & HCIRI[Epaq ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I EWBERRY, S. C. The undersigned have formed a Co-partnership in the -practice of the Law, and can be found at their office in the building of the --Newberry Bank," front room, up stairs. THOMAS S. MOORMAN, OSBORNE L. SGIUMPERT. Feb. 22...

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. — 27 December 1871

8( 186({& O Coy 3 We'dnes~day, Diecemnba. N, Mi"1. A Painful Ncessity, litt ont! which w:lIl wo rl t) --intua! idvn tage, is thi; that from :md nf' r the first da.v ofJitiuary. 1S72, we sbja! dembd the e:h for all Vet , leg ,r :hrwi. exc's. in the ese of contr.: a!vertitin wi:h mer chants of the towvn. Nor wii im:y s:ilpcr:,,fo(n; Ie received hereafter, or nioticCed, uie.,s paid for in :il v:mece. N)r'will jA work be .elivcred without the cas.. We lope that this notice will be borne in mind, anl advertiserS or those liaviiig job work, will conie pr-;..red to pay for their favors. - We eannot live, or condact a deceit bsires<, on BOOKS F U .L OF CRA RG ES, AN D 01o0 P.;o:'%ifS TO IY, N1, MATTE! 110W GooD on AtLE 10 PAY-AC SOME TIME IEN IT SU ITS CONVENIENCE-oar patrons may be. Par:icz Indebted To this ollice for subscription or ad Verti.,i.g,are partiulari-y rte*o e,ted . t te Weir dues without aav. e h:ve waited on a large n ibIe1r without Iuch Viportu)ity, nl now we ask the-...

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. — 27 December 1871

The State of South Carolina, Abbeville County.-I the Comiuon Pleas. D. L. Wardlaw and ) R. M. Sirukin, Bil to sell LaUd, Adm'r., & Id&'x. v1 Maorsball .wets, G. McDuffie Miller, . Eldred Sinkins, et alJ. BY virtue of an order of Judge 07r in this case, we will, On Thursday, 28th Decenber Instant, It the Homestead of the late Gol. John f. Sinkins, near Chappei's i Dopot, in the County of Newberry, ofTer for sale the Per &oual Property of the Etate of Cv!. Sim kinza, dec'd , conuisting of Horses. Mules, Cattle. WaZons. P tainTools. 11ousehold and Kitchen Furniturc. - -. &c., &c. We will also, at the sau.e time aRni place, LET TO rENI, to the liahe<t bilec, the Plantation of the said John C. Sirukinns, de ceased, containing Eleven Hnudred Acres, tmore or less, lying near ChappclP. Depot, on G. & C. R. R., for the year 1872, or "n "til the case of Sarah S. Richarbon versus 'Thomuis H. Clappe1l V. L. Wardlaw, R. "M. Simkins, t al, now pending in the 'Covrt for ...

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. — 27 December 1871

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